Friday, 19 July 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

19 July  2019

Is the Law proposed to be the Boss of the President of Sri Lanka?

As per my interpretation of the Media Release dated 18 July 2019, and headed ‘THE NEED FOR A NON PARTISAN PRESIDENCY’ – by the National Peace Council of Sri Lanka, the Council is seeking change of structure through 20th Amendment to the Constitution as follows:
[The National Peace Council, therefore, calls for a 20th Amendment to the constitution by which any person elected as the president would be required by law to step down from all party political positions and be a non-partisan president who works for the well being of all. ]

To my mind this amounts to cheating. An elected President is a reflection of the Truth – taking Sri Lanka as One body/Family/Nation. The parallel of President  at electorate level is the elected member of Parliament. The Prime Minister is elected by the party with majority seats. The fact that Sri Lanka has the President from one party and the Prime Minister from another confirms the Truth – that the Parliament is vastly different to the collective thinking of Sri Lankans.

The constitution helps the nation develop a higher thinking President. Hence the two alternatives are Truth and Law. An elected President confirms the Truth. A lawful President confirms our ultimate goal – i.e. the level at which we want seek our consolidated Truth to be seen by ourselves in common and by others. To be latter – the elected President needs to carry in her/his heart – the highest developed citizen without any political portfolio.  This is not possible in Sri Lanka by a Buddhist - when the President bows to Buddhist clergy in political affairs. The difference is whether the leader is visible god possessed by the leadership or Abstract Philosophy accessible to all.

As per Hindu Philosophy – we are all god. One who identifies with her/his truth identifies with  the pathway to access Universal Power of One God/Truth/Love.

In the human structure this is represented by One brain through which we perceive the world that we are part of . When we perceive it as per our five senses – the risk of divided / split personality  - scientifically recognized as Dissociative Identity Disorder is high. One way to prevent it is to follow the Due Processes of a structure by the person / group driven by brain. Copying other brains without belief also amounts to being strongly sense driven.

Truth unites us naturally. But there may not be enough members through whom to expressly share  our truth. Say for example – the true work of the National Peace Council  while having the power to unite the nation – is not likely to  have enough believers if the leader of the Council were to seek the endorsement of the People, through majority vote. A President who ‘includes’ both in her/him – is the ideal.

Due to Buddhism foremost clause in the Constitution – the Common work of non-Buddhists will not empower a leader who expressly bows to Buddhist clergy. Likewise the work of non-Hindus in majority Tamil Political areas.  Special status to one naturally separates that one from the rest.
To my mind, when Democracy is used by someone who is naturally autocratic – s/he develops into a split personality.  This becomes more and more apparent with age in repetitive learners  until they think they are free to do as they thought  because they are leaders. We saw this happen in Sri Lanka, in October last year.

The most recent example of the Prime Minister also being at the risk of separatism was revealed as follows:

[ Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has advised State Minister Ranjan Ramanayake to refrain from utterances that would hurt the feelings of the Maha Sangha in future, it was revealed today. ]
The State Minister’s response is reported as follows:
[“The Premier told me not to hurt the Maha Sangha and asked me as to what exactly I said in my statement. I told him that I never used the word Maha Sangha but used the word ‘those who are in saffron robes," the State Minister told journalists after coming out of the meeting with the Premier. 
“I showed Mr. Wickremesinghe a file which contained details on monks who have been abused by chief incumbents of temples and he was shocked by it,” he added. Mr. Ramanayake said he would only tender an apology to those monks who practice the teachings of the Buddha but would not apologise to monks who behave in an aggressive manner in public.]

If the Prime Minister was shocked by the misconduct of Buddhist clergy – then he has been ignoring /forgetting the truth that some  Buddhist clergy have been in Politics – especially in terms of promoting - Sinhala only Sri Lanka. This happens when one forgets her/his ‘other role’. That which has been raised to the higher level – would not be separated. Those that exist as individuals – would forget the less important role. Right now the Prime Minister is in political mode and hence Buddhists have become more important than the common citizen driven by Truth or Common Law.

An elected person can only be dismissed / demoted by the electorate. That is the limit place on us by Democracy. Demotion is part of the dismissal process. Hence to demote by law AFTER election – is to cheat. It is in effect negates the validity of article 35 – according to which the President is immune from prosecution. Using the law to promote is effectively to prosecute – with the law in the middle. When used in Administration – the Law becomes the President’s boss.

The proposal by National Peace Council makes a mockery of Democracy  in which we separate once we grow taller than the Parent / Leader. Hence the Separation of Powers between the Judiciary and the Executive.

Thursday, 18 July 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

18 July  2019

Refugees v Orphans

This morning’s  mail brought communication regarding Tamil refugees in Indonesia. Yesterday there was one regarding a Vietnamese lady and the email was headed ‘AUSTRALIA -- Catholic baby in detention rushed to hospital’. There is the continuous consciousness of the victims of war who have a need. So how do we share our resources?

As I often say – the three levels are as per the ‘seen’, the known and the truth. I tend to be driven by my truth these days because that is the most peaceful pathway. At the seen level – one has to have belief  based emotions to be a genuine contributor.  Initially they are our immediate family. We did sponsor family members who were affected and were at the risk of becoming greater victims if they remained in Sri Lanka. But personally, that experience brought us unhappiness – due to huge gaps between our expectations from them and theirs from us. As per our knowledge, we are not the only sponsors to experience this disappointment.

Majority members of the Sri Lankan Tamil community have been adversely affected by the war in Sri Lanka. The way we experienced the pain and loss would vary not only as per the externally visible damages but more deeply due to loss of value in our investment in our own culture. This is true not only of members of the Tamil Diaspora but also of politicians and others in Sri Lanka who abuse global resources – especially global laws and principles  must underpin our community based actions at global level. In other words, we need our own parallel of Thesawalamai to sustain our ability to resource such victims who leave Sri Lanka. This is essential if Tamils are to rank ahead of other communities – such as the Vietnamese Catholic.

Our contributions need to be true for their power to be naturally universal. True contributions result in the power of our contributions extending beyond the local at current times and/or being preserved for time-based sharing by our heirs. Our true heirs are those who have a genuine need for our services and are able to independently access them. That connection happens through the Universal power of truth.

Tamils who were persecuted by Tamil militants are also victims of war. Their immediate refuge must come from Tamils opposed to militants. This diversity is essential if we are to not make the same mistakes that the Sinhalese government made – to show unity. Mr Wigneswaran is also calling for that kind of unity against TNA. The core reason I identify with is the ‘free’ and unregulated mind environment in which infections happen. By promoting LTTE leader - Mr Wigneswaran promoted militancy above higher education. This kind of easy credit turns youth away from the harder pathway of higher education.

Militants tend to ‘find fault’ at the primary level. Recently, when we were buying goods for our opportunity shop in Vaddukoddai in Northern Sri Lanka, the young mother was demonstrating strong attachment to the goods without realising that if she did not sell them – she would need to given them away free. But her older husband was generous and brought the price down. When he heard that it was for ‘service’ purposes – he said ‘take them free’. But I took them as One unit and found the middle way out. I paid more than he stated but without finding fault with the wife. In fact when the husband said that his wife was ‘attached’ to most of the things – I understood that and said I was also like that in my younger days. Even now, there are some items that I withdraw when I do not feel that they would be valued by the purchaser. To me that valuation needs to be total – starting with the one who made that item. But by not finding fault with the wife – I was able to include her . The money was paid to the husband.

The parallel of that in refugees and orphans is to include those who expect as per the successful applicants – but show the outcomes not at their level but at the higher thinking  leadership  level. That level needs to be made up of successful applicants who include the juniors as part of themselves. As a refugee seeking community – we need to be true to ourselves to preserve our natural sovereignty.
The fact that India that gave us refuge more than any other country has not included Chennai as a destination connecting to Northern airport at Palaly – confirms that they also feel disappointed and unhappy with the Sri Lankan Tamil community. (Ref Hindustani Times article Flights soon from Sri Lanka’s Jaffna to 4 Indian cities but not Chennai. Here’s why)

Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

17 July  2019

Religious Universities & Cultural Laws
I believe that truth is Universal power. Those who live in truth do not need external laws but usually the conduct of such folks would  be in harmony with any reliable law. Universities are institutions that have as their core purpose – the seeking  and finding of truth.

The Sharia University in Eastern Sri Lanka has attracted much attention after the Easter bombings this year. That institution does not qualify as a Sri Lankan University for the simple reason that it was funded by Saudi Arabia. To be Sri Lankan, it needs to be resourced by Sri Lankans. When ownership is recognized  largely at money level – it leads to radicalization. Likewise Administration by majority rule.

Customary laws are part of Sri Lankan governance. But they tend to also alienate the practitioner from other cultures and from wider world where common law is practised. This isolation combined with unearned authority, results in a pattern of behaviour that we often describe as  radicalisation.

The example that comes to mind is the treatment of Throupthi – the wife of five Pandava princes in the legend Mahabharatham. When she was to be stripped in the then parallel of today’s parliament, Throupathi argued that she was not a vasthu / thing. In Hinduism – mother is recognized  as Shakthi / Energy  - due to her lesser apparent status despite performing at the same level or higher than her husband. In essence this means that  earned  benefits foregone get converted as Energy. It is this Energy that becomes common power.

In Sri Lanka, minorities became Equal Opposition in National Parliament due to this Energy. Any minority who has foregone earned benefits becomes such Energy which is Universal power.

University of Jaffna happened due to such power that educated Tamils had. But when revenge was taken by militants – that true ownership power became a possessive tendency. Tamil investment in higher education was demoted from Shakthi / Energy to ownership by possession. One of the internal causes is education for money.

The Sharia University confirms money for education. Muslims are not the only ones in Sri Lanka to become radicalized. Buddhists who enforce their laws and thoughts through unearned authority – are also Radicals. One radical does not have the authority of Truth to punish another radical.

Religion and Culture help us find the truth and to that extent universities catering to particular cultures are healthy. Easter bombings do question the validity of the title ‘university’ to the Sharia institution. Likewise the armed militancy in Northern Sri Lanka – that has a Hindu University. A community that demonstrates  physical violence loses the deservedness to University education. Buddhist  Sri Lanka led the way to establishment of Universities that would promote radicalization – which is a disease caused by mixing systems at the primary level. In this instance Buddhism and Democracy were mixed at the primary level. The current president – Mr Sirisena himself was jailed for JVP activities when he was 19. Secular education and Politics mixed at primary level – confirm radicalization. This has now translated as the President claiming that drug offenders were the cause of Easter bombings.

Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

16 July  2019

Eliminate Drugs & Eliminate Executive Presidency

I must say that  I was rather shocked to read the headlines ‘Drug gangs behind Sri Lanka Easter bombings, president claims’. If the President is of such mind structure – then one is entitled  to conclude that majority Sri Lankans are also of that mind structure. To me that is essentially the message in the saying ‘When in Rome, do as Romans do’. I needed to therefore become the opposition at that level of mind structure.

I learnt about this by living in Toddy Tapper village of Thunaivi. Initially our cultures were very different. But for every positive step they took to meet me I took many more to meet them. Due to isolation being the easier way out for them to escape discipline by seniors in the community – they placed a ceiling on their mental development. But many in my educated group continue to pretend that this separation does not exist.

Recently when reading through a speech by Mr Wigneswaran at Chulipuram not far from my base in Thunaivi, I realised that Mr Wigneswaran was demonstrating greater  awareness  of the problems of sections of the Tamil Diaspora from that area than the problems of locals. Education was his suggested recommendation to this area – which includes victims of rape by their own relatives. I learnt by living in Thunaivi that education without belief in those who gave us educational structures leads to abuse of information. It is when we respect those who developed those structures that we take knowledge with that power to discipline ourselves. Sharing structures requires common belief.

Chulipuram’s Victoria College is the alma mater of  the Hon Appapillai Amirthalingam as well as that of Mrs Ananthi  Sasitharan – who was promoted to Ministerial position during Mr Wigneswaran’s  leadership as Chief Minister of Northern Province of Sri Lanka. The question that comes to mind is – When Mrs Sasitharan was promoted, did Mr Wigneswaran require an elected representative to demonstrate commitment to higher thinking – through education ? As per the outcome one is entitled to conclude that he did not.

Mrs Ananthi Sasitharan’s credentials in this regard are presented as follows:

[Ananthi was educated at Victoria College, Chulipuram. Whilst at school she met Velayutham Sasitharan (alias Elilan) who was active in the political wing of the rebel LTTE. Ananthi fell in love with Elilan but Elilan told her to concentrate on her studies. After school Ananthi studied accountancy but gave this up in 1992 after getting a job at the Jaffna District Secretariat]

In his speech, Mr Wigneswaran blames the 30 year war for the backward movement of the Northern folks. This therefore includes LTTE leadership as a causal force. There is clear evidence of this from the records in Jaffna ledgers (mental  libraries) – confirming  that the LTTE distracted youth from schools. One of them actually killed Appapillai Amirthalingam 30 years ago. His details are as follows:

[Rasiah Aravintharajah alias “Visu” hailed from an upper-middle class family at Vathiri in the Vadamarachchi sector of the Jaffna District. He abandoned higher studies and joined the LTTE after the anti-Tamil pogrom of July 1983. Visu obtained weapons training as part of the LTTE’s second batch of recruits from the Indian military at Juwalamukhi in Himachal Pradesh,  NorthIndia. After training, Visu returned to Sri  Lanka and worked under Gopalswamy Mahendrarajah alias Mahathaya who was the LTTE commander for the Wanni region at that time. ] DBS Jeyaraj

By killing the Hon Appapillai Amirthalingam who raised his mind through higher education from a humble beginning, LTTE killed education energy itself. Yet Mr Wigneswaran refers to LTTE leader as Thambi – younger brother. When we become dependent on younger relatives we promote reverse autocracy. In contrast, I  distance myself from juniors who indicate such tendency.

I find the parallel of the above in President Sirisena who is reported to have stated that ‘the leading Buddhist monk Omalpe Sobitha had advised him to resume hangings and not to abandon his war on narcotics

The stand that the Ven Omalpe Sobitha took in this regard is presented as follows:

[Sobitha Thero played a key role in bringing a new government to power in 2015 by defeating Mahinda Rajapaksa. He supported the common candidate Maithripala Sirisena for the presidency, and Ranil Wickremesinghe to form a new government and campaigned for the release of Sarath Fonseka. The Thero was an ardent campaigner against the executive presidential system of Sri Lanka and acquired a reputation for his stand on social justice and for educating the youth on the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse.] Wikipedia

If  the Buddhist monk was Mr Sirisena’s guru then Mr Sirisena ought to have renounced he powers of Executive Presidential system and used governance powers of transformation instead of threats of  Death Penalty which are part of the Executive Presidential system which resulted in the deaths of civilians in the ethnic war.

Truth is the basis of Good Governance.

Monday, 15 July 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

15 July  2019

The Global Tamil & Mr Boris Johnson
This morning I received an email headed ‘BORIS  JOHNSON .....and the revenge of the Turks!’. I included Mr Johnson in one of my email lists to share my feelings based thoughts on Tamils and Sinhalese of British origin who have made strong impact with the British. Truth being Universal – I feel that even if my emails are not read – the positions held by the recipients would be strengthened by the power of true sharing. I do receive acknowledgements without fail and that to me is confirmation of orderly administration at the primary level. At the other end – is belief based sharing without any form to confirm such sharing. To the extent I am genuine – I believe that the other side receives it. This may or may not be the individual named therein but the position or beyond that the issue of ethnic diversity. It could have been Mr Navin Dissanayake who is part of the Sri Lankan government  and who did respond in his own way.
I believe that every completed interaction empowers the relationship and that every completed relationship empowers common ownership. I completed mine with Mr Navin’s father the Hon Gamini Dissanayake who was our Law lecturer at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Sri Lanka. I believe that all that also contributed to the Hon Gamini Dissanayake supporting  Tamil Politicians to take their due place in Sri Lankan politics, which is presented by Mr DBS Jeyaraj as follows in his recent article about Mr Amirthalingam:

[Former Mahaweli Development Minister Gamini Dissanayake was strongly supportive of the Indo-Lanka Accord and resultant peace efforts. He played a prominent role in encouraging self-exiled TULF leaders to return and be re-absorbed into the political mainstream during the latter stages of the J.R. Jayewardene Government. Gamini Dissanayake in 1988 took the initiative in ensuring the security of TULF leaders when he was a minister.]

With this sharing of commonness as my investment in Mr Borris Johnson my interests were drawn by the message ‘In a few days from now, Ali Kemal Bey’s great grandson, Boris Johnson, may become Prime Minister of the UK!’
The message was based on the write up by Dr Norman Finkelstein – an American of Jewish origin who is reported to have been banned in 2008 from entering Israel for 10 years for criticizing Israeli policies. The Facebook message in essence is as follows:

[At this time a century ago, the Interior Minister of Turkey was Ali Kemal Bey, who had established the Anglophile Society, advocating that Turkey become a British protectorate (like Kuwait, Qatar and Johor were at that time). He was hopelessly on the wrong side of history!
When Atatürk completed the reconquest of Turkey from British, French, Italian, Greek and Armenian control in November 1922, Atatürk’s colleague, General Nureddin, had Ali Kemal captured; he was then lynched and hanged from a tree.
In a few days from now, Ali Kemal Bey’s great grandson, Boris Johnson, will become Prime Minister of the UK! (Ali Kemal’s son, Osman Wilfred Kemal, changed his name to Wilfred Johnson, taking his maternal grandmother’s maiden name).
Ali Kemal was a journalist and politician, just as his grandson Stanley Johnson was. Stanley’s sons, Boris and Jo, are both former journalists and ministers, and their sister, Rachel Sabiha Johnson, carries Ali Kemal’s second wife’s name as her middle name!]

To my mind, the above is a clear confirmation of dual-policy mind that develops dual personalities – when duality is stronger than commonness. Truth makes us common. When we are dual – and we are taken as policy makers  or academic leaders – we develop our other side position – the same way I develop the common reader in my writing work. There are takers at various levels and at the point I read mine  Dr Finkelstein ‘s had 94 Comments and 273 Shares. The one who passed on to me was one of them and of Sri Lankan Tamil origin and this risk of duality  is of concern to me.
In that response to  Sri Lankan Minister Mr Navin Dissanayake, I included the following:
[As for the Kingdom of Kandy – A few years back I wrote referring to  the last king of Kandy ‘King Vickrama Rajasinha’ as per Wikipedia. Months later when I was looking for accommodation I came across Raja House about which experience I later wrote as follows last year:
 I felt that I received the blessings of the above King when I was looking for accommodation in Colombo a couple of years back and my usual host was away in London. I found the place called ‘Raja House’ along Rajasinghe Road in Colombo 6 – commonly known as Tamil suburb. The morning after my arrival – I discovered the pictures of Sri Wickrama Rajasingha wearing the ‘Pottu’ – representing the third eye and usually worn by Hindus. As per my experience, Sinhalese do not wear the Pottu and hence the Pottu became a feature through which Tamil women were identified more easily by attackers in Colombo. I recall that in 1977 when I was pregnant with my daughter Gayathri – I consciously removed the Pottu when going to work – so there was less risk of me becoming the target of those attacking Tamils. Had King Rajasingha manifested in Colombo as he was when he passed away on 30 January 1832, it is likely that he would have been butchered on the roads of Colombo while commuting between work and home.’]

We do carry certain cultural marks reflecting our identities. But once we emigrate and become ‘common’ those marks are like the planetary positions in our horoscopes. If driven more by the horoscope than by the present – we go back living in the past. This is a block in realising the full value of our present.

Let us take for example the following example of a Tamil leader Sir Ponnambalam Ramanathan  who is the closest Tamil parallel of Mr Johnson I can think of right now and who is reported to have been described by the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Ceylon / Sri Lanka  and the founder of Mr Navin Dissanayake’s political party  – the Hon D S Senanayake as "the greatest Ceylonese of all times".

The following confirms that the commonness was through the merger of Western culture with Hindu spiritual life.

[Ramanathan was made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in the 1889 Birthday Honours. He was made a Knight Bachelor in 1921. Ramanathan founded two schools in northern Ceylon – Parameshwara College, Jaffna and Ramanathan College. In 1907 Ramanathan rebuilt the Sri Ponnambala Vaneswara Temple at Sea Street in Kochchikade, founded by his father. He helped establish the Hindu Education Board in 1923 and served as its president and manager of schools. He was also president of the Thiruvalluvar Maha Sabai in Madras.  Ramanathan and other leading figures founded The Ceylonese, an English-language newspaper, in 1913. He was president of the Tamil Union Cricket and Athletic Club from 1917 to 1930. Ramanathan opposed extending voting rights to the people and urged reservation of franchise only to men of the Vellalar caste.] Wikipedia
If we now criticize now – the caste based structure – we become time based dual citizens. One creates the other unless we merge through the truth from the past into our present. That truth is there as the invisible energy. If we show it in our current life – we lose the higher enjoyment through commonness.

The problem at the University of NSW got worse due to American trained academic / Vice Chancellor  of Australian origin - who knew very little about the then current needs of the University but used the language of democracy through his autocratic position. Even though of Sri Lankan origin I had become more Australian than the American of Australian origin. Hence I invoked Australian powers to which I also had contributed. This warned me against hasty actions in Northern Sri Lanka  where citizens are highly conscious of militant power. This includes University of Jaffna established by energy of  the greatest Ceylonese.

To be a uniting force – current custodians of power of the University need to feel connect to the founders. That is when militants earn the name ‘freedom fighters’ instead of terrorists.
If Mr Johnson does merge his ancestries – then he would contribute strongly to merger of Islamic and Christian cultures.

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

15 July  2019

The Immigrant’s Mind

SBS News Reports that - ‘Migrants don’t actually threaten Australian workers’ jobs, new analysis reveals. I already know this through my own experience. It would be easy for someone to say that a migrant from economically poorer county is better off in Australia because the dollar value of the income is greater. But the real value is the consolidated value of feeling of ownership; status and objectively measurable income such as money.

The ultimate reality is the feeling of ownership. Once we own – others work becomes ours – with or without money and status movements. As per a video clip sent by Tamil Diaspora leader Rajasingham Jayadevan , one who is connected to Universal Power has the capability of acquiring a loved one’s physical ailment as  hers/his. I know this through my own experience – largely as a mother. We believe in group prayers for this reason. Development of this common faith is essential in any family, institution and nation. Otherwise we merely coexist. I identified with this power and my own membership at that ultimate level after reading accounts of Swami Sathya Sai Baba’s miraculous healings – of mind and body.  Mine were largely mind related but from time to time I could identify with such sharing in the case of my grandchildren. Now I realize that when I have the pain – the other person is beginning to heal. This is the natural power of true Love.

I believe that my investment in higher education in Sri Lanka – which was not recognized here in Australia became a true power when I continued to work at the professional level even though I was paid much less than my White Australian counterpart – producing similar work. My supervisors who ‘filled’ that gap as per their influence within the organization became partners in that energy. Those who failed because I was not important to them – missed the opportunity to be co-owners. At the University of NSW I felt compelled to share my truth. When I left the University after feeling that I was still taken at lesser value – they became distant relatives who did not have the power I had, to protect the higher education values and hence were limited to their own powers which seriously damaged their reputation. Universities are the most apparent institutions through whom we share Universal powers. But every place where we  research and discover truth and then share such truth with others – is a University. This could be just an email or Facebook. But the sharing needs to be Truth and not mere data. The latter is the parallel of plagiarism at Universities.
As a migrant – I have actually cost employers less for professional outcomes which elevates Australian standards. My commitment to family as per my cultural beliefs – led o natural sharing of the ‘gap’ in benefits with those in my circle of faith. This is how the second generation of such migrants who have foregone at Equal level – earn much more than the first generation.  To many this is limited to family and community. To some  - it extends far beyond.

To the extent such seniors’ ownership power is stronger than that of those who work merely for money – Australia accumulates positive value through immigration. Mr Howard had negative value in this aspect and hence his dismissal by the electorate. His Sri Lankan parallels are Mr SWRD Bandaranaike and Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa. In all cases – they went against their own past as migrants. But the Land knows. The voter who feels ownership has the power to defeat such leaders.
When ‘White Only’ and  ‘Buddhism Foremost’ orders are enforced on other cultures – through the Constitution, we disconnect with those who live close to the land. A migrant true to her/himself would recognize that they damaged the opportunities from those to whom that land was sacred. White Australians are migrants who have the duty to uphold migrant pathways as being separate to indigenous pathways which tend to be ‘natural’ and therefore are close to Absolute value. Those who respect indigenous Australians as their seniors and elders share in that natural value. Likewise in Sri Lanka Buddhists are migrants. They have the duty to promote the migrant pathway and not assume natural powers that are held by Veddhas. The Sri Lankan constitution itself denies Indigenous Sri Lankans – the foremost place as Nature Worshippers. Hence the ethnic problems due to lack of respect to natural owners. There is no place for Prescription  Ordinance in the law books of Sri Lanka if there is no recognition of  right to governance through belief.
Some of us become true Australians by including the weaknesses of senior migrants as ours. In truth we are the seniors in human resources whereas those who occupied the senior positions before us become juniors. They are elevated to equal position by the system of Democracy. This requires Separation of Powers. Seniors often like to continue to be seniors and hence panic when there are increases in juniors.

Paying less than the worth of the work is to cheat common ownership. The result is ethnic conflict which is beyond the power of the government.

If Indigenous Australians and Sri Lankans had insisted on White Australians and Buddhists becoming hunters  and nature worshippers – there would have been no leadership positions for Mr Howard, Mr Banadaranaike or Mr Rajapaksa. Tomorrow’s leader may be of Indian culture  believing in the land called Australia or Tamil believing in the land called Sri Lanka. A country that produces this outcome – confirms success through democracy – as Americans did. Tamils becoming leading Opposition in Parliament of Sri Lanka – confirmed the true Democratic powers of Sri Lankans. By enforcing himself into that position, Mr Rajapaksa confirmed weaker democratic powers and hence the weakening of Governing  power of the Sri Lankan government. In effect the minds disconnected and hence the lack of Intelligence sharing through Natural Governance. Hence the Easter attacks were not prevented but were left to natural forces of avoidance of the unknown. Hence Mr Sirisena went into hiding – as did Mr Rajapaksa when the LTTE were defeated.

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

14 July  2019

Separatism Or Separation of Powers?

Separatism at the primary level becomes destructive when combined indiscriminately with status of authority. Separation of Powers on the other hand is the confirmation of  Belief raised to the power of philosophy. The difference is one is seen only and the other is given form only when needed. At other times it exists as abstract.

DBS Jeyaraj for example states in his article headed : ‘How LTTE murdered senior Tamil leader Amirthalingam 30 years ago…’ , states as follows:

[The TULF that won 18 seats at the 1977 polls contesting on a separatist platform had been out of Parliament earlier for six years.] -
I always took the Vaddukoddai Resolution 1976 as a claim for Separation of Powers. But through the above, Mr Jeyaraj is confirming that he took it as ‘separatism platform’. When Tamil Political group won the position of Opposition in 1977 – it confirmed to me that the claimants and their supporters were seeking a declaration of Separation of Powers.
To my mind therefore – each time the community accepts leadership by armed group – they have separated from the path of the intellectual who is capable of carrying a discovery as abstract philosophy.

The problem for Tamil politicians was that they themselves failed to practice this Doctrine of Separation of Powers between themselves as politicians and the armed militants. Mr Yogeswaran, like Mr Wigneswaran – wanted to be popular with both sides. The  Assassination happened due to this internal weakness within the leading Tamil political group.  He exempted the LTTE  members from the ‘security checks’ . When LTTE that lived by the gun asked for exemption – Mr Yogeswaran ought to have been alerted – due to  the simple reason that the LTTE would not so exempt an opposition. Every diverse group is Opposition to majority group in a society. As in Prescriptive rights – the Separation of Powers  comes from being adverse. To my mind, THIS was the power that promoted Tamil Politicians who did not take an eye for an eye to Equal Opposition level in National Parliament.

Today we bought some toys in a Garage Sale here in Sydney. The happiness I felt when the toys were within our budget – was the same as when I buy for my grandchildren. The kids in Northern Sri Lanka who feel happy also become my grandchildren. We are diverse in our pathways. But to the extent the toys are affordable to the parents the extra cost becomes the Energy that binds us – as if they are our family. That is how exponential system works. But the two systems need to run parallel to each other and not meet to make one senior to the other.
Mr Jeyaraj  presents the problem as follows:
[Amirthalingam assured the Tigers that any political arrangement would give pride of place to the LTTE]

If Anglicans and Catholics merged – who would be the leader of Christians? LTTE would have become dysfunctional under Political leadership. Mr Amirthalingam ‘assumed’ that he was the ‘common leader’ the same way Mr Sirisena assumed that he as President was about the PM. But politically they exist as equals. Likewise Politicians and Armed militants who seek to be leaders. According to Mr Jeyaraj, this problem was presented by Prabhakaran as follows:
[LTTE supremo Prabhakaran had once used soccer parlance and remarked in Chennai that Yogeswaran was a man who “kicked same-side goals.]

The true structure that we develop would look different in the case of an armed leader to that of a political leader. Had Prabhakaran been democratic – he would have been killed at the early stages by someone who had stronger leadership ambitions than Prabhakaran. Likewise, Mr Amirthalingam would not have been recognized as National Leader of Tamils had he taken life for life and also joined LTTE to chase India from Sri Lanka through the armed process. Being grateful to those who groomed us is part of the essential criterion for us to step into the provider’s shoes. Lack of gratitude leads to attachment to the visible outcomes. The lesson to be learnt by Tamil youth is – if you disrespect your own gurus – you do not grow as tall as them. If you cannot follow – use an alternate path and travel parallel.