Privatised vernacular schools

28 03 2012

Dong Zhong’s Racist And Ridiculous Demands

We begin to see that there is something more about Dong Zhong than just an academic-related organization. Dong Zhong is almost like a ‘religion’ where the Chinese would just echo every song and every beat it makes without thinking twice about the practicality or its consequences.

With the recent protest by Dong Zhong, the Chinese can no longer deny that Dong Zhong or they, themselves in majority, are hard-core racists.

No other organization ever makes race separation in schools as their main objective, but Dong Zhong.

And to take ‘race separation’ even further, Dong Zhong is now insisting that no teachers without the fluency of Mandarin be supplied to the Chinese schools. In other words, the organization refuses to accept teachers from other races because it is only natural that only Chinese are fluent in Mandarin.

Dong Zhong is making all these protest even when they know that only few Chinese are interested in teaching, which makes it impossible for the government to fulfill its demands.

So, what is the real motive behind all these drama that eventually goes to the extent of punching Deputy Education Minister, Wee Ka Siong?

Is Dong Zhong purposely putting some pointless and inane pressure on the government for the sake of showing its power – the Chinese gangster way?

And why does Dong Zhong think that the Chinese schools deserve some kind of special treatment or be given special privilege that are not given to Tamil Schools or even Agama Schools? Note that not all Tamil school teachers can speak Tamil fluently, especially teachers who are there to teach Bahasa Kebangsaan. And not all Agama school teachers can speak Arabic fluently.

So what is so special about the Chinese anyway?

On top of this, Dong Zhong is also aware that there are 60,000 non-Chinese students in Chinese schools. Many of them are Malays or Muslims. As Chinese schools are also subjected to standard Malaysian syllabus and examination, religious teachers are also appointed to these schools to teach Agama Islam subject. Now, if the government is to kow-tow to Dong Zhong’s demands, how many can we find Ustazs or Ustazahs who are fluent in Mandarin to send to these schools?

Or is this Dong Zhong’s cunning way of getting rid of non-Chinese students in Chinese schools?

Obviously, Dong Zhong only concern is that it doesn’t want to have anything to do with other races.

Schools are just a part of the whole racist agenda. The bigger agenda is making sure that no other races be employed or be given opportunities to work in the Chinese dominated economy. For this, they make sure that they clearly state the requirement of Mandarin in most of their job advertisements.

In view of this, it may not be an exaggeration to say that the ultimate goal of Dong Zhong is to ‘overhaul’ Malaysia by erasing any traces of other races, especially the original settlers and claim the country as theirs entirely with the Chinese as the Master and others, as slaves.

Should Dong Zhong keeps harping on their racist and ridiculous demands, we can only suggest for it to privatised the Chinese Schools. Dong Zhong cannot be asking for more contribution or allocation from the government when it has rubbished all that the government had done for the Chinese schools. Allowing the Chinese or other races to have their own schools is already considered as an extraordinary practice by a country, which in itself proved of Malaysian government’s toleration and sincerity. Asking for anything more than this, is called pure greed and evil.

We can only ask why is there so much hatred in Dong Zhong towards other races? Why don’t they want to blend in and live with others in harmony?

Unfortunately, I have no answer to that. Perhaps, it’s just their communist’s blood.




3 responses

13 04 2012

how about.. if every chinese teacher who do not know jawi cannot teach at SK school. they must gp back to sjkc.

13 04 2012


25 04 2012

Er … John … learning Jawi is just like learning to write Malay/English/whatever in Arabic letters.

a) It’s not difficult
b) It’s currently used only in teaching Pendidikan Agama Islam in schools

So, no worries.

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