Pakiasothy who broke all traditions at a recent seminar in Singapore and criticised the President saying he was against the Rajapaksas, lied at the HR side event which was also supportive of the anti- Sri Lanka elements.
He said: “I live in Col 5, there was body being burned on day light no one asked any question. There is no rule of law, police are so bad, we have to have military take care of the demos, military are everywhere, and Tamil home lands are taken for HCZ or as a sacred place.”
A Sri Lankan Tamil activist in Geneva described Pakiasothy’s comments as laughable. “How could Sothy speak like this when he does not even speak Tamil or good Tamil? We know he only haunts the cocktail circuit in Colombo and that too with a selected crowd,” he questioned.
The activist said that Pakiasothy should be grateful to Sri Lanka that he is tolerated with all his anti- Sri Lankan sentiments.
Sunila Abeysekara, another NGO activist who is heavily funded by the West, accused the Sri Lankan Army of raping a 13 – year – old girl in Jaffna recently.
She was joined by member of the pro LTTE, Canadian Tamil Congress Garry Ananadasangare. He is the son of TULF leader Veerasingham Ananadasangaree who is still under threat by the LTTE.
We are told that the TULF leader has disowned Gary due to his LTTE connections.
Nimalka Fernando, another dollar hungry NGO activist who also lives in Sri Lanka, described Sri Lanka as a hell hole in Asia.
She also accused Britain of sending failed asylum seekers back to Sri Lanka.
It was evident to all those present at the event, that these three leading NGO members who live well among the Colombo circles wanted a regime change in Sri Lanka.
Several diplomats, including some Western ones privately questioned as to how these people were tolerated in Sri Lanka or if they were seeking asylum in Switzerland. Also in Geneva these days with his European wife is Sunanada Deshapriya, former CPA member and the man wanted for cheating the Free Media Movement in Sri Lanka. He is also credited with organising press meetings for the LTTE at the Manirasakulam camp during the height of LTTE terror.