Last November, Gotabaya Rajapakse was elected as the President of Sri Lanka. The primary news emerging from his election was not the return of the butcher of 2009, but the role of the Sinhalese population in solely accounting for his victory. After his election, one of his objectives is to gain control of two-thirds of the Sri Lankan parliament in the forthcoming general election. It has been established as a matter of fact that he will reach his goal in the general election due to the actuality of the Corona-Crisis. However, if he attains his goal, the last nail in the coffin of the Tamils’ disastrous politics will be hammered.