British HC trains FCID to attain personal agenda: Wimal
National Freedom Front (NFF) Leader MP Wimal Weerawansa yesterday charged that the Financial Crime Investigation Division’s (FCID) officials were being trained by the British High Commission in Colombo to hunt down the politicians who are against the agenda of the Britain.
He made these remarks while delivering a speech under the theme ‘The end of the motherland’s journey’ at the Ape Gama in Battaramulla.
MP Weerawansa said the British High Commission was facilitating and conducting lectures to the FCID officials in groups on how to make an innocent man guilty.
“The High Commission is tutoring officers to create a thief out of an honest man. However, its main agenda is to tie down the politicians who are against their agendas which are the power devolution and separatism,” he said.
He said the UK, US, Norway and India had declared that they should be given the credit for the regime change in Sri Lanka, and therefore the government has to execute the demands of these countries.
Meanwhile, he said the government is finalizing measures to bring in a parliamentary Bill to create a special war crimes Court before the UN Human Rights High Commissioner Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein’s visit to Sri Lanka next month to satisfy the Prince.
He said the measures are already being taken to weaken the military and the authority of the central government in order to pave the way for Tamil separatism.
“The latest and the vicious tactic of the government to achieve this goal is to create conflicts among the Sinhalese and the Muslims. When the attention diverted on these issues, the government can introduce Tamil Eelam and separatism through the back door,” the MP said.
He said the UN General Assembly would push for the recognition of a separate Tamil State once there is anarchy in the country and then it would intervene to send their army to Sri Lanka in the guise of maintaining peace.
“We are at a critical juncture today, and we have to come together to save the motherland. The people rejected Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and his government in 2004 after he was elected in 2001, and this time he will be given a farewell party even before three years had gone,” MP Weerawansa said.
(Source: Daily Mirror – By Lahiru Pothmulla)
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getting cold feet ha mmm get ready its time to pay back for the sins you did justice will be served to you on a silver plate in welikada the home where you and your group belong
ay bayayda kelawei kiyala
So what? Why it is itching and torturing you.you are such a kind of person who applies butter on bread.
Adaa ashik thambi…, nee enna sollu da..? applying butter on bread is must. You damnned hislamic animal folk applying knife on the neck of beings is the SIN…! You fool folk mind that “EVERY ACTION HAS A REACTION”. All you who accept killing beings, will be subject to die many 1000 times with others hands in same way in future. All you fool sinners are heading to the hidden parts of hell, on the spot after death.! That’s your final favourite destination, The Hell…! Go ahead fooools…
I think the brits consular staff has better things to do than train parliamentarians cops and the defence force about anti corruption. But then the best they could do is to run a school for the corrupt and award scholacrchip to start with the big wheels of the government and judiciary.
As for the judiciary to bring about convictions without going through evidence.
Sri lankan politicians are at the best of times clowns aspiring to be demagouges backed up by half witted journalists
Mr Pothgulla ought get his facts staright and not report on what he thinks.
Most of the persons who send comments are coming to this from outside the country.
It means they don’t bother what’s happening in Lanka.
SL is again colonized, it’s ruling by the westerners.
People who like those interference are licking shoes, cleaning toilets, pumping petrol, taxi drivers, in-fact labors in those western countries. So there’s no difference to them.
although this country is blessed as a paradise island its sad to see the citizens of this country are so narrow minded and ethnic minded Mr. Amden why was the word Islamic been used by you, did Islam do any harm to you or Sri-Lanka. all citizens here are SriLankans until we all practice and believe in that way this country will never prosper or develop as we will be arguing and fighting each other and will not have time to develop
Not all bloggers are from overseas.
The Gorakapolas live in the village belonging to the 5th generation of Gorakapolas. Me, Ganjapani, with my 3 doctorates form the western world, could have chosen to live in any country in the world. But I came back to SL and live in my ancestral home.
Niyamasinhalaya, I agree with you that we are being neo-colonised by the west.
I cannot understand why “creme puff” WW who survived his fast to death till kurakkan satakaya decided to visit him and jiggle his genitals to ensure he quit his fast, is worried about the neo-colonialism.
Maybe, his wife has to surrender those 5 diplomatic passports that she has and also, his relatives may be made to surrender those free gift houses they received while he was Minister for Construction.