The Cabinet of Ministers has decided not to sign the Millennium Challenge Cooperation (MCC) based on the recommendations of the expert committee, says Cabinet Spokesperson Minister Bandula Gunawardena.
Good on you Cabinet,
The activities of the lands Dept can continue.
The Yanks offered money to create an on-line, forge-proof database of all land titles.
But SL does not require such sophistication.
A forged land title can be bought for for LKR 25,000 from the lands Title Office.
Even the Courts will uphold the forged land Title !!!!
Yes, the US wanted clarity to find out WHO owned WHAT.
That way, they could be approached directly to purchase land.
Trump and his son in law, Kushner, are real estate merchants and property developers.
They have extrapolated their domestic practices to the global arena for US benefits.
As developers know, every piece of land has its price, and as we all know, money is no option for the US.
The US has to vacate their military base in Diego Garcia. They are looking for another base in the Indian Ocean.
Unfortunately for us, Sri Lanka is in a strategic position, and therefore offers an attractive proposition.
The MCC will not benefit Sri Lanka, however beautifully they package it!
Let’s hope this decision is not overturned.
My Dear Rexy,
Your analytical journalism is admirable.
However, I wonder if Jared Kushner will be interested in land in Lunugamvehera or in Mawaramandiya !
Tall order Rexy, but may your dreams flourish.
Mon chere Pierre,
In reply to your comment, read my blog carefully.
I did not state that Kushner would buy up land for himself!
As senior advisor to Trump, his EXPERTISE in land developments may benefit US interests.
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