Save Tamils from Sri Lankan government Saturday, Mar 10 2007 

To: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Date: 2007/03/10 @ 9:00 am [GMT-5]

Dear Sir or Madam,

It is of the utmost urgency that you address the grievous humanitarian crisis in Sri Lanka at the fourth session of the Human Rights Council next week.

The human rights situation deteriorates daily and the people of Sri Lanka need your help. Along with more than 5,900 other concerned individuals, I signed a petition that was delivered to your offices last month calling for immediate UN intervention in Sri Lanka, including a UN human rights monitoring mission.

It is reported that HRW is also calling for you to instate such a measure. Please support the appointment of a HR monitoring mission when the Council meets next week and advocate for diligent attention to the catastrophic situation in Sri Lanka.

I have posted this letter on my blog at Save Tamils from Sri Lankan government

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When is Canada going to act on Sri Lanka? Monday, Feb 19 2007 

To: [email protected]; [email protected]

Cc: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Date: 2007/02/19 @ 10:20 am [GMT-5]

Dear Hon. Peter MacKay,

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Canada.

Britian is threatening to follow the footsteps of German to stop a grant of £41 million (90M CDN) to Sri Lanka. The reason being:

“…Britain claims that Sri Lanka is guilty of a significant violation of international obligations, particularly human rights, an instigation of hostilities and an unjustified rise in military spending. It believes that instead of spending the sum released on tsunami recovery and poverty reduction it has gone on a spending spree for military hardware and logistics.

Britian is the second EU country to take a stand along this line. Germany has already announced it was stopping aid and called on other EU countries to do the same. It looks like the international community is beginning to understand what Tamils have been saying all along.

Sri Lanka is a chauvinistic Sinhala government killing Tamils, not worrying whether they carried guns or not. Their aim is to eradicate Tamils from the island. Tamils need to be saved from the hawks of Sinhala Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan army should be evacuated from Tamils homeland, Tamil Eelam. Even Canada seems to take the side of the state terrorist, Sri Lanka. Canada followed the footsteps of EU to list, Tamils only hope, LTTE as a terrorist organization. Now EU seems to have realized its wrong-doing.

Is Canada going to continue its support to a state terrorist? Is Canada not worried about Sri Lanka breaking international obligations? Does Canada care about the Tamils humans rights in Sri Lanka? Finally, is Canada providing funds titled “Tsunami Aid” to Sri Lanka to buy military hardware and logistics to kill Tamils?

I have posted this letter in my blog at When is Canada going to act on Sri Lanka?.


BBC has been fooled by the Sri Lankan army Tuesday, Jan 23 2007 

To: ‘[email protected]’; ‘[email protected]

Cc: ‘[email protected]’; ‘[email protected]

Dated: 2007/01/23 @ 6:40 pm [GMT-5]

Dear BBC,

Thanks a lot for falling pray to Sri Lankan state medias. You have effectively identified a letter, which was written on 12-12-2007 faxed from a police station on 14/01/2007, as a LTTE cadre’s. The state terrorists successfully portrayed a letter faxed from a police station as a LTTE cadre’s letter. Wow, you were actually fooled by the Sri Lankan army. Congratulations.

BBC has been fooled by the Sri Lankan army.


BBC say no word Monday, Jan 22 2007 

To: [email protected]; [email protected]

Cc: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

Dated: 2007/01/22 @ 12:19 [GMT-5]

Dear BBC,

Thanks for not reporting about a paster being shot dead in broad daylight by the Sri Lankan army. I am sure you have more important news than reporting Tamils killing by the Sri Lankan army. Yes, there are around 7 to 10 Tamils being killed per day by Sri Lankan army and you cannot report all, since its all done by the State Terrorists. It is okey if Tamils were killed but you’ll report immediately, if there is a bomb blast that kills Sinhalese. As a world media you have clean hands and say no word while innocent lives were lost.

Thanks for your blind eye. BBC say no word.


UNESCO suspends Chandrika Tuesday, Dec 19 2006 

To: [email protected]

Dated: 2006/12/22 @ 11:03 [GMT-5]

Dear Director-General Koichiro Matsuura:

Re: UNESCO suspends Chandrika

I have read a news about Sri Lankan former president Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga on The Sunday Times titled: UNESCO suspends Chandrika . Even though this is very late in realizing, it is most welcomed.

She has committed most atrocities against the Sri Lankan ethnic Tamils in the Tamils’ freedom struggle. As I was personally affected by her regime, I would sincerely uphold your decision to suspend her from a prominent position. I strongly believe these State Terrorists should not be given high positions as this would lead future dictators with a handy escape.

My family and myself would strongly like to see her permanently removed from any positions in UNESCO. I have posted this letter in my blog at


Re: Canada wants Lanka, LTTE to ‘build’ on Geneva II Wednesday, Nov 8 2006 

To: [email protected]; [email protected] [Hon. Deepak Obhrai]

Cc: [email protected]; [email protected] [Hon. Stockwell Day]

Date: 2006/11/08 @ 01:26 pm [GMT -5]

Dear Hon. Deepak Obhrai:

First of all, I would like to thank you for raising up the conflicts in Sri Lanka between Tamils and Sinhalese. I read an article about your statement in the House of Commons at Canada wants Lanka, LTTE to ‘build’ on Geneva II

Moreover, I also feel that you have not addressed the reality of the issue. Here are some points to ponder.

  • After the Canada and EU ban, Sinhala government started to increase the extrajudicial killings and offensives against Tamils.
    EU Tiger ban criticised [BBC Sinhala]

Please try to understand the depth of the Tamil struggle, and don’t try to view it as a terrorist problem and apply “war on terrorism” solution. “Sinhala state terrorism” is the root cause of the problem, and still it is a problem. I have posted this letter in my blog at Canada wants Lanka, LTTE to ‘build’ on Geneva II


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