It is ironic that people are commended for doing the things they are entitled to.
An observation by the Deputy Minister of Youth & Sports on the Government’s response post-July 9th.
I admire the people who walked on the streets that day.
After the BERSIH rally, what’s our next move?
Wong Chee Mun writes about the aftermath of the events of July 9th. The monumental events of July 9th have since passed but it is certainly wrong to say that the fight is over. The parties involved are still bickering over who was wrong and who was right, while some are just plain fighting for […]
Zhi Wei sings a tribute to the rakyat.
It seems to NH Chan that Bersih could have sounded the death knell of tyranny.
A narrative on what drove me to take part in the Bersih 2.0 rally.
They can’t change me. They can’t change my dreams. They can’t change my desires.
Membersih sambil berdemo.
It was more than a rally. It was a symbol to preserve our constitutional freedoms.
Recounting July 9th moments before my arrest.
It was Friday, 8th of July. Packing lightly, my friend dropped me off at work. I was nervous and excited the whole day as Twitter was buzzing with the main topic being the proposed Bersih 2.0 Rally on the next day. When my working hours were over, I walked from my office to the Bukit […]
The rally can only do so much. We need to continue our journey.
“I’d never shed a tear for my country until I got tear-gassed that day.”
Ahmad Azrai’s inspiring account of 9 July 2011.
Poom, Poom Poom, Poom Poom Poom!
When we all stand as one in numbers, who can be against us?
“Suara rakyat, suara rakyat, suara rakyat laungkan.”
Idzwan pops his yellow-coloured street demo cherry. Peacefully!