Posted in Indian

Resolve our own problem of statelessness first

By N. Ganesan

(Hindraf national advisor)

The problem among the Indian poor, attempting to live normal productive lives without MyKad, without birth certificate and with red identity card continues in spite of the statistics issued from time to time by government agencies like Special Implementation Task Force (SITF) or by outsourced BN partner NGOs like Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (DHRRA).  All of this points to the failure of current policy of the BN government in providing the basic right of citizenship to this most vulnerable segment of our society.

Continue reading “Resolve our own problem of statelessness first”

Posted in Dosa Umno

Way past time for Hindraf to sue Najib Razak

Updated: 29 March 2015

Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy believes that at some point in time during the hearing of his class action suit in the London High Court (to begin tomorrow), Najib Razak would have to be subpoenaed to testify.

The Hindraf lawsuit in London on March 30

Waytha is also quoted in an FMT report today ‘Hindraf suit in UK not to embarrass M’sia‘ as saying that the May 2013 MoU between Hindraf and BN is among the thousands of documents which his organization has compiled for their case.

BELOW: J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai is a trustee of the Global Movement of Moderates (GMM), yet another of Najib’s many expensive 1Malaysia-Transformasi outfits

WongChunWaiNajib Continue reading “Way past time for Hindraf to sue Najib Razak”


When bad things happen to good people

Un peyar enna?“, I asked the elderly woman in wheelchair whom I met in the Jalan Duta court complex.

I’m not sure if my syntax was in the correct required courteous form for a younger person to address an older one but anyway the phrase is Tamil for “What is your name?”

“Kalaiyani,” she replied in a friendly manner and we chatted a bit.

The lady passed away a few weeks after that meeting. Continue reading “When bad things happen to good people”

Posted in INDIA

Thank you all for the responses to my Waytha postings

Considering that the predominant readership in my blog is presumably pro-establishment Malay, the responses here, all in all, has been rather muted (when it could have been far more hostile).

Compared to some of the “happy to see him go” responses elsewhere in the pro-Umno websites, I take your relative silence / restraint as something positive, i.e. no news is good news, because at least there is not much venting against him.

Continue reading “Thank you all for the responses to my Waytha postings”

Posted in Evangelista Bintang Tiga

National reconciliation, DAP style

The exchange between Onyourtoes and Anticommunalist are taken from the reader comments section in today’s Malaysiakini article, ‘By-election hopeful caught in racism row‘. The Kajang by-election prospective candidate referred to in the Malaysiakini article is Yuktes Vijay.

Yuktes had courted controversy and the ire of the Dapsters with his Facebook posting below. Continue reading “National reconciliation, DAP style”

Posted in Evangelista Bintang Tiga

Main reason those people are very dangerous

By N. Ganesan

Hindraf national adviser

(31 May 2013)  There is a dangerous trend developing in the public information domain that bodes ill for us all Malaysians.

We used to criticize the mainstream print media for its untruthful and biased reporting of events and occurrences around the country. Now it looks like that is coming full circle with the online media, social media all resorting to similar yet more vicious campaigns of untruths and distortions of truths. Continue reading “Main reason those people are very dangerous”

Posted in Evangelista Bintang Tiga

Pakatan’s “Hitlerite Blackshirt tactics” — Hindraf


By P. Waytha Moorthy

Historic opportunities arise when certain defining events converge for a while in history. The minority Indian Malaysians have such a historic opportunity on their hands right now.  It behooves all Indian Malaysians to be able to perceive this window of opportunity, so the right decisions can be made and the historical circumstances utilized to the best advantage for all of future.

The Dacing (the Pakatan/Barisan Dacing) hangs in delicate balance one day before the elections. When it hangs in balance like this, even small additions to this side or that will determine the tilt of the Dacing. This is the historic opportunity that I speak of. The Indian minority, small as it is, can determine which way the Dacing will tilt.


Continue reading “Pakatan’s “Hitlerite Blackshirt tactics” — Hindraf”

Posted in Evangelista Bintang Tiga

The Ibrahim Ali brand name / Hindraf explains the MoU

I read a comment somewhere in blogosphere that Dapsters will link, with the name “Ibrahim Ali”, just about any Malay individual who is in the DAP crosshairs.

In other words, anything Malay that the Dapsters are against will be conveniently tarred with the Ibrahim Ali brush.

Well it appears that the phenomenon is not confined to Dapsters alone but found in Malaysiakini as well, and with an added twist now. Continue reading “The Ibrahim Ali brand name / Hindraf explains the MoU”

Posted in DAPster, Evangelista Bintang Tiga, Mama DAPster

Raja Petra on the possibility of returning home

Raja Petra Kamarudin wrote yesterday in his column titled ‘The question of cowardice‘,

“The problem is: they [the critics] disparage me for refusing to return to Malaysia.”

“However, if I do return to Malaysia and nothing happens, they will say I have made a deal with Umno.”

“And if I return to Malaysia and I get arrested, they will say that it is merely wayang to stop people from saying I have made a deal with Umno.” Continue reading “Raja Petra on the possibility of returning home”

Posted in PRU13

When Umno wins the GE, who will be blamed?!

Malaysiakini columnist Mariam Mokhtar made an astute observation yesterday from the pro-Pakatan point of view.

She wrote in her column under the headline ‘Waytha’s betrayal‘:

“The marginalised Indians are euphoric about being kingmakers in GE13 but if Umno wins, it would not be difficult to imagine who the nation will blame and who will be the biggest losers.”

Mariam has read the Pakatan mood very knowledgeably. Continue reading “When Umno wins the GE, who will be blamed?!”


Hindraf meeting Najib today

By Malaysian in New York

I think it is very welcomed where the PM can hear it direct from the very people who represent the downtrodden one unlike hearing it from the apple polishing Indian-based coalition partners like MIC, PPP, MMSP, AMIPF, etc. These other buggers have only been filling their own pockets without bring to light the genuine problems of the poorer segment of the Indians.

Continue reading “Hindraf meeting Najib today”

Posted in Gunting Dalam Lipatan

Ubah.TV berbanding MCA punya tv

Janganlah pula sesetengah pembaca menyangka bahawa Kit Siang sudah uzur. Dia masih lagi “sihat dan kuat” (kerana banyak minum Milo, kot).

Baru semalam bakal YB Gelang Patah itu naik pentas untuk berceramah. Ia sebuah acara yang ditayangkan melalui live streaming oleh Ubah.TV, iaitu sebahagian daripada saluran media DAP. Continue reading “Ubah.TV berbanding MCA punya tv”

Posted in PRU13

But Hindraf, you have declared war on Umno before, bukan?

Hindraf chief P. Waytha Moorthy believes that politicians merely ride on the issues to gain political mileage.

“The poor Indians have seen 12 elections before this and many have voted in many elections believing in the promises of both divide. They are tired and have given up hope on politicians,” he said. Continue reading “But Hindraf, you have declared war on Umno before, bukan?”

Posted in Pakatan

Pakatan’s principles? What principles?

N. Ganesan

I refer to recent media reports where Anwar has gone on record stating that Pakatan will review its recently released Manifesto Rakyat to include five additional pledges to the Indian electorate.

Anwar needs to be given a pat on his back for the courage to admit this large error of omission after so much argument on principle – principle of need based versus race based and principle of policies that transcend race. In this latest outcome those principles did not seem to matter. Continue reading “Pakatan’s principles? What principles?”

Posted in INDIA

BN based on racial formula, Pakatan based on racial formula

Reply to Calvinsankaran # 21

By Conrad

2013/03/07 at 5:32 pm

I think the problem is not pressure groups demanding their rights. PERKASA, HINDRAF, SUQUI are different entities but all are demanding their “rights” as guaranteed by the Constitution or their interpretation of it.

You still have not addressed the contradiction of having a “Malaysian view” and your fidelity to a specific racial group. In addition, it is difficult to see where you are coming from when you claim that minorities are demanding “unfair” and “unjust” concessions. Unfair and unjust in what context? [See below]

PERKASA is not strong because UMNO is weak. PERKASA is strong because UMNO allows it to be a pressure group and not UMNO youth. Continue reading “BN based on racial formula, Pakatan based on racial formula”

Posted in INDIA

Kenapa Uthaya menolak ABU

Dalam perbualan telefon kami semalam, ketua* Hindraf P. Uthayakumar menjelaskan bahawa gerakannya kali ini “tidak akan memberi laluan percuma” kepada Pakatan.

Yakni, berbanding PRU12, undi pengikut Hindraf tidak lagi mungkin dihadiahkan umpama cek kosong (blank cheque) kepada pembangkang.

Uthaya juga berkata belum ada seorang pemimpin Pakatan yang mengutuk Mat Rempit-Mat Rempit menyerang ceramah di Jalan Kebun kerana politikus Pakatan takut kehilangan undi Melayu.

Continue reading “Kenapa Uthaya menolak ABU”


Why Hindraf Indians won’t vote Pakatan next election

“Indian representatives in BN are political mandores, as Hindraf Makkal Sakthi and the HRP put it. If so, Indian representatives in Pakatan are ‘double mandores’. The difference is that the former can mention ‘Indian’ in public while the latter are barred from doing so.”

— Joe Fernandez in Free Malaysia Today (read here)

‘Indians will not vote Pakatan’ 

According to Joe’s analysis published today, “There’s no need for Umno, BN and MIC to persuade Indians not to vote Pakatan. Indians will not do so.”

Continue reading “Why Hindraf Indians won’t vote Pakatan next election”