Creating historical fiction on Mu'l'livaaykkal massacre

[ TamilNet ] - [ Oct 05, 2012 12:13:04 GMT ]

Julian Vigo, a Britain-based academic, who authored a report based on eye-witness accounts from twelve United Nations humanitarian workers who were working on the ground during the last phases of war in Sri Lanka that ended in May 2009, in an interview to TamilNet, apportions blame to the United Nations organs operating in Sri Lanka at the time of the massacre at the killing fields of Mu'l'livaaykkal, and says, "I am interested in how historical fictions (if we are to take the media as the recorder of history) are created around the issue of Sri Lanka's dead and the way that international organizations eschew responsibility for their role in the 40,000 dead while finger pointing to Colombo." [ full story ]



Comments [ 1 ]:

written by Richy2 (United Kingdom)
'YE SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE'-8:32 JOHN BIBLE. TIME WILL WILL TELL THE TALE OF THE REAL TRUTH OF THIS 'GENOCIDE EPISODE.' 70 MILLION TAMILS LIVING ACROSS THE WORLD HAVE GOT TO FIGHT FOR 'JUSTICE.'
- Oct 07, 2012 1:44:23 GMT

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