A community is people. You can talk to each person in the community for your needs or to identify the needs of others. Also a community is a part that shares something in common. It is not possible to talk to individual people in the community, but everyone can talk at once.
Politics is the predominant belief of Sri Lankan communities today. Their heroes, leaders and priests who worship politics are also those political leaders. Instead of much of what their religious leaders have taught them, it is the electorate who are the followers of the corruption, fraud, and lies that their political leaders spread.
In a community there are people with different partnerships, qualities, different strengths, different abilities. Also, qualities and strengths vary from community to community. When we take Sri Lanka as a whole, there are a number of different communities. Religiously, there are Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Catholics, and in terms of major ethnic groups, Sinhalese, Tamils, Muslims, Burghers, and Malays. There are also different nationalities such as Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Pakistani who migrated as laborers from different countries. There are many differences between these communities, both ethnically and religiously. They have different cultural characteristics, both ethnically and religiously. Also, politically, it is more common for communities to join political parties that are more corrupt than in other countries.
Tamils, for example, are a community with the same culture as a nation. But all the three religious communities, Hindu, Buddhist and Catholic, can be seen among the Tamils.
Different identities can be found in other countries as well as in the Sri Lankan community. They are different. Different communities can also be seen through race, religion, affiliation, etc. Different dance groups, sports groups, as well as armies, are also different communities. From the inside, communities can also be classified as official titles. Also, as Sri Lankans, we are all one Sri Lankan community.
It builds cooperation among its members within a strong community. Advances strong definite social norms. They have identifiable leaders. Weak communities are scattered. Weak communities are scattered so that no one can find out who the leader is. But there are communities, whether weak or not. At present the communities in Sri Lanka are weakening on all fronts. Even though the political communities are weakening, the leaders in those communities have improved their personal status for better or worse. Yet they are failed leaders as leaders of a country.
However, the Sri Lankan community is weak on all fronts. Due to the weakness of the Sri Lankan community, they are facing many problems. The main reason why the Sri Lankan community is so weak is the failure of the community to find the right leaders to govern the country. As a result of such failure, the Sri Lankan economy, politics, society and environment are being destroyed.
As a result, gangs have emerged in the entire administration, creating different problems in the society that are destroying the society with different sub-cultures. Such diverse groups have emerged due to administrative weaknesses and a lack of vision as a Sri Lankan community. As a Sri Lankan community, we do not have the vision to pursue a world-recognized progress, both personally and personally, and that vision has not been established.
The Sri Lankan community is so weak that no government has been able to move forward. Various gangs and groups oppress the people in various ways and make governments unpopular. Different unions are using their power individually and differently, and different communities are being persecuted by different communities. Then the affected people come together as groups and form new community groups in various ways. Then more powerful and less powerful groups will emerge against the powerful and the regime will be in turmoil for years. Communities or sections of them that kick religious policy and run fast towards their selfish goals are doing serious damage to public peace.
Police, Army, Intelligence, Doctors, Lawyers, Businesses, Judges, Environmental Institutions, Religious Institutions, Farmers, Workers, Politicians, Drivers, Actors, Singers, etc. All communities are corrupt and distorted due to lack of vision to move forward as one country and Because of not loving the country and not having the vision to even think about their own future. Some professionals are so ignorant that they do not care about the destruction of society or people or the country. The people who pay them wages are also useless to them. There is no point in going against all these mafia gangs to save Sri Lanka from this situation. What needs to be done for that is to create a generation full of personality by formally promoting the physical and mental strength of the people. For that too there are only a handful of educated people in Sri Lanka.
At the same time, various mafia gangs, including other groups and groups that are destroying Sri Lankan history, and other groups that want to carry out and save illegal activities, are operating as factions. Among them are those who are tempted to bribe or pursue their interests, and there are individuals and gangs who do not perform their duties or duties to those who do not pay bribes or bribes. They are often like illegal robbers. Sri Lankans have become so enslaved that they do not even appreciate the local things in the country.
As a Sri Lankan at the moment, you and I are members of a scattered Sri Lankan community with no vision. The reason for this is the failure to establish any politically, professionally, economically, socially and environmentally accepted theory for a humane existence. For example, many of them do not know the scientific vision of doctors. They traded. The same is true of the majority of teachers. They also traded. The same is true of the clergy. As such, all government officials are acting irresponsibly. Therefore, regardless of your party, religion, caste, creed, profession, status, power, etc., do not forget that you are all heirs of a weakly divided state as Sri Lankans. Therefore, it is our duty to set aside all these divisions and line up for the future generation in order to ensure the security of the motherland and to build a prosperous country for future generations. For that, a national vision is needed to protect the religious, cultural and legal customs of all. Do you want a Sri Lanka? Need a free country? Do you think you need a world for your children? Then you must first loosen your political bonds.