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Dark Side of the Moon- The Game Behind Alleged Lankan War Crimes-part 2

Dark Side of the Moon- The Game Behind Alleged Lankan War Crimes-part 2

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Ideological influence of Human Rights then seeks to dictate the destiny of these people and nations. Not just jeopardizing the Future but-
The issue of Human rights as an objective truism becomes then the first casualty.



Let us then revise the successive developments of this Lankan war and alleged War crimes as it evolved acted upon by the various Influences.
Particularly understand Ideological influence and the Geo-political interest groups which then in its turn exploited each other seeking their own mutual outcomes, instead of any genuine focus on promoting humanism.
Ideological influence of Human Rights then seeks to dictate the destiny of these people and nations. Not just jeopardizing the Future but-
The issue of Human rights as an objective truism becomes then the first casualty.



Let us then revise the successive developments of this Lankan war and alleged War crimes as it evolved acted upon by the various Influences.
Particularly understand Ideological influence and the Geo-political interest groups which then in its turn exploited each other seeking their own mutual outcomes, instead of any genuine focus on promoting humanism.

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DARK SIDE OF THE MOON -2
The Game Behind alleged Lankan war Crimes
Aron
Ideological influence of Human Rights then seeks to dictate the destiny of thesepeople and nations. Not just jeopardizing the Future but-The issue of Human rights as an objective truism becomes then the first casualty.
 
 
et us then revise the successive developments of this Lankan war and allegedWar crimes as it evolved acted upon by the various Influences.Particularly understand Ideological influence and the Geo-political interest groupswhich then in its turn exploited each other seeking their own mutual outcomes,instead of any genuine focus on promoting humanism.
UN Human Rights Council 11th session
UN Human Rights Council vote on resolution A/HRC/S-11/L.1/Rev.2. Blue represents support (29), redrepresents opposition (12) and yellow represents abstention (6).
In May 2009 17 countries (Argentina, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Canada, Chile, France, Germany,Italy, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Slovenia, Slovakia, South Korea, Switzerland, Ukraine,Uruguay, and the United Kingdom) attempted to get the 11th session of the United NationsHuman Rights Council (UNHRC) to investigate war crimes in Sri Lanka.They put forward a resolution that deplored abuses by both the Sri Lankan government forcesand the Tamil Tigers, urged the government to co-operate fully with humanitarian organizationsand to provide protection to civilians and displaced persons, and made an appeal to the SriLankan government to respect media freedom and investigate attacks against journalists andhuman rights defenders.
 This was thwarted after the Sri Lankan government received support from China, Russia, Indiaand developing countries.
 
The UNHRC instead passed resolution A/HRC/S-11/L.1/Rev.2 on 27 May 2009 which
commended the Sri Lankan government's actions
,
condemned the Tamil Tigers
and
ignored allegations of violations of human rights and humanitarian law by governmentforces.
 This resolution was passed by 29 votes to 12 votes with 6 abstentions.
  Note that the original draft of the resolution had no mention of any call for internationalinvestigation of any war crimes by Lankan regime.
It merely shares out the blame on „abuses‟ by both sides during the war. Then it talked of post
war cooperation with agencies and called for more freedom for human rights groups and criticalmedia to operate freely.Though that Resolution draft was thwarted and the final Resolution passed was that of commending the Lankan regime for its conduct of War and condemnation of the LiberationTigers for its violations of Human rights.This acknowledgement of war crimes on part of the Liberation theological movement meant areversal for its ideologues.At another level- this also alarmed the Remnants of this particular liberation movement overseasalready suffering the legal curtailment as a terrorist organization, a grim prospect of a possibleLankan drive towards prosecutions for their contribution to the movement.Promptly- the ideologically aligned Human Rights groups started countering this as follows-Since this was about the Liberation Tigers and a cause célèbre of global Liberation theologicalmovemen
t and its future, it doesn‟t surprise us that the first salvo towards lifting of ban on the
LTTE should come from a move at Rome.The
Permanent Peoples' Tribunal
is international opinion tribunal that was founded in Bologna  (Italy)June 24, 1979 at the initiative of Senator  Lelio Basso.
 The tribunal stated that the crimes committed by the Sri Lankan government against the TamilTigers could not be justified because "neither war crimes, nor crimes against humanity would be justified by any act committed by the victims".
 The tribunal found that the USA and UK 
undermined the ceasefire by pressurizing the EUinto designating the Tamil Tigers as a terrorist organization
. This allowed the Sri Lankangovernment to restart the war and thus commit the human rights violations.

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