Thursday, June 26, 2008

Hannah Yeoh: SMKSU Prefects' Reunion

Hannah Yeoh: SMKSU Prefects' Reunion

This is an outrage and an outright shame.

If the establishment is intending to silence us, they are going to lose more states in the next general election. I have many issues with our current education system, but this takes the cake.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

As an ex-teacher, to read what you have written saddens me. This is what Abdullah and his people have created. Monsters, 'jaguh kampung' only brave to threaten young minds who are supposed to be cared and nourished intellectually by them.

These are the same people who preach during classes of transparency, honesty, tolerance, etc, etc, and who, without fail will alway, always have a moral value element cooked up to be written for every lesson plan. 'Cakap tidak serupa bikin' or they are just simply cowards, too afraid even to live up to the very values they preach to their students.

If I were you, I would never miss the re-union. Missing it is confirming what they accuse you of.

My prayers are for you. Keep up the good job!

Anonymous said...

Do what your heart tells you and you won't be wrong. Obviously these so-called teachers are monkeys in disguise meaning they have no gray matter in their heads. It is a private function and if I were you, I will attend regardless of what these monkeys say.

In the meantime, keep up the good work. Politics is a dirty business and you must be prepared for nonsense such as this.

May the good Lord bless you.

Anonymous said...

Hannah,
I am with you all the way. I have been voting anything but BN for as long as I have voted. The trouble started with our madman Mahathir who singlehandedly destroyed the nation.
The education system is abysmal compared to what I received in the 60's and 70's.
Let's boot out these leeches!

Anonymous said...

Hannah,

"No weapon that is fashioned against you shall prosper, and you shall confute every tongue that rise against your judgement....." Isaiah 54:17

Disgusted said...

I am an ex- prefect of SMKSU and had the privilege of working with Hannah for a year or so. It is disapointing to hear that she was denied the oppurtunity to meet with old friends; even more so as she was one of the examplary head prefects. She set the standards high and lead the way for greater things. Shame on the people who have threatened school going kids and teachers into submission. What has our country come to?