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Planning A Protest: A Personal Perspective

Planning A Protest: A Personal Perspective

Cassandra’s takeaway lessons from the Walk4PeaceNFreedom London.

Is it morally right to break unjust laws?

Is it morally right to break unjust laws?

Perem Segar ponders whether civil disobedience can be justified.

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Burning Foreign Flags is Expression

Burning Foreign Flags is Expression

A critique of the proposed section 121E(1) of the Penal Code

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Sow the Seeds of Radicalism

Sow the Seeds of Radicalism

Justine reads Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”.

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Dear Paprika: Why There’s A Big Hoo Hah After GE13

Dear Paprika: Why There’s A Big Hoo Hah After GE13

Pepper Lim explains to his little girl why the Opposition refuses to let sleeping dogs lie.

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Confessions of an Alleged Neutralist Who Lacks Conviction

Confessions of an Alleged Neutralist Who Lacks Conviction

JoFan Pang shares his thoughts on the current post-GE13 kerfuffle.

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Police violence – a damper?

Police violence – a damper?

An actual witnessing of brutality, and its after-effects on one’s emotions.

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Not in my name

Not in my name

What drove a middle-aged protest virgin to march against the Iraq War?

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How Protest Made Me A Malaysian

How Protest Made Me A Malaysian

Is living in fear a Malaysian Way of Life?

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Dilemmas Of A Young Malaysian Abroad

Dilemmas Of A Young Malaysian Abroad

After three years studying abroad, ideals fade, hope dwindles and one is faced with the omnipotent question: to return home or not to return home?

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