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Sunday, July 23, 2006

UPM Students Fracas - Shameful Mob Behaviour!

Click on the topic link above and watch for yourselves the quality of certain 'students' at UPM, terrorising their fellow students for 'helping' new freshmen albeit they being 'unregistered' to do so!

To me, that is not the type of university students this nation can be proud of for they are nothing but mobsters masquarading as the future leaders of this nation!

Malays are known traditionally as cultured people, full of social courtesy and being polite. Sadly this incident will surely put that notion to severe test for it betrays the lowest standard of social behaviour that even the chimps in Zoo Negara will not want to emulate!

Is this the quality of students that Universiti Putra Malaysia has as it's Student Leader and his mob of foul behaving hooligans?

Damn! If it is so, then this nation is surely heading towards deep shit!

What subject are those idiots taking? Hooliganism 101?

Well, from the way they behave in that clip, they will surely graduate with flying colors! From being this nation's future leaders , I dare say that this mob is sure destined for the dust heap!

That is not the way these Malay 'students' should take to solve whatever problems those Chinese students in UPM have created by trying to help their fellow students who have just enrolled into UPM!

Have they not learned from their parents as how to behave towards others what more their fellow students and citizens of this country?

The old Malay saying goes like this ' Kalau hendak menarik rambut dari tepong, rambut jangan sampai putus; tepong usah sampai berselerak!'

It means : ' If you want to remove a hair from the flour ; take precautions as not to break it and not to spill the flour'.

The hidden meaning is that we need to use our wisdom in whatever we do especially in delicate situations such as removing the hair from the flour. It is a graphic example of traditional Malay etiquette and admired social customs when dealing with sensitive problems.

Looks like those Malay UPM students are in the wrong institution. Pudu Jail would be a better place for them to study the consequences of their shameful behaviours!

No wonder this nation seems stuck in progress when you have such goons destroying the nation in it's process!

What the hell is UPM gonna do about its criminal students actions?

Sweep it all under the carpet? Not that it's not the norm for the local authorities as we all know.

Let's just wait and see what is gonna take place or are we in for another comatose reaction?

8 comments:

d-a-v-o-r-s said...

agree... shamed on the hooligans students act... somemore in UPM...
and... the headmasters reaction and action on this issue is dissapointed...

and also pity those hooligans...
who i believed being the puppets of some of the authorities...

Dragon City said...

damn shame on them..."Malays are known traditionally as cultured people, full of social courtesy and being polite"...this is damn wrong...they even bully their own race...what is this? a piggy farm??

WTF said...

Congratulation on your unbiased comment considering the students involved were Malay.

I doubt there are many bloggers who are willing to criticise thier own race (people) even though where faults could be determined clearly ( perhaps Raja Petra Kamarudin of Malaysia Today included) .

Keep up the good work.

mahaguru58 said...

To me , it doesn't matter what color your skin is or to which creed you belong.

If I see something not right with a particular person or persons, I will reach out and try to help or advise.

Islam is universal. There are more Chinese Muslims in China than the whole population of Malaysia.

What is race? It's just Almighty Allah's variations of the humanbeings so that we get to learn from each other and not waste our lifes in enmity except maybe those el locos in Tel Aviv who are proving right Allah's condemnation upon them for waging war upon those whose lands they have usurped!

The UPM Malay students are clearly in the wrong here hence my condemnation of them!

To me, every Malaysian is my fellow citizen. If you are right and have a valid cause, my support is with you.

If otherwise, my advice if accepted will always be there failing which I will leave it to the individual to decide.

An amicable win win situation is always my first option, failing which the you do your thing, I do mine is the next choice.

Worse come to worse, if God so decides and we have to be at loggerheads, so be it but that would be my last option.

If push comes to shove, as a man, I'd do the obvious and stand ready to wage battle.

At this late age, however, my choice of battle would naturally be a war of words, failing which, what the hell, let's kick ass and die in glory rather than cower in defeat! :D

Thanks for the comment!

kimosabe said...

Yes..I agree..lets not look this issue as in racial matter but rather who acted maturely and who's abusing the power given to them.The only thing that will prevent this incident from escalating into a big chaos is how the UPM authority is gonna handle this.If these students were given tough punisments then most people will calm down and it will be a lesson for others not to make the same mistake again.Giving a warning just makes me laugh my ass off.I remembered an incident when I was in UM and was the deputy director for a D&D, and some dude went and paste a pig poster and teling me to "burn in hell" on my door.They even throw garbage in front of my dorm room.Its sad that the matter was closed though we caught the culprit.

mahaguru58 said...

That fella had no balls to say it to your face!

Idiots like that exist in all nationalities!

The thing is those dumbos were brave only because they were in large numbers at their own turf!

They wouldn't dare do that if they were in Petaling Street areas would they?

Then it would be a sure case of the shrinking balls!

Damn idiots! The whole lot of them should be penalised like doing community service, etc.

Sweeping the university grounds, cleaning the toilets, etc.

A public apology from them is the right course to take by the UPM administration.

But then again, when have our local authorities ever owned up to their mistakes and apologised in public?

Hah! Wishful thinking!

The Japanese might have considered 'seppuku' or 'harakiri'.

These fellows would 'lari kiri!'

Hehehehehe..useless morons!

jbhlee said...

I visited quite number of blogs especialy those run by the bumiputras to see what they have to say about the UPM episode. I must say that you gave an unbiased observation while the rest was making heros out of those monkeys. Can you imagine asking someone to smell your shoes? It goes beyond human dignity just like in Abu Ghraib.

mahaguru58 said...

Brother Lee,
The majority of the Malays are just as well mannered as the Chinese, the Indians, Sikhs, Eurasians,Orang Asli's, etc.

Just as in any ethnicity present in this wide world. there are those who are not so nice as those UPM students who either went crazy for a while under peer pressure or they are not fit to be there anymore.

In colleges, universities, any educational institution, the tendency is always to be among the 'in' crowd.

The students who misbehaved towards their fellow students albeit from the Chinese ethnicity, are a classic example of mob mentality gone wild.

Individually, these fellas would come across as meek, geeky fellow but with the example and misbehaviour shown by the big goon in the orange T shirt, those geeks morphed into royal assholes and they are guilty of gross indiscipline and criminal intimidation according to the law.

The Chinese students have a right to file reports against them and the law should punish them accordingly.

As far as Mahaguru58 is concerned, every decent Malaysian has my support. Those acting otherwise will see me taking them to task if and when our paths cross.

So, as proven in my case, Muslims are all for fair play and justice. There will be those who do screw up but that should be considered on a case by case basis.

The same goes for all other people and 'faiths'.

To me, skin color is nothing. It is the heart of the individual that matters.

Peace.