May 29, 2009

Tigers (LTTE) are back, Beware !

Srilanka's successful Winning over the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), have made a huge painful back hit to tiger sympathizers all over the world. LTTE sympathizers now attempts to come back in to light by spreading bogus news on the internet.
The latest incident is, the Times Online (UK) reported that they have found evidences of killing of more than 20,000 tamils in the last few days of the final battle against LTTE in Srilanka.

The title of the 02 reports of Times Online were "The hidden massacre: Sri Lanka’s final offensive against Tamil Tigers" : Read the report
and second : "Times photographs expose Sri Lanka’s lie on civilian deaths at beach" Read the report

Those two reports claimed that aerial photographs, unofficial documents, witness accounts and expert testimony present a clear evidence of an atrocity that comes close to matching Srebrenica, Darfur and other massacres of civilians.

Times Online Further says "With the world’s media and aid organisations kept well away from the fighting, the army launched a fierce barrage that began at the end of April and lasted about three weeks. The offensive ended Sri Lanka’s 26-year civil war with the Tamil Tigers, but innocent civilians paid the price."

They says that they have obtained UN's confidential documents which says "nearly 7,000 civilian deaths in the no-fire zone up to the end of April, with an average of 1,000 civilians killed each day until May 19, the day after Velupillai Prabhakaran, the leader of the Tamil Tigers, was killed."

However top UN officials today said they have not published such documents to public and they don't thinks that the existing of such documents of the UN. Times Online's whole story is based on the two pictures taken at a helicopter, which shows the destruction of the flimsy refugee camp and a more orderly military cemetery, believed to be for hundreds of rebel fighters. So what we clearly understands here is Times Online have taken in to account the deaths of LTTE tiger cadres as civilians deaths so that increase the total.

Here is another quote from Times Online Report about massacre "the arrangement of the army and rebel firing positions and the narrowness of the no-fire zone made it unlikely that Tiger mortar fire or artillery caused a significant number of deaths. “It looks more likely that the firing position has been located by the Sri Lankan Army and it has then been targeted with air-burst and ground-impact mortars,”
Just look at the above time's quaote and what do you conclude ?

A fairly biased report and clear attempt to blame the Srilankan government and it's ARMY.
With an unsuccessful effort to providing a fake picture about the issue to the world.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

We can destroy them again. Don't worry.

LIPSREADER said...

fucking news.....u fucking srilankans

MS said...

The technology today can anything you want. The pictures of Times have clearly shows they have technically modified photos.

Anonymous said...

yea u can destroy them again in 25 yrs with one lac more innocent civilians getting killed for ur sole wish..... what we like to see is u ppl shud be under firings & shelling of ur own fucking so called fake liberators who battled to establish sole dictatorship to develop human bomb techie, child soldier techie & human shield war techie.... but never for civilians peaceful life... what we guess is wiping out alla the tamil diaspora only can bring peace for srilankan tamils who living in lanka..

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