COMMENT | It has a warm ring to it, and emphasises that we’re all working for the same cause.
COMMENT | Was Najib lying yesterday or was he lying in December 2015? Or was he lying both times?
With BN partners silent, the opposition is damned.
Bersih has always subscribed to the ballot outcome.
All that sabre-rattling appears to be just that.
In all its years functioning as a responsible media organisation, Malaysiakini has been doing the right thing. As a former journalist, I have watched its progress through the years and can vouch for its steadfastness in adhering to the ethics and principles of journalism.
Does criticising these folk in any way absolve him?
Would he get the same sympathy as Hsien Loong?
And how is the M’sian gov’t going to hide?
He should decide now to do the right thing.
Where does the truth actually lie?
COMMENT | A mere politician is not concerned about his legacy as prime minister, or how he will be judged in history.
COMMENT | ‘The three wise men didn’t ask PM the crucial questions.’
BOOK REVIEW | A book on the DAP veteran - reproduced from chunks of polemic written or spoken by Lim himself.
BOOK EXCERPTS | ‘He (Najib) showed the media a chicken he himself had bought for RM1.’
BOOK EXCERPTS | Becoming so used to the SOP of denying or modifying their statements.
COMMENT But the people’s only platform for speaking up and showing how much they feel for their country.
COMMENT Walk for those arrested, for the future generations, and for ourselves.
I’d like to respond to John Malott’s most recent article entitled ‘Has Malaysia become a police state?’ and point out the shortcomings in it.
COMMENT To save our country, we have to demand justice, decency, and the truth.
COMMENT The PM should do the right thing and open the door to the truth.
COMMENT He's no hero - never forget the damage he has done to our country.
COMMENT Is it normal for cops to kill people and then blow up their bodies with C4?
COMMENT Is our judiciary subservient as 1988 amendment implies?
Here are some thoughts on what Malaysians can look forward to between now and the 14th general election in perhaps 2017.
COMMENT Najib will take note the Chinese accepted their lot - and many actually supported BN despite being marginalised.
COMMENT What Premier Najib Abdul Razak needs to understand is that people will not respect him if he doesn’t respect himself.
COMMENT 'Have we ever been free? Or have we been living under a tyranny without our being keenly aware of it?'
COMMENT Beneath the veneer of upbeat showmanship and standup routines at the assembly is a palpable undercurrent of fear.