Apabila anak Kelantan di Penang diberikan motosikal percuma oleh YB dari PH, maka dikatakan anak Kelantan ditindas di Penang.
Berlainan dengan warga Kelantan di bumi sendiri. Lihatlah sendiri mereka ditatang bagaikan minyak yg penuh oleh kerajaan yg ada. "Sebenarnya ketika anggota polis tiba, saya sudah menutup kedai jam 10 malam dan sebahagian lampu juga sudah ditutup. Cuma bahagian dapur sahaja belum ditutup kerana saya dan isteri sedang mengemas ketika itu dan sudah tentu mengambil masa agak lama. Pada masa sama saya sedang menggoreng keropok untuk anak-anak memandangkan mereka belum tidur," katanya ketika ditemui di rumahnya.
Belum reda kisah peniaga burger dan seorang peniaga colek dikenakan kompaun RM50,000, seorang peniaga kedai runcit di Kota Bharu pula dikesan dikenakan tindakan sama atas alasan melanggar standard operasi piawai (SOP) Covid-19.
Mansah Marjurin, 47, yang mengusahakan Kedai Runcit Zaki Jaya di Jalan Cempaka sejak sembilan tahun lalu berkata dia terkejut apabila didatangi empat anggota polis jam 11.30 malam Ahad lalu. Katanya, tanpa ada budi bicara dan siasatan lanjut, anggota polis berkenaan terus menulis kompaun dengan jumlah RM50,000 bagi kesalahan beroperasi melebihi had masa dan beredar. - mk
Dikir saman Covid RM50,000...
Toksah dok layan Profesor Karipap basi...
Bila pula pemberian bermotif...
Pemberian sedekah atau derma tidak mudah diterima begitu sahaja sebagai satu kebajikan dan pertolongan sesama manusia. Ia mungkin jadi masalah apabila pemberian bermotif sesuatu kerana ia akan diprejudiskan oleh pihak lain. Apa berlaku ke atas Ahli Parlimen Bukit Mertajam Steven Sim yang memberi motosikal kepada seorang penghantar makanan (Anas Hazmi Ahmad) telah disalah anggap menuduh pemberian itu mempunyai motif memperdaya. Ia jadi isu.
Seorang ahli akademik meragui motif pemberian itu kerana Steven Sim menghebahkan pemberian itu. Ia berakhir dengan Steven Sim mengambil tindakan undang-undang terhadap akhli akademik berkenaan kerana memfitnahnya ekoran pemberian itu.
Apa yang boleh dipelajari dari keadaan ini, pertama jangan mudah bersangka buruk niat seseorang tanpa diselidiki. Kedua, kalau hendak melakukan kebajikan jangan heboh sehingga orang dapat mencium dan prejudis terhadap maksud kita sebenarnya. Sebab itu mengikut prinsip Islam kalau hendak berbuat baik tidak perlu dihebohkan melampau, lagipun perbuatan baik itu dihitung Tuhan bukan oleh manusia.
Kepada pengkritik yang cemburu dengan kebajikan Steven Sim itu sepatut bukan menyerangnya, tetapi berlawan secara sihat. Kalau Steven Sim bagi motorsikal berharga RM4,000 untuk kemudahan Anas cari makan, nak gandakan bantuan itu dengan beri kereta Kancil kepada Anas agar peluang dan kemudahan kepadanya bertambah. Lebih baik lagi bagi food truck. Itu cara terbaik yang patut dilakukan kalau kita semua ikhlas. - mso
Terima Kasih YB Stevens atas sumbangan...moga Allah kurniakan Hidayah Nya...
Polis tak nak siasat kah sah or not...
The Ujian Penilaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) will be abolished from this year onwards. This marks an end to the national Standard 6 examination after 33 years of its existence. Education Minister Mohd Radzi Md Jidin (above) also announced today that the Pentaksiran Tingkatan Tiga (PT3) examination for Form 3 students has been cancelled for this year.
“The ministry has decided that for 2021, the PT3 examination will be cancelled like it was last year,” he said this afternoon at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur that was live-streamed. Instead of PT3, secondary school students will be assessed based on their in-class performance, psychometry plus sports and co-curricular activities throughout this year.
Meanwhile, instead of UPSR, primary students will be assessed based on their performance in class. “From 2021 onwards, UPSR will be abolished completely. “Surely there will be those who ask how students will be assessed without the UPSR. We will strengthen classroom-based assessments beginning 2021,” he said.
In line with the abolishment of UPSR, the Pentaksiran Alternatif Sekolah Rendah (PASR) for Standard 6 special needs students has also been abolished from this year onwards. “Special needs students will be assessed based on classroom-based assessments,” the minister added.
Entry into boarding schools
With the retirement of UPSR and PASR, Radzi explained that students who apply to secondary boarding schools will be assessed on three criteria - intellectual ability, soft skills and writing articulation skills.
As for Form 3 students hoping to enter a boarding school for their upper secondary education, they will also be assessed on the same three criteria. The official term for this assessment is Pentaksiran Kemasukan Sekolah Khusus (PKSK).
Reasons for abolishment
Elaborating, the minister said the decision to abolish UPSR was made after consultations with more than 1,000 stakeholders nationwide including students, teachers, school principals, parents, unions and associations. The consultations focused on comparing UPSR to how other countries assessed their primary school students.
According to Radzi, some teachers felt they had to finish the school syllabus as soon as possible to allow for UPSR preparations to begin. Some also shared how they had to use the time allocated for non-examinable subjects to prepare students for the national examination. Some parents, however, opined that they sent their children to tuition classes from Standard 1 just to prepare for UPSR.
Meanwhile, Radzi explained that the ministry cancelled this year’s PT3 examinations because the Covid-19 pandemic had affected teaching and learning. Face-to-face learning had been cut short and this, he said, had jeopardised students’ ability to prepare for the examination. - mk
Joke about rape in misogyny...
"If you want to rape someone, rape only one above 18." That was what a male teacher told his class. Perhaps some might think it was just a joke. But ironically, the teacher was supposed to teach the students to avoid sexual harassment and enhance the students' knowledge in self protection in the event of a danger, but that particular teacher told his class that they could selectively harass or even assault other people's bodies!
Even if it was meant to be just a joke, it has relayed a wrong message that rape could be something fun. As a result, the male students in the class giggled. They were obviously amused. In that class, rape was made something funny and enjoyable.
Only Ain Husniza exposed this incident. Her counseling teacher advised her not to take it too seriously; teachers claimed she was suffering from autism; social media users rebuked her as being busy body and even a male classmate threatened to rape her!
After 17-year-old Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam exposed her male teacher for allegedly making lewd jokes in class, she has had to endure all sorts of backlash, including a rape threat from a schoolmate...
Ain cracked under tremendous pressure and at one point she even stopped going to school. The young brave girl might not realize that she was actually confronting the collective misogyny in her society, not just that male teacher or the classmate but countless of others, too.
The word misogyny is derived from the Ancient Greek word "misogunia" which means "hatred for women". Out of hatred for women, some men tend to look down on women, bully them and treat them as subhuman.
Such an anomaly exists in every nook and corner of our society, and often such people can be instantly identified the moment they open their mouths greeting people's mothers or uttering words that denote female sex organs -- a personality defect born out of sheer abhorrence for women.
Guru cakap kalu nak rogol, rogollah yang atas 18 tahun...
To prove they are men enough, some tend to belittle women verbally or in action to manifest their manhood. As a matter of fact, such aggression is typically triggered by their embedded inferiority complex.
Back to the male teacher and Ain's male classmate. Perhaps these people don't even have the slightest intention of raping anyone, but because of their tendency to dislike and deride women, they have made rape some kind of joke, and through verbal violence, they are eager to show that they have the power to control women, including breaching women's most precious defense line.This could easily sow the seed of evil in a student who is young, impulsive and lacks social experiences.
A physical and health education teacher who openly encourages his students to physically assault women might win the applause of his male students, while the other teachers in his school might come to his defense. Even his school will attempt to play down this whole thing, as the education ministry chooses to keep mum.
Why is this society so indifferent to things like sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape? Our society is still drowned in misogyny that exists deep inside every community and culture here. The malady lives on in many different shapes and forms, and is being constantly reconstructed and reinforced, even as our society becomes growingly sophisticated.
We will only be able to overcome and defeat misogyny once we realize its problems, understand its build-up and realizing its violation of humanity and carnage on human rights. - Tay Tian Yan, Sin Chew Daily