MCCHR and GMI’s views on the planned repeal of the ISA.
Existing laws can cater for national security offences.
Pemansuhan ISA itu bukan pemansuhan mutlak tanpa bersyarat; kerajaan bakal memperkenalkan dua akta baru.
Marcus calls on all of us to reclaim Malaysia.
The spirit lives on.
We’re a backwater nation living in the shadow of what our nation can aspire to be.
Ms Boo Su-Lyn, in our definitive music column, White Noise, debuts on LoyarBurok with a lyrical review of MyConstitution’s (superb, first-of-its-kind album, period, no doubt about it) “Radio Demokratika”. Is there any reason not to get it even if there is some “forgettable rock mish-mash”?
Lim Wei Jiet writes about how the law has been abused to become a tool for some.
A report on Ops PISANG by LoyarBurokker Pei Ling, which first appeared in the Selangor Times Issue 18, 1-3 April 2011.
A reflection from the LoyarBurok retreat in Malacca, on 26 & 27 February 2011. This post was first published in The Star.
An underground report from the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) Public Forum, which was held below ground level at London’s Holiday Villa Hotel on 12 December 2010.
LoyarBurok’s 10 wishes for 2011, as voted by LoyarBurokkers.
LoyarBaca‘s first publication Perak: A State of Crisis (PASOC) has been a runaway hit and will soon be in Malaysia’s major bookstores through leading indie, activist distributor, Pak Chong’s GerakBudaya. We have sold out copies at hand for the moment (second impressions are on the way), but you may purchase them directly from GerakBudaya here. […]
Following the anti-ISA demonstrations in August, another anti-ISA protest took place in London on Saturday, 30 October. Recounting the August event, a LoyarBurokker in London reminds us why all of us should continue denouncing the ISA.
This year is the 23rd anniversary of mass arrests and detentions using the dreaded Internal Security Act -106 Malaysians under Operation Lalang and 22 Singaporeans under Operation Spectrum. To re-examine this significant era, two books by ex-ISA detainees will be launched this evening.
Malaysia Day at LoyarBurok continues with our 5th runner, a duo from Sarawak that uncovers this conversation that has been taking place and only getting louder as Malaysia celebrates its 47th year of nationhood. Is your voice a part of this?
Is it justifiable if the Government were to use the ISA or Sedition Act on the likes of Ridhuan Tee and Ibrahim Ali? Should we laud such an action?
Drinking alcohol is ultimately an art in itself – to be able to handle your drink; to consume to be merry and yet to at all times preserve your self respect and dignity – that must never be lost and you must never encourage anyone to lose it either. Ever. That is unfortunately not what I saw last tnight.