As far as Andrew Voon’s concerned, Sarawak’s where you can still find the true essence of what’s Malaysia – acceptance, living together and respecting each other – alive and thriving. And if West Malaysia wants to forget that, then that’s its problem. Just don’t drag us East Malaysians down that narrow path with it.
Tan Shang Neng rants against the powers that be, in despair for the youth of a country devoid of Hope. He cries out for a beacon to guide this country back to its true path.
Vern Lee has no problem if his Prime Minister was gay, bi, transgender or whatever.
John Ling remembers the people whom Malaysia has forgotten
The Malaysian Singh speaks about his loyalty to the Institution of The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, our foremost symbol of unity. Takes a swipe at the United Malays National Organisation and suggests a national identity.
Continuing his series on popular misconceptions about what the Constitution does or doesn’t provide, Andrew Yong looks at the question of dual nationality and the British connection.
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.
A singalong on Malaysian politics.
Mengapa universiti-universiti awam tempatan Malaysia tidak berada dalam tangga 200 universiti terbaik dunia?
In his debut for LoyarBurok, Azzat Kamaludin allows us to reproduce the full text of his speech that was delivered at the 5th National Congress on Integrity (organised as part of We Are Malaysia) at UCSI University held on Malaysia Day – 16 September 2010.
A consideration on local university undergraduates losing their right to be a normal person with the institution of the UUCA/AUKU.
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.
A Sabahan’ writes about UMNO’s use of “Ketuanan Melayu” in Sabah in a letter that was published in Malaysian Mirror.
Who is bending over – Anwar or the criminal justice system?
Benarkah hak Melayu dicabar dan terhakis? Hak yang mana? Oleh siapa? Bagaimana ia berlaku, jika ianya berlaku? Atau adakah semua ini dongeng orang politik yang mahu memperalatkan orang Melayu untuk melanjutkan karier politik mereka?
Syahredzan Johan menjawab hujah yang dikemukakan oleh Badan Bertindak Penyatuan Ummah berkenaan dengan Perlembagaan Persekutuan, kewarganegaraan dan ketuanan Melayu.
It seems to me, Malaysian leaders don’t care about their credibility, once they reach the level of leadership. It seems to me, Malaysian leaders are thick and will go against their very own words, just to stay in power.
The last 48 hours in Malaysia saw the power of democracy. At MCA’s EGM on October 10, 2009, Ong Tee Keat was knocked out by a no-confidence motion; but Chua Soi Lek was not reinstated as Deputy (though re-admitted as member). Just a few hours ago, Mr money-politic Mohd Isa Samad won the Bagan Pinang […]
Amazing?! For the 2nd time in a row, UMNO chooses a candidate tainted with corruption. They chose Rohaizat Othman at the recent by-election at Permatang Pasir. Rohaizat was disbarred as a lawyer for misusing clients’ funds.