Cats Censor Democracy
Kam Raslan | Rahmah Pauzi | Na’a Murad
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This week we have regular guests Na’a Murad and Rahmah Pauzi chatting with Kam Raslan about domestiCATS, censor switch in our heads and new ideas on democracy. Na’a Murad gives a historical journey of cats and cat facts that includes the domestication of Asian cats, cats having emotions, and the reason behind their kinked tails among many other furry things. Kam then moves on to the concept of having a censor switch in his head. They discussed how ‘speaking your mind’ is innate with the younger generation so ‘censor switch’ may be an alien concept to them. Rahmah finishes off the show with new ideas on democracy. Coming off an interview with political scientist Wong Chin Huat, she shares her findings and looks ahead to the ever-evolving democratic values of our nation.
Produced by: Ali Johan
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