NoEamInSL (Blogspot,You Tube, Facebook) stands for 'No Eelam in Sri Lanka'. "Ealam" instead "Eelam" is to avoid spam (violence) filters. NoEalamInSL pseudonym used by an individual. 'Tamil Eelam' is demarcated land in Northern & Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka which is falsely claimed as 'Tamil Homeland' for Sri Lankan Tamils by LTTE separatist terrorist group in Sri Lanka. Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and other communities live in harmoney for centuries. Therefore, I reject the ideology of LTTE separatist terrorists for a independent Tamil Eelam state in Sri Lanka. I admire political leadership of President Mahinda Rajapaksa for eliminating terrorism in Sri Lanka. I admire military leadership of Gotabaya Rajapaksa and General Sarath Fonseka for combating ruthless LTTE terrorism effectively. (See here: LTTE attrocities). Sri Lankan security forces and police made sacrifices to protect civilians from LTT terrorism. The determination to end suffering of citizens for three decades of LTTE terrorism was the secret behind all successful military victories. I favour for a multi-ethnic and multi-religious society. I disgust Hypercritic politicians in so colled civilized societies in west who supported separatist terrorism in Sri Lanka for geo-political interests. Adopted global counter terrorism strategies were violated by the very member states who initiated 'War Against Terror' at United Nations. The western states presurized Sri Lanka in the international community to bring ceasefire with LTTE terrorists during last stage of war while they were hunting their terrorists. They called our terrorists liberation fighters and supported for a negotiated settlement with terrorists. Civilian casualties in cross-fire were called as genocide and casualties by them were collatteral damage (wikileaks revealed how they murdered civiians according to Geneva convention). The adapated global policies on combating terrorism (2008) could hardly be implemented due to corrupted NGOs and human rights organizations, like HRW. Basically they (pro-terrorists) were constantly in clash with Sri Lanka. Human rights laws are used as weapons by pro-terrorist media Aljazeera, BBC, Channel-4 and UN officers accusing war crimes threatening to civil societies in Sri Lanka with deliberate lies agreed upon. Being a citizen of a third world country, I am proud of GOSL for taking daring attempt to combat terrorism. What super-powers do is repeating same mistakes from one conflict to another conflict as Russian President Putting criticises those super powers are well supported by the United Nations to commit crimes, invade with deffective resolutions and violating human rights laws and international laws. Those states are immuned to warcrimes investigations. Those butchers turn to third world countries to pursue warcrimes tribunals to to evade attention of IC and to white wash their own war crimes. That is the pathetic situation today we face and NoEalamInSL sheds some light to people to defend Sri Lanka from those thugs and thugs of our own.
Sri Lanka is motherland of all Sri Lankans. All Sri Lankans means Sinhala, Tamil, Muslim, Burgher, Malay, Veddha and other Sri Lankans who are legaly immigrated. As rest of other civil societies citizens of Sri Lanka have an obligation to protect the dignity, territorial integrity and sovereignty of Sri Lanka.
(Russian President Puttin: " Use of force has become a steady trend in U.S. policy. During Clinton's era they bombed Yugoslavia and Belgrade. Bush invaded Afghanistan. Iraq was invaded under far-fetched false pretences, Liquidating an entire administration, including Sadam's children. And now its Libya's turn. It opens with a pretext to defend civilians. But its the civilians who die under the bombs during air strikes. Where is the logic and conscience here?! Both are absent. "21Mar2011Russia Today)
MARTIN LUTHER KING SPEECH, SRI LANKA VERSION
I HAVE A DREAM...... IN SRI LANKA...!
...Go back to Killinochchi, go back to Mulutivu, go back to Trincomalee, go back to Batticaloa, go back to Jafna, go back to the slums and ghettos of our northern cities, knowing that somehow this situation can and will be changed. Let us not wallow in the valley of despair.
I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the Sri Lankan dream.
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal."
I have a dream that one day Tamils of North of Sri Lanka and the Sinhalese of South will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by colour of their skin but the content of their characters.