Tuesday 26 September 2023


26 September 2023

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam






I did wonder from time to time, whether my painful experiences at the University of NSW(UNSW), joined forces with already existing karma at the UNSW, to become a larger return-karma form a huge circle of negative Energy . The background was reported follows, by the Sydney Morning Herald at https://www.smh.com.au/national/professor-guilty-of-misconduct-20031224-gdi1gn.html :


The leading transplant specialist Bruce Hall has been found guilty of misconduct on five separate occasions and censured by the University of NSW, after allegations by whistleblowers in his laboratory.

But in a controversial twist to the two-year saga over Professor Hall's actions at a university laboratory at Liverpool Hospital, the UNSW vice-chancellor, Rory Hume, has allowed the researcher to relocate his laboratory and selected staff to another site.


Two researchers at Liverpool Hospital - Dr Clara He and Dr Juchen Chen - and Hong Ha, a PhD student of Professor Hall, brought the allegations in 2001 over alleged doctoring of scientific papers and fabrication of research.


He was also accused of workplace bullying and applying for research funding on the basis of scientific reports that contained wrong or ambiguous data.

Dr Chen, Dr He and Ms Ha, with an unidentified fourth complainant, made the allegations under university procedures aimed at protecting whistleblowers.

In 2002, details of an internal inquiry into the case emerged on the ABC's Science Show.


I was unhappy at that time, that the victims went to the media, instead the authorities, as I had done. But gradually, I realised that we used different pathways towards the same purpose. Hence, we Synergized to produce exponential  outcomes greater than the sum of our individual effects.

During my isolation, I came across this flower that invited me to buy it for the prayer group. At the prayer group, Mrs Ganga Sundaram, an Indian Tamil said that it was Lord Murugan’s flower. Mrs Ganga confirmed her claim by counting the six petals and six filaments. An Eelam Tamil supporter said, it was கார்த்திகைப்பூGloriosa superba ), The flower of the LTTE.  This week, the Canadian Tamil group organising the Tamil Genocide Memorial at Brampton, referred to this flower as Kaanthal /காந்தள். Given that Gloriosa superba is also the flower of Tamil Nadu state, one is entitled to conclude that the two states – Tamil Nadu and Ontario have similar energies, that would merge naturally. Some would be at surface level through floating information, and others would be at deeper levels. At root levels, they would synergise.


The following at  https://tamilgenocidememorial.org/about-us did not make sense to me:



“I only know that without this testimony, my life as a writer….. would not have become what it is: that of a witness who believes he has a moral obligation to try to prevent the enemy from enjoying one last victory by allowing his crimes to be erased from human memory.” (Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Prize winner). - David Rajaratnam, Tamil Genocide Memorial, Canada

I am a writer and I am a Tamil. I wrote the book ‘Naan Australian’ as per my experience in Australia. I continue to live in Australia, as an Australian. I wrote my book ‘Jaffna is my heritage; not dowry’ in Tamil for the people covered by the law of Thesawalamai – based on Jaffna Tamil customs. Hence I would expect the above group to have written about Tamil experience to introduce the alleged Tamil Genocide Memorial. Truth reveals itself to its seekers. I concluded that this group is misleading the world. Are they naturally influencing the Canadian Sikh community also to be separatists?  

Those who use others’ experience, to promote their work, lack ownership and weaken their own intelligence.

The memorial is claimed to be in the form of Gloriosa superba, and given that I am a believer in Murugan, is my Murugan saying to write how I feel, so Jaffna Tamils would not be fooled by Canadian Tamils? All believers in Murugan will reject the Brampton Memorial as lacking in substance.

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