Malay politics and Ramleeology

comments     Azly Rahman     Published     Updated

Alif-Mim-Nun-Wau... sarkis! ” - said a character in P Ramlee’s movie Pendekar Bujang Lapok .

Of late I have been hit by nostalgia, reminiscing and even romanticising the 60s, 70s and the early 80s before Mahathirism took root.

My last column on Malaysia in the 70s was an enjoyable piece of journaling and from the numerous comments I read from all the blogs that carry it - my own blog Between Cybernetics and Existentialism , my Facebook page, Malaysia Today , etc - I feel that there was a  time when a good Malaysian spirit was about to be forged.

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