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July 26, 2008

2 PM Gone Waitin’USA Now

The Battle is on, be Part of it,


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Senior ministers urged: tell battered PM it’s time to go

· Cabinet members talk of ‘orderly resignation’
· Call for Straw and Hoon to act after Glasgow loss
· Cameron calls for general election now

Saturday July 26 2008

Britain’s Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a keynote speech during the Labour Party National Policy Forum in Coventry. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters


Gordon Brown

Discussions are underway at cabinet level on whether to seek an orderly resignation by Gordon Brown as prime minister, in the wake of the disastrous Labour defeat at the hands of a resurgent SNP in the Glasgow East byelection.

God TopUp after 63 years : Msia-London PM Leaving : Awakening of Sectarianism de-ColonialPrada : Birth of Non-Aligned Neutralist Politician : Waiting USA Now !!

Spread Spirit Support : Chapter I – Assessment


Turbulent times in Malaysia

Asia’s island of stability is being shaken

Sholto Byrnes

For over 50 years, politics in Malaysia has been characterised by a stability unique in the region. The governing coalition, the Malay-dominated Barisan Nasional (BN), has never lost a federal election, while proof that it was more of a democracy than neighbouring Singapore was to be found in opposition victories at a state level.

KUALA LUMPUR, 11 Mei 2008 — Presiden UMNO Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi ketika menyampaikan amanatnya kepada anggota UMNO sempena Sambutan Ulang Tahun UMNO ke-62 di Dewan Merdeka, Pusat Dagangan Dunia Putra (PWTC) di sini, hari ini. Abdullah meminta anggota UMNO membantu untuk memberi keyakinan kepada rakyat bahawa kerajaan yang didokongi parti itu tetap selama-lamanya boleh melaksanakan tugas menjaga kepentingan rakyat. Sumber : foto BERNAMA

Only time will tell if these spirits will, unfettered, demonstrate mutual tolerance. If not, such harmony as has existed in Malaysia could be dashed on the rocks of a sectarianism that provided the rationale for “guided democracy” in the first place.

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