Antany Peter

About Antany PETER

I was born in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. My dream of changing the world started with myself, at the age of 14. I had understood that education leads to knowledge and knowledge leads to power. When I was 16 years old, I had completed reading about Gandhi, Martin Luther King Junior and President Abraham Lincoln. When I was 17 years old, I started to ask questions about the civil war and its legitimacy.

I clearly comprehended that India did not take arms to fight for its freedom but creating Tamil armed groups was made no sense. The people around me didn’t answer my questions about the civil war’s legitimacy but quickly undermined my knowledge and credibility, because I was a teenage boy. When I was twenty years old, I decided travel internationally to feed my knowledge further.

I have an Australian business degree and a postgraduate qualification in Human Resources Management. On top of that, I have read more than 300 books to expand my knowledge in world history, human development, the global economy and international affairs.  Furthermore, I have done two pieces of research papers.

My first research piece was ‘What are the stumbling blocks for Asians to prosper as the world’s majority in Asia, as well as in the world?’ My second research piece was ‘What made the Western countries so powerful, and what does it take them to keep their power?’ For both pieces of research, I chose the research materials because the western countries would not support this kind of information to equip Asians or tell the world how they have been ruling and intending to carry-on.

I also have lived in four continents and travelled to over 25 countries around the world to understand cultures, local economy and political systems. I am a passionate intellectual when it comes to enlightening others through my knowledge and speaking out for the people who cannot speak for themselves, especially for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of Australia.

My writings about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples struggles nationally and internationally have prompted the Australian government to apologise to the Stolen Generations, but still long way to go to recognise their rights. I do not focus on the hardships that I face due to the actions that I have taken, but only on my hope and dream that the injustice will turn to justice. I urge everyone to be part of the change and human development, for this reason alone I encourage you to share this website with others.


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