Genocidal Sri Lanka ‘examines’ Tamil students on ‘terrorism’
[TamilNet, Tuesday, 28 August 2012, 11:13 GMT]
A question paper set for High School students of Jaffna by Sri Lanka’s education department not only intimidates Tamil and Muslim children to denounce their conscience, but also sends a warning to the free peoples all over the world on the dangers of allowing decadent establishments to set international paradigms that engineer against humanity’s freedom of independent thought. A ‘multiple choice’ question, found in the GCE Advanced Level (Grade 13) preparatory examination paper set by the field unit of Sri Lanka’s Jaffna education department in March 2012 goes as follows: Who among the following is inappropriate to the word terrorism: 1. Bin Laden, 2. Pirapaharan, 3. Saddam Hussein, 4. Colonel Gaddafi, 5. Mao Zedong
GCE Advanced Level is the highest as well as university entrance class in the schools of the island.
Field units of district education departments conduct district level preparatory exams before the public exams. These exams are attended by thousands of students from hundreds of schools.
The field unit of the occupying Sri Lanka’s Jaffna Education Department functions at Tho’ndaimaanaa’ru.
Occupying Sri Lanka’s colonial governor for the north, Maj. Gen. G. A. Chandrasri is currently on sick leave. But until last month he was personally controlling every small matter related to schools in the north, to see that the education of Tamil children is engineered to suit the genocidal agenda of the state.