Final 15 films of 2010 to look out for. Yes. Merdeka (for Malaya that is, the “real” Merdeka is 16 September!) has come to this. Nothing to shout about. Nothing to “race” but racism. Nothing to “politics” but politicking. Yawn … already a bore, and it’s now a chore. Indulging in film would more likely […]
Nama aku Singh, aku bukan rasis namun hidupku penuh dengan rasisme…
Apakah yang dimaksudkan dengan “hak-hak Melayu” dan dimana termaktubnya hak-hak ini? Adakah ianya adil dan sah sekiranya sesuatu kaum mengapropriasi “hak” yang melebihi daripada apa yang diperuntukan dalam Perlembagaan?
Musings on love, religion, and the Constitution over Penang delicacies – complete with its own soundtrack.
Observations of a Kenyan student in Malaysia on the country – a beautiful nation with beautiful people who live with a stinking political system, institutional rot, and the trouble with the Malay leadership.
Observations of a Kenyan student in Malaysia on the country – a beautiful nation with beautiful people who live with a stinking political system devoid of human good, and the trouble with the Malay leadership.
A Sabahan’ writes about UMNO’s use of “Ketuanan Melayu” in Sabah in a letter that was published in Malaysian Mirror.
You are at the mercy of the system. Do you not want to make sure it is does not oppress you?
Haris Ibrahim is desperately seeking Zul Noordin to be his co-speaker on the “Allah” issue at BUM 2010. However, Zul has not responded to the organisers invitation. LoyarBurok is joining the manhunt for Zul Noordin. Did we mention there is a prize?
Revisiting the topic of Malay rights from one side of the fence but in view of all.
That is what PERKASA means to me and the tubby lard-o who leads it can fuck his little stubbie in his racist gumbo pie. (Please be advised that profanity is used in the article. Lab tests have shown that no animals or children would suffer any physical injuries as a result of being exposed to it.)
LoyarBurok is pleased to reproduce this tat-to-tit response to Dr. Mahathir’s “Kaki Dalam Kasut” written in July 2009 when he brandishes the disgraceful rhetoric that Perkasa uses to intimidate the non-Malay population.
Over the course of my life, most of which were spent in Malaysia, I’ve gotten a number of different responses by people whenever I speak of a taboo subject, use coarse language or simply question their beliefs. Let me outline some of the more moronic ones:- I’m Offended by what you just said! Really? Who […]
The people of Malaysia comprise of three distinctive cultures. Not the Malays, Chinese and Indians.