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Pendahuluan[ sunting ] Pendapat awal saya mengenai masalah yang sedang dihadapi oleh orang Melayu dibentangkan untuk pertama kalinya sewaktu menjawab cabaran yang dikemukakan oleh Profesor Ungku Aziz, Profesor Ekonomi sekarang Profesor Diraja dan Naib Canselor di Universiti Malaya. Di dalam satu seminar yang diadakan di Kuala Lumpur pada tahun , ketika mem bincangkan sebab-sebab lemahnya pencapaian pelajar-pelajar Melayu, saya telah menyebut, antara lain, tentang pengaruh keturunan dan alam sekitar sebagai faktor-faktor yang menye babkan wujudnya masalah ini. Memang tidak dapat dinafikan bahawa lain-lain faktor seperti dasar pelajaran, kemudahan yang tidak mencukupi, kekurangan guru serta guru yang tidak cukup terlatih turut memainkan peranan dalam meningkatkan lagi peratus kegagalan di kalangan pelajar Melayu. Namun, pada hemat saya, faktor-faktor keturunan dan alam sekitar tidak boleh diketepikan begitu sahaja tanpa diberi perhatian yang serius. Pandangan yang sedemikian pada umumnya telah tidak dipersetujui oleh peserta-peserta seminar, terutama sekali oleh Profesor Ungku Aziz sebab pandangan tersebut dikatakan memberi takrif bahawa orang Melayu memang pada lahiriahnya adalah bersifat inferior atau rendandiri.

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The first half was brilliant, but I needed to forcefully drag myself to finish the other half mainly because I found my beliefs hardly converged with that of Tuns. It is evident that he was heavily biased in the book that the notion of Malays betterment appeared to be his primary objective, or one of his soul-goals in his life. I wondered what had ignited such racism, the kind that existed with such revered magnitude, that it gave me a constant headache Admittedly, this is a tough book for me.

I wondered what had ignited such racism, the kind that existed with such revered magnitude, that it gave me a constant headache and an ideological battle within myself I had to painstakingly endure. He seemed to be so wrong and so right at the same time. I admired his constant attempts to shed some lights on the discussed critical issues in the book. He made history appeared inviting ever so delicately and I thanked him for that, because history has never came across my mind as a subject I would want to appreciate.

Although in the preface, Tun had stated that one of his chapters The Influence of Heredity and Environment on the Malay Race could be nullified, it amazed me still of how brilliant the contexts were especially when he mentioned the history of China. China, with its four thousand years of civilization, had to bear both natural and man-made disasters that eventually the product of such fatalities made the Chinese hardened and determined to win the battle against life.

Ergo, the Chinese immigrants who flooded the Malaya were those with such firm and unshakable determination to pursue a better life, better than what they had experienced in their own land, even when they had to displace the Malays from the Malaya. I finally managed to comprehend the Malay rights and its extension better. The focal problem of the Malay dilemma seemed to be orbiting around education. The Chinese economic hegemony could impossibly be penetrated by the Malays without a sound knowledge of the fundamentals.

The Malays could not attain a proper job without an academic background that is superior to the non-Malays. If we were to look at it from a complete different perspective, the non-Malays were the privileged lots, not the Malays.

Most Malays lived in the rural areas, whilst the Chinese dominated the towns. The one who lived in town were exposed to a sophisticated environment which had caused an even larger disparity between the town and rural folks, in terms of opportunities especially in education. The town folks had the capital, capacity and ability that enabled them access towards better education, which would grant them access towards better job prospects.

The rural folks were deprived of these. Thus, the poverty cycle or poverty loop remained and failed to be broken. The rural remains rural, emanating a behavior, characteristics and thinking of a rural people; the backward society with little chance of progressing. To Tun, this is the quest to achieve racial equity, or at least he made it appeared as so outwardly. All those privileges that we called as the Malay rights are the manifestation of how underprivileged the Malays were that the Government needed to be accommodative in its policies to help the Malays achieve equality with the non-Malays.

Without it, the Malays would totally be dislocated from its own land. Perhaps it is true what Tun had deduced in his book; The Malays failed to appreciate time and life given to them; that they, willingly yield to the limitations of life and would not do much to break the limitations. Bring about any policy and implement them, but if the attitudes of the Malays remain unchanged, true progressivism can never be attained.

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Hukum sivil memang dicipta oleh orang kafir Tapi sejarah tahun itu yang ko gagal fahami. Dua soalan: 1. Adakah orang melayu terpaksa menerima hukum itu semasa kemerdekaan?

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The first half was brilliant, but I needed to forcefully drag myself to finish the other half mainly because I found my beliefs hardly converged with that of Tuns. It is evident that he was heavily biased in the book that the notion of Malays betterment appeared to be his primary objective, or one of his soul-goals in his life. I wondered what had ignited such racism, the kind that existed with such revered magnitude, that it gave me a constant headache Admittedly, this is a tough book for me. I wondered what had ignited such racism, the kind that existed with such revered magnitude, that it gave me a constant headache and an ideological battle within myself I had to painstakingly endure.

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