Browsing All Posts filed under »Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement«

I have resigned as MCLM president

January 2, 2012


From the very first post in this blog to this day, my political viewpoint has been the same. If we are to transform this into a nation of a single, united people, and to finally start to see a just distribution of the nation’s wealth, to offer equal educational and economic opportunities to all our […]

Why I was refused entry into Sabah

December 8, 2011


Since April this year,representing MCLM, I have made frequent trips to Sabah. Met many people, and made many new friends. MCLM members, political and grassroot leaders, and activists. All of whom share the same viewpoint as I. That UMNO and other BN leaders together with their cronies have plundered the wealth of this naton. That […]

Now, more than ever before, His Majesty must act in the best interest of the rakyat and the nation

November 17, 2011


Auntie Bersih and Kak Rosni have launched a nation wide effort to get all Malaysians to speak up and urge the king to stand side by side with the rakyat in our drive to ensure that the 13th GE is free and fair. The report on their press conference can be read HERE. Auntie and […]

God may have forgiven you, Jibby, but we haven’t. Now give us our reforms or sod off!

November 7, 2011


Haji Najib and Hajjah Imelda Rosmah, it seems, are due back anytime now. After some obscene and lavish shopping by Imelda with our money, I suppose. Back with clean slates? Maybe with God, but not with us. We’ve got scores to settle with you, Jibby. We want you and your lot out of Putrajaya. Through […]

Sabah fellowship in JB tomorrow

November 2, 2011


Tomorrrow, at 7pm, the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement (MCLM) hosts its final Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) forum at the premises of the Johor Spastic Children’s Association, in Johor Bahru. For those of you unfamiliar with the venue, the address is No. 138, Jalan Dato Menteri, 80100 Johor Bahru. And for those of you who are […]

Thank you, KL, KK, Tawau, Kuching, Penang and Ipoh, for your mandate. JB, coming to you next.

October 28, 2011


On 19th September, 2011, the Malaysian Civil Liberties movement (MCLM) kicked off its Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) in KL. 27th to 29th September, we took the show to Kota Kinabalu, Tawau and Kuching. 24th and 25th October, we were in Penang and Ipoh. At each of our roadshows, we sought and obtained the unanimous mandate […]

Repealing all draconian laws and returning state institutions back to the rakyat

October 23, 2011


Najib, UMNO and BN will not do this. We need a new non-BN government post the 13th GE to do this. Repeal the ISA, the OSA, the PPPA, the UUCA, the Sedition Act. All the laws that we’ve been asking to have taken off our statute books and from around our necks for so, so […]

Jeffrey Kitingan to speak at RARA forums in Penang, Ipoh & JB

October 21, 2011


In February, last year, I spoke at the SABM forum in Kota Kinabalu. Jeffrey Kitingan was a guest speaker at that event and also went on to join us at the forum in Kuching. I have to confess that had I not been at that forum to listen to Jeffrey, today I would still be […]

What be this thing they call the SIA?

October 11, 2011


In MCLM’s books, its the Social Inclusion Agenda. Part of our Rakyat Reform Agenda , a reform program we hope a new non-BN government, post the 13th general election, will implement during their term of governance. There’s four parts to the Rakyat Reform Agenda. The powerpoint slide below lists them out. RARA Slide MCLM has […]

Like the RFS, Taib cannot stop the RARA getting into Sarawak

October 4, 2011


Yes, Radio Free Sarawak is back on the Sarawak airwaves, after a short break, and on a new radio frequency. To catch up with Papa Orang Hutan and his team, go HERE. Last week, following the launch of the Rakyat Reform Agenda (RARA) roadshow in KL on 19th September, 2011, the Malaysian Civil Liberties Movement […]