Pro-LTTE Tamil Terrorist MP, Gary Anandasangaree Submits a Petition to the Government of Canada
A prominent pro-Tamil terrorist Gary Anandasangaree had submitted a petition to Canadian Parliament and demanding to remove sovereign immunity as a defense by states for international crimes: namely genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and enforced disappearances primarily targeting Sri Lankan political and military leaders who crushed ruthless LTTE Tamil terrorists and also wanted to refer Sri Lanka to the Committee established under the Convention Against Enforced Disappearances pursuant to Article 32 of the Convention. The reference number of the so called petition submitted by extremist Anandasangaree on behalf of Tamil terrorist front organization of Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is 432-00052.
The pro-LTTE Tamil terrorists’ Gary Anandasangaree has been elected from notorious Scarborough—Rouge Park constituency where all the ex-LTTE Tamil terrorists, pro-LTTE Tamil terrorists’ Canadian diaspora and sympathizers majority are living in.
The Canadian government while showing peaceful face to the International community does play a double game of promoting terrorism and extremism in globally. The Canada being the haven for ex-LTTE Tamil terrorists and Tamil terrorist sympathizers, had granted tens of thousands of political asylum status to Tamil terrorists in Canada to gain cheap political election advantages and to play geopolitics with smaller developing countries like Sri Lanka.
The Ontario Centre for Policy Research, has submitted over 600 pages a comprehensive response against the petition # 432-00052 submitted by MP Gary Anandasangaree and others to Foreign Affairs of office of Canada.
Summary of the online petition based on the fictitious facts submitted by LTTE Tamil terrorists to the Canadian Parliament is as follows;
Petition to the Government of Canada
- Canada has played and continues to play an important role in advocating for accountability, sustainable peace, and human rights in Sri Lanka and all over the world;
- Canada is home to the second largest Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora population and many of their relatives have disappeared while in the custody of the Sri Lankan Government (Enforced Disappearances);
- Sri Lanka has the second (the first being Iraq) largest number of disappearance cases communicated by the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances to the government for action. Amnesty places the number of disappeared between 60,000 and 100,000;
- According to the investigation of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for human rights (OISL) many of the victims are in the Northern and Eastern part of Sri Lanka where many Sri Lankan Tamils reside.
- Even though Sri Lanka ratified the UN Convention on Enforced Disappearance it made reservation to Article 31 of the Convention which allows the Committee established under the Convention to receive communication from the victims or on behalf of the victims.
- In most countries the international crimes are committed by states themselves or by employing state apparatus. For instance according to the Report of the Expert Panel appointed by the UN Secretary General in Sri Lanka, the crimes were committed by the state. Thus a mechanism should be created to hold states accountable for these heinous crimes.
- On August 30th, 2020, the International Day of the Disappeared, a dedicated group of Tamil-Canadians began a long Walk for Justice for victims of enforced disappearances, with the full support of the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam, community members and various other Tamil organizations;
- Mr. Mahajayam Mahalingam, Mr. Vijitharan Varatharajah, Mr. David Thomas, and Mr. Yogendran Vaiseegamagapathy walked from Brampton City Hall to Parliament Hill, a total of 434 km while Mr. Yogeswaran Nadesu, Mr. Kulenthirasigamany Veluchsamy, and Mr. Vijayakumar Namasivayam walked from Mont-Royal, Québec to Parliament Hill, a total of 227 km;
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF CANADA, CALL UPON PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA TO:
(1) Support a legislative effort to remove sovereign immunity as a defense by states for international crimes: namely genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, torture and enforced disappearances, and;
(2) Refer Sri Lanka to the Committee established under the Convention Against Enforced Disappearances pursuant to Article 32 of the Convention.
Presented to the House of Commons