Cos you gotta rewind, to free your mind.
King Chai & Syah look at the ramifications of the “flag incident” at PWTC.
A comprehensive post by Amanda Whiting on the Peaceful Assembly Bill.
The continuing electoral roll cleanup, more “beef valley” stench, and tainted KR1M goods.
As is always in cases of NGOs having stated political leanings towards a certain political party, the newly formed KDMM in Sabah can’t escape from the problem of conflicts of interests. And what’s to stop the proliferation of race or ethnic-based associations all claiming they’re ensuring their own interests are taken care of? Something is brewing in Sabah and it’s not Unity.
Daniel J Jambun puts aside finger-pointing and questions the Government’s aversion to using White Paper.
Anwar’s statement from the dock on 22 August 2011.
This week, His Supreme Eminenceness talks about THAT rally.
It seems to NH Chan that Bersih could have sounded the death knell of tyranny.
Bersih was hijacked by Pakatan. Bersih was hijacked by Barisan. Now what?
Berikut adalah rekaan semata-mata. Tidak ada kaitan dengan yang hidup atau yang mati. Kenyataan ini adalah benar dan saya tidak menipu. Saya sumpah, saya tidak menipu. Gambar-gambar ini adalah hiasan semata-mata. Aku terdorong untuk menulis rencana ini, hasil daripada membaca tulisan seorang timbalan menteri di laman sesawang Sang Bintang, sebuah akhbar yang suatu ketika dahulu […]
We demanded free and fair elections. And this was their chosen response.
UMNO’s transformation: Ushering renewal, or the final chapters of its long stint in power?
Why is Barisan Nasional against BERSIH 2.0 and what the Government should have done instead.
Mi casa su casa? Daniel John Jambun reminds the Barisan Nasional that the Rakyat’s hospitality ends when it comes to our money.
The first in a series of letters from LoyarBurokker Pepper Lim, to his daughter Paprika.
Daniel John Jambun outlines 11 major reasons for the poverty levels seen in Sabah & Sarawak.
This paper by the Common Interest Group Malaysia (CigMa) highlights the plight of the 19 million people of Borneo, in particular Sabahans under the Federation of Malaysia. It details the policies and actions of the Government at both Federal and State levels that have led to the marginalisation and disenfranchisement of the natives of Borneo. […]