Friday, 2010-04-30 00:52 — editor
Toronto, 30 April (Asiantribune.com):
The Canadian Tamils for Peace and Democracy (CaTpad) calls on the Sri Lankan Diasporas to unite worldwide to fight against the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) created by the Terrorist Tamil Tigers.
There is an urgent need to build and mobilize an alliance to oppose and prevent the illegal formation of Transnational Government of the Tamil Eelam (TGTE) in all the ways, the press statement said.
The need of the hour is to unite all the Sri Lankan Diasporas to fight against politically in all the capitals throughout the world. It would be a grave mistake on the part of Sri Lankans abroad to let them go without countering the formation of an illegal de facto Terrorist Government, the statement added.
The political support of some European Union countries and huge monetary earned by illegal means of money laundering, forceful collections, abductions and credit card frauds throughout the world made the Terrorist organization a come back. Though defeated militarily and politically in the recent elections in Sri Lanka, the Tiger Diasporas are becoming more active to disturb the peace achieved in Sri Lanka and create a political uncertainty in the North and East by creating a de facto Terrorist Government abroad.
The ultimate aim of the Tiger Terrorist is to challenge the democratically elected Sri Lankan government and the democracy achieved by the Tamils of the North and East by eradicating terrorism, wiping out the entire leadership of the Vanni regime. It is a well known fact that democracy and peace is intolerable to Vanni regime at all times and has destroyed all democratic institution during their rule. Therefore it is the duty of each and every Sri Lankan and the Sri Lankan Diasporas abroad to unite for a good cause to save the country, the statement read.
“We Canadian Tamils for Peace and Democracy calls upon the Sri Lankan Diaspora to be united for a noble cause to fight separatism abroad and to be committed for a united Sri Lanka,” the statement said.
This article was published in 2010 but is still relevant. Instead of arguing among ourselves, let’s work for a united Sri Lanka. All peace loving diaspora population MUST UNITE for the benefit of preserving our beautiful island and we need to be peaceful towards one another. THE WORLD IS WATCHING. DO WE HAVE THE INTELLIGENCE, COURAGE, COMPASSION, AND STRATEGIES TO MEET THE CHALLENGES WE FACE. LET’S UNITE.