“WHO, THEN, IS GREEDY? — THE ONE WHO DOES NOT REMAIN CONTENT WITH SELF SUFFICIENCY. WHO IS THE ONE WHO DEPRIVES OTHERS LIKE IN PKR TO DESTROY PKR AT ANY COST INSTIGATE PEOPLE TO GO ?
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The Malaysian government should revoke its colonial-era law criminalizing consensual sexual acts between people of the same sex, Human Rights Watch said today. The authorities should drop their criminal case alleging consensual “sodomy” against opposition leader and former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim, who is awaiting the verdict in his trial that began in February … Read more
NAJIB WHY DID ALTANTUYA HAVE TO DIE? CORRUPT POLITICAL LEADERSHIP DOES NOT ATTRACTIVE MEN OF OUTSTANDING INTEGRITY; NEITHER CAN IT BE EXPECTED
faced honorary consul of mongolia: altantuya’s father gave all the pictures, notebooks, films, computer files – to the double faced syed rahman Despite the outcome of this expose in the near future being not very encouraging, take heart, cos even kids are well versed with the ultimate outcome of Najis. After the murder of Altantuya, …Read more
The Perkasa chief today described the ex-employee a “non-Malay” Najib go hang your self
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A former National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp) employee, who is alleged to have leaked the company’s financial records, was fired for stealing RM2.7 million in cash and will soon face criminal charges, Datuk Ibrahim Ali said today.
The Perkasa chief said the “non-Malay” marketing executive, who was in charge of collecting cash payments from the NFCorp’s clients, had squirreled away RM10,000 to RM20,000 daily before he was caught by company accountants.
NFCorp chairman Datuk Seri Mohamad Salleh Ismail subsequently lodged a police report and sacked the employee in question.
“It turns out before this Datuk Salleh had two non-Malay employees. They handled RM150,000 in cash every day. One of these employees siphoned off the money,” Ibrahim told reporters at Hotel Putra here.
He further alleged that the employee then stole the company’s cashbook as revenge for the dismissal and may have sold it to PKR, which led to the charge against the scandal-tainted NFCorp.
The marketing executive will be charged in court soon for embezzling company funds, Ibrahim added.
The Malay rights leader said this after a meeting called by Salleh to brief Perkasa and 11 other NGOs on the allegations involving NFCorp.
Ibrahim also said the cashbook given to PKR by the whistleblower was only “half the story” as it did not state the reasons for each expenditure by the company.
He stressed, however, that he was not taking anyone’s side and that he would leave it to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and the police to carry out a proper investigation into NFCorp’s finances.
The publicly funded NFCorp hit national headlines following last year’s Auditor-General’s Report, and has continued to hog the limelight after it was linked to federal minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil’s family.
Salleh, who heads NFCorp, is Shahrizat’s husband. Their three children also hold directorships in the company.
PKR has since made several revelations relating to the scandal, including NFC’s purchase of two luxury condominium units in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, and the alleged use of project funds to pay for Shahrizat’s and her family’s personal expenses.
The opposition party has also alleged that Shahrizat’s family used nearly RM600,000 of the NFC project funds to settle their credit card bills in 2009.
But NFC’s management has maintained that the credit card expenses were solely for business purposes.
It has also denied allegations that funds from the RM250-million government loan were channelled into its accounts before the loan agreement was signed.
Shahrizat applied for three weeks’ leave from her duties two weeks ago after new allegations of bribery surfaced in the NFC project.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced last week that the government would appoint an auditor to scrutinise NFC’s books in light of PKR’s accusations.
“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”
SUING IN COURT
Abdul Jalil over the scandal surrounding her family’s business, the National Feedlot Corporation. One or two colleagues called for her to step down, but the overwhelming majority stood by her and castigated the Opposition for exposing the scandal.
This begs the question: Can UMNO change? As the major party in the Barisan Nasional (BN) government, can it truly stand up for other races as well, and work for their well-being? Can it stay clear of corrupt practices? Can it stop dishing out favours and projects to party leaders and their cronies? Can it save Malaysia from financial meltdown or will it rather bleed our coffers dry?
The online news website The Malaysian Insider sums it up eloquently: “UMNO looks set to win the polls in the next general election but yet looks woefully ill-equipped to lead a multi-racial country. … One expects delegates to articulate a vision to continue its previous success but that did not happen. Instead, delegates harped on age-old themes of having their culture and faith eroded by political foes taking over the country. That they are the only guarantee of faith and culture. What about the economy? What about the reforms? What about Malaysia? … Everything is centred around UMNO… But they didn’t articulate the vision for continued success. … Instead, everyone is at fault except those in UMNO.”
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