What are the three fears: Alcohol, casinos and prostitution – says Kindelpitiya

What are the three fears: Alcohol, casinos and prostitution – says Kindelpitiya

Written by Staff Writer

09 Feb, 2014 | 9:42 pm

Sarath Fonseka, the Leader of the Democratic Party, attended a public rally in Udugama, Galle, on Saturday.

Speaking at the rally, Sarath Fonseka expressed the following views:

“Over the past eight years, 2000 temples were closed down in the name of development. But 2000 new taverns were opened in the same period. In this fashion, all over the country we are seeing deterioration. Our future, the future of these children is being destroyed. Five future generations of our children are in debt to the world. Each and every one of you is 380,000 rupees in debt to the world.”

Deputy Leader of the Democratic Party, MP Jayantha Ketagoda also shared his views:

“They said that oil had been discovered in Pesalai and that it was good news. People jumped and voted for the betel leaf. They voted and watched the TV in the evening. We voted for the betel leaf. We said that when we struck oil we would live like kings, like the Sultans of Arabia. The next day, the price of petrol was increased by 3 rupees.”

Susil Kindelpitiya, the Chief Organiser of Kolonnawa (Democratic Party) stated:

“Our venerable monks, the time has come to chant the Ratana Sutraya. What are the three fears? The first is alcohol and narcotics. What is the second fear? Do you know? It will come here very soon. It is the casinos. What is the third fear? My friends it is prostitution. James Packer will not bring prostitutes from Australia. It is our sisters that will have to go to Colombo and sell themselves.”

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