Saturday, December 18, 2010

Think before you speak.

It is really disturbing for me to read comments from a stupid fool who knows nothing but to complain about our Government now.

She complained on many things but she focused more onto our education's systems.

And surprisingly, she even questioned about her own special rights. haha, you are one funny clown you know?

Okay anyway it goes like this. she did foundation in a private college. got a good CGPA. and she decided to continue her studies, well, in a local university.

Unfortunately, the local university didn't want her as she took her foundation year from a private college.

Can you see my point here? From a private to a local university. isn't that a bit weird? If we're talking from one local uni to another, then it's okay. If we're talking about from a private uni to another, then it is okay as well.

From there, she started to complain harshly on stuffs, everything that has been done by the Government will never be right in her eyes. Will never ever be right.

First, she should ask herself. Why did she do foundation in a private college?

Yeah, I still remember the time when I just finished sitting my SPM. I started to think where should I go after that. My friends and I thought of going to a local university. Private university was an option too, provided we get the scholarships.

but what I heard, that she had planned for going to a private college.

she should have studied on how does private education work.

Bear in mind, I can say most of the private colleges are making money, they are not here to educate us, really. In other words, they are more into money rather than educating us. But this is not on all of them.

Again, I'm talking about most of them, not all. Some private universities are good, some are even better than the local universities.

If I were to open a university that will be named after me, I will never ever let my students to carry on their studies outside of my university. I will force them, in the softest way as possible, to continue on at the same university. Come on you guys, don't you want to make money at all if you have your own university?

well anyway, the Government is to blame. she blamed the Government for being cronyism and practice discrimination. All this just because she was not accepted to a local university after she finished her foundation year in a private university. Why do you blame the Government on this matter? For your information, the Government has been subsidizing the fees on local universities since you were not born yet, even I was not born yet. Just imagine how long was that, to support Malaysians on local fees. I say this to show you that our Government do fucking care about us okay. =)

I talked to my bestie, he studies in a local uni. He told me that the government pays more or less around 47K on fees, for a student in a local uni. Ohh boy, that is a lot amount of money, just to pay for one student. RM47000 is a lot. I don't know if it is not to you but to me, it's huge. Doesn't this show that the Government do fucking care about us? =)

That is why private university is way more expensive than a normal local university. In private universities, it's either scholarships or you are on your own.

Please don't blame the Government if you don't study about them first before you utter your words ya. Please, just don't. Please, don't follow your emotions too much, it'll make you look (kind of) stupid.

I know how it feels like to be rejected but you are blaming at the wrong thing. You should have taken the foundation year in a local university if you know in the first place that you'll be continuing your studies in a local uni in the future. In a way to say that, it's your own fault. Try to be wise a bit.

Moving on to transportation issue.

Yes, I agree in some ways, regarding the quality of our transportation systems. The Government should improvise or find a new way to transport people from a point to another. One of the ways, according to Dr. Mahathir, is to privatize our transportation's sector. I must admit that private sectors are better than Government's sectors but this happens for some reasons. One of the reasons is private sectors can concentrate on their respective fields while the Government has to focus on many things i.e educations, healths, transportation and etc. Put it this way, which one is a better choice, to study just on one subject or to study on, let us say, 12 subjects at the same time? Of course, the first choice is the best choice. ^_^

But, I don't think it is practical to make a bicycle track around the city since you have the side of the roads for you to roam about the city. If the tracks should be built around the city, it will cost a major investment and also, a major headache for engineers. Imagine this, you have to move a building, just to make space for a bicycle track. Yes, it sounds ridiculous. Let alone building tracks for traveling across one city to another city. Do you want a special track from Bukit Bintang to Shah Alam? Okay, you would say yes. What about this next question then, do you want to cycle from Bukit Bintang all the way to Shah Alam in your special track for bicycle riders? I don't think you even dare to say 'yes' to this. It's pointless to cycle in that kind of distance unless you're an athlete or some sports freak.

It is safe to cross here and there across the city with bicycle. Even in my university, people cycles to classes and they do just fine.

On a different story.

I feel 'invited' to write this post because when I read the comments, I was like "haish, what else do you want? you better stop talking and shut up, that's better you know.". I was filled with anger and confusion. I told myself, I have to say something to make me feel better.

Malay. I am a Malay.

We can hear noises coming from various directions, provoking racism and all. haiyoo, can't we all just live in peace? Be matured. Be advanced.

She questioned about her own race special's rights. Honestly, that was a really stupid act. It's like, you are denying the fact that you are a human being.

You are denying something that is yours and forever it will be yours. Why do you want to give it away to others?

The special rights that I have now, have been decided and agreed by representatives from all races that exist in this country. They have been agreed. So, why bother? You agreed, they agreed and we agreed on it. Why and why and why did you question this? ohh my God, I just can't understand why.

Do you think the special rights that we have now, is the main cause to racism? No, that's the answer.

Racism occurs when a party doesn't get what it wants, but not what it needs. If the party get what it needs, it won't even bother. If it asks something what it wants and it doesn't get it, then it will start barking aloud.


Let's face it, no one can satisfy everyone. You just can never do that.

It's really saddening to know that she questioned her own rights. Too sad, really.

If you think the Government is not good enough for you, then I think you try to go out overseas and go to any developing country like us. I say developing because it is not fair for you to compare America or United Kingdom with our country. They are developed country, we are a developing country. Go to India or Indonesia or wherever you want as long as it is a developing country.

I assure you that you will be grateful of what we have right now in our country led by our Government.


Or you can try this, try to embrace communism or any other idealism and see where will it take you. Discrimination, bloodbath, merciless Government and so forth. This one I promise you man.

Or if you are still not satisfied with what I say or what the Government has done for the country, well, it is best for you to migrate to another country. Just leave the country. We don't need you.

That's all.

I hope that individual will get her mind opened and be wiser.

Cheers,

2 comments:

highschoolrocker said...

err i think i know whom you are referring this post to =,=

pengarang baru said...

assalamualaikum,new reader here.:)
thank you for clearing my thoughts about the differences between the gov unis and private colleges:)