Monthly Archives: October 2018

Change is good!

GE14 gave us a golden opportunity to make changes to ensure a better Malaysia for everyone. No doubt, it would take time to weed out corruption, introduce reforms and create policies for economic recovery in order to become a progressive … Continue reading

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In men-women relationships, a “No” simply means just that: “No”!

The #MeToo movement and the controversy over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the US Supreme Court have put the issue of sexual harassment back in the news. It is good that the public is talking about this very sensitive issue. I have only … Continue reading

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It’s the govt’s job to protect vulnerable groups

A survey conducted in Port Dickson recently by Selangor think-tank Institut Darul Ehsan reported that although voters had complained that they no longer received cash handouts and welfare aid as they did from the previous administration, they generally favour the … Continue reading

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Entitlement precedes corruption

There were no surprises in last week’s Umno general assembly. It was business as usual with the leaders making the usual “Malay first” pronouncements by bandying about racist-like slogans like “Melayu baru”, “DAP racists” and claiming their entitled position to … Continue reading

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