India after China in the International Court on novel Corona virus pandemic

India Drags China To International Court For COVID-19 War

India suing China in the International Court on the novel Corona virus not about winning or losing the case.

It’s not about remedies.

It’s about getting a hearing so that the people of China, and the international community, can watch.

It’s better to focus on “duty of care” instead of the biowarfare angle.

The compensation can be left to the court or stated later.

The court, even if an amount is stated, will ask for it to be quantified.

Conspiracy theories are difficult to prove.

Again, the Indian suit is not about winning or losing.

That’s why no amount has been mentioned.

The suit is about getting a hearing so that the people of China and the international community can watch.

When a people have lost their sovereignty to a handful of corrupt crooks, the onus is on the international community under international law and human rights to restore their sovereignty.

China, under the communist party, is a threat to global security.

The South China Sea is a case in point.

Beijing’s refusal to accept part of the high points between India and China, as the natural border and one that can be defended, is another example.

Beijing cannot insist on having some territory south of the high points. Such territory cannot be defended by China.

Beijing, like Mahathir and Erdogan, is also supporting Pakistan against India.

Pakistan is sitting on land which British colonialists stole from India, ostensibly for Muslims, but in fact to divide the great Indian Army. The Army was on the verge of slaughtering their British officers and the 100, 000 British and their families in India.

The British colonialists hid behind Gandhi, and Nehru, to save themselves.

Gandhi and Nehru, abetted by the British colonialists, hijacked the great Indian movement for freedom.

Democracy . . .

We should be anti those who don’t subscribe to the rule of law, democracy, multiparty elections, legitimate gov’t, sovereignty of the people, human rights, international law, and the universality and commonality of citizenship.

We should be anti those who swear by new forms of tribalism and feudalism.

India, US, UK, M’sia, among others, are also about new forms of tribalism and feudalism under the guise of democracy.

We should reject the idea of card carrying party members, whether in China or elsewhere. In China, the communist party has 90 million card carrying members. There are 1.4b people in China.

Modi, Trump, Xijinping, and Putin are strongmen providing strong leadership and strong gov’t.

There’s a case for strong leadership and strong gov’t but not strongmen.

Malaya and Borneo . . .

The Orang Asal are plagued by leaders who latch on to the balls of Malay politicians a la ketuanism to fill their pockets at the expense of the people.

Indians and Chinese in Malaya are addicted to carrying Malay balls a la rule BY law Mahathir.

DAP, for example, has very few members but many supporters. It should get rid of the members and only have party workers.

Hindraf Makkal Sakthi, an ad hoc apolitical NGO on human rights, has no members but only cadres and activists. It has many members.

Unfortunately, the race-based Malaysian Advancement Party (MAP) is trying to hijack Hindraf after having earlier been allegedly infiltrated by LTTE Tamil Tiger elements who want to revive Tamil Eelam in the west coast of Malaya.

Instead of going after MAP for being allegedly infiltrated by LTTE Tamil Tiger elements, the police went after lawmakers in DAP and ordinary people after being instructed by Mahathir.

There’s not even one Indian seat in Malaya. Non-Indians will not vote for race-based Indian parties.

Waytha Moorthy is using MAP to emulate MIC leaders who latched on to Malay balls under Umno for 60 years to fill the pockets at the expense of the people.

Putrajaya will not take any interest in the issues which concern the people.

So, Indians in particular, having no ethnic seats, have no choice but vote against whoever is in Putrajaya, every five years, until the Federal gov’t comes to its senses.

Briefly, the issues that matter are the degeneration, deviation and distortion on the Definition of Malay in Article 160(2), Article 152 on bahasa kebangsaan, Article 153 on reasonable proportion in four areas, NEP, and local gov’t elections.

Other issues include the Doctrine of Separation of Powers, the Federal concept, the right of free speech and the Malaysia Agreement 1963 i.e. the basis for Sabah and Sarawak to be with Malaya (masquerading since 16 Sept 1963 as Malaysia despite the Definition of Federation in Article 160(2)).

Negrito . . .

Last, but not least, Negrito (Semang) from Kerala, southwest India, were the first people to settle down in Malaya.

They came 40, 000 years ago. They are still in the mountains of Malaya.

The Negrito are still there in the mountains of Kerala. They came 70, 000 years ago i.e. at a time when no one was living in India.

Other Indians came to the subcontinent 15, 000 to 8, 000 years ago from southwest Iran (Dravidians), Central Asia (Aryans) and south China (Mongoloids descended from Dravidians).

Central Asia was a return of people who earlier left north India as albino Dravidians and returned as Aryans after some mixture with wandering Mongoloid tribes.

There are no pure Dravidians and pure Aryans in India.

The Mongoloids are still around in Ladakh, Sikkim, Bhutan (now independent), Nepal (independent) and the seven mostly Christian states in northeast India.

Again, the Negrito are still there in the mountains of Kerala.

Watch this . . .

Flatten the curve of infections, protect the frontliners in public healthcare and re-open the economy.

The onus is on the people to eliminate the virus.

The gov’t can only educate them.

If the curve becomes unstuck, MCO and lockdown have to be re-imposed.

In fact, a 24 hour global curfew for 21 days will eliminate the virus. Start with 14 days.

Read further here . . .

The people have a right to speak up, speak out, on novel Corona virus pandemic.

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.

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