Till now, I've got an endless laugh after i read this article shared on Lim Kit Siang's blog. A totally hatred fillied misunderstanding article about MRSM
Did anybody really know that NOT ALL MRSM TEACHERS are Bumiputera-Malay?
For those MRSM Balik Pulau leavees had a definite answer that we've got our chinese teacher in our MRSMBP. Many of us would send our deep gratitude to our Mathematic Teacher, Mr. Chong Pak Cheong to makes us a person right now.
For most ex-MRSMBP Students had a fully heart our experience there without any prejudices to the other race as our chinese guru teaches us well. Atleast everybody did have atleast a Credit in SPM Mathematics ( Here, I doesn't have any intention to say just a person in our batch did not get A1 for SPM Mathematics).
I believe without any respect to our gurus (including our chinese teachers), MOST of us can't achieve our colourful result assymetrically.Voila !
If we gave our trust to our non-bumis teacher to teach us. Why did everybody still had the prejudice to MRSM's Products. even theres also numbers of My friends supports Pakatan Rakyat.
I know many of you did not believe me. But Frankly say, please kindly ask Nurul Izzah's husband, where did he schooled.....
I'm still enjoy rolling on the floor laughing .... hehehehhe.....
Permata are just another Money-waste programme?
Then ill kindly ask another question,
Does PASTI or TASKI ABIM did make the talent building beside installing personality cults doctrine to our infants ?
If the talent building were label as retrospective, I dont think personality cults are cool enough to be called as cosmopolitanism , its just cuddly "baby boomer". So 50's laaaaaa
kuci-kuci ..... Baby-baby boomer boom ??????!!!!!!!!!!!
Its time to get up , and find medicine for this Baby-boomer Pakatan Rakyat !
MRSM schools obstacle to national unity?
by Azly Rahman
While the advanced nations are prioritising multiculturalism, honoring cosmopolitanism, and globalising education, Malaysians, through their endless fights over education are making many steps backwards. MRSM has produced a breed of sophisticated professionals to sustain ethnocentric valueless ideologies out of touch with current cultural realities.
Consider, in a similar vein, how much is spent and attention paid to on yet another high-priced elitist project such as the Pintar Permata at the expense of other schools in dire needs of even basic amenities such as those in Sabah and Sarawak or in many poor states – is that equity and equality for all races? Or is it a showcase based on ignorance of the meaning of equality and education?
With its insistence on being a Malay-centric, MRSM these days are not preparing children to survive in a multicultural, cosmopolitan, and ever-changing world that requires English as an important skill, and an outlook that is more open to learning about other cultures especially in the context of a rapidly changing Malaysia.
Those specialisations in each MRSM school are merely cliches filled with educational terminologies that are not fully understood but fully acceptable as a platform to appease the needs of the current regime.
Regimentation is necessary it seems to tune the mind of the monolithic mono-cultural students to accept governmental dictates making them in turn, one-dimensional beings.
Are any of those MRSMs suitable for Malaysian children? Or are they merely training and indoctrinating grounds to prop up yet another breed of leaders that will sustain the culture of blind following neo-feudalism of Ketuanan Melayu that itself is a dying specie?
Do parents know what goes on in the culture of the MRSM boarding schools and what goes on in the minds of your children?
In this context, we must look at the difference between education, schooling, indoctrination, mind-control, and liberation in thinking. I would say that the MRSM system is a successful failure.
Open-mindedness is rarely encouraged and students take control over each others’ lives transplanting retrogressive ideologies into each other’s head, with the help of ultra-nationalist and anti-multiculturalist teachers.
Even if these children survive the ideological ordeal and experience ‘tough love’ and go on to get their degrees from top American and British universities, they will still be Malays with a shallow understanding of multiculturalism or become more sophisticated Malays with more complex arguments on Ketuanan Melayu.
They will then design policies to affect the needed sustenance of ideology in order to protect the interests of the few. Neo-feudalistic cybernetic Malays are then the new creations of the political-economic ruling class. They run the country and many are now running it down.
As an educator wishing to see Malays progress alongside in peace and prosperity with other races, I call upon us all to put a stop to all forms of indoctrination held especially by the BTN (Biro Tata Negara); an organisation that is of no value to the advancement of the Malays they claim to want to liberate.
It should be taken over by progressive Malaysians and replaced with a systematic effort to promote not only racial understanding through teaching respect and deep reflection on the cultures of the peoples of Malaysia, but also teach conflict resolution and mediation through cross-cultural perspectives. All must question the presence of BTN on campuses. All must reject BTN’s programme for indoctrination.