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1 day ago @ Malay Mail Online - Don’t break the ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Wherever there is injustice, abuse and corruption among the top leaders of an organisation , hate is unavoidable. It is up to the top leaders to govern in a fair and transparent manner to minimize such feelings. Unfortunately, the governance in most of our Institutions are sorely lacking and people feel victimized.
Datuk Seri should get to the bottom of these hateful feelings before introducing new rules as without understanding real reasons for the unhappiness, the new rules will not help.

3 days ago @ Malay Mail Online - Quick to attack and co... · 0 replies · +2 points

A very well written article - you deserve our support, Alwyn. I believe this " CG" mentality is quite prevalent especially among Malaysians because of our discriminatory and oppressive environment with regard to race and religion.

4 days ago @ Malay Mail Online - Citing May 13, Perkasa... · 0 replies · +6 points

Malay rights group Perkasa has extended its support for former educator Datuk Raof Husin, who over the weekend had called for the government to end federal scholarships for minority students.
This coming from a former educator who has also been given a Datuk title shows the kind of supremacist Malays we have in this country who has no sense of fairness or empathy - only a bigoted mindset which is contrary to being a good Muslim.

5 days ago @ Malay Mail Online - ‘We have our sca... · 1 reply · +35 points

Many Malaysians have not even heard of this Association MACVA.
BN/UMNO has never paid tribute let alone give support to these brave heroes.
It is so shameful and shows that this government has not sufficiently acknowledge the contributions of the non Malays not only in developing this country but also defending it.
This is where UMNO leaders have failed as they could have used these contributions to unite the various races.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - In fiery speech, cleri... · 1 reply · +18 points

If Malaysia had followed the syariah laws and traditions as propagated by PAS or similarly fundamentalists Islamic organisations, Malaysia would not be as developed as it is today.
Ismail should also be reminded that many non Malays/Muslims fought and died for this country during the Communist insurgency , Japanese, British and other colonists rule.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - The politics of hope |... · 0 replies · +1 points

I will vote for Harapan because if they should win, it will be a lesson for UMNO/ BN and hopefully change country's divisive approach to politics.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - Not a single sen paid ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Lim added that The Star article claiming the state had “pre-sell state land rights” worth RM3 billion was a blatant lie.
How did 208 million become 3 billion? Only the Star can answer that question.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - Selangor and Johor Ama... · 0 replies · +3 points

According to Selangor Amanah chairman Izham Hashim, seat allocation among PH components was a matter of “secondary concern”.
Amanah may be the smallest party of the big four in the Opposition but their leaders have been exemplary when it comes to discipline and cooperation within Harapan.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - PPBM must change Malay... · 0 replies · +3 points

Sometimes I find it so odd that PAS, supposedly a religious party, did not value a leader like Mujahid,
I would have thought someone with his character and behavior, would have made any religion proud.

1 week ago @ Malay Mail Online - Picking Dr M for PM a ... · 0 replies · +1 points

i would rather leave political sentiment to the politicians to assess rather than analysts. Harapan has nothing to lose.
With TDM on their side, at least there is a glimmer of hope there may be a change of Government and with that one that is less focus on religious/racial politics due to a stronger representation of non racial/religious parties within Harapan.