Mustafa K Anuar had this strange dream the other night. It was of a Malaysia where everything was just the opposite of the current state of affairs in Bolehland.
From what we see in PKR and Gerakan today, there is one thing we can learn: never rely totally on politicians to see through our aspirations for a more socially just Malaysia, says Anil Netto.
As long as the BN government does not take stern action to stem the assaults on national unity, it will remain accused of indifference and of destroying that unity, writes P Ramakrishnan.
All of us are already or in a matter of time going to be hit with a new household bill – neighbourhood security, warns Rani Rasiah.
It is high time that the government thinks ‘out-of–the box’ and explores the notion that Orang Asli progress lies in empowering Orang Asli over their customary lands, says Yogeswaran Subramaniam.
Never assume that Orang Asli are not deserving of their customary lands, says Yogeswaran Subramaniam. Law, human rights, justice and morality demand that we give Orang Asli due respect and recognition of their customary lands.
Can discerning Malaysian citizens be blamed for wondering whether there is any substantive difference between Pastor Terry Jones’s warped sense of religious duty and similar misguided views shared by others on our own shores, asks Yeoh Seng Guan.