Tigers of Tamil, Part-4 Black July and Sri Lankan Civil War

Indian intervention proved to make the Tamil rebel groups in Sri Lanka more effective and dangerous in carrying out attacks. One example was when in 1983 Tamil Tigers attacked the Four Four Bravo patrol post in Jaffna, northern Sri Lanka, where the attack reportedly killed 13 Sri Lankan soldiers. A year later alias in November 1984, the Tamil Tiger personnel massacred 62 villagers of Dollar Farm & Kent Farm, including children in it. A month later, Tamil Tiger personnel also killed 30 Tamils ​​as they refused to be asked to become new members of the Tigers. Continue reading “Tigers of Tamil, Part-4 Black July and Sri Lankan Civil War”

Tigers of Tamil, Part-3 Enemy to The Country, Allied to The Neighbors

From the first establishment, the Tigers applied strict rules to their members. They are prohibited from consuming alcohol, smoking, having a mate, and communicating with members of their family. It has been expressed that Prabhakaran sought to “refashion the old TNT / new LTTE into an elite, ruthlessly efficient, and highly professional fighting force.” Prabhakaran kept the quantities of the group small and maintained an exclusive and high standard of training Continue reading “Tigers of Tamil, Part-3 Enemy to The Country, Allied to The Neighbors”

Tigers of Tamil, Part-2 Background

Judging from its ethnic composition, the Sri Lankan population consists of two main groups: the majority Sinhalese who are mostly Buddhists and ethnic Tamil minorities who are predominantly Hindus. The seeds of conflict between the two ethnic groups in the modern era began to emerge after the British as Sri Lankan ruler since the 19th century intends to establish a local parliament whose members are determined on the basis of ethnic composition. Continue reading “Tigers of Tamil, Part-2 Background”

Tigers of Tamil, Part-1 Introduction

The Tamil Tigers or the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (Tamil Ila Vitulalaip Pulikat) are a rebel group from Sri Lanka who aspire to establish Tamil Eelam, a dream country in the northern & eastern region of Sri Lanka whose population is purely of Tamil origin. In English-speaking worldwide media, this group is otherwise called as Tamil Tigers or Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). The Tamil Tigers are famously popular for their involvement in armed conflict with the Sri Lankan government since 1976 before finally claiming to be defeated and surrender in 2009. Continue reading “Tigers of Tamil, Part-1 Introduction”

Powerful Quote from Malcolm X Speeches

Below are some powerful quote from Malcolm X speeches.

From Ballot or The Bullet

“Although I’m still a Muslim, I’m not here tonight to discuss my religion. I’m not here to try and change your religion. I’m not here to argue or discuss anything that we differ about, because it’s time for us to submerge our differences and realize that it is best for us to first see that we have the same problem, a common problem, a problem that will make you catch hell whether you’re a Baptist, or a Methodist, or a Muslim, or a nationalist. Whether you’re educated or illiterate, whether you live on the boulevard or in the alley, you’re going to catch hell just like I am. We’re all in the same boat and we all are going to catch the same hell from the same man. He just happens to be a white man. All of us have suffered here, in this country, political oppression at the hands of the white man, economic exploitation at the hands of the white man, and social degradation at the hands of the white man. Continue reading “Powerful Quote from Malcolm X Speeches”

The Assassination of Malcolm X

The late Malcolm X (1925-1965) was an African-American Muslim priest and human rights lobbyist. To his admirers he was a brave promoter for the privileges of blacks, a man who arraigned white America in the harshest terms for its wrongdoings against dark Americans; spoilers blamed him for lecturing prejudice and brutality. He has been called one of the best and most powerful African Americans ever. Continue reading “The Assassination of Malcolm X”

Indonesia-Malaysia Confront, Part-1 Background

Background

In 1961, Borneo was divided into four administrations. Kalimantan, a province of Indonesia, is located in the south of Borneo. To the north is the Kingdom of Brunei and two British colonies; Sarawak and Britain North Borneo, later called Sabah. As part of its withdrawal from its Southeast Asian colonies, Britain tried to combine its colonies in Borneo with the Malay Peninsula to form Malaysia. Continue reading “Indonesia-Malaysia Confront, Part-1 Background”

Peace at Home Council, The Mystery Council Behind the 2016 Turkish Coup Attempt

To understand peace at home council, we must first understand where the word Peace at home comes from. Peace at home itself, or in Turkish means “Yurtta Sulh Konseyi” comes from the famous speech Turkey leader, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk on April 20, 1931 during his journey in Anatolia. His remarks are “Cumhuriyet Halk Fırkası’nın müstakar umumî siyasetini şu kısa cümle açıkça ifadeye kâfidir zannederim: Yurtta sulh, cihanda sulh için çalışıyoruz.” This is a translated into English as “To describe the stable and general diplomatic policy of the Republican People’s Party, I think this short sentence is enough: We work for peace at home, peace in the world. ” Continue reading “Peace at Home Council, The Mystery Council Behind the 2016 Turkish Coup Attempt”