Monday, 19 February 2018


41. Memali - a democracy in rubbles
(Jati Diri/Here and Now)
... Buddhism, but we will be infidels if we say politic is a quarter and religion is a quarter.” Hadi Awang was, and still is, a brilliant and fiery orator. His was a potent mixture of oratorical ...
Sunday, 22 November 2009
42. We're off: The Penang Roadshow
(Pictures/Tale in Ten)
... espoused oneness in the basic tenets of all religions.   Law professor Dr Azmi Sharom came down hard on misreadings of the Federal Constitution. Ketuanan Melayu and the claim that Malaysia is an ...
Saturday, 21 November 2009
43. Weed out racists, not ignore them
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... was all in the past. Or so we like to believe.   Today, as civilised people, we are expected to accept the diversity of races, cultures and religions.   Racism is taboo in the modern world, more ...
Thursday, 05 November 2009
44. Selayang Sundays
(Pictures/Tale in Ten)
... come forth and make exclusive sectarian demands for itself and at the expense of the rest of the nation. "While Malaysia’s race and religion-based lobby groups have been calling for their own specific ...
Monday, 26 October 2009
45. 10 ways to 1Malaysia
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... based on race, language and religion. Quotas and contracts, jobs and education, equity stakes – all of these are being split up on the basis of race with political parties representing, basically, races. ...
Saturday, 24 October 2009
46. A Constitution of Consensus
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... We are a coming together of communities, cultures, traditions and religions unlike anything anywhere else.  It is not in political sloganeering or in tourist jingos that we find our special nature. We ...
Friday, 16 October 2009
47. The real 1Malaysia
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... in this nation based on race and religion, there will be no end to it. Laws and regulations must not recognise skin colour. Race-based politics have infiltrated our society so much so that for things ...
Friday, 09 October 2009
48. The Civil Service and Politics
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
... experience which is required of the job. That is in theory. In practice, however, there may be instances of abuse where candidates of certain race, religion, creed or breed who got the job instead of the ...
Wednesday, 07 October 2009
49. The multicultural question
(Compass Points/Current Affairs)
   Ever felt that Malaysians need to get out more and mix with people from other races and religions?   First published in The Nut Graph by Ding Jo-Ann   Ever felt that ...
Tuesday, 06 October 2009
"...None". That word completes the message of the banner stretching beyond the width of the picture. True to the poor crop, it also captures the difficulties faced by the religious group who displayed ...
Sunday, 27 September 2009
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