Uthaya, Hindraf, should focus on Article 153, Definition of Malay in Article 160

Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later unless an artificial prohibition on upward social mobility is imposed.

The evil caste system, created by the Brahmins, is governed by an artificial prohibition on upward social mobility.

If not for the artificial prohibition, those affected would enjoy upward social mobility when the karmic forces exhaust themselves.

Umno imposed an evil caste system in Malaya 60 years ago, based on Article 153 and the Definition of Malay in Article 160.

The 15, 000 additional matriculation seats plus 2, 500 of the existing 25,000 seats should have been given to Indians and Chinese.

90 per cent for Malays is a violation of the reasonable proportion in Article 153.

The so-called Malays made up 50.4 per cent of the population in 2010.

2020 will be almost the same figure.

Population, at the most, doubles every 25 years.

The Definition of Malay in Article 160 was to give an identity to Muslims, able to speak Malay, and either born or domiciled in Singapore or Malaya by Merdeka, 31 Aug, 1957.

Their descendants are also Malay.

Those who convert after Merdeka in Singapore and Malaya are not Malay.

Generally, the Malays in Singapore and Malaya are Tamil, Malayalee, Yemeni and Turk from India; and Bugis, Javanese, Minang and Aceh from Indonesia.

The Definition of Malay is an artificial construct, an aberration in law.

The Constitution is colour blind.

It was Frank Swettenham who said that “we must protect the Malay from himself”.

The Malay, said Swettenham, is an arrogant creature.

“He will not hesitate to harm you even if it means suffering much greater harm in the process.”

Swettenham could not have been referring to the so-called Malays with roots in India. It’s the so-called Malays with roots in Indonesia who are in-bred.

The British, before they left, created MIC and MCA to protect the Malays — read Umno — from themselves.

MIC and MCA were all about preserving the interests of the elite Indians and Chinese and the business community.

MIC and MCA leaders subscribe to the corruption of the cium tangan cium pantat syndrome to fill their pockets in return for delivering Indian and Chinese votes to Umno.

*1 year report card*
*: Mr P Uthayakumar*
*Chairman Hindraf 2.0*

*Roundtable Meeting*

*1) IC/BC*
*2) Matriculation*
*3) Tamil School*
*4) Hindu Temples Demolition*
*5) Homelessness/B75 Indian poor*

*Tentative Date*
*May 12, 2019*
*Time : 2.30 pm @ Sunday*
*Venue : Brickfields*

At the Meeting on 12 May, the participants should resolve to launch three online Petitions:

(1) urge the Federal gov’t to request India to fetch Zakir Naik;

(2) urge the Federal gov’t not to observe Article 153 in the breach;

(3) urge the Federal gov’t to accept the reality that the Definition of Malay in Article 160 is an artificial construct, an aberration in law.

The Constitution is colour blind.

As long as Items 2 and 3 above are not resolved, the Indians in Malaya will continue to suffer. Article 153 and Definition of Malay in Article 160 are the root causes of the Indian plight in Malaya.

No point harping on matriculation, ICs, birth certs, Tamil schools, temple demolishings, poverty etc

During the Hindraf class action suit at the High Court in London, the judge said that no court in the world will accept the racist Federal Constitution of Malaya.

Hindraf 2.0 should not focus on small issues which others are also taking up.

Tell Uthaya Kumar to focus on the big picture.

When Waytha Moorthy was in London, he used to harp on Article 153. Now, he’s silent.

He’s claiming that the people are now united with him as Unity Minister.

He has been silent on Sri Lanka.

After New Zealand, he organised a big rally of freaks.

There’s no honest debate on the plight of Indians.

Uthaya Kumar may be trying to be another Waytha Moorthy based on the flawed thinking, “if we can’t beat them, might as well join them”.

Uthaya has seen his brother grinning from ear to ear, looking ever more fat and prosperous, while he literally remains skin and bones.


Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

14 thoughts on “Uthaya, Hindraf, should focus on Article 153, Definition of Malay in Article 160”

    1. Her face means what? Due to mixture anyone can look anything. I visited Gulf countries and Southern parts of Arabia people are brown, it is a hot place. Name means what? Name only is passed down from father to children, the mother’s side and many other aspects are not taken into account. May be up her mother’s side, some male may have Arab blood. You yourself said Kerala has Arab blood too in it. She is definitely a mixed. So she wont look pure aArab. What I meant by Pakistan was someone from that side (Sindh, Balochistan, North West frontier etc). In past all places were called by their language names or kingdoms. In Kerala there is lot of mixture.


      1. Who told you he called himsel a Marathi? His name is clearly N Surendran, very openy. That is a Tamilian name. Where did he call himself Marathi? Never heard or read of him doing that. Can you show any proof/link of it? Even if he does so, why does it matter? Marathi, Taml, Malayalee, we all Indians lah, same Indian race.. No need to divide. Surendran and Latheefa Koya are the Indian leaders we need.

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      2. or may be his mother must be marathi. His name N Surendran clearly states he is from south Indian origin, as far as I am aware he has always called himself Indian and defended Indian people in Malaysia regardless of Tamil or Sikh or Malayalee. You should not bother such divides. Focus on Indian issues as whole.

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    1. That is a claim you are making.. Can Ambiga and Latheefa substaniate your claim? If not, then you are spreadin wrong information about him. His wikipedia clearly says he is son of S Nagarajan. I have spoken to him too, h e speaks in Tamil fluently, he has all the mannerism and cultural beliefs of a Tamil. I never saw any indication of being a Marathi. He is very public about his Tamil culture and Tamil language. So to say he made a claim he is a Marathi to you, is unbeliebable and only hinges on your own words which you cannot provide proof. Even if he is a Marathi (wildest of case), may be he has a Marathi ancestor. How do you know he does not? May behis mother had. Even if he claims it, so what? Isn’t Marathi also Indian? Indian should not get divided over such things. Claiming to e a Marathi to you in a restrauant, should not be a criteria to reject him. He has done so much for Indian community. We Malaysian Indians are proud of N Surendran.


      1. You can ask the three people.

        I thought that he was joking. He was not.

        I even wrote about it in malaysiakini.

        I asked him whether he was Malayalee. He said he was Marathi.

        I asked him about complaints that he does not speak Tamil. He said he does.

        Ambiga chipped in and said Surendran gives ceramah in Tamil.

        The actor Rajinikanth in Tamil Nadu is in fact Marathi. There are many Marathis who have settled down in Tamil Nadu.

        There are also Saurashtrians from Gujerat and Bengalis settled down in Tamil Nadu.

        Many Malayalee and Pathan in Tamil Nadu too.

        The Pathan mixed with Tamils are known as Patani. They speak Tamil and Urdu.


      2. Well, he was joking! I know his family, lot of us know his family very well they are Tamils. Yes, you are right about lot of non-Tamils settling in Tamil Nadu and adopting Tamil culture. Some of the fair skinned ones among Tamils are originating from north. No dispute with you on that one. However, N Surendran is a Tamil by ethnicity and language and he identifies as so. His father was Nagarajan. Latheefa Koya is a Malayalee, with some Arab mixture in her.


      3. Please understand, Malayalee is someone who holds on to the Malayalee ethnicity, speaks the Malayalam language habitually and whose family have lived in Kerala for generations. Same applies to Tamils. One cannot simply make pointers at a person as being that or this. Culture and language and generational ties to that culture/language is important. N Surendran’s ancestors may or may not have come from Kerala, but as of now, they are Tamils and follow tamil culture and language. That is the reality.


    2. How do you know she does not have Arab blood? From her mother’s lineage side someone may have come from Mapilla group. Her father’s lineage may not, so she don’t carry that. I said she is mixture. Definitely something up there. Lot of Malayalee Muslims with fair skin definitely have some mixture of Afghan or Iran or Pakistan or Arab in them. Kerala was major trading area .


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