Updated, Friday: BUSHMEN IN SARAWAK
While we are on the subject, do read a Malaysian's take on the state and on Taib Mahmud -- Bushmen in Sarawak by Apanama. The journo-blogger Firdaus Abdullah, who spent 5 years as a correspondent in the state, explains why some quarters are aiming their guns at the CM and why they need to take him down by hook or by Clare.
"Taib ... is Pakatan Rakyat's greatest stumbling block," he writes."... the rural folks spitting on their old transistor radios that, they say, have been telling lies lately."
More H E R E.
Original article, Thursday:
My latest column in The Paper That Cares looks at the uprising against Taib Mahmud on Bolsover Street in London amid the uprising in the Middle East. In a nutshell, I'm saying that the Sarawak state election is just around the corner and if the people (of Sarawak) want their Chief Minister of 30 years to go, he will go --- all they have to do is tick in the right box on the ballot paper. We should not allow some foreigners treat us like Third World fools, man.
Read it H E R E.