Monthly Archives: December 2019

DAP – from a tiger to a puppy

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT I guess many of my DAP friends will be unhappy with the subject of this piece. That is understandable. I speak up when I feel that things are not right, and it really doesn’t bother me … Continue reading

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‘Instigator’ Mahathir must step down in 2020

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT 2019 will be gone in a few days, and 2020 is upon us. I am sighing as we approach a new decade because it is not getting any better. In fact, it is getting from bad … Continue reading

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The MoCS Forum on Independence in Kuching on 11 Jan 2020

MoCS welcomes all to join us on 11 Jan 2020 at the DBNA Hall in Kuching. All of Sabah and Sarawak must be knowledgeable of the issues, moving towards the quest for self-determination of our two entities. Let us stand … Continue reading

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If it’s only about money, why kill Altantuya?

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | A candlelight vigil was held for slain native rights crusader Bill Kayong (above) in Kuching on Dec 21. The event, themed ‘Justice for Bill Kayong’, was well attended. Kayong, also a PKR politician, was shot … Continue reading

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Zakir Naik, don’t teach Malaysians how to celebrate Christmas

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | A controversial Zakir Naik video touching on the sensitivities of celebrating Christmas has been making its rounds on social media, again. Over the past week, I have received the video several times from individual friends … Continue reading

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Convinced of threat, I agreed to do it for my beloved nation – Azilah’s SD

Malaysiakini Almost five years after the Federal Court upheld his conviction and death sentence in January 2015, former police special action force (UTK) personnel Azilah Hadri has broken his silence on the gruesome murder of Altantuya Shaariibuu. Seeking a review … Continue reading

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‘Najib ordered me to kill Altantuya’ – Azilah’s shocking allegation from death row

R NADESWARAN A MALAYSIAKINI EXCLUSIVE | Convicted killer Azilah Hadri has made an explosive allegation from death row in Kajang prison – the order to kill Altantuya Shaariibuu came from former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak and the latter’s close … Continue reading

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Let’s do away with insignificant public holidays

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | This is an issue which I have taken up in the past. Talking about too many public holidays may seem a trivial matter but it isn’t. If you look at it holistically, it becomes an … Continue reading

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Why Umno will always be relevant

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | Three major political parties held their assemblies over the weekend – PKR in Malacca, Umno in Kuala Lumpur and Parti Amanah in Shah Alam. Of the three, there is no prize for guessing which one … Continue reading

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‘Sodomy III’ will be excruciating and unbearable

FRANCIS PAUL SIAH COMMENT | However PKR president Anwar Ibrahim attempts to put his house in order, including his latest “Don’t test my patience” warning to anyone who bothers to listen, his efforts are not paying off. How else can … Continue reading

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