Thursday, October 23, 2008

Teach Malaysia Social Contract to School Children.

Perak Sultan was quote in NSTOnline,
Sultan: Teach young on Social Contract

The problem was, how are we going to teach about social contract when the people, lawyers, politicians and the leaders can't seems to agree to what it is. Doesn't it enough for the old to be confused? Do we need to drag the young one to be brain washed with certain version of social contracts that lead to political agenda and propaganda?

Malaysia social contract was a mess that originally Malaya problem. Sabah and Sarawak was dragged into this social contract unaware of the risk and liability. Every article and resource written about social contract pointed to the Malaya historical fact and Sabah and Sarawak only added to associate it with the Federation of Malaysia. Does social contract include the native races from Sabah and Sarawak? If included, why there are issues brought up by Tuaran MP Datuk Wilfred Bumburing as i quote in Daily Express,
Tuaran MP Datuk Wilfred Bumburing claimed that Bumiputeras in Sabah and Sarawak had been placed in the same category as thousands of illegal immigrants in Sabah, devoid of race distinction, as shown in official statistics and application forms as "yang lain-lain" (others).

To make it short, Malaysia Social Contract not really well defined and variety between the people, lawyers, politician and leaders. When Malaysia government strong stand against the Africa apartheid regiment and the Palestinian repression by the Israelite, how can they allowed such double standard racist policy exist in this country?

My concern to the teaching of social contract to the young generation would actually seed in racist sentiment among them. No good can come out when a Malay children was told that the government and constitution will forever protect their birth rights no matter they hardworking or lazy and non-Malay children learn that no matter how hard they struggle and strives in life, they need to give way to the Malay first. Sabah and Sarawak natives not really there when the social contracts was first agreed, if that so i think they will not have any argument about that now.


guong said...


They are going to teach social contract through primary school by making history a subject for UPSR. It is still a plan though but it will happen soon.

There are no direct reference on social contract in the constitution. I think that is why there are so many variation on the definition for this contract.

About the natives of Sabah and Sarawak being not involved thus arguing with it now, even if the natives were involved, I think it wouldn't make any difference since most Sabah and Sarawak natives doesn't practice the 'required religion' for this contract.

Jefferi said...

true, life more better without the messed up social contract by the malaya. i don't really know why they hang it on so tight.


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