Wednesday 21 September 2022

21 September 2022

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam



Those in my immediate circles tend to identify positively with the Queen or passionately criticise British rule to oppose us – the Public heirs of the queen. Likewise, those in my Sri Lankan circle  praised the Rajapaksa family after the war or passionately criticised the approach by the Sri Lankan government, in ethnic war. One example of the latter is headed ‘War-ravaged Sri Lankan Tamils suffer amid economic crisis’ at

[Under a blazing sun, a 44-year-old Tamil man tends his rented patch of peanut field in Sri Lanka, only able to move around on his hands because an air raid in 2009 took both his legs and injured his left arm….

….The 2009 air raid was during the last stages of a 26-year civil war between the Sri Lankan government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) group that fought for an independent Tamil state.]

Who is part of our government and who is part of our Opposition? This is essential in finding the truth we need.

In the case of British Royalty, one Australian of Sri Lankan origin wrote:

  [By the way you say you wrote to your Queen too. Did you receive a reply. You are tarnishing the image of Australia by your malicious posts and it cannot be ignored by people who love Australia. Before crying for somebody's queen you first respect the country that gave you refuge. Otherwise, if you are not happy, as Pauline rightly said, go back to where you came from, provided they are prepared to take you back]

As per the above Australian’s expressions, his mind has been structured to recognise himself as senior to me in Australia and hence he was, like Pauline Hanson, telling me what to do. I responded as follows on the basis of my belief in the Australian constitutional structure:

[I wrote to the queen because she is also our queen. The response came from within me. That is the power of the true Queen.  It is like my mother coming to me when I am in need. If you have had that kind of experience, you would understand. According to you Australia has no queen. That is an unlawful expression]

The Tamil Pauline Hanson supporter wrote:

[Before crying for somebody's queen you first respect the country that gave you refuge]

The above, to my mind, is a Separatist claim.  It is highly likely that this structure is due to support for LTTE and /or continued bashing of the Sri Lankan government,  without belief in the issue. Mere knowledge does not lead to belief. Mere Experience, unadulterated by external hearsay is guaranteed to  lead to belief.

Al Jazeera reports that, ‘an air raid in 2009 took both his legs and injured his left arm’

 One can work out his responsibility in ‘what happened’ to him only through his personal conscience. The parallel in the case of our Queen is how the young lady had to take humungous responsibility for the whole British Empire which rendered males the first right and duty to inherit the thrown/leadership. Its democratic parallel is the Right to  Governance by winning majority approval. Its Jaffna Tamil parallel is Male inheriting from senior-male and female inheriting from senior-female. In the case of British Royalty, this is presented as follows by Wikipedia:

[Male-preference primogeniture accords succession to the throne to a female member of a dynasty if and only if she has no living brothers and no deceased brothers who left surviving legitimate descendants.dynast's sons and their lines of descent all come before that dynast's daughters and their lines. Older sons and their lines come before younger sons and their lines. Older daughters and their lines come before younger daughters and their lines.]

 To my mind, a believer in any system, would invoke its powers through her/his belief as per her/his true need. All one has to do is believe. The rest happens automatically, provided one does not weaken one’s belief by due to desires.

I appreciated the power of this through the Testamentary proceedings of my Brother in law – Mr Subramaiam Yoganathan of Vaddukoddai. Mr Yoganathan passed away Intestate. My husband claimed Administrative Rights on the basis of Thesawalamai law. At his request, I managed the matter in the Courts of Northern Sri Lanka. Neither of us knew the details of the law.  I studied it with faith, in the consciousness of Jaffna culture of my times. The Courts ‘failed’ us and awarded equal share which meant that daughters who received Dowry were double dipping. Interestingly the decisions were delivered during the period Mr C V Wigneswaran was Chief Minister. The parallel is to hold the Queen responsible,  for what happened before Independence in British territories such as India and Sri Lanka.

The above mentioned Tamil Pauline Hanson supporter, has thus far NOT said one word of criticism against Mr C V Wigneswaran but keeps blaming the queen for what happened during British rule. There are many Tamils and Sinhalese like him.

In the High Court of Jaffna, Mr Visvalingam Manivannan, represented us but failed to find fault with the Judgment, which confirmed to me that he did not believe in Jaffna Tamil ancestry. He is now Mayor of Jaffna and to me he carries no ancestral powers in his management of Jaffna.

I therefore conclude that voters like these Separatist-Tamils would bring to power, the likes of Pauline Hanson.


As for the Rajapaksas, they already have become the Royal family of Sinhala Nation and need to retire from active politics so the younger Sinhalese have the opportunity to uphold Sri Lanka’s dignity as a Sovereign Nation.  That is the role of Mr Ranil Wickremesinghe about whom the following report was published:

[It was only some  important people who had accompanied President Ranil Wickremesinghe on his recent tour to Britain to attend the funeral of British Monarch Queen Elizabeth II, a spokesperson from the President’s office confirmed today.

According to the spokesperson, only President Wickremesinghe, Ms. Wickremesinghe, a special aide, three security personnel and the Director International Affairs attached to the President’s office were in the tour party. “The Director International Affairs had to join in the tour to organize media coverage in Britain,” she said.

She was responding to comments made by MP Kumara Welgama, who said the delegation which the President took to Britain was 'a little high'.] Daily Mirror


The Parliament has no direct right to question the Governing President, who like the queen, represents Ancestral Powers.


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