Thursday, June 9, 2016
Our Politicians don’t even realize they are liars, as that is part of their DNA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION – HOT SEAT~
One only has to read the article in today’s Daily Mirror, to realize that someone is lying through their teeth, and expecting us the public to believe their lies~
I ask the reader to rationally read this very important article, that goes to the heart of the Sri Lankan Sickness and until and unless it is cured, the Country has NO HOPE of moving forward.
This is the first time in History of Government Service, that the employees of the Wildlife Department themselves have agitated against the resignation of their Director General. In fact it is the first time that any employees of a Government Department or Ministry have done so on behalf of their BOSS.
What does that tell you? Either ALL the employees are crooks, or he was the only Boss who permitted them to do their JOB without fear or favor, and BACKED them to the hilt if they performed their job in accordance with their duties, and IN KEEPING with the law of the land, that is clear and unambigoius.
It is clear that Minister Sajith Premadasa is lying, as this kind of denial in the face of so much evidence to the contrary, is NOT defensible and goes to the heart of his integrity. Unfortunately he may not realize that his integrity is in question here! That is why I said it is part of the DNA. Being an animal lover, going to Yala a zillion times, photographing and documenting animals, and believing it your right to break the rules that others have to follow on entry to any National Park, does not IN ANY WAY protect one from personality defects of personal animosity to people. That, if a common personality trait, precludes one from holding high office, as it removes objectivity and fairness in decision making.
As for the action of the Minister of Sustainable Development and Wildlife, no one relies on his statements due to his age, and senility, and permits him a degree of leeway due to being an elder statesman. We must have some regard to our disabled politicians, and take what he says with a pinch of salt, and I am sure even the DG of Wildlife Conservation has realized in such a short period of interaction, not to get too uptight with statements and utterance from this gentlemen of the past.