Friday 30 June 2023

30 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





My attention has been drawn to the Time Magazine article The Marriage Scam That’s Left Thousands of Indian Women Broke or Abandoned’. I had the opportunity to learn about the fundaments of the dowry system through the law of Thesawalamai, applicable to Jaffna Tamils. I admired and appreciated this part of Thesawalamai law, which is a heritage law. Heritage laws when practiced with belief take care of the heritage itself. In the case of my husband’s family, it resulted in internal separation. Given that it happened through the testamentary case relating to my brother-in-law, I concluded that his spirit orchestrated the separation to protect the common Energy of the family which automatically merges with those of other families, to form Community Energy, which in turn contributes to Nationalism. Given that the Sri Lankan Tamil militants are considered ‘separatists’ the roots of this problem needs to be examined, including through the dowry system.

As with the caste system, the dowry system also is based on the diversity of labour.  The caste system had the hierarchy that the secular system has, with intellectuals ranking above manual workers.  The dowry system was in recognition of  the risk of home-making women’s work being considered to be less valuable than the male’s work which ‘showed’ money value. The dowry was to ‘fill’ this ‘gap’ towards preventing gender based discrimination.   

The dowry thus prevented unjust discrimination on gender basis. Each family unit has the responsibility to maintain the self-balancing Energy system, as an independent unit. The confirmation that this is equality of status within the family to each independent member.  Others were juniors to the independent members.

When this is not maintained and the marriage becomes a trade, separation begins as between supplier and customer. The more one is conscious of money, the more divisive one becomes. The dowry is confirmation that the daughter has matured as an independent member in her birth family. This means that she is promoted to the higher stage of merging with a new family and/or becoming a mother.

As per the Times report:

Kaur is one of thousands of wives who have been deceived by husbands living abroad, and hoping to get justice through India’s overburdened legal system. Though official statistics are hard to come by, a 2018 petition by eight such women in India’s Supreme Court said there are more than 40,000 wives who have been deceived into marrying NRI men. India’s government has dealt with more than 6000 grievances against NRI men from 2015 to 2019’


This is also a problem in Northern Sri Lanka, where the dowry system has become a trade. The reason is serious damage to the law of Thesawalamai and is similar to jay-walking. In action we use different laws and different laws separate the community. If based on truth, the different groups meet at the destination of independent self-governing families. Otherwise they cause internal separations.

At governance level, militancy happens comfortably within a group that has internal separations. In Sri Lanka, caste continues to be a factor even today, in both Sinhalese as well as Tamil communities. When we move to multicultural areas, the sin mutates to become racism. Those who feel common in terms of caste take our positive genes with us when we move to multicultural areas. When we emigrate to other countries, we carry these sins and virtues with us. That is the real dowry or Bride-price value we take with us at the end of each major change. In turn, we develop separatism or commonness in our new environments. The husbands who cheated contribute to separatism karma in their new nations. Brides who desired unearned comforts in a new country become victims of separatists at home.



Thursday 29 June 2023


29 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





‘Comment is free, but facts are sacredis the mantra by media elder C P Scott, written in 1921. One is entitled to conclude that Elder Scott believed that there is Divinity in ‘fact’. As Soul is to humans, Truth is to Facts.



Some facts were shared with me by a calm Tamil Diaspora leader, through the article headed ‘Israeli complicity in Sri Lanka war crimes must be investigated’ by  Eitay Mack who is presented as ‘an Israeli human rights lawyer working to stop Israeli military aid to regimes that commit war crimes and crimes against humanity


Given that the author is Israeli writing about Israel makes it to be insider ‘intelligence’ . This is valuable to Tamils of Sri Lanka, who rarely criticize Tamil militants who actively produced war-outcomes in Sri Lanka. This is confirmed by Eitay Mack as follows:


Over the years, the United Nations and human rights organisations have diligently documented war crimes committed during the war. Their focus has been mainly on atrocities carried out by government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).  


Mack continues as follows:


But there has been almost no attention paid to international backers of the Sri Lankan government who may have been complicit in the war crimes it committed against civilians. Israel is one of them’


Why would I keep breaches of law confidential or secret ?  Confidential, if I believe that the person concerned is my junior; secret, if I think without  belief that the person is less than I. The latter is the reason for anti-discrimination laws. The purpose of secrecy is often selfishness. In times of regional or global wars, they lead to quid pro quos or worse, takeovers.


Mack confirms the business intent as follows: ‘ In the 2000s, Sri Lanka became one of Israel’s most important clients in Asia, undertaking significant procurement of Israeli military technology. Israelis also trained Sri Lankan troops involved in the war……

In the mid-1970s, Israel bought primitive surveillance unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that the United States had used a decade earlier in the Vietnam War and started developing them. In the 1980s, the Israeli army made groundbreaking use of this uncrewed aircraft during the war in Lebanon and later developed offensive prototypes, which were deployed in its assaults on the Gaza Strip.

These UAVs – repeatedly tested on civilians and military targets in the Middle East – have become one of Israel’s most sought-after products around the world. They were also among key military purchases the Sri Lankan government made from Israel in the 1990s and 2000s as the war against LTTE was raging.

In the Sri Lankan army’s own words the Israeli-made UAVs “played a critical role in the war“. Senior Sri Lankan government and security forces officials have repeatedly said in interviews and statements that before attacks, they would watch videos shot by UAVs to verify that no civilians were found in the area, in accordance with their policy of “zero harm to civilians”.

But the UN has uncovered evidence that there was, in fact, severe harm done to civilians. According to its estimates, in the last months of the war alone, between 40,000 and 75,000 civilians were killed, most of them due to deliberate fire by government security forces.’

The problem with the Sri Lankan Tamil community is lack of ownership of LTTE’s contribution to these ‘facts’. Mack is an Israeli investigating his own government. Due to this lack of ownership, the war karma became an independent sin which becomes an orphan within the Tamil community itself.


For its part, Israeli power within the government of Sri Lanka was attacked by Muslims in the form of Easter Sunday bombings followed by the elevation of Mr Gotabaya Rajapaksa whose role in the war is presented as follows by the government website:


Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) retd. Air Chief Marshal Donald Perera General Sarath Fonseka, Admiral Wasantha Karannagoda and Air Chief Marshal Roshan Goonetilike joined President Mahinda Rajapaksa on a special dais to take the salute following a 21-gun salute. A smiling Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa whose contribution made Sri Lanka’s victory possible sat in the front row with his wife enjoying the finest hour for Sri Lankan forces.

The same war-victory, using foreign resources against civilians returned with a vengeance last year, through economic collapse caused by global forces, including the USA.


All victims of the Sri Lankan war will know one way or the other, that Divinity has influenced this outcome after a hearing in the Court of Natural Justice, where truth realised by us is the law. Facts need not be proven in that court, because facts are relative. All we have to do is discover the Truth of our side. Truth does the rest.

Tuesday 27 June 2023


27 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





Australian parliamentarians are currently playing the Ethnic game through the ‘Voice’ proposal. In essence, it is about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders having a special ‘Voice’ in National Parliament. The proposal is presented as follows:

In recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Peoples of Australia:

(i)  there shall be a body, to be called the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice;

 (ii)  the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice may make representations to the Parliament and the Executive Government of the Commonwealth on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;

(iii)  the Parliament shall, subject to this Constitution, have power to make laws with respect to matters relating to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice, including its composition, functions, powers and procedures.’

The University of NSW newsroom presents includes following in its presentation of the Voice:


This is consistent with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which says Indigenous peoples have a right to participate in government decision-making in matters that affect their rights, through their own political institutions

 The UN Declaration’s article 3 states:

‘Article 3

Indigenous peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.’


The Sri Lankan parallel is presented as follows:


The private member’s Bill that has been presented by Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Parliamentarian M.A. Sumanthiran to amend the Provincial Council Elections Act is in a way an attempt to test President Ranil Wickremesinghe’s integrity. It would be interesting to note how the President would respond to it.Sumanthiran’s Bill on PC election: A waste of time? – by MSM Ayub.

Given  that Mr Sumanthiran represents Jaffna Tamil voters, one is entitled to conclude that this Bill is a proposal from Jaffna voters.  As per the article by MSM ‘The Bill seeks to annul the highly controversial amendment that was introduced to the Provincial Councils Elections Act in 2017 in order to introduce mixed election system for the provincial councils and revert to the Proportional Representation (PR).’

In September, 2017 the United National Party (UNP)-led government was to adopt a Bill called 20th Amendment to the Constitution which provided for the elections for all nine provincial councils to be held on a same day’

To my mind, this contributed strongly to the October 2018 Constitutional crisis, with two Prime Ministers holding office at the same time.

The article also indicates the karmic connection as follows:

A delimitation commission for provincial councils was then appointed under the chairmanship of K. Thavalingam, the former Surveyor General which handed over its report to Minister Faiszer Musthpha in August, 2018. However, since Parliament failed to ratify it with a two thirds majority vote, a review committee headed by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe was appointed as per the law.’

As per my study, majority Tamils known to me fail to understand the effects of the PR system. If we accept that the purpose of the 2017 amendment to the ‘Provincial Councils Elections Act 1988’ was to introduce mixed election system for the provincial councils and revert to the Proportional Representation (PR), then it would be easier to work out why the Constitutional crisis happened 2 months after the review responsibility was handed over to then PM , Mr Ranil Wickremesinghe.

As per my discovery, positions also accumulate positive and negative karma. Karma itself is like the assets and liabilities reflected through a Balance Sheet. The oldest values, like Elders/Indigenous (1)  folks are in our deepest mind.  This is most difficult to change. Out of the cumulative karma, the immediate past karma drives our current life/operations(2). Then there is our current contribution to the Assets & Liabilities.(3)

The 2017 karma is in category 2. If left isolated, it is likely to polarisation that would lead to rebellions against Colombo’s common government. Hence Sumanthiran’s bill is an opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to TNA’s partnership in negating the 2018 crisis becoming a more difficult karma to redeem.

As for Australians, the ‘Voice’ cannot be ‘given’. In reality, it is an undemocratic order for non-indigenous Parliamentarians to ‘listen’ more seriously and favourably to indigenous as elders. Does not apply to those of us who already respect indigenous folks as Elders and/or have become so in our own respective communities.


Tuesday 20 June 2023


20 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





Energy circles are formed when we discover  truth, and/or believe, by ourselves or as a group. When it is by ourselves, we call it the power of one.  In this instance,  at the relative level, we become both sides.  When it is in a ‘group’ we need to be conscious of how others would take our words and actions. We could know this through our own truth or through laws and rules common to both sides. Then we use institutional values. Reliable relationships are formed through laws that are born out of truth and / or belief. The confirmation of belief comes through the test of ‘beyond doubt’. In institutions,  reasonable doubt  is allowed due to laws outside law-makers’ truth and/or belief. An example, is the 1978 constitution of Sri Lanka, through which ‘Fundamental Rights’ of every citizen were recognized. Given that the makers of the previous constitution made out that they believed they were Buddhists, the new section became ‘relative’ in the case of Buddhists. The more they relied on Buddhism, the less global they would have been.


To the extent of relativity, the test of ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ is needed, as in criminal cases. Where an elected person is sued as per civil law, in the name of the whole,  the greater the need for this test, even in civil cases. The part that is ‘reasonable’ is relative. Where this component is greater than the component of belief, independent evidence is essential to satisfy the relative part of the law.


From time to time when I think that I may be  wasting my time with a group/institution, someone shares their truth with me. Then I change my mind and continue the relationship. Below is such a discussion with  a Medical Elder(ME) when I was thinking of leaving that particular group:


ME: Thank you Gaja, for dissecting my thoughts in my text with your interpretation.

Gaja: Thank you for responding. I believe that every completed work adds to the nuclear power of this group as well as the community.

ME: I note your legal flavour being blended in your response. I appreciate it.

Gaja: Thank you. The legal flavour is from my own court experiences here in Australia, where my professional qualifications were not recognised even after I proved myself and therefore the standard of Sri Lankan qualifications. I studied the law for this purpose and the pain helped me connect to the minds of law-makers. Hence the ‘legal flavour’. You must be a balanced person to appreciate this flavour.

ME: People to had fled from our motherland has many reasons and I agree and my view was that continued war was the main reason for the people to consider relocation. That was my point.


Gaja: I appreciate it. Thank you

ME: I blame our elders for the caste system and its thriving trends in the past. But sad to say even now many follow this knowingly or unknowingly and to be honest, I am looking for a girl for my second son and when I want to register in the matrimonial website and  I am compelled to give details to see my fingers goes on punching " Jaffna Vellalar" in the caption provided.

Gaja: The caste system was based on work. But with time we, the Vellalar abused it to suit our convenience.  Likewise, racism by majority. In  both instances, the system is disconnected with merit base . The closer we operate at visible effects level, the shallower the system becomes. This leads to bipolarism.

ME: I am sure you or our Professor would do that or the rest in the forum would do the same.

Gaja: Proposed marriages have strong institutional values. We have three children, Two are married and the other one is single. But because I married (Twice) on my own, but remained true to my first marriage, the system of truth elevated my structure and my second marriage happened, as if arranged by Truth itself. My first husband was not professionally qualified and we did not have dowry. I arranged the marriage of my elder sister. I undertook to settle the loan taken for marriage expenses. Later, I arranged my younger brother’s marriage  too, without any dowry.  My marriage to Param happened because of his legitimate expectations of investment in higher education, which was not fulfilled by his older siblings . In essence, I  have learnt that when we are true to a structure, we become that structure. Then we produce reliable outcomes through the structure we have developed. When outcomes are reliable, there is harmony in the members of the structure.

ME: Then my question is why is that we are talking of reforms, equality, reasoning, rationalising and changing world etc.

Gaja: All reforms through our restructured system become the new norms for our particular home group. If you live in a Western country, it is important that there is either separation of power structures of family and workplace. The alternate is to learn from children about the reliable parts of the Western system and merge the two within you. When we know the Truth in the unreliable parts, we need to stay within that truth. Then our truth will merge naturally with theirs.


ME: Let me tell you that we are all soaked in this system followed by generation after generation and once we came to a different soil especially the western man behaviours


Gaja: As in rebirth, we need to take only our truth when we migrate from one generation/place to another. This is not so easy for those who are attached to their past.


ME: and their system fascinated us physically with the our usual utterance to demonstrate that we have changed  but mentally we are still the Jaffna men's products with no manufacturing defects!!

Gaja: There is a degree of pretence to please our new seniors, largely due to effective ‘welfare money and status’ Anything ‘free’ becomes a source of dependence and servitude. Status taken without respect becomes the source of abuse of power, followed by militancy. The vaccine against is our own truth when we had pain in a previous system. Truth is the panacea. In the manufacturing example, the invisible truth is the experience with the active lifetime of the machine (Jaffna system) When we take this experience into making a new system, it will empower the new system if m through you. But if we take the visible products of the system and the system itself then the old and the new will oppose each other and progress towards separation of the group

ME: This is the reality madam and that's all from my side, you are honourable.


Gaja: Thank you

Saturday 17 June 2023

17 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





The government’s obsession with the idea of suppression of people’s agitations irrespective of their merit or demerit is again well manifested by the Anti-Terrorism Bill which was published on March 22 this year. The Bill seeks to replace the draconian Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act of 1979 which drew wide criticism against it from local and international human rights organizations and civil society organizations.’ – MSM Ayub in his article ‘Comedy of Terrors A government haunted by the memory of Aragalaya

How does one determine whether the steps taken by the government are obsessive or preventive? It may be both at the same time, within the Parliament. If the Parliamentarians voted on the basis of their belief, then it is valid. If valid, it would be worked by the Parliamentarians. But Sri Lankan parliamentarians are known to ‘trade’ and ‘gamble’ with their positions. The People did not ‘protest’ when that came to light. Aragalaya happened when the folks felt and/or saw economic hardship. Many of the media reports during the time, was to highlight economic hardship. This included Australian ABC reports that I could not identify with, as a common Sri Lankan. To the extent one feels ownership, and expresses that feeling through one’s declarations in words and/or actions, their ownership Energy would become part of the causal forces of the change. Energies of deep owners are often least visible.


The question before us is about the author’s ownership. MSM Ayub writes :


Justice, Prison Affairs and Constitutional Reforms Minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe presented in Parliament another piece of legislation called the Bureau of Rehabilitation Bill on September 23 last year, apparently with the same objective of suppressing dissent.  

The Bill very clearly seemed to be meant to hound those who agitated between April and July last year demanding relief from the economic hardships and a total “system change.” According to the Bill, “the objective of the Bill shall be to rehabilitate drug dependent persons, ex-combatants, members of violent extremist groups and any other group of persons who require treatment and rehabilitation …

Several fundamental rights petitions were filed against this Bill and the petitioners argued that the categories of persons and groups cited in the Bill to be rehabilitated are ill-defined and do not clarify how these persons may qualify for rehabilitation.  

Ambika Satkunanathan, the former Human Rights Commissioner, who was one of the petitioners, in her petition says that the use of such vague and arbitrary classifications can thus lead to persons being detained for rehabilitation for even participating in protests.’

Every institution that by law, is an independent unit, has the right to publish its findings within the boundaries of its sovereign power. This applies to the Human Rights Council also. The sovereign borders of the Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, are as per the HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OF SRI LANKA ACT,NO.21 OF 1996.


After Ms Satkunanathan left the commission, her sovereign borders are defined legally in the Fundamental Rights articles 10 to 17 of the Constitution.


Mr MSM Ayub continues as follows:


The Court determined that the controversial Bill was, as a whole, inconsistent with Article 12 (1) of the Constitution.

Article 12 (1) of the constitution reads:  

“All persons are equal before the law and are entitled to the equal protection of the law.”  

According to the determination by the apex court, the inconsistency with Article 12 (1) will cease if all references to ‘ex-combatants’, ‘violent extreme groups’, and ‘any other group of persons’ are deleted from the bill, and if the Bill is limited to rehabilitation of drug dependent persons and such other persons as may be identified by law.  

As if the government’s very target was those three groups, it dumped the Bill following this ruling.  

The government and the drafters of the Bill should have considered the Supreme Court ruling on the regulations gazetted by former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to rehabilitate ‘extremists’ on March 12, 2021.  

Those regulations sought to send ‘extremists’ to rehabilitation centres for one year, without them being tried by any court. Those regulations also did not define the term ‘extremists.’  

The Supreme Court suspended the gazette in August last year after considering a Fundamental Rights petition filed against it.’

The above ruling by the  Judiciary and its acceptance by the government, while being positive, did not prevent Mr Rajapaksa from dismissing himself from the position of Presidency. There is consensus on ‘what happened’. Each sovereign group/person would have contributed to why it happened, as per their own sovereignty. Given that the ethnic war issue was extended to UN level by Tamils with the support of the West, the sovereign powers of all of them also contributed to the resignation.

Every leader, needs to recognize this nuclear power of sovereignty as structural changes at fundamental levels of their own organisations/selves.

The Supreme Court ruling is already part of the ‘past’. We need to make it our ‘present’ through rules and processes that protect our sovereignty as individuals. The Truth in our thoughts would do the rest.

Protests without truth would lead to weakening of the opposition power. True Opposition is invisible, except to protect and propagate itself. Hence non-violence.


Wednesday 14 June 2023


14 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam





The arrest of parliamentarian and leader of the Tamil National People’s Front Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam would be yet another incident that feeds into the sense of unequal treatment of individuals and communities in the country.  - Mr Jehan Perera, in his article ‘Time Is Ripe To End Ancient Hatreds’


Given that Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam has inherited his father’s position/status, one needs to look into the karma of that position to identify with the reality.


The report by DBS Jeyaraj is of value in this regard. DBS highlights as follows, in his report headed ‘The killing of Tamil Congress Leader Kumar Ponnambalam’:


Among those who criticised the manner in which Ponnambalam was treated by the Police was the firebrand Batticaloa MP Shanakiyan Rasamanickam. In doing so Rasamanickam referred to the murder of Gajendrakumar’s father Gaasinather Gangesar Ponnambalam known popularly as Kumar Ponnambalam and alleged that the Police was involved in that murder. Kumar Ponnambalam was shot dead in his vehicle at Wellawatte on 5 January 2000. Though 23 years have passed no one has been arrested or prosecuted.’

DBS reports also as follows:

On the fateful morning of 5 January 2000, there was an explosion at Flower Road at the gates of the Prime Minister’s office at 9:05 a.m. A woman with explosives strapped to her body had detonated herself when suspicious police personnel tried to frisk her bodily. At least 13 people were killed and 29 injured in the explosion. When news about this incident spread, tension was prevalent amidst the Tamil population of Colombo which feared reprisals.’

About Kumar Ponnambalam’s time of death, DBS reports as follows:

At about 10 a.m. a man dressed in a blue shirt and black trousers who identified himself as “Shantha” called on Kumar at his “Gitanjali” residence in Queens Road, Colombo 3. When informed of Shantha’s arrival by his aide Thomas, Kumar asked him to send the man in.’



‘The situation was further confounded by a message of sympathy sent to Mrs. Ponnambalam by President Chandrika Kumaratunga. Though the content of the message was formal and normal the confusion was in the date. The message hand-delivered by the President’s Security division officials was dated 6 May 1999

One newspaper drew attention to the fact that Kumar had in April 1999 attended a pro LTTE conference in Canada after which certain rumours about Kumar’s position vis-a-vis the LTTE had circulated in the country. In any event the official press release that announced the President’s letter of sympathy stated that the message was dated 7 January 2000.’

The commonness in dates -  of 5 January 2000, as well as the place where the lady detonated herself  - the Prime Minister’s office , indicate the connection to militancy.


The next commonness is Mrs Sirimavo Bandaranaike who was Prime Minister during the first JVP uprising in 1971. While LTTE and JVP had the common goal of defeating structured government,  between the two, JVP is certain to have considered itself to be senior to the LTTE. Hence it is strongly indicated that the then President ‘inherited’ her mother’s anxiety in relation to militants. This is a common phenomenon when leaders are family members.


If Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam has inherited his family status, he needs to expect to be associated with LTTE. In addition, his assistant Sugash Kanagaratnam, claimed openly that LTTE was divine. Any Police officer would there need to be alert when they are suspicious of damage to the official structure. When a police officer, is true to his position, s/he would be alerted by the soul-power of that position. Any politician who is true to the Parliament, has the duty to expressly denounce militancy. When we carry attachment to de facto government, it keeps disturbing our own investment in structured government.


Today in confirmation that my karma worked, I read the following news:

‘Galadari to turn Raddison: New move announced - NewsWire

Galadari Hotels Lanka PLC has entered into an agreement with multinational hospitality management company Radisson Hotels Asia’


I responded as follows:

 I believe that I also contributed to this restructure through my true review in which I wrote 'Galadari karma thus returned to them two months later through the ‘Protestors’. Every true customer is an Elder and not junior.’


Thursday 8 June 2023


08 June 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam






Yesterday, the Sri Lankan Police arrested Tamil MP Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam was arrested.  As per the Hindu:


Sri Lanka police arrested Tamil legislator and Tamil National People’s Front Leader Gajendrakumar Ponnambalam at his Colombo residence early on June 7, on charges of “obstructing police duties”, hours before the Jaffna MP was scheduled to raise a breach of privilege matter in Parliament. He was later released on bail.

The development comes days after two men dressed in plain clothes turned up at a meeting of Mr. Ponnambalam and members of a local sports club in Jaffna, in Sri Lanka’s Tamil-majority Northern Province, and reportedly assaulted him.

In a video statement released following the June 2 incident, the Jaffna legislator, who is the son of the late Tamil politician and lawyer Kumar Ponnambalam, said the men identified as CID officials, but refused to show their identity cards when asked. Mr. Ponnambalam further said one of the men “assaulted” him when challenged, while another was seen “pointing a gun” at him. “If this is how a member of Parliament is treated, then everyone can imagine how the general Tamil population in the north-east are treated… The police in the north and east continue to act as an occupational, hostile force,” he said.

How is the Sri Lankan public to interpret this? Mr Ponnambalam indicated that he considered it to be racial. This means he does not consider last year’s dethroning of war hero Mr Gotabaya Rajapaksa to have been due also to Racism against minorities . I responded as follows to a discussion on the ’Hindu concept of time’:


I believe that in this Kali yuga, there are ‘internal completions’ when there are global completions by us or by Truth. When this happens there is automatic restructure of the whole – as happened through Covid. Excesses by the medical professionals also contributed to this. The more we invest in Truth, the greater our comfort with the restructured system. Sri Lankan Parliament went through a restructure due to the power of citizens – (of all communities) who were self-governing being a stronger force than elected politicians. This was confirmed through Ranil who was not elected by the voters, becoming President. We have to discover the new Manu/structure and its shastras / laws.’


Hence, Minority communities need to think ‘secular’ first instead of ‘race first’ now that the system has gone through a restructure visible to the ‘world’.

At personal level, I realised that my legal actions against Australian authorities was endorsed by Truth. This realisation happened gradually when my book ‘Naan Australian’ was ‘taken’ to the National Library of Australia, via Congress library, through unknown forces.

The parallel of that is the role of minority pain in the dismissal of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.

Those who truly suffered, would identify with the ‘closure’ by Divine powers.

During current conflict with a local community group, I asked the management to take legal action against me. They wrote:

[We understand that your belief is that the levies are not valid, which is your right to believe so. ]

I responded:

[Likewise yourself / the Treasurer. That is permitted in Democracy. But in the system of Democracy, resolutions are required to be submitted well in advance, debated and then voted on. That did NOT happen in the case of Roof Membrane levy. Thus far you have failed to confirm that this levy went through this process.]


This meant that I am no longer seeing ‘race’ as the reason but the secular reason common to all. This restructure, I believe, happened due to my acceptance of the ‘Quiet Judgment of Truth’. This acceptance has rendered me exceptional insight into the whole of the Australian system in terms of interpretation of the law. In other words, the law alerts me to breaches and guides me through the common pathway. This to me is the value of ‘Tat Tvam Asi/Though Art That’

I strongly recommend Tamil politicians to recognise the ‘natural closure by Truth’ and use the secular pathway to find fault. The Policeman was acting as per his instructions. I do not know of a single Sri Lankan or Australian Policeman who is capable of interpreting the law on their own. When they do not have ‘rules’ they go into the ‘subjective system’. That is politics and not administration. It is time politicians stopped playing politics outside the boundaries of Parliament.