The Rabid Racist Mr Conflict of Interest Wee macai have done it again....
No compromise on the calling for the closure of Chinese primary schools
Fellow comrades, the people’s concerns are also our concerns. We must listen to their views. Any racist remark or one that is extreme in nature will only stir racial and religious sentiments.
This will not augur well for our multi-ethnic, religious and cultural society. It will erode the country’s racial harmony and unity.
As a preventive measure, the Barisan Nasional government must take stern action against those who jeopardise the country’s stability and stir racial sentiments. In 1978, Sabah MP Mark Koding called for the closure of Chinese primary schools in the Parliament. He was found guilty of sedition later. I urge Barisan Nasional federal leaders to take prompt action against these people accordingly. We want to see those who disturb the country’s harmony be given due punishment.
The status of the Chinese primary schools is enshrined under the Federal Constitution. As such, any call for the closure of Chinese primary schools is equivalent to challenging the constitution. MCA Youth will not compromise on this and its Education Bureau had lodged a police report on the matter. We want to see the police taking action against those who stir racial sentiments.
I must state the obvious; that we have never stopped parents from sending their children to national primary schools. And we do support the introduction of Chinese language classes in national primary schools. Besides, our country is a democratic country and it is up to parents to decide which school to send their children to. The decision of parents should be respected, and we hope the democratic spirit be respected too. Some 90% of students who graduated from Chinese primary schools have continued their studies in national secondaryschools. The Chinese primary school is never a stumbling block for achieving national unity, and will not be one in future.
MCA Youth wants to warn those who have ‘foot-in-mouth disease’ to stop blaming Chinese primary schools for any racial problem. Chinese primary schools are not your easy punching bags or scapegoat. I want to remind these people that the curriculum for the Chinese and national primary schools come from the same organization, with the same guiding principles of education. The talents from Chinese primary schools are equally patriotic and peace- loving; and they understand the importance of being a caring and helpful Malaysian.
Aiyoo Pek....let me help you take your feet out of that dirty mouth of yours.....
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Siap pakai Comrades tu......manyak Komunis Loh!!!!Thiuuuuuuuuuu
Since you mentioned Mark Koding 1978 Case...let us look at the case shall we?
This is what the Judge said with regards to "Protection of Chinese Schools as per our Constitution"
The question therefore arises as to the true interpretation of proviso (a) to Article 152(1). Having regard to the words used in the proviso, viz. “teaching or learning any other language” as opposed to “teaching or learning in any other language”, I tend to agree with the restricted meaning enunciated by Abdoolcader J when dealing with schools or other educational institutions. In my view, under proviso (a), although the National Language shall be the Malay language, the usage of any other language other than for official purposes, is guaranteed; so is the teaching or learning of any other language in schools, be it Chinese, Tamil, Arabic or English. But there is nothing in proviso (a) to justify the extension of the protection to the operation of schools where the medium of instruction is Chinese, Tamil, Arabic or English. This strict interpretation is consistent with proviso (b) which guarantees the right of the Federal Government or any State Government to preserve and sustain the use and study of the language of any other community in the Federation. Thus, the preservation and sustenance of usage of language of any other community is guaranteed. So is the preservation and sustenance of study of any other community’s language, but again there is no justification in extending the guarantee to the preservation and sustenance of study in the language of any other community in the absence of specific words to that effect. Any other interpretation of proviso (a) would result in abusing the words used in the proviso. It is absurd for instance to think that the proviso gives constitutional protection to teaching or learning in school where the medium of instruction is Russian or Japanese. To my mind, the protection only extends to language but not to medium of instruction in schools. In other words, no person shall be prohibited or prevented from teaching or learning Chinese or Tamil or, for that matter, any language which is not the national language in any school as a language subject, but such protection does not extend to the teaching or learning in a school where the teaching or learning is in any other language. As correctly stated by Abdoolcader J the omission of the preposition “in” after the words “teaching or learning” in proviso (a) makes the distinction necessary. In the event, it is my finding that the Accused is not guilty of sedition when he advocates for the closure of Tamil or Chinese schools. Whether or not such closure is advisable or feasible is, of course, another matter to be decided elsewhere and not in this court. There is nothing unlawful in allowing Chinese or Tamil schools to continue. Go here
Just see the twisted hypocrisy being sold to the delegates of the Youth MCA.....the same can be said of the Self Interest (Takut Hilang Kerja Group of Teachers) Rabid Racist Dong Key Kong
What do you want?
Do you want the Federal Court to interpret the Constitution for All of Us with regards to this matter and destroy this cerita karut of Protection accorded by the Constitution to the Vernacular Schools?
Lu berani Pek?
Lu memang buat perangai tok nenek lu la ...if I can quote the Director of Intelligence John H Morton in 1962 who lead the charge against the Communist in Malaya under Gerald Templer
The serious language problem that resulted from this situation was compounded by the Chinese' self-chosen isolation ; although they numbered 38% of the population of Malaya, they conducted themselves as an ALIEN community
for more read Anti Guerilla Intelligence in Malaya
I can write more on this matter tapi gua malas lebih baik I spend some QT with my family...
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