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Racial Unity: Where We Fail

Racial Unity: Where We Fail

An honest look at where Malaysia and her citizens have failed when it comes to racial unity.

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Kalau Melayu

Kalau Melayu

Nama aku Singh, aku bukan rasis namun hidupku penuh dengan rasisme…

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Omong Dusta “Hak Melayu”

Omong Dusta “Hak Melayu”

Apakah yang dimaksudkan dengan “hak-hak Melayu” dan dimana termaktubnya hak-hak ini? Adakah ianya adil dan sah sekiranya sesuatu kaum mengapropriasi “hak” yang melebihi daripada apa yang diperuntukan dalam Perlembagaan?

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My Name is Singh

My Name is Singh

Musings on love, religion, and the Constitution over Penang delicacies – complete with its own soundtrack.

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A Letter from Sabah: The Extending Sphere of Ketuanan Melayu

A Letter from Sabah: The Extending Sphere of Ketuanan Melayu

A Sabahan’ writes about UMNO’s use of “Ketuanan Melayu” in Sabah in a letter that was published in Malaysian Mirror.

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Loh shee fun? So racist!

Loh shee fun? So racist!

Is “loh shee fun” food first or of Chinese origin first? Two friends hash it out, mediated by liberal with no Asian values.

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We, the Non-Malays

We, the Non-Malays

Revisiting the topic of Malay rights from one side of the fence but in view of all.

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PERKASA = Public ERectile dysfunction “K”rackhead junkie whore ASShole-itis Association

That is what PERKASA means to me and the tubby lard-o who leads it can fuck his little stubbie in his racist gumbo pie. (Please be advised that profanity is used in the article. Lab tests have shown that no animals or children would suffer any physical injuries as a result of being exposed to it.)

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Surat Terbuka kepada Dr.M: “Kaki Dalam Kasut” (atau dalam mulut?)

Surat Terbuka kepada Dr.M: “Kaki Dalam Kasut” (atau dalam mulut?)

LoyarBurok is pleased to reproduce this tat-to-tit response to Dr. Mahathir’s “Kaki Dalam Kasut” written in July 2009 when he brandishes the disgraceful rhetoric that Perkasa uses to intimidate the non-Malay population.

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Hak Melayu Terhakis? (Bhgn 2)

Satu pihak melaungkan perkara 153 sebagai “hak Melayu” yang “tidak boleh dicabar”; pihak yang lain pula menuduh perkara 153 sebagai “tongkat Melayu” seolah-olah ia sesuatu yang harus dimalukan. Kedua-dua pendirian sedemikian tidak membantu ke arah memahami Perkara 153 mahupun ke arah melaksanakannya dengan cara yang menguntungkan Negara.

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Hak Melayu Terhakis? (Bhgn 1)

Benarkah hak Melayu dicabar dan terhakis? Hak yang mana? Oleh siapa? Bagaimana ia berlaku, jika ianya berlaku? Atau adakah semua ini dongeng orang politik yang mahu memperalatkan orang Melayu untuk melanjutkan karier politik mereka?

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UN Minorities Forum: Will it do any good?

UN Minorities Forum: Will it do any good?

The final instalment, where the cynical writer finds that maybe he did not waste him 3 days in Geneva.

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UN Minorities Forum: What about Judges?

Malaysians making oral interventions on the Judiciary again. No amusing repetitions of “correct, correct, correct” this time, though.

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UN Minorities Forum: Malaysian Oral Interventions

The oral interventions at the United Nations by our intrepid Malaysian duo cause some excitement.

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UN Minorities Forum: Malaysians in Geneva

UN Minorities Forum: Malaysians in Geneva

Was the UN Minorities Forum held in Geneva in November 2009 useful or just set piece theatre? K Shanmuga attended, and this is Part 1 of his report.

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Chin Peng: A Question of Honour

Chin Peng: A Question of Honour

I happened to be in Bangkok a fortnight ago where Mr B. H. Ong or better known as Chin Peng was being interviewed by some members of the Malaysian and Singapore Press. It became an opportunity to meet and converse with a historic figure, now at the age of 85. He was cordial and responded […]

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Chin Peng: The Heart of the Dispute

The issue of Chin Peng recently cropped up again. For the second time running, the court blocks an attempt to have Chin Peng’s side of the story litigated. Hanif Omar and Rahim Noor are divided. Now, let us go back to some basics, and you decide for yourself:

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Aku dan PerlembagaanKu

Jawatankuasa Undang-Undang Perlembagaan, Majlis Peguam telah melancarkan “Kempen PerlembagaanKu” baru-baru ini untuk mendidik rakyat Malaysia dan menyebarkan ilmu berkenaan Perlembagaan Persekutuan kita. Mengapakah pengetahuan berkenaan Perlembagaan amat penting? Baru-baru ini saya menghadiri satu mesyuarat dengan sebuah badan silat iaitu sebuah badan bukan kerajaan (NGO). Antara agenda yang dibincangkan adalah mengenai status ahli yang akan menghadiri […]

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Aku, S dan beberapa gelas minuman

Malam itu aku bercadang untuk membawa kereta ke car wash yang berdekatan. Sudah tiga minggu aku tidak basuh kerata. Mataku sakit melihat tompok-tompok kotor di badan keretaku. Aku menelefon S (bukan nama sebenar) dan mengajaknya menemani aku sambil menunggu keretaku dibasuh. Malang bagiku, car wash yang ingin aku kunjungi sudahpun tutup. Aku membuat keputusan untuk […]

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Tidak, Melayu tidak bacul!

Tidak, Melayu tidak bacul!

Sekiranya matlamat Utusan Malaysia adalah untuk membangkitkan kemarahan orang ramai dengan menyiarkan rencana bertajuk “Melayu jangan jadi bacul” tulisan Noor Azam, maka akhbar tersebut telah berjaya mencapai matlamatnya. Rencana tersebut telah membuatkan saya begitu marah sehinggalah saya menyumpah dan mencela skrin komputer saya.

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