I sat in a lounge with two men, who grew up in the same district. As the outsider you would assume that I would have the most difficult time to express myself with the two.
Instead we had to use three different languages, and I was playing interlocutor and interpreter for them. These are men I work with in developing workable structures for our community, and we were struggling to tell what we felt. Continue reading “National language failure”
This blog said that the clockdown was on for Anwar when he mentioned 16 Sept, and the clock has lapsed.
The deadline has not been met and the phone rings intermittently with Umno and Umno sycophants telling me how off the mark I’ve been.
No qualified retraction here – the thing did not happen. Continue reading “The Anwar Failing”
Welcome back Anwar!
The result has been unsurprising, and we have all talked about the rise of Anwar since he walked out of prison.
However for Anwar personally, this is a first since his arrest in 98′. He has never got an exact public endorsement from the voters – until yesterday evening. Continue reading “The Prince returns”