United States Supreme Court Ruling on Travel Ban

December 5, 2017

United States Supreme Court Ruling on Travel Ban

Padmini Arhant

The latest ruling by U.S.Supreme Court favoring the White House indefinite travel ban on targeted countries via. Syria, Libya, Iran, Yemen, Chad, Somalia, North Korea and Venezuela with six of them being Muslim majority nations is political in the face of the incumbent President Donald Trump”s personal remarks and views about Muslims in general.

The White House claim echoed by the Department of Justice Attorney General Jeff Sessions that the travel ban decision is to protect American people from harm by citizens of these nations is an irony considering the fact that all eight nations listed for travel ban are the victims of United States and allies aggression through air raids, bombing, continuous shelling and terror sponsoring besides illegal economic sanctions against them since 2011 and until now.

On the contrary, Saudi Arabia whose citizens were involved in 9/11 terror attack missing on the travel ban list confirms the administration and judiciary priority of vested interests over national interest.

The fundamental principles of democracy are slighted in applying the rule of law that are regrettably premised on external forces influenced U.S. foreign policy rather than earlier experience on national security threatened and compromised with internal collusion and so-called allies participation behind the worst terror attack on American soil.

The nations under constant attack and challenges from United States and allies perceived as threat while the ones that were actually responsible for 9/11 not to mention their footprints in subsequent terror activities in different parts of the world continued until today exempt from scrutiny is a bizarre position posing credibility factor on indifference in security matter.

The politically driven egregious decisions exemplify myopic perspectives with little or no concern for humanitarian values and America’s status on human rights and reliability on global relations critical in resolving myriad international crisis.

The reversal of ban against these nations with restrictions on those travelers from anywhere identified with verified criminal and/or terror involvement record barring discrimination otherwise against anybody is the sane approach that would guarantee cooperation and efficient intelligence sharing at global level necessary to avert any potential danger or security problem against United States and the rest of the world.

Inclusion and not isolation is the solution to manufactured terrorism and violence unleashed for profitability at human life expense. Accordingly, alienating nations of specific faith and others due to political disputes are neither reasonable nor pragmatic.

The politics aside, focus on economic, academic and cultural prospects with all nations are key to sustainable progress.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

Author & Presenter PadminiArhant.com

Spouse in Divine Mission


United States – State Sponsored Terrorism via TSA Institutionalized Racism

July 26, 2015

By Padmini Arhant

I, Padmini Arhant, representative divine mission, author and presenter padminiarhant.com have been writing and providing solutions to problems faced by people regardless of race, religion, creed and background from world over.

I wish to highlight on the prevalent discriminatory practice at the airports in the United States making travel anything but normal.

The issue is relevant and deserves attention along with intervention to end prejudice.

Accordingly I present the mater with appropriate recommendation.

My introduction to the world began in 2008 Presidential campaign and until today I am tirelessly and selflessly engaged without being paid a dime for service from anywhere i.e. taxpayers, corporate or magic tree bearing golden coins. 

In return for my service to humanity, there are many trading venom and expect honey.

The invasion of my home, life and privacy including family matter considered the political class business with intrusive surveillance and constant monitoring by those who should be on radar for their nefarious activities and scandalous track record as public figures thriving on taxpayers funded mansions, remuneration, perks and privileges enjoyed beyond the term in office.

Notwithstanding my identity, ideas, words, thoughts, style claimed as their own constituting criminality, plagiarism and piracy in willful involvement as imposters, wannabees and glory hogging opportunists.

I invested time, efforts and our lifetime savings in the 2008 Presidential election.

The contribution was  acknowledged in the form of hazardous Chemical trails sprayed over our roof on countless occasions affecting our pet with tumor who had to undergo major surgery last year.

In terms of travel experience – The harassment at the United States airports targeting specific race or ethnic traveler(s) i.e. racial profiling under the guise of national security is unconstitutional, illegal and confirms reality in the desperate measure to protect real perpetrators in the position of power and authority behind 9/11 attack and current sponsors of terrorism, radicalism, extremism, militancy and cannibalism.

The proponents procedures on scrutiny and humiliating body scan at the airports never subjected to objectionable, reproachable and offensive indulgence by TSA and abusive government agencies on taxpayer salary.  Hence there is insensitivity to abominable demeanor.

Due to serious infringement on individual rights and deliberate assault on character in public premise through pervasive body search tactics on selective individuals,

I, Padmini Arhant –  divine mission representative demand an apology from those exceeding limits in  their respective designations and the government of the United States of America.

I also seek termination of prejudicial incriminating practice using false pretext to criminalize honorable citizens for political reasons and bias reflecting on the sources irrational and irrefutable behavior.

The failure in this regard would have repercussions in epic proportion in accordance with divine agreement and natural law.


Padmini Arhant






Home is Where the Heart Is

December 5, 2008

I have, literally, stayed in places around the world, from foreign Australia, to exotic India, to beautiful Paris, to the tropical Caribbean, and, of course, San Jose, California.

However, the place I call home, the place that draws me in like a magnet, coagulating in harmony with my very soul; is none other than New York City.
Ever since the first moment I stepped onto New York ‘soil’, I was fascinated by the heartbeat of the city.

I love everything about it, even the people.

The way the buildings tower over the residents in Manhattan, creating a somewhat urban picturesque scene, drew me in.

It created a sense of closeness and cluster, which I had absolutely no problem with.

The modernity of the city is another thing I adore. The very essence of the city, its people, its attitude, its culture; are all what make it great.

My favorite part of New York City is Manhattan, by far.

Sure, the bourgeoisie attitude and feel of the richer parts is what most people like, but I am partial to the real Manhattan, the street side; where people know who they are and what the world is really like.

To me, this is where the pulse of the city lies, where people from all over the world come together to rush to work on time, or to catch a flight to a meeting.

I think New York City holds the entire world in one big ‘apple’, so to speak. In other words, ideas from across the globe come together in New York City.

You can find anyone or anything you need on one island. For example, when I was in Manhattan in winter of 2007, I stayed there for one week.

During the course of that week, we had the opportunity to eat or way across the world, with such cuisines as Thai, Afghan, Moroccan, Nigerian, and, obviously, a traditional New York City diner.

Another aspect of New York that I truly enjoy is its people. A one week stint in Brooklyn is enough to make anyone reshape their image of the world.

The people in New York City are varied greatly, from the hard working single-moms who struggle to make ends meet, to the upper-class Cadillac-drivers who don’t give two hoots about the people around them.

It is interesting how both of these extremes somehow coexist in one city.

The people of New York City are unlike any other, in that most of them have mainly one goal: to get through the day.

I like the New York folk because they are a hard-headed bunch, but they know their ideals and they know the difference between right and wrong.

Additionally, the design of the city is another detail I admire. New York City is composed of five districts: Queens, Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, and Staten Island.

These districts are interconnected by various highways and bridges, making travel from one island to another easy. Knowing these roads is the key to getting around.

The varied architecture of New York is an interesting concept.

On one island, you have sprawling areas of gargantuan skyscrapers reaching out up to the heavens;

While on a neighboring island, you have domestic areas like houses and apartments, similar to the kind you might picture when you hear the word ‘suburb’.

The architecture of New York City is yet another example of polar opposite coexisting in one amazing city.

New York City is definitely the place I call home. The heartbeat of the city echoes my own, and I wish to live there one day, at least for a few years, to satisfy my craving for the ‘Concrete Jungle’.

Thank you.

Kanish Arhant-Sudhir