Monday, December 8, 2008

Innocent Tamil children in Germany being used for fund raising for LTTE

After in receipt of the green light from Tamil Tiger supremo Velupillai Prabhakaran, the Tamil youths in Germany launched a huge campaign to lift funds in schools using innocent young children for the advertising campaign. The Thamilcholai school chain run by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) has launched a month long propaganda movement in Germany by approximately 6500 students of 130 Thamilalayam schools in Germany jointly with 950 teachers to highlight the so-called dilemma of displaced children in Wanni to raise money in German schools.
The LTTE cadres distributed a big badge with a colour photograph of a displaced child in Wanni and compulsory innocent Tamil children to wear the brooch on their school uniforms and urge their German classmates to donate money for the wellbeing of the displaced children. However the funds will be calm by pro-LTTE Thamilcholai administration and the funds could be used for arms purchases and other unhelpful behavior of the LTTE.
fascinatingly, the month-long campaign of Thamilcholai schoolchildren began on November 29, just two days after Prabhakaran's statement flattering the behavior of the Tamil diaspora youths. That was the first time that LTTE leader made a straight reference to Tamil youths overseas and thanked their contributions in his so-called yearly Hero's Day speech.
However, moderate and cultured Tamil parents are dismayed at this campaign of maltreatment of innocent Tamil children and using them for political agendas.
"This kind of behavior will have an adverse psychological crash on young minds," said Ramsamy Suppiah. "I have two children aged 7 and 9 and I want them to grow up to be good calm loving members of the civilization.
This type of indoctrination would damage their mental growth and LTTE propaganda of adoration of aggression would be damaging to future generations of Tamil diaspora".
In his Hero's Day speech Prabhakaran called on the "Tamils, in whatever part of the world that they may live in to raise their voices, firmly and with determination, in delay of the freedom move forcefully of their brothers and sisters in Tamil Eelam. I would request them from my heart to make stronger the hands of our freedom movement and carry on to extend their aid and help.
I would also take this chance to state my affection and my admire to our Tamil youth living outside our homeland for the prominent and committed role they play in actively causal towards the liberation of our nation".
Meanwhile, Tamil self-governing groups in other European cities have exposed that the Thamilcholai schools in Europe have been instructed to launch similar propaganda campaigns in schools. There are more than 350 Tamil schools functioning in Europe under different LTTE front organizations and out of which about 90% are directly administered by LTTE. It is estimated that more than 20,000 Tamil students between the ages of 4 and 21 years are studying in these schools.
LTTE uses the school set of courses to teach a extremely distorted account of Sri Lankan history and brainwash children in their tender ages.
In adding to inculcate bigoted version of Tamil patriotism, their mind-set is also tuned to hate Sinhalese as a race.
Although Thamilcholai schools are registered as non-profit organizations and take release of funds and other facilities from local governing bodies in order to sprint and uphold these schools, the school administrators gather money from students as school fees on a journal foundation on LTTE orders.

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