TULUKACHI SHAHRIZAT ABDUL JALIL SAID YOU WANNA SEE ME IN NUDE “AND I HAVE NOT EVEN SHIFTED MY SARONG YET”.

November 30, 2011
 Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil said today that Datuk Seri Wan Azizah Ismail should also quit as PKR president for her husband’s criminal charges if she was forced to resign as minister over the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) scandal.
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The Cabinet minister has been under pressure from PKR to quit the Cabinet after a host of allegations emerged in recent weeks about improprieties involving the NFC, a national cattle project managed by her family.
 PKR alleged today the National Feedlot Centre (NFC) used RM5 million in public funds to buy a Mercedes-Benz and land in Putrajaya and disburse RM588,585 in cash to companies belonging to Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil’s family.
The latest allegation of financial irregularities by PKR in the RM250 million cattle farming project awarded to the Wanita Umno chief’s family comes after she denied any wrongdoing this morning and gained the support of delegates at the wing’s general assembly today.
PKR also said NFC issued 15 cheques to tour agency Impian Global Network Services, prompting PKR strategic director Rafizi Ramli to demand the Wanita Umno chief “tell us who went on these holidays.”
Rafizi added that the RM534,622 Mercedes-Benz CLS350 bought using NFC funds channelled through the National Meat and Livestock Corporation (NMLC) and the RM588,585 transferred to Meatworks (Singapore), both companies wholly-owned by Shahrizat’s family, “have nothing to do with NFC’s business plan.”
“Umno Youth chief (Khairy Jamaluddin) has said NFC has no business in Singapore … then why was such a huge sum transferred there?” he told a press conference in Parliament today.
PKR secretary general Saifuddin Nasution, who was also at the press conference, said the land bought in Precinct 10 Putrajaya was in a mainly residential area.
“I am sure the Putrajaya Masterplan does not involve raising cattle there,” the Machang MP said.
PKR has repeatedly attacked the project with various allegations including that “loans” of over RM84 million were given by the NFC to companies owned by Shahrizat’s family including RM13.8 million for two luxury condominiums in Bangsar.
Both opposition and Umno MPs have called for Shahrizat to resign over the scandal which 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.
Rafizi told The Malaysian Insider that “there are enough scandals to last two years” as contained within financial and operational records as well as NFC’s correspondence that the party has obtained.
“This is a warning to opposition, dear Zuraida head of PKR who is rude, you think we fear all of you? Who are you?” she questioned feistily.
“Today, I challenge all (PKR Wanita members) to call for Wan Azizah’s resignation because of her husband (PKR de facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim), who has been punished and charged for offences that cannot even escape my lips,” she added.
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UMNO WOMEN’S CHIEF SHAHRIZAT JALIL AND PIRATE SHIP UMNO UNTO THE LAW-BREAKERS?

“I am tired of smiling, after this…” Shahrizat threatened jokingly, rolling up her sleeves to cheering supporters before adding “and I have not even shifted my sarong yet”.
Racy pictures of Shahrizat  modelling during her ,,, ,younger days are going round and making the rounds over the Internet for a couple of months now, but no website seem to have the bio or proper information to the true identity of the model calling herself Shahrizat. While some websites say, she is an upcoming model
of Wanita UMNO


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TULUKACHI AND THE GOVERNMENT’S COW LIES AND THE LOST PRIDE OF THE INDIAN MUSLIMS



Shahrizat warned the opposition not to take her or her division for granted.
“30 years I have served in Umno, and I am still strong. Women, the more they age the stronger they become,” she said.
“Do not think I am weak. I face challenges and hardship. I am not a leader of fair times, I am a leader of hard times.”
“This is a warning to opposition, dear Zuraida head of PKR who is rude, you think we fear all of you? Who are you?” she questioned feistily.
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WHAT A SICK JOKE NON-MUSLIMS IN MALAYSIA ARE BEING LIED TO ABOUT THE HUDUD MOTHER FUCKER SCANDAL-TAINTED MCA PRESIDENT CHUA SOI LEK

“Under Najib’s leadership, women are given priority. This is why the opposition are scared,” she explained, adding that she understands the desires of women completely as a woman, mother, wife and leader “just as how you all understand what I am going through”.
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NAJIB ILLUSIONIST FAME IS VERY ELUSIVE MR UNACCOUNTABLE VS MS CIVIL SOCIETY

A study has revealed that an understanding male partner, who can communicate and listen well, is more likely to give his female partner an orgasm. 

The US study, which is the first to find a solid relationship between mental well-being and sexual pleasure, looked at three qualities, self-esteem, autonomy and empathy. 

These were compared to three measures of sexual pleasure: regularity of orgasm, enjoyment of receiving oral sex and enjoyment of performing oral sex. 

The team from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that sexual enjoyment in women was consistently linked to an empathetic male partner. 

They found that when men were responsive and cared it set up a “feedback cycle” which increased a woman’s pleasure. 

The results also indicated that among women, self-esteem and the feeling of autonomy increased levels of sexual enjoyment. 

These developmental assets may be more important to young women’s sexual pleasure since they help them break down impediments to sexual communication and exploration,” the Daily Mail quoted lead researcher Adena Galinsky as saying.
“I don’t know about Zuraida, but I believe every woman, mother and wife understands me and are crying with me,” she added.
Shahrizat warned the opposition not to take her or her division for granted.
“30 years I have served in Umno, and I am still strong. Women, the more they age the stronger they become,” she said.
“Do not think I am weak. I face challenges and hardship. I am not a leader of fair times, I am a leader of hard times.”
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ANTI-ISLAM AND THE 3 RASCALS DR HASAN ALI CHUA SOI LEK KMMA’S SYED IBRAHIM

By Mohd Ikhram Merican
“How shall a man escape from his ancestors, or draw off from his veins the black drop which he drew from his father’s or mother’s life?” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
For some time now I’ve felt that the Indian Muslim or Mamak community at large suffers from a pitiful cultural and identity crisis. Being a Muslim of Indian origin, I have first-hand experience with the dilemma afflicting this community that has contributed so much to the culture, politics, and economy of Malaysia for well over a few centuries. I also worry that so many members of this, my community, are shedding their identity by becoming over-zealous converts.
Some of the offensive and snide remarks by an individual with clear Indian ancestry at the on-going UMNO General Assembly have motivated me to finally pen this letter.
My ancestral beginnings in Malaysia start with my great-grandfather, K.K Daud, in Penang in the early 20th century; although I suspect earlier generations were already making trade excursions to the Malay Peninsula. My grandfather, D Mohamed Ibraheem, born in India, was brought to study at the Methodist Boys School in Penang. He was a scholar, a sportsman, and a gentleman. These exact traits, decades later, were to become my obligation at my Alma Mater, the Victoria Institution.
My grandfather was a linguist of sorts. He learned Latin, was sufficiently proficient in Malay, and a master in English and Tamil. All of his children bore a combination of Tamil and Muslim names, a testament to his pride as a Tamilian and an unashamed celebration of his Indian roots. He worked hard, contributed to Penang’s economy, was a well respected member of his community, and raised a good family. For all intents and purposes, he was well assimilated into the fabric of Penangite society. He did not have to shed his cultural identity to do this.
My father and his generation, like their preceding generations, spoke excellent Tamil. Most of them were privileged to have an English education. A significant number of them have gone on to becoming prominent captains of industry in Malaysia and abroad. None of them coveted handouts from the government or needed to shake-off their “Indian-ess” to progress in Malaysia. It was never an option. Their parents worked hard to educate them.
My generation does not speak Tamil as well as the previous generations. Most of us speak English or Malay. Suddenly it has become important to be seen as practicing Malay culture. Article 160 of the Constitution states that a “Malay” is a person who professes the religion of Islam, habitually speaks the Malay language, conforms to Malay custom and –
  1. was before Merdeka Day born in the Federation or in Singapore or born of parents one of whom was born in the Federation or in Singapore, or was on that day domiciled in the Federation or in Singapore; or
  2. is the issue of such a person;
Many Indian Muslims have used or would like to use this provision to “convert”.
I have no disrespect for the Malay culture which is beautiful. We can all learn a thing or two from Malay adat. However, I do hold a grudge against the deliberate extermination of one’s own heritage. I further find it offensive when Indian Muslims, in their eagerness to convert, use Machiavellian means to identify themselves as Malay. It demonstrates a lack of dignity and self-worth.
Naturally, I feel sick when I read of the charades of UMNO politicians, academicians, and community leaders masquerading as Malays, spewing hatred against other races, sometimes against their own roots. Even when they’re challenged as to their real identity, they shamelessly defend their false Malay roots. For some, Tamil is still spoken in whispers, in the privacy of their homes, like it were a “dirty” parlance.
Why? For special rights? For economic handouts? My grandfather worked very, very hard for providence. So did the men of his generation. The early Indian Muslim traders who came to these shores were an industrious lot who earned their bread. They contributed to Malaysia’s rich heritage without becoming cultural orphans. They cherished their roots. Hardship and experience polished them. It earned them monopolies in certain trades that last till today. 
This legacy is being destroyed. A culture and heritage is disappearing only to be replaced by a false sense of security. In the process, the Indian Muslims are offending not only their own race and the Chinese, but many Malays too. In the long run, we as a community will isolate ourselves from our roots and the nation in which we want so much to assimilate with.
I am a supporter of Affirmative Action, even though I worry that there is too much dirty politics associated with it.  Firstly, the % of reservations must keep reducing over a period of time. So if we today have 50% reservations for , that number must keep coming down with time. The reduction may well Read more … Read more

TULUKACHI AND THE GOVERNMENT’S COW LIES AND THE LOST PRIDE OF THE INDIAN MUSLIMS“DISTINGUISHED ANCESTORS SHED A POWERFUL LIGHT ON THEIR DESCENDANTS, AND FORBID THE CONCEALMENT EITHER OF THEIR MERITS OR OF THEIR DEMERITS. – GAIUS SALLUSTIUS CRISPUS

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