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The National Unity Consultative Council: Is It Any Good?

The National Unity Consultative Council: Is It Any Good?

Daniel Teoh lists practical recommendations for the National Unity Consultative Council.

Can We Start All Over Again?

Can We Start All Over Again?

Aida Anuar has a plea for Malaysia Day.

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Tanda Putera: It’s Not All that Bad

Tanda Putera: It’s Not All that Bad

Helena Michael watches and reviews the controversial Tanda Putera and comes back with unexpected insight.

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What Does Unity Mean to LoyarBurokkers?

What Does Unity Mean to LoyarBurokkers?

TimeOut asked some minions what unity means to them.

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Race and the Ordinary Malaysian

Race and the Ordinary Malaysian

Vivegavalan V. Valu has hope for Malaysia in its quest for racial harmony and acceptance.

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Why We Travel

Why We Travel

Aerie Rahman discusses travelling as a means and as an end.

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Election Stupor

Election Stupor

An exploration on the subject of unity

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[LoyarFaCai Special] And They Were Dragons

[LoyarFaCai Special] And They Were Dragons

On Bosses who are scarily dragon but humanly inspiring.

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Can Malaysia Achieve True Democracy without Solidarity? (Part 1)

Can Malaysia Achieve True Democracy without Solidarity? (Part 1)

Unity and its place in today’s struggle for democracy.

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A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

A Critique of 1Malaysia: The Universal Conscience (4 of 5)

The forth part of the critique focuses on the exploitation of post-political tsunami effects (so called ‘Collective Common Sense’), that gradually brings about the relevance of 1Malaysia as a notion to redefine the already defined but left unsettled, to re-evaluate the already evaluated but left unselected, to promise again the desired needs that are left unmet.

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Daulat Tuanku!

Daulat Tuanku!

The Malaysian Singh speaks about his loyalty to the Institution of The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, our foremost symbol of unity. Takes a swipe at the United Malays National Organisation and suggests a national identity.

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: The Effects of Collective Common Sense (3 of 5)

How will the collective common sense affect our social condition when they linger over the populace?

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: Self-Contained Stupefaction (2 of 5)

The social condition that gave rise to 1Malaysia lies in the chaotic and crisis-driven effect of post-political tsunami. This effect is taken for granted to sustain an assumption for activity or passivity, progress or regress. It is a self-contained stupefaction, the finality of politics.

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A Critique on 1Malaysia: Slogan as Political Ethos (1 of 5)

A Critique on 1Malaysia: Slogan as Political Ethos (1 of 5)

This article attempts to explicate the social condition after the political tsunami (March 2008) and argues that 1Malaysia, other than being a concept that unites, is an omnipotent political strategy resulted from the post-political tsunami condition.

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Stop Talking. Start Doing. [w/VIDEOS]

Stop Talking. Start Doing. [w/VIDEOS]

A provocative collection of videos from the Lead India campaign and some suggestions on how we can do our part as citizens to make democracy take root.

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[UPDATED] Unity in Small Doses

[UPDATED] Unity in Small Doses

[UPDATED on 21 November 2010. Thank you Rainstorm for the correction.] Do Malaysians only work together when there is an anti-mega tower page to “like”?

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Connect The Dots: Catching Ourselves

Connect The Dots: Catching Ourselves

Reflections on closet racism. “Beware of your thoughts, they become your words. Beware of your words, they become your actions. Beware of your actions, they become your habits. Beware of your habits, they become your character…”

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Malay? Chinese? Indian? I am Malaysian lah!

Malay? Chinese? Indian? I am Malaysian lah!

What’s with this surge in racism and the obsession with race-based everything?!

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[UPDATED] Never before in Sibu

[UPDATED] Never before in Sibu

(UPDATED with photos from the ground) A musing on the many firsts for Sibu that took place in the few weeks leading up to last Sunday’s by-election, that reflects a changed Malaysia.

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The LoyarBurok Interview: That’s One Effing Good Video, Macha!

The LoyarBurok Interview: That’s One Effing Good Video, Macha!

LoyarBurok caught up with Ezra Zaid, host of “That Effing Show” – home to internet-sensation video “I Am A Macha”. We asked him about how the video came to being; he shares with us the idea behind the music video and the reason behind the “macha” theme.

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