Sri Lanka have decaled bankruptcy and the President is resigning.>Sri Lanka Parliament speaker: President to resign Wednesday>The speaker of Sri Lanka’s Parliament says President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has agreed to resign Wednesday>President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has agreed to resign in the coming days, the speaker of Sri Lanka’s Parliament said on a tumultuous Saturday that also saw the prime minister say he would step down and the storming of both leaders' residences by protesters angry over the nation's severe economic crisis.>Speaker Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena said in a televised statement that he informed Rajapaksa that parliamentary leaders had met and decided to request he leave office, and the president agreed. However Rajapaksa will remain until Wednesday to ensure a smooth transfer of power, Abeywardena added.>Opposition lawmaker Rauff Hakeem said a consensus was reached for the speaker of Parliament to take over as temporary president and work on an interim government.>The announcement of the president's resignation came hours after protesters swarmed into his fortified residence in Colombo. Video images showed jubilant crowds taking a dip in the garden pool. Some people lay on the home's beds, while others made tea and issued statements from a conference room demanding the departure of both Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.>Protesters also broke into the prime minister's private residence and set it on fire, Wickremesinghe's office said. It wasn't immediately clear if he was there when the incursion happened.>Hours earlier Wickremesinghe had announced his own impending resignation, amid calls for him to quit. But he said he will not step down until a new government is formed, angering protesters who demanded his immediate departure.>“Today in this country we have a fuel crisis, a food shortage, we have the head of the World Food Program coming here and we have several matters to discuss with the IMF,” Wickremesinghe said.. “Therefore, if this government leaves there should be another government.”>The country is relying on aid from India and other nations as leaders try to negotiate a bailout with the International Monetary Fund.>Months of demonstrations have all but dismantled the Rajapaksa political dynasty, which has ruled Sri Lanka for most of the past two decades but is accused by protesters of dragging the country into chaos through poor management and alleged corruption. The president’s older brother resigned as prime minister in May after violent protests saw him seek safety at a naval base.>Thousands of protesters entered the capital from the suburbs Saturday after police lifted an overnight curfew denounced as illegal by lawyers and opposition politicians. With fuel supplies scarce, many crowded onto buses and trains while others made their way on bicycles and on foot.>Wickremesinghe said last month that the country’s economy had collapsed and that negotiations with the IMF were complex because Sri Lanka was now a bankrupt state.>Sri Lanka announced in April that it was suspending repayment of foreign loans due to a foreign currency shortage. Its total foreign debt amounts to $51 billion, of which it must repay $28 billion by the end of 2027.https://archive.ph/DUkJR
I see the mechanism, which it is well know.
- The normies make a fuzz
- The visible politician resigns
- Another politician comes from the background to assume power
- The normies get a new doze of hopium
- The new administration keeps siphoning wealth to the jewish loansharks (IMF and alike)
- Rinse and repeat.
By the way, the politicians could not care less about the People's rage, the gunmen work for them and will keep all physical threats away from them.
If anything, they'll have to do something about the gas prices, because the current ones are just untenable.
>>347639>Based rioters making politicians piss themselves.
It is useless, as always has been, until the politicians and their clients (civil servants, academia, msm) are de-fanged by means of disarming and punishing the regime's gunmen, everything will keep being the same.
>>347642>It is useless
It entertains me. I didn't say it was effective.
>>347644>It entertains me.
Sure, I enjoy it too. However the social mechanism for a durable solution is to smash the Praetorian Guard first.
>>347646>However the social mechanism for a durable solution is to smash the Praetorian Guard first.
I wonder if the jews loose control over the territory and the slaves, then their UN's blue helmets will come to
wage war against the new freed slaves.
Your lack of chan-culture is showing.
I was just shitposting, but since you got dubs and all, you wanna post about the Sri Lankan bankruptsy? Or r u gonna cry more cuz my lack of slashes?
>>347707>To ensure the continuation of the Government
There you have it, if there is a continuation of government, then everything was in vain. The same gang of crooks and enablers will remain in power.
Fact: shitskins won't take shit.
Actually, the government could use a few whiteys, otherwise they got nothing to redirect the anger to.
What does that have to do with Sri Lanka?
Someone should put Sri Lankan subtitles on this video and share it on Indian social media
I'm afraid that the shitskins and of course the rest of the world still don't understand the dynamic of power. Ousting the leading puppet won't change the outcome ---> they're fucked and their position as slaves in the plantation has not changed a bit.
It is the WHOLE state structure that has to come down. Think it this way, there are a few million people who make a living from the State and therefore leching the rest of society (police, military, judges, teachers, clerks), they are full invested in to keep the structure in place. They understand the their future rest on another politician taking power and promising any kind of shit to calm down the situation. Of course this only will repeat the cycle and the country will take more loans from the jews and intervention from all kind of globalist institution ---> Rinse and Repeat.
Until the muscle of the mafia is not dismantled (police and military) nothing will change.
>>348035>Until the muscle of the mafia is not dismantled (police and military) nothing will change.
Well, I can't disagree with that. There is not even one occasion when the police of military turned their weapons on the politicians (except when a foreign sponsored coup showered them with money happened), on the contrary, their weapons are always pointing at the people. Those thugs have it coming.
>>348036>There is not even one occasion when the police of military turned their weapons on the politicians
Egypt had a coup just a decade ago. It freaked out Obama, but he was too pussy to even call it a coup.
Also Zimbabwe has a coup recently too.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the Egypt coup was part of that "color revolution" business that was basically the elites testing their newest methods of population manipulation.
>>348095>elites testing their newest methods of population manipulation
That's an awfully vague assertion. What do you mean by that?
The "color revolutions" as they were called, were heavily reliant on social media as a means of organizing and taking action. The revolutions most typically associated with the term occurred in the mid 2000s through 2010s.
I'm afraid I don't have more detailed information available without searching around old notes and websites. Perhaps someone else in the thread can offer greater insight.
This is getting interesting, the ousted president could flee to Maldives, then his accomplices in the politician caste announced a transition of government, meaning the mafia remaining in power together with the military cracking down on the people to "restore order". The shitkins weren't having none of that and stormed still more bureaucracy's buildings, a TV station, and overpowered the mafia's police again.
Developing.>Gotabaya flees Sri Lanka | Protesters take over PM office, TV station | Palki Sharmahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z31RR5cl_n0
The Sri Lanka part of the report is the first 15 minutes of the video.
>>348119>The shitkins weren't having none of that
The shitkins were having none of that
>Introduction Of Fuel Rationing Via QR Code
Nothing has changed. The whole State apparatus remains intact. The uprising led to nowhere.
>>348417>Nothing has changed.
Das rite. The same mafia is still in charge.>Sri Lanka's parliament elects six-time prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe as next presidenthttps://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-20/sri-lanka-parliament-elects-ranil-wickremesinghe-president/101254756
Something apparent in 3rd world shitholes like Flipland.
When the people have nothing to loose, everything becomes possible.
Behead the traitors of your nations. Mutilate their associates on a public place. Document it so it inspire fear and horror to anyone else tempted to do it again.
Fair enough, but that won't happen until the People identify the muscle that makes all government policies possible: the gunmen.
Politicians have zero power without them.
I agree, it will only work and be permanent when the cops will also begin to starve and stop serving the power.
Kind of regret how the Yellow Vest protests ended, being fucked by blackbocks and leftards, and everything to divide and split the movement.
Masses uses social media to communicate/organize, and that was mined.
>>348762>I agree, it will only work and be permanent when the cops will also begin to starve and stop serving the power.
Or, the people denies them agency. Surely the oligarch gangs will escalate and resort to overt terrorism because that is their training, language and leitmotif. So all bets will be off, their masks will fall and war will be.
By the way, cops, military, and other armed employees will never starve and they pretty know it, the oligarchs need them to enforce their will on the slaves and without exception along history, those employees have opened fire, beaten people to death, and terrorizing the whole society just for the oligarchs' promised goodies. In other words, their pension is on the line and they will do all kind of evil just to keep it.
It's called the monopoly of power
. There's a good argument for Americans actually holding enough weapons and general resources to challenge said monopoly. But there isn't enough people willing to make a sacrifice.
Only blood moves the wheels of history, but Americans lack the resolve.
>>348774>Monopoly of power<Monopoly of violence*
I had to ruin it again...
>>348790>Monopoly of violence*
Actually is: "Monopoly on Violence".
Of Monopoly and Violence*