Saturday, June 06, 2009

Dato' Seri, jika PPSMI diteruskan, BN akan kalah!


"Dato' Seri, jika PPSMI diteruskan, BN akan kalah!" kata-kata ini pernah disampaikan oleh rombongan GAPENA yang pernah menemui PM bagi membantah perlaksanaan PPSMI. Ini seperti mana yang diberitahu oleh Prof. Dato' Dr. Abdul Latiff Abu Bakar kepada para penulis muda Malaysia ketika merasmikan penutupan Perhimpunan Penulis Muda Malaysia (PPMN) 2009 di Melaka baru-baru ini.

Perhimpunan penulis muda yang berlangsung selama 3 hari 2 malam itu sebulat suara menolak perlaksanaan PPSMI ini dalam resolusi yang disampaikan dalam majlis penutup perhimpunan tersebut. Tentang ini juga, boleh dibaca lanjut dalam tulisan H Fansuri yang turut menjadi pembentang di PPMN 2009 di Harakahdaily.net berjudul Himpunan penulis muda bantah keras PPSMI.

Hingga kini, kata-kata yang disampaikan oleh Dr. Latiff itu masih jelas terngiang-ngiang di telinga saya, "Dato' Seri, jika PPSMI diteruskan, BN akan kalah!" Dan ia akan terus terngiang-ngiang hinggalah PRU-13 pada tahun 2012 atau 2013 nanti.

Salman Sulaiman
MS Computer Centre,
Machang, Kelantan.
6 Jun 2009, Sabtu.

4 comments:

D'Rimba said...

Kita kuburkan teruslah payah amat untuk faham...............

Oh Me said...

ye BN akan kalah!!! hidup DAP!!!

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