LTTE's Accusations About The Government's Hidden Agenda In Perspective.
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Considering the legitimacies and legalities involved, the Government of Sri Lanka should have no qualms or apprehensions about any agenda let alone a 'hidden one' not only to weaken but eventually completely dismantle the mainstream LTTE of Velupillai Pirapaharan(Prabhakaran) and commence a line of negotiations with a more rational and humane area of Tamil representation. This is being said in response to the latest bleatings of LTTE's deputy political head Semmamman who has complained of a hidden agenda as though the concept was totally foreign to their comprehension when it has been present as an option to the Government of Sri Lanka and its armed forces all along and supported by many rational sources within Sri Lanka!
In as much as the previous Administration's hidden agenda with the
LTTE which had all indications towards gambling away Sri Lanka's very
identity as an 80% Sinhala Nation to its 20% Tamil minority seeking
secession of which a further miniscule percentage comprised of armed
terrorists seeking a false legitimacy, if there is indeed a hidden
agenda by the present Administration in the best interests of the
Nation it has to be of a beneficial nature to all concerned and so
This brings to bear the argument by many analysts and visionaries
that Norways role in the Sri Lankan peace talks and their very presence,
deemed dubious by many is the sole reason why the LTTE have not come
down from their assumed high horse and shown any signs of atoning
for their past crimes against a Sovereign Nation and taking that all
important step towards shedding their terrorist identity and giving
up their objectives in the best interests of a unified aggression
free, tranquil Sri Lanka!
While the Sri Lankan Administration is well within its jurisdiction
to eliminate any further threat to the Sovereignity and Territorial
Integrity of Sri Lanka wheher by hidden or open agenda, the LTTE would
be considered a continuing dilemma and an obstacle towards peace with
a false legitimacy accorded them by countries such as Norway who continue
to harbour LTTE supportives and assist in supplementing their financial
resources through means to camouflage accumulations and the locations
of the sources.
LTTE's Political representation Semmamman should straighten out his
thinking cap before making utterances of no viable bearing towards
the realities of present day Sri Lanka.What the LTTE continue to maintain
as a futile attempt towards a recognition which in all probabilities
will never be theirs beyond condemnation seems to be the greater reality
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