Francis Loh envisages an emerging struggle between the New Politics, which crosses ethno-religious boundaries, and the Old Politics of racism, cronyism, and widening socio-economic disparities.
With Pakatan coming to power in a few states, many youths have become interested in politics. This gives Francis Loh hope that the youth will be able to usher in a New Politics.
Aliran commends the Penang state government for extending constituency allocations to each of the 10 BN Aduns.
BFM Radio recently spoke to Francis Loh about the origins, deprivations and legacy of the mass rural resettlement programmes of 1948 and how it shaped the way we live today in Malaysia.
A whole new generation of young Malaysians who identify themselves with more than Malaysia’s lovely food has arisen. They hopefully will usher in an era of New Politics, observes Francis Loh.
Mahathir’s advice that laws should not be easily amended sounds a bit rich coming from someone who did not hesitate to amend laws when he was in charge, observes Francis Loh.
Minister Paul Low must learn the facts about the EAIC to which he has urged the family of death in custody victim N Dharmendran to lodge a report, says Francis Loh.
Who are the so-called 1Malaysia Penang Welfare Club and 1Malaysia Brothers Club organising free concerts, dinners and lucky draws in Penang, wonders Francis Loh.
Francis Loh urges us to cast aside our fears and go for change. After all, it is the rakyat who hold our society together and will safeguard Malaysia’s future.
Radio Free Malaysia interviews Francis Loh, who dissects the BN’s failure in keeping up with the people’s aspirations for non-racial politics.