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The same Home Minister that is known to enjoy a cold beer every now and again. The same Home Minister that was pictured drinking a few cold beers in the playboy days surrounded by a bunch of loose drunken women. The same Home Minister who’s wife was also pictured knocking a cold one Muslim politicians in Malaysia who don’t practice what they preach toThe corruption and phoniness of some Malaysian politicians would be funny if they didn’t have the power to torture people. How can a man who himself clearly enjoy a beer every now and again himself signed a paper clearing the way for another person who share his taste. The double standard of these people is fucking incredible, someone need to tell Hishammuddin Husseinthat he is a Muslim that has violated Syariah law. And ask him when is he going to get his six strokes from the cane. It’s only fair… It would be justice. The Starreport:It would seem hypocrisy is an official state policy in Malaysia. Here is Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein enjoying a few cold Anchor beer with a few ladies in his younger playboy days. These pictures have been around for some time now but it is an appropriate time to share them again in light of his recent decision to have a woman suffer from six stroke from a cane. Hishammuddin Hussein was never caned for drinking beer because certain people in Malaysia can getaway with murder while people like Kartika are treated like dogs for the most minor infractions. Yup, she is going to be punished for the same crime the Home Minister himself is no stranger to. The woman officer should have demonstrated the caning on him for his past infractions of the laws he is enforcing now. Hopefully the western media with pick up on this bit of hypocrisy.
This is supposedly one of his mistresses, the air stewardess that was caught having an affair with him in Johor Bahru. And she is said to be the same lady that he took to Mongolia on a trip with the then PM.

Booze and ladies, all the umno bastards need in life.This is further proof of PDRM (police) working with the porn peddlers – the light strike force escorting the Datuk Ts.There seems to be a lack of political will to apprehend the wrongdoers and now the porn peddlers are even brave enough to even put it on YouTube and other electronic media .We are in … Read more  CORRECT,CORRECT, CORRECT UMNO AND THE GOVERNMENT ARE NOT BEHIND THIS CIRCUS



Here is his wife not to be confuse with his mistress enjoying a cold one too. She look totally wasted but she seem to be hotter than his mistress.

Here is the hypocrite minister when he is not getting wasted:

PKR vice president Azmin Ali has exposed a top police officer, Senior Assistant Commissioner Abdul Rahman Ismail, as the man behind a series of defamatory lectures to teachers including the latest sex video conspiracy and sodomy accusations against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim.

“What this implies is clear for all to see. If there is no police or government involvement, why is this SAC giving lectures to teachers and telling them that Anwar is guilty,” Azmin told a press conference on Tuesday.

Abdul Rahman is the assistant director for research and the secretariat of the police Special Branch at Bukit Aman.

The sex video scandal erupted in late March, the same day that the Sarawk legislative assembly had been dissolved to pave the way for the 10th state election where the Pakatan Rakyat had swept an unprecedented 15 seats despite the Anwar smear campaigns and huge electoral fraud.

Three Umno members, namely businessman Shazryl Eskay Abdullah, former Malacca chief minister Rahim Thamby Chik and Perkasa treasurer Shuaib Lazim, have admitted to being the Datuk T trio which screened the video to a group of journalists and select PKR leaders.

Their purpose was to force Anwar and his wife PKR president Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to resign from politics.

Police told teachers Anwar was guilty

Anwar has accused the BN government of plotting the conspiracy to discredit him and the Pakatan ahead of the coming general elections.

According to Azmin, 4 seminars have been carried out so far involving 2,000 principals and teachers in Kelantan. Each school had been asked to send one principal and 8 teachers.

“Abdul Rahmah was not giving lectures on national security but was acting as a slander agent for Umno and elaborating on the sex and pornographic accusations thrown at Anwar and also with regard to the Memali incident,” said Azmin.

“Abdul Rahman had also judged Anwar as a sodomist and a man who goes after prostitutes. Why is a senior officer involved in giving political lectures and repeating the cheap propaganda lies of the Umno-BN.”

Distributing and screening pornographic material in public is a crime in Malaysia punishable with jail of up to 5 years. So far, despite the Datuk T’s public confession, police have refused to arrest or charge them.

This has further compounded public suspicion of a conspiracy between the enforcement authorities and the Umno-BN, which has ruled Malaysia for the past 5 decades.

The latest reported incident where a 13 year old girl was traumatised as robbers entered her home in Kemaman and robbed her of a mother, once again re-affirms that Malaysians are still being terrorized by robbers and thieves.

Those of us who have had the benefit of travelling around the world including our own regions will tell that it is not the same in those countries. Citizens there are free and do not worry about break-ins into their homes – let alone worrying about the gold ornaments and valuable handbags when they are out in the streets.

But in Malaysia, who does not barricade his or her house with padlocks, chains, security systems and what have you?

Do we not even grill and padlock the trap opening on the ceiling leading to the roof top? Do we not pay a premium to live in a ‘gated and guarded’ housing area?

Each time we step out into the street do we not hug our handbags tight? Each time we walk into a shopping mall do we not slip our hands into the trouser pocket just to make sure our wallet is still there?

Each time we return from work do we not check around the fencing and gates of our home to make sure no stranger is lurking in the vicinity, before we get off from the car to open the gate?

Before we retire for the night, how many times do we make that routine check-out to make sure the house is secured? And when we go off for a hard earned holiday, do we not worry about our home? And do not forget, almost all of us have to ask our neighbours to have a look out on our property when we take a holiday.

Oh what a life of fears!

Despite all the talk; despite all the highlights in the media; despite so many citizens writing in to the press; despite so many promises; despite all these, we are still struggling in terrorized fear not knowing when we will be the next victim at home, in the mall, on the streets or in the car park.

That is the sad reality of the actual safety and security standards for citizens in Malaysia.

Yes the authorities will get annoyed. They will counter by saying ‘do not make a big issue about just one break-in in Kemaman’.

Or they will remind you that they are doing all they can. It is the rakyat who are foolish. And foolish in what way may we ask? And their answer will be, ‘you must do your part; you must have safety and security features in your home and when out in the streets or malls.’

But how come people in other countries do not have to worry about their safety and security so much as we do? How come street crimes and house break-ins are extremely rare and in some countries it is so rare that it does not even make news?

Then again the authorities will tell you the media is making false alrams. They are sensationalizing the issue. Our crime rates have been coming down.

Please. Only last week one university lecturer from the Subang Jaya / Sunway vicinity wrote in the media that on the average they have about 10 cases of students falling vistim to snatch thieves every other week. And even their reports are not making any positive contribution to alllay the fears of the students who are largely foreigners.

Let us face facts. Our country is plagued by terrorism of robberies and snatch theives. If this is not true, look at the signage we post at public areas: ‘Beware of” this and “Beware of” that.

Look at how aggressively new housing developments are being marketed highlighting that it comes with “Gated and 24-Hour Security”.

Look at how even the ordinary man has to grill his entire house and put padlocks all around the property. Every window and door is padlocked!

Now who will take up this matter? Who will look into the real serious state of affairs involving citizens’ safety and security? Citizens? But they havce done everything possible. They listened to the authorities and even leave their front and back door lights switched on when they take leave. They do not carry handbags these days. they do not don heavy-weight gold chains in public. But they still die! Get maimed! Loose property!

And so we continue to remain in fear in our own land and our very own country we call 1Malaysia – a nation that is on the verge of being proclaimed a developed world.

Look even in the once war ravaged Sri Lanka, people do not bolt their doors at night like how we do. In Thailand, noboby talks about snatch theirves and house break-ins. Not in Cambodia for sure for even petty traders will display oppulently in public their gold decked hands and ears and necks. Of course in Hong Kong they will tell you that if your dropped your wallet it will come back to you for all the streets are CCTV-ed.

There is one noticeable difference. In all these countries public safety is the sole job of the authorities.

Perhaps we need a renewal of a citizenry concern and demand for a better living environment just like what our fellow neighbours in the region and even in the world are having.

Why should we live like caged birds in our own country? Why should we hide our propserity in public? Why should we fear to even have a wallet in our pockets?

It is now or never for despite so many injuries, fatalities, tragedies, and loss of properties and belongings, and despite taking our own initiatives to build our security and safety at great cost, we are still at a loss and unable to get the authorities to give us what citizens in other countries enjoy without even asking.

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