OB Markers: My Straits Times Story by Cheong Yip Seng


February 17, 2017 Book Review: OB Markers: My Straits Times Story by Cheong Yip Seng http://www.asiasentinel.com From the very first chapter of this book to the last, it is full of detailed and astonishing revelations about the mainstream media in Singapore. It is an incredible resource for those trying to understand the control of the … Continue reading

MARA: Stop being an albatross around Malay Entrepreneurs


February 17, 2017 MARA: Stop being an albatross around Malay Entrepreneurs by Syukri Tahir@www.malaysiakini.com “…there is something wrong with Mara. From business to education, it seems to be making all the wrong moves. It needs to have more faith in bumiputeras. Bumiputeras cannot flourish or advance themselves in spaces closed off to other races and … Continue reading

Let Malaysia remain a secular and inclusive state for All


February 16, 2017 Let Malaysia remain a secular and inclusive state for All by Dr Kua Kia Soong@www.malaysiakini.com COMMENT:  There is an attempt by some ‘eminent persons’ to install the Rukunegara as the preamble to the Malaysian constitution. If there is indeed a need for such a preamble, it ought to reaffirm the principles of … Continue reading

Malaysia: China, Malaysian Chinese and GE-14


February 15, 2017 Malaysia: China, Malaysian Chinese and GE-14 by Dato Dennis Ignatius@www.freemalaysiatoday.com Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak (pictured with de facto PM Rosmah Mansor) recently offered three reasons why Barisan Nasional (BN) can expect a significant increase in support from the Chinese community at the next general elections – “the opposition’s shortcomings … Continue reading

Malaysians are a tolerant and docile lot


February 15, 2017 Malaysians are a tolerant and docile lot over Najib Razak, bigotry, racism, corruption by S. Thayaparan@www.malaysiakini.com “The difference between fundamentalists and moderates – and certainly the difference between all ‘extremists’ and moderates – is the degree to which they see political and military action to be intrinsic to the practice of their … Continue reading