Sapa U Nak Kutuk Bangsa I?!!
Honestly, I’ve not really got over my bad day incident yesterday and today incident has made my day. I am smiling now as I felt on whatever happened earlier in the morning was quite ‘hilarious’ in a way and ‘shocked’ at the same time.
Why? Let me share it with you.
May I remind my gentle readers that whatever been delivered today in this post is purely based on my point of view which started in a jokingly manner which turns bad (rasa rasa sweet and sour pork jak rasa nya) and had no what-so-ever external influence forces that encourage me to jott this moment of my experience in this humble blog of mine.
And also do be reminded too that this post of mine may or might spark any form of sensitivity issue that may or might lead to further speculations based on the reader understanding or on how they take it.
Therefore, viewer and depth understanding discretion is advised and required in this matter.
If with these few paragraphs had triggered your mind of curiosity then by all mean, do read thoroughly the post and if with these few paragraphs had turn you off by all mean, stop reading this post, close the active blog window as there’s no point to read it further.
Don’t waste your precious time reading on my post.
For a clearer picture, it would be fair (that’s what I think) to briefly introduce the person that I had a ‘drama’ with. I’m not going to disclose his real name (being considerate as I’m a harmless person) here and I’ve known him for more than 2 years now. He’s an academician (aka lecturer lah) in one of a respectable IPTA based in KL, a political science graduates, working on his PhD thesis and also a part time tutor for OUM. In the recent parliamentary election (if I’m not mistaken, it was the last year election), he’s one of the 5 invited commentators on the election results shown on air live at TV9. He’s half Malay and half Indonesian (his mom is an Indonesian) by race and whenever he had the time for family quality time, he would joined the family at JB.
Both of us get to know each other via Friendster and the friendship starts from there. We have been exchanging emails, phone calls and text messages. He’s friendly, sociable, bubbly and likes to joke.
This morning, he buzzed me via text messages on the recent Batang Ai election results and asked me whether I’m happy with BN’s victory at Batang Ai. Being a neutral individual person in political issue, I told him it doesn’t matter who won the seat as the current political issue already sucks big time. If fail to win my heart to be devoted.
So, he replied me…
I was smiling to myself when I read the message so I replied him…
“kalau camtu, pergi mampuih la ketuanan melayu lol…”
And he replied…
I was shocked upon reading his reply and wondering whether he is taking it seriously so I replied him…
“lol…tsinggung trus la tu”
And he replied…
At this moment, I am stunned. Back in my head, hellloooooooo who started it first? So, I decided not to reply him anymore as it will only worsen the situation.
But little do I know, he can’t get over it and started to sent more ‘piss off’ text messages to me (dah geram tahap space cop gaban la ni).
So I apologized for the second time, re-forward the earlier text message where he himself critizing his own race (refer to the first photo), told him that I would further elaborate my view on the issue only when he is in his calm mode. And he said…
At this point, I find it’s pointless to further argue with him so I release a mild version of my view…
“honestly even the malay society in Sarawak also dislike the ktuanan mttr and we here see it as d w.msian propaganda to gain politic and moral support frm d rakyat”
And ‘crash boom bang’, he sent me continuous text messages…
The ending, I don’t bother to reply him anymore as it leads to ‘la-la land of no return’.
Today, I learnt something that I learnt yesterday (oh boy we do learn something new everyday don’t we?). Never argue with an idiot (now the idiot apply to lecturer-a specific lecturer in this case).
It makes me to ponder…
When the article 153 was quoted, I am just wondering whether he did read about the 18 points agreement too?
If it was because of the ‘ketuanan melayu’ issue, what sort of speciality does those mentioned ethnic races gained and benefited from the article 153?
If the ‘bangsa melayu’ is a big ‘matter’ here, I am just wondering why most of the malay ministers sent their children studied overseas (some even worked there) and not sending their children studying in local educational organization in support of bahasa melayu?
Why introduce English in Science and Mathematics subjects at school? Why not the bahasa kebangsaan instead?
The list goes on…but that’s gonna cause my freedom of speech.
So, gentle readers do share with me on your view over this matter as I would love to hear it from you. Do show me how to respect other races too should I am being the rude person here. Do guide me too as I’m not perfect person in many ways. Do feed me too with knowledge on the country system.
Lastly, sapa u nak kutuk i? Bagi la input yang membina. 🙂