Thursday, 17 August 2017

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

17 August 2017


LTTE Honoured Posthumously

[The design of the provincial councils was a result of the quest for a political solution to the ethnic conflict and was meant to ensure political autonomy and self rule on a limited basis to the provinces.  The provincial council system was originally established in 1987 to deal with the escalating war against the Tamil militancy led by the LTTE.  The democratic Tamil parties have sought to utilize it to as a building block to progress to a greater sharing of power while functioning within the existing unitary constitutional framework.]  Media Release by National Peace Council

The above confirms that if not for the LTTE supported by the Tamil Community – intuitively and / or expressly Sri Lanka would not have the Provincial Council system. Yet, the LTTE are referred to as Terrorists. Those who consider the LTTE to be Terrorists – have the moral DUTY to fight against the Provincial Council system. When they don’t – but continue to call them Terrorists – they are USING someone else’s downfall to boost their own opportunities in a corrupt system.
I see some of them here in Thunaivi Vaddukoddai – who confirm that they want / desire the fruits of my work but not the hardship I put myself through to establish this system. All those who actively support the Provincial Council system owe thanksgiving to the LTTE.
Basically, to my mind, Sri Lankan Provincial Council System confirms the picture that the Sri Lankan Government, left to itself would not devolve power. In Truth – this lack of devolution may be appropriate if the ordinary citizen lacks the ability to govern her/himself. As per the Sydney Morning Herald article No outstanding leader in the free world, says Bob Hawke at event with John Howard’ Mr. Hawke said:
"I just detest the seeing a young bloke or lady go into a trade union office or a politician's office organising their time in the branches, that's not the way in this world, that's not how you prepare people to represent you," .
"My advice consistently to every young person who comes and asks me about this is make a life first," Mr Hawke said.
 The above advice when taken, would lead one to democracy. But the same Mr. Hawk is reported to have stated:
["Let's remember that nowhere in the world's democracies today is there an outstanding world leader, This is the first time since the end of the Second World War so we're not talking some peculiarly Australian factors, this is a more global thing," Mr Hawke told the audience in Canberra.
"This is at a time when we have never, ever needed more outstanding leaders," he said.]
The two naturally oppose each other. The more self-governing we are, the less we need an external outstanding leader
If Australia needs an outstanding leader, then Australia only desires Democracy for its popularity and other cash benefits. In Truth the speaker is declaring her/his  Dismissal from the system of Democracy. The following experts are examples that I identify with as an Australian:
1.      Prime Minister Bob Hawke was forced to apologise after labelling a heckler on the campaign trail in Whyalla in South Australia a “silly old bugger”. The 74-year-old pensioner yelled at him that “you get more a week than I do in a year”. “I don’t know what you are talking about, you silly old bugger,” Mr Hawke replied.
2.      1998: Pauline Hanson’s One Nation gained 9 per cent of the vote at the 1998 election, but then fell into decline. Ms Hanson blamed John Howard. “It has been widely recognised by all, including the media, that John Howard sailed home on One Nation policies. In short, if we were not around, John Howard would not have made the decisions he did.” – published by The New Daily
We usually remember events that are important to us. The way we receive a manifestation is made up of:
(i)                 Hearsay and/or the Observed
(ii)               Discriminative thinking using common rule
(iii)             Realised values.
The deeper the experience through which we receive information, the truer it is. When our mind is active with desires and their projected outcomes, Realised-value based reception is weak. Hence to Mr. Hawk the 74 years old citizen was ‘silly old bugger and not his employer’. To me on the other hand, when Ms Hanson ordered through the ABC program - for migrants who did not ‘assimilate’ to leave – it applied to me. In that ‘political mode’ Ms Hanson was in a position higher than myself, due to her seniority as an Australian. I reacted to it and resigned the following morning from my position at the University of NSW, through the following letter, addressed to the then Dean of Medicine:
Dear Bruce,

This morning, in consultation with my husband, I made up my mind to return to Sri Lanka as soon as possible – to a place where I can perform as a Professional in all my creativity.

I heard Pauline Hanson on the 4 Corners Programme last night. Ms Hanson suggests that we go back to our countries of origin if we cannot be like them. It hurts that we even have to hear such things. In the name of ‘Freedom of Speech’ we – the new Australians are being made to lose our freedom to live as individuals. If the leadership of Australia is unable to turn it around – to make up for their negligence in failing to hear the cries of the new Australians – One has to wonder whether Ms Hanson is expressing what these leaders (and employers) feel themselves in their heart of hearts. This is the million dollar question to which I have been seeking a favourable answer – that the leaders of the country to which we brought our children and made them call it their ‘home’ would ensure that it is ‘home’ for our children. But my experience during the past 13 years has failed to deliver the answer that I have been seeking so desperately. When an education institution such as the University of New South Wales also demonstrated that it was no different – I do not wish to waste any more time – hoping.

I am sorry if this causes you any inconvenience, but I am quite happy to hand-over to your satisfaction – to a person of your choice. I am not arrogant to think that I am indispensable – there are so many excellent Accountants in the market (might even ease the unemployment problem!) and I sincerely wish you the very best – for you are a good leader.”

It was during the 1998 festival of Nallur that Ms Hanson made the above statement on National TV. Majority listeners would have received this at the surface level – especially given that Ms Hanson was not their leader. But I was already hurting at the root/belief level and had been pushed to the ‘unwanted bottom level’ – of Ms Hanson’s class and  hence my expression through my resignation. I believe that away from that disorderly administration at the University – and focused on Lord Nallur Murugan – representing  Global Consciousness, I sowed the seeds for the manifestation of Bruce Hall matter which cost the University dearly. I did not know the ‘other side’ back then. But because I submitted y contribution  to the Truth – Natural Powers consolidated themselves to produce that outcome. Each investor will receive a manifestation as per her/his investment. They would all merge at the root level of belief .
Ms Hanson subconsciously joined her Energy with Mr. Howard’s opposition of all forms. That defeated Mr. Howard – at electoral level, where belief including through common habits – reigns over merit. Similarly, Sri Lankan Tamils who are a minority in Sri Lanka and who suffered due to the Racially Discriminatory policies of the National Government – sowed the seeds of Separation which eventually transformed as National level Opposition – Equal to that of the Government. Separation was prevented by the Equal Opposition manifestation.
When we are ‘free’ and are without the protection of our own boundaries – we become victims of the diseases carried by those whom we see as ‘leaders’ or ‘followers’. Back in 1998, I did not know the value of my pain. But now I know that my pain is the seed being sewn to prevent the manifestations of disorder from infiltrating into the minds of younger and newer migrants – especially those of my community whom I lead Naturally through my Truth.
One who raises her/his contribution to Energy level – already has the solutions to the problems experienced by her/his community. The rest is temporary due to excessive use of what happened. Those of us who are humble enough to think of the lower ranks as part of ourselves – are able to work the other’s Energy also. In National Parliament for example, majority vote keeps us at Primary level (i) – mentioned above. But those who override such consciousness become global participants.
As per latest  news report:
After suggesting she would find it hard to work with a NZ Labour government, Ms Bishop on Wednesday intensified her attack on the opposition over its alleged involvement in revealing Barnaby Joyce’s dual citizenship.
To my mind, any Government that is yet to say ‘sorry’ for listing me as Sri Lankan despite my claim that I was Australian for legal purposes, carries that wrong, on its shoulders – which eventually becomes sin when it is taken past the correctable period and therefore out of the control of person on whose shoulders it is sitting. The terminology ‘Foreign Judgment’ – would have come to the mind of the reporter through Ms Bishop’s mind, that carries the ‘Freedom’ desire including through Senior officials in Sri Lanka who have also rejected ‘Foreign’ judges in the tragedy of Lankans who died in the war. Had Ms Bishop rejected it – Ms Bishop would have protected herself by consciously overriding such ‘freedom’ enjoyed by militants led by the LTTE.  These are the wonderful ways of Karma which looks-after us anytime, anywhere through our god within.
Here in Sri Lanka, by failing to take good care of those who are likely to be leaders (socially) – the environment is cheating itself of the value of Truth of the ‘other side’ which Tamils have become in Nation level politics. The Provincial Government structure is a later development due to LTTE. 
Escalating a conflict to that Energy level leads to us becoming  operators  of that Energy. One who listens to that inner energy is always a winner. The risk in Democracy is premature expressions of Freedom which produces its opposition at the primary level. Hence war is declared, leaving very little, if any – to be escalated. One who operates at Energy level –cannot be defeated even by her/himself. To my mind, neither Mr. Hawke nor Mr. Howard have elevated themselves to that level. The presence of Mr. Howard with the American President during 9/11 attack confirms the return of his own karma to the migrant community in Australia.

Once we follow Due Process of our environment  and publish the Truth at the highest level available to us – Natural forces join forces to manifest outcomes. At that time of manifestation we need  to be independent of our  contributions at the lower level, to be able to ‘observe’ and confirm that we have completed the experience. Then there is no fear of disorder. Just Peace of Mind. 

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam


16 August 2017

Invoke KalaBairavar

[An exhumation and a fresh post-mortem examination in 2015 showed that Thajudeen was repeatedly hit on the head, his teeth and pelvic bones broken, his ribs fractured and the thighs slashed using a broken glass bottle indicating sadistic torture. There were also signs that he had been repeatedly assaulted with a blunt instrument and then put inside his own Toyota Vitz car which was then set ablaze at Park Road, Colombo.]  Daily News Report – ‘I don’t know: Shiranthi’

Park Road was my ‘home-street’ when my first two children were born. It is due to my life in that area that I bought the land at Narahenpita which was unlawfully occupied by an illiterate person and was sold to another – eventually going to Mr. Gamini Wiamlsiri Wickramasinghe. Last year when we went to our land – the tuk-tuk driver said ‘this is our Wickramasinghe sir’s land’. That said to me that Mr. Wickramasinghe was practitioner of his own form of  administration and justice. Had he been law-abiding he would have not bought land that was claimed by an illiterate person through prescriptive title. That was the heritage that came with that land. If I did not appeal the primary decision in favour of the illiterate acquirer the land would have been cursed. As if both women in whose names the land was written by the purchasers passed away.
Park Road and Narahenpita area have become weaker than before in terms of cohesive values. This happens when money rules over belief.
Yesterday – 15 August 2017 – the anniversary of India’s Independence -  I felt the blessings of Goddess of Independence. I have been going to the Vaddukoddai Police station due to the stone-throwing by those who are resisting my moves to maintain law and order at our temple premises here. The Police are limited in their powers. Hence I kept submitting most of the problem to the Higher Powers here – Lord Kala Bairavar and Bairavi described as follows by Wikpedia:
[  In all Hindu temples, there will be a Bhairava idol. This Bhairava is the protector of the temple. In Shiva temples, when the temple is closed, the keys are placed before Bhairava. Bhairava is also described as the protector of women. He is described as the protector of the timid and in general women who are timid in nature.] Wikipedia
When I took charge of the Management of the temple in 2006 – one of my first tasks was to change the altar door – so devotees could ‘see’ and pray from outside. I took the key of the old door to Australia which to me represents the essence of the contribution by my ancestors – to the temple. As indicated through the explanation  above, that was based on Confidentiality and the belief that the good Energy revives Itself – especially at midnight. Somehow or the other, I seem to have invoked this Energy through my night vigil while staying at the temple-cottage.
The temple fence was cut by those who knew the structure of the temple. They did not use any torch-light to cut the wire at the entrance to the temple. Our lighting was enough to capture the inside fence but not the outside. I kept playing the camera footage over and over again – but failed to get the needed evidence to support my complaint to the police. But the following morning ‘the goddess of transparency’ blessed me with the evidence needed to prove the hostility and therefore the danger to me as a person if I insisted on law and order. I discovered the real powers of the Police and for the rest – I invested more in the CCTV camera system – so it would give us 360 degree view – as transparency leads to globalization. I know by now that I am driven by my inner urge to do or not to do something in this part of the world. This time it was to improve the CCTV coverage.
Our next door neighbour’s mother in law – Pavan soon paid me a visit. I asked Pavan why she had not come to participate in the Sunday meeting regarding safety of Thunaivi village and the contribution we make to it as owners. Pavan said she was not feeling well. We got talking and eventually Pavan asked about the new camera facing her place. I asked her what her problem was and she said that it was facing their well-side and external toilet area. Pavan said that in the nights they used open area and hence if the camera was on – that was an intrusion in their privacy. I then felt  that Lord Vairavar / Kala Bairavar had influenced this outcome from Pavan, through the CCTV camera. Pavan’s family had been aloof when our cottage was being stoned for complaining to the Police. The CCTV guys did the work as per their assessment of my needs in that area. The outcome was perfect – Pavan was anxious about losing her family’s privacy. I did not have to be anxious about intruders entering through the roof in the night. Pavan’s family was now anxious! In fact the CCTV guys said to me that when they were installing the one on top of the roof – Pavan’s son-in-law Senthil who is openly disrespectful of others’ rights – had asked whether the camera would cover their home-area. I said to Pavan that if they thought that I was monitoring them unlawfully they ought to complain to the Police – as Senthil had done in 2015 on the claim that I had not paid him for his work. As per my statement to the Police – Senthil did not complete his work and hence I refused to pay the last instalment. They withdrew the complaint but Senthil was hostile for a long time. He has expressed his intention of occupying our cottage. The Police failed to register the seriousness of it. But Lord Kala Bairavar did.
The Common habit in this area is to occupy areas that are not occupied by the rightful owners or their agents. One such area is the land next door with our temple land as one side border and the boundary of President’s Counsel Mr. Kanageeswaran on the other side. During Police inquiry last week – I said that I did not want Senthil and his cousin sitting in front of our temple in that neighbour’s land. Senthil said he sat there because it got hot during the day. Despite my protests that majority stayed within their own compounds, the Police accepted this explanation – which condoned trespass as per the law. In terms of Natural Justice one becomes ineligible to enjoy out of other people’s investment – if one’s actions had already damaged a rightful owner’s enjoyment in that part of the world.  The Australian example that comes to mind is the Bruce Hall scandal that erupted after I left the University of NSW due to harassment for doing the right thing – i.e. – investing towards Democratic Resource Management systems. There also I took it to the highest possible authority – though Due Process and then left it to the Lord. The Lord delivered the Judgment against the Vice Chancellor at the Council level.
The folks here are mostly illiterate and are of the type recruited by militant leaders like Velupillai Prabhakaran.  They have different names for ailments. Pavan said that she was now suffering from aches and allergies. Pavan’s father said this morning that ‘Kolli Karuppan’ had come to him yesterday. I asked him and he explained the rash and swelling of body that he was suffering from. I said to him – in his own language – that having worked in Health Service – I carried natural Energy to cure such ailments. Pavan’s father asked me to forgive him for his part in covering up his family’s interference with my privacy. I touched his hands and said that I believed that Lord Kala-Bairavar was already awake and guarding us including through the cameras. I urged the old man to do his allocated tasks as his duty and not expect favours outside those boundaries. The old man who was fearful of losing his job with us – tearfully thanked me.
The authorities investigating former first lady Mrs Shiranthi Rajapaksa like the Police, are limited in their scope. Only those with natural powers to invoke the Energies they have invested in, well beyond their duties – can invoke such powers. All of us who  add our Energies through them would contribute to such manifestation or prevention as the case may be.


Friday, 11 August 2017

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam


11 August 2017


Resignation or Dismissal?

[Parliamentarian Ravi Karunanayake who resigned from his ministerial portfolio today questioned why others, against whom allegations had been made, could not resign if he could do so simply because there were allegations against him.]  Daily Mirror Report - Why could not others resign?: Ravi to his supporters
When I resigned from the position of Management Accountant at the University of NSW, it was because I could not take the harassment from my seniors any more. The Medical Faculty to which I was assigned due to the then Dean of Medicine (now Vice Chancellor of Macquarie University), Professor Bruce Dowton, identifying with the need for the Faculty to be more democratic, endorsed my work highly. But there was not a single academic who felt deep enough ownership to consolidate the powers of those who found value in my work. Even though it seemed as if I had resigned, in Truth it was unrighteous dismissal. It would have been unlawful dismissal if there were appropriate laws covering such actions – especially to prevent unjust dismissals. Unjust harassment leads to unjust dismissal, even though on the outside it may seem as if the person ‘chose to resign’.
The other side of this is proud resignation – of the type Parliamentarian Mr. Ravi Karunanayake is taking credit for. His duty at that level is to hold his position until the other side dismisses him and then as an ordinary elected member of Parliament, to reveal the Truth he discovered through his experience – and sharing that Truth with those who believe in him. Effectively his resignation amounts to unlawful separation to ‘avoid’ Due Process.
Yesterday, my Accounting friends Mrs Malar Fonseka and Mrs. Pushpa Muthumala, rang me to urge me to take care of myself – including by leaving Thunaivi where there have been threats to my physical security. (Tamil Tiger Legacy at http://austms.blogspot.com/). I felt comforted but somehow felt that  I was ‘abandoning post’ by leaving when attacked by those who want to ‘steal’ my investment here in Thunaivi Vaddukoddai where the  seeds of Political  Independence were sown in 1976, through the Vaddukoddai Resolution 1976. That eventually resulted in the victory of Tamil Politicians in the 1977 Parliamentary elections through which Tamils became the Equal Opposition in Parliament, despite being minority at physical level.
That is the way Natural Justice works. The Vaddukoddai Resolution 1976 invoked natural powers through politicians. It’s like Gandhi’s power of personal Truth. The LTTE hijacked the agenda and spoilt it all for those seeking the lawful pathway to realising Independence from unjust suppression. The other night when stones were thrown at our cottage due to me going to the Police to report Trespass to establish which I had evidence – through CCTV camera, our neighbour who has studied Mahabharatham through his own avenues, said to me that someone shot Gandhi dead. The ‘place’ where he said it was within the field of the altar of our temple.  The time was when I stood alone – in this community that uses physical power first to express emotions. Others have likewise said that I was like Gandhi. This includes Australian Dr. Peter Vaugh with whom also I had the Gandhi experience:
[Dr. Peter Vaux – who was the senior Registrar of the psychiatric unit of Prince of Wales Hospital to which Magistrate Gilmour sent me  on 01 November 2004, wrote to the Courts – that the matter needed to be resolved legally and that I was mentally stable. Dr. Vaux said to Jodi who was interviewed as a family member – that I was like Gandhi.  During the interview I shared with Dr. Vaux my experience with Sathya Sai Baba and how the holy powder had materialized on my picture of  Him.  Dr. Vaux smiled and said he had knowledge of such materializations.  Dr. Vaux asked me also ‘So, what did you do when you went to see the Vice Chancellor? Just sat there and waited?’  I smiled and said I sat there and read the books I had taken with me.  To me at that time – this was the value of my work for the Hospital system when I was Revenue Manager of South Eastern Sydney Area Health Service.  It was because I had invested in that system by doing more than what I was getting paid for – that I was able to share as a common owner with Dr. Vaux who to me was also an owner and not mere employee. An owner is higher than an employer who is higher than an employee. At the UNSW – the Chancellors were owners but the Vice Chancellors were mere employers. An employee contributing more than is required by her/his position is likely to become an owner more quickly than an employer who does less than her/his duties.  Hence they were the ones who required my approval to enter the area that I was occupying as an owner in that University. 

Months later when searching through Google – I came across my response to Justice C. G. Weeramantry, former Vice President of the International Court of Justice, published by the Daily News (Sri Lanka) on 01 November 2004 – the day Dr. Peter Vaux above stated that I was like Gandhi.  I wrote the response in October when I went to Sri Lanka at the invitation of Airlanka and was accommodated at Galadari Hotel. Their vehicle was sent to pick me up and I included my conversations with the driver (a Buddhist) also in my response.  To me that is the way to share Gandhi’s values.  I was able to, through my interpretations of the message of a Judge of International standards, take Non-Violence message to the ordinary folks.  To me this is also what I was doing in terms of workplace and laws to the common Australian.  Sri Lanka honored me  and Australia punished me on the same day. How can Australian Government therefore lead Sri Lanka in any way to eliminate Racial Inequality?  Without actual practice of it – whatever knowledge and / or money that is paid by Australia is a handout. Ultimately the law is for the people to bring their minds together.  To the extent it does not reach society – these are for merely for employment and business purposes. ] Chapter 25 – Naan Australian book.

I believe that through my integrated mind as Sri Lankan-Australian I have the power to influence one through my investment in the other. To me it is no coincidence that Mr. Ravi Karunanayake resigned at this point in time – i.e. - soon after the visit of our Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs listened to Tamil leadership to whom the Tamil Opposition appealed for support in the issue of Constitutional reforms.

If there was no consolidated power backing the Tamil Opposition, their appeal to the Australian Foreign Minister would have been to a Foreigner with no jurisdiction in Sri Lanka. But whether Ms Bishop was conscious of  it or not – her position was supported by this consolidated power – by those of us who are truly Australian and Sri Lankan at that level as per the standards of our contribution to Common Policy through our experience. Neither Mr. Sampanthan nor Mr. Sumanthiran have had the ‘Australian Experience’ – to be able to invoke this consolidated power. I have and I am currently in Sri Lanka, experiencing opposition to my development work here in Vaddukoddai through those who joined the LTTE to express their unregulated expressions of physical powers. Ms Bishop failed in her duty to show support for fellow Australian, one way or the other. But because I included the current Australian Government in my work – Ms Bishop became my ‘Facility’ and as per her own personality – Ms Bishop does not block that Democratic pathway through which minorities work the system within the lawful boundaries, to derive their own needs. The TNA members who also are sent my email communications of Policy value, have thus far shown no consciousness of my work to prevent future wars. Hence without a power like mine, their appeals would have been inappropriate – and have the parallel of ‘hearsay’ value.


As per my belief – merged powers often produce manifestations beyond the ‘seen’ and the ‘known’.  The unknown in common manifestations happen through belief in merged powers. Resigning when shamed is more Australian than Sri Lankan. Likewise when I made up my mind to not cut short my stay here in Thunaivi-Vaddukoddai, I thought of my Australian ancestors who fought against negative powers – especially of their own race – to make Australia more law abiding than it was. It’s that Australia that is attractive to most of us. I am sharing that value here in Thunaivi – where some negative forces want me ‘out’ now that I have gone to the Police in addition to blocking their unlawful entry into my premises. 

Monday, 7 August 2017

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

07 August 2017

Tamil Tiger Legacy

During our times they were fearful and hence followed some of the protocols. Now they are free to express themselves’ Member of  Vaddukoddai community.

The above  was the observation by Vaddukoddai senior about the youth of junior castes one of whom said to me on Saturday, 05 August, that he  would smash my face flat.(Appendix).

As per Ceylon Today report:
[Chairman of the Northern Provincial Council (NPC) C.V.K. Sivagnanam has said that generalization and coming to the conclusion that a revival of the LTTE is taking place in the country especially in the North is false.
He stressed that connecting the entire lot of rehabilitated LTTE militants with recent criminal activities in Jaffna is malicious and unreasonable and urged all concerned to refrain from doing so. ]
When the LTTE chose the armed pathway to express on behalf of the Tamil Community and did so without our approval, what choice did we – those who had invested in the lawful pathways to realising our Sovereignty,  have, of protesting against such representation which was taken advantage of by the Government and its supporters? If one part is damaged it affects the whole and rightly so.
The guy who  spoke to me the way he did – is the type recruited actively by the LTTE. Many of the villagers here did not think it was unusual. They are used to hearing such language from their own sons and younger brothers. Many said to me when they saw my distress, that the guy did not know to talk.  My response to them was – ‘That is fine; But don’t go asking for funds if you want to remain ‘free’ and ‘specialas per YOUR standards’.
Had the guy attacked me physically to protect himself from any attacks by me – that would have been less painful  to me than this. This guy was DISRESPECTFUL to a lady who has at all times conducted herself as a lady while staying here. But all that seemed lost on this guy and others – including the mothers and sisters in this community. As per their ‘vision’ respect is a commodity that they ought to be able to trade-off for money.
 Since that experience, through which I stood alone, except for the support of my husband who kept calling me from Sydney to find out whether I was ok and to listen to what I had to say, I have been standing alone and that is how the Northern Provincial Government which regularly receives my communications failed the test and certificate  of Good Governance from me – a Sovereign citizen. Had they sought to be good governors – they would have found the opportunity to discipline those who were breaching Jaffna’s traditional protocols.
On Sunday when the young son (about 12 years of age) of toddy tapper caste who now studies at Jaffna College – took his turn to assist the priest, inside the altar of our temple – I became tearful due to my mind still hurting from the above experience. Allowing the lower caste into the temple altar to assist the priest of higher caste was no mean achievement.  I was emotional due to the show of ‘loss’ of respect by that other guy on Saturday. When one is disrespectful and no one takes a public stand against it – it feels as if the whole is disrespectful. So what was my return for eliminating  the barriers of caste to establish merit based system of allocating status? – DISRESPECT. 
To that community LTTE leaders were respectable. If Velupillai Prabhakaran were to come here – these guys would stand up and salute. That is now our current culture. As I said over the weekend – if they were to mention  ‘Thunaivi’ to Chief Minister Wigneswaran – he was likely to ask ‘Thunaivi? Where is it?’  But he was the chosen one to open the cultural hall built by  a member of their Community Diaspora in Switzerland in honour of his late father. Our coordinator whose son was chosen by me to take his place inside the altar to assist the Priest – personally assisted Mr. Wigneswaran during the ceremony.  I became a nobody despite living here through all these security risks and innumerable physical inconveniences that I go through when staying here. But, the systematic approach through which I established that I would not be told that my property was common property – ‘free for all’ uses by this village of toddy tappers is the real value to the Tamil community and to Sri Lanka as a whole. I may get killed in the process – directly or indirectly  by the villagers, due to these guys being clueless as to how I would receive their communications and how their actions and communications would be received by me through my natural mind structure which is very different to theirs – more different than that of their parallel within the Sinhalese community. Once my self-respect goes down, my self-confidence goes down and my natural immunity against such threats goes down. THAT is the problem when we are ‘free’ without being conscious of higher status and the protocols that go with it. We infect each other.
In post-war Northern Sri Lanka – if LTTE are celebrated as heroes – then the likes of me who invested in the non-violent pathway of Peaceful Assembly to express my earned rights – become foreigners – as I have here in Thunaivi which is possessed by Toddy Tapper caste who condemned the Farmer caste on the basis of unjust discrimination but are themselves now treating me as an outcast.
As I kept saying to the folks here in the process of getting ready to complete this project – the guy Vasee was only the last piece through whom the common sentiments of the whole village were expressed. If I am an ‘insider’ then I am treated like any other parent – especially mothers in this community and as per that community – the mother is ‘told’ by sons who are physically strong.  If I am outsider – then when I am not here – my property becomes the property of those who use it through their physical powers to occupy and possess.
LTTE and other militant groups promoted the junior caste youth to senior positions due to their cleverness in using arms and ‘winning’ to show. Post war society has to now live with that with little  recourse to higher caste status through which authority would flow from senior to junior. Ex LTTE and their supporters are not the only ones suffering due to common debits. Eliminating the caste system without a merit based system of allocation of status disconnects us from our roots where seniors were respected by juniors. When we respect – we naturally inherit the structures of seniors.

This is the reality at this place for this generation. There is a structure through which they could learn how to integrate with wider society or continue as if I was never here. My project has become ‘Research’ project for all concerned and the real return for me is the ‘position’ of outsider allocated by this community which has no vision towards a better structure than they already have today. As I explained to our coordinator, the law abiding citizen and the law breaking citizen cannot be ‘free’ at the one place at the same time. One has to go for the other to survive. This applies to others involved in post-war development as a special project. The Truth we discover through such experiences – however painful they may be, becomes our Guru from then on.


Appendix


Kali-Vairavar Temple
                                                                                                            Thunaivi
                                                                                                            6 August 2017
OIC Vaddukoddai Police
Vaddukoddai Junction


Dear Officer,

Break and Enter / Trespass and Apprehended Violence Complaint

I am Mrs Gajalakshmi Paramasivam and when I come to Thunaivi, Vaddukoddai, I live at our cottage in our private temple grounds. Some youth have been giving us problems by coming into the temple to use their phones, chat and shout and show rowdy behaviour. Due to some damage when I came in May this year, I instructed that the gates be kept locked except for when someone wanted to pray. Part of the damage was to the fence constructed at a cost of around Rs.200,000 and the loss of solar light worth Rs.40,000

 Yesterday, around 5.45 a.m. – Mr. Rathinam who is in charge of locking the gates and turns on and off, the lights at our temple in Thunaivi drew my attention to the damage to our wire fence. While I was inspecting, Mr. Rathinam’s grand daughter Mrs. Atchutha Senthil who lives next door to me – also came out and she pointed to the fence further away from us and said that she saw a ‘gap’ there also. I looked but could not see the gap. When Mr. Rathinam and I went close to that part of the fence, we noticed the damage there also. Then I came back close to where Mrs. Atchutha Sentil was on the other side of our fence and asked her whether she was able to see that far.  Mrs. Atchutha Senthil  then said that she could.

A little later, Mr. Jegan, our Electrician cum plumber came and I was talking to him about more lighting for the area. The Mr. Vasee Vadivel came from the direction of Mr. Senthil’s home and he was carrying an electric drill in his hand. He has been warned many times even before we locked the gates – for him not to come to the temple except for praying and/or meditating. After the gates were locked they did not use the temple grounds as walkway. But yesterday, when I asked Mr. Vasee what he was doing inside my compound, he said that he was using the Common Pathway. He entered through one gap on the side of Mr. Senthil’s home and walked towards the other gap close to his (Mr. Vasee’s Home). I reminded him that it was private property and that he was acting unlawfully even after I had specifically asked them not to use our property. Then Mr. Vasee turned around and went back towards the gap in the fence through which he had entered.

I then said that his entry would have been recorded in the camera and that that also would be submitted to the Police along with my complaint and that might lead to thoughts of whether he had played a role in damaging our fence. Then Mr. Vasee shouted at me and asked ‘Are you saying that I cut the fence?’  I said I was saying that there was evidence that he had entered our premises unlawfully. Then Mr. Vasee said in a loud voice ‘I will smash your face flat’. I turned around and continued with my conversation with the Electrician – Mr. Jegan. I heard Mr. Vasee talk in a loud voice to the people who quickly gathered outside fence.

I have now taken footage of the above incident from our Security Camera. The night ones when the fence was damaged do not have enough lighting. Both are available and could be submitted to the Police if needed.

I am very concerned for my safety and if something happens to me I want the Police to take the above into consideration. We donated land to the People for post-war rehabilitation and this is what we get in return. I have complained previously also to the Police but they seem to not be concerned about it.  I have not been able to sleep and I keep a knife and a hammer to attack any intruder. The Government has failed to value my services here and since I don’t seem to be able to make a difference to the lives of these folks, I am seriously considering to reduce my service here to a minimum.  I seek to publish this – so that others will be warned of the risks here. As I have said many times last week to these folks – one day they are likely to have a case similar to the rape and murder of Miss Vithya Sivaloganathan.

The Women’s Association which was given the keys to the Development Secretariat – do not seem to do anything about these threats in the area. All they seem to do is to look for how to get funds and loans. That was not the purpose for which we donated part of the temple land. The conduct especially of youth in this high risk area – needs to confirm that the funds donated have been used on needs basis -   the fundamental need being to prevent future militancy.

The other complaint I have is the menace of pigeons that are groomed by Mr Senthil and Mrs. Atchutha Senthil along our boundary wall. The pigeons come and dirty our front veranda and I am tired of cleaning the place again and again. As you are aware – prevention of Dengue is Government’s priority in Health Service – and this pigeon problem enhances the risk of all types of health problems. I believe that one person’s pet should not be another’s nuisance.


Yours sincerely,


Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

CC: GA – Jaffna

        The Hon C.V.Wigneswaran,
         Chief Minister, Northern Province

         The Hon Ananthi Sasitharan
                   Minister of Women Affairs, Rehabilitation, Social Service
          Northern Province


Sunday, 6 August 2017






                                                                                Kali-Vairavar Temple
                                                                                                            Thunaivi
                                                                                                            6 August 2017
OIC Vaddukoddai Police
Vaddukoddai Junction


Dear Officer,

Break and Enter / Trespass and Apprehended Violence Complaint

I am Mrs Gajalakshmi Paramasivam and when I come to Thunaivi, Vaddukoddai, I live at our cottage in our private temple grounds. Some youth have been giving us problems by coming into the temple to use their phones, chat and shout and show rowdy behaviour. Due to some damage when I came in May this year, I instructed that the gates be kept locked except for when someone wanted to pray. Part of the damage was to the fence constructed at a cost of around Rs.200,000 and the loss of solar light worth Rs.40,000

 Yesterday, around 5.45 a.m. – Mr. Rathinam who is in charge of locking the gates and turns on and off, the lights at our temple in Thunaivi drew my attention to the damage to our wire fence. While I was inspecting, Mr. Rathinam’s grand daughter Mrs. Atchutha Senthil who lives next door to me – also came out and she pointed to the fence further away from us and said that she saw a ‘gap’ there also. I looked but could not see the gap. When Mr. Rathinam and I went close to that part of the fence, we noticed the damage there also. Then I came back close to where Mrs. Atchutha Sentil was on the other side of our fence and asked her whether she was able to see that far.  Mrs. Atchutha Senthil  then said that she could.

A little later, Mr. Jegan, our Electrician cum plumber came and I was talking to him about more lighting for the area. The Mr. Vasee Vadivel came from the direction of Mr. Senthil’s home and he was carrying an electric drill in his hand. He has been warned many times even before we locked the gates – for him not to come to the temple except for praying and/or meditating. After the gates were locked they did not use the temple grounds as walkway. But yesterday, when I asked Mr. Vasee what he was doing inside my compound, he said that he was using the Common Pathway. He entered through one gap on the side of Mr. Senthil’s home and walked towards the other gap close to his (Mr. Vasee’s Home). I reminded him that it was private property and that he was acting unlawfully even after I had specifically asked them not to use our property. Then Mr. Vasee turned around and went back towards the gap in the fence through which he had entered.

I then said that his entry would have been recorded in the camera and that that also would be submitted to the Police along with my complaint and that might lead to thoughts of whether he had played a role in damaging our fence. Then Mr. Vasee shouted at me and asked ‘Are you saying that I cut the fence?’  I said I was saying that there was evidence that he had entered our premises unlawfully. Then Mr. Vasee said in a loud voice ‘I will smash your face flat’. I turned around and continued with my conversation with the Electrician – Mr. Jegan. I heard Mr. Vasee talk in a loud voice to the people who quickly gathered outside fence.

I have now taken footage of the above incident from our Security Camera. The night ones when the fence was damaged do not have enough lighting. Both are available and could be submitted to the Police if needed.

I am very concerned for my safety and if something happens to me I want the Police to take the above into consideration. We donated land to the People for post-war rehabilitation and this is what we get in return. I have complained previously also to the Police but they seem to not be concerned about it.  I have not been able to sleep and I keep a knife and a hammer to attack any intruder. The Government has failed to value my services here and since I don’t seem to be able to make a difference to the lives of these folks, I am seriously considering to reduce my service here to a minimum.  I seek to publish this – so that others will be warned of the risks here. As I have said many times last week to these folks – one day they are likely to have a case similar to the rape and murder of Miss Vithya Sivaloganathan.

The Women’s Association which was given the keys to the Development Secretariat – do not seem to do anything about these threats in the area. All they seem to do is to look for how to get funds and loans. That was not the purpose for which we donated part of the temple land. The conduct especially of youth in this high risk area – needs to confirm that the funds donated have been used on needs basis -   the fundamental need being to prevent future militancy.

The other complaint I have is the menace of pigeons that are groomed by Mr Senthil and Mrs. Atchutha Senthil along our boundary wall. The pigeons come and dirty our front veranda and I am tired of cleaning the place again and again. As you are aware – prevention of Dengue is Government’s priority in Health Service – and this pigeon problem enhances the risk of all types of health problems. I believe that one person’s pet should not be another’s nuisance.


Yours sincerely,



Gajalakshmi Paramasivam
CC: GA – Jaffna
        The Hon C.V.Wigneswaran,
         Chief Minister, Northern Province

         The Hon Ananthi Sasitharan
                   Minister of Women Affairs, Rehabilitation, Social Service
          Northern Province



Friday, 4 August 2017

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

04 August 2017

Boat People are the Heirs of White Settlers

The Australian Government’s advertisement, discouraging Sri Lankans from setting foot on Australian soil, through pathways outside the official process caught my attention as our train from Colombo got closer and closer to Jaffna.  I do not know whether they were on the walls of stations close to Colombo. But the ads did not feel ‘right’. The law and its custodians do not always lead us to Truth. They help us travel together. As a society, if majority Sri Lankans do not consciously follow the Common law,  then the lawful pathway may need to be set aside for personal peace of mind. Where that happens to successfully lead one to Truth – that person becomes an Equal facility as the Government in relation to that issue. Hence the role of NGOs in conflict-ridden parts of the world.

As per news reports under the heading ‘Donald Trump told Malcolm Turnbull ‘you are worse than I am’ in January phone call’, our Australian Prime Minister said to the American President:
[TURNBULL: Absolutely. We have, as you know, taken a very strong line on national security and border protection here and when I was speaking with Jared Kushner just the other day and one of your immigration advisers in the White House we reflected on how our policies have helped to inform your approach. We are very much of the same mind. It is very interesting to know how you prioritise the minorities in your Executive Order. This is exactly what we have done with the program to bring in 12,000 Syrian refugees, 90% of which will be Christians. It will be quite deliberate and the position I have taken — I have been very open about it — is that it is a tragic fact of life that when the situation in the Middle East settles down — the people that are going to be most unlikely to have a continuing home are those Christian minorities. We have seen that in Iraq and so from our point of view, as a final destination for refugees, that is why we prioritise. It is not a sectarian thing. It is recognition of the practical political realities. We have a similar perspective in that respect.]

Well, on factual basis Buddhism Foremost is part of the Constitution of Sri Lanka. All minorities in terms of religion, including Muslims  are adversely affected by this Article in the Sri Lankan Constitution the influence of which is often seen in practice.  Effectively therefore – Mr. Turnbull is claiming to practice Religion based discrimination which to my mind is in breach of  Australia’s  Racial Discrimination Act 1975.  
Recently, my attention was drawn to the Island article : ‘50 years on: LGB&T equality brings success’, by James Dauris – the British High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, in which the High Commissioner states:
[Today we take pride in the UK’s commitment to non-discrimination on any grounds, including sexual orientation and gender identity. We talk openly about our commitment to promoting and protecting rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) people, recognizing not only that they deserve to be accorded the same dignity, respect and rights as other citizens, but that it’s in all of our interests that this is so.]

With the Queen as our Monarch, the UK is the Big Brother of Australia. Britain seems to be blind to the repeated failures by Australia to uphold the principles on which Racial Discrimination Act 1975 is based. As a victim of the government’s negligence of its duty to this Law, I noted the following in response to the above claim by the British High Commissioner:

[A law could cause unjust discrimination problem or it could cure one. Where a law is used to show one’s cleverness and/or higher authority, it often leads to unjust discrimination. Gay marriages becoming lawful have the potential for  Equal status being taken where, as per the Truth – the individual has benefited from the sacrifices made by her/his parents in man-woman marriages. It’s a greater challenge to know the feelings of those of another culture. Gender is also a reason why there are cultural differences at the surface level. Physical differences  are the source of attraction as well as unjust discrimination.
The example of this in terms of immigration is the Equal Opportunity Laws which actually require seniors at a place, to forego their seniority and treat new arrivals as Equals. If Sinhalese were first in Southern Sri Lanka and Tamils in Northern Sri Lanka, democracy requires them to treat the other side as Equals instead of their ‘juniors’. The reason is the unknown credits and debits of the new arrivals which could lead to damaging their self-respect and therefore of the whole.  Tamils of Northern Sri Lanka who sought separation would have difficulty adjusting to the laws of Democracy in their new Western Nations where Equality is actively promoted by Governments. One could not be Equal and Senior at the same time within a global context. Hence most continue to live as Sri Lankans, Tamils or Sinhalese when it comes to Governance issues. It’s living in the past and that is ok – so long as we do not enforce it on others in our current environments.
Gay partnerships continue to be in the minority and hence  carry the risk of unjust discrimination. The laws of Nature do not discriminate between minority-majority, man-woman, senior-junior. If one is Naturally gay – it is her/his right to be so. But when those rights are indiscriminately mixed with the protocols of  man-woman marriage groups – there are risks of unjust discrimination by those who are used to taking senior positions in the traditional family structures without having earned  those senior positions and just discrimination by those who have earned those higher positions through personal sacrifice to enjoy unregulated natural pleasures.
In the above example, the laws of Equality when applied at the surface level are likely to not have Truth as the basis. Seniors often have to use the law even when their personal Truth says otherwise. Mr. Turnbull failed that test of leadership.

On the basis of Australians as a whole – our pathways is different to that of Britain. Our early settlers who are our elders in immigration did arrive by Boat. No law has the right to deny that to the heirs of those early settlers of Australia. Many of them were outlawed by the British system. Mr. Turnbull has spoken as one of those Seniors in authority instead of those who made a home in Australia, from a negative reputation at the beginning. LTTE may be Terrorists to majority Sinhalese even though the JVP (Sinhalese militants) also chose the same pathway. As per the laws of nature – relativity above the line of Common Belief needs to be transparent on merit basis applied on level playing field. But within Common Belief – it needs to be confidential – as if one part is helping the other before publishing the final outcome of the whole.

As per published news :
[The Washington Post obtained the transcript of the January 28 call between Mr Turnbull and Mr Trump days after the US President’s inauguration.
The transcript of the call is based on records kept by White House note-takers monitoring the President’s phone calls called a “memorandum of conversation.”
The newspaper said the classified transcript had been reviewed and classified Trump’s National Security Council chief of staff, retired Lt. General Keith Kellogg Jr.
It said these transcripts were commonly circulated to White House staff and senior policymakers.]
The fact that the material has not been kept confidential confirms that Americans have paid lip service to Transparency or that Australia was not part of their inner circle bound by Common Belief.  That Truth now comes out. 

By failing to honour our Australian ancestors who arrived by Boat – Mr. Turnbull has confirmed lack of depth in his own commitment to the whole of Australia – beyond time barriers. He sounds more British than Australian – including through his show of commitment to Christianity.  A true Australian would value Boat arrivals as the heirs of early settlers and leave them to face the challenges with least help from the Government. Boat arrivals are more likely to set up home quickly in Australia – due to the problems faced. Those problems could include possible rejection as per global laws – but Australian leaders do not have the authority to anticipate negative contribution from such arrivals at a higher rate than immigrants through other channels who may have not endured enough difficulties to come past the economic barrier. In this instance the businessman in Mr. Turnbull seems to have suppressed the humanitarian leader needed by Australia, in terms of refugees. Our ancestors would invoke the right kind of powers to support 'outcasts' to become good and progressive citizens.