Nazi Celup Ala Malaysia

by Eyes Wide Open Merely 2 days after Ridhuan Tee’s Nazi-flavoured anti-Christian rant was published, Utusan Malaysia delivers yet another Nazi-flavoured rant. This time about the controversial appointment of the Selangor State Secretary. In his column, assistant editor-in-chief Zaini Hassan called on Malays to zealously defend their sovereignty in the country, declaring: “Do we Malays … Continue reading

Are we heading towards another Ops Lalang?

“When you understand what someone’s real intentions are, nothing they say or do is surprising.” – Eyes Wide Open Several events in the past week sent alarm bells ringing in HartalMSM because it had an eerie sense of deja vu about the events leading up to 27 October 1987 – the day the infamous Ops … Continue reading

Wish we saw stuff like this on Malaysian TV

BBC Radio 4’s Crossing Continents travelled to Malaysia to explore the divide among races and spoke to the new generation of Malaysians pushing for more equality after decades of a system of racial preferences. This extract features reporter Mukul Devichand speaking to Sue, a Malay Muslim. Religion is important to her and this has influenced … Continue reading

More antics of Mr Tee

by Eyes Wide Open (The B.Malaysia version of this post can be read here) Mr Tee’s latest article in Mingguan Malaysia entitled “Bahaya musang berbulu ayam” once again showed up his petty character and small mindedness. In it, he blasts any and every argument against him as words coming from the “ultra kiasu” race – … Continue reading

Bakri Musa confused about Confucianism

The following article is another one from Ktemoc Konsiders. This time, the ever-vigilant Ktemoc takes the prolific and highly intellegent blogger M. Bakri Musa to task for carelessly making assumptions without checking the facts. ————————— Dr Bakri Musa, a surgeon who practises in the USA, and writes prolificly and eruditely on Malaysian and Malay affairs, … Continue reading

A Malay Singaporean’s reply to Zainuddin’s article

Every day now, when we step out of our flats, we see our Chinese, Indian and perhaps Eurasian neighbours. We share the same lifts, corridors, void decks, community parks and common spaces. We go to the same schools and workplaces. Our parliamentary representatives are multiracial. Malay Singaporeans are as much a part of the everyday realities of Chinese, Indian and Eurasian Singaporeans as they are of ours. This cannot be said of Malay and non-Malay Malaysians. In short, Malay Malaysians and Malay Singaporeans live in different political and social realities.

Utusan Melayu…or Ugutan Melayu?

This article appeared on Azly Rahman’s blog on August 5th, amidst the fierce attacks emanating from Utusan Malaysia. It is certainly a reasoned and reasonable response to Utusan’s slanted reporting. Dr Azly Rahman is a renowned academic currently based in the US. This Anak Malaysia’s very impressive profile is just too much to summarize, so … Continue reading