Thursday 20 May 2021


Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

19 May 2021



Belief  based Opposition is a fundamental aspect of Democracy.  Yesterday, the Canadian Prime Minister published the following declaration:

[Today, on the 12th anniversary of the end of armed conflict in Sri Lanka, we remember all those who were killed, or injured, and all who were impacted by the many years of conflict, including during the last phase of the war in Mullivaikal. We also offer our deepest sympathies to the survivors and their families, and to everyone living with the pain and trauma caused by this conflict.]

Gary Anandasangaree of the same party stated his alleged belief as follows:

[As we near the 12th Anniversary of the #Mullivaikkal #Genocide, I rose in the house to pay tribute to our fallen Tamil brothers and sisters. The march towards justice is long and painful, but we will continue until justice is served.]

The Prime Minister effectively Opposed Gary Anandasangaree on the same issue in the same chamber. Both are of the one Political Party but obviously with different beliefs. Dr. Wickramabahu Karunaratne responded as follows to my article ET TU OBAMA!:

[China’s much-touted “One Belt, One Road” initiative to develop trade infrastructure fostered autocratic mismanagement in other countries. In keeping with Beijing’s long standing practice, Belt and Road loans come with no visible conditions, making Beijing a preferred lender for autocrats. These unscrutinized infusions of cash made it easier for corrupt officials to pad their bank accounts while saddling their people with massive debt in the service of infrastructure projects that in several cases benefit China more than the people of the indebted nation…..

We have to understand the CHINA belt around MAHINDA and decay of our political structure GOING ON.]

Ceylon Today however has published as follows under the heading ‘12 Years On, Since Vanquishing LTTE’:

[Today marks the 12th anniversary of vanquishing the LTTE on 19 May 2009. The long drawn-out war against the Tamil terrorists was won solely owing to the unyielding courage of then President and present Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, the clever planning by his brother then defence Secretary and current President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and the valiant efforts of military officers of the calibre of today’s defence Secretary, General Kamal Gunaratne.

What prompted then President Mahinda Rajapaksa, who was also following a policy of negotiations with the LTTE as a means of ending the war, to revert to war against them was the massacre of Kebithigollewa where a bus packed with villagers had been attacked. Then President Mahinda Rajapaksa rushed to the scene of the tragedy and witnessed for himself the carnage caused and was determined to put an end to the savage war and from that moment on, there was no turning back.]

Taking that to be true, did that decision not lead to proportionately  more such damage by the Sinhalese on Tamil civilians – 3 years after the Kebithigollewa attack? As a Tamil Diaspora Leader pointed out – the scale was much larger. That is the problem with emotion based policy. LTTE ‘took’ arms from the then President, Mr Premadasa and then killed him after evicting the Indian Peace-Keeping Force. Likewise, LTTE ‘took’ money from the then Presidential candidate Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa in 2005 to ‘block’ Tamil votes. In the same pattern as they contributed to the killing of Mr Premadasa, the LTTE used the money to kill Sinhalese – 6 months  later at Kebithigollewa.

Using the same pathway one can project fairly reliably as to what would happen in the Colombo Port City Project. It is the other side of the LTTE but much larger scale due to China’s global status.

I believe that each time we discover truth AND someone identifies with it – we become one minded and share power as owners. This has been confirmed by the following in Sri Lankan Constitution as follows:

[In the Republic of Sri Lanka sovereignty is in the People and is inalienable.]

There are many Tamils who identify with the truth and share with others. Those who receive it and identify with it share ownership at Energy level. Many who so identify with my work are non-Tamils. To the extent they are non-Sri Lankans also – the ownership is global. To my mind every such person has the power to override exponentially, the effects of the actions of Politicians and / or Rebels. Sometimes this requires us to ‘keep still’ and observe the full form of their Energy.

Wise Chanakyan set the leadership in this for us. In the meantime – if Canadian Government’s duality is acceptable to a mind – that mind has to accept Sri Lankan duality as well. Otherwise that mind would get disorderly.









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