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Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia, you ‘pendatangs’!

October 17, 2014

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What must baby’s mum not do to break that mother-child bond…to not make baby hate her one day? What the heck am I talking about? Find out at The Rakyat Times HERE.

We, the jury, find for the Rakyat

October 4, 2014

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“I harbour no illusions whatsoever that a “Ponting” awaits me in court at the end of my trial. Dare I hope that I might see salt and Satyagraha on the outside?” Read all of this post at the Rakyat Times HERE.

A memorial by the river

July 20, 2014

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Coming together to save our nation

July 10, 2014

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How many of you partook of the game of ‘Chopping’ in your primary school years? Where, during the school recess, after a quick meal in the tuck shop and onto the playing field, you sadistically took aim at the nearest person with a tennis ball, or any ball of almost similar size, and hoped to hit that […]

We still need more of you. Please

May 6, 2014

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  Who’s we? ABU and the Rakyat Times. In March, HERE and HERE, I blogged that ABU needed volunteers and that Rakyat Times needed volunteer citizen journos. Fairly decent response. Quite a few have rolled up their sleeves and gotten down to work. Truth is, though, that we both need more volunteers. Many more. From […]

Why we need the Social Inclusion Agenda

March 18, 2014

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Why? See the graphic below? If these government figures are to be believed, then all is well with Malaysians. Poverty and deprivation of basic needs, like food, education, health and economic opportunities are alien to Malaysia. Only 108,000 households out of a total of 6.3 million are poor? If true, then the government has done […]

Tell the truth and shame this Pinnochio BN “no moral authority to govern” government

March 5, 2014

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If government statistics are to be believed, there are just over 419,000 households in Kuala Lumpur. Assuming each household has 5 members, that’s over 2.1 million people. Government statistics would have us further believe that only 3,354 households, or 16,770 people, in Kuala Lumpur, live in poverty. They achieve these figures by using a poverty […]