SRI LANKA: Tamil media accuses Colombo of new genocidal war
Genocidal Colombo unleashes new war on unarmed Tamils
February 9, 2011 07:49 GMT
Sri Lanka is now waging a new genocidal war on unarmed and demographically weakened Tamils after converting their country imperceptibly into an open concentration camp. The new war is focussed on the Jaffna Peninsula. Many Tamils believe that by stressing on the negation of their independence, India and USA continue to encourage Colombo, smokescreen the current war by projecting it ‘reconciliation’ cum post-war ‘development’ and thus actually play a party to the war and genocide. All these decades India and USA competitively negotiating the national question by upholding the integrity of a fundamentally flawed state has brought in only untold misery. At least now, why shouldn’t they try in unison, a genuine reconciliation by the option of secession? Further delays will convert the island a bleeding spot of the region for ages, cautions a Jaffna university academic.
Meanwhile, on the Nazi-style registration of Tamil civilians in the peninsula by the occupying Sinhala military, and on recent militarization and terrorisation in the peninsula, the Tamil National People’s Front (TNPF) came out with the following comments:
Colombo is keen that no evidences should leak from Jaffna on the war crimes it committed in the Vanni war.
Colombo believes that evidences and support for the war crimes investigation and international action goes from Jaffna. The family registration, family photographs etc are part of the terror campaign aimed at continuously silencing the people.
The military rule of the Tamil country is confirmed in many ways.
Local media is made to announce that the SL Navy establishments occupying the islands off the Jaffna Peninsula are now being closed down. But actually they are being hurriedly replaced by SL Army and by intelligence units of the military.
A motorbike squad of the military intelligence is engaged in terrorising people even in the main streets of the peninsula.
This motorbike squad killed hundreds of civilians in the past in their houses and streets.
The whereabouts of the hundreds abducted by the squad is yet to be known.
The re-activation of the savage squad, operated from the Palaali ‘High Security Zone’ by the military intelligence, is an indication that another war is being waged now.
In the name of ‘night security’ street going public is put to untold harassment, including bodily searches.
The people who have come from Vanni are specially targeted.
More than ever, Sinhala colonisation is taking place in Jaffna and Vanni. Sinhalese are brought in for trade and fisheries. Tamils in their traditional land are now made to work under them.
Frustrating the people to the maximum is the aim of the psychological part of the war.
The whole peninsula is fast sinking into a situation it faced during the heights of the series of the wars in the past.