The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been gaining international recognition for Malaysia in the Human Rights arena by speaking out against human rights violations of other nations – a stark contrast to what is practised back home by the Home Ministry. A LoyarBurokker in London reports from the anti-ISA protest there.
The LoyarBurok Defence Team (i.e. LoyarBurokkers) is acting for Zunar and Malaysiakini in challenging the recent book bans, and will see Fahri Azzat, Amer Hamzah Arshad, Edmund Bon, Edward Saw, K. Shanmuga and Aston Paiva going toe-to-toe with the Government’s lawyers in an attempt to push the frontiers of YOUR free speech in Malaysia.
Another Worried Student is speaking out against the use of oppressive laws such as the UUCA/AUKU, ISA, and OSA that are used to continuously breed an all-encompassing culture of fear in the minds of the young.
A consideration on local university undergraduates losing their right to be a normal person with the institution of the UUCA/AUKU.
Choong Mek Zhin one of The Star’s brightest prospects has a keen nose for news – that’s why she smelled us. Read about her scintillating discussion with one of my famous founding minions, LoyarBurokker Edmund Bon.
Jottings of an accidental soapbox protagonist at the recent Urbanscapes festival.
Over the course of my life, most of which were spent in Malaysia, I’ve gotten a number of different responses by people whenever I speak of a taboo subject, use coarse language or simply question their beliefs. Let me outline some of the more moronic ones:- I’m Offended by what you just said! Really? Who […]
Pluralism, Tolerance and Broadmindedness I have always revered freedom of expression as a principle. I believe, reverence to it is mandatory for all civilized men and women; anything short of that amounts to ignorance, backwardness and is a sign of an unrefined man. The world needs a multitude of views. I need a multitude of […]
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