Is the Election Commission going to launch a state-wide clean-up of the state’s electoral lists after the release of the inquiry report on Sabah immigration, wonders W H Cheng.
Category: 2014 TA Online
Thinking Allowed Online is an avenue for writers including non-Aliran members to express themselves on current issues. The views expressed need not necessarily reflect Aliran’s official position.
How can we promote tolerance, let alone unity, when certain people subscribe to doctrines that ask them to hate, says Abdul Rashid Hanafi.
Everyone has the right to critise, but they do NOT have the right to be intolerant, promote hate and call for violence, writes Abdul Rashid Hanafi.
What have the migrants (regardless of legal status) got to do with a disaster resulting from thoughtless, environmentally unfriendly development, asks Angeline Loh.
You have successfully driven more voters away from Umno and BN into the arms of Pakatan, says P Ramakrishnan.
Trying to prevent the assimilation of other cultures is our loss, as we would fail to appreciate the uniqueness of each culture and the resulting richness of their marriage, observes Authentic Penang.
It is a moral obligation for everyone of us who cares about human liberties to speak out and condemn doctrines that advocate hatred, writes Abdul Rashid Hanafi.
The anger and apathy towards foreign workers for no valid reason is bewildering, says Nicholas Chan.