Sunday, November 23, 2014
Who does what ‘we are on ALERT’
I enjoy reading what others say. I should have listened to some public speeches, instead of reading them via the papers. Then I can easily read every wrinkle or fine lines of every person during their talking.
I very strongly believe that you can’t just name few parties who supported President in his mission not Kashmir ‘the mission against LTTE (local issue (if some have forgotten) that was stagnant in the country as an issue for three plus decades) every single person of this country was with the president. So no single party can drag its ‘credit’ to get marks from the people. The reason is highly apparent because each and every person of this country was truly and highly fed up of how then governments tried to solve the issue and wanted an immediate solution trusted President Mahinda Rajapakse. If there was any other alternative person why would then who ever members didn’t go for that.
I like to ask our Ex – President Mrs. Chandrika Bandaranayake Kumaranathunge did you really want Mr. Rajapakse to contest for the presidential Election after you? How honest are you in your sayings?
There were some people who was highly afraid of Mr. Kumaranathunge because of his ‘popularity’ and the way he spoke with people, his tours to Jaffna (honest) the honesty of the people whom he was surrounded with ( Ossie Abeugunasekara for instance) so finally he had to leave though you and people of this country wanted him to do something for this country. Was that his OWN DECISION to choose death as alternative? Was he given any alternative to live and work? WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE if your memory works properly dear Madam?
Who killed you beloved husband? Mr. Rajapakse? I can remember how and what you promised before the death body of your husband, dear madam.
Of course you were the right choice then, when people were highly neglecting then government? How did you become the president? Who was behind you? Can you think of the lists? Was Mr. Wickramasinghe behind you?
I believe according to the constitution, you used the maximum chances of becoming president. How many times that it says, describes, that an individual can contest as president? Frankly were you not interested in continuing your role staying in the ‘title of president’? All what I am doing is asking questions, hope you have not forgotten that I am not a political genius so I have many questions to ask from experts. Contesting is something ‘people‘s is something else. If you were given any other chance (the chance number?) to join the chain as a candidate (at a stretch) what could be your choice forget people’s choice for a moment.
If by any chance, Mr. JRJ have included the sentences that you are criticizing now what would be your decision? I believe then you rather stay at home without contesting for the ‘presidency’.
I guess you need to believe that there are no saints in this political arena though now some uses their old caps and outfits of ‘sainty political mythologies’.
No! I am not trying to pull out any garbage here. If you are honest enough, if you say that you don’t want any dictatorship in what you do? What is your idea with regard to ‘entrepreneurship ownerships’ of the respective areas you live or owe, will and opportunities of the people of that area? What dominates what, who dominates who?
Take a rice mill for instance ‘I don’t know who does what here’ I am trying to pick examples here. Yet, if the cap or hat matches please try to wear it and see whether it looks nice on you. If it does not match with the size of the brain (?) any can refrain from wearing the hat.
If my memory is accurate or my knowledge on the topic little good ‘Mr. Anura Bandaranayake’ who is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Bandaranayake (Ex Prime Ministers), the founders of ‘Sri Lanka Freedom Party’ on an occasion went and sat on the side of ‘UNP’ (United National Party). I was so angry (as a citizen of this country I respect the Freedom Party, believe me) of the decision taken by one of the Mr. Anura Bandaranayke, reason is my immaturity to understand the incident or reasons for a son to move out of a party, for a brother to move out of a party that his parents very well looked after, his sister (wife of Mr. Vijaya Kumaranathunge, after his assignation she got a chance to enter in to active politics easily) who was holding high ranked position in the Part and in the country.
So this incident I can analyze like this, it is understandable for a secretary to move out of a party when their political desires become widen which is understandable. When a person (all gender) freshly joining politics as a provincial member ( Pradesheeya sabha ) what is his next aim? And Next? And Next? And Next? The desires of political aims grow day by day of any person who freshly joining any party as members of active political arenas. Majority of the people of this country do not actively ( as the word describe it) participate in politics like the individuals who engage in politics as professions or as their carrier, true, but how they ACTIVELY participate is something that all are aware of. Sign of their active participation is nothing other than their VOTE.
Mr. Sirisena’s desires with regard to his POLITICAL AIMS are understandable.
If you talk about ‘corporations’ forgetting the term ‘cooperation’ in corporations or operations conducted. There is one thing I can write here with regard to giving siblings, sons, parents’ chances to hold positions (even though you sometimes forget their qualifications to hold such positions) when you become top of the country. Dear Madam, I can remember when you became the president, the first prime minister of the world (I respect her very much. she is my favorite women politician of the region and of the world) Mrs. Sirimao Bandaranayake, she was very old but you appointed her as prime minister of the country. Ok lets assume that is because you are the daughter of Madam and it was a god chance to pay your respect for a lady respectable, a lady who was once chased away by then some people ‘removing her community right’ ( Praja Ithiya). I as a citizen of this country had no objections over your decision.
I am not trying to please any corporations all what I am say is ‘ you sometimes forget things. This my effort is to reminding them and keeping them before your tables.
I know for a mission for any issue you need to have people whom you can trust. I believe you chose to give Madam sirimao the position because you wanted a brain beside you. Am I right? Please try to apply the same theory to some of current positions.
Ex – Minister Maithri pala sirisena says that ,‘ what is the English word for ‘uthum’ is it Grate, that it is a uthum theeranaya ( decision) that the UNP party is taken to appoint him as the common candidate, for the forth coming presidential election
I believe such are political words nothing else. It is not what I see as a citizen of this country. I think that is because there was nobody (from the seniors) in the party whom they can think of at least has few qualifications to contest as presidential candidate. If not what were the honest and pure reasons that we can think have? And there are some other things, I as a citizen of this country can say of the decision of the UNP party. Some of the senior members don’t have the strong feeling towards the abilities of their young ones, about their young talents, who can hold some good positions in the political arena.
There is some crack of the term ‘unity’, in its not literal but practical meaning, among the members of the United National Party so they couldn’t name a strong UNPian for the presidential election as a candidate. That is the picture I get from the decision made by the karaka sabha of the Party.
Now that since Ex Executive President JRJ became the first Executive President of the country, the presidents after wards used all the ' described in the constitution 'varaprasadha of the title executive presidency', and if some politicians mainly say it is now should be changed why not our current President of the country can go for that option after winning the election. if it is that easy to change within 100 days why not president try to change it within 50 days ?
so it is little difficult to believe Ex Prime Minister Sirimao Bandaranayake once took two whole years to discuss how to change a constitution (year?) with then one of the genius of UNP(?) ( Please pardon i can't remember the name) if that is easy like cooking a cuisine of instant noodles.
This note is to be continued > > > >