Tuesday 29 October 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

29 October  2019


Sri Lanka’s News First uses the slogan ‘We Report, You Decide’.

The media has the authority to report what happened .  It has also the authority to advocate as per its truth. That is a right everyone has. Currently, Australian  media is advocating greater Accountability on the part of Australian Government. Relative to Sri Lanka – we do have greater degree of transparency in Australia.  Hence first generation migrants from  Sri Lanka would tend to be less motivated than those who have lived here and have been shaped by multicultural laws and values that have been developed by all those to whom Australia is ‘home’. No one needs to certify  us. To the extent the true experience happened in Australia – we have every right to uphold that truth in Australia – not more ; not less;

If the advocacy is driven by Business then it is undue influence on the Public. Likewise, if the Government is spying for the purpose of its own Business. To that extent every member of the Public including the media – has the right to advocate including through social  media. Every time the need of the Public is met by the Media or Government – that ownership power is developed in that area. Media that merely reports facilitates its customers to play that role. Likewise a government that is transparent.

Our influence could be remote. But truth being universal will find its way to the needy – who may actually be within government or media. It is therefore important to be true to oneself in that issue. When we enter that issue through our own experience in our own ‘home-area’  - we naturally empower the leaders who are true to themselves. That pathway is above the law and the destination is the Ultimate Reality. Once an Australian reaches that destination – s/he becomes part of  the causal forces of manifestations in that issue in Australia. Such persons have the right to advocacy. Others have to respect such person/s to inherit that right and then integrate  it with their own earned rights. Where this respect is lacking – we need laws to ‘protect’ that privacy of the true contributors. 

Executive powers of a government are based on such laws. Due processes at workplace, family and common public areas – are opportunities through which we contribute to such protection of our truth and therefore our sovereignty. Otherwise we may become the enemies of our Sovereignty.

On 04 June 2019, the Sydney Morning Herald reported as follows under the heading ‘'Dangerous act of intimidation': AFP raid home of News Corp journalist’:


[Police have raided the home of a News Corp journalist in what the media company has called a "dangerous act of intimidation" after she reported on a top secret government proposal to give Australia's cyber spies unprecedented powers.]

The question arises as to how the above journalist – ‘accessed’ that ‘Intelligence’ in the private section of the government. To the extent a government is subjective – it needs privacy. To the extent the voters who elected the government are subjective – that privacy needs to be protected – so  the communication is mind to mind – through the system of belief.


The above report continues to reveal as follows:

[Centre Alliance senator Rex Patrick condemned the raid as a "heavy-handed effort to browbeat the media" and praised Smethurst's work.
"Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton and Home Affairs secretary Mike Pezzullo clearly hate media scrutiny. The actions of the federal police are very clearly intended to have a chilling effect on journalistic inquiry," he said.]


This is natural due to migrants from warring communities who are not yet regulated by Common Australian values. The 2017 ‘Afghan Files’ – report by ABC would have carried the risk of infecting the minds of migrants from Afghanistan for or against the Australian Government. Separation of  powers is needed between the media and the government – so they do not interfere in each other’s path.


Poor national governance is part of our life. To the extent we had the experience – we have the natural right to fight but without disturbing the others’ pathway. I was alone – except for Dr David Garlick and Gwen Harrigan who supported me openly during the time I openly challenged the Central Administrators of the University of NSW – based on my genuine work as per my position. But I felt within me that there were many true academics who mentally added their strength to my pathway. To the extent I respected the University’s core purposes – I was blessed by the ancestors of the University. The manifestations of discipline and punishment going back to sender - happened through various sources – including the University’s Governing Council due to whose pressure the then Vice Chancellor resigned. I learnt through such experiences that so long as we add our truth,  our investment is ‘protected’ as ‘Energy’. What happened is not truth. It is the body of truth.

In Sri Lanka also there were manifestations of Truth. The following has been reported about the inquiry into Easter Bombings:
[SLFP Parliamentarian Mahinda Samarasinghe says the Parliamentary Select Committee (PSC) which probed into the Easter attacks has failed to identify who was behind the bombings.] Republic Next report ‘Parliamentary probe failed to identify who was behind Easter attacks-Samarasinghe’

 But the causal force manifested itself as ‘lack of diversity’ and therefore ‘independence’ in the Muslim community, revealed as follows:
[The majority of Sinhalese in the country is with the Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) Presidential Candidate Gotabaya Rajapaksa, says United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) MP Faiszer Musthapha.
The parliamentarian speaking at an event in Malwana area stated that Gotabaya Rajapaksa will win the presidential election with the blessings of the majority Sinhalese.
He pointed out that the United National Party (UNP) knows that it doesn’t have the vote of the majority of the Sinhalese.
Therefore they are attempting to gain a higher vote percentage by collecting Tamil and Muslim votes, he added.
As a minority in this country, Muslims should be with the majority Sinhalese, according to the parliamentarian.
He further said that the issues of Muslim people cannot be solved without a Sinhala Buddhist leader.] – Adaderana report – ‘Minority Muslims should be with the Majority Sinhalese – Faiszer’
[A video clip doing the rounds on social media, purportedly of President’s Counsel Mohamad Ali Sabry making a controversial remark regarding the Muslim vote in the upcoming presidential election, has drawn the ire of the United National Party (UNP).
UNP parliamentarian S. M. Marikkar accused the senior lawyer today of threatening Muslim voters into supporting presidential candidate Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
“Muslims will receive a giant thrashing if they do not vote for Rajapaksa,” Marikkar accused Sabry of saying.
In the video in question, Sabry can be seen addressing a gathering of Muslim supporters in what appears to be a pocket meeting on the campaign trail.] Republic Next Report headed ‘Ali Sabry in hot water after controversial remark’

Interestingly – this throws light on the arrest of Nizamdeen – then a  student of the University of NSW – where my true sacrifice to maintain my ‘right’ to expression of my Truth was exercised despite the threat of incarceration. Nizamdeen is a nephew of Mr Faiszer Musthapha in the first of the above two reports. Mr Faiszer Musthapha confirms assimilation as his pathway. The Easter bombers sought to preserve their diversity. Mr Nizamdeen also assimilated with the NSW Police who eventually took ‘senior’ position and suspected him of Terrorism, once he delivered as per their desire to recruit more and more assimilators who would  treat them as ‘seniors’.

Mr Ali Sabry similarly is showing the way to Muslims becoming juniors of majority race.
This will produce more rebels who as a last resort would kill and be killed to preserve their independence – as they see it. Once the mind is lowered – suicide bombing would seem the way to punish and thus liberate themselves from servitude – as perceived by them.

The Parliamentary inquiry into the Easter Bombings fits the principle of the drunkard's search’, presented as follows by Wikipedia:

[A policeman sees a drunk man searching for something under a streetlight and asks what the drunk has lost. He says he lost his keys and they both look under the streetlight together. After a few minutes the policeman asks if he is sure he lost them here, and the drunk replies, no, and that he lost them in the park. The policeman asks why he is searching here, and the drunk replies, "this is where the light is".]

The Muslim leaders who lost their diversity in a nation divided by ethnicity – is the Park where the Sovereignty of the Muslim community  was lost. The Parliamentary committee is made up of politicians on whom the  light is shining at the moment.  But the Truth manifested Itself through the above leaders. True seekers would identify with the truth and protect their sovereignty and therefore the Sovereignty of their home communities.   

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