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Post by yellow knife on Wed May 02, 2018 1:06 pm

It seems a minister is born in every five minutes in Sri Lanka as per new alert of today and yesterday.



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Post by malanp on Wed May 02, 2018 1:14 pm

20 million people are waiting silently while 225 monkies raping the country..

Another joke by Patholaya...

"Sri Lanka is currently facing various problems because of the personal agendas of politicians, President Maithripala Sirisena said today.

He said this at a ceremony to mark the 25th death anniversary of former President Ranasinghe Premadasa at Hulftsdorp last morning."

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Wed May 02, 2018 1:27 pm

I think that we have passed the " Point of No Return " (PNR) and resuscitating it will not a possibility anymore. Sad
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Post by The Invisible on Wed May 02, 2018 5:53 pm

The greatest thing to see in the new cabinet reshuffle was the appointment of SF as the minister of wild life conservation lol! jocolor
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Re: In every five minutes

Post by yellow knife on Thu May 03, 2018 7:19 am

කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා wrote:I think that we have passed the " Point of No Return " (PNR) and resuscitating it will not a possibility anymore. Sad


This is what my worry is too.. Yesterday I was listening to newly appointed assistant ministers, like Range bandara , ranjan rama etc.. they all believe that they deserve more than what they are given.

Newly appointed Shame ful minister for Higher Education recalled a personal grudge... My god where are we heading..

We can never be satisfied with the Minsters of MR era like Mervyn, Muthuhettigama, SB etc...

I have read books read by Dr. Sarath Amunugama. Yet why does this educated man fails to show his capabilities?

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Thu May 03, 2018 9:04 am

Is he really a capable guy or just lucky enough to be born into a wealthy family and enjoy all the benefits of being part of the higher place in the pecking order.
Look at the other Dr in the NATO boys camp who is trying to surpass වයිමා now.
With his qualifications, he would not have found a reasonably paying job in the country where he was awarded the doctorate.
Simply being a FRCS, he knows that he is in the elite class in this country, so he returned and now playing like an Expert.
This is the story of Sri Lanka.
My advice to young and educate, get out before it is too late.
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I have read books read by Dr. Sarath Amunugama. Yet why does this educated man fails to show his capabilities?
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Post by malanp on Thu May 03, 2018 10:34 am

When a Lion work under a donkey, lion becomes a donkey.
When a donkey work under Lion, donkey becomes a Lion.

In sri lanka is so many lions becoming real donkeys when they join SLFP or UNP because these two parties are under donkey leadership for decades.. It will continue for next few decades.

I wonder what has happened to the so called educated class in the country. they are sleeping as it they are living in another country or they have been bought by these donkey leaderships..

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Thu May 03, 2018 10:47 am

ආත්මය විකුණන්න ලැස්ති නැති අය රටින් පිට ගිහින් ආයේ හොද කලක් ආපු දවසක එන්න සිහින මව මවා ඉන්නවා. ආත්මය විකුණපු අය අද ලොකු පුටු රත්කරකර බුරුවන්ව රකින්න කබුරනවා. Shocked
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I wonder what has happened to the so called educated class in the country. they are sleeping as it they are living in another country or they have been bought by these donkey leaderships..
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Post by Ethical Trader on Thu May 03, 2018 12:47 pm

It is time for the Civil Society to show their power to these donkeys.
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Post by Backstage on Thu May 03, 2018 6:26 pm

YK, Dr. Amunugama has been an enigma for me too, he was a part of the "bright batch" of graduates in the heady days of post independence. Served in the civil service and also patronized the arts. Had all the ingredients for a multi faceted statesman with intellectual depth, but fell woefully short in the world of politics by taking part in the "games" . He has also made some disgraceful speeches, which made me surprised and sad. What a waste. but he still towers above the rest of the scum who are his colleagues.
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Re: In every five minutes

Post by slstock on Thu May 03, 2018 6:46 pm

I just saw this thread and read people's comments with interest.

I saw Kithsiri asking younger Gens to leave the country.
I saw people saying Sri Lanka is at point of no return.
There was a question why Dr S Amunugama hasn't showed his capacity.

I usually keep asking the forum where is the problem in Sri Lanka?  But no one address the real issues yet.


Let me put it this way

1) Who sends Scoundrels and Jokers to parliament who in turn appoints further henchman/robber/jokers to  destroy and rob the country ?  

2) Who does not recognize the Decent  and the Capable in the country WHO WANTS TO MAKE A CHANGE  but enough people are not behind them  to support the cause demotivating them ?

3) Who lets the old woman who robbed 2 Mangos to satisfy her hunger rot in Jail while Multi billion theives  allowed to let go ?
 

4) If one thinks  the uneducated/rural mass  are at fault for voting  blindly to send the  rogues to parliament  ( usually from the 2 big parties  UNP or SLFP)

OKAY , THEN WHAT ARE THE EDUCATED AND CAPABLE PEOPLE DOING?


5) Even when we know some people rob the country left and right , why do they always get big votes at the elections giving them more power to do their biding ?


We can talk a lot.  But in real life how many of us

a) fearlessy stand up  to support when someone is trying to make a change .
Just as Exs : hate/like him or not Ranjan Ramanayake is not a thief and  is trying to expose the rogues within his political limits. There are few more in JVP who are the same but has no power ( they talk only but can't do anything).

b) try to live as an example to others / younger genrations

Ex  i)  Do you cross the road at any place or cross at a Zebra crossing?
     ii) Are you responsibly disposing Garbage
     iii)   Since we think CSE is usually for non innocent + cunning people,
       do you also trying to join them ( as you can't beat them) or do you try to act
       /earn ethically ?




Before we start elsewhere .. we SHOULD START WITH ....

Don't forget Malaysia and Singapore was worse than us at some point.
Now they are superior to SL in many ways.



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Post by yellow knife on Fri May 04, 2018 7:44 am

SLS... yes the change should come within...However single isolated efforts are not enough... There should be more collective efforts.

Backstage.. Yes I am really worried about Sarath Amunugama...

Kith, One very good father of four, said his advice for his siblings is never leave the country and do your best to the country... I too believe , this is the country we should live and correct.

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Sat May 05, 2018 9:51 am

I do not give bribes nor take.
I do not use backdoors to gain access to what is not mine nor allow anyone to use me as a springboard to gain what is not rightful his or her.
As you very correctly said, a few isolated efforts are just not sufficient to make a tidal wave.
So the best young and educated can do is to leave.
Now to the question of as to why we do not want real change.
As I have been saying, we do not want to lose our connections in the society, or otherwise, we will eventually lose our position in the pecking order.
Look, what happened to the Cricket & Athletics in Sri Lanka.
A few decades ago, both were dominated locally by a few from so-called elite schools in the country and they failed miserably in the international arenas.
Then came the village lads with no big tags behind their names came into fore and the scene was completely changed.
Unless the selection is purely on merit base is installed, nothing is going to change and we will be sending mediocre talents and then try to make them heroes.
Dr SA is one such and the Dr from the NATO clan is another such good example.
One need not be a FRCS to be successful.
yellow knife wrote:SLS... yes the change should come within...However single isolated efforts are not enough... There should be more collective efforts.

Backstage.. Yes I am really worried about Sarath Amunugama...

Kith, One very good father of four, said his advice for his siblings is never leave the country and do your best to the country... I too believe , this is the country we should live and correct.
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Post by malanp on Sat May 05, 2018 10:53 am


Change the mind of 20m people is an impossible task, might take 1000 years, but change the mind of two leaders, President and Pri-minister is quite possible..

So instead of asking 20m people to change we should try to change the mind of our leaders.

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Sat May 05, 2018 11:03 am

Heard the BASL has finally agreed to support Mr Kodituwakku and this may be the turning point for them to think differently.  Very Happy
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So instead of asking 20m people to change we should try to change the mind of our leaders.
 
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Post by slstock on Sat May 05, 2018 8:33 pm

Yes collective efforts are definitely needed.

Maybe you"ll noticed how I constantly asked people to stand up for the right for wrong doings at this forum ( if we can't do it here itself how do we do it at bigger scale?) and at country level.

But for all of you , here is question . What happens if everybody says

I will not do my part until collective changes will happen.

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Post by කිත්සිරි ද සිල්වා on Sun May 06, 2018 8:57 am

ආඩි හත්දෙනාගේ කතාව වගේ.  Very Happy
This is exactly what is going on in this country.
We blame all others for our collective failures and then wait for another to come and rescue us from the mistery than taking one small step forward. Shocked
(We are afraid of losing our position in the societies pecking order).
slstock wrote:Yes collective efforts are definitely needed.

Maybe you"ll noticed how I constantly asked people to stand up for the right for wrong doings at this forum ( if we can't do it here itself how do we do it at bigger scale?) and at country level.

But for all of you , here is question .  What happens if everybody says

I will not do my part until  collective changes will  happen
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Post by CK on Sun May 06, 2018 11:31 am

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Change the mind of 20m people is an impossible task, might take 1000 years, but change the mind of two leaders, President and Pri-minister is quite possible..

So instead of asking 20m people to change we should try to change the mind of our leaders.
 
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Post by slstock on Sun May 06, 2018 12:23 pm

CK wrote:
malanp wrote:
Change the mind of 20m people is an impossible task, might take 1000 years, but change the mind of two leaders, President and Pri-minister is quite possible..

So instead of asking 20m people to change we should try to change the mind of our leaders.
 
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Think we should read carefully what kithsiri said one post above.

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Post by malanp on Sun May 06, 2018 9:46 pm

We can collectively commit suicide. That is the only option left with us now..

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Post by pjrngroup on Sun May 06, 2018 10:59 pm

Something good from the current government,,,,we all should encourage the brave official,,,and to trun back our nation towards


The yahapalana government has often been widely criticised for going slow if not having back door deals in cases relating to large scale bribery, corruption or fraud by politicians and top officials. But the government got a major boost on Wednesday when two top officials were arrested by the Commission Investigating Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC).


Dr. I.H.K. Mahanama, the President’s Chief of staff and the State Timber Corporation (STC) Chairman P. Dissanayaka were arrested by CIABOC officers while they were accepting a bribe of Rs.20 million from an Indian company official for the transfer of land, buildings and equipment of the Kantale Sugar Factory. Dr. Mahanama was earlier the secretary to the land ministry and is one of the highest ranking government officials to be arrested on bribery charges in recent decades. Dr. Mahanama and Mr. Dissanayaka were produced before Colombo Chief Magistrate Lal Ranasinghe Bandara at his Sarana Road residence. CIABOC officers said that the two top officials had initially sought a bribe of more than Rs.540 million, but had later agreed to reduce it to Rs.100 million. They were caught at the car park of a luxury hotel in Colombo while accepting an initial payment of Rs.20 million. The magistrate ordered that they be remanded till May 9.


State Television said yesterday, President Maithripala Sirisena had expressed satisfaction over the arrest of the two top officials and ordered that they be suspended from the public service till the case was completed. He also assured the CIABOC, there would be no government interference in the case and the officers should go ahead with the efficiency, courage and independence they showed in arresting the top officials though at least one of them apparently worked closely with the president.


Since the introduction of the 19th amendment in April 2015 and an Independent Constitutional Council was appointed and this council in turn recommended appointments to the Independent Public Services Commission, the National Police Commission, the Judicial Services Commission and the CIABOC. Wednesday’s dramatic arrest by the CIABOC proved its independence because apparently the President or the Prime Minister were not told of the move or asked whether the arrest should be made. This is how it should be and this is how we hope it would be in the future also with the independent commissions acting independently without being influenced by the President, the Prime Minister, Ministers, MPs or other politicians.


Wednesday’s arrest should also serve as a stern warning to officials that they would face arrest, jail terms and removal from service if they dared to rob public money by indulging in large scale bribery, corruption or other frauds relating to State projects. We also hope the CIABOC would act with similar efficiency, courage and independence even if such cases involved politicians including ministers.


The yahapalana government, during the campaign for the presidential election on January 8, 2015 assured it would take action quickly against the former regime’s top politicians and officials who are alleged to have plundered billions of rupees in public money. But the process has been unusually slow amid allegations of backdoor deals to stall or slow down the investigations. So far, the former regime’s only top official arrested and remanded for some time has been the former president’s secretary Lalith Weerantunga. Cases are pending against the former president’s brother Basil Rajapaksa, former ministers and top officials but progress has been painfully and sometimes suspiciously slow.


We hope that when parliament resumes sittings on May 8 after the prorogation, the Judicature Act will be presented soon with the amendments proposed by the Supreme Court. Then we would have three Special High Courts with three-judge benches to conduct daily sittings, in the morning and the afternoon, in cases related to bribery, corruption, fraud or other political crimes by politicians or officials.


On Wednesday we saw good governance and transparency, accountability and independence in action. We hope we will see this often and yahapalanaya will turn from a bit of a joke it is now, into a pillar of justice and democracy with politicians and officials serving the people selflessly, sincerely and sacrificially. Anyone indulging in business, big time bribery, corruption, fraud or other political crimes must end up where they belong – in jail and in the garbage dumps of history.

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Post by yellow knife on Wed May 09, 2018 10:00 am

yes we should appreciate good work by President. Above arrest is one good example.

It was followed by bad example.

A drop of cow-dung mixed to the pot of milk.


වෙනදා ප‍්‍රශ්ණ අහන්නත් කලින් උත්තර දෙන රාජිත කඩඉම් ප‍්‍රශ්ණයකින් ඇණ ගනී.. උත්තර නැතිව වටපිට බලා ලිස්සයි.. [Video]
May 8, 2018 at 10:45 pm | lanka C news
කැබිනට් මාධ්‍ය ප‍්‍රකාශක ඇමති රාජිත සේනාරත්න මාධ්‍යවේදීන් අතර ප‍්‍රසිද්දව ඇත්තේ සාමාන්‍යයෙන් ප‍්‍රශ්නය අහන්නට කලින් පිලිතුරු දෙන්නෙකු ලෙසයි.
එසේ වුවද අද පැවති මාධ්‍ය හමුවකදී මාධ්‍යවේදියෙකු අසන ලද ප‍්‍රශ්නයක් හේතුවෙන් රාජිත සේනාරත්න ඇමතිවරයාට කට උත්තර නැතිව ගියේය.
බරපතල වංචාවන් දෙදක් සම්බන්ධයෙන් චෝදනා එල්ල වී ඇති අනුරුද්ද පොල්ගම්පල රාජ්‍ය දැව සංස්ථාවේ සභාපති ලෙස පත් කලේ කුමන හේතුවක් නිසාදැයි ඇමතිවරයා නිසි පිලිතුරක් නොදුන් පැනය විය

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Re: In every five minutes

Post by spw19721 on Wed May 09, 2018 8:00 pm

yellow knife wrote:yes we should appreciate good work by President. Above arrest is one good example.

It was followed by bad example.

A drop of cow-dung mixed to the pot of milk.


වෙනදා ප‍්‍රශ්ණ අහන්නත් කලින් උත්තර දෙන රාජිත කඩඉම් ප‍්‍රශ්ණයකින් ඇණ ගනී.. උත්තර නැතිව වටපිට බලා ලිස්සයි.. [Video]
May 8, 2018 at 10:45 pm | lanka C news  
කැබිනට් මාධ්‍ය ප‍්‍රකාශක ඇමති රාජිත සේනාරත්න මාධ්‍යවේදීන් අතර ප‍්‍රසිද්දව ඇත්තේ සාමාන්‍යයෙන් ප‍්‍රශ්නය අහන්නට කලින් පිලිතුරු දෙන්නෙකු ලෙසයි.
එසේ වුවද අද පැවති මාධ්‍ය හමුවකදී මාධ්‍යවේදියෙකු අසන ලද ප‍්‍රශ්නයක් හේතුවෙන් රාජිත සේනාරත්න ඇමතිවරයාට කට උත්තර නැතිව ගියේය.
බරපතල වංචාවන් දෙදක් සම්බන්ධයෙන් චෝදනා එල්ල වී ඇති අනුරුද්ද පොල්ගම්පල රාජ්‍ය දැව සංස්ථාවේ සභාපති ලෙස පත් කලේ කුමන හේතුවක් නිසාදැයි ඇමතිවරයා නිසි පිලිතුරක් නොදුන් පැනය විය

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