May 15, 2009

Repeal the Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA/AUKU) 1971 Immediately!


Malaysian government should restore democracy on campuses by repealing or amending the Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA/AUKU) . Students must be given opportunity to take part in democracy processes since universities are supposed to be the place where intellectuals and future leaders are education.

Higher Education Ministry should have upheld democratic principles are in the campuses rather than tie up students from involving in politics. Be open on student's view and criticism on the politics. The education ministry must function professionally, be transparent, and not use its position to advance a certain political agenda in the universities. University administrations should not allow it to be controlled by any political hidden agendas by operates independently. It’s important not to sacrifice the integrity of the university through the different thought and views of politics among the students and administration.

Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA/AUKU) has been haunting Malaysian University students for such a long time, it's the right time now to repeal or amend the law. Restoring the rights of students will allow students to give their view and opinion on the progression of nation and the administration generally. Let students top train themselves to be capable leaders in future. Freedom to voice their opinions on both local and international political issues lead students to build their leadership qualities.

The abolishment of UUCA will create an environment where students and lecturers are free to express their views and opinions and it is a necessary step towards establishing a world class higher education. Malaysian parliament must repeal the UUCA/AUKU to fulfill the hopes and aspirations of university students. Most of the nation that practice democracy system tolerate and support the university students to involve in the politics. Why not Malaysia?


May 14, 2009

Malaysian Style Democracy: Gun Brought into Perak State Assembly

Gun brought into Perak state assembly, watch this video:

May 11, 2009

Racist Future Teacher

Months ago, when I posted a topic in a friendster group entitled “Keling! Keling! Keling! Are you Happy now?”, I received mixed reaction from the members of the group. The group named Pelajar Institut Pendidikan Guru Malaysia SIPGM is a very famous among the future teachers in Malaysia. Now its has more than 6,000 members to discuss various topics on religion, politics, education and also sharing information about teaching.

Most of the future teachers agree with that racial statements could not used in schools. But there are few students said its nothing wrong to use racist words towards minority Malaysian Indians. I have an example of it. A future teacher from Institut Perguruan Kota Bahru incited lot of racist statements. View his profile here- Amir D'Pathetic

The future teacher surely going to hurt and “kill” the Malaysian Indian school students with racist words. I wont surprise if he physically abused them also. He is going to educated the Malay students to be racist! I just wonder how he could past the interview if he was released such statements there? Do we need such teacher to educate our future generation? We could not achieve racial unity with this kind of teacher around!

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