"A meek endeavor to the triumph" by Sampath Jayarathna

Friday, November 02, 2007

Thamilchelvan Killed - Hurrah to Sri Lankan Air Force.....Keep up the good work

I was thrilled when i saw this news. First I didn't believe when I saw the news in the Defense.lk web. Normally we need to see both sides specially defense web as well as tamilnet web to get some sort of idea what happened actually. This case both posted similarly story. LTTE so called political wing leader (still ruthless terrorist tiger) Thamilchelvan killed by a pinpoint air raid by Sri Lankan Air Force. What else to say. Hip Hip Hurrah.....to Sri Lankan Air Force........cheers all Sri Lankan who hate Tamil Terrorism not the Tamil people. Its time for celebration..........

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Mahendra said...

I totally agree with Sampath about Thamilchelvan not being innocent little chap. Although he smiles at any rock and tree he sees, he is one big disaster happened to both Sinhala and Tamil people alike. He was behind many brutal assassinations including former Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, defense minister Lalith Athulathmudali, Minister Gamini Dissanayake and countless other innocent civillians. The Bast..d also lead the peace talks to nowhere. Except for MTN Networks TV and Radio stations (Who calls him "Gentleman"), all true Sri Lankans all filled with joy about him getting killed. I know it's inhumane to celebrate someones death, but for someone like Hitler/Idi Ameen who gives a sh.. LTTE: Ha ha ha ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

Hitler/Idi Ameen = mahinda rajapakse and all other former prime ministers of Sri Lanka. Your sri lankan government and army are the ones committing genocide on tamil people. Your army is the one that is brutally raping our women and torturing our people. I don't hate Sinhalese people in general. In fact, I have Sinhalese friends and have contributed at their festivals. It just baffles me that people could trash one particular side of two opposing groups and be blind to the other sides vomit-inducing, "inhumane" acts. But you know what, there is a God. When all this comes to an end, and we get get our Tamil Eelam, you will see that God worked his magic on the right people. Until then, you keep saying what you want.. trashing whoever you want. In the end, justice will be served, and you will realize what that justice is.

Nishshanka said...

Yeah i was expecting this news since 2002. Please get 3 more targets Pottu/Prabha/Sussei.!!
Cheers SLAF !!
(Sam->A good news to drink !isnt it?)

sampath said...

Its not a big deal to giv tamil people some sort of their own decision making powers.....but dont speak abt this sh**s on Elaam..u r never gonna win this till Sinhaleese r exists...This is not a battle between Tamil ppl , but with rutheless terrorist tigers....cheers Sri Lankans/whole world who hate terrorism.....

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the "sorry lankan" government is the real terrorist!
say what you want, we will get our Tamil Eelam! You'll see.
Tamils put sri lanka on the map, and we'll soon put a new country on the map! Peace, cuz i'm outta here, not wasting my time with fools! Have a good life!

sampath said...

I wanna quote this from tamilnet (terrorist media)
“Australian Federation of Tamil Associations (AFTA), in a media release issued Monday, condemned in the "strongest possible terms, the brutal assassination of the Political Wing leader and the Chief Negotiator of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam by the Sri Lankan airforce,"

Quick question to the Peace loving tamils all around the world, what u have to say about killings of following people? So, those are not brutal assassinations?

Alfred Duraiappah, mayor of Jaffna (1975)

Rajeev Gandhi, Prime Minister of India (1991)

Ranjan Wijeratne, Sri Lankan cabinet minister and former general (1991)

Ranasinghe Premadasa, President of Sri Lanka (1993)

Gamini Dissanayake, Sri Lankan presidential candidate (1994)

Lakshman Kadirgamar, Sri Lankan foreign minister, lawyer and international humanitarian (2005)

Major Gen. Parami Kulatunga, third-highest ranking officer in the Sri Lankan Army(2006)

Nadaraja Raviraj, Tamil National Alliance parliamentarian (2006)

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