Thursday 7 January 2021


Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

07 January   2021




The pandemic pushed many nations to close their borders to outsiders. This conveyed the message that they were better able to manage the problem within sovereign borders. In many nations including Australia, the individual States also closed their borders.


One could understand it through physical measures such as infection within a family, so that the family could be isolated. At the deeper end – it is about sharing Sovereign Energy which brings us the cure from the Universal Pool. The essential requirement to access that pool is to be Sovereign – as an individual and/or as a group. The way the Energy comes to us would vary but it would be perfect.


Institutional pathways help us to regulate this flow towards being sovereign. If we do less than is our duty as per our position in an institution, we move away from that sovereign power. When we do more – to meet the need of someone within the institution – our passage towards commonness - is accelerated. When negligence of duty is addressed within the current time by that institution, it does not manifest as a problem. Otherwise it goes towards negative power and becomes a sin. Sin is also a Universal power and can be balance only by another Universal power. Unbalanced sin controls us.


It is to prevent this kind of negative control that we have vertical hierarchy within family, work institution, community and nation. As per Ceylon Today report ‘Tamil politicos to jointly voice concerns’  by Sulochana Ramiah Mohan :


[Several Tamil political parties agreed to unite to voice on the minority issues including the Tamil national issue at the upcoming United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) session in Geneva in March 2021.

A joint meeting to discuss this is scheduled for today (6) in Colombo, said General Secretary of Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK) Mavai Senathirajah who could not participate in the previously held meeting. 

The three MPs namely, Tamil National Alliance’s (TNA) M.A. Sumanthiran, Thamil Makkal Thesiya Kuttani’s (TMTK) C.V. Wigneswaran and Tamil National People’s Front’s (TNPF) Gajendra Kumar Ponnambalam, agreed to table their concerns jointly to the UNHRC member countries at the upcoming March secession.]

I was happy to note the above move which is similar to the powers that Tamil Political group had in 1977 and in 2015. Accordingly, where there is no firm commitment from the Sri Lankan Government to prevent future ethnic wars in Sri Lanka, Tamils would lead the prevention as alternate government. That is the way Democracy works. Towards this minorities, however small they may seem, have to be a sovereign group.


This was demonstrated recently in the judgment in ‘Open Society Justice Initiative et al. v. Donald J. Trump et al.’ by the honourable Katherine Polk Failla United States District Judge who concluded as follows, in allowing the matter to go to Oral Arguments:


[Finally, the Court must “balance the competing claims of injury, consider the effect on each party of the granting or withholding of the requested relief, and pay particular regard to the public consequences in employing the extraordinary remedy of preliminary relief.... Plaintiffs argue that, given their likelihood of success on the merits of at least their First Amendment claim, they should prevail because “[t]he Government does not have an interest in the enforcement of an unconstitutional law.” ….. Defendants respond that the balance of the equities and the public interest weigh against a preliminary injunction because significant national security and foreign policy interests are at stake and an injunction would interfere with the President’s determination of how best to proceed…..


….The Court is mindful of the Government’s interest in defending its foreign policy prerogatives and maximizing the efficacy of its policy tools. Nevertheless, “national-security concerns must not become a talisman used to ward off inconvenient claims — a ‘label’ used to ‘cover a multitude of sins.’” Ziglar v. Abbasi, 137 S. Ct. 1843, 1862 (2017) (quoting Mitchell v. Forsyth, 472 U.S. 511, 523 (1985)). For largely the same reasons discussed above in the analysis of Plaintiffs’ First Amendment claims, the Court concludes that the proffered national security justification for seeking to prevent and potentially punish Plaintiffs’ speech is inadequate to overcome Plaintiffs’ and the public’s interest in the protection of First Amendment rights. See N.Y. Progress & Prot. PAC, 733 F.3d at 488 (“[S]ecuring First Amendment rights is in the public interest.”). Accordingly, the Court finds that the balance of equities tips in Plaintiffs’ favor.]


These are apparently small steps towards opposing injustice. But to the extent the applicants presented their truth based belief – it would find its way to Universal Power.


The Tamil Political team has the fundamental authority to represent the victims in Sri Lanka. To the extent it is bound by the experienced truth of the group represented by it Tamils will be facilitated to access this Universal power. It is essential that Diaspora Tamils submit or merge their Energies with this Sri Lankan team and not ‘show’ themselves as separate claimants.


I expressed this as follows to one who was concerned that he had been ‘dropped’ out of my list


[I assure you that I have not removed you from my list.  From time to time I do not send some groups due to lack of response. I do not know whether you were in one of those groups. But I find your name in the recent group with the UK PM at top. I will include it in Mr Xxxxx’s lost also. I believe that when I genuinely share – it adds value not only to the issue but also to the person or position concerned. In the case of PMs the positions get empowered and I also access the position power. I believe that that is how Universal power works.]

When we feel sovereign power in email communications – we empower the issue by using email – in the belief that it is of positive value. In the case of high status leaders – the position receives the Energy provided I have raised my work in the issue to that standard. 


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