Sunday, January 14, 2018

Bigot demanded ban on scholarships for Non's

Based on MM Online's At Ummah convention, ex-educator urges ban on scholarships for minorities:

A ketuanan bigot by the name of Raof Husin, a retired teacher representing the Malaysian Association of Former Education Officers at the Rise of the Ummah Convention, told the government to end federal scholarships for non-Malay students in order to ensure and uplift Malay supremacy in the country ahead of the 14th general election.

The racist turned pariah constitutional expert and told the government that it was constitutionally bound to 'limit' (to 'reserve') study aid to Bumiputra students.

He also claimed this was the will of six late Malay Rulers during their negotiations with British colonialists for the country's independence. Told you he turned himself into a pariah constitutional expert.

He ranted “Return the exclusive right of government scholarship to Bumiputera students and do not give them to others,” and insisted that the government must uphold Article 153 (1) of the Federal Constitution with regards to Bumiputera Special Privilege in education, and that his group was also against the government issuing scholarships based on merit.

Doesn't his saying "his group was also against the government issuing scholarships based on merit"  been virtually an acknowledgement of his own inferiority complex and thinking that Malays lack merit? I wonder what Malays think of such a pathetic person representing their future.

Now, Article 153 states that it is the Yang diPertuan Agong’s prerogative to reserve scholarships and civil service positions, among others, for the Bumiputera community, but the clown translated that to mean denying study aid to the nons.

In fact Article 153 of the Constitution grants the Agong the responsibility for “safeguarding the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities” and goes on to specify ways to do this, such as establishing quotas for entry into the civil service, public scholarships and public education.

Thus the Article protects, for example, the scholarship quota for Malays and bumiputeras, but does NOT deny them to non-Malays. It also talks about protecting "the legitimate interests of other communities” and establishing quotas.

But the idiot talked about 'zero for nons and all for Malays'.

I have written before on blokes like him who have not only been interested in promoting Malay education but more into suppressing educational opportunities for the 'nons' - to wit, the evil strategy of 'promote & suppress'. It shows his mean nasty jealous streak - seorang yang busuk hati sangat, wakakaka.

Secondly, he is not just a bullshitter but a treasonous bullshitter in saying that it was the will of six late Malay Rulers during their negotiations with British colonialists for the country's independence to reserve scholarships only for Malays and bumiputera.

In actual fact, Tunku and the Malay rulers had asked the Reid Commission to ensure that "in an independent Malaya, all nationals should be accorded equal rights, privileges and opportunities and there must not be discrimination on grounds of race and creed".

But it was the Reid Commission itself who believed the Malay's special position was necessary as a form of affirmative action, and which was included as Articles 3, 152 and 153 of the Malayan-Malaysian Constitution.

Yes, the most hideous act of all for a so-called ketuanan Melayu like him, has been in his smearing of the good names of the Tuanku's. He thought he would drop the names of their Highness's in his bigoted argument to improve his credibility, but for lying and smearing the good names of their Highness's he should be horsewhipped kaukau, wakakaka.

He attended the same Ummah Convention as racist Ismail Mina.

See also: Why Chinese did NOT fight for a NON-existent Malaya-Malaysia?.


  1. "The Rise of the Ummah Convention yesterday would hurt communal ties in multiracial Malaysia".

    “The policies for the Bumiputras are definitely there, but policies for other races must also be given justly, just not fairly. Meaning, there cannot be a 50-50 basis." ~ Kamarozaman Abd Razak (NUTP President)

  2. In the late 1970's and early 1980's there was a effective ban on scholarships for non-Bumiputras, especially Chinese.

    It was not officially written down anywhere, but if you were a Bukan Bumiputera, you chances of getting a Government scholarship was Nearly Zero.
    Add to that strict quota limitations on non-Bumi university places, and very limited overall number if local university places in those days, and Higher Education was a very tough proposition for Non-Bumi families.