TO WHICH Magnitude WOULD THE IDEA OF KESBAN BE STILL
RELEVANTIN THE ENTIRE YEAR 2020? DISCUSS
The acronym KESBAN is the mixture of two Malay words which is are a symbol of 'Keselamatan dan Pembangunan' or security/defence and development. KESBAN defined as the sum total of measures undertaken by all federal government agencies to safeguard and strengthen the society from subversion, lawlessness and insurgency. It had been released officially by the overdue Primary Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein in 1971 when the Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) became a major source of concern and exasperation to the government anticipated to insecure environment created by the CPM.
For century now, modern societies have seen the emergence of xenophobia and racism. Many countries have observed the go up of new political parties defending conservative and xenophobic ideologies like the Front National in France and the Freedom Get together of Austria. Racism could be thought as the assumption that cultural group makes up about differences in individual personality or competence, and a particular competition is above others; and it includes xenophobia. According to the UNESCO, an agency of the United Nations, xenophobia "comes from the Greek dialect" which is the "attitudes, prejudices and behaviour that reject, exclude and frequently vilify persons, predicated on the perception they are outsiders or foreigners to the community, society or national id" (www. unesco. org).