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28 March 2012

PM covering up scandal with new NFC bids


PKR accused Putrajaya today of trying to cover up the RM250 million National Feedlot Centre (NFC) scandal by inviting bids to run the national cattle farming project, and holds the prime minister directly responsible for the controversy.

PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli said the main issue in the scandal was Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s own involvement in the matter, when he had allowed a RM250 million federal project to be given to National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp), a company which had no experience and was owned by Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil’s husband and family.

“This reflects the carelessness on the prime minister’s part which led to a possibility of misappropriation (of the loan) as well as criminal breach of trust.

“This has not been answered, and yet the PM wants to invite new bids...this shows his intention to cover up his mistakes for awarding the contract to an undeserving party,” said Rafizi in a statement today.

The PKR leader pointed out two announcements made by the government regarding the case which has not been done:

•the government has not explained why NFCorp was allowed to still conduct its daily business when Najib had called for the company’s assets to be frozen

•the government has yet to announce details regarding the “independent” audit to be carried out on NFCorp.

“Till today, the scope of audit, the auditor responsible and when it will be made presented to Parliament is not known.

“I am concerned that the audit is being done so that the wrongdoings can be identified and evidence of it will be destroyed,” said Rafizi.

He said PKR is not left with no choice but to continue their weekly exposes of the NFC scandal, which will begin “next week”.

Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar said yesterday Putrajaya will invite bids to take over the National Feedlot Centre (NFC) from the National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp), whose chairman is facing charges for misusing part of a RM250 million soft loan for the project.

He said the proposal to invite other companies to carry on the project had been announced by PM Najib previously and his deputy, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin had been asked to ensure that the project was continued.

NFC hit the headlines when the Auditor-General reported it had missed its targets while the project managers, NFCorp chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohamed Salleh Ismail was alleged to have misused the government allocation of RM250 million for the cattle rearing project.

On March 12, Dr Mohamed Salleh, the husband of Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil, pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here to two counts of criminal breach of trust involving RM49.7 million with regard to the purchase of two condominium units and two other charges under the Companies Act.




Malaysia should revise Law, Death Sentence for Corruption and Life Sentence for Drug Trafficking !

If the government do not recover the RM 250 mil loan all PTPTN borrowers don't pay a penny of your loan.

Really disgusted with BN, case not fully investigated but now try to cover up. Guess they will pump in another RM250M of taxpayers' money to revive this project. So who is the next umno crony to benefit?

Najib! STOP ROBBING country wealth with all dubious decoy sham project to cheat voters!

seminar in Johor .....UMNO political motivated to spark religious and racial tensions....!!!


Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders have demanded Putrajaya explain this weekend’s “anti-Christianisation” seminar in Johor, which their de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim labelled today “a disgusting political manoeuvre”.

The leaders, when questioned during a press conference in Parliament this afternoon, agreed the event was a dangerous move that could add further tension to the country’s religious ties.

“What I can confirm is that this is nothing other than a disgusting political manoeuvre to use religion to frighten the people,” Anwar said.

The opposition leader was quick to link the matter to Umno, saying it was often leaders from the country’s ruling party who had a penchant for using religion to capture Malay support.

But Anwar added that if the alleged threat of Christianisation is real, those claiming to know of such incidences should furnish proof instead of instigating fear and anger among Muslims.

“Is it true there is a massive effort to Christianise Muslims as alleged by some quarters?” he asked.

“If there is any proof of such efforts, of Christian priests infringing the laws?”

Religious teachers from national schools in Johor will attend an officially-sanctioned seminar this Saturday focussing on the “threat of Christianisation”, which has sparked outrage among Christians.

Organised by the Johor Education Department and the Johor Mufti Department, the seminar themed “Pemantapan Aqidah, Bahaya Liberalisme dan Pluralism Serta Ancaman Kristianisasi Terhadap Umat Islam. Apa Peranan Guru?” (Strengthening the Faith, the Dangers of Liberalism and Pluralism and the Threat of Christianity towards Muslims. What is the Role of Teachers?) requires the attendance of two religious teachers from each of the 55 national schools across Johor.

“This is mere propaganda by Umno to strengthen the party and frighten the Malays... as though there is a massive Christian movement.

“But I’d like to remind here that the one in power in Malaysia is Umno — power over religion, over money — it is Umno... so if these allegations (of Christianisation) are true, that means Umno has failed to protect the Islamic faith,” Anwar said.

“These are very, valid issues that we must address. But now, my position is very clear: If you have specific evidence against anyone who has transgressed the law, then due action must be taken.

“But to use religion, to inculcate this culture of fear among the Malays as if they are under threat... ” he continued.

DAP adviser Lim Kit Siang agreed with Anwar and demanded for Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to intervene in the matter.

Calling the seminar an “insensitive and irresponsible” event, Lim said that its organisers have also gone against the prime minister’s 1 Malaysia concept.

“To have such a programme would only lead us towards greater racial polarisation and something must be done to stop it immediately,” he said.

PAS vice-president Datuk Husam Musa said it was always his party’s stand to advise all parties against using religion for political gain.

“It is forbidden in Islam,” he said.

Christians form 9.2 per cent of Malaysia’s 28.3 million population.

In recent years, the Christian and Muslim religious communities have been engaged in a tug of war over the word “Allah”, with Muslims arguing that its use should be exclusive to them on the grounds that Islam is monotheistic and the word “Allah” denotes the Muslim God.

Christians have argued that “Allah” is an Arabic word that has been used by those of other religious beliefs, including the Jews, in reference to God in many other parts of the world, notably in Arab nations and Indonesia.

Conservative Muslim groups have also accused Christians of attempting to convert Malays, resulting in heightened tension between followers of the two religions.





This latest incident is the last straw on the camel's back, as it comes straight from Muhyuddin's backyard. He is UMNO deputy and the education minister. How can we trust BN/UMNO anymore?

The BN is really really over now !! Use the school teacher as political tool...BN extremist policy


One more UMNOPORNO foot spin....MACC chief vows to probe ‘all corruption’


Datuk Seri Abu Kassim Mohamed today insisted the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will probe all instances of corruption, after being accused of reluctance to investigate the Attorney-General and the former Inspector-General of Police.

“Whatever corruption case, as long as it’s a corruption case, we will investigate. We welcome any complaints on corruption. We will investigate regardless of who they are,” the MACC chief commissioner told reporters at a press conference here today.

But he added that there must be an element of corruption as the law did not allow them to investigate anything other than corruption.

The MACC have been previously criticised for its apparent inaction despite repeated allegations and evidence of wrongdoing being presented against A-G Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and former police chief Tan Sri Musa Hassan, primarily in relation to Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s 1998 assault while in custody.

Former senior police officer Datuk Ramli Yusoff reportedly also said yesterday the MACC could not investigate his accusations against the duo as it was the very agency used by Abdul Gani and Musa Hassan to “fix” him and his men, Malaysiakini reported.

Today, Abu Kassim reiterated that MACC would investigate any information where offence of corruption had been committed, as long as the information was “justified” and enough facts were given.

On Monday, Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein said the MACC would be the best agency to investigate such cases.

“If they want an investigation, we can investigate. But the proper agency to do so is the MACC. This is because it involves a former IGP, and if the police investigate, they (the opposition) will say that it is not fair,” Hishammuddin said in Parliament during his winding-up speech for the debate on the Royal Address for his ministry.

He was responding to queries from R. Sivarasa (PKR-Subang), Gobind Singh Deo (DAP-Puchong) and Datuk Mahfuz Omar (PAS-Pokok Sena), asking him to respond to the serious Ramli’s allegations





MACC, please tell us how to believe your statement. E.g In case of NFC, please explain how could the family of a Senior Minister obtained a large loan from the government that she serves at very preferential rate and terms. Malaysians are not stupid to accept that there is no corruption involved here!

If you believe what this guy said, you have to believe pigs could fly. Ha! ,........ this is hilarious. Malaysia boleh, land of the laughing stock.

26 March 2012

Najib’s backing for Shahrizat shows failure as reformist


Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s decision to keep Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil as Wanita Umno chief shows the prime minister’s willingness to endorse “tainted” leaders, Pakatan Rakyat lawmakers said.

Opposition MPs said that Najib’s insistence in keeping Shahrizat despite objections from within her own Wanita Umno wing was a reflection of his failure as a reformist, in keeping his administration and party free from allegedly corrupt figures.

“To win elections, Najib has shown his willingness to nominate tainted leaders such as (Tan Sri) Isa Samad, who was suspended by Umno itself of vote buying, to stand for elections and to head Felda.

“The man of the street will judge Najib and Umno as a leader and party willing to tolerate corrupt, cronyism and unethical practices, and forego the principles of good governance and integrity,” DAP national publicity secretary Tony Pua told The Malaysian Insider.

Pua said Umno has had a record of axing its members who failed to perform during elections but at the same time keeping those involved in scandals.

“It is not for us to insist if Shahrizat is to give up or retain her Wanita Umno post, it’s for Umno members to decide.

“Their decision will however reflect the type of politics Umno stands for, and whether Malaysians think Umno fit to lead the country,” the Petaling Jaya Utara MP added.

PAS research chief Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad echoed Pua’s views, and said that Najib’s compromise decision on Shahrizat was a “paradoxical” one.

“How can Najib tell the country that this lady is unfit to become minister but at the same time competent to carry on as Wanita Umno chief?” he told The Malaysian Insider.

“Najib would have saved his entire administration if he had been steadfast in asking Shahrizat to leave right from the start,” Dzulkefly added.

PKR vice president Nurul Izzah Anwar said that Shahrizat’s case was a classic example of “double standards” practiced by Umno, whereby its leaders are tolerated as long as they continue to be indispensable to Barisan Nasional (BN).

“If you’re out of favour, the truth doesn’t seem to matter. So much for Najib’s credibility as a reformer,” she told The Malaysian Insider.

PM Najib has insisted there was no reason for Shahrizat to cease being Wanita Umno chief as there is no proof or charge of wrongdoing in the RM250 million National Feedlot Centre (NFC) scandal. Although Shahrizat announced on March 11 she would step down as women, family and community development minister when her senatorship ends on April 8, the veteran politician said she would continue to lead the 1.3-million strong wing.

Shahrizat was called in for questioning by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) last month over allegations she and her family abused a RM250 million federal loan meant for the national cattle farming scheme but has not been hauled up to court.

However, her husband Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail, who owns the National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) with their three children, pleaded not guilty on March 12 to criminal breach of trust and offences under the Companies Act in relation to RM49 million in public funds.

Najib also said he had met Shahrizat and her vice chief Datuk Kamilia Ibrahim and the duo had agreed to cooperate despite the latter recently calling for Shahrizat to relinquish leadership of the wing.

The Umno president’s remarks left open the possibility of Shahrizat contesting the next general elections or making a future comeback to revive her political career which had appeared earlier to have been buried by the scandal.

Najib also shrugged off suggestions that Shahrizat’s continued leadership of the wing would hurt Barisan Nasional’s election preparations.






Why shahrizat must be singled out? There are many in the cabinate carrying skeletons in their cabinate! Think about alantuya and Stamford holding land grab in Jb. They did not do the honourable thing shahrizat did. Then why the double standard?

in UMNO it is alright and accepted but in BN no acceptance. the one who award NFC is najib and muhyiddin, shahrizat is made a scape goat to shield najib and muhyiddin.

The Captain of the Ship is worried the ship might sink, down goes every one, to save the ship
they keep the Leaders seated, either tainted or not... .. We look forward the result of PU13, God
willing the Rakyat will select clean leaders, work for the people by the people..

Remember the Last Days of Pompei? Here we have the Last Days of BN!

It's strange that a president could veto to retain a tainted leader against the wishes (voices) of the majority. This is not the practice in a democracy, it is an authoritarian dictatorship. There is no trace of Najib's political transformation in the retention of Shahrizat as a woman leader of UMNO/BN. And Shahrizat so dull that she could not even see or sense that she is no longer wanted by the grass root supporters. Hers is a self destructive tendency, not good for herself and bad for her party. Good luck to UMNO with the Cow Girl holding on to power and carrying a badly tainted image for the party/for UMNO women with the endorsement of the party president.

keling pundek nalla with utusansex plot to embarrass datuk seri anwar ibrahim....Utusan steps up ‘bisexual’ attacks on Anwar

 aa group keling pundek scandal team....

Umno’s Utusan Malaysia continued today to question Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s sexuality despite being threatened with a RM100 million suit by the opposition leader.

Its Sunday edition, Mingguan Malaysia, frontpaged Datuk K.S Nallakaruppan’s challenge to his former close friend to speed up legal action so he can expose Anwar’s alleged wrongdoings.

The Malay broadsheet also ran a half-page editorial backing the United Malaysian Indians party (MUIP) president’s claim, highlighting the Federal Court’s judgment in 2004 which said Anwar and his adopted brother Sukma Darmawan were engaged in homosexual activities despite overturning the Permatang Pauh MP’s sodomy conviction.

“To summarise our judgment, even though reading the appeal record, we find evidence to confirm that the appellants were involved in homosexual activities and we are more inclined to believe that the alleged incident at Tivoli Villa did happen, sometime, this court, as a court of law, may only convict the appellants if the prosecution has successfully proved the alleged offences as stated in the charges, beyond reasonable doubt, on admissible evidence and in accordance with established principles of law,” the judgment reads.

“There is no need for Awang to comment at length. Ponder the fact in the judgment of this case. What does it mean and who is Anwar?” the newspaper wrote under the Awang Selamat pseudonym used by its editors.

The editorial also accused Anwar (picture) of using legal action as a way to silence critics from exposing his “moral wrongdoings.”

“Awang does not hesitate to conclude that Anwar sued these parties as an act, more so with an election soon. The fact is, he does not want the truth as he knows the risks to himself,” the Malay daily wrote.

Utusan Malaysia had highlighted a week ago the accusation by Nallakaruppan, once said to be Anwar’s “tennis partner,” that the former deputy prime minister was a bisexual.

The opposition leader, who aims to take over Putrajaya after an election that must be called by May next year, then said he would sue both the senator and newspaper for RM100 million if they did not retract the allegation.

But Utusan Malaysia instead referred to maverick blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin’s statement that the prime minister cannot be a homosexual.

“If you want to be gay, go ahead. I personally have no problems but if you want to become PM and be gay, in Malaysia you cannot,” the Malaysia Today editor said in a January 1 interview with Utusan Malaysia.

The newspaper added today “this is also the stand of the majority of Malaysians.”

“Anwar must decide which one is his choice.”

Anwar was acquitted in January of a second sodomy charge which he has said was politically motivated.

However, the public prosecutor has chosen to appeal against the High Court’s decision.






A Gay PM not a problem, long he is not corrupted. If he Gay that his problem not mine. All I want is a clean, non-corrupted government.

A gay pm is definitely better that a corrupted pm ....what is there to proof? let the accuser proof what they have alleged of him not the alleged to proof that he is not. stupid

The more BN and Utusan try to condemn Anwar, the more votes will swing to PR. No rakyat is interested to know Anwar's sex life. Its his personal matter. So what's the big deal here ... sodomy, gay, bisexual or whatever you have ... no one gives a damn anymore.

It is just a ploy by the BN govt to bait DSAI into another bout of discrediting his character prior to this coming GE through all the main stream media. We all know that DSAI was freed of all the sexual charges brought against him through the court of law and yet they still want to bring them up again. Why? Because they dont have anything good about themseves to campaign for during this GE and hence they resort to this dirty tactics even at the expense of knowing that they would lose the suit when DSAI proceed with it. Too much at stakes......what is RM100 million to them compare to loosing Putrajaya to PR. My advice to DSAI, dont fall for it!

UMNO's cow ran headlong....Ka Siong chased out after hostile rally

A rally organised by the United Chinese School Committees Association (Dong Zong) takes place in Kajang today, with an angry swarm of people demands for Wee Ka Siong to resign

Datuk Wee Ka Siong was chased away and narrowly escaped being punched by an attendee after a rally protesting the lack of Chinese school teachers turned angry.

The MCA Youth chief said he was “shocked” and “saddened” by the jeers, scuffles and alleged attempted punch from frustrated rally-goers who made up part of over 5,000 who had gathered here.

After the rally organised by the United Chinese School Committees Association (Dong Zong) ended, an angry swarm of people chanted for him to resign and it was alleged someone attempted to land a punch on his body but was prevented by a large security detail.

“I can’t say I felt threatened but it was a rude shock to me,” the deputy education minister said in a press conference at a nearby hotel half a kilometre away from the hostile crowd.

“Suddenly people come and point at you and want to punch you. I am saddened. We are not hooligans. We are a civilised society.”

The deputy minister from MCA also suggested that the crowd was instigated by unidentified parties.

“I am saddened by manipulation by certain quarters,” he said.

Wee said that it was alright for people to express their dissatisfaction in a democratic society but it should be “based on facts”.

Wee acknowledged that the shortage of teachers was a problem and said that the government was giving it immediate attention.

“Of course we know this needs immediate attention, that’s why the cabinet formed a committee (to look into it)”, he said.

“We will study each of their resolutions and demands and consider it. We have come up with strategies.”

He urged patience as the solution needed to be a holistic one.

“We need to identify the root of the problem. If we don’t know the root, how are we going to solve it? We cannot concentrate on one side and ignore the other side.”

Although Wee announced on Wednesday eight long- and short-term plans by the education ministry to resolve the issue, Dong Zong said the next day the government has not kept its promises in the past and “this hasty announcement is an attempt to offset the 325 rally.”

In supporting the rally at Dong Zong’s headquarters here, United Chinese School Teachers’ Association of Malaysia (Jiao Zong) president Ong Kow Yee had also said on Thursday they wrote numerous times to the government but the matter remains unresolved.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had also announced on Thursday more Mandarin-speaking teachers will be trained to solve the shortage.

He said the government was committed to resolving the problem and had appointed Wee to speak to Chinese educationist groups to come up with a solution.

It was also reported that the Education Ministry had placed 1,482 temporary teachers in Chinese schools nationwide since January to address the shortage.

Wee had said there were only 392 vacancies left and headmasters needed to appoint temporary teachers according to their requirements.






He said the government was committed to resolving the problem and had appointed Wee to speak to Chinese educationist groups to come up with a solution.......

By appointing Wee ad hoc to resolve the long Chinese school issues; it looks like it will take another 50 years to take another Umno PM to appoint another Wee to resolve the same old Chinese problem

this type of anger & frustration will be translated into vote. U & MCA will feel the pain in GE-13. As a Deputy Education Minister, if u r unable to resolve the chinese school long-dragged issue, plz resign !!!

Do not give all kind of lame excuse to justify your incompetency. We do not see the ministry is unable to resolve this issue but we see that the ministry is not sincere & unwilling to resolve it. This is just a simple/basis demand for a vernacular school. Please don't fool us anymore.

Last but not least, if u still feel u can't resolve it, please give the opportunity to the opposition to form a new government to take over your portfolio form you. Agree?

we cannot tolerate anymore.. every four year they(BN and PM) will say they can solve it.. just like 2008 and 2004 to the nearest last 2 elections. after they won they will ignore u again and next five year we will protect again.. TIME to change now.. no more another five year of lie. Vote to change

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