The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 4)

The following is the fourth part of breaking down the Manifesto Untuk 99% by Gabungan Kiri. The manifesto is separated into 4 parts, hence each will command its own article, with my very biased views analysing them and grading them at the end. After the 4 articles are done, a fifth one summarising everything including … Continue reading The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 4)

The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 3)

The following is the third part of breaking down the Manifesto Untuk 99% by Gabungan Kiri. The manifesto is separated into 4 parts, hence each will command its own article, with my very biased views analysing them and grading them at the end. After the 4 articles are done, a fifth one summarising everything including … Continue reading The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 3)

The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 2)

The following is the second part of breaking down the Manifesto Untuk 99% by Gabungan Kiri. The manifesto is separated into 4 parts, hence each will command its own article, with my very biased views analysing them and grading them at the end. After the 4 articles are done, a fifth one summarising everything including … Continue reading The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 2)

The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 1)

The following is the first part of breaking down the Manifesto Untuk 99% by Gabungan Kiri. The manifesto is separated into 4 parts, hence each will command its own article, with my very biased views analysing them and grading them at the end. After the 4 articles are done, a fifth one summarising everything including … Continue reading The Leftist Monologues: Gabungan Kiri Manifesto (Part 1)

To Vote or Not To Vote? Yes!

by Arveent Srirangan Kathirtchelvan Malaysia is a country moved by a very large part by trends involving politics. Some of these are tiresome, often undermining the democratic process and, most frustratingly, off-limits to be commented upon especially when expressed by certain politicians. With the 14th general election so near, discussions on the validity and qualifications … Continue reading To Vote or Not To Vote? Yes!

The Declaration in the UKEC Annual General Meeting

Introduction The declaration has gone through many changes in the past week. There is a second draft now that has not been officially released, but we have a sneak peek for you. But more importantly, it was presented to the Supreme Council of the United Kingdom and Eire Council of Malaysian Students (UKEC) at their Annual … Continue reading The Declaration in the UKEC Annual General Meeting