When comedy becomes a threat to national security, we know society is heading down a deep, dark chasm where everyone has lost their sense of humour, personality and just plain humanity.
I’ve always identified myself as a Malay my entire life. Except in kindergarten, when I told everyone I was an English boy because I spoke English.
I went in expecting that those I spoke to would vehemently defend their leaders and say they are clean and that corruption doesn’t exist.
Apathy is a problem that causes a chain reaction. Slowly, we will just become a society disinterested in anything outside of our own individual bubbles. It would mean that Malaysians would lose their humanity.
Malaysia has never really taken any official stand for the Rohingya or against the Burmese government, despite it being such a big problem that affects the country and the region.
People like Zawawi are not ignorant. His kind has no hope and can’t be helped any more. But people like Mak Tam can be saved. In fact, they could be the vary saviours that Malaysia needs right now.
We already have a model healthcare system that is working well for the people, so let’s not try to worsen it.
The NLD government in Burma (Myanmar) is only a year old. Let’s hope that the illusion that is Suu Kyi does not fade. Or maybe it already has.
Paedophiles, sexual predators and offenders can all find safe refuge here in Malaysia if we go by how we have been treating recent cases here in Malaysia. The empathy that we have for these people is amazing.
Journalist, writer, documentary filmmaker, lecturer and, apparently now social activist, Zan Azlee, uses logic and rationale to appeal to logical and rationale people who already support his ideas.
There has to be a very pressing reason for tens of thousands and even hundreds of thousands of people to actually want to organise themselves.