Tamils - a Trans State Nation..

"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."
Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C

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- January 2008 -

Week Ending: Sunday 3 February 2008


"...The tie between information and action has been severed. Information is now a commodity that can be bought and sold, or used as a form of entertainment, or worn like a garment to enhance one's status. It comes indiscriminately, directed at no one in particular, disconnected from usefulness; we are glutted with information, drowning in information, have no control over it, don't know what to do with it...The computer is an answer to the questions, how can I get more information, faster, and in a more usable form? These would appear to be reasonable questions. But now I should like to put some other questions to you that seem to me more reasonable. Did Iraq invade Kuwait because of a lack of information?.. Does racism in South Africa exist because of a lack of information?.. Here is what Henry David Thoreau told us: "All our inventions are but improved means to an unimproved end. And here is what Socrates told us: "The unexamined life is not worth living."" Neil Postman in Informing Ourselves To Death, 1990

Comments to include

Professor Nayda Cruz, Radio Alianza Celestial On Jesus Christ - The Rebel of Rebels by Sachi Sri Kantha "I just want to thank you for showing a side of Jesus the Christian church has failed to see. I always believed that there was some spunk to him... As a western Christian this essence of Jesus has been forgotten or not explored, it's taboo. He always taught to be humble as a dove, but wise as a serpent." more

Tamil National Forum

1. Sachi Sri Kantha writes from Japan on Shell-shocked Generals

" Chief Fonseka: �I say! Will you read that ceremonial speech which I have to make here, after launching the Mechanized Infantry Division (MID)?� Subordinate 1: �Sir, here it is. LTTE is on the run. By the end of this year, when I retire from my post, there won�t be any LTTE to talk about�� Subordinate 2: (in a hush tone) �Sir, just now we got an SOS that Tigers are firing shells towards Palaly tarmac..." more
2. Sanmugam Sabesan writes from Australia

உலகப் பயங்கரவாதி அமெரிக்கா "...இலங்கையில் பிரச்சனை இருந்தால்தான் அமெரிக்கா இலகுவாக உள் நுழைய முடியும் என்று ஆரம்பத்தில் குறிப்பிட்டிருந்தோம். இதனூடாக உள் நுழைந்து, ஓரளவு காலூன்றி விட்ட அமெரிக்கா, இனி இந்தப் போரை முடிவுக்குக் கொண்டு வருவதன் மூலம் தன்னுடைய பொருளாதார, கேந்திர நலன்களைத் திடப்படுத்திக் கொள்ளத் திட்டம் போடுகின்றது...".... more

Tamil Digital Renaissance to include

1.VanniTech Graduates Showcase Their Prowess in VanniVision�08 "VanniVision - the annual high-tech exhibition, was held at the VanniTech campus on January 24th 2008. The recent graduates � Class of 2007, who have successfully completed their 1-year programs in IT related fields, showcased their newly acquired skills through various computer hardware and software products." more

2. International Forum for Information Technology in Tamil Dr.K.Kalyanasunderam and Mr.T.N.C.Venkatarangan unanimously elected Chair and Vice-Chair for 2008/2009

Conflict Resolution: Tamil Eelam - Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Sunday Leader on The Political Fraud behind the APRC Farce "After labouring for 63 sessions, over 250 hours and spending millions of tax payers' rupees, the All Party Representative Committee (APRC) and President Mahinda Rajapakse last week delivered an ant in what is nothing short of a massive political fraud perpetrated on both the Sri Lankan people and the international community." more

Tamil Diaspora - a Trans State Nation

A Tamil Mother, Wife, Daughter and a Refugee writes from Ottawa, Canada: What can I do? - Sharing my thoughts with the Tamil Diaspora "The plight of our people has been steadily reaching newer levels of pain and suffering. And, after being an observer with a hands-off approach, I decided to do something about it. I became proactive - in small ways. As a mother of two young children living in Ottawa, Canada and having many commitments, it was not easy to change my inaction - but I did. I firmly believe now, that if we all do our little part and started working towards a common vision, that vision will and must materialize. I realise there�s spiritual element to this as well, and of course some people are skeptical when it comes to these things. But I still wanted share my simple suggestions at the end of this article, with other ordinary people who, like I used to be, are a bit lost when it comes to how they can help..."

... together with Comment by tamilnation.org "We are privileged to publish this article by a Tamil Mother, Wife, Daughter and a Refugee in Canada. During the many years that tamilnation.org has existed we have rarely received a more authentic, touching and moving call for action from a Tamil in the Diaspora to the Tamil Diaspora. We publish also an easily downloadable and printable PDF version of the article - because we truly believe that every Tamil in the Diaspora will gain much herself/himself by returning to read this article from time to time. " more


C.N.Annadurai"...It is claimed that Hindi should be common language because it is spoken by the majority. Why should we then claim the tiger as our national animal instead of the rat which is so much more numerous?... ...A man had two dogs - a big one and a small one. He wanted his dogs to go in and out of the house freely without him having to keep the house door open all the time. So he built two "trap doors" - one big trap door for the big dog and one small for the small dog. Neighbors who saw these two doors laughed at him and called him an idiot. Why put a big door and a small door? All that was needed was the big door. Both the big and the small dog could use it!.. Indian government's arguments for making Hindi the official or link language of India are as ridiculous as the need for a big door and a small door for the big dog and the small dog... Why do Tamils have to study English for communication with the world and Hindi for communications within India? Do we need a big door for the big dog and a small door for the small dog? I say, let the small dog use the big door too!.." C N Annadurai, 1962

British Tamils Forum Boycott Campaign against Travel by Sri Lankan Airlines to include

Boycott Sri Lanka Airlines: Campaign Flyer - R.Cholan

Boycott Sri Lanka Airlines

Tamil National Forum to include

1. N.Nandhivarman writes from Puducherry - Remembering the 1965 Anti Hindi Struggle

Chinnasamy, Sivalingam and Aranganathan
'Thannai Velvan Tharani Velvan'

Jaffna Library - Burnt, 19812. M.Thanpalasingham from Australia on யாழ் நூலகம் " சிட்னி,அவுஸ்திரேலியாவில் 19 ஜனவரி 2008 இல் திரு வி.எஸ். துரைராசா அவர்களால் வெளியிடப்பட்ட யாழ் நூலகத்தின் கொந்தளிப்பான வரலாறு பற்றிய நூல் வெளியீட்டில் ஆற்றிய உரை." more

Tamil Nation Library to include

Passions of the Tongue : Language Devotion in Tamil India, 1891-1970 Sumathi Ramaswamy "It was a quiet, cool January dawn in the South-Indian city of Tiruchirapalli in the year 1964. A can in his hand, a man named Chinnasami left his home�leaving behind his aging mother, young wife, and infant daughter�and walked to the city�s railway station. On reaching there, he doused himself with its contents and set himself on fire, shouting out aloud, �inti olika!tamil vālka!� (Death to Hindi! May Tamil flourish!). Chinnasami�s example was not lost. A year later, to the date, history repeated itself but not necessarily as farce: five other men burned themselves alive �at the altar of Tamil.� Three others died just as painfully�not in a raging blaze, but by swallowing insecticide�also for the sake of Tamil, they declared in their own last words.." more

Spirituality & the Tamil Nation: Yogswami - the Sage from Tamil Eelam to include

யாத்திரையும் யாத்திரிகனும் - பராசக்தி சுந்தரலிங்கம் "நாங்கள் எல்லோருமே வாழ்க்கையில் பயணம், யாத்திரை செய்தபடி இருக்கிறோம். நாங்கள் யாத்திரிகர்கள். இது புற உலக யாத்திரை. �புற உலகைப் போலவே அகஉலகம் ஒன்றும் உள்ளது. அங்கே உன் பார்வையைச் செலுத்து. அகமுகமாகுக� என்பது சுவாமியின் வேண்டுகோள். " more

Week Ending: Sunday 27 January 2008

Festivals of the Tamil People

Tamil Nadu Government declares First of Thai as Tamil New Year Day...

"Fulfilling a long time demand of Tamil scholars, Tamil Nadu government would declare the Pongal Day - the cultural festival of Tamils, as Tamil New Year Day, Governor Mr Surjit Singh Barnala today announced in the Tamil Nadu Assembly. What is now celebrated as Tamil New Year Day falls in the month of April... The move is in accordance with the policy of the Dravidian movement, which aims to remove traces of Brahminical culture and revive Tamil culture..." more

Ideology: The Strength of an Idea

Subhas Chandra BoseRemembering Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose - born 111 years ago on 23 January 1897 'Freedom is not given, it is taken.. One individual may die for an idea; but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives. That is how the wheel of evolution moves on and the ideas and dreams of one nation are bequeathed to the next...' Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

"...Subhash Chandra Bose's life was a beacon to me, lighting up the path I should follow. His disciplined life and his total commitment and dedication to the cause of his country's freedom deeply impressed me and served as my guiding light..." Velupillai Pirabakaran, 'How I Became a Freedom Fighter', April 1994

Tamil National Forum to include

1. Victor Rajakulendran writes from Australia On the APRC, President Rajapakse & the International Community together with Comment by tamilnation.org "Mr.Rajakulendran is right to trace the history of the ARPC and President Rajapakse's twists and turns to survive in power. Said that, we ourselves continue to hold the view that the international community is not so foolish as to be 'fooled' or 'hoodwinked' by President Rajapakse. The international community is not stupid...The actions of the international community need to be understood in the context of the "International Dimensions of the Conflict in Sri Lanka" and in particular the international community's present concern at the JVP-Chinaward tilt/dependence of President Rajapakse. Today, the international community's actions are directed to pressurise President Rajapakse to fall in line with IC interests in the Indian Ocean region. And if and when President Rajapakse's own left of centre Sinhala nationalist political constituency (which is his power base) permits him to fall in line with IC interests, the international community will be content to allow President Rajapakse to perpetuate Sinhala rule of the people of Tamil Eelam through mechanisms such as the 13th Amendment..." more
2. Sachi Sri Kantha writes from Japan On that FBI Report: �Taming the Tamil Tigers: From Here in the US� "In its 100 years of existence, the celebrated folks who have been named, targeted and harassed by the FBI as �subversives� for their beliefs and deeds surely make a Dream Team of 20th century�s ranking thinkers, literati, scientists, social activists, artists and entertainers. For a sample, I provide the following names who were identified by the FBI as �subversives�: Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann, Charlie Chaplin, Sinclair Lewis, Carl Sandburg, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, Arthur Miller, Jonas Salk, John Steinbeck, Aldous Huxley, Paul Robeson, John O�Hara, Tennessee Williams and Martin Luther King Jr. Now, what would you say? Isn�t LTTE and Pirabhakaran in great company? " more

3. Sanmugam Sabesan writes from Australia யுத்த நிறுத்த ஒப்பந்தத்தின் முடிவுக்கு அப்பால்.....


"...A thousand years ago, Sun Tzu remarked that all war is based on deception. Today, 'liberal democracies' who go to war, extend that deception to their own people as well. Faced with the need to secure the consent of their people, they set about manufacturing it. Partial truths, and on occasion, outright falsehoods are put out for public consumption so that public opinion will be supportive of the action taken by the ruler. Usually, many years after a war is over, classified documents are released into the public domain - and journalists and historians dig up the facts. The cynicism of real politick is then admitted, and even condemned - until, ofcourse, the next time..." Nadesan Satyendra in Nato, Kosovo & Tamil Eelam, 1999

Conflict Resolution: Tamil Eelam - Sri Lanka - All Party Representative Committee (APRC ) Farce to include Tamilnet News Feature - APRC: key to peace or an albatross?-

Tamil Eelam Struggle For Freedom to include

1.Tigers will bring clarity to Sri Lanka's conflict - K.V. Balakumaran, Senior Member, LTTE interviewd by National Television of Tamil Eelam (NTT) "...As a precursor to the anticipated battle, the SLA is trying to chip away the strength of the LTTE, as well probing the LTTE strength through small scale skirmishes at the periphery. We understand their tactics, we haven't underestimated their strength either... Once the fire of freedom is lit, there is no turning back; sacrifices are part of this decision, and our people fully understand this...We have to have a clear view of what diplomacy means. Whether Sri Lanka allows diplomats to visit, or when Sri Lanka stops diplomats visiting Vanni, they are trying to achieve the same objective. That is to find ways to advance the self-interests of Sri Lanka and the host countries of the visiting diplomats. It is wrong to think that allowing diplomats to visit Vanni is in the interest of LTTE; we should not entertain such delusions..." more
2. On Prabakaran's Role in the Tamil National Struggle - Shanthi Sachchithanandan "...he did not initiate the struggle; the demands have already been articulated by Tamil leaders long before... (but) Pirapaharan is the single most dedicated leader who gave voice and form to the demands put forward by Tamil political leaders of the 50s, 60s and 70s..." more

Tamil National Forum to include

Editorial on Bloody New Year "...Almost six years after the signing of the Cease Fire Agreement (CFA), it is again the subject to debate: was the CFA and the subsequent peace talks a historical mistake of the Tamils? In the past, only the pessimists among us said so. They talked about historical mistakes and so on and predicted doom and gloom. Now the CFA is dead the debate is alive again among all sections of the Tamils..." more

Tamils: a Trans State Nation - living in many lands and across distant seas...

1. Melbourne

Melbourne Tamil Sports Festival

2. Sydney

Week Ending: Sunday 20 January 2008


Bhagavan Sathya Sai Baba - Jayalakshmi Satyendra�Do not seek the Guru outside you, in hermitages or holy places. The God in you is father, mother, preceptor, and friend... Action is spiritual practice, when it is done as seva. The service attitude is most beneficial to the person rendering it as well as to others. Service is the best use to which the body can be put. In fact, you are not doing service to others. You are doing it always to yourselves, to the God in you, the God who is equally present in others." - Sathya Sai Baba

"Changing discourse within which something is thought, spoken of and acted upon is a very powerful approach.." Professor Galtung

Tamil Nation Library: Conflict Resolution - Revisited

Solving Tough Problems: An Open Way of Talking, Listening, and Creating New Realities "...Increasingly we face issues for which hierarchical authority is inadequate. No country president can resolve intractable political stalemates that stand in the way of national development... Faced with this reality, we see everywhere a growing sense of powerlessness and an increasing reliance on force. The former reflects awareness that the big issues are generally getting worse, not better; the latter, a desperate response to this awareness... Adam Kahane's book poses a third option: a transformation in our ability to talk, think, and act together... While this third option is commonly dismissed as idealistic and unrealistic, Adam's belief in this possibility has been forged in the fire of some of the world's most complex and conflicted situations....We are unable to talk productively about complex issues because we are unable to listen... Listening requires opening ourselves. Our typical patterns of listening in difficult situations are tactical, not relational. We listen for what we expect to hear...We measure success by how effective we have been in gaining advantage for our favored positions. Even when these motives are covered by a shield of politeness, it is rare for people with something at stake truly to open their minds to discover the limitations in their own ways of seeing and acting. Opening our minds ultimately means opening our hearts. The heart has come to be associated with muddled thinking and personal weakness, hardly the attributes of effective decision makers...When a true opening of the heart develops collectively, miracles are possible. This is perhaps the most difficult point of all to accept in today's cynical world, and I will not try to argue abstractly for what Adam illustrates so poignantly. By miracles I do not mean that somehow everything turns out for the best with no effort or uncertainty. Hardly. If anything, the effort required greatly exceeds what is typical, and people learn to embrace a level of uncertainty from which most of us normally retreat... It is about discovering how to act in service of the whole, not just in service of our own interests..."

Tamil Language & Literature to include

International Symposium on Tamil as a Classical Language Organised by Institute of Asian Studies, Chennai and the Centre of Excellence for Classical Tamil, Mysore.

International Frame & the Tamil Eelam Struggle for Freedom to include

1. United States: US Pacific Fleet Commander meets Sri Lanka Defence Secretary "strengthening the bilateral relations between defence establishments of the two countries"...

2. India: India admits helping Sri Lanka Navy "Indian Admiral Sureesh Mehta - 'We support by checking our activities on their coast and their activities on ours. In this way, we help ourselves by helping them.'".

Tamil Nadu & Tamil Eelam Struggle for Freedom to include

Ravi Kumar, Member of Tamil Nadu Legislative Assemby writes from Chennai
சுயநல இலங்கைக்கு தோள் கொடுக்கலாமா? "அமெரிக்காவின் ஆதரவை எப்படி முஷ்ரப் தனது சொந்த நலனுக்காகப் பயன்படுத்திக் கொள்கிறாரோ அப்படித்தான் ராஜபக்ஷேவும் இந்தியாவின் ஆதரவைத் தனது சுயநலத்துக்காகப் பயன்படுத்திக் கொண்டு தனது பதவியைக் காப்பாற்றிக் கொண்டிருக்கிறார்... இனியாவது இந்தியா தனது அணுகு முறையை மாற்றிக்கொள்ளுமா?" more


"Mahatma Gandhi's greatness lay in doing what everyone could do but doesn't". Gandhi's biographer, Louis Fischer quoted by Tom Weber in Gandhi's Salt March to Dandi

Tamil Eelam Struggle for Freedom: Boycott Sri Lanka Products and Services & Save Tamil Lives to include

1. R.Cholan writes from USA - We Send Them the Money: So don�t Complain Part VII

"So Mahinda Rajapakse has abrogated yet another solemn pact with the Tamils for peace. And, we the Tamil expatriates keep sending his government billions of dollars every year with our spending habits. As I pointed out in Part-I of this series, our grocery spending is the most grotesque.There are those who ask why? �Why boycott ONLY the Sri Lankan groceries?� Why not the other ways in which the Tamil expatriates are sending money to Sri Lanka? Good question..." more
2. British Tamils Forum: Boycott Sri Lankan Airlines

"...Sri Lanka is bathed in the blood of innocent Tamils. It is a 25 year old military war waged by the Sinhala nation of Sri Lanka to gain supremacy over the Tamils who comprise a separate historical nation. 70,000 Tamils have been killed in this unconscionable war without witness and 1.0 million ruthlessly driven away from their homes into internal exile... Say No to blood money earned by Sri Lankan airlines for the Government of Sri Lanka.." more

Tamil Culture - the Heart of Tamil National Consciousness to include

Nakeeran writes from Canada on சங்க காலத் திருமணம் "இன்றைய தமிழரின் மணமுறை பண்டைத் தமிழர் மரபுக்கு முற்றும் மாறானாதாக இருக்கிறது. இதனைத் தமிழ் இலக்கியச் சான்று கொண்டு காட்டலாம். அன்றைய தமிழருடைய திருமணம் எளிமையாக நிகழ்ந்தது. அதில் சடங்குகள் எதுவும் இல்லை. எரியோம்புதல் இல்லை. தீவலம் வருதல் இல்லை. அருந்ததி பார்த்தல் இல்லை. புரோகிதர் இல்லை. " more

Tamil Language & Literature

Dr.K.Kalyanasundaram (Project Leader) on 10th Anniversary of Project Madurai - Pongal Day 2008 "..We are pleased to recall on this auspicious week of Thaip puttANTU/Pongal 2008 that our Project Madurai initiative completes TEN years and is marching on strong...Our objective at the January 1998 launch was preservation and propagation of our rich Tamil literary heritage in the e-form (most widely used one of the 21st Century)..." more

Tamil National Forum to include

1. Sanmugam Sabesan writes from Australia

தைப்பொங்கல் தினமே தமிழ்ப் புத்தாண்டுத் தினமாகும்"தமிழரின் தேசியத் திருநாளான தைப்பொங்கல் நாள் குறித்துப் பல கருத்துக்களை, வரலாற்று வழியாகவும், வாழ்வியல் வழியாகவும், பண்பாட்டு வழியாகவும், �பண்டைய காலக் கணக்கு முறை� வழியாகவும் முன் வைத்துத் தர்க்கிப்பதுவே இந்தக் கட்டுரையின் நோக்கமாகும். " more

2. Sachi Sri Kantha writes from Japan The Indo-LTTE War (1987-90) - An Anthology - Part 5: Brewing Discontent on Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi "The 9 news reports, commentaries and interviews that appear in this part (in chronological order) predominantly cover two themes; (1) brewing discontent on Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi in early 1988, and (2) the tug of war for Jayewardene succession among the four UNP contenders amidst the ascent of JVP terrorism in the southern Sri Lanka. These were the sub-plots which exerted influences on the progress of the Indo-LTTE war..." more

Fortnight Ending: Sunday 13 January 2008

Tamilnation Home Page Extensively Revised & Sequenced


Ludwig Wittgenstein
Wittgenstein - the aroma of coffee
"why can't we describe in words the aroma of coffee?"

"...all the propositions of logic say the same thing, to wit nothing. To give the essence of a proposition means to give the essence of all description, and thus the essence of the world. The limits of my language mean the limits of my world...What can be shown, cannot be said.There are, indeed, things that cannot be put into words. They make themselves manifest. My propositions serve as elucidations in the following way: anyone who understands me eventually recognizes them as nonsensical, when he has used them - as steps - to climb up beyond them. He must, so to speak, throw away the ladder after he has climbed up it. He must transcend these propositions, and then he will see the world aright. What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence... why can't we describe in words the aroma of coffee?..." Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Tamil Language & Literature: Pazha Mozhi - Tamil Proverbs - பழ மொழி

"...But why so much ado about nothing ? Why take so much trouble about these proverbs ? What is the good of it ? Who cares for these obsolete childish things? Perhaps some old grandmother, when telling stories to women and children inside the houses who are half asleep on their mats, may make some use of them... My answer is that.. Whether we look to the West or to the East we find that figurative speech always has great influence over the masses..." Hermen Jensen in A Classified Collection of Tamil Proverbs

The Tamil Heritage to include

Remembering Veera Pandiya Kattabomman:
3 January 1760 - 16 October 1799 248th Birth Anniversary - Era Ramachandran writes from Thiruchi, Tamil Nadu

Kattabomman Statue "... உலகம் தோன்றியது முதல் இன்றைய காலகட்டம் வரை பிறந்து மறைந்தவர்கள் எல்லோரும் நம் நினைவில் நிற்கமுடியாத நிலை. ஆனால் காலத்தால் மறைக்க முடியாத மனிதர்கள் இன்றும் நினைவில் வாழ்ந்து கொண்டுதான் இருக்கின்றார்கள். அப்படி வாழ்ந்து மறைந்த மாவீரனாக நம் நெஞ்சங்களில் வாழ்ந்து கொண்டிருப்பவர்களில் ஒருவர் வீரபாண்டிய கட்டபொம்மன்..." more

Reflections: New Year 2008

"அன்றும் சரி, இன்றும் சரி, தமிழரின் உணர்வுகளை, அவர்களது வாழ்நிலை அவலங்களை, அவர்களது தேசிய அபிலாசைகளைச் சிங்களப் பெரும்பான்மை இனம் புரிந்து கொள்ளவில்லை. புரிந்து கொள்ள எத்தனிக்கவுமில்லை. புரிந்து கொள்ளும் ஆற்றலும் அறிவுத் திறனும் ஆன்ம பக்குவமும் அவர்களிடம் இருப்பதாகவும் தெரியவில்லை... சிங்கள மக்களின் மகாவம்ச மனவமைப்பில், அவர்களது சமூகப் பிரக்ஞையில், அவர்களது அரசியற் கருத்துலகில் அடிப்படையான மாற்றம் நிகழுமென நாம் எதிர்பார்க்கவில்லை. சிங்கள - பௌத்த மேலாண்மைவாதத்தின் வீச்சும் வலுவும் தணிந்து போகவில்லை. மாறாக, அது புதிய, புதிய வடிவங்களை எடுத்துப் புத்துயிர்பெற்று வருகிறது... " Velupillai Pirabakaran மாவீரர் நாள் 2005

"We are proud of the history of our country... We were taught to venerate the glorious example of our heroes and martyrs...When there are many men without honor, there are always others who bear in themselves the honor of many men. These are the men who rebel with great force against those who steal the people's freedom, that is to say, against those who steal honor itself. In those men thousands more are contained, an entire people is contained, human dignity is contained... " Fidel Castro Ruz, in 'History will Absolve Me' - Speech in his own defence at the Moncada Trial in Santiago de Cuba on 16 October 1953

Nelson Mandela"..The time comes in the life of any nation when there remain only two choices: submit or fight. That time has now come to South Africa. We shall not submit and we have no choice but to hit back by all means within our power in defence of our people, our future and our freedom..." Nelson Mandela, on the formation of Umkhonto we Sizwe, (Spear of the Nation), 16 December 1981

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Sanmugam Sabesan writes from Australia -
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