As the release Tigers of Tamil Eelam poses an not direct security danger for Canada the Canadian government must protector against fleeing Tiger best seeking refuge among the country's large Ontario based group of people of émigré Tamils said in a powerfully worded editorial in the nationwide Post on Monday (Jan 5).
"We don't need such atrocious people dispersal their hate in Canada, and receptivity on Tamil-Canadians to give shelter or cash. Mr. Harper already has done the right mania by declaring the LTTE a terrorist association. As the group's leaders flee their deteriorating rebellion the Prime Minister should make sure that Kilinochchi's erstwhile council do not end up in Toronto, Scarborough or Markham" the editorial said in no uncertain terms.
The editorial warned since it is harder for them to function in Sri Lanka the next rational step of them would be to start operating from Canada.
The following is the full text of the editorial:
On Friday (Jan 2), Sri Lanka's army captured Kilinochchi, the de facto assets of the Tamil Tigers. This marks a crippling blow for the Tigers, a rebel armed force and terrorist collection that first took up weapons more than a quarter-century ago. It also poses an indirect security risk for Canada: As the Tigers are routed from the battlefield, Ottawa must protector against fleeing Tiger leaders looking for refuge among this country's big Ontario-based group of people of émigré Tamils.
The Tigers more formally known as the release Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) -- have been on the doubtful for more than a few years at the there In the northern part of the condition, the Sri Lankan army has taken a shape of Tiger-held towns and outposts. In the eastern part of the country, the LTTE military equipment has disintegrated totally, thanks mainly to defections and infighting.
Western governments, too, have played a role. In the wake of 9/11, which brought increased attention to all manner of terrorist groups, our law enforcement agencies largely succeeded in shutting off the international money pipelines that funneled cash to the LTTE.
Here in Canada, a great deal of the Tigers' "donations" came from side to side the extortion of small Tamil-Canadian businesses in the Toronto outer edge. In this look upon, Stephen Harper's Conservative government deserves some of the credit for Sri Lanka's success next to the Tigers. Prime Minister Harper did what neither Paul Martin nor Jean Chretien had the bravery to do: openly say publicly the Tigers a terrorist association, thereby depiction their fund-raisers criminals.
The imprison of Kilinochchi marks a important turning tip in Sri Lanka's social war. The LTTE captured the northern city a decade ago, and have twisted it into their administrative centre, establishing administration offices, courts, a hospital and still a Tiger store.
The LTTE governed cruelly, making a ridicule of its claim to be a collection of honourable freedom fighters seeking justice for the island nation's Tamil minority. To raise funds, the Tigers diverted release cash earmarked for victims of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, and captured release provisions for resale on the black market. They swept through refugee camps press-ganging orphans as young as 10 into vanguard battle against the Sri Lankan army. Expat Tamils' relatives still livelihood in Sri Lanka were in danger with bereavement until their relatives in Canada, Britain and Australia decided to pay a "war tax" for their let go. Tamils seeking to work for a self-governing and nonviolent answer to their people's grievances were murdered by the LTTE.
All this has been complete under the orders of LTTE supreme leader Velupillai Prabhakaran, pictured, who has transformed the Tigers into a bereavement cult. Sri Lanka -- its Tamil minority and Sinhalese bulk alike -- will be better off when the Tigers are no more.
As it becomes harder for the Tigers to function in Sri Lanka, their next rational move is to seek safe haven abroad -- particularly in Canada. There is surely plenty of hold up for the Tigers in the middle of many of the Tamils livelihood in Ontario's city centers. It would come as no shock if beaten LTTE best tried to set up bottom here until they can regroup in Sri Lanka. In the past, Tiger lieutenants have come to Canada as refugee claimants. No hesitation, they will try that trick once more.
We don't need such atrocious people dispersal their hate in Canada, and leaning on Tamil-Canadians to give shelter or cash. Mr. Harper by now has done the right thing by declaring the LTTE a terrorist organization. As the group's leaders flee their failing rebellion, the Prime priest should make sure that Kilinochchi's erstwhile governors do not end up in Toronto, Scarborough or Markham.
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