Eliyantha White’s miracle of eradicating Covid-19 ridiculed by Prasanna Ranatunga

Eliyantha White’s miracle of eradicating Covid-19 ridiculed by Prasanna Ranatunga

2 November 2020 02:18 pm

We earlier reported how Royal Spiritual Leader Eliyantha White under state patronage performed a miracle of eradicating Covid-19 in Sri Lanka by releasing pots of incanted water into rivers.

This spiritual mission was accompanied by three powerful ministers of the present government.  

However, tables are taking a turn, as speculations began to rise whether White's miracle of eradicating this global pandemic once and for all is actually taking into effect, when Minister Prasanna Ranatunga, one of the ministers  who accompanied the spiritual mission, has reportedly ridiculed the efforts made by White.  

This is mainly because Ranatunga has joined this spiritual mission by wearing casual clothes, short pants and a t shirt, and throwing the incanted water pot into Kelani River, thereby belittling the values of cosmic powers. His admission towards the throwing was conversed by many parties, in response to the clothes he was wearing, as if he has returned from an evening safari.  

Health Minister Pavithra Wanniarachchi and Cabinet Spokesman Minister Udaya Gammanpila, the other two government bodies accompanied the mission, on the other hand were seen wearing simple and disciplined clothes and releasing their incanted water pots into the rivers.   

The irresponsible manner in which Ranatunga, a top government minister, behaved during a mission backed by state patronage to save 22 million poeple from a global disaster cannot be denied. 

Had Dr. Nalaka Godahewa, who secured the highest number of preferential votes in Gampaha in the 2020 Polls, been given the pot, he would have released it into Kelani River with due respect.

Therefore, in any event White's miracle of eradicating Coronavirus from Sri Lanka does not work, Minister Prasanna Ranatunga should be taking the full responsiblity for further endangering the lives of 22 million people.