Some Sri Lankan boat people likely to be sent home

Apr 15, 2013 Full story: ABC News 119

The Immigration Minister, Brendan O'Connor, has indicated that some of the Sri Lankans who arrived by boat in Geraldton a week ago will probably be sent back.

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CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#1 Apr 16, 2013
Send them home to Tamil Nadu. The ancestral, spiritual and ethnic homeland of all Tamils.

Failing that. Send them to 'Bikini Bottom', the ancestral, spiritual and ethnic homeland of Spongebob Squarepants.

I assume Tamils can breathe under water
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#2 Apr 16, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
Send them home to Tamil Nadu. The ancestral, spiritual and ethnic homeland of all Tamils.
Failing that. Send them to 'Bikini Bottom', the ancestral, spiritual and ethnic homeland of Spongebob Squarepants.
I assume Tamils can breathe under water
They'll be sent to Sri Lanka. Where else do you think they will go?
CrimeaRiver

South Ockendon, UK

#3 Apr 16, 2013
Elias wrote:
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They'll be sent to Sri Lanka. Where else do you think they will go?
Oh Elias, you're ruining my fun.
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#4 Apr 16, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
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Oh Elias, you're ruining my fun.
Bikini bottom with spongebob sounds like fun :)
Ramalingam

Colombo, Sri Lanka

#5 Apr 16, 2013
Elias wrote:
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They'll be sent to Sri Lanka. Where else do you think they will go?
The LTTE must pressurise to keep them in Australium
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#6 Apr 16, 2013
Ramalingam wrote:
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The LTTE must pressurise to keep them in Australium
wattala boy, go learn how to spell.
Muhammad Rauf lala

Anonymous Proxy

#7 Apr 16, 2013
Send'em back to turdskinland
Anushka Vedanayagam

Sri Lanka

#8 Apr 16, 2013
Elias wrote:
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wattala boy, go learn how to spell.
Hello sir,

Are you really upset right now? Can you please spot any single spelling, grammatical or contextual error in the previous post instead of making yourself a laughing stock?

Or perhaps call your Siva Sankaran-moron to help, nothing will really work for you this time since Ramalingam's posts are devoid of grammatical errors mostly.

You must work on improving your English even from this instance.

Isthuthi
Ramalingam

Sri Lanka

#9 Apr 16, 2013
Anushka Vedanayagam wrote:
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Hello sir,
Are you really upset right now? Can you please spot any single spelling, grammatical or contextual error in the previous post instead of making yourself a laughing stock?
Or perhaps call your Siva Sankaran-moron to help, nothing will really work for you this time since Ramalingam's posts are devoid of grammatical errors mostly.
You must work on improving your English even from this instance.
Isthuthi
He does not know the Tamil spelling of our homeland Australium
He uses the western colonial term Australia which was borrowed from the ancient Tamil Sangam literature
Shiromi

Sri Lanka

#10 Apr 17, 2013
Anushka Vedanayagam wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello sir,
Are you really upset right now? Can you please spot any single spelling, grammatical or contextual error in the previous post instead of making yourself a laughing stock?
Or perhaps call your Siva Sankaran-moron to help, nothing will really work for you this time since Ramalingam's posts are devoid of grammatical errors mostly.
You must work on improving your English even from this instance.
Isthuthi
sinhala ponnaya, at least try to learn ABCD and that would certainly be enough to wash Russian arases. moda ponnaya. ok?
Anushka Vedanayagam

Sri Lanka

#11 Apr 17, 2013
Ramalingam wrote:
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He does not know the Tamil spelling of our homeland Australium
He uses the western colonial term Australia which was borrowed from the ancient Tamil Sangam literature
ramalingam sinhala kari balla, I am sure you only know ayanna aayanna sinhala goo. So you must learn from English alphabet ABCD. got it moosala kariya?
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#12 Apr 17, 2013
Anushka Vedanayagam wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello sir,
Are you really upset right now? Can you please spot any single spelling, grammatical or contextual error in the previous post instead of making yourself a laughing stock?
Or perhaps call your Siva Sankaran-moron to help, nothing will really work for you this time since Ramalingam's posts are devoid of grammatical errors mostly.
You must work on improving your English even from this instance.
Isthuthi
Oh for heaven's sake another illiterate modaya posting from an internet cafe in Colombo. I'm afraid your attempt at pre-colonial English is irritating in that (unlike the English) you are incapable of actually emulating either their vocabluary or their grammar. Go back to drinking kassipu and leaning on bus stops.
And

Sydney, Australia

#13 Apr 17, 2013
Anushka Vedanayagam wrote:
<quoted text>
Hello sir,
Are you really upset right now? Can you please spot any single spelling, grammatical or contextual error in the previous post instead of making yourself a laughing stock?
Or perhaps call your Siva Sankaran-moron to help, nothing will really work for you this time since Ramalingam's posts are devoid of
grammatical errors mostly.
You must work on improving your English even from this instance.
Isthuthi
This is very poor english.
Please learn to parse your sentences correctly.
Also, do not use future and current tense (last sentence) with verbs as you confuse people.
Clearly you are poorly educated.
The use of English is a privilege and in future please seek help from others to express yourself.
And And

Sydney, Australia

#14 Apr 17, 2013
Elias wrote:
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Oh for heaven's sake another illiterate modaya posting from an internet cafe in Colombo. I'm afraid your attempt at pre-colonial English is irritating in that (unlike the English) you are incapable of actually emulating either their vocabluary or their grammar. Go back to drinking kassipu and leaning on bus stops.
So says Elias the vain l b r c
De Bruin

Sri Lanka

#15 Apr 17, 2013
And wrote:
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This is very poor english.
Please learn to parse your sentences correctly.
Also, do not use future and current tense (last sentence) with verbs as you confuse people.
Clearly you are poorly educated.
The use of English is a privilege and in future please seek help from others to express yourself.
sinhalese= sakilli uneducated barbarians. It needs no special mention.
Good Aussies

Anonymous Proxy

#16 Apr 17, 2013
Just put them back on the boat and use them as torpedo practise. These fckers need a stronger hint that they are not welcome to invade our country.
Anushka Vedanayagam

Sri Lanka

#17 Apr 17, 2013
Elias wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh for heaven's sake another illiterate modaya posting from an internet cafe in Colombo. I'm afraid your attempt at pre-colonial English is irritating in that (unlike the English) you are incapable of actually emulating either their vocabluary or their grammar. Go back to drinking kassipu and leaning on bus stops.
Hey modaya, Sinhalese are uneducated you think? We have history and we kill Tamils for our food. Now our target is Muslims like you. We kill anyone we want.

One day Australia will be another srilanka. Our war heros will capture Aussiess. get out.
Tamule jackass

Ottawa, Canada

#18 Apr 17, 2013
And wrote:
<quoted text>
This is very poor english.
Please learn to parse your sentences correctly.
Also, do not use future and current tense (last sentence) with verbs as you confuse people.
Clearly you are poorly educated.
The use of English is a privilege and in future please seek help from others to express yourself.
ROFL, uneducated puk demala was skull facked in bright day light!!

Nandri.
Sajeewi

Australia

#20 Apr 17, 2013
Only if this people can go back to Sri Lanka, befor 18th of may for the celebrate the 4th anniversary of the true indipendance day?
Anushka Vedanayagam

Sri Lanka

#21 Apr 17, 2013
Tamule jackass wrote:
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ROFL, uneducated puk demala was skull facked in bright day light!!
Nandri.
muslim hutha, Elias is a demala and I am sinhala balla stealing puk malli's name to degrade him. You couldn't understand this simplest of the fact. English dannathi vesi.

isthuthi thambiya

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