Thursday, 19 November 2009

Mangy a surprise entrant to Presidential elections…

In a stroke of political genius and strategy the political parties in Sinhaland combine to attack King Party’s presidential aspirations to be elected for a second term.

The nation and it’s Diaspora in the west wait in suspense for the announcement of presidential elections by King Party on Monday the 23rd of November an astrologically auspicious day for him.

The elephants file their most popular candidate Victory Lion who is guaranteed the upper class, middle class and minorities vote. A reliable candidate who will need to canvass hard to increase his vote of 40% in more than five other elections by another 10% to gain the 50% he needs to win.

Mangy running will ensure that the incumbent presidents popular vote in the south is weakened and numbers reduced.

The former Generals’ entrance to the presidential battle will be with the backing of the leftists and the Buddhist Party. Sinhaland winning it’s war against terror and his role as the architect to this victory will give the leftists and BP no other choice but back his candidature. He reliably might surprise everyone by emerging a clear winner.

Speculation is also rife that after Monday’s announcement by the incumbent president, Sinhaland may also see the entrance of a wild card, the former Chief Justice with a strong Buddhist and therefore BP backing. CJ as he is still popularly known will have complete judiciary and Bar Association backing as he is still respected and supported in the legal circles of Sinhaland.

The ‘Kulturs’ in Sinhaland, the culture vultures whose love of the west and their quest to reposition the commercial city as a Sinhaland bastion of modern democracy seem to have got their strategy right to overturn the incumbent in this all important presidential poll.

What remains to be seen is the reply to this strategy by the incumbent president, his now infamous King Party clan, friends of the family and other supporters.

The Sinhaland voter with over a 90% literacy rate has proved to be elusively disloyal as past elections show.

Interest will be keen on how the approximately 25% of the Sinhaland minorities vote. The last presidential election proved that this is an all important deciding ballot, or rather last time around the fact that many of these minorities were discouraged from casting their ballot in that presidential poll.

International media, UN election observers and interference from powerful world democracies will be discouraged or completely banned in this election. Therefore, what definitely is on cards is the bloodiest and most fiercely fought election in the history of Sinhaland.

Last December during the celebrations for the birth of Jesus Christ many in Sinhaland prayed for Peace. This December all of Sinhaland will pray fervently for ‘Peace of Mind’.

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