Category Archives: democratic measures
M. M. Zuhair, in the Island, 13 March 2018, where the title is “Who is trying to destroy our unity and why?”
The mob violence that erupted at Ampara town on Monday February 26, a day after Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as the stop-gap Minister of Law and Order and followed by violence in Digana, Teldeniya and several other parts of Kandy, independently of the Ampara events, will soon be forgotten, notwithstanding evidence that the extremist attacks in both places appear to be well organised following prior concert.
Mahela Jayawardena :https://twitter.com/mahelajay/status/971269970964381696
Sanath Jayasuriya :https://twitter.com/sanath07/status/971296370408808449
Kumar Sangakkara :https://twitter.com/kumarsanga2/status/971293153969000449 Continue reading
Rajeewa Jayaweera, in Sunday Island, 4 March 2019 …. with highlighting emphasis inserted by The Editor, Thuppahi
A relatively minor episode which took place outside the High Commission of Sri Lanka in London on February 04, blown out of proportion, has ended in the unconditional surrender by GoSL to Britain’s diktat.
Rowan Callick, from The Australian, 21 February 2018, where the title runs “Clive Hamilton: poking the Chinese dragon”
The debate on the growing influence of the Chinese government within Australian institutions, which has grabbed the attention of policymakers around the world, is about to roar decibels louder. For Silent Invasion, Clive Hamilton’s controversial new 350-page book that was knocked back by several nervous publishers before finally being taken on by Hardie Grant, will raise a noisy row when it goes on sale on Monday.
One of Australia’s best-known public intellectuals, Hamilton is not easily silenced. He has pursued a succession of big-picture issues that he has identified as challenging our national wellbeing, most famously climate change and consumerism. Continue reading