Monthly Archive: March 2021

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Sri Lanka Armed Forces are CRUEL INHUMAN War Criminals – Look how they treated injured LTTE

  Spare a few minutes to see the inhumanity of Sri Lanka’s Armed Forces. This video depicts the cruel nature of the Sri Lankan Armed Forces. Capturing an injured LTTE female combatant, look at...

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UNHRC is a toothless tiger – will Sri Lanka play its cards right in Geneva?

  UNHRC Resolutions are legally non-binding. Its mandate covers only human rights not international humanitarian laws. Whether all 47 members vote against Sri Lanka, or whether all 47 Members vote for Sri Lanka, UNHRC...

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Did India play a lead role in July 1983 riots & April 21st 2019 Easter Sunday to create an ‘ethnic’ issue?

At some time or the other this question will have to be answered. At present it remains a big question just as the role of the UNP in both events. Ironically, UNP ruled when...

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Minister Dinesh Gunawardena – What is your strategy to defend Sri Lanka & its Armed Forces in UNHRC?

  The regime change in 2015 brought to power a treacherous team that co-sponsored an intrusive UNHRC Resolution though legally non-binding, agreeing to do changes to internal mechanisms advantageous to the sponsors of the...

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Barbados removes Queen as Head of State, what is the fate of Great Britain if remaining 14 countries do same & also exit Commonwealth?

  In possibly a rising trend, Barbados has declared it doesn’t want the Queen to be its head of state. That leaves 14 more countries that continue to keep the Queen as head of...

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Did Sri Lanka commit ‘war crimes’? International Legal luminary Sir Desmond de Silva says NO

The legal opinion of Sir Desmond de Silva covers all areas of allegation against the Sri Lankan Army and takes every leaf of relevant international law relevant to war crimes and clearly establishes why...

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Did Sri Lanka commit ‘war crimes’? International Legal luminary Prof. Michael Newton says NO

Luckily the Mahinda Rajapakse government had sought the legal opinion of international legal experts whose opinions should now be used to compare the OISL and UNHRC Heads reports and demands that contravene Article 2.7...

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Did Sri Lanka commit ‘war crimes’? International Legal luminaries Prof. Crane and Sir Desmond de Silva say NO

The Mahinda Rajapakse government sought the legal opinion of Prof D M Crane and Sir Desmond de Silva on the legal issues pertaining to the use of human shields and hostage taking by the...

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Did Sri Lanka commit ‘war crimes’? International Legal luminaries Sir Geoffrey Nice and Rodney Dixon says NO

The Mahinda Rajapakse government sought the legal opinion of a group of distinguished international legal luminaries who have been involved in war tribunals and who knew the laws related to conflicts. Reading these expert...