Monday, 10 November 2008

Protest against Sri Lankan government attrocities!


MIC Youth and a coalition of Indian NGOs are organizing a demonstration outside the Sri Lankan High Commission to protest against the Sri Lankan governments attrocities against innocent Tamil civilians in the nation.
I urge all Malaysians, especially Indians, to come out in full force. Let us lend our voices to our brothers and sisters in Sri Lanka who are suffering from these attrocities. Do pass the word around!

The demonstration is scheduled on Friday, 14th November at 2.00 pm.

The High Commission of Sri Lanka is located at:

No.12 Jalan Keranji Dua
Off Jalan Kedondong,
Jalan Ampang Hilir,
55000 Kuala Lumpur.


5 comments:

♥♥♥♥♥ said...

Please take care of your Tamil brothers and sisters in Malaysia first!!

Premnath Agamutu said...

Yes.. I expected remarks along those lines. Malaysian Indians are leaps and bounds better than our Sri Lankan counterparts. We definitely have more to strive for, but to even compare our situation with that in Sri Lanka is ridiculous.

♥♥♥♥♥ said...

Wow! A comeback.
That was like a well-deserved slap to my sorry face.

kpc said...

"Malaysian Indians are leaps and bounds better than our Sri Lankan counterparts."

Yes, agreed 100%. And this is why MIC will be scraped off completely from the Malaysian political scene coming general elections so that MIC and all its dogs will be caged and sent to Ceylon to help free the Tamils there, where as usual, barking will be your only course of action.

Theshi said...

I would expect the putera MIC national information chief to be more careful about the usage of certain words.

"Yes.. I expected remarks along those lines. Malaysian Indians are leaps and bounds better than our Sri Lankan counterparts."

And by better you mean we are better than them and they are useless and helpless subhuman species(just like low caste tamils)? Just like how Malaysians are better than Indonesians and Bangladeshis and that gives us a moral right to look down on these people?

Or did you meant to say "better off". Notice how the exclusion of a single word can give it a completely different meaning?

Please be more careful about this...and no one is comparing Malaysian Indians to Sri Lankans. Where did you get this idea from?