Friday, January 29, 2010


Books like these are sold on the open shelves at major bookstores.

With technology breaking down barriers in communication and making information so readily accessible, it is quite pointless to ban any literature, or stop people from expressing their opinion.

Unlike many of our ASEAN neighbours, Malaysians do enjoy a good measure of freedom to speak, write or seek alternative news coverage. There's plenty to read and view, especially with so much happening in the country.

The Star

University Malaya has even revived Speaker's Corner. I recall listening to protest speeches by student activists like Anwar Ibrahim back in the 1960s.

Here's a sampling of the new freedom. Just remember not to insult royalty, whether living or deceased.

NO to Internal Security Act - YES to Anti-Terrorism Act

Saya anak bangsa Malaysia (SABM) roadshow

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