Once MCA is dead, Chinese schools can be shut down

October 7, 2015 at 1:12 am 79 comments

By the year 2020 and in line with Wawasan Bangsa Malaysia, it’s possible that Chinese primary schools will begin to be abolished.

There is nothing to stop a future BN federal government (one that has no Chinese representation) from deciding to close down the SRJK(C).

The Education Ministry can order the medium of instruction in all existing Chinese schools to be changed to the national language while maintaining the physical infrastructure.

I believe that if Mahdzir Khalid remains as Education Minister post-2018, he would have the gumption to carry out such a decision.

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A future BN federal government without any Chinese representation is going to be a reality. It has already happened at state level in Negeri Sembilan where BN is the ruling party and there is not a single Chinese Yang Berhormat in its ranks. (See donut chart above)

BN reps in the Negeri Sembilan state legislative assembly comprise 21 Umno and one MIC Adun but zero Gerakan and zero MCA.

ChenderiangAlmost the same situation is replicated in Perak where BN – the party ruling the silver state – comprises 30 Umno and a sole MCA Adun. (See donut chart below)

MIC and Gerakan have zero reps in Perak although the two parties contested both together a total of seven DUN seats.

MCA lost in the other 14 DUN seats that the party contested in Perak. The only MCA man to win his state constituency is YB Chenderiang. His area has 21 percent Orang Asal voters – see pie chart right (click to enlarge).

If only Chenderiang had a bigger Chinese electorate, the MCA candidate would have lost. Nasib ada undi orang asli dan MCA boleh mengemis meminta nyawa.

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What the Chinese tsunami of 5 May 2013 proved is that the Malays can rule this country without needing to share power with the Chinese. Apart from Negeri Sembilan, Terengganu is another state without any Chinese Adun in the ruling party.

Kelantan also does not have any non-Muslim Adun among its ruling party YBs comprising 32 PAS and one PKR rep.

Johor has 32 Malay reps (Umno) against three Chinese reps (two MCA, one Gerakan). DAP will ensure this BN Chinese trio lose their seats in the next general election.

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Peduli apa?

In a political scenario where the Malays don’t need Chinese allies, then similarly the Malays do not need to consult the Chinese or bow to Chinese demands.

Umno does not have to jaga hati MCA or Chinese voters anymore because MCA will not be able to deliver any Chinese seats. Additionally, the Chinese voters adamantly refuse to support BN.

Responding to the MCA’s displeasure with him, Deputy Agriculture Minister Tajuddin Abdul Rahman retorted, “Mereka boleh buat bising sehingga kiamat, I don’t care”.

He is not the only Umno leader yang dah tak peduli dah with MCA and the Chinese clamour. Former Minister Zainuddin Maidin, who advised Tajuddin to just ignore the MCA, had himself (Zam) previously told the MCA “pergi mampus”.

MCA has lost its influence over Umno and is no longer in any position to pressure, persuade, negotiate or drive any kind of bargain with the BN anchor party.

The following is their comparative political strength – MCA has seven Parliament seats; Umno has 88. MCA has 11 DUN seats; Umno has 241.

Hence there is nothing that any Chinese can do should Umno decide that it wants to shut down Chinese schools.

Seriously what can the Chinese do?

The pie chart below shows the ethnic composition of the army (tentera darat). The data refers to non-officers.

Chinese soldiers make up 0.2 percent of the army. Even among the tentera darat officers, the Chinese are only 1.4 percent.

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The law does not guarantee the existence of vernacular schools.

According to eminent law professor Shad Saleem Faruqi who is an expert on the Federal Constitution, vernacular schools are not protected by the constitution.

The call to shut down Chinese school is snowballing and coming from all quarters.

A few days ago, MCA Publicity Bureau chairman Senator Chai Kim Sen admitted that “DAP has subtly turned Chinese primary schools into their dumping ground where they spread all sorts of malicious messages to incite the Chinese community against the government”. His press statement here.

This girl (below) who stepped on Najib’s portrait during the Bersih 4.0 rally is 15 years old.

Bersih girl step Najib pijak

This other girl was 19 when she stepped on Najib’s portrait a couple of years back. She’s seen wearing handcuffs in the photo below because police arrested her.

She’s a product of Chinese school and a pro-DAP youngster. She was also featured in the DAP’s music video parody Gangnam Style.

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Ong Sing Yee -- gadis yang pijak gambar Najib

The Malays are reacting to Chinese schools in response to the behaviour of Cina DAP. We do not hear loud calls to shut down Tamil schools.

The Malays find it astounding how the Chinese can isolate themselves in Chinese independent high schools and thereafter enrol in private colleges but still claim they’re Malaysian first.

It is actually the DAP that has paved the path for scrapping Chinese schools.

DAP accuses the MCA of being “racist” because the party has the ‘C’ word in its name – Malaysian CHINESE Association – and in the eyes of the DAP, anything race-based is bigoted.

Likewise Umno (United MALAY National Organization) and MIC (Malaysian INDIAN Congress) are accused by the DAP of being “racist” because the parties are ethnic-oriented.

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Using the logic of the DAP’s argument, Sekolah “Cina” is racist too because it is like Umno and like MCA – whom all the DAP supporters have unanimously declared to be racist entities.

Because the DAP is so hysterically race-allergic, then all the more reason Sekolah Cina – which mentions one particular race in its name – should send the DAP Firsters into a hissy fit screaming “racist! racist! racist!”

Sekolah Kebangsaan is not racist because unlike Sekolah Cina, the Sek. Keb. it does not reference any race.

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The DAP’s Malaysian First ideology insists that there are “zero Chinese” and “no Malays” as well as “no Indians too”. Since this is the case, then what is the need for “Chinese school”?

With a “zero Chinese” Malaysian First population, Chinese schools serve no purpose and nobody.

Furthermore, all of us are Malaysians. The DAP is very insistent on this logic by extension – Malaysians should attend Malaysian school which is the national school.

Why are Malaysian Firsters attending Chinese school? Going by DAP logic, SRJK(C) is “racist” because this school caters for race, i.e. to impart the mother tongue of the majority inhabitants of the People’s Republic of China.

Chinese school is not compatible with the concept of Malaysian Firstness. Since 90 percent of the Chinese community are such staunch DAP supporters, Umno should take it that the Chinese are in full support of the DAP’s Malaysian First ideology.

And the Chinese moreover have rejected MCA – which has been responsible for promoting all things Chinese – in favour of the multi-racial, non-racist and patriotic DAP.

It is the DAP-crazed Chinese voters that have enabled this development.

A right wing Umno – which arose as a consequence of the Chinese tsunami, Bersih 4.0 and other Dapster turns of events – have got enough power concentrated in their hands alone once they combine forces with PAS.

A Malay nationalist-and-Islamic fundamentalist government can do as they wish because there is no need anymore for hardliners to accommodate or defer to the powerless MCA.

So once the MCA has been consigned to the footnote of Malaysian history, all the things that the MCA has fought so hard to preserve – like Chinese schools – can similarly be made a relic of the past.

Updated: 8.48am

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The wicked, “wicked regime” – Hannah Yeoh Sekinchan strikes again

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  • 1. Orang Perlis  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:33 am

    Sorry Helen, but i cannot agree:

    1) It will not happen in our lifetime.
    2) If we abolish the concept of race based education institution , then all ( chinese school, tamil school, MRSM, UITM), should, in all fairness, be abolished.
    3) PAS goals are not the same as UMNO goals. I dont see any workable partnership.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:16 am

      1) It will not happen in our lifetime.

      A lot of things have happened which are unprecedented,

      e.g. Tajuddin Abdul Rahman’s reply to MCA “boleh bising sampai kiamat”, the abuse of Najib (effigy, portrait and other creative representations of the PM) during Bersih 4.0, PAS hating DAP more than they hate Umno, DAP taking a state and its chief ministership

      2) If we abolish the concept of race based education institution , then all ( chinese school, tamil school, MRSM, UITM), should, in all fairness, be abolished.

      All should indeed in fairness be abolished. But like I mentioned, there’s no strident call to abolish Tamil schools. The target is Chinese schools. So its not wholly an education issue but rather a behavioural issue.

      Before the tsunami of 5 May 2013, I’d have argued just like the MCA Youth chief argued (in fact, I did employ the very same argument in the past), i.e. the DAP troublemakers actually come from Sekolah Kebangsaan, such as Papa and Mama Dapster.

      However, post-tsunami, the fact is that 90 percent Chinese support oppo. This coupled with the fact that 95 percent Chinese parents today send their kids to Chinese school. And the DAP supporters as well as the DAP Yang Berhormats are all young.

      At this high percentages, how to de-link the connection anymore? Even the MCA man Chai Kim Sen had to concede that the DAP mindset has controlled the entire young generation.

      re: PAS goals are not the same as UMNO goals. I don’t see any workable partnership.

      I see a cosy-cosy relationship between Najib and TG Hadi Awang & TG Haron Din. Even PAS Youth these days does not attack Umno.

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      • 3. RINA  |  October 7, 2015 at 5:18 am

        UiTM and MRSM is under MARA.

        …….It was formed to aid, train, and guide Bumiputra (Malays and other indigenous Malaysians) in the areas of business and industry……

        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majlis_Amanah_Rakyat

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        • 4. RINA  |  October 7, 2015 at 5:22 am

          #UiTM and MRSM are under MARA.**

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          • 5. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:04 pm

            “abolish the concept of race based education institution , then all ( chinese school, tamil school, MRSM, UITM), should, in all fairness, be abolished.” How true. Malay children and youths are also being polarized and not necessarily towards being Malay. here too many kinds of kindergartens and schools now. There is PASTI and kids schools of all kinds of persuasion. Young children are put in Sekolah Tahfiz for their primary education. They learn to the Quran not so much to understand but to memorize it. Quite recently they were requesting that the government help them re: academic subject teachers. At the moment probably only lip service is given to science and mathemetics or for that matter art, music and physical education. I visited a religious school (sekolah ugama rakyat, menengah) run by my cousin recently. I asked him regarding the teaching of academic subjects. His answer was the study for STAM curriculum which is also religious studies plus Bahasa Malaysia. All bumiputera MSRM/UITM has done good for academic and professional advancement of Malays. Is it also as good for the advancement of their character and their ability to integrate with fellow Malysians. I suppose their “Malayness” is uncontmainated. I teach at UITM (practical Medicine), without non-Malays in their cohort they loose the exposure to a different perspective to studying and life as a whole (unlike when I studied at UM). It is very hard to get none Malay colleagues (specialists and consultants) to accept the fact that they would be teaching only Malays considering that Medicine is grounded in the principle of equity of all humans. Yet many still do because they are obligated by Hippocratic to teach.
            I may be accused of selling out to “the non” (a term I heard used in conversation yesterday), but for the betterment of “bangsa kita yang saya sayangi” please ponder on this issue.

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        • 6. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:05 pm

          “business and industry” is one thing, education is another.

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      • 7. drinho  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:50 am

        All the calls to abolish SJKC are merely NATO (No Action Talk Only). As talking requires no action, the Chinese will not be worried. If the government is serious, at least close down a few SJKC schools to show its true power. Then only the Chinese will be frightened. Will the government dare to do so?

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:04 am

          re: “All the calls to abolish SJKC are merely NATO (No Action Talk Only). As talking requires no action, the Chinese will not be worried.”

          I was also of the opinion that Jamal Sekinchan was merely Nato. Why then were the Chinese so worried that they shuttered their shops for the day? Why were the Chinese so frightened as to prompt Hannah Yeoh to complain about the “fear of violence”?

          Quote:

          “…Umno ministers were present at the red shirt rally on Malaysia Day giving endorsement and recognition to such a racially charged cause.

          How can Malaysians be grateful for peace and harmony when fellow Malaysians had to hide at home on Malaysia Day and businesses had to shut down in Kuala Lumpur for fear of violence caused by the red shirt rally?”

          Hannah Yeoh, in her Letter to the Editor @ https://www.malaysiakini.com/letters/313032#ixzz3nq7Opt7G

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          • 9. drinho  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:17 am

            Red Shirt rally already over. Shops were closed on that day. Maybe even for few days thereafter. For me, this quantum of fear is like a slap in the wrist. No significant impact to the livelihood of the Chinese traders in Petaling Street. Shutting business for 3-4 days out of 365 days in a year is hardly any impact.

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            • 10. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:20 am

              Tell that to the shrieking Madame Speaker :D

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        • 11. tebing tinggi  |  October 7, 2015 at 12:57 pm

          Selagi ada bulan dan matahari ,Chinese school will be there and selagi itulah racial issue will become main political play .

          Can the race unite under political banner ,or political banner will tell which race they belong to ?.

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      • 13. kampong lad  |  October 7, 2015 at 12:50 pm

        1. there’s a big diff between sekolah tamil & sekolah cina (mandarin ok kot?).
        2. jika ini berlaku (satu aliran), pastikan bahasa mandarin wajib di sekolah kebangsaan. optional utk bahasa tamil & matematik cina.
        (peluang2 utk rakyat malaysia regardless of melayu, cina, tamil, bhai etc terbuka luas di china. pada mereka kita ni semuanya malaysians). apa macam?

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        • 14. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 12:57 pm

          Perbezaan dari segi sikap dan fiil.

          Orang keturunan India tak pelat pun cakap bahasa Melayu.

          Dan “Dapsters” takde sinonim istilahnya di kalangan para penyokong parti yang berteraskan majoriti kaum India, misalnya PSM.

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    • 15. wawe  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:56 am

      Uitm ranks among the ones with the most ’employability’. Why disturb an institution that churns valuable human resources to the country.

      Besides, they are trained to be law abiding citizens, unlike those trained in the spooky places, that produce hooligans who step on leaders’ photos or turn the Malaysian flag upside down.

      Even if you do not like the politicians, you don’t have to jeopardise the flag of the country where you reside. They should separate between politic and loyalty to a country. That shows their immaturity.

      These hooligans were trained to be thoughtless and brainless insane, who use their emotion instead of their brains…full of hatred.

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    • 16. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:21 pm

      ‘If we abolish the concept of race based education institution , then all ( chinese school, tamil school, MRSM, UITM), should, in all fairness, be abolished.’

      Stop being delusional, will you?

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  • 17. SIR  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:36 am

    So, there you are, Helen.

    The arguments are out in the open.

    So let’s work on the closure of the SRJK (C) and independent schools. They have no more valid reasons to exist.

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  • 18. Mat  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:50 am

    We should be heading back to pre-1955 first general election and go back to 1948 federal malay states administration; no coalition with immigrant political parties!

    This time including Sabah and Sarawak and His Highness Agong as the head of the country. By then the country is ruled and administered by all natives of the soil / bumiputra (BN – (MCA + gerakan) + PAS.

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  • 19. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:52 am

    ‘She’s a product of Chinese school and a pro-DAP youngster. She was also featured in the DAP’s music video parody Gangnam Style.’

    Depa ni la nanti akan pi sambung belajar kat Taiwan dan jadi macam geng terbalikkan bendera Malaysia. Kalau pun tak jadi macam Namewee.

    Ataupun sambung belajar kat Cinapura, dan balik jadi macam Alvin Tan dan ayam dia!

    Apa yang baiknya SJKC bagi kepada nation building??

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  • 20. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:55 am

    ‘Sekolah Kebangsaan is not racist because unlike Sekolah Cina, the Sek. Keb. it does not reference any race.’

    Sokong Malaysian Malaysia, Malaysian First etc, tapi tolak sekolah kebangsaan over sekolah jenis Cina, nampak sangat PENIPUAN kat situ!

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  • 21. Ayam  |  October 7, 2015 at 7:05 am

    Undi DAP tapi mengadu kat MCA. Dah memang dasar pengundi-pengundi Cina DAP.

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    • 22. wawe  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:45 am

      Jangan layan Cinadap.

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  • 23. loo88  |  October 7, 2015 at 7:43 am

    Hahaha in don’t think UMNO ever dare to do this. Maybe the sadist Helen actually want ‘s to see cheese blood spilled by Malay! Close la if they dare!

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    • 24. shamshul anuar  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:34 am

      Loo88,

      It is a matter of choice.

      Though Najib has soft spot for Chinese who in turn wants to bury UMNO and him and his wife, he(Najib) will not be UMNO President forever.

      Except Najib, most UMNO who’s who are not bothered anymore with Chinese. Short of saying it, they do not expect anything anymore from MCA and Gerakan.

      Which is why Mohd Hassan, MB of NS said he wanted UMNO to contest all Malay areas in NS. The days of UMNO babysitting MCA is coming to its end. even if UMNO wants to still carry “biawak hidup”, Malays will like to reject it. Remember Parit Yani was contested by MCA but PAS won the seat.

      Actuallly Malays are willing to tolerate Chinese schools so long as it receives support even less than 50% of Chinese votes. Malays reacting to closure of Chinese schools are simply reaction to DAP that insults, mocks, slanders Malay, islam.

      One forgotten result in last election is that Chinese alone cant change the fabric of the nation. The last election shows UMNO prevails and even without Chinese support manages to form governments in states like Perlis, Kedah, Perak, NS, Melaka, Johor, Pahang, Trengganu.

      Najib will not be able to appoint any Chinese Ministers anymore EVEN on Goodwill gesture post 2018. With PAS severing ties with DAP(or otherwise), malays realise that no way PR will capture Putrajaya in next election.

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    • 25. The IT Crowd  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:35 am

      What cheese? Sharp cheddar or the busuk blue cheese?

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    • 26. wak  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:47 am

      loo88 , lets here more of you make this dare to UMNO. Let me suggest DAP organise a demo to defend the closure of SJKC and make this dare.’ UMNO.. close the SJKC if you dare’..come on lets viral this slogan, if you dare la…

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      • 27. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:10 pm

        Yup, lets do that, why don’t you loo88. Dare or not?

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      • 28. Chinscare  |  March 19, 2017 at 11:41 am

        Takut la tu…acah2 berani ala2 kongsi gelap

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  • 29. bradcrz  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:59 am

    Helen..or whoever u are..I m Chinese..U must hv forgotten that abolishing Chinese schools will make BN lose their Fixed Deposits in Emsia ie Sabah + Sarawak..Sarawak hv recognised UEC..!

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    • 30. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:56 am

      Regardless the future status of Chinese school, DAP has been racing ahead with its Impian Sarawak and Impian Sabah project.

      BN should expect almost all the Chinese vote and some part of the Christian vote to go to the opposition. This is already the trend.

      DAP today has five MPs and 11 Aduns in Sarawak. That’s a major breakthrough and the party is strengthening its grip on Sarawak playing Christian politics because Sarawak is the M’sian state with the biggest Christian population and has more Christians than Muslim – see table below.

      And in any case, I did not say that Umno should abolish Chinese schools before 2018 (expected election year). I said there is nothing to stop Umno doing so post-2020, that is if BN continues to be the federal government.

      But if BN wins GE14, then the BN government will definitely be a bumiputera govt in its composition – Umno, Sabah & Sarawak pribumi + friendly PAS. The rhetoric on abolishing Chinese school will not lose BN any Malay or many bumiputera votes.

      On the other hand, there is no more Chinese vote for BN to lose, however nasty or however nice the BN’s policies towards the Chinese community. Nothing will cut ice anymore with the Chinese electorate that is hell-bent on burying Umno.

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  • 31. carlos  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:33 am

    isu sekolah ni spai bila pun x habis…..anak aku dua2 aku hantar ke sjkc rasanya x da masalah kot…..kalau rasis ni individu part and depend mcm mana famaly ajar anak2….. kalau famaly ajar anak rasis maka rasis lah jadinya….kalau ajar baik maka baiklah jadinya…..pada aku jgn salahkan sekolah tapi salahkan ibu bapa kerana anak2 akan refer pada mak dan ayah mereka untuk merungkaikan sesuatu perkara yg mereka x paham.

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    • 32. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:19 am

      Bukan bahasa pengantar (bahasa Cina) yang wajar dipersalahkan tetapi ideologi pelampau. Yang mengancam negara kita ialah pembiakan fahaman evangelisme yang kuat menular di kalangan belia Cina.

      Pada suatu masa dahulu, bebudak sekolah Cina tidak terkesan dengan gejala Kristianisasi. Dengan peredaran zaman, keadaan pun berubah dah. Dulu mana pernah DAP begini kuat?

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  • 33. Melayu Malaysia  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:59 am

    Ms Helen

    It would be a dream come true, in years to come. That would be ideal for us as a nation BUT as long as the Bugis-blooded warrior helms the government, I am afraid it will still be the same.

    Najib love the Chinese voters far too much compared to those who voted him in power. Maybe “opposites attract” is true. This is the classic case of love thy enemy

    But you may never know. The Melayus have had their eyes opened by the DAP evangelistas who happened to be mainly Chinese.

    So goodbye to MCA and welcome DAP. And the road to closure for Chinese school begins wth them, the DAP Chinese. Congratulations. You marvellously executed what we, the Melayus failed to do.

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  • 34. Phobia  |  October 7, 2015 at 11:35 am

    If they bring back English medium schools, the vernacular schools will die faster. With the TPPA signed, presumably we are integrating more with the West, so English will be paramount. Works for me, as the West has better science, Freedom culture, and well made products.
    We ‘slippery’ Chinese will find other ways to tie our roots back to China. Instead of Chinese schools that are cognizant of their location in a hostile area we now can have community centres run by China, Taiwan etc. Parents who want their kids to learn Chinese will send them to foreign run centres free of M’sian gov interference. I understand this is the way things are in USA where there are sizeable Chinese populations. Sure, the kids go to gov schools, but they take tuition, advanced placements, and language lessons at Chinese Community Centres. It also fosters networking, continuation of the arts (wushu, lion dance, etc), and will probably be a nice large place for DAP to hold ceramahs.
    I think we can find ways to win, no matter what.

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    • 35. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 11:41 am

      re: “I think we can find ways to win, no matter what.”

      MCA has won a lot for us. In fact, MCA has been unbelievably successful in the concessions it wrangled from Umno.

      In this tug-of-war over Sekolah Cina and should these schools be lost, the fault must be placed squarely at the feet of the evangelical DAP.

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      • 36. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:41 pm

        Therefore the non-support for MCA in the last election is utterly perplexing for orang Melayu. Hence the question “apa Cina hendak lagi”.

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        • 37. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:02 pm

          Sindrom isteri tua (MCA) yang bersusah payah, bertungkus-lumus mengurus rumahtangga. Sayang budinya tak dikenang malahan sumbangannya dilupakan dan jauh sekali dihargai.

          DAP ialah si bini muda – pandai bersolek, bermuka-muka tapi bersifat rakus dan pisau cukur. Tamakkan kebendaan dan generasi instant gratification.

          MCA disepak terajang DAP (“@hannahyeoh + @imokman = DAP Super Cyberbully” @ tweet oleh bendahari Beliawanis MCA)

          Najib Razak mulakan kerjaya politiknya sebagai MP Pekan pada tahun 1976 (sebelum Hannah Yeoh lahir pun) dan sudah menceburi politik hampir empat dekad.

          Puan Speaker baru masuk gelanggang tahun 2008 tapi menuntut supaya gajinya dinaikkan setara dengan PM. Kaduk naik junjung.

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          • 38. gsk  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:58 pm

            are u sure TPM is mudin…. heheheh

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            • 39. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:40 pm

              CLARIFY:

              heh heh, this is an old chart prepared during when the issue of the Selangor exco pay hike was hot news last year.

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              • 40. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:43 pm

                Khalid Ibrahim also no longer Selangor MB. And some people are demanding that Najib quit.

                So out of the four individuals, it’s Hannah Yeoh who is gripping her talons most securely on the plummy job!

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                • 41. Muhammad Muhammad  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:58 pm

                  We need a new chart! ;) Let’s do a counter-offensive against the DAP-led (aka Cawangan Zionis Tempatan) Dakyah. Yeah!

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          • 42. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:24 pm

            Mungkinkah masayarakat Cina terlalu amat risau jika tiada/kurang kerusi pembangkang hak mereka akan terhakis (walaupun sejarah terbukti sebaliknya)? MCA tidak disokong kerana ia sebahagian dari kerajaan.

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            • 43. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:34 pm

              Sekarang ini kaum Cina menikmati ‘kelebihan istimewa’ (saya tak sebut ‘hak’) dalam bentuk institusi sistem pendidikan bahasa ibunda.

              Lagi lantang si pembangkang melalak, lagi tergugat kedudukan Sekolah Cina.

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          • 44. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:18 pm

            Myself, like Najib have a “soft spot for Chinese” (Indians and others too), and why not I grew up with them. Spent a lot of time in their houses and ate too much kueh kapit (and muruku) that their mothers served and have absorbed (without shame) many Chinese traits. My teachers from special Malay to Form Six are either Chinese, Indians, Eurasians or Irish (brothers). The only subject taught by Malay Che Gu was Bahasa Melayu. In medical school, in six years only one lecturer who taught me was Malay. I gained benefit from peculiar skills of Chinese (e.g how to pass exam). I owe them a lot and have a lot of respect for them.
            Therefore, it pains me to see these friends of mine plunge like lemmings headlong over the proverbial cliff (despite the intelligence that I know they have). The Chinese must realize that what they are up against now is the result of their own actions. The Malay gentleman (and woman) is inherently fair and as they say is “cool” most times. It takes a lot to make him/her upset. I hope an “Enlightened One” would come to the fore.
            Helen, alas; your blog have too few Chinese followers. Start a blog in Mandarin?

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            • 45. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:52 pm

              re: “your blog have too few Chinese followers”

              The 10 percent Chinese, the Creepy Christians (including Hannah Yeoh’s devoted fans) who stalk me 24/7, the kiasu DAP operatives (RBA) and the DAP Special Officers/scissorati who troll me and run the smear campaigns to discredit me.

              That’s already too many followers for comfort :D

              MCA, meanwhile has a multi-billion ringgit media empire, Chinese-language radio stations under the Star Group, thousands of paid journalists and reporters indirectly in their employ, a communications team in Wisma MCA, access to government facilities and furthermore, as the MCA Youth Chief declared, their leaders all come from a Sekolah Cina beackground.

              With all these resources at their disposal, if MCA cannot manage to enlighten the Chinese, then the party really, truly deserves its fate.

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  • 46. Indian  |  October 7, 2015 at 12:42 pm

    RE: So once the MCA has been consigned to the footnote of Malaysian history, all the things that the MCA has fought so hard to preserve – like Chinese schools – can similarly be made a relic of the past.

    The DAPified Chinese of today are indeed a self-destructive lot.

    Even the kiasufied PAPsters can see that:

    ‘It is my impression that many young Malaysian Chinese have forgotten the lessons of May 13, 1969. They naively believe that the system built around the principle of Malay dominance can be changed. That may be why they abandoned MCA for the DAP. They are delusional. Malay dominance will be defended by any means.’

    An interesting read: Singapore is not an island by Bilahari Kausikan @ http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/singapore-is-not-an-island

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    • 47. Muhammad Muhammad  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:04 pm

      No Chinese or Indian in the right state of mind would allow themselves to be subject to the economic, political, cultural and media hegemony of either Whitemen or Tibetans even if they have lived there for some decades.

      It is simple: no majority who is native to a land would be so stupid as to allow such a humiliation unless they are a true sell-out; memalukan.

      Please lah, even the Indians got pissed off when Central Asian tribes and the British conquered and dominated India even though their descendents who rule them after the incursion had been born there.

      Same goes for the Mongols during the Yuan Empire, the Manchurians during the Qing Empire and the Tibetans during a short period during a civil war in the Tang Empire when they captured Chang’An.

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  • 48. Ajay  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Abolishing vernacular schools…

    Maybe with the turn of the century requires different ways of addressing social disparity?

    Sekolah Kebangsaan has become Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Malay for far too long, probably with the absence of other races. Who knows, with all the kids going to same school, then we can develop a real ‘Bangsa Malaysia’ concept, not the politicians’ version. I think lah…

    Maybe peninsular people can learn a thing or too from Sabah and Sarawak. How do different ethnics with different culture and language go to school together and still keep their language and culture? This has been going on for more than 50 years already.

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    • 49. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:24 pm

      re: “Maybe peninsular people can learn a thing or too from Sabah and Sarawak.”

      Yup. Sarawak has banned certain DAP politicians from entering their state.

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  • 50. gsk  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:22 pm

    scrap all schools n have fully english school la… n have bahasa melayu and mandarin if need too.. n tamil, telegu n hindi if ppl ask..

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    • 51. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:28 pm

      I believe the national education system should be in bahasa Melayu.

      Having Tamil writing class from kindergarten upwards should be fun. Tamil script is beautiful.

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  • 52. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:36 pm

    The constitution does not expressly protect vernacular schools but it provides that “everyone is free to teach, learn or use any other languages, except for official purposes”. Our forefathers in their wisdom allowed existing vernacular schools to continue. This is in the spirit of unity in diversity and “muhibbah”. With independence, Sekolah Melayu (the one that I went to) cease to exist (and English schools a few years later) and primary education is provided by the government through Sekolah Kebangsaan. It was hoped everyone would sooner or later send their children to these schools. However it was not to be. The Chinese and Indians fear for (kan cheong) the survival of their language and “culture”. They could have insisted that Chinese and Tamil languages be taught in the National schools. It would have the chance of solving the problem regarding language but the worry remained regarding the erosion (? contamination) of their culture. Therefore even the idea of putting the different schools in one compound enabling intermixing through the sharing resources and activities was shunned. The hope of inculcating a Malaysian culture (budaya rojak or otherwise) at an early age was dashed. The MCA/MIC like to be seen as the champion for this cause and has managed to validate the existence of the schools by getting them to be funded fully/partially by the government as SJKC/SSJKT.
    The DAP with their advocacy of “Malaysian Malaysia” should have been the champions of Sekolah Kebangsaan and Bahasa Kebangsaan but because of their electoral base has failed to do so (despite Helen’s contention that “It is actually the DAP that has paved the path for scrapping Chinese schools”). They would love to champion English instead so as to make it easy to spread the message regarding a certain creed.

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    • 53. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:09 pm

      ‘Sekolah Kebangsaan’

      Bukan produk SJKC and world class debaters some more. Siapa yang dok komplen pasal SK tak bagus tu, tunjuk muka sikit??

      ‘Debaters from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) have made the nation proud again by winning the Asian British Parliamentary Debating Championship, the second most prestigious debate competition in Asia.

      Third-year law students Mohd Mifzal Mohd Murshid Kieron, 21, and Rafiq Saladdin Omar Salahuddin, 22, were named champions after defeating Nanyang Technology University from Singapore, Institute of Business Administration (IBA) Dhaka from Bangladesh and another UiTM team in the four-way grand finals.

      This is the second time a Malaysian team has clinched the title since the tournament began in 2009, when it was won by the Multimedia University (MMU).

      For the icing on the cake, Mohd Mifzal was also awarded best overall speaker of the competition while Rafiq was named best speaker of the finals.’

      ‘In June, UiTM debater Maizura Mokhsein, 23, also created history by being the first Malaysian debater to be ranked 1st in Asia.’

      http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/10/14/UITM-Debate-Win/

      Sekolah vernacular yang English dan sistem pendidikan hebat sangat taraf dunia tu tak produce debaters taraf dunia ke??

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  • 54. Setem  |  October 7, 2015 at 1:41 pm

    Helen – I still think that “some” of the 90% Chinese who abandoned BN in GE13 may eventually come to their senses and give their votes back to BN.

    History has shown that no single party in Malaysia has ever been able to sustain its “popular” votes amongst Malaysians for a long time. DAP will eventually choked over the arrogance as they will no be able to hold on to the support from the Chinese while recycling the same issues.

    And I support the abolishment of vernacular schools; whether MCA has any influence in BN or not is irrelevant.

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    • 55. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:28 pm

      ‘And I support the abolishment of vernacular schools; whether MCA has any influence in BN or not is irrelevant.’

      Setuju Setem. Tapi Cina kan pentingkan diri sendiri, tidak nasionalistik dan rakus (greedy), kata Prof. Cina…

      ‘Reaksi terhadap desakan supaya sekolah vernakular Cina ditutup memperlihatkan sikap sejati mereka yang dianggap tidak nasionalistik, selain mementingkan diri sendiri, kata Exco Majlis Profesor Negara, Datuk Dr Teo Kok Seong.

      Beliau berkata, hujah dan natijah yang diketengahkan, kononnya memperlihatkan mereka adalah pragmatik, sebenarnya menunjukkan kerakusan kaum Cina.

      http://www.ismaweb.net/2015/10/isu-tutup-sekolah-vernakular-tunjuk-sikap-cina-pentingkan-diri/

      “Sudah tiba masanya kaum Cina turut memikirkan nasionalisme Malaysia, lebih-lebih lagi dalam bentuk identiti budaya negara dan bukan menumpukan perhatian penuh kepada bidang ekonomi semata-mata,” katanya.

      Tu la dah 58 tahun kut, bila lagi nak jadi rakyat???

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  • 56. islam1st  |  October 7, 2015 at 2:18 pm

    ‘A lot of things have happened which are unprecedented’

    Tu la macam ni…

    ‘On October 2, Malay Mail Online published an opinion piece entitled “Abolish Federal Constitution’s Article 11(4)” written by our columnist and journalist Boo Su-Lyn.

    Because of the sensitivities surrounding the subject matter, the editors have now made the decision to withdraw publication of said column and to apologise unreservedly to anyone who may have been offended by it.

    The writer wishes to point out that she is aware of the sensitivities in Malaysia regarding the topic of religion. She has no intention of insulting Islam.

    Malay Mail Online also has no intention of insulting Islam or any religion, and is withdrawing the said article and apologising in the hopes of avoiding any such perception.
    – See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/apology-and-retraction-of-column-entitled-abolish-federal-constitutions-art#sthash.dyufwE17.dpuf

    Too late already. Nasi sudah jadi bubur. The writer and her editor patut didakwa menghasut!

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  • 57. Phobia  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    Funny, English ed is promoted by all races; Johor Royals, “Look at S’pore” Chinese, Bangsar Malays, etc. Without using force, vernacular schools will become less popular. With declining numbers, many will probably close. There, mission accomplished, pat yourself on the back.
    But no…..you gotta add many many agendas to the list. Most of the list reads like Chinese must do this, must do that, Chinese cannot this, cannot that. Non-compliance results in justified violence. What mother will send her kids to this kind school promoting this kind of ideology?
    I don’t understand why the success of some people involves controlling the Chinese. We are loud and lack social graces but at least we don’t bear ill will, unlike other peoples who are so prim and proper but given half a chance will commit atrocities.
    Most jobs where an education matters are being created by MNCs. These come from the West mostly but increasingly from China. Chinese people are matching their education to the needs of the market. We cannot choose wrongly and be jobless because of something silly like ‘language requirements not met’. There’s no expected help from the government because we know resources are tight and we are the last in line.
    It doesn’t matter what eloquent arguments you present. We only need to see Dr M; He killed English ed and now he wants to bring it back, at least for Science and Math. Nobody can make arguments like Dr. M. Now he has come full circle after witnessing a generation of evaporated talent. He is told that his proposals which were trialled for a few years cannot happen because rural cannot do. Now we are told that Chinese and Tamil will be taught. What happens if in the near future rural cannot do also……?

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    • 58. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 4:23 pm

      Dear Phobia,

      Am not sure who you’re directing your comment at, but I will respond nevertheless.

      re: “Funny, English ed is promoted by all races; Johor Royals, “Look at S’pore” Chinese, Bangsar Malays, etc.”

      Bangsar Malays are the worst role models. And the Johor royals do not speak for the eight other royal houses in states not neighbouring Singapore.

      re: “Without using force, vernacular schools will become less popular. With declining numbers, many will probably close. There, mission accomplished, pat yourself on the back.”

      Chinese schools have never ceased to be popular. The story that their popularity decreased at one time is just a canard peddled by the Firsters.

      re: “But no…..you gotta add many many agendas to the list. Most of the list reads like Chinese must do this, must do that, Chinese cannot this, cannot that.”

      Of late, many foreign publications have editorialized on the acute race tensions in Malaysia. But in your view, the Chinese are poor, innocent lambs who are proscribed from doing this and that, and on the other hand forced to comply with this and that, is it?

      re: “Non-compliance results in justified violence.”

      Now why should you even think that violence was implied or implicitly threatened? After all, the Chinese here are merely a peace-loving minority who love harmony.

      re: “What mother will send her kids to this kind school promoting this kind of ideology?”

      If Chinese schools are closed down, then parents will only have one choice – like it or not.

      re: “I don’t understand why the success of some people involves controlling the Chinese.”

      I doubt that the Chinese are under control, i.e. being curbed. If they were, then the majority ethnic would not be complaining of being pushed against the wall.

      Personally, I believe that the culture of slander should indeed be curbed and punished.

      re: “We are loud and lack social graces but at least we don’t bear ill will, unlike other peoples who are so prim and proper but given half a chance will commit atrocities.”

      Plenty of ill-will going around. What the Bersih 4.0 protesters did was nothing but unadulterated ill-will, e.g. pantomiming the slaughter of a chicken by motioning a knife cutting across its neck while using rubber chicken prop.

      re: “We cannot choose wrongly and be jobless because of something silly like ‘language requirements not met’. There’s no expected help from the government because we know resources are tight and we are the last in line.”

      I do not deny the utility of English and Mandarin. But we’re also citizens of this country. The Chinese have an attitude that makes the majority population riot against them, like in Jakarta 13-15 May 1998. Or more recently in Hanoi.

      re: “He is told that his proposals which were trialled for a few years cannot happen because rural cannot do. Now we are told that Chinese and Tamil will be taught. What happens if in the near future rural cannot do also……?”

      I agree with your assessment above. It is the evangelical DAP that has put the vernacular education in jeopardy. Prior to 2013 (tsunami year) and 2008 (the other benchmark year), there was no concerted effort to abolish Chinese schools as we’re hearing now.

      And to reiterate, it’s not really even the vernacular system that’s being questioned because Tamil schools are not coming under attack.

      So it’s not the school that’s at issue, it’s the Chinese. And it’s not the Chinese overall that’s at issue, it’s the “Cina DAP” … as Tajuddin Abdul Rahman clarified on who his “lempang” was being reserved for.

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      • 59. Phobia  |  October 7, 2015 at 4:43 pm

        I read that Dr. Muhammed Abdul Khalid book “Color of Inequality”.
        In my opinion he draws some disturbing implications. There are a few but I’ll reference the one on education, in keeping with our topic. He says the gov saw that Local Universities were filled with Chinese. So, to make things better, a quota system was introduced. Chinese are limited to 30% or so places at Local Unis. This would have led to a fair re-balancing of society. However, the Chinese subverted this rebalancing by opening and attending Private Universities. This led to more inequality. Really, the implication is if you didn’t get a place in the 30% quota, don’t go to university. Finding alternatives subverts the government’s intention and is not getting on with the National Agenda.

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        • 60. Helen Ang  |  October 7, 2015 at 7:10 pm

          We’ve missed the boat as a multicultural society, in my opinion. This country is reverting/heading the way of Tanah Melayu, Bumi Islam.

          Reconciliation is nigh impossible. The blacks in South Africa were directed by Mandela to let go their grudges. It won’t happen in Malaysia.

          At the very core is this issue that must be resolved: ‘Are the evangelistas willing to make peace with Islam?’

          I believe the answer to the above question is a ‘No’.

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      • 61. shamshul anuar  |  October 7, 2015 at 5:08 pm

        Helen,

        Nobody will die if there is no Chinese school.

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        • 62. Setem  |  October 8, 2015 at 12:09 am

          Agree. The jiran down below is still around without Chinese schools.

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  • 63. gsk  |  October 7, 2015 at 3:02 pm

    i do not like DAP either… too chinese like MCA…
    if National school wanna use bahasa melayu fine.. its should be dwi bahasa… BM for most subjects n english for science related subjects…. english not needed for maths… just numbers

    chinese should speak proper bahasa melayu n malays should learn english from tadika… people’s mentality will change… not become kaki rempit n racist to each other…

    why should i vote for corrupt person like Ros n Jib anyway… dream on… as much as i dont like DAP for being a chinese party, i d hate BN more..

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  • 64. Lokchew  |  October 7, 2015 at 4:42 pm

    So what?
    Doesn’t change a god damn thing.
    Melayu will still be stupid.
    And we will hate Melayu just the same.

    Mandarin won’t die la. Tuition ada, even youtube lessons boleh ada, home school pun boleh.

    You think making single stream will make us hate fucking Melayu less? All cina kena converted to be Cina mamak muslim? So fucking delusional.

    What’s the end game for doing this? Doesn’t make fucking Melayu any less stupid and dispicable.

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    • 65. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:14 pm

      Bahasa menunjukkan bangsa.

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    • 66. gsk  |  October 7, 2015 at 11:49 pm

      wey apek lok chew..

      let me remind you what chinese is .. if you look at history of past 2000yrs…

      filthy race, dumb fools, barbarians n greedy…

      until 1970s, no one really look at chinese and china highly…china’s rise in recent years are fueled by nixon initiative… american money funded jobs n rise of china to counter soviet union…

      half your culture is influenced by evolving hindu tradition n philosophy across the border and eventually buddhism…

      stop your superiority complex… china if have a german population of 60 million instead of 1.4billion people would be a beggar nation… only the numbers floating the economic might, thats all..

      learn to respect other people’s culture or go back to your ancestos place… malaysia is not your home when you choose to insult the malays…

      ps.. helen… i am just mentioning about this guy in particular, so no offence..

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  • 67. HH  |  October 7, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    So, what is new?

    Sandiwara time where MCA as usual is entrusted with the lead in those ‘close the Chinese schools’ plot.

    If the Chinese don’t turn their back on the opposition, then it’s time to exert pressure and revert to some good old intimidation.

    What better way to hold those dratted Chinese to ransom than their obsession with Chinese education?

    I hope the Chinese will make some hard decisions once and for all.

    Either to

    1. Continue to put up with the lousy script and predictable plot.

    2. Let them do away with the National type Chinese schools once and for all. Privatise all Chinese schools and silence those duplicitous anti-Chinese hypocrites who cry for its demise in the name of unity.

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  • 68. Muhammad Muhammad  |  October 7, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    Hi Kak Helen.

    I prefer the term Orang Alam: people of nature.

    Malays are also indigenous to this land and region; we share the same ancestry. But we diverged due to our geographical location. Malays being coastal dwellers were exposed to foreign traders and influences. The Orang Alam mostly kept to the highlands, upriver lands and the heart of forests.

    Though intermarriage has occured and some migration has occured from other parts of Alam Melayu (now lost to Indonesia, Brunei and Thailand), the base ancestry of the Malays are descended from those who have already lived here long ago.

    The Malays established their first civilisation in recorded history within the boundaries of modern day Malaysia: Kedah Lama, Langkasuka (parts of it) and etc.

    In fact, the Sungai Batu archeological site boasts the oldest artefacts and ruins in the entire Southeast Asian region … predating the Angkor Wat and the Borobudur by some centuries.

    Thus, I am puzzled how we can be called Pendatang? Our ancestors were descended from the original Proto and Deutero Malays and we have archeological finds that are the oldest in this region.

    Using the term Orang Asal and Orang Asli is a double edge sword.

    I sometimes find Pakatoon and pro-East Malaysia separatists use these with glee … as if to insinuate heavily that the Malays are PENDATANG while the Orang Alam tribes aren’t.

    Having said that, pendatang to me carries not much negative historical baggage. It’s a neutral term: migrant. It’s it true that the Chinese and Indians migrated to this land? Why the need to obscure and downplay that fact?

    They shouldn’t be ashamed of it and at the same time, Malays and the Orang Alam shouldn’t make fun of it. They are pendatang but they have been given citizenship.

    Same goes for the pendatangs who came after the Chinese and Indians. I find it ridiculous that the same pendatang community who have been given citizenship, got pissed off when another pendatang community (more Muslim and more Malay in appearance) arrives. It’s it ironic?

    How come it isn’t racist for them to do that?

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    • 69. shamshul Anuar  |  October 7, 2015 at 10:48 pm

      Muhammad,

      Let us not waste our time debating on this word “pendatang”.

      The whole world recognises Malays as native of the land. All treaties, war ultimatums were made with Raja raja Melayu and raja raja melayu only. Others like Yap ah loy or Ghee Hin gangsters were not in position to enter into any treaty with foreign powers.

      The thing with DAP is that it encourages Chinese to behave like “pendatang’. It feeds chinese with false ideas that they can dictate others(meaninG malays) to subit to them. Maybe Anwar, Rafizi and Mohd Sabu are willing to sub,it to them. But not the majority of malays.

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  • 70. Muhammad Muhammad  |  October 7, 2015 at 9:11 pm

    I don’t mind abolishing all race-based schools as long as the combined mainstream school puts strong emphasis on the national language like other countries in this region (minus Singapore) and in Europe.

    I dare the Chinese to pull another ‘Malaysia’ on the French.

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  • 71. gsk  |  October 7, 2015 at 11:51 pm

    let me remind you what chinese is .. if you look at history of past 2000yrs…

    until 1970s, no one really look at chinese and china highly…china’s rise in recent years are fueled by nixon initiative… american money funded jobs n rise of china to counter soviet union…

    half your culture is influenced by evolving hindu tradition n philosophy across the border and eventually buddhism…

    stop your superiority complex… china if have a german population of 60 million instead of 1.4billion people would be a beggar nation… only the numbers floating the economic might, thats all..

    learn to respect other people’s culture or go back to your ancestors place… malaysia is not your home when you choose to insult the malays…

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    • 72. shamshul anuar  |  October 8, 2015 at 7:13 am

      GSK,

      The debate on which culture is superior or inferior is childish.

      The thing with Chinese in Malaysia is that they want everything. and we have to thank DAP for that

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    • 73. HH  |  October 8, 2015 at 9:51 am

      Gsk

      You are not impressed with the Chinese heritage eh?

      Perhaps you could flash your impressive heritage trail here to show you actually possess the right pedigree to poo-pooed the Chinese civilization.

      Condescension is a luxury not every ‘kay le feh’ can afford.

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      • 74. islam1st  |  October 8, 2015 at 2:27 pm

        Defending China again ke brader??

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  • 75. Mulan Malaysia  |  October 8, 2015 at 9:55 am

    Did you recieve emails/whatapps asking you to vote in Pemandu’s English survey?

    I noticed the emails are only circulated to the “English” educated crowd which are more English than the British, anti UMNO very Bersih and Bangsa Malaysia. One was sent bugging me the reply.

    Well my vote is English in Science and Maths only (that’s the max). The rest remains in BM/Mandarin/Tamil.

    Why I am voting like this.
    1. If all subjects were taught in English then BM, Mandarin and Tamil will be just token subjects.
    2. Chinese schools will certainly be dead. Mandarin is just a token subject.
    3. Of course it is impossible to close the Malay medium. But making Malay is token course is one way to neuter them. If English is core to almost all of the courses except language, then the command of BM will worsen thus becoming a mesti lulus course with no importance.
    4. If English become a major language, this is will antagonize the rural/semi rural crowd. The students there will find the subjects hard to follow thus having bad results. Universities will be full of the urban “English” educated.
    5. The “English” educated (Bangsa Malaysia) will dominate the political and economic scene. The Malay school students and Chinese schools students will be token.

    So I vote, keep the system during Tun’s time.That’s the max I can go.

    1st, RINA gang please vote
    The survey can be found at http://goo.gl/forms/u09WpY91mJ.

    You will notice JStar is hot promoting the “English” thing.
    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/10/07/Gauging-need-for-English-Pemandu-conducts-short-online-survey-to-seek-public-views/
    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/10/07/Pemandu-survey-Tony-Fernandes-backing/
    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/10/08/Towards-better-English-skills-Groups-call-for-more-proactive-measures-to-improve-language-proficienc/
    http://www.thestar.com.my/Opinion/Letters/2015/10/08/Some-subjects-must-be-taught-in-English/

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    • 76. RINA  |  October 9, 2015 at 7:19 am

      Mulan,

      Answered those questions 2days ago.

      Haiyaaa..
      If you are Malaysians why must attend Chinese/Tamil schools.. Better take your kids to China and India la like that. Habis cerita, fullstop.

      Problem is they still want to tumpang our SPM to enable them passage to Western countries. See, kalo Omputih tengok sijil cop DongZong, poing poing ingat depa nak terima ke?

      Kept bringging up MRSM, UiTM… Sebenarnya itu yang mereka dok tala…nak cekop hak2 Bumiputra.

      When Amanah Sahams were opened to them. Jiran Apek saya mengelupur sampai tak tidoq takut tak dapat beli saham.. What is theirs is only theirs. Hak oghang lain kalau boleh nak sapu sampai licin.

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  • 77. Cikgu Kampong  |  October 9, 2015 at 12:33 am

    Helen-
    Cikgu setuju dengan hujah behavioral issue, bukan sangat pasal sekolah Cina. Jika sekolah Cina menjunjung tinggi perlembagaan, menghormati social contracts dan diajar beradab dan berakhlaq, memahami keharmonian hidup maka bagi cikgu tak apa. Tapi yg pasti sekarang ni, lebih ramai Cina kurang ajar dilahirkan oleh SJKC yang kemudian sombong menafikan Bahasa Melayu sbg Bahasa kebangsaan, menghina Islam, hina Melayu dan mencabar kesabaran Melayu. (Jiran2 cikgu berbangsa Cina produk SJKC, memang teruk tidak ada adab, pentingkan diri sendiri dan mati semangat kejiranan).

    Bangsa Cina DAPlah yang api dalam membakar semangat perpecahan negara Malaysia. Jika tanpa Cina DAP Malaysia tentu aman dengan hidup harmoni dan bertolak ansur. MCA tidak berani menegur DAP dan Cina2 lain atas faktor politik, bahkan turut join DAP menyerang Melayu. Siapa lagi nak tegur Cina DAP melainkan rakan2 Melayu dalam MCA (itupun jika MCA rasa masih relevan)?

    Tanpa demonstrasi bersih baju kuning, tidak akan wujud demonstrasi baju merah. Simple game yang SJKC tak ajar simple game ni…

    Penyakit mental Cina Malaysia perlu diubah jika mahu Melayu berubah….Tak suka perlembagaan Malaysia dan Tanah Melayu, silalah segera cari tanah lain. Ramai lagi bangsa lain yang mahu menjadi rakyat Malaysia. Malaysia perlukan Cina berkualiti bukan Cina pencetus huru hara lepas tu salahkan Melayu. Malaysia akan aman tanpa Cina kurang ajar dan ada behavioural problem….

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    • 78. Dr Abdollah Salleh  |  October 9, 2015 at 5:37 am

      Setuju. Dulu etika dan budi bahasa ajaran Konfusius ditekankan. Kawan saya dari Remove Class sangat bersopan santun. Blog dan media sosial menelanjangkan sifat mereka sekarang (sepatutnya Melayu tak ikut). Ini merugikan bangsa Cina sendir, menyukarkan merekai mengharungi kehidupan di negara ini malahan dimana jua. Mereka akan dikenali di seantero dunia sebagai “the ugly Malaysian Chinese”. Masyarakat Cina perlu peka tentang hakikat ini.

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  • 79. wawe  |  October 9, 2015 at 10:36 am

    The Malaysian Chinese had already been recognized as. the ‘coarse’ breed overseas since the 80s. The Malaysian Chinese students there were different compared to the real Chinese from China who were more civilized and more cultured. Maybe they do originate from different parts of China since China is a vast land.

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