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TMJ: No more Chinese schools in Johor in future

Tunku Mahkota Johor believes vernacular schools are divisive and wants them to be replaced by single-stream ‘Bangsa Johor’ schools in his state — see video.

Tunku Ismail said, “Pada masa akan datang, awak tak ada (lagi) sekolah India, Cina, Melayu di negeri Johor.”

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How Malaysian Firsters really feel about “the idiot racist people”

In their own words, straight from the horse’s mouth …


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msian1st: “Salleh Keruak just show the idiot racist people how stupid is the segregation.”

(All comments taken from readers’ feedback @ http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/351839; screencaptured below.)

Existential Turd: “Why bother compete in a no-rate film festival? Where is the glory in winning a competition run by bigots?” Continue reading “How Malaysian Firsters really feel about “the idiot racist people””

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7 out of 10 Chinese see themselves as Malaysian First, claims J-Star survey

So we can expect seven out of every 10 Chinese in the country to be able to speak Malaysia’s national language as their native tongue (just like the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines do their respective country’s native language) and also be willing to send their children to National School.

“Chinese” school should only cater for those three out of every 10 Chinese who view themselves by Race/Ethnicity First. The seven out of 10 Chinese who see themselves as Malaysian First must send their children to National School because vernacular school is only suitable for the Chinese Firsters. Continue reading “7 out of 10 Chinese see themselves as Malaysian First, claims J-Star survey”

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Ambiga tak cakap apa-apa pun sebelum ini

Tweet Ambiga (bawah) menyebut, “What kind of a prosecution presses for jail sentence for Karpal on a sedition charge?”

Sebelum ini apabila P. Uthayakumar dikenakan hukuman penjara 2-½ tahun atas kesalahan menghasut, Ambiga sebagai bekas presiden Majlis Peguam tak bersuara pun. Hanya untuk Karpal sanggup dia kuat melenting. Sikapnya yang pilih bulu jelas terserlah. Continue reading “Ambiga tak cakap apa-apa pun sebelum ini”

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Amanat Hadi dan sembahyang dua imam

1. Posting yang menarik sekali oleh Kama At-Tarawis tentang pengalamannya mengharungi zaman ‘sembahyang dua imam’ di Dungun.

Tentang kadre PAS, beliau menulis:

“They wore their ‘holier than thou’ hat at all times. Humble they were not. Jauh sekali. They thumbed their noses up at those who didn’t support their party. Dengan angkuh mereka berkata ‘orang Umno kafir’; itu yang diulang-ulang sebagai mantra.”

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Bangsar M’sia mahu ditubuhkan sekolah Inggeris

Waaah, nampaknya kalau berlagak cukup agresif akan mampu menundukkan kerajaan jua. Pusingan ini dimenangi para pengiat PAGE yang berjaya dalam tuntutan mereka untuk mengekalkan PPSMI.

Setelah diasak kanan kiri dan bertubi-tubi, Menteri Pelajaran Muhyiddin Yassin akhirnya mengalah lalu mengumumkan dasar menggunakan bahasa Inggeris (BI) – yang sepatutnya dilupuskan tahun depan – sekarang akan diteruskan bagi budak-budak Darjah Dua/8 tahun ke atas.

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M’sian Insider report sparked Malaysiakini tiff with M’sia Chronicle

A Battle of the Online Media erupted recently with a flurry of speculation, allegations and hurried denials by their respective editors.

The still unfolding saga started with the two English online media – both which Umno senator Ezam Mohd Noor once threatened to ‘burn’ (read here) – with one, The Malaysian Insider, reporting that the other, Malaysiakini, was in talks to give its news to The Malay Mail in exchange for shares in the newspaper. Continue reading “M’sian Insider report sparked Malaysiakini tiff with M’sia Chronicle”