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.

1 comment:

aizat rahman said...

Ke arah permuafakatan bangsa dan demi melihat negara ini terus aman & makmur, saya menyokong sepenuhnya inisiatif yang dimulakan oleh Demi Negara di sini.

Sejak kebelakangan ini kita sering dikejutkan oleh pelbagai isu yang menyentuh usaha memupuk dan menyemai agenda perpaduan negara. Segregasi kaum yang semakin menjurang lebar akibat daripada kegagalan memahami aspirasi sebenar penubuhan Malaysia makin menjadi-jadi. Sekecil-kecil isu begitu mudah diperkotak-katikkan untuk dijadikan resipi untuk memecah-belahkan perpaduan nasional.

Hakikatnya sistem pendidikan negara yang menjurus kepada kepelbagaian bahasa pengantar mengikut ras-ras utama negara ini telah sedikit sebanyak menjadi katalis kepada jurang perpaduan kaum yang semakin meluas di masa kini.

Integrasi nasional harus dimulakan dari awal. Melentur buluh biarlah dari rebungnya.