08 October 2020
Rajiv Gandhi is 13th Amendment to Lankan Constitution
There are written laws that are never practised and there are natural laws that are never written. Many global / Universal mergers happen due to the latter. They are perfectly reliable. The 13th Amendment to the Sri Lankan Constitution confirms such involvement by India in Sri Lanka. Its main value is the formation of Provincial Councils. It leader powers are Tamils & Muslims.
The current government asked for and received an overwhelming majority in Parliament to change the law. It is an open declaration that it needs its own structure for it to be functional. It did not do it for the People. It did so to suit its own needs and desires. To the extent the restructure is needed by this government, it would recognize the need for minorities to have their own structures. That is the way of Soul-Power.
When a government of majority culture is unable to work naturally within its culture – and asks for power to enact new secular structures – it confirms that the cultural law is not working and that it lacks soul power. This confirms that the unwritten cultural law is not able to meet the needs of the people who practice that culture or that the People do not believe in those cultural laws. This is the case with Buddhists in Sri Lanka as confirmed by majority vote to make new laws, over and above ‘Buddhism Foremost’ provision in the written Constitution.
The LTTE consciously avoided promotion of religion within its community. If the government of Sri Lanka had actively promoted Buddhism it would have naturally buried the Warrior in its Defence forces. Hence the greater need laws that confirm autocratic pathway of a military government. Both are each other’s opposition in that military environment. The foreigner is the practicing Buddhist.
Yesterday’s Daily Mirror editorial ‘Foreign powers and Lanka’s domestic problems’ - presents the following:
[In turn this resulted
in the All India Congress Committee (AICC) on June 24 expressing its anxiety
over the conditions of Indian workers in then Ceylon, and directed Jawaharlal
Nehru “to proceed to Ceylon to help in finding a just and honourable settlement
of the problems affecting Indians here.
During his visit “Nehru pointed out that his being sent to Ceylon” was proof of the importance attached by the Congress to the status and conditions of Indians abroad.
‘Perhaps’, in innocence, before leaving for Ceylon, Nehru added “every Indian abroad carries a bit of India with him and he has a right to look to his motherland for help and protection in case of need. Today we may not be in a position to give that help fully or to protect him as we should. But we recognize our obligation and will give full effect in times to come...”.
Unsurprisingly, Sri Lankan leaders, most of whom were Sinhalese and Buddhist were alarmed believing, India was arrogating to itself the right to intervene in matters Sri Lankan. From thence, the country’s leaders and Buddhist religious leaders and a majority of its people have looked at Indian actions are Sri Lanka askance. Sadly, the effect of Nehru’s words led on one hand, to not only the upcountry Tamils, but also the Sri Lankan Tamils into mistakenly believing India would act as their protector.]
If the Editor had invested in Common belief with Indians – including Buddhist Indians or Indian Journalists – the Editor would have appreciated the sense of Responsibility that Nehru felt for all of Indian origin – wherever they may live. The declaration ‘Every Indian abroad carries a bit of India with him and he has a right to look to his motherland for help and protection in case of need.’ – confirms the Universal power of belief. Nehru who strongly participated in India’s Independence movement would have realized the soul value of this needs based rights.
To the extent both sides believe – they are bound by natural laws. No human law has the moral authority to override natural law. India is the origin of Hinduism as well as Buddhism. To that extent majority Sri Lankans are related to majority Indians through cultural laws.
Most Sri Lankans known to me pray to their religious powers when they are in need. This includes belief in Karma in the case of Buddhists and Hindus. There is no mention in the law books of Lanka about this system. But most Sri Lankans believe in it.
When we have a need, we are consciously focused in the related problem. That focus invokes Energy – as happens in Yoga. When we focus – we forego easy and pleasurable thoughts and actions. Then we access our natural Energy. Once this Energy is invoked, it connects us to pre-existing Cumulative Reserves of that Energy. We then intuitively identify with the solution.
When Nehru’s grandson - Indian leader the Hon Rajiv Gandhi was killed in Tamil Nadu that was Karma which did not happen due to a sole power that LTTE claimed itself to be but the consolidated power. The Hon Rajiv Gandhi himself would not have felt any pain. The fact that his immediate family continues to be in Politics confirms that they accepted the death of the body as a professional risk to the body and pain is less than the value of the Political heritage that they have rightfully acquired. To the extent LTTE was also driven by its belief – they were actually separated and became the Opposition of Civil governance that the Hon Rajiv Gandhi represented. Had their territories been separated – and India had looked the other way – the Indian Heritage in Sri Lanka through the 13th Amendment would have been much weaker. Now it is a warning including to Sinhalese Politicians that the power of belief works beyond local borders of time and place. Anyone interfering with the 13th Amendment would face similar fate as China which invoked the Silk Road heritage which brought with it the Crown virus. All heritages are crowns and come with their costs which remain as passive opposition once the heritage value is recognized.
The huge positive part of that Rajiv Karma is the 13th Amendment to the Sri Lankan constitution which respects the right to self-determination by both ethnic sides. The Sinhalese military did not like it and the Tamil rebels led by the LTTE were strongly opposed to it – enough to kill its lead medium - the Hon Rajiv Gandhi. If surfaced for current benefits – the cost reserve would become exponential in value, resulting in far greater damage than the ethnic war related damage that led to the 13th Amendment – which thus far is more or less like the Buddhism foremost article in the constitution. They are both untouchables.
The way I have recorded that experience is that the Common Tamil in Sri Lanka alienated her/himself from this killing and has strongly directed her/his belief based Energy to confirm the provisions of the 13th Amendment. If this structure is changed it would damage the Common Belief that Indians and Lankans have invested in through religions.
In his Colombo Telegraph article ‘If The 13th Amendment Is Next In Line For Change’ Dr Jehan Perera confirms the heritage value as follows:
[In this context, the government would be aware that any decision to repeal or downgrade the 13th Amendment would have major domestic and foreign policy implications. Within the country, the Tamil polity in Sri Lanka has been demanding self-rule in the areas in which they are a majority that includes both the Northern and Eastern provinces from the mid-1950s. All Tamil parties are united on the issue of Tamil self-rule although they differ as to the quantum of power that they wish to have devolved. Even the government’s main Tamil ally, Douglas Devananda of the EPDP, who enjoys ministerial status within the government, has been consistent in calling for the full implementation of the 13th Amendment as the way forward.]
In contrast, the Daily Mirror Editorial presents the following:
[Unsurprisingly, Sri Lankan leaders, most of whom were Sinhalese and Buddhist were alarmed believing, India was arrogating to itself the right to intervene in matters Sri Lankan. From thence, the country’s leaders and Buddhist religious leaders and a majority of its people have looked at Indian actions are Sri Lanka askance. Sadly, the effect of Nehru’s words led on one hand, to not only the upcountry Tamils, but also the Sri Lankan Tamils into mistakenly believing India would act as their protector.]
It is NOT mistaken belief. Belief can Oppose and hence Equal Opposition in Democratic Parliament. Belief is never a mistake. Whenever, the written law blocks the path of anyone upholding her/his sovereignty it is natural that one would turn to one’s personal belief. I did this here in Australia when I claimed that my Sri Lankan Accounting qualifications were my highest professional qualifications. I worked best under that structure and established that we Sri Lankans were not second to Australians. I lost benefits that I would have had by remaining silent and was from time to time punished for expressing my experience based belief. But the goddess of Accountancy continues to empower me from within. THAT is the true power of belief.
At that time when I asked the Sri Lankan Consul General in Sydney to express support in relation to my credibility – he declined. But Indian Swami – Sri Sathya Sai Baba indicated that He heard me -through manifestation of Holy Powder on the same day the Auditor General’s report effectively upholding my own reports on the Financial Management systems of the University of NSW was published by the Sydney Morning Herald. Thus my work became of heritage value as confirmed by my book Naan Australian finding its way to the National Library of Australia. I was not even a devotee of Sri Sathya Sai Baba back then. That confirmed the nature Universal connection – that the system comes to the needy believer. Hence ‘Knock and It shall Open’
Recently, when an Indian Journalist who writes often on Sri Lanka, expressed appreciation for my article I felt that my Common heritage was blessing me.
The traitors here are the Sri Lankan political leaders who run to India’s Hindu and Buddhist shrines to receive personal blessings. It is natural that true believers would turn to others within their group when they are in need. If minorities are to turn to Sri Lankan government – including against ‘foreign’ elements - it must become a true senior and discipline on Equal footing through the basis of Law and not through their cultural preferences.
The Editor concludes:
[Unfortunately no Sri Lankan Government has been able to provide a political solution to problems of minority communities including the Tamils.]
There is nothing fortunate or unfortunate about belief or a balanced the law. Lack of belief by custodians of Common power leads to abuse of power if they do not regulate their expressions and actions through the written law. One who believes is naturally regulated and disciplined. Others need balanced written laws to prevent negative karma for themselves and their political groups.