each according to their share
according to their contribution
"... The following description of Saradiel Appu was published in the Government Gazette Extraordinary of 10-Jan., 1863:
Birth place: Uttoowankandy. Residence: Uttoowankandy. Trade: Boutique keeper. Caste: Wellala. Religion: Buddhist. Age: 31 years. Height: 5ft 3ins. Hair: Long. Eyes: Hazel. Complexion: Brown. Make [Build]: Well. Read and Write: Both. School: Private school. Family: None. Former convictions: None. Distinguishing marks: mark of a mole on the right cheek Escaped: 29-Nov., 1862, from Hulftsdorp Jail... " - Tony Saldin
The major political parties in Sri Lanka are all fostering a neocolonial agenda in Sri Lanka pursuant to which they are implementing policies to force our farmers and our fisher folk in to penury in their mega-cities.
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