Oct 25, 2008
Oct 24, 2008
"The patience of the Malays and Muslims has a limit. Do not push us to the wall, as when we turn back we will be forced to push the Chinese in the interests of our own survival [...] The Chinese should not try to be like the Jews in America. It is not enough they control the economy, now they want political control."
Oct 23, 2008
The new ranking of Malaysia worst than most of the African nation and South East Asia nation in press freedom index that released yesterday. Our placing in the RSF press freedom index this year is worse than Timor-Leste (65), Indonesia (111), Thailand (124), and Cambodia (126). One consolation, though, is that we are slightly better than Singapore. For more details, view the chart that I have uploaded in this post.
''More freedom of information will lead to a stronger, transparent press, a more vibrant democracy and a more competitive economy!''-TAN SRI RAMON NAVARATNAM
Oct 22, 2008
The Only One
Respect the Religious Beliefs of Others
Oct 20, 2008
Muslim or non-Muslim, we all belong to the same country. It is time that we remove the old shackles of debates along racial and religious lines. It is time that we recognise minority groups as equal Malaysians. It is time to realise that each person is himself endowed with special rights.
Malaysians must continuously improve themselves and be ready to fight off attempts to threaten the unity and prosperity. We must hold true to the concept of justice and fairness for all citizens. Malaysians still much to contribute although the country now more than 50 years old. The nation’s independence and rapid development were a joint effort by Malaysians of different races and at all levels. Government should always stick to the power-sharing concept, which placed emphasis on consultation and consensus.
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Oct 19, 2008
Thanks for the votes!