May 9, 2009

They are Freedom Fighters, Not Terrorists!

The fact is Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam although they might have retaliated in Colombo for attacks in their homeland. The real terrorist is the Sri Lankan regime that used inhuman methods of tortures, indiscriminate shootings, mass arrests, rape of peasant women and girls. LTTE not exporting terrorism and not a threat to any foreign government except Sri Lanka, thus it is not a terrorism group!

The year 2008 and 2009 brought nothing but misery to the Tamils. Their agriculture, farming, fishing and other economic activities were purposely wrecked by the army. Their homes build by them with their live savings bombed cruelly under the guise of flushing out the Tigers. It was reported in the Tamil daily that more than 57,000 houses had been damaged in Kilinochi alone.

As a result, the Tamil population had been reduced to the status of beggars who depended on relief aid from the United Nations and other NGOs from countries that are sympathetic for the Tamils. Even these NGOs, other than Red Cross, are barred from the warzones of Vanni and Mullaithevu, further sickening the plight of the Tamils.

The cost of the civilians has been documented as follows:
  • Over 100,000 Tamils have been killed
  • Over 28,000 Tamils have disappeared
  • Over 12,600 Tamil girls and women have been rape
  • Over 30,000 women widowed
  • Over 20,000 orphaneD
  • Over 1.2 million of Tamils have been displaced (internally and externally)
  • Over 8 billion USD worth of property owned by Tamils has been destroyed

The damages and inhuman acts by Sri Lankan government towards Tigers are most cruel in the world compare to the other major wars and discriminations such as in Bosnia and Palestine. Every human regardless of race and religion should support LTTE for their noble cause. The Tigers (Tamils in Sri Lanka) stand has always been that fighting for survival, dignity and self respects.

May 8, 2009

Malaysia’s Hollow Democracy (Part Two) - The "Fear" Days Begin

The most shameful episode in nation’s history happened yesterday. Democracy of people elected representatives completely undermined in the state assembly yesterday, they were physically attacked and the honourable speaker of perak state assembly forcibly removed by authorities. Outside the state assembly, the police arrest of 69 people, including five Members of Parliament and five State Assembly representatives from the Pakatan Rakyat in the police lockdown of Ipoh, was a gross abuse of police powers and the height of irresponsibility.

The monarchy decision has created a constitutional crisis in Malaysia. Now Perak state struggling with two MBs, two speakers, two state secretaries, and two sets of EXCOs. Who responsible for this ongoing crisis? I think you people know the answer. It is obvious that the state assembly cannot function without a fair and just solution to the deadlock. We are extremely clear that the way forward for Perak is to return the right to choose back to the people. The three assemblymen (two charged with corruption, one claimed ill treatments from his party) who helped to prop up the BN government would probably lose their seats if elections are held.


The Sultan of Perak was instrumental in the removal of a democratically elected chief minister previously. While Perak Speaker Sivakumar was forcibly dragged out by the police and staff of the recalcitrant state assembly secretary's staff. The state secretary Abdul Rahman Hasim had instructed the sergeant-at-arms and the assembly secretary to ignore his (Sivakumar's) directives in the assembly yesterday.


The former clerk who defected to be a BN friendly rep used a pepper spray to attack a PR assemblyman yesterday. Hee was made a deputy speaker by her party when there are many more qualified candidates compared to her. Only now people of Perak know the real attitude of Hee. Who is gangster? BN or PR in the Perak State Assembly. The legality of the Assembly is tainted with these actions by BN. Deputy Speaker Hee Yit Fong has no power to take over the role Speaker before V. Sivakumar is removed as a speaker. Police removed V. Sivakumar by force (thus undermining) the power of legislative institute. This is an illegal coup against the power of rakyat. The coup by BN is a black history in Perak and Malaysia.

Since February, we’ve been watching painfully while all these lessons unfolded in Perak and the courts, especially the Federal Court in Kuala Lumpur. Are these the lessons we want our children (future leaders) to learn? Is the improper wrestle in the Perak state assembly the kind of democracy we’ll hand over to future generation?

Read- Malaysia's Hollow Democracy (Part One)

May 7, 2009


Our institutions, that is the courts, the police and others are being tested and we can judge for ourselves whether they are acting independently or not. Legitimacy of the political defections, Sultan's power to dismiss the Menteri Besar (Chief Minister), pre-signed undated resignation letters, power of the Speaker of the House and power of the Election Commission are major issues of Perak constitutional crisis.

May 4, 2009

One World One God

I have few videos from YouTube here. These videos for all human in the world despite their religious believe. I believe that there will be no conflicts in this world if human starts learn to respect the religion of each other. Even in our nation a lot of problem because the differences of religious believe. Hindu, Islam, Christian, Buddhist, Jewish or others, we all are belongs to one god! Generally, no one is better than anyone, each religion is the best for its follower, and definitely should respect the religion of others.

Watch the videos and I realy hope some feedback from you.

The Only One

Respect the Religious Beliefs of Others