Intercock and Double Life

All the people who yearns for orgasm by insulting me are back in this blog, hurling abuses just for the sake of getting on to me. PLEASE do not respond to any of this comments, I’ll just delete them off and ban them. Easier that way. I do not want to bark a lot here, I’ll just give a simple message through this article over two issues which roots to one, Interlok and leading a double life.

There is a lot of issue going on nowadays, that I hardly can keep in tab with all of them, so that I can write about it. But when I stopped and thought about it, it all boils down to one thing particularly, more like a morality issue. It is a known fact that most of us are hypocrites, sometimes we realize it; the other times we pretend like we’re not although we realize who we are. People, who keep quiet without responding to anything, will suddenly rise up with the rest, although they’ve never been supportive of a certain issue at all. Like a dick in a long ‘coma’ being given Viagra.

And even when they rise up, they do not know what they’re fighting for. We all do a lot of things; simply because we hear things from others. We do not stop, look and analyze about it. Like how we stop, look and analyze a certain girl, her shape, her face and finally deciding if she’s fuckable. Oh come on guys, be honest.

Let’s derive that last word, being honest. Say for an example you have a friend, and you know him for real. Like he’s your close friend in real life. You know how he is and what he is made of. Say like if he’s made of shit. Yet, this same friend you know turns and becomes a different character when it is a different situation. He becomes the most humble person, or such a caring guy when it comes to social networking, such as Facebook.

We call this leading a double life. We fake ourselves of what we really are, just to gain an objective. Say for an example you want to sleep with a girl, you certainly can’t portray yourself as a sex maniac, you have to lead a fake profile of a saint in order to lay her. That is one example.

Let’s take another example, the Interlok issue. To be honest, I don’t really know shit about it. When the issue was hot here, I was in India. When I came back, I got updated about it, but seriously never bothered, or thought it was such a serious issue.

But I see hundreds of my Indian friends, going hoo-hah all about it. Some were cursing with extraordinary amount of bad words, some were following up the updates so closely, some were spreading out the news and some were protesting massively online. This Intercock is an issue I will agree, but tell me guys, again and again, is this the only thing that will bring down our Indians reputation in Malaysia?

What kind of reputation are we holding anyway in Malaysia? People who had never been ‘honestly’ supportive of anything offline, goes in a Facebook rampage to be against this issue. People who had only posted emo liners and quotes-they-copied-from-google; all of a sudden goes with ‘fucking interlok’ and ‘blady bastard the writer’. Again, leading a double life. A fake one. Not being honest.

If you’ve been critical against all the previous issues in Malaysia, then I agree. Some of my friends claim that this issue will make Indians a laughable stock in future. Aren’t we already? Look at the amount of temples we build in the cemetery, by any tree we can find, in each of our house, by the roadside and construction site. The only place we haven’t build yet is in our backside.

Aren’t these issues a laughing matter? If you tie a saree to each big tree you can find outside there and claim its Amman, isn’t it something laughable indeed? Where were we during all this issue? What about caste amongst us? Aren’t we Indian still dividing among ourselves with Malayalees , Tamils, Telugus and so many others? Fighting along all this caste lines? Where was your I’m-against-this?

I’m not saying that you guys should hold or bow down when it comes to humiliation to Indians, but I’m asking why not look at the bigger picture too. Look at so many other issues at hand too. Think about the rest of the issues where Indians had already been a laughing stock. Even the biggest self claimed Indian party, MIC is a laughing stock. It is not the party after all, it’s because some of their members. Some of which you can find quoting Bhagavad Gita liners in Facebook when they’re actually aunty fuckers in real life. Another double life.

Back to Interlok.

MIC as usual had swallowed their own balls and their mouth is currently full, and despite all the self-claimed ‘strong’ protest they’ve done, the Government simply said in another word; Shut the Fuck Up, the book’s gonna go. On the other side, HRP is going on a rally, which will be a waste anyhow. The Government would just spray their jizz or cum all over the protesters face and throw them off the street.

In conclusion, have a stand or principle and make sure you follow it when you decide for something in the future. Do not lead a double life. Look at the overall picture when it comes to any issue; decide if it’s your stand. Then go for it. Or be honest and be against it. Do not follow the masses when you personally feel against it!

Instead, in simple words, be honest.

And just for the sake of it, Happy Valentine Days guys, like Vin said, ‘Play Safe’.

There is a lot of issue going on nowadays, that I hardly can keep in tab with all of them, so that I can write about it. But when I stopped and thought about it, it all boils down to one thing particularly, more like a morality issue. It is a known fact that most of us are hypocrites, sometimes we realize it; the other times we pretend like we’re not although we realize who we are. People, who keep quiet without responding to anything, will suddenly rise up with the rest, although they’ve never been supportive of a certain issue at all. Like a dick in long ‘coma’ being given Viagra.
And even when they rise up, they do not know what they’re fighting for. We all do a lot of things; simply because we hear things from others. We do not stop, look and analyze about it. Like how we stop, look and analyze a certain girl, her shape, her face and finally deciding if she’s fuckable. Oh come on guys, be honest.
Let’s derive that last word, being honest. Say for an example you have a friend, and you know him for real. Like he’s your close friend in real life. You know how he is and what he is made of. Say like if he’s made of shit. Yet, this same friend you know turns and becomes a different character when it is a different situation. He becomes the most humble person, or such a caring guy when it comes to social networking, such as Facebook.
We call this leading a double life. We fake ourselves of what we really are, just to gain an objective. Say for an example you want to sleep with a girl, you certainly can’t portray yourself as a sex maniac, you have to lead a fake profile of a saint in order to lay her. That is one example.
Let’s take another example, the Interlok issue. To be honest, I don’t really know shit about it. When the issue was hot here, I was in India. When I came back, I got updated about it, but seriously never bothered, or thought it was such a serious issue.
But I see hundreds of my Indian friends, going hoo-hah all about it. Some were cursing with extraordinary amount of bad words, some were following up the updates so closely, some were spreading out the news and some were protesting massively online. This Intercock is an issue I will agree, but tell me guys, again and again, is this the only thing that will bring down our Indians reputation in Malaysia?
What kind of reputation are we holding anyway in Malaysia? People who had never been ‘honestly’ supportive of anything offline, goes in a Facebook rampage to be against this issue. People who had only posted emo liners and quotes-they-copied-from-google; all of a sudden goes with ‘fucking interlok’ and ‘blady bastard the writer’. Again, leading a double life. A fake one. Not being honest.
If you’ve been critical against all the previous issues in Malaysia, then I agree. Some of my friends claim that this issue will make Indians a laughable stock in future. Aren’t we already? Look at the amount of temples we build in the cemetery, by any tree we can find, in each of our house, by the roadside and construction site. The only place we haven’t build yet is in our backside.
Aren’t these issues a laughing matter? If you tie a saree to each big tree you can find outside there and claim its Amman, isn’t it something laughable indeed? Where were we during all this issue?
I’m not saying that you guys should hold or bow down when it comes to humiliation to Indians, but I’m asking why not look at the bigger picture too. Look at so many other issues at hand too. Think about the rest of the issues where Indians had already been a laughing stock. Even the biggest self claimed Indian party, MIC is a laughing stock. It is not the party after all, it’s because some of their members. Some of which you can find quoting Bhagavad Gita liners in Facebook when they’re actually aunty fuckers in real life. Another double life.
Back to Interlok.
MIC as usual had swallowed their own balls and their mouth is currently full, and despite all the self-claimed ‘strong’ protest they’ve done, the Government simply said in another word; Shut the Fuck Up, the book’s gonna go. On the other side, HRP is going on a rally, which will be a waste anyhow. The Government would just spray their jizz or cum all over the protesters face and throw them off the street.
In conclusion, have a stand or principle and make sure you follow it when you decide for something in the future. Do not lead a double life. Look at the overall picture when it comes to any issue; decide if it’s your stand. Then go for it! Or be honest and be against it! Do not follow the masses when you personally feel against it!
Instead, in simple words, be honest.

29 comments to Intercock and Double Life

  • roob

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    durai, you expressed yourself well i believe, it got me analytical a little bit.
    Facebook is facebook la, there is no specific operating manual for it. Just basic ethics, no trolling and keep the bullshit as low as possible!

    But what i really think u struck a point is on the importance of the certain subjects in hand. Yes i totally agree. But then its all up to the pioneer’s/firestarter’s/getting the ball going/etc right? why dont u start something then? i shall be the first to click “like”

    But do keep away from indulging from what other’s belief man. Noone has any right to rob this away from them. Its simple realization, if you have found yours, keep it that way or choose a softer alternative. Just my two cents mate.

    Oh yeah when u said Vin? did u mean Vin Dicarlo? how do u know that guy?

  • Geetha

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    first of all, i personally think it is wrong to divide people according to caste. no one is above each other, no amount of knowledge, wealth, power or type of occupation can make a person the greater human being. everyone has something that we don’t have. When this whole interlok thing broke out many people were against it because they are afraid to be labeled as the so called low caste(like you said :hypocrites)and they think all indians should not be generalized that way. I didnt agree with the writer not because he generalized the indians, i just didnt like the fact the issue of caste was brought up in a form five book. why introduce something sensitive to 17 year old hormone raged kids?? what if kids from other races have an argument with an indian boy/girl and starts to taunt them by saying they of lower level therefore should listen to them and this starts a string of reactions (fights, parents getting involved and media etc. ) before this book, its bad enough the problem was just among the indians labeling each other and now its involves everyone. kids nowadays have enough issues to fight about and this is just like adding fuel to fire.. but then again, this is just my point of view when the issue broke out. but now no amount of shouting or rally is gng to make the book go, we should actually stop harping on it and start looking at other important things in life. :)

  • SumSingh69///

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    bro..feels 1 of ur line is true..wen u said indians creatin temples everywher..n when tey r demolished..issues arise..
    haiizzz
    kinda pathetic in a way

  • SumSingh69///

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVUsoPayw7w

    but seriusli..i pity tis boi..
    racism cant seems to end..
    ppl say spore is bter..m sre it occurs ther 2..

  • Max

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    good to see ur back…
    the points are clear but are we willing to accept it?
    Must change our mentality b4 we want to change other ppl’s perception towards us!

  • Nallapayan

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    when making arguments, stop representing all indians, speak only for yourself. Don’t put blanket blame on the community. About the Interlok issue, Durai seems to agree that he is of PARIAH caste and he is happy about. He doesn’t lead a double life because he is proud to be a PARIAH!

    I don’t get what point you try to emphasise. I mean what is you fucking message? You simply write and write incoherently without proper message. The only thing I see is you are only good in criticizing without any solution. It shows you are a coffee-shop or kalle kadai orator. You may not have any reputation or shame or dignity but don’t imply that on all Indians.

  • savundra

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    well said anne.. be urself! *thumbs up article*

  • Kugan

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    Awesome post mate.I reckon, online hypocrisy just comes naturally.
    No one knows and no one might judge us on a few liners on the “about you” section..LINE CLEAR.
    It has been there and this phenomenon will go on and on.

  • realist

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    hi! yeah there are many things we do which qualifies us to be looked down e.g. disgusting behaviour during a religious festival like Thaipusam; extreme eve-teasing;free usage of filthy language as though we don’t have a choice…the list goes on. nevertheless, we should not stoop so low as to allow that to be texted and read by school going children of all races as a literature matter. Moving on, putting the Interlok issue behind us, let’s work on improving ourselves…will we?

  • sangkee monkey

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    as long as these ballholders (read:MIC n spineless humans) r here, all v can do is show our middle finger n move on… for the double life ASSociation members,get a life!

  • Suthan

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    We can’t run away from the fact that the era used in the book was encompassed by caste issues and other negative perceptions. Obviously these perceptions came from somewhere right, like they say, all legends are based on truth. Who are we to distort history to our liking to prevent the dark side of our history. I certainly disagree with the way the author has phrased words and sentences in the book; perhaps he maybe operating with a slight bias towards. At the same time we can’t run away from the fact that the word “pariah” has been twisted to mean things far worse than the origins of the word. So to speak, perhaps we should consider stepping back and view the big picture and see that are bigger issues that press upon our societal fabric. Yes, edits are necessary in Interlok, but at the same time I believe that our energy is better spent elsewhere, in the areas that Indians need. Politicians need to realise that these issues are in passing and that they need to resolve the bread and butter issues of Indians instead of focusing on these superficial issues that carry no actual relevance to the hardcore poor and troubled souls that descend into crime that exist amongst us Indians.

  • Suthan

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    ^ damn didn’t proof read the post, my apologies for the errors..

  • roob

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    Durai,

    In response to what you wrote!
    http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=153537291369360

    I hope u laugh ur butt off!!

    hahahahahha

  • Raj

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    Well said durai. Well, we fight for simple things like this when our real problem is within our community. We get angry for someone who wrote about sumthing that our community believe and practice for thousands of years(The caste system). Why no one is getting angry with our own indians for still practicing caste and even forming their own associations.
    isn’t this the real problem we are facing? The novel is just a reflection on what has happened and still happening and i’m afraid will keep happening in our society……

  • Nallapayan

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    This is what will happen if Interlok remains…

    Do not submit this type of links which will incite hatred. If I see it again, simple, I will ban you.

  • Nanthini

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    very true durai.. even tis Interlok issues s jus out after sum1 found bot it..if dat person din bring it up, de society wudn’t be concerned of such an issue n dat wud av changed our future Indian history *as usual*.. v r young generation,if v not doin it rite, v can’t blame any1. i guess pen has more power than politic or watsoever..u keep up good work! Adv Happy Bday k.

  • Ash

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    I wrote about the Interlok debate on my site as well. Seeing that I am a teacher AND an Indian one at that, this issue is somewhat close to heart. I was also riled up about it but not in the way most Indians feel.

    See what you think
    http://serenadingserendipity.blogspot.com/2011/02/interlok-my-stand.html

  • Rishi

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    Brother Durai… I totally agree with your statement (is this the only thing that will bring down our Indians reputation in Malaysia?)
    There is allot of thing happening around their own neighborhood which they ignore it then all of the suddenly they go hoo haa on the intercock issue…
    it is just they don’t understand that with or without intercock book we are still stamped as “pariah” by them….

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    ” Some of which you can find quoting Bhagavad Gita liners in Facebook when they’re actually aunty fuckers in real life. Another double life.”

    Hahaha..i know who is it..:)

  • inba

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    ‘Some of which you can find quoting Bhagavad Gita liners in Facebook when they’re actually aunty fuckers in real life. ‘

    thangge mudiyile broooo

  • RamGopal

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    Dunno what u trying to say….Seems like someone spreading M16 bullets all around..not at 1 target!

  • RamGopal

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    Dunno what u trying to say….Seems like someone spreading M16 bullets all around..not at 1 target! Trully Raged!

  • thepinkdot

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    Agreed ! Nice thoughts u got there, love ur adjectives ;)

  • SunTannedSuperman_v2.0

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    To those opposing brother Durai’s opinions on Interlok, I ask you this, Do you think that the word pariah was introduced by the Brits or Malays or Chinese when Indians first came to Malaysia? Hell NO!

    You Indians divide yourselves into groups based on their profession. And FYI, we did not have IT experts, Software programmers, Call Center work back then. It was about getting rubber, and taking care of plantations, etc back then.

    And I watched an episode of Alarm on Vaanavil quite long ago. And for the general public’s info, according to the program:
    PARAYA = Paraiyan. Paraiyan is a man that repairs your torn shoes @ Shoe Cobbler.

    Back in the old days, Cobblers were regarded as a lower caste as their profession had to involve touching the feet of another for income.

    You see, OUR damned ancestors started introducing the word PARAYA into Malaysia, and caused the mess. The author of Interlok only wrote the story on how a situation would be when Malaysians lost their morality and some crap like that.

    We Indians forsake what we should fight for and fight for small matters. Typical. From that Interlok event itself, many people could see how many educated idiots are Tamils.

    • Sathyan

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      Dear SunTannedSuperman_v2.0,

      I agree the caste system started in India and there were many complications in that story, but let’s not get into that detail. The caste ‘Pariah’ was for the group of Hindus that ate beef and pork.

      Then again, our ancestors did not bring the Pariah word into Malaya at that time but it was the British who used the caste to divide and rule the Indians. All Indians were called ‘Pariah Dogs’ by the British. It is now an English word available in the dictionary to address street dogs.

      You first should get your bloody facts correct before making a fool of yourself by stating blunt statements. Again, how many educated Tamil idiots did you see in the Interlok event? were you only the bright one? What can you say about the Tamils occupation in Malaya, the history?

      My humble advice is to first go study your roots then comment on Interlok. Don’t study Interlok, use your bird brain and comment here.

  • ramesh naidu

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    there is nothing wrong with interlok..people r just being stupidly sensitive..the book is really good..in shows how it actually is..

    • Sathyan

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      Dear Ramesh,

      The book is supposed to be a historical literature. Let me first summarize the story of Interlok in case you fail to comprehend.

      ‘The Malays were land owners, the Indians were workers in the lands, the Chinese came and stole the Malay’s land. The Malays protected the Indians from the treat and treated them equally. The second generation, Malay, Chinese and Indian become thick friends and fought against the British, the unity of the 3 races in the Interlok.’

      Ok Ramesh, since you have said the people are ‘stupidly’ sensitive and the book is really good. Can you explain here, when were Malays land onwers? When did the Indians worked in the Malay’s land? When were the Indians so discriminated as in the book by the ‘Pariah’ caste by the Indians itself? When did the Chinese stole the Malay’s land?

      You have commented here without facts and just by using your own imaginations plugged from the sky. So go study about the roots of Indians in Malaya, how the British brought them here? for what purpose did the British brought them here? What did the Indians contribute for the independence? Don’t refer the story books from the schools. Go to the library and refer genuine historians research materials.
      Good Luck!

  • k

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    were you sexually abused when you’re a kid?why do u have to write using all those offensive language everytime you post something??be honest for once in your life..weirdo.

x

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