- Is there any Minister concerned enough about the escalating rhetoric of race and religion to propose in Cabinet tomorrow a “Say No to Racism” nation-wide campaign
- Why do Finland’s schools get the best results?
- Burma’s poll farce
- Zero tolerance for racism or zero action?
- What social contract?
Posted: 06 Sep 2010 06:07 PM PDT
The common response to my suggestion yesterday that the Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak should propose to the Cabinet meeting tomorrow a nation-wide "Say No to Racism" campaign headed by him to give flesh to his 1Malaysia slogan and policy as well as his "Zero tolerance for Racism" declaration is one of skepticism and [...]
Posted: 06 Sep 2010 06:08 PM PDT
By Tom Burridge BBC World News America, Helsinki Last year more than 100 foreign delegations and governments visited Helsinki, hoping to learn the secret of their schools’ success. In 2006, Finland’s pupils scored the highest average results in science and reading in the whole of the developed world. In the OECD’s exams for 15 year-olds, [...]
Posted: 06 Sep 2010 01:18 PM PDT
Financial Times September 5, 2010 Burma's elections are shaping up to be the detestable sham the dictatorship's sternest critics have warned. Unlike those held – and then callously ignored – in 1990, no credible opposition is running. Aung San Suu Kyi, whose National League for Democracy won the 1990 poll, is a prisoner after spending [...]
Posted: 06 Sep 2010 06:09 PM PDT
By Thomas Lee It is nearly a month since the controversial racist remarks allegedly made by Johor school principal Siti Inshah Mansor on 12 August 2010 was highlighted in the media, but no action has so far been taken on the case. On the contrary, the case involving 27-year-old rapper Wee Meng Chee, popularly known [...]
Posted: 06 Sep 2010 01:03 AM PDT
by Clive Kessler Malaysian Insider September 06, 2010 "Najib warns against questioning 'social contract'," it is reported. This claim is plain and simple "historical revisionism". To what "social contract" precisely is the PM referring? In the 1980s a new political idea was created: that of "Ketuanan Melayu", of Malay ascendancy, supremacy, domination. Thereafter, especially from [...]
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