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Sep 10, 2008

No Efforts Towards Racial Unity?



From the racist teacher, permatang pauh by-election racial banners to the recently Ahmad Ismail's racial remarks against Malaysian Chinese awere very much spoilt the mood of celebrating National Day. Malaysia's unity getting worst with the several incidents may cause riots between races. Why no proper action taken on those who constantly playing racial cards in our Malaysian secular community? All this issues would have been solved with the abolishment of racial politics and more to “mix-raced” politics. All political parties and NGOs leaders need to stop divide people along racial lines and threat every citizen fairly without discrimination or intimidation. I hope federal government will act soon before the matters become out of control.

The Racist Teacher

A female history teacher from SMK Teluk Panglima Garang, Selangor, Malaysia had allegedly called Indian students in a Form Four and a Form Five class ‘keling pariah’, ‘Negro’, ‘black monkeys’ as well as other derogatory names. The teacher had also purportedly said that ‘Indians came from dogs’ and the community members were stupid and prone to thuggery and thievery. The police reports also alleged that the teacher had said that Indians were the ‘children of prostitutes’ and the community’s youths ‘did not have testicles’ on July 17 and 22, and had also purportedly beaten up some Indians students.

Permatang Pauh By-Election

Look at the picture below. What's your comment about that? Well, I’m not blaming any political party, but just pointing out why these people still given opportunity to play sensitive matters in the election campaign. Again, we have to blame the racial politics that we are having since nation’s independence.



Racial Remarks By Ahmad Ismail

Ahmad Ismail, the man at the centre of the ‘racial slur' controversy, warned Chinese Malaysians not to mimic American Jews who not only seek to control the country's economy but also its political power. Ahmad Ismail who is guilty of rank racism with his derogatory, offensive, insensitive and chauvinistic reference to Malaysian Chinese as “pendatang”, “penumpang” and untrustworthy Malaysians.

Racial politics have created numerous people such as the above racist teacher and Ahmad Ismail, and there are still a lot of people out there. Please stop it before the country is destroyed. What we need are understanding and tolerance, not hatred and confrontation. We can solve problems through proper discussions.

4 comments:

dr_vasan said...

I THINK YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN THE KULIM MP WHO SHOUTED BABI BALIK CINA AND THREATENED THAT HE WILL AMBUSH THE FORUM.

BE FAIRLAH KAWAN.

BOTH SIDE IS FULL WITH RASIME. FACE THE REALITY

yegan said...

Well i see more racist events from PKR in PP.

I was there for 5 days. And they really played their race card well with the malays.

Thats why the indian and chiness voted were lesser for anwar this time.

he got more malay votes.

i think we should voice out over all parties.

vasantarao appalasamy said...

@dr_vasan - i did not blame any party, pls read back the whole article again.. n i have no news bout that, pls show me the prove before say something..dont simply give ur state here..

@yegan - i dont know who r u.. i also dono whether u were in PP or not.. according to statistic vote for Anwar from various races increased.. with the bigger majority this time Anwar proved his best and able to win all Malaysian voters... show me prove if thre r any source telling that anwanot popular among Non-Malays voters.. FUNNY PEOPLE LAR U ALL...
FACE THE REALITY LAR KAWAN!!!

Satish said...

those kind of signs are one of the causes for breaking national unity