WHO ARE THE BRAHMINS?
The word Brahmin incorporates all the upper-caste Hindus of India. They claim that, because they were made from God Brahma's head, they are the chosen people of God. Worshipping a Brahmin is akin to worshippirig God incarnate. Serving a Brahmin and offering him alms is like serving God himself. These are in the beliefs that are inculcated in the minds of all other people, especially in the low caste Hindus. As a result, five percent of the Indian population have psychologically enslaved the other 95 percent. The Brahmins are the "Aryan" invaders of India who entered the country thousands of years ago via the Khyber Pass. Over the centuries they have established themselves firmly on Indian soil by ruling over, and enslaving, the country's original inhabitants.
DIVISIONS AMONG THE BRAHMINS
In Southern India the main divisions among the Brahmins are the Ayyars and the Ayyangers. A thorough study of these two groups will give the reader the correct knowledge of their gods, writings, families, culture and above all, the centuries old concealed rivalry between them for power and influence. The Ayyars are, by physical composition, the more direct descendants of the Aryans invaders. They have fair complexions, long noses and other physical features characteristic of Germans.
The MANU SMRITI (BIBLE OF HINDUISM) says:
(a) A Brahmin is born to fulfill Dharma. Whatever exists in the world is the property of the Brahmin. On account of the excellence of his origin, he is entitled to all. All mortals subsist through the benevolence of the Brahmin.
(b) Ignorant or learned, a Brahmin is still a great deity.
TO BRAHMINS - THE THREE WORLDS AND THE GODS OWE THEIR EXISTENCE.
Dr Ambedkar says the cardinal principles of Brahminism are six:
1. Graded inequality between the different classes.
2. The complete disarmament of the Shudras and Untouchables.
3. The complete prohibition of education to the Shudras and Untouchables.
4. Ban on the Shudras and the Untouchables in occupying places of power and authority.
5. Ban on the Shudras and the Untouchables in acquiring property.
6. The complete subjugation and suppression of women.
"Inequality is therefore the official doctrine of BRAHMINISM" (IBID - 204).
"Devadhinam jagat sarvarm
Mantradhinam ta devata
Tam Mantram Brahmandhinam
Brahmana nam devata"
Meaning: "The Universe is under the power of gods,
The gods are under the power of the mantras,
The mantras are under the power of the Brahmins,
Therefore the Brahmins are our gods. "
Abbe J.A. Dubois's "Hindu Manners, Customs and Ceremonies" Oxford, Third Edition 1906, Page 139. See also page 93.