Our police must go to bottom to investigate Devastating Tornadoes that Rip through MCA Sex Scandal Liow’s Introduction to the MCA Beliawanis head Porn

Who is Liow ? The MCA guy without the oomph, according to Khir Toyo ? As for Ms Tee, I do not even know who she is until now. It is highly unlikely that the opposition would want to give her free publicity. I agree with another reader that it is most likely done by someone who has a personal score with her.

“This is not our culture. This shows how dirty politics can become..” Are you qualified to make this statement ? On top of that, you are a freaking liar…who trust you? Perhaps, you may be the instigator getting an MCA bloke to produce this master piece. What make you so sure Tee was’nt teeing up at the time of filming…This shows how dirty politics can become… using various means to tarnish the image of an individual,” But isn’t this the method that Snoop Squad Liow used to uncover Chua’s sexcapadeshis BN/MCA idiot is feeling the heat of red hot peppers…….this numbskull has forgotten what Datuk T, Najib, IGP and AG have been doing to DSAI. My message is simple you idiot: don’t do unto others what you don’t want others to do unto you! Anyway, I must say Ms Tee is very photogenic……Kena batang hidung sendiri baru tau.You and your BN idiots were on this tricks all along is ok.Now you are saying politics are dirty.Bloody bastards

The good thing about these anti-Islamist and anti-Malay forces is that they don’t try to hide it. They have lived up well to their capacity.
MCA Liow’s response to a scandalous mess is neat and categorised. Cash and sex are the north and south pole of mass interest, each with a sprawling magnetic field. We divide the hemispheres with the equator of logic. Cash and corruption are the preserve of politics. Sex is the province of glamour. We refuse to recognise any cross-over evidence.Their cover stories are devoted to who is sleeping with whom, or, more likely, pretending to sleep with whom.mca people are sometimes required to manufacture an affair as part of MCA’s pre-launch publicity even when it is obvious, from body language, that the hero and heroine are heartily sick of each other If SUARA KEADILAN leaks are to be believed, then young the MCA Beliawanis head has enough left over to lubricate pussy to silent wheels of power a deep and riveting ideological debate on MCA Beliawanis . It’s the money, honey. If the figures seem insane, just remember that greed spits at limits.The sex scandal,however,
is in meltdown, the body politic ravaged by venality beyond the voter’s comprehension. What was a nick in chua soi lek’s time, needing a mere Band-Aid, has spread into an incurable cancer.In any case, time, and a generous bank balance, tends to soften the discomforts of incarceration. If the cash flow is supportive, sex scandal can even become abig business, with underwold thrown in as an optional extra. You never know: with diet control and regular morning walks that stomach might never need to ache again. It is not the moral of the MCA Beliawanis head in various compromising positions that should be our concern, but that of a more fragile entity called MCA.Soiled Leg a dckcy-ache.MCA has Sex cancer.

Sometime back I went to MCA headoffice  and saw a calendar on the wall.a MCA member saw me looking at it and sheepishly said that someone in that his president  had brought it.

“You know I don’t have a Sangh [RSS] link”, he tried to explain. Of course, there was no need for him to explain or feel embarrassed over it.

But the calendar was interesting. It shows great Indian figures over the ages in a Saffron background.

In this map, there are many personalities about whom there can not be any dispute about their contribution to the country.

There are some exceptions though but the remaining ones are heroes for all of us, Indians, irrespective of our religious affiliations or caste & creed.

One positive thing was that the list had Sikh, Buddhist, Jain* and [even] Parsi heroes. The Hindutva brotherhood has in the last couple of decades tried to co-opt Sikhs and Buddhists, but they still remain wary of Christians and Muslims.

There was no Muslim featured though. Isn’t that strange! If Mughal kings like Akbar, who had even started a new religion Din-e-Ilahi is not secular enough or Shah Jehan for building the monument that is pride of the country, there is still no dearth of Muslim heroes.

Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled and his sons executed by British. Tipu Sultan was the king who fought the British and was ditched by both Muslim and Hindu powers–Marathas and Nizam, else the imperialists may not have succeeded in India.

In 20th century, we have had great freedom fighters, poets, writers and apart from them, the Muslim musicians–from Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan to Ustad Bismillah Khan who kept the legacy of classical Hindustani music alive in this country.

Ashfaqullah, Abdul Hamid, Kalam don’t qualify?

If Ashfaqullah Khan is forgotten, there is a name that can never be contested by RSS also.Havildar Abdul Hamid, the army man who showed exemplary courage in the 1965 war against Pakistan, blowing up Patton tanks, and laying down his life in the line of duty.

If Abdul Hamid or martyrs like Brigadier Usman, whose bravery ensured that Kashmir, in the troubled times, remained an Indian territory, are not fit enough, then who is? APJ Abdul Kalam, a thinker, scientist, people’s president and the father of Indian missile programme, isn’t he worthy enough?

Still, its good to see the Akhand Bharat vision getting more inclusive. There have been great generals and superb soldiers but the selection of, Field Marshal late Sam Manekshaw, that represents the Zoroastrians, is indeed interesting.

Is it that you could do great service to the nation but if you are a Muslim or Christian, you can’t be considered a ‘hero’. Of course, everybody has the right to select their heroes. But the calendar represents the inherent apathy towards the two major religious minorities.

Why not Gandhi?

The Heroes in the Calendar ‘Parakrami Bharat; Vijayi Bharat’

Among the ancient personalities whose photographs and names are shown in the calendar, are kings like Vikramaditya, Chandragupta Maurya, Rajaraja Chola,  Maharana Pratap, Harshwardhan and even Ashoka, who had embraced Buddhism after Kalinga war.

Of course, an important personality that has been ignored is Dr BR Ambedkar. It couldn’t be oversight. After all, the personalities representing different eras, and different regions, have been selected after quite an exercise.

Among freedom fighters the names of Rani Laxmi Bai, Chandrashekhar Azad, Tatya Tope, Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Remaining figures include Maharaja Ranjeet Singh, the great Sikh ruler, apart from Shivaji, Hemachandra, Prithvi Raj Chauhan, Shyamji Krishna Verma, Subhas Chandra Bose, Ahilya Bai Holkar, Krishnadev Rai, Harihar Bukka [founders of the Vijayanagar empire], VD Sawarkar, Pulkesi, Sardar Patel et al.

Subhas Chandra Bose was not a Hindu Hero alone,  he was a hero for all Indians. Whenever Jhansi queen Laxmi Bai’s name is taken, her close confidante Ghouse’s name is also remembered. He hadn’t hesitated to turn canons to target mosque when British took refuge there.

Yes, Sankaracharya, Chanakya, the staunch communist Bhagat Singh, who had rejected religion, figures in the list of great Indians. But can someone complain? After all, perhaps, themost well-known Hindu of all times, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, doesn’t figure in this list either.

[*Lala Lajpat Rai had a Jain lineage though it is not mentioned generally]

When a series of bomb attacks ripped through Muslim neighborhoods, mosques and shrines in India in recent years, suspicion fell firmly on a familiar culprit: Islamist terror. After each incident, scores of Indian Muslims were rounded up, and many were tortured. Confessions were extracted, the names of various militant “masterminds” leaked to the media and links with Pakistan widely alleged.

Never mind that most of the victims were Muslims; it seemed natural to many people, from New Delhi to Washington, to assume the attacks were the work of extremist Pakistani militants and their Indian Muslim sympathizers, intent on fanning religious tensions in India and disrupting the peace process between the nuclear-armed rivals.

But those investigations, and the assumptions behind them, were turned on their head early this year by the confession of a Hindu holy man. Swami Aseemanand told a magistrate that the bomb makers were neither Pakistani nor Muslim but Hindu radicals, bent on revenge for many earlier acts of terrorism across India that had been perpetrated by Muslims.

His statement, subsequently leaked to the media, alleged that a network of radicals stretched right up to senior levels of the country’s Hindu nationalist right wing. It also exposed deep-seated prejudices within the police against the country’s minority Muslim population.

Ironically, the charges may also have helped India and Pakistan to get back to the negotiating table last month after relations broke down in the wake of the 2008 attacks on Mumbai.

Like many Indians, Aseemanand was furious with terrorist attacks in the country carried out by Muslims. “We should answer bombs with bombs,” he told a small group of Hindu extremists in June 2006, only to discover a plot was already well under way.

In the ensuing 18 months, bombs were placed on bicycles in a Muslim cemetery in the western town of Malegaon, hidden under a granite slab in a mosque in Hyderabad and left in a lunchbox in an important Sufi shrine in Ajmer, all targets Aseemanand said he suggested.

In another attack, 68 people, most of them Pakistanis, were killed when suitcases packed with explosives were placed next to gasoline bottles on a train headed from western India to Pakistan. Many of the victims were unable to escape the inferno because of bars on the train windows, and their bodies were burned beyond recognition.

Evidence that radical Hindus, including an army colonel who is suspected of supplying the technical expertise and the explosives, were behind several of these bombings began to surface more than two years ago, and several people were arrested, including Aseemanand.

But his statement is the first clear evidence that Indian Hindu terrorists were to blame for the deaths of Pakistani Muslim travelers on the Samjhauta, or Friendship, Express.

Pakistan reacted to the news with ill-disguised glee, arguing that the botched investigations and the subsequent confession confirmed its suspicions that India “lacked the courage” to prosecute radical Hindus.

In India, there was sober reflection in some quarters about prejudices against Muslims. The Hindu right’s old adage, that “while not every Muslim is a terrorist, every terrorist is a Muslim,” could no longer be trotted out with a straight face.

India had been insisting it would not restart a formal peace process with Pakistan until that country properly investigated and prosecuted state-sponsored militants blamed for the attacks on Mumbai, which left 166 people dead.

Pakistan responded in kind, demanding a fuller and faster investigation into the train attack. India put on a brave face, but the revelations were an embarrassment, one official privately admitted, as Indian media judged that their government had lost some of the moral high ground.

In a sense, though, the episode provided the political cover at home for Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to agree this month to do what he secretly wanted and restart the peace process with Pakistan, said Commodore Uday Bhaskar of the National Maritime Foundation, a New Delhi think tank.

“Before, terrorism was projected in public opinion in black-and-white terms, that all terrorism was because of Muslims and because of Pakistan,” he said. Aseemanand’s confession “had an unintended positive kind of fallout and introduced a malleability into the India-Pakistan interaction.”

More damaging were Aseemanand’s accusations against high-ranking members of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, or RSS, a religious group that spreads its Hindu revivalist ideology, known as Hindutva, through a network of schools, charities and clubs.

The RSS, the ideological parent of the country’s main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, is also engaged in a sometimes violent contest with Christian missionary groups operating in India.

According to Aseemanand, the main organizer of the attacks was an RSS worker called Sunil Joshi, in his mid-30s, from the town of Dewas in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Relatives describe Joshi as a conservative and deeply religious man of very few words. Joshi viewed Muslims as “worthless,” his niece said. In December 2007, after most of the bomb attacks had taken place, Joshi was gunned down in the street near his family home. Police say Joshi’s gang turned on him, but some investigators and family members believe he was killed because he was about to turn himself in to the police.

RSS national executive member Indresh Kumar, suspected of mentoring and financing the bomb-making gang, said in an interview that the accusations against him represented a “deep political conspiracy” by the ruling Congress party to defame him and the RSS.

Certainly, some members of the secular Congress party have enjoyed and exploited the Hindu nationalist opposition’s discomfort over the allegations. Rahul Gandhi, a leading member of Parliament and heir apparent to the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, even told the US ambassador in 2009 that radicalized Hindu groups were a bigger threat to India than support for Lashkar-i-Taiba, a militant group that is accused in the Mumbai attacks, according to a cable released by WikiLeaks.

Gandhi was widely criticized for that assertion, but the RSS has found itself on the defensive. In a series of conversations with The Washington Post, the group’s leaders portrayed the bomb makers as either paid agents of Pakistani military intelligence or simply as a violent splinter group of their peaceful movement.

Ajai Sahni, a terrorism expert who runs the Institute for Conflict Management in New Delhi, said the militants were just “the fringe of a fringe” within the Hindu right. But “the sympathies may be deeper within the core of Hindutva,” he said.

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