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An appeal to save the nation from ‘Anna’rchy
Musician, philosopher and the author of the book that started it all - Thomas Easaw, appeals to parliamentarians, to help stop the destabilization of the nation by Team Anna.
By: Thomas Easaw
Hon’ble Member of Parliament,
India is at a juncture in history, when our own people as well as the entire world are expecting so much from the Indian Parliament, especially whether it is another law that our country requires or tweaking of our already existing system.
Corruption cannot be prevented and justice can never be delivered, if the real problem is not identified and addressed. Creating law after law to solve each discrepancy, as and when unearthed, without coherent philosophy, has resulted in the law becoming cumbersome and unwieldy. Because of this complexity, the common man has been compelled to remain ignorant of even the basics.
On 1st July 2009, I had written to the Hon’ble Law Secretary with a copy to the then Hon’ble Union Law Minister, Shri Veerappa Moily, regarding my unique and original work, ‘Justice Theory and the Ten amendments’. Overwhelmed by the contents of the letter, the minister replied on 8th July 2009, thanking me for the inputs. On 26th July 2009, I had written to all the then parliamentarians seeking support for this cause and many of you replied to me expressing solidarity. On 11th September 2009, I had sent a copy of my book to every parliamentarian for perusal and thought. Even though some of the inputs were reflected in the vision statement of the Law Minister released a month later, the subsequent draft of the Judicial Standards & Accountability Bill 2010 was largely diluted. But it is worthwhile to note that the government had already declared its willingness for reform and change and many ruling and opposition MPs had declared support for the cause, even before the so called anti-corruption crusades started.
India, as we know today, has been built upon the sweat and blood of millions of people over thousands of years. We are theoretically the freest society in the world. It is true that we have held the British to ransom through Satyagraha because they looted us and denied us equal rights for 300 years. But to do so in a free country like ours, against a democratically elected government, by exhorting to paralyze and destabilize the nation, amounts to treason.
Being the author of the ‘Justice Theory’, and the propounder of the ‘Justice Era’, I believe it is my duty to submit before the parliament that even though judicial accountability has been mankind’s long ignored need, accountability for judges without accountability for lawyers will only criminalize the nation.
The book ‘Justice Theory and the Ten Amendments’ is the panacea for all the ills in our system, so simply and authentically explained like no other treatise before it, and has taken 25 years of thought and research to be distilled to its down to earth simplicity. The eBook link attached herewith, will hardly take 15 minutes of your valuable time but can give you the insight of a lifetime.
For our country’ sake, for mankind’s sake, please . . . . . . . .
A Fundamental Philosopher
The book can be read and freely downloaded at