Thursday, October 3, 2013

Commonwealth Leadership speech

Dear all,

I want to welcome all distinguished guests of the commonwealth to Sri Lanka- 'the land like no other '
Let me first introduce the government delegation at this most important sessions.
On my right is Mr Mervyn Silva- The minister of Public Relations. He is the best for this post as he has tied humans to trees in addition to hundreds of similar inhumane, uncivilised activities. He recently brought honour to Lanka by proposing to Mrs Navi Pillai, the UN human rights commissioner.

We also have Mr Duminda Silva- the minister supervising defence who was accused of rape, drug connections and later shot and killed  one of my presidential advisors. We have made sure that he remains an MP to serve the public.

The next is Minister  Yapa- who's brilliance of reading, interpreting , digesting and concluding on more than 1000 pages of complex evidence in an 12 hour period overnight to confirm the guilty verdict on our previous chief justice.

Then we have Mr Rambukwella- the Media Minister who has got a family trait of antics at higher levels when he jumped from a balcony of a hotel in Australia.

Other supportive government delegation consist of the Provincial council chairman  in Tangalle who killed a British tourist, Nuwara Eliya-deputy Mayor- accused of paedophilia, Deraniyagala counsellor who is the Noori killer  and many provincial councillors of my party  who have been accused of rape, murders, thuggary and other criminal activities. Finally we have my friend and supporter Mr Juampitiya Amare who killed 2 while having only 95 arrest warrants !!

Sri Lanka is doing very well in all parameters. One good example is my family's wealth  and though I would like  to list  it will take the whole day. Similarly if you look at my mega cabinet,  all are have luxury houses, many cars, own hotels and businesses since we came in to power.

Truly remarkable achievement and a sign of prosperity. Another similar example is that in the budget we made luxury cars like Lamborghini duty free to help citizens of Lanka. But we increased the duty of trishaws, tractors etc as we want our citizens to use Lamborghini.

The development is rapid. We built a harbour which had 3 grand openings by me is doing well despite no big ships can come due to a rock which was known way back  in 1991.

We built the 2nd international airport costing Rs 40 billion of peoples' money  where only birds try to land. People say that this amount of money could have been used for people's health, education, food etc but we need such big structures though a public toilet there would have been better used. We unfortunately lost the bid to host commonwealth games which would have cost only ½ of nations' income but we will try again. The brand new cricket stadium in a deserted corner of Lanka bankrupted Sri Lanka cricket with no money to the players is commendable. We feel that even simple logic is not important.

We are managing our economy extremely well. Our government institutions have lost only Rs 200 billion confirming the efficiency of my appointees and all of them are doing very well. Additionally we have paid many world institutions of billions of rupees of peoples' money for Greek bonds disaster, oil headging disaster etc. which we are proud of and we feel that no one is responsible for them.

We have had an industrial revolution. The multibillion Norochchalai Power plant which is brand new, is functioning despite it breaking down every month. As you know even a brand new fridge will have at least a 5 year guarantee for parts !

We pride ourselves in maintaining Law and Order. Some of our security forces who destroyed the lethal LTTE is now filling the vacuum of the LTTE with white van abductions, kidnapping, randomly shooting at civilians like recent Weliveriya incident, deliver justice by storming and killing prisoners or killing them when they try to jump off the vehicles. We do not want  to arrest a single  thug who may be standing few feet away with poles ready to attack citizens attending rallies of our opponents. Our Law and Order efficiency is unbeatable. No high profile murder, kidnapping, rape etc suspects are caught and brought to justice or justice happens so slowly that it is almost non-existent. Our police high ups are truly remarkable in spinning stories of various thefts including antique, crimes etc  or doing contract criminal activities.

We take bribery and corruption extremely seriously. We even have our Ex Chief Justice on such charges as she has not disclosed bank accounts of zero deposits but we feel that none of my closest, my cabinet and local party members who may be 1000 times worse have no case to answer. If the securities exchange (SEC) directors detect of wrong doing of others causing losing billions of revenue to the country, we replace them.

We take justice very seriously. For example we imprisoned our army commander for saving the nation while not only we see any crime of previous terrorist leader Mr KP  but also provide him all comforts and luxuries in life.

Hence our policies are basically evolves on me, my family and  us and not around the 20 million uneducated idiotic citizens of Lanka who vote for us on every election after election.

We promote crime, have zero public standards, no shame, reward criminals, do not recognise  human values such as sincerity/ honesty, Laws are changed to suit us only,  punish all who do proper service and duty to Sri Lanka,

Friends, these are our standards of the commonwealth when we lead them over the next 2 years. No doubt you will be proud of our record and we seek to transform the commonwealth with our policies.

Thank you.


Photos of Derana Lux Film Awards

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Sri Lankan Rupeee

A journalist, who was fed up with the Sri Lankan Economy, decided to ask views of President Mahinda Rajapaksa on sports instead of Sri Lankan economy. He asked "Dear Mr. President, which game do you like". 
 President replied Cricket when played in Sri Lanka. Journalist further asked, which part of Cricket do you like, I mean batting or bowling ? Our great economist President replied "No, No, I LIKE THE TOSS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MATCH ". Journalist was amused and asked  "Why, only toss Sir". President smiled and said " BECAUSE IT IS THE ONLY TIME WHEN I SEE OUR RUPEE GOING UP"

Monday, August 26, 2013

CCTV locations in the city of COLOMBO

Colombo City Cameras

Hi All, 

Please note where Colombo city cameras are fixed! 
Please pass this information to others - to drive the vehicles correctly and diligently obeying the road Rules & Regulations in the future.
Watch when you are driving, as they will record your mistakes in driving and catch up with you in due course. Which is a very good move to eradicate the haphazard driving prevailing in Sri lanka. This is the best I could do to help you. You are on your own in this regard. Good Luck!!! 

1)    Old Parliament Junction - Pettah

2)    Ceramic Handhiya - Pettah

3)    Railway Station - Pettah

4)    Bus Station - Pettah (Central Bud Stand)

5)    Technical Handhiya - Sangaraaja Mawatha

6)    Maradana Bridge

7)    Ibbanwala Handhiya - Darley Road

8)    Lipton Vataravuma (Circle) - Union Place

9)    Gaalu Muvadhora Handhiya (Galle Face Junction)

10)  Liberty Plaza Junction

11)  Mal Paara (Flower Road)

12)  Agamethi Kaaryaalaya Paara (Prime Minister's Office)

13)  Kollpity Junction 

14)  Thunmulla Junction 

15)  Bambalapitiya Junction

16)  Kirulapona Junction

17)  Paamankada Junction

18)  Wellawatta Junction

19)  Narahenpita Junction 

20)  Maha Kanaththa Handhiya (General Cemetery Junction)

21)  Borella Junction

22)  Aayurvedha Handhiya - Rajagiriya

23)  Kandhasaami Junction

24)  Mattakuliya Junction

25)  Kelaniya Bridge - Colombo; Kandy Road

26)  Peliyagoda Bridge - Colombo ; Negombo Road

Friday, August 16, 2013

Fw: Sick monks need help

FWD email:
 Dear friends,                                                            
 Two weeks I visited a 150 year old temple in a village named Wallawe in  
 Polgahawela. The chief incumbant of this temple is Ven. Amilasiri who is  
 doing a noble, unique service to the sasana in silence. He is            
 accomadating 12 old debilitated destitute priests who have been abandoned
 as there is no one to care for them in their old age.Ven Amilasiri gets  
 very little help from the village due to poverty, and he depends on the  
 occasional donations he gets.                                            
 The very ill priests are housed in a separate building. The beds in this  
 are in a very dilapidated condition.                                      
 The matresses are all very dirty and some dont even have bed sheets. Some
 priests cannot walk to the toilets and urinate on the bed it self .      
 In addition there are 23 samanera monks. All of whom are children who    
 have been abandoned by their parents for various reasons. When they reach
 the correct age they are sent to pirivenas for their education'          
 Ven. Amilasiri has been attending to washing and cleaning the sick        
 priests and their soiled clothes personally. He never allowed the young  
 samaneras to get involved lest they get disgusted of the monastic life.  
 He wakes up at 3am to cooks all by them the dane for the rest of the      
 After visiting and seeing the challenging work done by Ven. Amilasiri we  
 as buddhists realised that we need to support him to carry on with his    
 noble work.                                                              
 On inquiring we learnt that he needs to cook 8 kgs of rice per day . On  
 sundays he goes on pindapathe with 3 other samanera monks and collects    
 the rations for the.                                                      
 So let us get together to help Ven. Amilasiri to do this noble work. If  
 you wish to visit his temple it is situated in a village called Wallawe  
 which is 4 1/2 km from Polgahawela junction on kurunegala road. There are
 2 approaches one is a road on the right side after the 18th km post soon  
 after you pass the petrol filling station and a bridge. The other is      
 after the 19th km post, the first turn to the right If you take the first
 turn always keep to the right, and if you take the 2nd turn always keep  
 to the left. You drive about 2 1/2 km down to come to the name board Sri  
 Bodhirukkarama temple on the right. Turn here and drive down the path    
 which ends in the temple.                                                
 Some useful items to take if you visit would be, Rice Dhal milk powder    
 tea sugar bedsheets, mackintoshes books for the samaner monks. etc.      
 If you need further information please contact me on 0718436954,          
 Residence 0112864519, surgery 0112873160 or Ven. Amilasiri on 0779853518  
 or 0716269713                                                            
 Some pictures are attached.                                              
 With metta,                                                              
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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Heshani and Angelo Mathews pre shoot

Sri Lanka cricket skipper Angelo Mathews 26 got married today. His bride's name is Heshani according to reports.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Sri Lanka Cricket disappointed with Ramith Rambukwella

Sri Lanka Cricket said Tuesday it will investigate reports a drunk player(Ramith Rambukwella) 
 tried to open a cabin door at 35,000 feet (10,600 metres) during a flight from St Lucia to London.
The batsman was seen by other passengers pushing and pulling the door on the plane while searching for the toilet, about two hours out from London's Gatwick airport on Monday, British media have reported.
British Airways (BA) crew members subdued the player, whose actions were causing panic among the plane's 229 passengers, according to the Daily Mail.
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said it was "disappointed" with the reported incident and vowed disciplinary action against the batsman if it was proved true.

It said in a second statement Tuesday that the team manager reported that batsman Ramith Rambukwella had mistaken the cabin door for the toilet.
"At that moment certain passengers had brought to his notice that he is trying to access the incorrect door.
"The player apologised profusely to the passengers and to the cabin staff who accepted it in good faith," the SLC said adding, however, that a disciplinary hearing would take place.
The team were on their way home from the West Indies.
BA was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying that the player had tried to open the cabin door in mid air instead of going to the toilet.
"The event was linked to an element of alcohol. He explained his mistake and cabin crew accepted it in good faith," BA had said.
It added that the airline had reassured passengers that it was impossible to open the pressurised door mid-flight and that at no point was the safety of passengers compromised.

Monday, July 1, 2013