Concealing Evidences of the Structural Tamil Genocide
Mahinda Rajapakse – President Since 19.11.2005 Until 09.01-2015.(Part – 04)
He is a Buddhist chauvinist. He was engaged in destroying the Tamil race and converting Sri Lanka to a Sinhala island.He had committed Tamil genocide in a manner, which was more atrocious than that committed by J.R.Jayawardane.It was during his period that so many innocent civilians were abducted in white vans and murdered. Also, journalists were abducted and murdered. Furthermore, Tamil politicians underwent planned assassinations.
Also, schoolteachers and students were abducted, raped and then murdered and buried. He commenced a war with Tamil Tigers, violating a peace deal by the Tamil Tigers. He also banned the supply of food and medicines to the Tamils’ homeland, this bringing an economic sanction and thereby made the Tamil people suffer with famine and disease, this committing genocide of Tamils. On top of this, by banning the supply of milk used by babies, he caused the deaths of newly born and young babies.
During the war between the S.L army and Tamil Tigers, all NGOs were sent out of the war zone, along with organisations such as the Red Cross and international news media, so that thereafter, no news could reach out anymore, and after that cluster bombs and phosphoric bombs were dropped over the Tamil people. The use of Cluster bombs, phosphoric bombs and Chemical bombs had been specifically banned internationally. Thousands of Tamil people were massacred by the use of such bombs.
Furthermore, after declaring a so called ‘safe zone ‘ for those people who were running for life as refugees, and getting them to assemble them in schools, hospitals and temples, they attacked the very same venues and buildings with motors and rocket fire and bombs and massacred all those civilians. People were murdered in thousands, including pregnant women and old people as well. On top of that many had lost their limbs and until now they are living as lame persons.
Mullaiththevu massacre 01.03.2009. Mullaiththevu was a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 77 and 61 injured people
01.03.2009 Maththalan a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 37 and injured 53 people.
Mullivaikkal massacre. 02.03.2009 Mullivaikkal was a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 45 people
02.03.2009 Ampalavan and pokkanai was Attached by Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 122 and injured many more people
Maththalan temporary hospital massacre. 03.03.2009 Maththalan a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 13 people
03.03.2009 Maththalam, Ampalavan and pokkanai was Attached by Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 57 and injured 104 people
Mullaiththevu massacre 04.03.2009. Mullaiththevu was a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 73 people
Aananthapuram massacre 05.03.2009: Aananthapuram was a ‘no-fire zone’ in which the Sri Lankan army launched an attack that killed 69 people.
Mullivaikkal massacre 06.03.2009: The attack that the Sinhalese Army launched upon Mullivaikkal, an area that is a ‘no-fire zone’, resulted in the killing of 66 people
Maathalan massacre 07.03.2009: a rocket launch by the Sinhala army killed 53 people who were displaced and living in Maathalan. The continued attack by the army resulted in 208 being killed in the space of 2 days.
Mullaitheevu massacre 08.03.2009: Due to the Sinhala army launching an attack in a no fire zone, 71 people were killed. Moreover, as a result of heavy rain, bunkers were flooded and the civilians had no place to sleep. Babies were being drenched in the pouring rain
Ambalavan Pokkanai massacre 09.03.2009: a shell attack by the Sri Lankan army, in the no fire zone of Ambalavan Pokkanai, killed 74 people.
Massacres in the Vanni areas 10.03.2009: Vanni was a region announced to be a no-fire zone, yet the Sri Lankan army launched many attacks in the area. Due to continued rocket attacks, 129 people were killed in the space of 7 hours. Many were injured and made disabled.
Mullivaikkal massacre 11.03.2009: a Sri Lankan army shell attack in a no-fire zone killed 62 people.
Mullaitheevu massacre 14.03.2009: 69 people were killed in the no-fire zone of Mullaitheevu due to a attack by the Sri Lankan army. A breastfeeding baby girl, in the Mullaitheevu medical camp, was injured by a rocket launcher attack and had to be opertated on
Attacks in the Vanni area 15.03.2009: In the no-fire zone of Vanni, the Sri Lankan air force bomb attacks killed 58 people. Likewise on the 16.03.2009, 29 people were killed and 32 killed on 17.03.2009
Pachaipulmottai valaignar madam massacre 17.03.2009: a bomb attack by the Sinhala Air Force on this no fire zone killed 52 people
Pokkanai, Mathalam massacre 19.03.2009: 39 people were killed in the Sinhala Air Force led attack on the no-fire zone of Pokkanai, Mathalam
Mullaitheevu massacre 20.03.2009: 45 people killed in the bomb attack by the Sri Lankan Air Force in the no fire zone of Mullaitheevu
Maathalan massacre 20.03.2009: 15 people killed in the bomb attack by the Sri Lankan Air Force in the no fire zone of Maathalan. Many were injured and also disabled.
Attacks in Vanni 21.03.2009: 42 people killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Army in the no fire zone of Vanni. Many were injured and disabled. Hundreds of thousands of assets were destroyed.
Pathumaathalan temporary hospital massacre 22.03.2009: 32 people were killed in the attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Puthumaathalan’s temporary hospital.
Moreover, 96 people were killed in an attack on the 23.03.2009. In addition to many more being injured, assets were damaged
Valaignarmadam massacre 24.03.2009: in the government given no fire zone of Valaignarmadam, the Sri Lankan Army launched a shell attack when the people were dwelling there, killing 62 people.
Pokkanai massacre 25.03.2009: 49 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Pokkanai
Maathalan massacre 25.03.2009: 65 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Maathalan. 17 people were killed on the 26th of July 2009. Many were injured and disabled.
Puthumaathalan temporary hospital massacre 26.03.2009: 46 people were killed in the attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Puthumaathalan’s temporary hospital with 96 people being severely injured
Pokkanai, Maathalan massacre 27,28 of March 2009: 179 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Pokkanai and Maathalan. At least 76 babies and 16 pregnant women were killed.
Maathalan massacre 29.03.2009: 17 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Maathalan
Pokkanai massacre 29.03.2009: 18 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Pokkanai
Valaignar Madam Massacre 29.03.2009: 15 people were killed in the rocket attack by the Sri Lankan Amy in the no fire zone of Valaignar Madam Massacre. 1192 people of 298 families were killed in 5 days.
Millions of properties that belonged to Tamils were destroyed as well as swindled by him. During the final war in 2009, having declared that general amnesty will be given once the arms had been laid down, he blindfolded and tied the hands of those who so surrendered, without any distinction between man and women, undressed them all, and massacred them. On top of that, including Rev. Father Francis Joseph, those who surrendered with him, his family members and hundreds of people including children and women, who were so handed over by parents, have never been released or let known.
He murdered over 146,000 innocent civilians during the final war at Mullivaikkal. It was Hitler who had the notoriety as a person who committed atrocities and massacres in the world. But in the 21st century, Mahinda Rajapakse committed the biggest genocide. He is still agitating to make Sri Lanka a Sinhala Buddhist state until this day.
The murders and massacres committed during his time
Note: The massacres,here given are not full details. Wartime Environment more details of the massacres were missed. The details of massacres, on the basis of we collected are here given.
Intention: In the situation where the massacres of Tamils are being carried out, please please help to save our Tamil Nation to see these data s of the massacres that are given by us.
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