Saturday, July 11, 2009
And the Moron of the Day award goes to....
......of Kg. Carok Bemban, Batu 42, Baling, Kedah who wrote, among other things, in his blog that school should be taught in Jawi and that people who speak English end up as maids!!! (And he uses Filipinas as examples. I see a career for this guy in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.)
If you are fearless you can go read his full blog here.
p/s if you read his bio you will know that this man sure can talk la. He don't "need" English and doesn't want any of his countrymen to have it (and become better than him maybe) either. BUT! This man received almost his entire education in English. Ashby Road (English) Primary School, Ipoh. King Edward VII Taiping. Maktab Tentera Di Raja, Sungai Besi. A-Levels in Pakuranga College, Bucklands Beach, Auckland, New Zealand and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand 1982-1986.
Sorry. I meant to scare you just a little bit more but forgot just now. So here it is.
This guy is also the Member of Parliament for Kulim Bandar Bharu.
Did that spoil your weekend? Good!!!
Now if you've got a bit of mood left for a good weekend read this....
This moron also sits in the Pakatan Rakyat's Higher Education Committee!!!
I don't know about you but I am going to get a stiff drink.
See? Alcohol is good. After I had a couple...ok so I had about 8... I opened my email and a Niamah!!! visitor reminded me......
I think you are exaggerating. He didn't say that that school should be thought in Jawi but Bahasa Malaysia subject to be thought using Jawi character instead of using roman character.(Malay literature used to be in Jawi in the early days).
He also add that Chinese and Tamil subjects should be available in the national school and that the Malays should be encourage to take them up.
He also said that English literature should be included in the English subject to enhanced this language proficiency in schools.
You left out all the positive points and only take the negative point to draw a conclusion. It is not very fair isnt it?
Thanks, Mus. Appreciate it. By the way, it is "It is not fair, IS it?" Double negative. Isn't it?