Thursday, January 20, 2011

1-Malaysia but 3-Schools and Many Languages?

Sebelum saya paparkan artikel yang sebenarnya saya ingin kongsi di sini, izinkan saya membebel sikit pasal pemimpin 1-Malaysia kita. Pada awal kempen 1-Malaysia, saya rasa slogan yang lama dan benar-benar bermakna, "SATU BANGSA, SATU NEGARA, SATU BAHASA" agak kurang kedengaran. Selepas pelbagai pihak dok hentam 1-Malaysia yang banyak kekeliruan itu, maka kini saya nampak balik slogan "SATU BANGSA, SATU NEGARA, SATU BAHASA" ini di kaca TV. Hmmmmm...

1-Malaysia tapi 3-Sekolah? hmmm .. penatlah... bacalah artikel-artikel KEMPEN SSS ini:-

Tak faham lah.. cakap aja "1" tapi tiba pasal sekolah dok promosi "3" pulak? Pasal bahasa? Bahasa kebangsaan entah kemana, dok sibuk dengan bahasa kebangsaan negara asing?. Bangga sangat jadi "kera sumbang" apa bila orang lain di dunia ini tak buat apa yang kita buat. Dah lah..!! buat habis air liur aja!!

Ini dia artikel yang sebenarnya nak dikongsi ni. "Solidariti" bangsa Mesir yang bercakap satu bahasa Mesir, bukannya bahasa asing negara lain. Bila DAH FAHAM BAHASA, barulah ada chance nak TOLERATE. Bila dah dapat tolerate, barulah boleh praktis ACCEPTANCE. Barulah "SATU BANGSA, SATU NEGARA, SATU BAHASA", bukannya 1-Malaysia yang 3-Sekolah, Banyak Bahasa tu! Mana nak ada "solidariti" kalau macam ni?

Ni dia artikelnya:- (

As Copts mark their Christmas, under threats of attack and fear of further bloodshed, The Anchoress points to this great story of solidarity in Egypt:
Egypt’s majority Muslim population stuck to its word Thursday night. What had a been a promise of solidarity to the weary Coptic community, was honoured, when thousands of Muslims showed up at Coptic Christmas eve mass services in churches around the country and at candle light vigils held outside.
From the well-known to the unknown, Muslims had offered their bodies as “human shields” for last night’s mass, making a pledge to collectively fight the threat of Islamic militants and towards an Egypt free from sectarian strife.
“We either live together, or we die together,” was the sloganeering genius of Mohamed El-Sawy, a Muslim arts tycoon whose cultural centre distributed flyers at churches in Cairo Thursday night, and who has been credited with first floating the “human shield” idea.
Among those shields were movie stars Adel Imam and Yousra, popular preacher Amr Khaled, the two sons of President Hosni Mubarak, and thousands of citizens who have said they consider the attack one on Egypt as a whole.
“This is not about us and them,” said Dalia Mustafa, a student who attended mass at Virgin Mary Church on Maraashly. “We are one. This was an attack on Egypt as a whole, and I am standing with the Copts because the only way things will change in this country is if we come together.”
In the days following the brutal attack on Saints Church in Alexandria, which left 21 dead on New Year’ eve, solidarity between Muslims and Copts has seen an unprecedented peak. Millions of Egyptians changed their Facebook profile pictures to the image of a cross within a crescent – the symbol of an “Egypt for All”, and around the city, banners went up calling for unity, and depicting mosques and churches, crosses and crescents, together as one.
Read more.  And — as someone once said — know hope.

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