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Jun 7, 2008

BANGSA MALAYSIA CONCEPT

More than 50 years of independent, Malaysians are still separated by racial lines. During independent time all three major races (Malay, Chinese and Indian) were divided by social and economic differences. But now it’s continuing with political factor. Racial politics in our nation destroyed the unity among its citizen. There are still massive gaps between races. Every Malaysian citizen must revolutionize their mentality, not Malaysian Malay, Malaysian Chinese or Malaysian Indian but it must be sole Malaysian. In order to form a nation that capable to compete with other developing nations in various sectors for example economic, technology, sports, and etc, unity is the key to excellent in the sector. BANGSA MALAYSIA concept should initializes by ruling government, not in verbal but action.

Steps I suggest to form more ideal BANGSA MALAYSIA:

  1. Abolish racial politics
  2. Remove the BANGSA in all identity cards, birth certificates and government official forms for all Malaysian citizens
  3. Stop labeling Tamil and Chinese schools; give them same status as national schools
  4. Restructure the curriculum in schools

5 comments:

swastika hari said...

goooooood..................

pakguard84 said...

Exactly... One nation, one Nationality...Malaysian...

ericrugan said...

emmm..yaeh i feel the same...they have to put us under one roof and give the status as malaysian and treat as well...no partiality in the education systme...but do you think it will be implimented?

Suresh said...

in my opinion the bangsa malaysia concept is very difficult to be implemented. it will only work if we malaysians are all of the same skin colour and pray to the same GOD. if not...it will never work. if we implement it, for a while we will say we are all one...then after some time we will again start finding fault in other races. indirectly we will again help only our people. in a multiracial country this is very impossible!

sugaanraj said...

i suggest the goverment to be more sensitive in this issue. as we all know we have been brought up in an environment of tolerance amongst races, so the very begining of our malaysian brotherhood relationship has been jeopardised. look at it lke this, if you marry someone out of tolerance, you may tolerate his character for two or three years then you tend to get stressed. but if you understood that person then the problems that seem too big may not be that big at all. so i suggest everybody to start understanding each and other, what can be done as an initial plan is to make all students in the public university hostels live with other brother who is of different ethnic. and start rotating them each year. each students should write a report on the person they lived with every end of the semester. this must be compulsory for them to graduate, i am confident this will bring good results.