Saturday, November 19, 2011

Between Fidlot and Pakatan Rakyat's 'jenglots'

It's now clear (at least) that there was no element of fraudulent or any sign of failure at the government's National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) as claimed by the Opposition. While IGP Ismail Omar gave his assurance that the police was still investigating the allegation, all parties were advised to stop making any speculation.

Pity Shahrizat for being the subject of political attack by the Pakatan Rakyat. Although she denied any hanky-panky in the deal, nobody seemed to believe her, including some BN backbenchers who found some 'personal advantage' in it.

Only a few stood for Shahrizat, especially Umno youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin who said the allegations against the government and Shahrizat were 'a wild political attack' and 'weak in terms of facts'.

First, their accusation that NFC was given 5,000 acres (2,023 ha) of land in Gemas, Negri Sembilan, for free is false. NFC has never been given that much land. As an integrator of Pusat Fidlot Negara (PFN), KJ said it was offered 1,500 acres on lease by the Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Incorporated (MBI), and this was confirmed by the Menteri Besar himself.

This means the land is not just 70 per cent smaller as claimed but it is also on lease.

So, the claims that raw beef from the farm was sold to major restaurants in Singapora, namely Meatworks, Senor Santos and Brawn were also unfounded because any imports of raw beef to Singapore is impossible because the Republic prohibits the import of raw beef from Peninsular Malaysia due to fear of foot and mouth disease.

And again, the Opposition 'jenglots' who made the allegations did not do any homework to support their claim.

The NFC project also did not fail to reach its target under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP), which is 60,000 cattle a year although it only started in late 2008, a two-year delay after the commencement of the 9MP.

In fact, it was stated on page 138 of the Auditor-General's 2010 Report that the target of producing 8,000 cows in 2010 was achieved.

And the government did not hide anything pertaining to the RM250 million soft loan for NFC. Actually, not all of the amount paid for NFC's usage but the Opposition made the allegation based on NFC's financial report for Dec 31, 2009 which was already outdated.

Looks like the Opposition is losing much ammo in this 'campaign against the government'. Their jenglots (or their living dead) are all over to continue belittling the government and undermining all development policies.

I think this 'jenglots' should go speak to the 'lembu' at Fidlot for the whole truth!

Also read Rocky's Bru...


18 comments:

Tun Faisal Ismail bin Aziz said...

good article bro, pinjam. tq :)

Condo said...

Err... you left the condo issue mate.

Anonymous said...

I think KJ should be made Minister. Other UMNO Miniaters have no egg to defend their colleagues.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha. this article is laughable.

Anonymous said...

Tak payah le tegakkan benang yang basah.

Terus kata saje duit rakyat islah duit kerajaan ialah duit UMNO.

Pi mampos siapa yang nak soal banyak sangat.

kuchai said...

there are always cover up in cases like this. why did her hubby take so long to explain?

another thing - kj is believed to have some interest in the business, right (in bru).

so, i believe while the police investigates, all proofs to implicate shahrizat will be eliminated!

clarke gable said...

biasa la, bro.

its the opp duty to find flaws here and there in the govt. they think they are clean enough... bastard!

penangan said...

salam,
tak berani nak kata apa. ada bau2 taik kat sini, bang.

biarlah polis siasat sampai abis dulu

Anonymous said...

now, the jenglots will have to proof that they are right.

however, i think they will go on pursuing this matter.

asshole lots!

lipas kudung said...

moooooooooooooooo!


moooooooooo!

moooooooooooooooooooooo!!

(terjemahan bahasa lembu - padan muka pakatan rakyat! bodoh punya orang! tak guna satu sen!)

Anonymous said...

i am not convinced. the only thing i am sure of is the import of beef by singapore, which is still prohibited. kj got it right but the whole story about shahrizat still brings more doubts about her...

Anonymous said...

The question is why did the company take so long to respond - not until TSMY himself has made the call and not until Shahrizat has faced a barrage of attacks from all sides including BN backbenchers.

Unless the account is in a mess or the company has nothing to hide, the issue should have been nibbed in the bud.

The public is still not fully convinced particularly on the purchase (or so-called investment) on the condos. The general perception of the public is, by coming out too late to give a press statement, to facilitate a breathing space and ample time for the company to concoct the figures to suit its needs.

To me the damage is done and the impact will be on Shahrizat though she may not be directly connected to NFC.

And don't blame PR as the company itself has created its own problems.

pro-Pakatan Rakyat said...

lambang barisan nasional patut tukar kepada lembu je...

dah tau wujud benda tak betul, masih nak tutup jugak!

Anonymous said...

moloh punya olang. lumbu punya hat pun mau galoh.

apsat mau jaga lumbu? talak untung.

pelihala babi laaaa, selupa saya. manyak untung!

Anonymous said...

Two days ago, the NFCorp executive chairman Datuk Seri Dr. Mohamad Salleh Ismail finally broke the 23-day silence of NFCorp but instead of being the last word to end the raging RM300 million NFC scandal, Salleh has opened up a Pandora’s Box raising even more questions waiting to be answered.

For instance, although Salleh claimed that NFCorp started in 2009, in actual fact it was offered to be the NFC Integrator on 27th October 2006 and as stated by the website of Real Food Company (one of the subsidiaries of NFCorp) on the launching of Gemas Gold Meats as Malaysia’s “premium brand of quality meats”

“A range of chilled beef products wholly produced by National Feedlot Corporation (NFC), Gemas Gold Meats has been penetrating into the market since 2008 under the house brand of NFC. This was done while building operations integrity, gain consumer confidence and establish a larger customer base.”

Salleh disputed the Auditor General’s 2010 Report which criticised the NFC as “a mess”, pointing out that it had failed to achieve the 2010 production target of 8,000 head of cattle – with only 3,289 head of cattle or 41.1 per cent of the target set.

Anonymous said...

You're a fucking clown. Seriously, do you even believe this bullshit you're trying to spin? A true umno dick you are

Anonymous said...

Do you honestly believe there is nothing wrong with the whole thing?
May Allah guide you.

TheMoLe said...

Mana boleh bagi suami sendiri projek berjuta duit rakyat? Kalau hang bayar cukai hang tau la rasa...ke hang dah cukup kaya tak kisah ke mana duit cukai.