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ඊළාම් ක්‍රියාකාරීන් හය දෙනකු ශ්‍රී ලංකාවට එරෙහිව එල්ල කරන අභූත චෝදනා මා නිරීක්‍ෂණය කළා. මේ කිසිවෙක්‌ ශ්‍රී ලංකාවේ පදිංචිව සිටි අය නොවෙයි යෑයි හෙතෙම එහිදී පැවසීය. සරත් වීරසේකර මහතා සමුළුව අමතන බව වාර්තා වී ස්‌විස්‌ ඊළාම් ඩයස්‌පෝරාව මගින් ඊළාම්වාදීන් විශාල පිරිසක්‌ මානව හිමිකම් කවුන්සිලය වෙත ගෙන්වා තිබුණි. video


තවදුරටත් සමුළුව ඇමතූ ඒ මහතා කොටි සංවිධානයට ත්‍රස්‌තවාදයෙන් ලබාගැනීමට නොහැකි වූ ඊළාම් ඩයස්‌පෝරාව විසින් ලබාගැනීමට උත්සාහ කරන බවද කියා සිටියේය.
මානව හිමිකම් ඉතිහාසයේ මුල්වරට ආරක්‍ෂක හමුදාවක හිටපු ප්‍රධානියකු තම රටේ රණවිරුවන් වෙනුවෙන් ගත් මුල්ම ක්‍රියා මාර්ගය මෙය වේ.

 Rear Admiral Sarath Weerasekara’s speach 

“The war we fought was not against another country, but against a terrorist organization. They were not a group of thugs with machetes. Instead they had a conventional Army, a Naval and Air wing, as well as a proper command and control structure supported by separatist diaspora in the West.”
The Rear Admiral went on to compare the Sri Lankan conflict to the American Civil War where the situation that arose was between ‘a group that would wage war rather than let the union survive and another group that would accept war rather than let the union fall.’
“The dilemma faced by us was nothing different. The Sri Lankan troops had no option other than to accept war as the LTTE was all out to battle, and only former President Mahinda Rajapaksa had the political will to defeat it.”
“After we won the war, Ban Ki-moon came and appointed a panel of experts together with Zeid Al Hussein, and the ultimate result was a Geneva resolution against us, implying that we have committed war crimes and Human Rights violations, forcing us to take punitive actions as per
their instructions.
What we had was a non-international armed conflict which was confirmed by the Paranagama Commission as well as the panel of experts appointed by the Secretary-General of the UN. As such, a separate set of rules govern these conflicts as mentioned in the Additional Protocol of the Geneva Convention 1949. As per the Article 3, nothing in the protocol shall be invoked for affecting the sovereignty of a State or the responsibility of a government to defend national unity or territorial integrity of the State. By waging the war, we exercised our sovereignty to defend both national unity and territorial integrity of the State. Article 3.2 states that nothing in the protocol can be used to intervene for any reason in the internal affairs of a contracting party.
Therefore, Zeid Al Hussein’s recommendations of a special council to investigate Human Rights violations, a new judicial system and devolution as per the 13th amendment to the Constitution, are close to intimidations that amount to intervening in our internal affairs in violation of the article.
This is why all these reports could not be submitted to the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council. Hence, Ban-Ki moon and Zeid Al Hussein violated their own rules. In addition, international legal luminaries Sir Geoffrey Nice QC and Rodney Dixon say findings in respect of alleged criminal violations fall well-short of legal standards, and that all the evidence was virtually unsourced.
Despite all this, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera co-sponsored this resolution with the US. I personally think that he should be tried for treason for letting down the entire nation and those who have protected this country. Every country has established its judicial system as per the mandate given by its people. The present government has, in a cowardly and shameless manner, handed over that inalienable right of its people to an individual called Zeid.
With regard to these allegations of Human Rights violations during the last stage of war, Prabhakaran had about 350 human shields while he dug trenches and planted anti-personnel mines. We could have easily fired and destroyed the LTTE forces then, but to save the lives of the human shields, 300 soldiers walked over the trenches and died without firing guns. However, I have gone with the ICRC to bring back our soldiers who have been taken hostage. When I get there, I see the brutally murdered bodies of soldiers. That is the extent to which they safeguarded the Human Rights of our heroes.
Sir Desmond de Silva, a British authority on war crimes, has stated that the LTTE waged a ruthless separatist campaign in the final phase and when they were facing inevitable defeat, resorted to holding hostages and human shields so as to force the Army to run the risk of causing civilian casualties. Furthermore, there is evidence that the LTTE fired on their own people providing propaganda to invite international intervention. It was in his opinion that war crimes cannot be ascribed to the government on the facts mentioned.
Ban Ki-moon did sweet nothing when the LTTE held 350,000 civilians as human shields, but he visited Sri Lanka just one week after the war asking us to initiate an accountability process. In 2012, a committee submitted a report concluding that events in Sri  Lanka marked a great failure by the UN in responding to early reports to execute a coherent strategy. The Secretary-General has admitted to this failure.  We will never allow our motherland to be federated, nor allow our valiant soldiers be taken to international criminal courts. We will sacrifice our lives to safeguard the unitary nature of our country.”

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