Saturday, January 14, 2012

Singapore. Indians and Malays should stand up now

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Singapore strongman Lee Kuan Yew has carefully over the years made sure, through repeated threats of arrest and imprisonment against any attempt by Singapore Indians and Malays standing up for their rights; while at the same time, he deliberately continues not only to diminish their numbers, but to destroy every single bit of language, customs and traditions that they ever had.

For example, the Malays in the past formed as many as half the Singapore population. Today despite the fact that they have the largest families, their numbers have dwindled to as few as 18% or so, while the Indians today form only 8% and steadily declining. Lee's deliberate racial cleansing policy has been to destroy both the Indian and Malay populations in Singapore and this he does by bringing in planeloads of Chinese peasants daily (the educated ones rather go to the USA) making the Chinese portion of the population a thumbing 78% and rising. At this rate there won't be anymore Malays or Indians left.

At the same time, you have the growing half breed population of mixed race, especially between Singapore Chinese women and Indian fathers. Lee Kuan Yew's Minister Vivian Balakrishnan is a product of such a union. I am not against anyone marrying anyone else, but the sad part of it is, it destroys the culture. Balakrishnan I understand knows no Tamil, which his father was, and knows nothing else other than just English, and unfortunately he is not an Englishman either.

In Singapore a large part of the Indian population is of mixed breed, a proportion which is growing, many looking more Chinese than Indian and none of them know the language, or anything else about being Indian.

Not just by the overwhelming immigration from Communist China but also through the union of Chinese women and Indian men, the Indian Singapore population is on the precipice of complete extinction.

And the fault for this lies in Singapore's Indian and Malay leaders such as Gandhi Ambalam and Jufrie Mahmood. Both of them should look not only to further the interests of Singaporeans as a whole, they should give a thought to their fellow Malays and Indians who have no other champions other than them, everyone else being thoroughly marginalized, silenced and sidelined through fear.

It is necessary now for Indian and Malay leaders to form their own organizations to fight for the interests of their own race. And I believe, so should the Singapore Chinese as they too are being drowned by this Lee Kuan Yew conspiracy to flood the island through Communist Chinese human imports, which I am sure they don't like either.

I am sure if Jufrie or Gandhi were to do this, Singapore's bully boy would surely call them racists and chauvinists, but truly, they are no such thing. Fighting for your kinsmen when Singapore is trying to destroy you, is not being racial. It is not only honorable, it is admirable.

Gopalan Nair
Attorney at Law
Disbarred from practicing law in Lee's Singapore, imprisoned and refused entry to the island for criticizing Singapore's judiciary in this blog (see blogpost May 29, 2008 Singapore. Judge Belinda Ang's Kangaroo Court)
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Anonymous said...

i'm 16, I hate this place but am stuck. It's crowded as hell, finding peace and some quiet is almost impossible.

Zajnat said...

At the UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon,

Speaking on the one-year anniversary of the fall of Tunisian autocrat Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, Ban said: "One-man rule and the perpetuation of family dynasties, monopolies of wealth and power, the silencing of the media, the deprivation of fundamental freedoms that are the birthright of every man, woman and child on this planet – to all of this, the people say: enough!"

Singapore falls exactly within this quote. I hope the leaders wake up soon.

Anonymous said...

A highly educated man such as yourself must surely be aware of the fact that the term 'breed' is only ever used in reference to animals. Was this intentional? Are you really trying to imply that people of mixed race and or heritage are animals and somehow less human than the rest of us. I came to read this blog assuming that I may find an enlightened and insightful analysis of politics in Singapore, but rather I find myself reading the ramblings of an ignorant bigot.