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BTN indoctrination runs across Sekolah Kebangsaan

January 14, 2010

Malaysians get divided and feel the division of race and religion as soon as their children enter standard one in Sekolah Kebangsaan. From standard one to secondary school then to local university or to any government office, Malaysians are always reminded of their race and religion.

The moment we enter government offices, the pegawai (officer) wants to know our race and religion. How is 1Malaysia possible? UMNOPUTRAS in parliament and in media always question the non Malays on how to foster national unity when 55% of Indian children are in Tamil schools and 90% Chinese children are in Chinese schools.

The Sekolah Kebangsaan is centred on agama class, so much so that class streaming, lesson planning, students get together based on race and religion. Over the years the school teachers are filled with one race replacing the experienced and dedicated teachers.

Teachers recruited are indoctrinated by BTN programmes which indoctrinates UMNO supremacy, ketuanan Melayu, Islamisation at the expense of national unity. Even if the individual teacher feels other wise and wants to speak for justice or equality, the school administration will see to it that he/she implements their racial agenda of divide and rule in the Sekolah Kebangsaan.

It’s too much racism and religious education in Sekolah Kebangsaan that non-Malays are driven away to vernacular schools even though the Tamil schools do not have good facilities. Chinese community has equipped their schools better than government schools. Yet the UMNO Wallahs do not understand why the non Malays are not sending their children to Sekolah Kebangsaan.

The Islamic agenda in Sekolah Kebangsaan is imposing and overwhelmiing on non Malay children. It scares and startles the non Malay children. Parents are alarmed and are enrolling their children in vernacular schools.

It’s a nightmare of six years of children’s primary education if parents do not want to go to vernacular schools.

Does the Minister of Education care?  Is he bothered to know the real reason for the decline in non Malay children in Sekolah Kebangsaan?

It is a pity that programs like BTN indoctrinates school teachers with the UMNO agenda of ketuaan Melayu and the nonexistent social contracts. Islamisation and racism were allowed to fester and permeate the education service for so long that our country is divided into pieces and real peace has gone out of the window as the nation witnessed last weekend with the fire-bombing of churches.

The Education Minister must review the school system to bring about analytical thinking, critical thinking and allow a culture of questioning into our curriculum.

For that to happen, BTN indoctrinations on school teachers must stop.