- Call for return of civility, reason and rationality in public discourse and an end to any form of racial or religious slurs in public domain particularly on the social media and Internet
- Seeing the back of Musa: An answer to a prayer
- Revisiting the Bumiputera corporate equity issue
- No place for God?
- Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em
- Why double standards against Namewee, questioned for over 10 hours, for his anti-racist outburst as compared to treatment for the two errant school principals?
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 10:06 PM PDT
The rise and frequency of instances of racial and religious slurs in the public domain particularly on the social media and the Internet must be a matter of grave concern to all Malaysians. All right-thinking Malaysians regardless of political affiliation should join hands to call and work for a return of civility, reason and rationality [...]
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 07:46 PM PDT
By Tunku Abdul Aziz I hardly ever receive presents because, I suppose, I rarely ever give any. I do not even bother to celebrate my own birthday; it comes and goes completely unnoticed. When on the odd occasion I do receive a present for delivering an anti-corruption and ethical governance speech, I treasure it even [...]
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 06:53 PM PDT
By Lim Teck Ghee More than five years have passed since the Asli corporate study report revealed that Bumiputera ownership of corporate equity in the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange had exceeded the 30 per cent target. The study's findings of a 45 per cent Bumiputera share were based on a different method of measurement compared [...]
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 06:39 PM PDT
By Thomas Lee Professor Stephen William Hawking, the author of the 1988 runaway world best seller A Brief History of Time, has declared the dreadful finality that there is no place for God in theories on the creation of the Universe. Britain’s most famous theoretical physicist and cosmologist had asserted previously that a belief in [...]
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 04:08 AM PDT
By Tunku Abdul Aziz What a charade. And what tragic depths of professional incompetence the recent resumption of the coroner's inquiry into the death of Teoh Beng Hock had demonstrated for the world to see. There is a lot to laugh at in Najib's 1Malaysia, but sadly for all the wrong reasons. As an observer, [...]
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 01:58 AM PDT
Four questions need to be asked in the Nameweek's "Nah" videoclip controversy. Firstly, is the three-minute video "Nah" uploaded on YouTube by rapper Wee Meng Chee better known as Namewee seditious? I would say no. Secondly, is the video racist? I would also say no, unless an anti-racist response has also become "racist" in the [...]
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