LTTE Threats To Return To War In The Face Of The PA/JVP Alliance Unacceptable To All Sri Lankans
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In another of his verbose displays of two tongued rhetoric, near defunct LTTE idealogue Anton Balasingham representing the LTTE sans his self imposed doctorate which seems to have evaporated after his status was purportedly questioned in the British Parliament! has 'warned' that Sri Lanka could return to war following President Chandrika Kumaratunga's latest political pact with the JVP, a leftist party allegedly opposing autonomy for minority Tamils which is also a misrepresentation, deliberately orchestrated by Balasingham and his LTTE consorts which also include outlawed leader Pirapaharan as the JVP have not opposed the granting of rights to the Tamil minority but have vehemently opposed dealing with a fully armed, arrogant and unrelenting terrorist group which is in keeping with International Statutes and the norms of the Free World in a democratic environment.They have also questioned on many an occassion the rights of the LTTE in their terrorist image to represent the Tamil Community, very legitimately
The terrorist group, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) represented
by Balasingham have said that President Kumaratunga's memorandum of
understanding with the People's Liberation Front (JVP) could lead
to a collapse of a Norwegian-brokered truce in place since February
2002 where in fact the Norwegian Monitors have fully violated their
commission to monitor and have digressed into being disruptive, authoritative
with no jurisdiction and bi-partisanly supportive of LTTE idealogies
together with the surreptitious tolerance by the UNF Administration
of the ongoing LTTE activities undercover of the Peace Process and
Ceasefire! and a request by the new coalition that Norway withdraw
from the Peace Process might not necessarily seem out of order for
the well being of Sri Lanka although the same cannot be said of the
best interests of the LTTE which would then end up being belly up
and quite distanced from their real objectives , hence perhaps the
agitations of the likes of Anton Balasingham and his subordinates!
The new alliance set in place by the President and the JVP has vowed
to maintain the Peace Process and Ceasefire if they are returned to
power in an anticipated snap election around April if the dates are
confirmed, but promised to "thoroughly review" Norway's
peace brokering role in Sri Lanka which sound somewhat ominous as
both the President and the JVP have been highly critical of Norway
with the latter advising that the peace broker Norway should be discontinued
by the President and replaced perhaps by India although the advise
has not been effective towards any positive moves in that direction
as the President deliberates diplomacy and the protocols involved.
while also refusing to to recognise the LTTE as the sole representatives
of the island's minority Tamils whose so called representation by
the LTTE appears to be a forcible one rather than invitational or
In the face of all the anger and frustrations expressed through the LTTE voicings courtesy of Balasingham about trepidations for the Tamil Community resulting from the possible change in the political climate within Sri Lanka the only relative conclusions seem to point in the direction of great LTTE insecurity and a losing of their grip on what they might have been fooled into believing ,that the UNF would pave the way towards their ambitions and preservation which seems to be poised to do an about turn on the LTTE and shock them to the contrary while they should re-consider the futile sabre rattlings to the tune of a threatened return to attrocities which is totally unacceptable to all Sri Lankans!!
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