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Aug 10, 2008

Declaration of "TamilElam nation"

In 1972, a new Constitution was proclaimed by the Sinhala majority who constituted themselves a Constituent Assembly, sat in premises outside Parliament to reinforce the constitutional break with the past, gave themselves an auththochnous Constitution, which changed the name of the island from Ceylon to the Sinhala, Sri Lanka, proclaimed Buddhism as the state religion and removed even the meager safeguards against discrimination contained in the earlier Constitution. The plea of the Tamil parliamentary parties for a federal constitution was rejected and the leader of the Tamil parliamentary group resigned his seat in Parliament and sought a mandate from the Tamil people for a separate state. On winning the bye election; Therer was declared by Mr.Chelvanayakam that “Tamil Eelam nation should exercise the sovereignty already vested in the Tamil people and become free” It was a mandate which was later crystallized in the Vaddukoddai Resolution of 1976, and in the 1977 Election Manifesto of the Tamil parliamentary parties and was overwhelmingly endorsed by the Tamil people at the General Election in July 1977. The response of the Sinhala people to this parliamentary struggle was yet another physical attack on Tamils to intimidate them into submission.

Jul 26, 2008

Tamils again as pawns in Political

Dudley Senanayake - Chelvanayagam Agreement 1965
Agreement entered into between Mr. Dudley Senanayake, Prime Minister of Ceylon (and leader of the United National Party) and Mr. S.J.V. Chelvanayagam, leader of the Thamil Arasu Katchi (Federal Party) on the 24th March 1965. On the basis of this Agreement, the Federal Party extended support to the United Natioanl Party to form the Government and the Federal Party nominee, Mr.M.Thiruchelvam was appointed to the Cabinet as Minister of Local Government. However, the Agreement was not given effect to by the Dudley Senanayake Government and this led to the withdrawal of the Federal Party from the Cabinet in 1968

Jul 7, 2008


The Tamils often were used as the pawns in the political game. There was the type of communal propaganda used by the parties that based on the racism, so long as in this games one Sinhala party was the victor and the other Sinhala party the vanquished. If one party said, "We will kill the Tamils", the other party could go one better and say, "We will eat the Tamils." In other words, it was a competition as to who would hold down the Tamils most. In this manner the Sinhala army force used to assault the Tamils who were made some peace full assembly and ‘sathyagiraha’ in Tamil city Jaffna. In the early hours of the 18th of April , without any warning and without informing the satyagrahis assembled at the Jaffna Kachcheri (secretariat) that an emergency had been declared by the military , assaulted the men satyagrahis mercilessly, bundled the women satyagrahis into trucks and transported them. The military also vented their wrath on a large number of push bicycles and even on some motor cars parked at the Kachcheri gates. The attacks upon Tamils(one of the race of srilanka) in 1956, 1958, 1961 are illustrative of these Sinhala( another race of Srilanka with the power on majority) attempts to terrorize and intimidate the Tamil people into submission at a time when Tamil protest was confined to entirely non violent forms of agitation, And that incidents was the fundamental reasons of the aggression protests for the liberty in to the one nation afterwards.

Jun 29, 2008

B-CPact- folowing Roits and Genocide in 1958

Mr. S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike, the leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party, became Prime Minister in June 1956, after winning the General Elections. The following demands were made to the new Prime Minister by the Tamil federal party:
1. Federal Constitution
2. Parity of Status for Tamil and Sinhala languages;
3. Repeal of citizenship laws which had discriminated against Tamils of Indian descent;
4. Immediate halt to the colonisation of the Tamil homelOn 26 July 1957, an agreement was
On 26 July 1957, an agreement was entered into between Mr.S.W.R.D. Bandaranaike, Prime Minister of Ceylon and Mr.S.J.V. Chelvanayagam, Leader of the Thamil Arasu Katchi (Federal Party) - the Bandaranaike Chelvanayakam Pact.
The agreement was repudiated by Mr. Bandaranaike in April 1958 in view of a campaign led by the Buddhist clergy and sections of the Sinhala political leadership.

In May and June 1958, was the outcome of that funda¬mental error there were a huge violence had been made against the Tamil people in capital and any part of the country. Gangs of hoodlums made assaults on whom they fine as the Tamil, Genocide were made in 1958 in Srilanka. Incalculable people were assassinated and many made in to as refugee in to the country. The elementary duty of a Government is to afford protection to its subjects, at moment the Srilankan Government failed to afford that protection, negatively they who were in to the government bodies, encourage the riots in order to gain the cheapest political benefits.

Thisis part of Speech delivered during the course of the debate on the "State of Emergency" in1958 june by a Tamil member of parliament.
“…. We are willing to go. Every Tamil man, woman and child is willing to go...We do not want language rights from you. We will look after our language..... Please have Sinhalese only. No Tamil worthy of his name is ever going to study the Sinhalese language. You have stamped it out... We only want the right to live in our areas. We want the right to be able to walk the streets without being molested….”

Here we can realize the fundamental arisen of the concept, “separatism”.

Jun 26, 2008

The primary violence against the peace

Because of the injustice against the Tamil people by this (singala only act) they wanted to protest against the imposition of the law. The Members of the Tamil Federal Party said that they would sit in silence on the Galle Face Green(place in front of parliament), a silent protest which they were entitled to make. Chelvanayakam, the leader of the Federal Party, led a party of 300 Tamil volunteers and staged a sit down Satyagraha (peaceful protest) of the kind popularized by “Mahatma Gandhi” in the days of the Indian freedom struggle. Its notable, itwas happened after 8 years from the independence of Srilanka.

On that day Sinhala Only Bill was being debated in Parliament, the police were all around but allowed the Satyagrahis to be beaten up... Some Tamil Satyagrahis were thrown into Beira Lake near the Parliament House. From that moment every Tamil seen on roads of Colombo (capital of srilanka) was attacked by the singala hooligans. Tamil office employees going home from work in public transport were caught and man-handled. Tamils had to stay indoors for personal safety for days on end. Sinhalese hooligans took charge of the situation and went on a rampage of arson and looting of Tamil shops and homes. The violence were seting off by the government and actively supported by the Sinhalese organisations and Bhikkus (Buddhist priests) to frighten Tamils into accepting the 'Sinhala Only' Act.

The violence and rioting spread to Gal Oya and Amparai where, under an irrigation and re-settlement scheme, thousands of Sinhalese had been resettled in clusters around thinly distributed Tamil villages in the Eastern province. In the race riots in 1956, 150 people died. They included many Tamil women and children. That was the primary struggle which marked the beginning of the Tamil struggle for self-rule

Jun 22, 2008

The Sinhala Only Act

With the exodus of the British in 1948, the re emergence of a separate Tamil national identity was eliminated by the actions of a Sinhala majority who got the power from the British colonist, They regarded the island of Sri Lanka as the exclusive home of Sinhala Buddhism and the Tamil people as `outsiders' who were to be subjugated and assimilated within the confines of an unitary Sinhala Buddhist state. The Sinhala Only Act (formally the Official Language Act) was a law passed in the Sri Lankan parliament in 1956.The enhancement of the law that after the 8 years from the independence, on that we can say as a highlight-able political mistake which done by the pre-government of the srilanka which had most members from the singala majority. At the time they forced Sinhalese as the sole state language for official purposes. They said that law for, just gained independence to distance themselves from their colonial masters. However the hidden aim was the assassination of Tamil language. But they were not remembering about that the north and the east part of Srilanka(cylon) natively inhabited by the “Tamil” speaking people. There was grave and irreparable injustice was done to the minority who speaking Tamil language as mother tongue. They never think about the possibility of protest and even may decide to break away from the rest of the country. We the singala government headed by the S.W.R.D Bandaranayake, made an effort to accumulate the Tamil identity in to one. That is Srilanka as a Singala, buddist country. There was a rise of racism followed as fundamentalism.

Jun 8, 2008

The privious political history and the mistakes

The early political history of the Srilanka in the centuries before the beginning of the European imperialism is highly related records of the rise and fall of individual kingdoms among the races who are the ancients of the srilanka. When the Portuguese arriverd on the island in 1505 there was not one but three kingdoms in srilanka,the Tamil Jaffna Kingdom, the Sinhala Kotte Kingdom and the Sinhala Kandyan Kingdom. The tamil sovereignty were extended to the north and the eas partst of the srilanka that is a about 5 centuries ago. They had a strong kingdom for the many centuries, and kept the relationship with the Indian kings who ruled , The “mahavamsa” which is the singala historical-book , accepts that clearly. Srilanka had been under the colonist for about 5 centuries, The Jaffna Kingdom was captured by the Portuguese when the king of Jaffna was defeated in 1619. The Portuguese ruled the Jaffna Kingdom from 1619 to 1658. The Dutch who captured the Jaffna Kingdom from the Portuguese ruled till 1795 and the British until 1948.

They made the historical mistake when they left from the country, they had given the power of state to entirely to the singaleese. Tamils discriminated by them, that was the foundation for the entire problems now going on in Srilanka.