My family were invited to a talk about home-schooling at an event organised by KAM, ‘Sembang Santai Home-Schooling’ in Shah Alam yesterday.
Apart from my parents, my elder sisters Aiman Amani and Aeshah Adlina, I was also called to talk on the stage.
Nobody told me that I was going to give a speech, so when I was called to the stage, I was rather surprised.
But as it was my second public speech, I was not that nervous except for the fact that my heart was thumping.
I gave a speech about something that really matters to me, the true definition of Freedom of Speech in Malaysia as written in Article 10 of the Federal Constitution, the four sensitive issues and the Sedition Act.
To my surprise, during the Question and Answer Session, there are lots of questions that were directed to me.
Most of the questions were a bit hard to be answered since I was half nervous because I never thought that the participants would address their questions to me and that I’ve never thought of some of the things that were asked.
However, I tried my best to answer all of them.
It was a proud moment for me when someone who stood up to ask me two questions told the audience that he has been reading my blog.
Abang Mohd Hanif, who has actually been following my blog is also a blogger and I’m glad to get to know another wonderful and more experienced blogger.
During the program, I really enjoyed the wonderful Qasidah that was performed by the delegates from Terengganu.
My sisters and I also performed two songs, Alhamdulillah by Dawud Wharnsby Ali and Khalifah Song, which we only had a day to practice.
I really wished that my father had told us earlier about it so that we can have more time to practice.
Right after the program was over, a lot of people started to crowd around me to take pictures with me 🙂
I really enjoyed the program and the chance to meet so many wonderful people and I hope that I can meet them again.
I want to thank KAM for giving me a chance to share my ideas.
It is a good way to for me to learn on how to express my ideas in front of other people and to answer unexpected questions spontaneously which are very important to me in pursuing my ambition to become a lawyer and a politician.
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I was very excited to read a post entitled, ‘Yes, he is 10 years old‘ on Aunty Helen Ang’s blog today.
Thank you, Aunty Helen, you made my day 😉
Actually after I suscribed to her blog, Aunty Helen wrote a post entitled, ‘Announcement’, advising her readers not to use bad language because a 10-year-old boy reads her blog.
I guess some people do not really like the idea and some thought that Aunty Helen was joking and so they sent her all kinds of comments.
There are people who said that politic is not suitable for kids and the weird part is when some of them don’t even believe that I or my blog really exist 😆
And my big sisterAeshah Adlina wrote this post to prove that I’m a real person.
My big sisters and I like writing and we write a lot, last year we took part in a U.S. writing challenge called National Writing Month or NaNoWriMo where we need to complete a story with a given minimum words in just one month.
I need to work very hard and at last I was able to complete a 20,000 words novella on November 22, 2013 which was 8 days before the dateline.
I begged my father to let me start my own blog when I was 5 years old; and I promised him that I’ll work hard and that I’ll always write new posts.
Now, blogging is something like a schoolwork for me, and I need to write properly, sometimes I have to rewrite the posts and I can only publish my post after my mother says it is okay 🙂
I write mostly about things that I like, for example politics, news, nature, art and others but sometimes I was given a topic to write such as to write a post using one of the idioms and phrases that I learned as the title, so I wrote, Bersih 3.0 Violence – The End Justifies The Means?
By the way, I also write poems, stories and political comics.
I’m very lucky to have the chance to meet and speak to lots of wonderful people including politicians and I learned a lot from them.
Some PR supporters sent me rude comments using words that I’ve never heard and could not understand.
Last night I received the below comment on one of my post, ‘Selangor’s MB Must Obey The Sultan Or Resign – Naser Disa‘- I guess some people just like to blame others because the article has nothing to do with PERKASA and Uncle Naser Disa is and was not a member of PERKASA.
It is very funny how PR leaders and supporters really hate PERKASA and blamed PERKASA for everything.
My parents are not members of PERKASA but I always meet and talk to Uncle Zul of PERKASA during talks and seminars 🙂
And I also have photos with Datuk Ibrahim Ali, this photo was taken by Uncle Jinggo at the Istana Kehakiman Putrajaya.
Tan Sri Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah is my grandfather’s old friend, they met in England long, long time ago.
And last but not least …
I was a big fan of Anwar Ibrahim (please click for more photos 🙂 )years ago but after what happened during BERSIH 3, I changed my mind.
My big sister’s, Aeshah Adlina Weblog received an ‘interesting’ comment from ‘PKR 4 the win’ on her post, “Pakatan’s new Malaysia flag: Not a copycat? Turning Malaysia to a Republic?”
‘PKR 4 the win’ submitted this comment at 10:53 pm on 2013/04/25:
“President Soekarno was right when he said that malaysia is a country without ideology and identity.
There was no revolution and no struggle for independence in malaysia. The country was not created by the people, it was created by a deal between britain and sultans.
Malaysia does not have a state ideology and no real constitution. This country exclusively consists of deals and compromises. (just like that american style flag)
This injust corrupt monarchist regime can not survive if the people get a certain level of education and access to independent information.
It is just a matter of time until malaysia becomes a democratic republic, because even the brain of the most stupid conservative racist religious idiot will at some point develop if the general level of education rises.
weapon of BN: fear, racism and stupidity
weapon of PKR: education, information and justice”
“President Soekarno was right when he said that malaysia is a country without ideology and identity.”
First Soekarno was a leftist that supported socialist and communism ideologies.
Wikipedia says that:
“The early 1960s saw Sukarno veering Indonesia to the left by providing support and protection to the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) at the expense of the military and Islamists. He also embarked on a series of aggressive foreign policies under the rubric of anti-imperialism, with aid from Soviet Union and China.”
It is wrong for Soekarno to say that Malaysian has no ideology and identity.
I think Soekarno said that just because he did not agree with Malaysia’s political systems because Malaysia never and until today does not believe in socialism and communism.
“Malaysia does not have a state ideology and no real constitution. This country exclusively consists of deals and compromises. (just like that american style flag)”
Uncle Naser Disa taught me that Malaysia is an Islamic country and Malaysia has a very strong Federal Constitution that protects the people and the rights of the King and Sultans to protect Islam as the religion of the country.
I wonder if the commenter ever study our Federal Constitution before commenting.
Regarding, “just like that american style flag”; does it means that the commenter is against the Malaysian flag, ‘Jalur Gemilang’?
And does that means that the commenter is admitting that PKR and its allies want to change the Malaysian flag to a new flag which they called ‘Sang Saka Malaya’?
Those people accused that ‘Jalur Gemilang’ is similar to the flag of the United States but can’t they see that their ‘Sang Saka Malaya’ is almost the same as the Singaporean and the Indonesian flag?
The design of Sang Saka Malaya is also similar to the design and colours of socialist and the communist flags.
The commenter also complained and not happy about the monarch.
Complaining about the monarch means that the commenter wants Malaysia to be a republic country because without the king, Malaysia will become a republic country, and even a secular country which Malaysia is not and never has been.
According to a very senior lawyer, Hj Mahamad Naser bin Disa, the word secular doesn’t exist in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia; and the Article 3 (1) says that:
“Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation.”
In fact judge Tun Salleh Abbas said that Malaysia only uses secular rules and not a secular country so that means the commenter is against the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
“It is just a matter of time until malaysia becomes a democratic republic”.
Time for Malaysia to become a democratic and republic country?
Thank you to the commenter for showing the true colours of PKR.
Now the cat is out of the bag, the commenter has revealed PKR’s big secret that is PKR does not want the king and is after a revolution or ‘Malaysian Spring’ to turn Malaysia into a left wings, secular, republic country that supports the same ideas as Soekarno.
Pecah tembelang PKR, dah terbongkarlah rahsia PKR.
The commenter also wrote:
“weapon of PKR: education, information and justice”
If PKR is fair, how can CheguBard said that he was tricked by PKR leader, Dato’ Seri Anwar bin Ibrahim as was recorded in a video? Please click here for the video
And how can a person speaks about justice in PKR when PKR leaders lied about their dreams to change our Federal Constitution and to turn Malaysia into a secular and a republic country?
Can a cheater or liar talks about JUSTICE?
And I also wonder why this commenter and PKR’s leaders, members and supporters love revolutions, wars and violence that they think all countries need revolutions and bloodsheds to be a great country?