Why is the “Gender Equality Bill” only targeting Sinhalese & omitting discriminations to Muslim women & Tamil women?

When a country is in chaos, it is the best time to sneak in nefarious Bills & enact them legalizing what people would oppose had their attention being directed towards the insidious objectives at play. The effort to set up a National Women’s Commission after sneaking 2 bills “Women Empowerment Bill” & “Gender Equality Bill” exposes its ulterior objectives as it aims to break the cultural heritage of the Sinhalese women & noticeably omits any of the discriminations Muslim women or Tamil women are subject to. How can these two Bills be accepted if it is not addressing the issues suffered by ALL women? Or better phrased why should 2 bills only be targeting Sinhalese women?

It is unusual that none of the issues Muslim & Tamil women suffer from are addressed?

There is nothing about the disadvantages to Muslim women vis a vis marriage, ownership of land, inheritance, divorce especially the issue of female genital mutilation. Statistics show how Muslim women the world over have silently raised their concerns but their freedom of speech is always curtailed or curbed by the male fraternity.

Those who are boasting of women’s empowerment & gender equality strangely shy from being vocal about Muslim women’s rights? Is there any reason why they should pick & choose what women they pick to empower? This clearly shows the bias of their agenda. Why don’t these women’s movements come forward to be more vocal on Muslim women’s rights first especially in the area of female genital mutilation given the health & physical trauma young girls are subject to.  Why should only women wear the abhaya or cover themselves from head to toe if “equality” is what a Bill aspires to do?

Likewise, the imported Thesavalamai law that is applicable to Malabars of India was entered into Sri Lanka’s legal system unfairly & continues to not only curtail the rights & freedoms of non-Tamils but of all non-Vellala (Malabars became Vellalas in SL) who constitute over 90% of Sri Lanka’s population.

Why are these key areas not taken into account in this so called Women’s Empowerment Bill & Gender Equality Bill?

When anything is difficult to introduce, the tactic used is to camouflage the insidious objective & sugar coat it in a manner that can win over people’s approval. Thus, the name “Gender Equality” & “Women’s Empowerment” as titles for the insidious bills make it difficult for people to refuse especially those too lazy to read contents of the bill to read the camouflaged dangerous clauses inside it. It shows the architects of these names have mentally assessed how weak the majority of Sri Lanka’s populace are in believing anything sugar coated.

Also dont forget “Women Empowerement Bill ” “Gender Equality Bill” & “National Women Commission” are on the pipeline with NGO support & foreign funding which might even be strapped to aid & other humanitarian gifts given only on the condition that the government passes these Bills. This is how western nations inflict damage culturally on countries by pretending to give goodies which come with dangerous outcomes.


The insidious plan is to legalize Transgender / influence warped sexual ideology – in short it has nothing whatsoever to do with women except to turn men into something other than a man & turn a woman into something other than a woman.

The crux of the matter is that individuals can go about doing what they like in private (even have same sex sexual partners) but what is done in private does not require to be drummed and promoted & forced upon others by legal acts. If a person wants to be gay so be it. If a person wants to be a lesbian so be it. But gays and lesbians and people of any other name have no right to force their ideology upon others through legal Acts. People have a right to live the way they want too.


How can women’s rights be protected via a Bill that gives equal place to homosexuality & transgenders while the private members bill that attempts to loosen the criminality of sex with minors will only encourage Sri Lanka to return to being a pedophile paradise as happened in the 1980s where beach boys were on virtual sale for $$$.

The LGBT madness in US is nothing that majority of Americans agree to and many American states are coming out against Pride Flags & even a new trend to dress up young male children as drag queens but have to put up with the nonsense at it was introduced with insidious plans in mind where ultimately big pharma bags a bunch of zombies into their medicinal kitty for therapy medications and depression following operations to change sex and other mental instabilities they begin to suffer as they age. It becomes a fad for those in their teens who can easily be pumped up by paid NGOs to embrace anything that gets promoted as the “in thing” but with time they fall into a state of anxiety & require medications. Many of those funding LGBTQ movements have shares in the pharmaceutical industry.

The Gender Equality Bill is proposing to create a Women’s Commission which will hardly look into the needs of women but concentrate on lesbians and promoting lesbians across Sri Lanka’s girls. This is all part of the depopulation agenda. These are all part of the liberal agenda being transported and imported to countries as another means of dividing society & culturally destroying them. Countries that have no culture or no culture to boast about are going out of their way to destroy ancient cultures & keep them only as coffee table books.https://twitter.com/libsoftiktok listen to how libtards destroyed America with LGBT ideology.

The newest is the drag queen ideology – where young boys are being dressed like girls & sent on mardi gras like concerts. Would any mother or father wish to have their sons dressed as women? What right does a bunch of people have to introduce an ideology changing natural character (interior and exterior) of people? If they wish to, that is their individual choice – but do they have a right to force their will on others? Every persons freedoms and rights ends where they trespass on the freedoms & rights of others. This remains the golden rule.

Look at the number of AIDS victims as a result of abnormal sexual behavior in Africa promoted by NGOs from West? Do we want such in Sri Lanka? We saw how the wayward behavior promoted during the aragala resulted in HIV cases. Do we want to be an AIDS infected nation like the countries of Africa?

What the National Commission on Women’s Bill is cunningly attempting to do is to give legitimacy to LGBT under Gender Equality & Women’s Empowerment.

Isn’t it ironic that the promoters of all these movements were at the forefront of intentionally displaying a black Vesak and mocking Buddha on the grounds of the Galle Face where they claimed they were protesting against an economic situation. Behind the “economic” protest the real target was the majority Sinhala Buddhists & all that they stand for & all that makes them defend their nation. What we see taking place are subtle operations attacking every pillar that holds this nation’s Sinhala Buddhist identity together. The attempts to destroy Buddhism from within is given a major prop by political parties like the JVP/SJB & UNP who clothe men in robes & run smear campaigns.

What good is any Bill when inspite of existing Bills – women still get beaten by men more than men get beaten by women, women & girls are trafficked more than men, a woman is raped more than men, more girls are out of school than boys, even those that boast of “equality” pay less to women, best jobs are never given to women, and most women that are lucky to go to the top are only ceremonial roles, While countries claim to have legalized transgender/homosexuality – half of all transgenders are sexually abused, there are more cases of suicides by men as they are unlikely to seek help due to their ego.

It is the female who gets pregnant & carries a child for 9 months – should the father get the same leave as this mother who has to breastfeed the baby? Is this the equality that is being promoted?

Likewise, men are physically more powerful than women & it would be unfair to give equal status for a woman as that of a man who is carrying more heavy objects.

Moreover the ones screaming equal rights are also beating for women’s rights & feminist rights – so what happens to equal rights. How many women would say no to a male opening the door for them! How many females would refuse a male paying the restaurant bill!

The feminist movement became vogue only because it was introduced as a socio-political movement similar to the LGBT movement – there are politics behind these initiatives with organizations and governments heavily backing people promoting it.

Who are funding women’s movements? Mostly the nefarious organizations that fund coloured revolutions & destabilizing activities. Men & Women are meant to coexist – not be in competition with one another. The manner the feminist movements build up frenzy amongst females results in women hating men & this inadvertently results in breaking bridges not building them.

Lets take a step back in time. Sri Lanka belongs to the Eastern Civilization, where our nations were called motherland because the head of the home was the mother, who looked after every affair in the house while the father brought food & kept the home safe. This was the role that was passed down from generations and it was a revered role one in which the mother did not try to boast her position was superior to that of the father & vice versa. Then came the macho men – the colonial explorers with their big guns who showed their physical powers enhanced via weapons. Soon, they infused their brand of ideology that pitted people against each other. The caste factor was never looked with degradation but it was turned into a class structure by colonials, men & women were placed against each other, women were turned into slavery and sex objects. The biggest damage was the psychological influence making people think themselves as superior or inferior and building anger and bad will against each other. This psyche continues and is what is being rebranded via various well funded initiatives – all to break up the home..

The colonials followed the rule “divide the house” – this is what they are doing now, they are dividing the home – getting children hooked on to drugs, getting children to adopt bizarre sexual norms which are being presented as fashionable, getting children to not respect their elders and teachers, getting elders involved in equally illicit activities preparing the grounds to justify children not respecting them … a major psychological operation is at play. These are all well-funded & well organized with NGOs and locals coopted to roll out the efforts. Natural biology cannot be tampered & tweaked. Attempts to do so result in trauma to the person forced to experience such changes not to those promoting it. People should not be turned into guineapigs and politicians in Sri Lanka should stop playing further games with people’s lives by plugging every imported headache to Sri Lanka.

What should happen is legally men & women should be treated equally & professionally depending on the job – women & men should get paid equally too. All other areas, legislation should not be allowed to force people to adopt any socio-politically motivated & funded initiatives that are being unfairly plugged to foreign aid with diplomatic arm-twisting. Culturally corrupt nations are attempting to corrupt the cultures of nations that embrace proud civilizational traditions, heritage & customs.

A bill or a Commission cannot be allowed to remove & erase ancient cultures, traditions, values, customs & rituals that have been nurtured in Sri Lanka by its people and not those that have been imported & forced upon us.

Shenali D Waduge

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