Author Archive for Kanthar Balanathan

Future Vision for SriLanka Governing Strategy – HE Gotabaya Rajapaksa (GR)

Tuesday, March 5th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert(RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng., MIEE Past Governance History: DS Senanayake – The First PM of SriLanka (SL) was DS Senanayake, a planter by occupation who managed his brother’s graphite mines etc. He was into rubber and tea plantations. (Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._S._Senanayake) Though he was the father of the nation who effectively carried out the Structural […]

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Governance and Psychology – 12 The vision for the Future of Tamils all over the World

Sunday, February 10th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert-Rel Eng(Monash), DipBus&Adm-Finance(Massey), CEng. MIEE This paper is written specifically for the Tamils all over the world to read and understand where they came from and why they left their motherland, and the conspiracy they are subjected to and the Root Cause for the conspiracy. India is a Tamils country and they […]

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Governance and Psychology – 11.1 Concealed Risk of Social & Economic Disintegration of Tamils

Saturday, February 2nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert-Rel Eng(Monash), DipBus&Adm-Finance(Massey), CEng. MIEE  SriLanka History It is not professed to go through history. Please read all my articles in www.nrnmind.blogspot.com. Whatever, in short, Tamils came 1700 years after the Sinhalese, with Magha who was not a Tamil. Ref;(i) https://www.britannica.com/biography/Vijaya-king-of-Sri-Lanka. (ii) https://www.britannica.com/place/Sri-Lanka/History#ref388477 It is requested that all Tamils read this article […]

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Governance and Psychology – 10 Republic of SriLanka Concealed Risk of Federalism – Focus on Tamil Diaspora

Friday, January 25th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert-Rel Eng(Monash), DipBus&Adm-Finance(Massey), CEng. MIEE Tamils both in SriLanka and Overseas are requested to read and digest this article, please. Tamil diaspora of the current generation, even their children are married to local mixed or half-caste race, are not prepared to give up their Tamil Eelam demand. People like Rudrakumaran and the […]

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Governance and Psychology – 9 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka Concealed Risk of Federalism in SriLanka

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan  Psychological Profiling of Muslims Just in a few words, would like to draw attention to the psychological profiling of Muslims and its impact on other people. Muslims are religious fanatics and have a belief that Allah is the greatest of all and time, however, they have their own grave differences, e.g. Sunnies, Shiites […]

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Governance and Psychology – 8 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka Third World Political Psychology

Saturday, January 19th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan  Human intelligence in the third world is limited to the level that some animal behaviour persists in the people and politicians in a multi-dimensional plane. Its based on the assessment of their behaviour and the output level and how they were trained. Humans Intelligence Quote: Perception is an active mental act. It is […]

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Governance and Psychology – 7 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka – Concealed Risk of Fading Buddhism and Sinhalas from SriLanka

Monday, January 14th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan Gautama Buddha Quote: (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gautama_Buddha ) Gautama Buddha AKA Buddha’s period is c.563 or c. 480 BCE. The evidence of the early texts suggests that Siddhartha Gautama was born into the Shakya clan, a community that was on the periphery, both geographically and culturally, of the eastern Indian subcontinent in the 5th century BCE.[34] One of his […]

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Governance and Psychology – 5 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan  Performance of SriLankan politicians since 1948. Formation of the Federal Party created the ethnic division. It could be concluded that it was instigated by the west for SJVC to form this party to enable to drive a wedge between the two ethnic groups. (divide & rule), since Ceylon was then under the British […]

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Governance and Psychology – 6 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan LTTE Er While LTTE was engaged in killing Sinhala civilians and destroying nations assets worth billions of dollars, India turned a blind eye and was helping the LTTE with arms and ammunition and allowed them to be domiciled and train themselves in Coimbatore and other places in the North. RAW was helping LTTE […]

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Governance and Psychology – 4 Cultural Psychology

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan Psychology of Tamil Diaspora Just to highlight the raucous, boisterous, character of Tamils, I would like to bypass the journal on Governance and Psychology and give readers an event that happened in Sydney in November 2015. Its title: Sydney Tamils boycott Sumanthiran’s meeting in Sydney”. This has some relationships with cultural psychology and […]

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Governance and Psychology – 1 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan Before we examine the framework of Governance, let us study deep into each of the frames and the psychology of humans who go into the parliament to take over the function. https://policyandpoliticsblog.com/2014/05/09/behaviour-change-as-psychological-governance-making-psy-citizens/ http://www.powertopersuade.org.au/blog/trust-and-governance-5-insights-from-psychology http://nrnmind.blogspot.com/2009/08/mind-science-intelligence-perception.html Governance Quote (Google): The concept of “governance” is not new. … Governance refers to a process whereby elements in society wield power, […]

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Governance and Psychology -2 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan What is Intelligence The ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills.” an eminent man of great intelligence” Intellect, intellect, mind, brain, brains, brainpower, powers of reasoning, judgment, understanding, comprehension, and quickness of mind. The collection of information of military or political value. “the chief of military intelligence” The True Meaning of Intelligence Essays. … This simple definition is often used by […]

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Governance and Psychology – 3 The Democratic Socialist Republic of SriLanka

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Kanthar Balanathan SriLanka became a republic on the 22nd May 1972. However, the JVP insurrection was launched on the 5th April 1971 and lasted till June 1971. To date, the root cause (RCA) of this insurrection was not released by any analysts. The revolt was under Srimavo’s government. It could be assumed that the revolt […]

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Incompetent Politicians from 2015 and their Assumed Putative Democracy -Ranil and his Fictional Constitution of SriLanka

Sunday, December 9th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan As soon as the election was over, Ranil from a minority party was appointed as Prime Minister. There is no need to define or highlight what Democracy is to these political kids. The neurotransmitters in the network of the UNP politicians went blank, as they thought they are in power and they can […]

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National Security and Megalomaniacs (UNP) of Sri Lanka

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan Taking a birds-eye view of the situation in Sri Lanka, an intelligent person should be able to conclude whether Ranil Wickramasinghe (RW) is a patriotic honest person to govern as a PM of SriLanka. He contested with Chandrika and lost. RW could not win in any presidential election to become the President. Every […]

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The Imbalance in the Neurotransmitter Network leads UNP politicians to Rowdyism

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan Ranil was appointed the PM in 2015 first lap not in accordance with the constitution. Subsequently, he shaped up, maybe with collaterals and Barter agreement and was appointed the PM. Although Sirisena was the President, Ranil took the upper hand and was directing the President as if he is the Chief executive. HE […]

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Psychological Ailment of Tamil Politicians

Wednesday, October 24th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan On independence, GG Ponnambalam became a minister in the Ceylon government. It is to be said that GGP earned his income through his excellent practice in criminal law. SJVC formed the Federal Party joined with several people. For SJVC funds flowed from Malaysia his mother country where he was born. Once they become […]

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Unproductive Rambling by Tamil Politicians

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan Since independence from the 4th Feb 1948 to date, Tamil politicians have treated Tamil citizens as a bunch of cattle herds driving them to a state of mental disorder. The perception of the politicians has been so low that they have an agenda for them to come back elected from their club in […]

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Concealed Risk of Multiculturism

Sunday, August 19th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE (UK), GradCert (RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm (Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE  This article discusses the issues/shortfalls, that will generate disharmony and create ethnic conflicts on a 25 to 50-year horizon in a multi-cultural society if migrants do not take integration and cohesion seriously. This is on the basis of different ethnic groups stay rigid with their […]

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Progressive Pattern of Capitalism, Competition & Social Conditions – Focus on SriLanka

Saturday, August 4th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan, Australia DipEE (UK), GradCert (RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm (Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE The time when DS Senanayake, Dudley Senanayake, Srimavo Bandaranaike were the head of State, they governed the country to their best of ability demonstrating their dexterities & proficiencies and honesty among politicians. DSS with his low educational level understood or accepted the advice of his […]

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Good-for-nothings Rats & Rodents have started to Chew Again – Focus on Sri Lanka

Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE (UK), GradCert (RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm (Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE Going back to pre-independence and post-independence, we all know that Tamils have been oppressing the lower caste Tamils and kept them under their arms to carry out mean & unkind work and obey them. Ponnambalam Ramanathan and Arunachalam advocated removing voting rights for the low caste […]

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SRILANKA, GOVERNANCE- ACCOUNTABILITY & PERFORMANCE SINCE 2015,

Sunday, June 10th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCertRelEng(Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng.MIEE SriLankan government since snatching power in 2015, have been in corrupt practice which has led the country to tiptoe towards bankruptcy. The term accountability” does not mean anything today, to the people of SriLanka or the members of parliament anyway. Parliamentarians think that they are the god which has freed […]

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SRILANKA, DEMOCRACY, BARTER SYSTEM (COLLATERAL) AND DEMOCRATIC CORRUPTION

Monday, May 28th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan Democracy is defined as a set of principles and practices that protect human freedom. It is defined as the codification and management of freedom. It is also said as to rest upon basic, entrenched principles, not uniform practices. It is also known that Democratic societies are committed to the values of tolerance, cooperation, […]

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Memorabilia and the hysterical mind of Jaffna University (JU) Students.

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan Quite frequently our Tamil youngsters in the North are critically frantic and hysterical with building memorabilia at odd places. Recently a media commented that the Jaffna University students started building memorabilia inside Jaffna Campus. Students of the University wanted to remember the people who died during the war, hence started the construction. The […]

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SriLankan Democracy in Peril

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert(RelEng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE  Australia Since 2015, people of SriLanka have perceived that the democracy that triumphed from 2004 to 2015 has weakened & shrunken as a result of a few politicians, taking the law into their own hand as if the country is their own, not being patriotic. This creates a […]

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Comments on disruption of discussion by Tamils

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan  DipEE(UK), GradCert(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng., MIEE(Lond) Retired Director & Specialist Power Systems Engineer Rowville Australia Viewing the attached video will reveal more truths on the behavioral pattern as to who are the rowdies and who are the gentle people of SriLanka. Behavioral pattern inflicts upon leadership quality. The Sinhala military officer gently and politely emphasized and outlined […]

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Power Avidity Versus Sovereignty, Patriotism, and Development

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

By Kanthar Balanathan The recent election in SriLanka is a clear-cut evidence of the verdict by the people that they are not satisfied with the current government and the Prime Minister Mr. Ranil Wickramasinghe. Some may argue that the voters had no choice but to cast their vote to SLPP (Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna) led […]

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SriLankan Politicians, Subornment, Enticement, Leading to the Country’s Collapse

Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCertEng(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng. MIEE Democracy, Sovereignty, and the three arms of governance In a democratic government, the three main columns of governance are the Executive, Legislature, and the Judiciary. Each should be independent, and should not interfere with other functions. However, each of the three arms functions and activities should be transparent […]

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Imperfections, & Drawbacks in the practice in Politics by the SriLankan Politicians

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Kanthar Balanathan DipEE(UK), GradCert(Rel Eng-Monash), DipBus&Adm(Finance-Massey), CEng., MIEE Fundamental SriLanka received independence on the 4th February 1948. The country was still under the British throne up to the 22nd May 1972, when the country achieved full independence. However, we still celebrate the 4th of February as the day of independence. SL spends millions of dollars […]

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Conceivable Flaws & Drawbacks in The Interim Report of the Steering Committee

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Kanthar Balanathan, Australia While being silent on the interim report of the steering committee, as a mark of respect the author gives to the members of the committee, it is a time dilated event, and request people of SL come forward to make comments, so that repeated slipups and bungles does not happen in the […]

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