Happy Days are Back Again – LTTE Terrorists Crushed

After being squashed by the Sri Lankan Army, the LTTE says its guns are silenced (in plain English, the LTTE is conceding defeat).

If true, this is wondrous news indeed and a day the suffering Tamils have been waiting for decades.

For nearly three decades, the LTTE monsters have wantonly massacred several thousand people including Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims and Indians.

Among the victims of the blood-thirsty LTTE – the former Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi, brutally murdered on Indian soil.

The LTTE animals did not spare even young children, forcibly conscripting them into their terrorist network and tying around their necks a cyanide vial that the poor children were ordered to swallow if they were captured.

Better Late Than Never
Tis true that the day of reckoning for the LTTE has been late in arriving but we must give thanks that arrive it has finally.

But the big question remains – Where is the LTTE terrorist leader Velupillai Prabhakaran?

Has Prabhakaran run away like a coward, leaving his depleted army of child soldiers to face the final bullets?

Rajiv Gandhi’s soul and the souls of countless others will find peace only when Prabhakaran is brought to justice for his crimes against humanity.

6 Responses to "Happy Days are Back Again – LTTE Terrorists Crushed"

  1. boopalanj   May 18, 2009 at 2:06 am

    Charles Antony – the son of Prabhakaran, is reportedly dead, according to national english media, here. Unconfirmed still.

  2. shuaib68   May 18, 2009 at 9:39 am

    He’s dead. We heard from the news media. Let the Tamil leadership in other parties take hold of the vaccum created by LTTE.

    It’s very interesting to know what went wrong with LTTE…Try reading this.

    Why LTTE failed
    R. Hariharan


    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Interesting analysis by Hariharan.

  3. boopalanj   May 18, 2009 at 9:58 am

    The news is, Prabhakaran is dead, according to SL army and government and they are awaiting DNA test to confirm it.

  4. raghavendrav   May 18, 2009 at 10:42 am

    I hope peace is restored in Srilanka after all this mayhem..

  5. shuaib68   May 19, 2009 at 10:51 am

    Prabha’s body more clearly shown in this video clip


  6. shades of grey   May 24, 2009 at 4:29 am

    ‘Happy days are back again’??????

    Really…you must know that, that is absolute bull.

    The LTTE are Tamil people, every day Tamil people who had to take up the mantle to fight out of desperation. Do you think they wanted to fight? Do you think they enjoyed it? That they got some perverse pleasure out of it? There was no other way out. They tried the ahimsai method, they asked for equal rights then for a separate state. But if your government is discriminating against your ethnicity, if they’re constantly inflicting violence against you and oppressing you with no regard to your civil rights then there is nothing you can do but defend yourselves. The war against Tamils began well before the LTTE were formed.

    I’m not completely condoning every act that the LTTE have committed. They’ve perpetrated some acts that I don’t agree with like the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. Although I absolutely despise Rajiv Gandhi and think he is a repulsive human being for what he did to the Tamil people, I still don’t believe in his assassination. But ultimately I have to support the movement that is fighting for the rights of my people. Without them who would actually be fighting for us? Who would have brought the Tamil sufferings into the international community? We’d just be suffering in silence. I was born in Australia, I’ve never been to Sri Lanka but through a lot of literature and readings I’ve begun to realize the ‘shades of grey’ in every conflict. It’s not as black and white as everyone makes it out to be.

    ‘If true, this is wondrous news indeed and a day the suffering Tamils have been waiting for decades.’

    No it isn’t. Do you know what suffering Tamils have been waiting for? They have been waiting for a separate state. They have been waiting to get rid of the government that has been so violently attacking them on the grounds of their ethnicity. Tamils want to live in peace. Despite what people may think, we are one of the most passive communities around. We’re fighting out of pure desperation; we’re protesting globally against the human rights violations that government has committed against us because no one else will fight for us. And now that the LTTE have been wiped out, not completely but the majority has been, it’s up to us (the Tamil Diaspora) to fight for a Tamil Eelam.

    By the way, great job by the government in ‘liberating’ Tamil civilians from the conflict zones into their interment/detention/concentration prisons. Now Tamil’s won’t be dying from chemical bombs and shelling, they’ll be dying from starvation and the spread of disease.

    Hurray for a unified Sri Lanka.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    You write above: The LTTE are Tamil people, every day Tamil people

    No, that’s exactly what LTTE is not. They are not every day Tamil people:

    * These were fratricidal killers, who had no hesitation in brutally murdering leaders of every other Tamil outfit (TELO, PLOTE, EPRLF) that were also fighting the SL Govt.

    * These were hardcore killers forcibly recruiting children as killers.

    * These were killers of political leaders in neighboring India that nurtured them, trained them and armed them because differences arose subsequently.

    * These were killers that had little faith in democracy, even if Eelam were to be won.

    Do the SL Tamils have grievances? Sure, they do. But the SL Tamils cannot kill the leader of India (Rajiv Gandhi) and then expect India to support them in their hour of need.

    Rajiv Gandhi’s killing was a Himalayan tragedy for India and his family and eventually a monumental tragedy for the SL Tamils as well because India turned its back on Sri Lankan Tamils.

    The road ahead is not going to be easy for SL Tamils.

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