China’s ‘bear hug’ brings in $ 2200 million to Colombo

[TamilNet, Thursday, 30 May 2013, 10:08 GMT]
China signed an agreement with genocidal Sri Lanka on Tuesday, offering 2200 million dollars in loans for infrastructure projects. China and Sri Lanka have also agreed on cooperation related to defence, defence-related training, logistics and maritime security, and have agreed in principle to establish a free trade agreement, Reuters reported, citing Colombo’s Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris, who was part of the Rajapaksa delegation to China. There were speculations that the agreements could cause unease in India, but Tamils need not show any sympathy or understanding to New Delhi in tolerating its competitive partnership with Colombo any further. The game would continue forever and the paranoid Sinhala State with insatiable crave for the genocide of Tamils is not going to stop with the island, said Tamil political observers in the island.

When Reuters asked about Britain’s concerns over Colombo’s rights abuses, Peiris said, "These are not things that can be done overnight, they take time, basically these are processes which have to move forward in accordance with the people's culture, their aspirations," and adding that "These have to be homegrown, homespun solutions."

What Colombo is attempting overnight is demographic genocide, and what it means “in accordance with people’s culture, their aspirations,” is structural genocide of Tamils and Sinhalicisation of the entire island, are obvious to anyone who is not pretending blind.

The main problem is powers like Britain stopping only at ‘rights abuses’ and international media in the clutches of the powers not conceding to the righteousness in casting their weight in favour of independence of a genocide-affected nation, the Tamil political observers in the island said.

In the competition of the USA, India and China over the island, if all of them think of only wooing the Sinhala nation, it is time that Tamils all over the world have to think of a unique foreign policy and implement it collectively. Whether North Korea attacks the USA or China encircles India, those need not be concerns for Tamils to show understanding to any adversary or to adjust to deviations and dilutions of justice, the Tamil political observers in the island commented.

Playing a major role in the bandwagon that fought the genocidal war against the nation of Eezham Tamils, Japan’s policy on the island staged by Akashi committed a serious blunder, the observers added.

 

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