Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia

With only 15 Parliament seats in mostly Malay majority areas as opposed to DAP's 28 Parliament seats in Chinese populated areas, it would be correct to say that DAP is the voice of the Chinese people.-Malaysia kini-

I would have to say that there is some truth in the statement. But, most paramount of all, it is a dire need that Malaysian Chinese ought to first learn and understand the national language. I am giving a mere general statement and acknowledge that there are a handful which do understand and converse well, despite having half a century of Independence.

Chinese schools had to survive mainly on public donations. If so, then go to a national school. With better qualified teachers and facilities your children could learn better. I am against sekolah jenis kebangsaan not on the grounds of racism, but more on patriotism. one could still learn their mother tongue in national school. There should be only one mainstream, the national school. However, what is there to complain, and what is in the essence for a whimp, the Government still do donate cash and let the school run.

Walaupun kita fikir bila mereka hendak sekolah Cina dibantu, kita bantu, sepatutnya mereka membalas budi...macam tidak ada penghargaan terhadap apa yang kita lakukan'.Mahyuddin.

First, let me see, this is bahasa malaysia. I doubt the English language has such vocabularies in their dictionary; these monkeys lack senses in their mind. With special referrence to Michael, Richard Teo and Yum whom had written and gave their 'ungrounded' opinions in an article in Malaysiakini. I am not here to say that i am a Pro Barisan supporter. But, it is essential for them to also put in their neurons it is much wiser to keep silent and be presumed a fool than talk and be proven one. And yes, this is English. Having learn Jurisprudence, a qoute from Thomas would be just nice to give a good taste of medicine on these individuals " Nihil est in intellectu quod non fuerit prius in sensu" ; nothing is first in the intellect that is not first in the senses. I vehemently believe, they lack both, sad but true..

These few individuals could gave their opinions on nearly anything under the sun, but, they forbid another to do so. Where is the freedom of thoughts gentlemen? Rather one sided dont you think so.. It is also essential for one to look carefully into the DPM's statement. That, i leave to you.

Monday, April 6, 2009

Never Quit

When things go wrong as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When funds are low and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh.
When care is pressing you down a bit.
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.
Life is queer with its twists and turns
As every one of us sometimes learns.
And many a failure turns about
When he might have won had he stuck it out:
Don't give up though the pace seems slow -
You may succeed with another blow.
Success is failure turned inside out -
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt.
And you never can tell how close you are.
It may be near when it seems so far:
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit
It's when things seem worst that you must not quit.

If you think you are beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don't.
If you like to win but think you can't,
It's almost a cinch you won't.
If you think you'll lose, you're lost.
For out in the world we find
Success begins with a fellow's will.
It's all in the state of mind.
If you think you are out classed, you are.
You've got to think high to rise.
You've got to be sure of your-self before
You can ever win the prize.
Life's battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster man.
But sooner or later, the man who wins
Is the man who thinks he can.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Myth vs Reality

16 September 2008, today is april 2009..how long more???perhaps never..

At least, this is not a myth

Hindraf-set free

i was very shocked as to see these 5 men released from ISA. ISA draconian as it may be, still has its relevance in modern times. Right to be heard is essential, yes, i agree, but, if proven one is a threat to national security, why not just have it?

oh well, back to these 5 machas.. I would applaud the government's call as to set them free, either it is a political strategy or a kind gesture, that would be up for ones interpretation. Though, i would be concurring with the former.

But, all in all, we can now see, there is a few liberalization and less draconian-ism. If one is to propound that dictatorship is back, i would be of the opinion that is not, at least not yet and do hope not.

Segundo(secondly), evidence is tomorrow, got to study..cheh, studi la konon...puwiittt

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Tun meeting the voters

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mengambil langkah luar dugaan apabila bersedia turun berkempen membantu calon BN Ismail Saffian, Ahad ini.

Mantan perdana menteri dijadual menemui pengundi di Taman Kaya atau Taman Kota Jaya dalam DUN Changkat Jering.

in a very presidented and wise move Tun came down too woo voters to cast their votes for BN. I cant help but say Vunderva. Is a time of the year where i could say, BN has really buck up and now potraying a stronger image.

The fight against Nizar wont be easy as he was afterall the 'fallen MB' of Perak. But, as it is, with great speakers and calls for a change in UMNO, i reckon, BN might or in fact guive an edge. a good cutting edge i must say.

Perak would be an epic case where the oppostion fell, but, these elections' results will at the very least potray peoples beliefs in BN or PR. But, either ways, this would not be the yardstick to see peoples support. But, as a whole, these elections would be an advantage for BN to show their revolutionised ideas and works.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Di manakah Melayu di zaman ini??

Bismillah, salam and a good morning indeeed.

Aku terbaca blog chedet yang menceritakan tentang Melayu. Maka, aku fikir untuk blog kali ini, aku akan menulis dalam Bahasa Melayu.

Dulu orang Melayu tuan di tanah sendiri. Orang pendatang dan pedagang tunduk dan hormat hinggakan bahasa indah ini menjadi lingua franca di serata dunia. Meskipun, 84 bahasa dipertuturkan di pelabuhan Melaka, bahasa Melayu masih menjadi bahasa utama.

Dulu orang Melayu merantau ke serata dunia, menjadi ambassador ke negara asing. Majunya Melayu kedengaran dari Nuusantara hingga ke Venice dan Pulan Ryukyu.

Dulu, bahasa kita di pelajari, tamadun kita di dimahsyurkan, adat kita di tuntut, dan adab kita menjadi cakapan dan contoh.Dulu, Melayu gah dan Melayu sememangnya tuan di tanah sendiri. Pada masa, orang Melayu imannya kuat, tali pegangan pada Allah utuh,bijak pandai dan berani.

Kini, nama Melayu makin pudar. Bangsanya di-injak-injak. Orangnya dipandang lemah, sehinggakan orang lain bisa memperkotak-katikan bangsanya. Orang luar madah orang Melayu tidak bijak dan korup. Bahasanya makin dipinggirkan. Ekonomi kita dirampas atas kesilapan kita sendiri dan kelemahan kita. Yang masih ada pada kita hanyalah kuasa politik, dan itupun makin hilang dari genggaman kita. Dahulunya, orang kita bersatu dan bersama. Kini kita dipisahkan hinggakan aku sendiri tidak tahu berapa puak. Aduh, ketuanan Melayu hanya fantasi dan omong-omong kosong. Pada nama, kita memang tuan, pada hakikat kita hanyalah sahaya di negeri sendiri.

Tapi sedih dan lagi memilukan, kita kurang sedar hakkat ini.kita alpa.

Sudah tiba satu 'revolusi' di terapkan.Revolusi mengubah orang Melayu. Satu revolusi memajukan minda orang.Satu revolusi mengajak orang Melayu belajar dari sejarah, dari kesilapan dari kealpaan.

It is high time for us to better ourselves, religiously. And, not to forget the call of nationalism does not ceased. Tapi, kini, kita diserang habis-habisan. Bahasa Melayu dipinggirkan, hak orang melayu dipersoalkan, dan nama Allah pun orang kafir ini ingin gunakan demi muslihat mereka sendiri..Aduhai, keris pun hendak di hentam.

Tapi, bagus jugak kini, kesedaran dah mula timbul. Ramai orang Melayu makin pandai. Islam tidak dipinggirkan.. aku bukan racist.Tapi, sepertimana lim kit siang ingin memperjuangkan orang cina, orang-orang Melayu lain dan aku jugak ingin memperjuangkan orang Melayu. aku hanya ingin orang Melayu gah seperti dulu; baik dari akdemik, ekonomi dan politik.

I am not ardent of a supremacy of one race, do not get me wrong. Malaysia is for all malaysian regardless of beliefs, creeds, race and walk oflife.But, what i ardently desire is for the Malays to rise and be strong and in be respected. That one day, when our grandchildren and our grandchildren's children look into the history book, he could be proud of being a Muslim Malay. I miss and long for the days where Melayu inculcate within themselves Islamic aspects and Malay traditions. The days where, all nations fear us not because of tyranny but of respect. the respect that we are so advance in all fields. aku rindu masa pabila naluri bersulamkan fikiran.

perjuangan masih belum selesai, lebih-lebih lagi pada ketika ini.

sorry ade unsur inggeris, dah terlalu biasa ber-blog ini inggeris.