“Or maybe, this former Perak Mentri Besar has feelings for Kak Ijat. After all, she is the Malaysian Aishwarya Rai,” Habibah said, referring to the famous Bollywood star.

As the laughter subsided, she continued: “I am really amazed. This PAS man has a special ability to see through clothes. I advise all the Wanita delegates to beware of him from now on.”

Sleep in the same room and she doesn’t know the husband put in a bid. Like the Cantonese saying, ” Ghost believes you “Shahrizat your husband misused RM250,000,000 Malaysian tax payers monies. It may be chicken feed to you but to us that is hell lot of money.In Malaysia you will be hailed as hero for stealing millions but you will be thrown out from a building for suspecting misused of RM2,500. So no wonder the lady here feel very much on top of the world. A DEVIL IN DISGUISE.WHITE OUTSIDE BLACK INSIDE

It’s all about being soft, sensuous, tender yet naughty. Sometimes the process is more important than the climax. I shall take you to bed and have my way with you.

 I will make you ache, shake, sweat until you moan and groan.I will make you beg for mercy, beg for me to stop.I will exhaust you to the point that you will be relieved when I’m finished with you.And, when I am finished, you will be weak for days.


Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad called today for Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil to quit politics following the controversy over the RM250 million National Feedlot Centre (NFC) project awarded to the her family.
The former Prime Minister, who is still highly influential in UMNO, told a press conference today that the Wanita UMNO chief should leave before being “chased out” by her party. “If we feel it is necessary to quit for the sake of party, we quit. When I wanted to quit, I didn’t ask anyone. I hope others do the same. Don’t wait for people to chase you off.
“Yes, ukur baju di badan sendiri (measure yourself up),” he said when asked if the senator should resign.
The former Lembah Pantai MP had gained the support of both the Youth and her Wanita wings of UMNO last week after denying any wrongdoing in the controversy over the national cattle-farming project.
But other leaders including senior Sabah UMNO MP Datuk Bung Mokhtar Radin have called for the Women, Family and Community development Minister to step down instead of “troubling us.”
PKR has repeatedly attacked the project with various allegations surrounding the “loans” of over RM84 million given by the NFC to companies owned by Shahrizat’s family including RM13.8 million for two luxury condominiums in Bangsar.
The opposition party also pointed out that RM5 million had been spent on the purchase of a Mercedes-Benz, land in Putrajaya and disbursement of RM588,585 in cash to companies belonging to her family as well as over RM455,000 issued to tour agency Impian Global Network Services.
The scandal has led to a police investigation for criminal breach of trust. The Auditor-General’s Report released last month had criticised the NFC, pointing out that it was now “in a mess”.
The report said production in 2010 was only 3,289 head of cattle or 41.1 per cent of the target set. But Agriculture Minister Datuk Seri Noh Omar responded on October 31 that the project was a success as it had met its target of 8,000 cattle by 2010 once 5,742 slaughtered cattle were taken into account.

Anti-corruption activist Rafizi Ramli  is many moons away from taking the electoral plunge in an increasingly chaotic multi-party political system in Malaysia  the next general elections, l seems to have added a new narrative to the pre-poll dynamics. Any election is fought around the issues close to common people. Winnability is a factor that dictates the election manifesto, besides picking candidates. Acts of omission and commission, malfeasance and allegations of corruption are issues that are traded between and among parties.The main burden of the example above is that corruption is not merely a case of somebody taking money to grant a licence, pass files or for according permission for a big project or for awarding a contract. It is also not the case of a junior service official entrapped by spies from across the border parting with a bit of information. It is a national security issue and this is something that we as a nation are not sensitized enough to. What bigger proof of this that 15 years later in October 2008 Mumbai was attacked once again, the intruders coming by the sea route? It is impossible that an operation planned with such precision could be organized without any local support. People often compare corruption to a cancer or to termites eating the vitals of the nation. That is not true. It is a much bigger danger that can blow up your nation literally and destroy it completely.Under the Banking and financial institutions Act [BAFIA] bankers are not allowed to make loans to their immediate families which is described as spouses, parents and children or they can go to jail and be fined or both for conflict of interest. Judges are not allowed to hear cases where there is a conflict of interest. Minsters , civil servants “must ” declare their vested interest when it involves related parties. Using this UMNO logic , Rosmahs wife, Nazri’s mother and Muyhiddins son can all qualify for projects, contracts etc without them declaring their vested interest. This is a breach of the law. Indira Gandhi was found guilty by the courts in India for using state facility and removed as Prime Minster 20 years ago. In Malaysia, Mahathirs son becomes a billionaire, Taib’s son is a billionaire, Sharizat ‘s husband is a multi millionaire all on the basis of who their fathers and wifes are due to the corrupt and decadent UMNO culture which has perverted our justice system She knew there was a restaurant but didn’t know what the business was? Come on! She never went to Meatworks for a meal at all? Her family never talked about Meatworks? Are we fools to believe that?granted rm250million with a 2% interest rate and furthermore no guarantee whatsoever. The Govt so good to do that if no hidden hand involved. Why not the govt give all SMEs rm100k loan each with 2% interest rate and no guarantee required. Than that is fair After 55yrs of BN/Umno rule and especially 22 yrs of ‘mahathirism’ the art to convert public monies to private ones and public properties to private properties have almost been perfected. More instant millionaires and billionaires will be created while the nations coffers continue to bleed and national debt pile up.  Daylight robbery but she knows how to sprinkle a couple of legal terms about! Question is: who’s protecting her? No way ordinary you and me can just plead ignorance of those enormous sums happening right there under her own roof! Same old no hear, no see, no talk. no know like Najib on the Scorpene Deal.

On one hand, Ex-federal minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil claimed she doesn’t know about the NFC business. On another hand, she is so sure about the terms & conditions of the agreement. Now which is which? Isn’t she contradicting herself? Isn’t she taking us as a fool that she doesn’t know?The soft loan is for NFC…but if the “legal instruments” allows it to purchase condos then the legal eagles for the govt,MoF,did not do their job… was it UMNO lawyers that vetted the legal instruments?or did the AG dept.? THe Loan was given by the government strictly to develop the FeedLot industry in the country. So, the money was entrusted to the Shahrizat family by the government to do that. Whether the legal documents say or not is not the question. Shahzirat should know better. Where is the Corporate Governance?Could or could not be just her kind as those in the govt are alleged to be behaving as though the taxpayers money are theirs to use as they like in a simple estimate count of a little was actually spent on projects where the rest are for them to abuse, if this is not corruption, what is? Throw all of them- the cow family into kajang prison until all the rakyat’s money is recovered.

That the the National Feedlot Centre project. mess is a national shame has been commented upon by every newspaper and television channel. But even as the media lambasts Shameless, disgraceful and disgusting are words best describe this character.Ex-federal minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil (who is also the butt of SMS jokes)become a country of “free for all.’ You can do anything and get away, there is no fear of any government. As if the rule of law has ceased to exist. How else can you explain that ministers to remain office even after allegations of such massive corruption ? NFC scandal is not too old and we all remember how a minister had to lose HER job but a bigger fish continues in his office…. The list continues and too long to be reproduced here.These people have no shame or remorse in using the rakyats hard earned tax money to enrich themselves fraudulently. They are like whitened tombs look clean and beautiful on the outside but full of dead bones and filth (greed and self indulgence) inside. They are full of hypocrisy and wickedness these your company a private entity if you use your own internally generated fund to run the operation. Even if you fail and go bankrupt, that is your own money. Therefore, nobody will be interested in your company. However, your Husband’s NFC use our money (taxpayers’ money) to run the business. Thererefore, as a stakeholder (by being a tax contributor), your husband is answerable to us and not UMNO. Do you get it or you need an accounting lesson from the best accountant in the world, the one and only, The moment a person transfer funds from a company to a non-related company without getting approval from a board meeting is CBT. the nation is long numb and unsensitized about the shamelessness, hypocrisy, thuggish manuevers, waving of the koran in vain and etc etc. Thats why BN still have the amount of support presently availed. hate to say it, but the average IQ of the nation is severely lowered by this same brain dead segment of the electorate. che guevera, where r u when we needed you ?

Here`s another source of side income for our elected representatives. And, it won`t invite disciplinary action from whichever form, shape and collar size we finally get.
Corporators, MLAs and MPs may have entered education big time and made big bucks, but they haven`t set up schools to impart the skills they have picked up in the course of their day job. This transfer of technique has happened only unintentionally and unfavourably.RELATED ARTICLE

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