Thursday, November 27, 2008

indians again reminded of consequences of coddling terrorists and their supporters

last night’s terrorists attacks should remind indians and their government that tolerating terrorists ( and their supporters) of any nationality will backfire on them.

unfortunately in spite of what happened to rajeev gandhi, but it is clear that current racist tamil nadu government in particular need such reminding, given their demands to intervene in sri lanka on behalf of ltte terrorists pussies during last month or two. though the indian central government acted wisely for most part it could have been more forceful and less politically tolerant in its response to tamil nadu governments idiotic demands. (as for tamil film actors etc. who engaged in various moronic forms of grandstanding on the issue, they only showed that idiocy of most of their films flow directly from their own low iqs)

india should implement a zero tolerance policy on all terrorists. that is in their interest, and that is also the most moral and pragmatic thing to do.

sri lankan government should document the actions of racist ngo peacenik criminals (that is people like paikiasothy saravanamuttu, jehan perera, jayadeva uyangoda, sunila abeysekera, sunanda deshapriya, sunila abeysekera, nimalka fernando, rohan edirisinha, jeevan thiagarajaha, and their ilk (and their underlings like sanjana hattotuwa)) during tamil nadu terrorist supporters’ demands for intervention in sri lanka. this collaboration with foreigners to coerce sri lanka amount to treachery and should be added to their ever growing list of treacheries. human rights violations, and others crimes. they should and will answer for their crimes appropriately, let us make sure.


Anonymous said...

your post keep getting even more boring and hackneyed.... maybe you shud shut down this blog?

tinker said...

oh huh.. anon, who commented earlier must be having a hard time coming to terms with the LTTEs' likely defeat and the hard hitting comments by LL..
well said LL..

Anonymous said...

actually, the attacks might turn out to be detrimental to the interests of the Sri Lankan state. Pakistan is going to be squeezed dry after this, both by India and the United States for sponsoring and accomodating, or at best turning a blind eye to the Lakshar Taiba guys and other militants. The ISI is going to get hammered, and that's not good for the SL govt.

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Anonymous said...

There's going to be fallout from the happenings in India.

Narayanan got his bum kicked and that is good for Sri Lanka. The arrogant sonofabitch had an itch in the crotch where we were concerned and had almost neo-colonial ambitions, none of which were good for us. So I for one am thrilled to wave the dickhead goodbye as he sails into obscurity that is reserved for those who fuckup big time in public office. Adios cocksucker, I'm gonna fuck your wife tonight..

Whetever anybody says, the timing of the attacks could not have been more auspicious, the demonstration of Indian incompetence more graphic.

The Indians will protest, threaten, and then do nothing, knowing that they cannot win a war against Pakistan, and only have a whole lot more, in fact their entire promising economic future, to lose.

While they watch the Paki's, they also understand how important it is to secure their southern border, and only an outright distruction of the LTTE can do that.

RIchie said...

I was saddened by what happened in India, and I can only hope that the Indian establishment comes to is senses and stops supporting terrorism in neighbouring countries. India armed, trained and funded the LTTE yet pretends to be the victim.

Anonymous said...

freedom4everyone said...

Try to educate yourself about the meaning of the word "libertarian". You will find many of your posts are exactly opposite of the meaning.

sittingnut, you, my dear are a plain fascist and not a libertarian. Have you heard about trying to disguise a monkey?

sittingnut said...

quote one thing i said that is against libertarian principles? before you try to educate me, may be you should read the blog first