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Sri Lanka: Dear Parents, Teachers and every responsible Elder of our Society

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DealKing

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Dear Parents, Teachers and every responsible Elder of our society,
(please watch the two attached videos)


Source: Asian Tribune - asiantribune.com
http://www.asiantribune.com/news/2011/11/20/ranil-victimized-mps-over-homo-advances-says-charge-sheet

For years there have been rumors that the control of UNP had been taken over by a ring of perverted homosexuals. The head of this ring is said to be none other than Ranil Wickremasinghe himself! Stories of young ruggbyrites from notable schools been handpicked and enticed into their orgies with gifts and other incentives and their lives systematically destroyed for the pleasure of few aging men had been in the grapevine for a very long time.

The following article that has been sourced from Asian Tribune will put a rest to those rumors. It is the CHARGE SHEET filed by the eminent Attorney-at-law Maithri Gunaratne against Ranil Wickremasinghe for sexually harassing Buddhika Pathirana and later punishing him for rejecting Ranil Wickremasinghe.

The two things that should concern all parents and all teachers of Sri Lanka:

1. If Ranil Wickremasinghe is made the PM of Sri Lanka, a man who actively engages and encourages perverted homosexual activities, how will this affect the children of Sri Lanka? Would you, as parents and teachers, be able to stop your children from following the trend of the "upper echelons of the Colombo Society"?

All main religions from Buddhism to Catholicism warns against leaders engaged in anti-social and nefarious activities and specially in perverted sexual lifestyles. Such leaders are the cancerous roots of any society.

2. A key figure who is behind this charge sheet is Rosy Senanayaka - the incumbent minister for women and children affairs. Yet today, she is standing behind Ranil Wickremasinghe acknowledging him as her leader. Are you ready to let her keep your children as hostages of a perverted homosexual society just so she can be in Office?

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The charge sheet handed over to General Secretary of the United National Party (UNP), Tissa Attanayake by Southern Provincial Councillor, Maithri Gunaratne on behalf of the rebel group, alleges that the UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe was trying to force Matara district UNP MP Buddhika Pathirana into illicit homosexual relations with him and when the MP had rebuffed, the UNP leader had resorted to punishing MP Pathirana by suspending his party membership temporarily.

Few members of Rebel Group:
* Karu Jayasuriya
* Rosy Senanayake
* Sujeewa Senasinghe
* Thalatha Athukorala
* Maithree Gunarathne
* Srilal Lakthilake
* Rajith Maddumabandara
* Kabhir Hasheem

According to Charge 16: Charged that the UNP leader has resorted to violate paragraph 3.4 of the Constitution of the party by giving posts within the party to not only to those rejected by the voters but also to those with whom he allegedly indulges in homosexual relations. As a result those who are willing to join the party are being dissuaded against it by their parents and the party is suffering as a result.
Evidence: MP Buddhika Pathirana will be the chief witness and during any cross examination several other witnesses will come forward.
The form of the evidence
There has been an alleged instance of the UNP leader trying to force Matara district UNP MP Buddhika Pathirana into illicit homosexual relations with him and when the MP had rebuffed, the UNP leader resorted to punishing MP Pathirana by suspending his party membership temporarily.
Also, UPFA ministers Mervyn Silva and Mahindananda Aluthgamage publicly allege that the UNP leader sexually abuses young MPs of the party during live television debates, and the UNP leader not taking any action to put the record straight led to the party suffering as a result of these allegations. Details regards the above charges will be evidence.
Paragraph of the party Constitution: As per paragraph 3.4 of the UNP Constitution no person serving in the UNP Working Committee should be holding any post within any party or coalition.
charge sheet adds that the UNP leader had violated paragraph 3.4 of the Constitution of the party by presenting posts within the party to not only to those rejected by the voters, but also to those with whom he allegedly indulges in homosexual relations. As a result, those who are willing to join the party are being dissuaded against it by their parents and the party ‘suffers as a result.’
The document adds: Also UPFA ministers Mervyn Silva and Mahindananda Aluthgamage during live television debates have alleged publicly that the UNP leader sexually abuses young MPs of the party , and the UNP leader not taking any action to put the record straight has resulted in the party suffering due to these allegations. Details with regard to the above charges will be presented as evidence. The charges leveled against the UNP leader over his alleged violation of the UNP Constitution while contravening party rules and regulations are as follows :-
The paragraph pertaining to the party’s Constitution:
1.1: The party that is dedicated to democracy devoid of nationalism and clansman ship.
Charge 01
The action taken against members of the UNP to oust them from the Working Committee after they had spoken openly agitating for a leadership change and scuppering attempts of such members to air their views publicly. This action is a clear and flagrant violation of the party’s Constitution which guarantees any member of the party freedom of expression against issues that do not contravene the party Constitution.
Also after the decision taken at the party convention held on 12-12-2010, the UNP leader has clearly obstructed members of the party from expressing their views detrimental to him, while still remaining in the leadership post. It is also charged that those who represent the majority view of the party have been ousted from the Working Committee.
Evidence
Rosy Senananayaka, Buddhika Pathirana, Dunesh Gankanda, Imtiyaz Markar, Chandra Gankanda, Shiral Lakthilaka, Bandulal Bandarigoda, Lakshman Lanarolle and several others countrywide will be witnesses.
The form of the evidence
The list of above-named persons is presented as those being clearly ousted from the party’s Working Committee for them having both publicly and internally clamored for a leadership change of the UNP and for having mooted the candidature of MP Sajith Premadasa.
The paragraph pertaining to the party’s Constitution:
2.1: The importance in maintaining a political party in the country with a view to contesting Presidential, General, Local Government and Provincial Council polls with the aim of gaining political power in the country.
Charge 02
Charge is that the party leader has deliberately not appointed organizers to certain electorates and thereby such electorates are facing difficulties for lack of a vibrant opposition party to serve the people. When certain electoral organizers had been legitimately elected, the UNP leader resorted to victimizing such persons with the intention of appointing those with close links to him, and those who have no idea of local politics to start with. His conduct in each of these matters has been in clear violation of the party Constitution.
Evidence
Pradeshiya Sabha members of Balapitiya, Pradeshiya Sabha members of Ambalangoda, and Pradeshiya Sabha members of Weligama will be witnesses presenting evidence to substantiate the charges levelled against the UNP leader.
Charge 03
Charged that the conduct of the UNP leader resorted not to hand over nominations to former and popular activists, the resultant effect of it being several party activists dumping the UNP in favour of other political parties and the party struggling as a result to make an impact at various polls, of late, countrywide, especially at a grassroots level. His conduct has therefore resulted in the UNP leader violating paragraph 2.1 of the UNP Constitution.
Evidence
Former member of the Kotte UC Nayanajith, former opposition leader of the Matara UC Mohamad Nabaw, and several others who did not receive nomination will be witnesses.
Charge 04
Charged that the UNP leader by which resorted not to appoint those with qualifications to suitable posts and was eager to introduce those with suspicious backgrounds to key decision making posts. All these acts have contributed to those already serving in the party losing interest in remaining and thereby leaving it in favor of other parties.
Evidence
Certain members of the Working Committee, Buddhika Pathirana, Ajith Perera, Palitha Thewarapperuma and several activists from the Matara and Kalutara districts will be witnesses to substantiate the charges levelled against the UNP leader.
The form of the evidence
The handing over of the UNP foreign affairs secretary post to Sagala Rathnayaka who did not even retain his seat in parliament at the last general election, instead of Buddhika Pathirana who not only came first in the Matara district at the last general election, but also received more preference votes than the UNP leader.
Also the appointment of Mangala Samaraweera ahead of Buddhika Pathirana as the district leader is a violation of the party’s Constitution whereby he has resorted to appoint a person of his choice over the person who had both the backing of the people, and the qualifications to hold the post. Also, when there were MPs Palitha Thewarapperuma and Ajith Perera to serve the Kalutara district appointing Lakshman Wijemanna -- a person who could not even win the last general election -- as the chief UNP representative serving Kalutara.
The paragraph pertaining to the party Constitution
2.2 The activating of policies, fundamentals and programmes being accepted and ratified by the party.
Charge 05
Charged that the UNP leader has blatantly violated paragraph 2.2 of the party Constitution by resorting not to grant certain powers to Sajith Premadasa as agreed upon at the Working Committee held on March 23, 2011.
The form of the evidence
When Sajith Premadasa was planning to contest the UNP leadership the UNP leader resorted not to cede the said powers and this fact will be presented accompanied by evidence.
Charge 06
Charged that the UNP leader has clearly violated paragraph 2.2 of the party Constitution, by not calling for a special convention in order to make official, certain posts.
Evidence
Those in the Working Committee, all the UNP MPs, LG members and provincial councilors will be witnesses.
Charge 07
Charged that the UNP leader to caused to appoint MP Ravi Karunanayaka who was neither ratified nor nominated by any member of the Working Committee to the post of party national organizer over MP Ranjith Maddumabandara who was both nominatedand ratified by the Working Committee to the said post, by this clearly violating paragraph 2.2 of the party Constitution.
The form of the evidence
When Imtiyaz Markar and Chandra Gankanda had clearly nominated and seconded the name of MP Maddumabandara for post of national organizer, the decision taken to appoint MP Karunanayaka from virtually out of the blue will be vital evidence.
Charge 08
Charged that the UNP leader has clearly failed to provide the annual accounts pertaining to the party, thereby flouting paragraph 2.2 of the party Constitution.
Evidence
Those in the party treasury, those in the Working Committee, UNP MPs, provincial councilors and LG members will be witnesses.
The form of the evidence
The UNP leader clearly fails to be responsible over party finances and nobody being responsible for the expenses being incurred by the party -- the regular disconnection of power at Sirikotha, and the UNP leader allegedly using party finances to sustain his homosexual partners and buying lands for them, will be evidence.
Charge 09
Charged that the UNP leader has resorted to not to take action upon the reports filed by the committees of Panditharathna, and Dr. A Aththanayaka related to steering the party towards victory at national polls, thereby flouting paragraph 2.2 of the party Constitution.
The form of the evidence
If those committee reports had been made public then it would have been difficult for him to hold onto the reins of the party; these details will be evidence.
The paragraph pertaining to the party Constitution
The party being prepared to acknowledge the rights of the people and providing equal opportunities to all, both in the country and in the party.
Charge 10
Charged that the UNP leader has flouted paragraph 2.3 of the party Constitution by ousting MPs Rosy Senanayaka, Buddhika Pathirana, Imtiyaz Markar and Chandra Gankanda from the party Working Committee -- in order to seek vengeance from each of them for having mooted the candidature of Sajith Premadasa for the post of party leader and the candidature of Ranjith Maddumabandara for the post of national organizer.
Evidence
Rosy Senanayaka, Buddhika Pathirana, Dunesh Gankanda, Imtiyaz Markar, Chandra Gankanda and several former MPs will be witnesses.
Charge 11
Charged that the UNP leader has resorted to appoint those close to him to top posts in the party, thereby punishing those who tend to publicly criticize his style of leadership.
Thereby he has violated paragraph 2.3 of the party Constitution.
Evidence
Southern provincial councillors Bandulal Bandarigoda, Chandana Priyantha, Gayan Sanjeewa and Western provincial councillor Shirantha Amarasekera will be witnesses.
Charge 12
Charged that the UNP leader has clearly violated paragraph 2.3 of the party Constitution by publicly requesting voters not to vote for a certain MP at election time.
Evidence
Ranjith Maddumabandara, UNP general secretary, UNP voters of Moneragala and others will be witnesses.
The form of the evidence
During the 2010 general election, the UNP leader publicly urged the voters of Moneragala not to vote for MP Ranjith Maddumabandara, despite the MP having been regularly elected in the past by the very people of Moneragala, and this will be evidence.
Charge 13
Charged that the UNP leader has resorted to violate paragraph 2.3 of the party Constitution by appointing a provincial councillor over the more qualified Thalatha Athukorala as the head of the UNP Lakwanitha Unit.
Evidence
Mrs. Thalatha Athukorala, UNP working committee, UNP women MPs and several others will be witnesses to substantiate the charges leveled against the UNP leader.
The paragraph of the party Constitution
As per paragraph 3.4 of the party Constitution:
No one at any time or stage should indulge in any activity that tarnishes the image of the party or ridicules it in the eyes of the public.
Charge 14
Charged the UNP leader as per paragraph 3.4 (A) of the UNP Constitution had publicly ridiculed the humanitarian operations carried out by the UPFA government against the LTTE during the height of the war, and thereby diminishing the impact the party would have had on the presidential polls of 2010. Also, purposely working to undermine the UNP at the above-named polls.
Evidence
Sarath Fonseka, Working Committee members of the UNP, UNP parliamentary group members and all members as witnesses.
The form of the evidence
Due to the controversial and detrimental stance taken by the UNP leader, a school of thought was established in the country that the UNP was totally against the humanitarian operations carried out by the UPFA against the LTTE. The stance taken by the UNP leader not to contest the last presidential polls despite having obtained 48 lakhs of votes at the 2005 polls, and step down in favour of Sarath Fonseka as the joint opposition candidate, severely weakened the chances of the UNP to capture power at the 2010 Presidential Election. These details will be presented as evidence.
Charge 15
Charged the UNP leader as per paragraph 3.4 of the party Constitution contributed to ridicule the party in the eyes of the public by his failed move to mount sufficient opposition to defeat the bill or in other words the 18th Amendment to the Constitution forwarded by the government to dispense with the stipulated two term limit of the executive presidency.
The form of the evidence
Before the bill was presented in parliament both UNP MPs Harsha de Silva and Sujeewa Senasingha publicly maintained that the bill will spell doom for democracy and immediately afterwards led the party to a boycott of parliament sessions.
This action was even severely criticized by those media personalities with close links to the UNP, and these details will be for evidence.
Charge 16
Charged that the UNP leader has resorted to violate paragraph 3.4 of the Constitution of the party by giving posts within the party to not only to those rejected by the voters but also to those with whom he allegedly indulges in homosexual relations. As a result those who are willing to join the party are being dissuaded against it by their parents and the party is suffering as a result.
Evidence
MP Buddhika Pathirana will be the chief witness and during any cross examination several other witnesses will come forward.
The form of the evidence
There has been an alleged instance of the UNP leader trying to force Matara district UNP MP Buddhika Pathirana into illicit homosexual relations with him and when the MP had rebuffed, the UNP leader resorted to punishing MP Pathirana by suspending his party membership temporarily.
Also, UPFA ministers Mervyn Silva and Mahindananda Aluthgamage publicly allege that the UNP leader sexually abuses young MPs of the party during live television debates, and the UNP leader not taking any action to put the record straight led to the party suffering as a result of these allegations. Details regards the above charges will be evidence.
Paragraph of the party Constitution
As per paragraph 3.4 of the UNP Constitution:
No person serving in the UNP Working Committee should be holding any post within any party or coalition.

Charge 17
Charged that as per the above-named paragraph due to the actions of the UNP leader several members of the UNP have left the party in the recent past. There are still UNP MPs such as Upeksha Swarnamali, Manusha Nanayakkara and Nilwala Wijesingha who continue to support the UPFA though not obtaining any posts.
Hereby charged the UNP leader is subtly helping the government by his refusal to charge sheet any of the above-named MPs so far.

Evidence
The UNP Working Committee, the UNP parliamentary group and contestants from each of the districts who ran under the party ticket at the last general election will be witnesses.
The form of the evidence
Each of the above-named MPs continuing to insist that they are still UNP MPs though supporting the government,; the failure of the UNP leader to initiate disciplinary action against any of them and depriving the opportunity to the next in line in the party list to contest the polls in favour of the three UNP MPs.
These details will be presented as evidence.

Paragraph of the party Constitution
As per paragraph 3.4 of the party Constitution;
No person in the party should force a decision taken by another official to be changed at any given time.
Charge 18
Charged that the UNP leader has gone on a personal witch hunt against MPs Rosy Senanayaka, Buddhika Pathirana, Dunesh Gankanda, Imtiyaz Markar and Chandra Gankanda by evicting them from the Working Committee due to the backing they had provided for both MPs Sajith Premadasa and Ranjith Maddumabandara to obtain certain posts within the party, thereby per violating clause 3.4 of the party Constitution.
Evidence
Buddhika Pathirana, Rosy Senanayaka, Dunesh Gankanda, Imtiyaz Markar, Chandra Gankanda and several others will be witnesses.

Charge 19
Charged that the UNP leader has changed the composition of the National Bhikkhu Front due to certain monks in it having publicly called for a change of the party leadership. Due to the acts of the UNP leader a rift has been caused among monks with links to the party and thereby the UNP leader has committed one of the most serious of sins in Buddhism.
Evidence

Venerable Meetiyagoda Gunerathna Thera, monks of the Jathika Bhikkhu Peramuna and members of the UNP Working Committee will be witnesses.
As per clauses 6.1 and 5.2 of the party Constitution;
The party’s national executive committee has authority to ratify any decision connected to activities, policies and programme of the party.
Charge 20
Charged that the UNP leader has violated clause 6.1 of the party Constitution by not taking any measures to convene the party’s national executive committee thereby making the party dysfunctional.
Though there are more charges that could be leveled against the UNP leader, as an initial step these 20 charges have been made against the UNP leader and the UNP leadership is urged to initiate an inquiry forthwith to look into the allegations and charges leveled against the UNP leader if the party is to initiate a forward march at least from now onwards.
It is sincerely hoped that measures will be taken to look into without any undue delay, all matters regards the charges levelled against the UNP leader.

Maithri Guneratna,
Attorney at Law
Southern Provincial Councillor
United National Party (UNP)

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