Sunday, May 31, 2009

How the West aided LTTE to ravage Sri Lanka for three decades.

By Don Wijewardana

(AT)The end came fast. By Saturday the last of the remaining 50,000 hostages were rescued. And by Monday it was all over. After having rescued 250,000 hostages earlier it was thought releasing the last lot held as a human shield by the terrorists could not be accomplished without much bloodshed. The whole world was watching with baited breath. Clinton, Brown, UN’s Pillay and the European Union as well as the INGOs waited to see a ‘blood bath’ and a ‘human catastrophe’. They warned the government of “severe consequences for its actions”. Full text