As a member of civil society, I am tired of the constant news about political violence in my country, not to mention the stories about foreigners being flown in to vote for Barisan Nasional (click on this article to read more: http://www.sarawakreport.org/2013/05/down-at-the-airport/). I am ready to do something about it and thanks to the fact that I […]
Originally posted on MoCS:
By Priscilla Prasena But a survey finds that the press pays much more attention to male personalities in articles on the general election. PETALING JAYA: Nurul Izzah Anwar is the most frequently mentioned woman in media articles on the run-up to the May 5 general election, according to a survey conducted…
Paste a Video URL “Tonight I don’t see Malays, Chinese and Indians. Tonight I can only see Malaysians.” INI KALI LAH! http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/specialreports/malaysiadecides/videos/biggest-political-rally-in-malaysia-s-ne/660326.html
The desperate political violence in our country at the moment…read here.
Watch the passionate Lembah Pantai MP talk about why she decided to contest for the seat and the injustice wrought upon her father that has remain unresolved until today. May justice prevail for all those who sacrificed for our country. INI KALI LAH!!!
Originally posted on shortsandslippers:
Dear Barisan Nasional, How have you been? Looks like you’ve got this whole election business in the bag! Everyday I open the newspaper and there is nothing but praise for BN! Turn on the TV and it is the same thing. You never let me down. Not like those opposition jokers…
I just got back from an intense and enlightening evening of Malaysian politics with two beloved friends. I imagine that similar conversations are taking place all over Malaysia as the elections loom near. I feel the winds of change in the air, but I feel a lot of scepticism and fear too. Fear of the unknown? Or […]
This is the video that finally got me off my ass to say enough is enough, I am not going to let my country be run by a pack of these jokers. I am not going to sit by and watch the opportunity for change slip by and fly out of our hands. I’ve been […]
The Joint-Action Group for Gender Equality (JAG)* will be hosting the “Aiyoh… Wat Lah?! Awards” today, aimed at highlighting sexist, misogynistic, homophobic and/or transphobic statements made by those in authority and published in the media. Yeah so, big deal right? Politicians have been saying silly things for years now, why should we pay attention now, […]
Not long after I started work at a women’s rights organisation, I was alerted by a friend that friend whose husband had taken her kids. This is how I learnt about the broken system in Malaysia and authorities who are quick to wash their hands off anything that smells of domestic problems. It is has […]