Saturday, November 17, 2012

Professional liability?

It is more than three years now. The UN  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, accepts that UN failed to do its duty in Srilanka during the early 2009 last war.
Almost all medias including Al Jazeera,Channel 4,BBC,CNN reported continuously about  innocent civil people deaths.
Tamils around the world were stuck in front of TV to get to know what is happening in north. I was continuously checking for news updates in all tamil medias. Vanni was isolated, no contact with relations and friends. Still i remember , my friend continuously called and asked me to get the dead peoples' name to find out whether her family is safe or not.

UN did not take action, it rejected all requests from all corners. Now people died. Your acceptance/excuses never going to bring up their lives.
As a first duty or goal of UN, stand up and speak out for human rights and offer a voice to the voiceless. Tamils asked to give a voice. But you did not. As general public, we never want to know  about world politics. All what we need is, our safe and right to live.
Each profession has its own liability. None of the factors such as country,race,religion or money can influence on that.
Ban-ki-moon, still do you think you are done with the liability for the profession you hold?



Please stop learning from deaths!

2 comments:

  1. Too sad to know that there are already a lot of deaths which arose from a malpractice or negligence in the part of a professional. This thing can be prevented if only work is properly done. No amount of money can bring back a life compromising the time supposedly spent with that loved one.
    - Stuckey.com

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  2. " No amount of money can bring back a life compromising the time supposedly spent with that loved one."
    True..

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