geyamala asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Is struggle for Thamil Eelam is a CIA instigated imperialist plot to splinter south Asia .read details.?

The JVP, Srilanka's ultra leftist and nationalist party says the struggle for the sovereign state of Thamil Eelam is a CIA instigated imperialist plot to splinter south Asia.it asserts that the main issue for Tamils is class oppression and not ethnic discrimination. The JVP officially denies racism. It woos Tamil youth in the Sinhala areas and in the plantation sector with the slogan that socialism is the solution to all social and political problems in the island including the ethnic conflict.

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would you agree with that statement?

Update 2:

The LTTE GOT LOGISTIC SUPPORT FROM RAJIV GANDHI'S GOVERNMENT AND PRESIDENT PREMADASA INCITED THEM AGAINST INDIAN PEACE KEEPING FORCE.

THE CIA , RAW AND OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES PLAYED A DOMINANT ROLE IN SHAPING LTTE. OTHERWISE HOW COULD THEY GET SHIPS, PLANES ,?

Update 4:

“The officer who headed the RAW in Tamil Nadu then was K.V.Unnikrishnan,who was arrested in 1987 and jailed on charges of being a CIA agent.

http://www.tamilnation.org/forum/sachisrikantha/el...

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  • 1 decade ago
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    No. I reject The talim Tigers who's actions, strategies and methods can rightly be called terrorist and their goals because nationalism in any form is reactionary, but the JVP has zero credibility. They tried to get "rehabilitated" in the eyes of Washington so they should definitely shut their mouth about CIA connections. In 2005 they were groveling to be liked by the Bush administration and asked the US to intervene more to stop the Tigers. Where they lying then, now or both? Because if they truly believe the LITE was CIA then what did they expect from the US?

    Typical liars and demagogues

    The JVP’s political stance is characterized by its reactionary Sinhala chauvinism and its hostility to any talks with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to end the country’s civil war. Its occasional references to socialism are saved for university campus meetings and overseas trips to India or China where it rubs shoulders with fellow “communists” in the Stalinist parties of those countries.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, I don't agree because the Tigers, whatever their mistakes fought for the rights of Tamils. To accuse them of CIA links is a bit far fetched. Where's the proof/ We don't need more divisionism. I am sure nonetheless that the CIA likes to fish in troubled waters throughout the world

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    no

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