Saturday 25 January 2014

If Sungkai was near Stockholm and the teacher a Malay

TAPAH: A 31-year-old mother has lodged a police report against a teacher at a Chinese-type school in Sungkai near here for ill-treating her son.

Yarnis Kasuma Dewi Zainal Aripin lodged the report at the Sungkai police station on Friday afternoon.
In her report, she alleged that on Thursday a school teacher had punished her 10-year-old son and his classmate by putting bells around their necks for failing to do their homework.
She also alleged that the teacher, who teaches English language to her son, had handed her child and his classmate grass during the school's recess hour.
The teacher, she claimed had told her son that "lembu tak buat kerja rumah mesti kena makan rumput" (cow that does not do its homework has to eat grass).
Yarnis claimed that the teacher then took pictures of her son and his classmate and showed them to students in other classes.
At a press conference late this morning, Yarnis said her son is traumatic after the episode with his teacher because since the incident he had been taunted by his schoolmates who called him "lembu" (cow). - NST
The Chinese school's PTA chairman thinks its a JOKE.

Can't help but think of the life changing experiences this Chinese school teacher from Sungkai in Perak would have to face if he had been a teacher in Sweden.  
If spanking your own kid for not praying could possibly earn you a 10 year jail term, what happens if you 'bell' your students and force them (as alleged) to eat grass in Stockholm? 
A Malaysian couple with diplomatic passports have spent more than a month in Swedish jail, after being accused of hitting their children for not performing their prayers. The parents risk ten years in jail.
The husband and wife were arrested on December 18th after police received a report that they had repeatedly hit their four children, aged nine to 14-years-old.  Malaysian newspaper The Star reported that the police report stems from an incident in which the Muslim couple struck their 12-year-old son on the hands for refusing to perform his prayers.
The boy told his teachers in Stockholm about the incident, which was then passed along to the school's counselors, who in turn notified police. It has been illegal in Sweden for parents physically punish their children since the late 1970s.
A day later, authorities arrested the parents and placed the children in foster care while their parents await trial, The Star reported.
"It's a terrible situation for the parents and the children," lawyer Timo Manninen, the public defender involved in the child custody side of the case, told The Local.  "When the parents are being held on remand, they obviously can't take care of their children."
The couple has lived in Sweden for three years. The man, Azizul Raheem Awalludin, works for Tourism Malaysia in Stockholm and has worked for his country's tourism ministry since 2000. His wife, Shalwati Nurshal, is a secondary school teacher on unpaid leave. The Swedish foreign ministry said neither Awalludin nor Nurshal are registered as diplomats, leading prosecutors to conclude that diplomatic immunity does not apply in the case.
Formal charges have yet to be filed against the couple, who are being held on remand on suspicion of gross violation of integrity (grov fridskränkning) that took place between June 2011 and December 2013. The mother's lawyer, Kristofer Stahre, told The Local both parents are being held with restrictions that keep them largely isolated from the outside world and that the preliminary investigation will likely take two or three more weeks.
"There is a lot of material to go through, but everyone is now working harder to speed thing up as they recognize the sensitivity of the case," he said.
If found guilty, the parents risk being sentenced by up to ten years in prison. - The Local from SWEDEN
Google pic- unrealted to the issue
Imagine if the situation was reversed. A Malay teacher forcing Chinese students to eat grass in a national school.  
Imagine the hue and cry such a reversed scenario would invoke. 

I could hear sound bites of the freedom fighters from DAP and their Lim dynasty.

You see the problem? A same problem invokes different sentiments and level of reaction. Different sets of rule?
This is our problem now. It is racism at its ugliest and it is fast developing into a cancer in a multi-racial Muslim majority country. 
Stop that DAP-introduced 'Chinese are victims' political propaganda and own up to the fact that you wouldn't want to live in Sweden, or Indonesia for the matter. 
As for the Sungkai school incident in Perak. Give the teacher the benefit of the doubt. Just let it go but be thrifty with your 'tidak apa' attitude. Times have changed.
p/s Make sure the PTA joker laughs at his own joke…ooops the PTA chairman.

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Anonymous said...

Salam Bro.,
I wonder what happens to us Malays after 500 years of colonisation? Teloq pun dah tak ada! The ultimate "tak apa" mentality... thats why the chinese P1G berani buat apa depa suka... agaknya kena ada Melayu mengamok pancong cina bangsat sekor baru nak bangun dari tido?

Anonymous said...

What will Dong Zhong says? Memang Lembu pun is it?

Anonymous said...

This incident would not happen in a Swedish school.

Anonymous said...

They always make light of the insults they heap upon the Malays. But when they percieve they have been insulted, just look at the mob reaction, led by the Lims.

Remember the case of the headteacher in Johor? How she was hounded? How they were baying for her blood?

And what do we do? We forgive because if we were to make a hue and cry about it, we fear we'll be tagged as racists!

However, as it stands, it's unbeleiveable that the police consider this as "RESOLVED". Can you believe it?


Anonymous said...

The government rule of keeping an officer of the state in any foreign posting is that the first time he does anything that is inimical to the interest of the sending state he should be recalled back home. As a government you cannot allow your officers to conduct themselves in a manner in which it brings on public odium as it would directly impact on the government he represents. He may not be an officer from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs but when he represents TDC overseas he is part of Wismaputra weather he likes it or not. Just read the old Confidential 835 which governs the conduct of Malaysian Government Officers posted overseas. The Head of Department should have recalled him the first time he crossed the line.

Anonymous said...

Mana pemimpin Melayu? Sekor pun tak guna. Itu bezanya Melayu dgn bangsa lain. Klu bangsa lain pastinya pemimpin mereka dah bangun menjerit. Pemimpin Melayu mmg bangsat. Politik saja kuat tapi lansung tidak memartabatkan bangsa.