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Apocalypse begins

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Dealing with the current madness will not be easy or comfortable, predicts Soothsayer. So, evaluate yourselves and gauge the strength of your will power...

Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad

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With all that is happening around us, we may well ask, what is happening to this country of ours? Could Euripedes have been right...

Jaundiced Justice!

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To postpone the hearing of the habeas corpus applications by the PSM six who have been detained without trial under the Emergency Ordinance 1969...

Seeds of Bersih in Patto’s last speech

The last speech by the late opposition stalwart P Patto in 1995 contained the seeds of the call for electoral reform, which has since...

Anti-Bersih 2.0 media propaganda fails to fool rakyat

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It is time the authorities deal with the root causes of the people's grievances over the electoral process instead of indulging in propaganda that...

An open letter to Pope Benedict XVI

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Martin Jalleh hopes that Pope Benedict XVI will not allow Najib to politicise the papacy and use his visit to the Vatican as a...

PSM 6: For the good of all – the sacrifice of a few

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May we please allow those who work for the good of others to continue doing that? Dr Kumar, Chon Kai, Saras, Babu, Letchu...

Justice for Jeyakumar!

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Alas, the Government got more than it bargained for when trying to banish Berish into oblivion, writes Martin Jalleh. Najib leads the nation forward...

How can it be?

A poem by Prema Devaraj dedicated to the PSM 6 detained under the Emergency Ordinance. How can it be … That rapists, murderers, drug dealers,...

To the magistrates of Malaysia

Detained Member of Parliament Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj wrote this message before 10 July 2011 during his ongoing detention. I hope some of you will...

‘No’ to Bersih, ‘Yes’ to Kotor?

Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says "Bersih" is still illegal. What about "Kotor", wonders Curi-cuci Malaysia. Prior to the announcement that the Bersih 2.0...

Questions, questions and more questions

Tota comes up with a list of questions that people abroad have often asked about Malaysia and Malaysian politicians. A group of us who...

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