To our relief, the Parliament has finally been dissolved and the election date has been set. Enjoy the few weeks of freedom while you can. For the past five years, the people have been subordinate to the leaders; for now, the leaders are subordinate to the people.
An educated ‘rakyat’ is not in favour of voting blindly
Voters should be taught to know and understand their electoral candidates and the issues
The fate of the upcoming general elections lies in the fabulous hands of the minorities
Let’s Rise Above Whingers and Armchair Critics
Media release by UndiMsia! on 12 September 2011.
This week, Lord Bobo tells you the difference between MPs and ADUNs, and pimps UndiMsia!
After the BERSIH rally, what’s our next move?
This week, His Supreme Eminenceness talks about the qualities of a good lawyer, and why you should vote.
An email which Lord Bobo recently received from Ana Gella Opong, from the Philippines.
This post was originally an entry in the author’s blog, and was translated for the blawg by Gi Gyn Tiu.
A post about the first-of-its-kind UndiMalaysia! campaign, which appeared in the Selangor Times, Issue 25, 20-22 May 2011.
Repot Ops PISANG oleh OrangGilak kegemaran kita.
From the Selangor Times Issue 19, 8-10 April 2011. This week, His Supreme Eminenceness ponders bread-butter-and-kaya-issues, and affirmative action. JyeaH!
A report on Ops PISANG by LoyarBurokker Pei Ling, which first appeared in the Selangor Times Issue 18, 1-3 April 2011.
This week, Ask Lord Bobo tells you whether you should vote based on person, party, or policy. And what would His Supreme Eminenceness do if elected as Prime Minister of Malaysia?
On the 19th of March, 2011, the LoyarBurok Centre will be officially launched in Bangsar. Please join us for this inaugural event! There will be live music performances featuring songs from Radio Demokratika. Details of event will soon follow – keep an eye on the blawg. In the meantime, Long Seh Lih tells us what […]