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MARA: Stop being an albatross around Malay Entrepreneurs

February 17, 2017

MARA: Stop being an albatross around Malay Entrepreneurs

by Syukri Tahir@www.malaysiakini.com

“…there is something wrong with Mara. From business to education, it seems to be making all the wrong moves. 640 more words


Could the Soviet New Economic Policy Have Been Kept on Indefinitely?

I’d like to present to you a portion of a video I’m currently working on about the Five Year plans in the Soviet Union. The work is based on “Farm to Factor: A Reinterpretation of the Soviet industrial Revolution” by Robert C. 1,498 more words


KJ John's Comments on Bridget Welsh's End of UMNO?

November 7, 2016

KJ John’s Comments on Bridget Welsh’s End of UMNO?


I attended a book launch on the ‘The End of UMNO?’ because my good friend Saifuddin Abdullah wrote the foreword and invited me to be present. 933 more words


Malaysia Paddy Fields Are Najib’s Battlefield to Woo Voters

New York

June 20, 2016

Malaysia Paddy Fields Are Najib’s Battlefield to Woo Voters

by Shaminadam@shaminadam


Standing near paddy fields that stretched to the horizon, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak had one message for voters of the rural district of Sungai Besar: My government will take care of you. 1,091 more words


Datuk Ibrahim Ali's warning


When Datuk Ali Ibrahim made the “Perkasa” comment that selling off an MISC related company to non Bumi interest was an unnecessary move and a departure from the essential objectives of the NEP,  long knives long  were drawn in a fast and furious attempt to silence the man who the Chinese and Indians consider to be a racist. 1,311 more words

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Did Umno save Malays from poverty?

Prime Minister and Umno President Datuk Seri Najib Razak recently announced proudly how the party has managed to rescue the Malays and Bumiputra from abject poverty. 439 more words

Public Interest

The Russian Revolution

Vladimir Lenin

At the beginning of World War I was a nation in turmoil. The reforms promised after the Revolution of 1905 never materialized and poverty persisted as the economy worsened. 118 more words

World War I