received a forwarded email today which says the below:
Therefore, I as the Head of Graduates of University of Malaya would like to advice all our fellow graduates of University of Malaya to combine forces and prepare ourselves together with all the necessary knowledge and preparation before we continue our fight in the actual battle field. This advice implies mainly to our Malay Graduates. We must treasure the sacrifices made by our ancestors which tried so hard to ensure that Tanah Melayu (Malay Land) is free from the intrusion of alien races. We must not fall into the category of those who forgets their roots until they will be taken over by other races. Graduates must prove themselves that we are capable and the best choice to take over the throne of governing the country in the future. This implies with the theme of MPMUM Progressive, Dynamic, Professional. There is nothing more important that can compared to our always-sensitive and improving Graduates. I also would like to advice all Malay Graduates to prepare ourselves in facing all sorts of unpredicted challenges that may occur in near future, relating to the rise of our fellow citizens, in particular to the non-Malay races. Don't let ourselves slack and allow our 'enemies under the blankets to attack us' (direct translation from the Malay idiom). Don't allow our Malaysia to fall into the hands of those who are irrelevant.
apparently this is a letter signed and approved by MU, attached in the mail was a picture of that letter and an enlarged version on the signature.
i dont know how true is this, because i do not believe in forwarded emails.
but looking at the circumstances and things that are happening in Malaysia
i cant help but to believe
it truly saddens me
i remember back in NZ, i always tell myself, that no matter where i am and how long i am away, i will go back to my country, to serve and to give back.
because i hold onto the believe that no one else will love me like my mother do
no country will accept me like Malaysia do
and i remember an interview not long ago, asking me what makes me proud of Malaysia.
no doubt, it was the multi cultural which makes our languages, food and life style so unique.
whenever people introduce about Malaysia
they will always mention the fact we are able to live in harmony even with the different races
but now...what has happened?
even the government has to take that one thing that makes Msia so unique
wat more can we be proud of now?