Nazri’s “Blow Job” in Parliament


by Martin Jalleh
1 November 2012

The Prime Minister has often preached about new winds of change and transformation blowing through Umno and into the country. There would be reform to deal corruption a deadly blow.

He has a very dependable Minister in his department who makes up for his frequent absence in Parliament, one who is very adept at blowing in the wind in the august House, i.e., providing answers that are as intangible (in meaning) as the wind – Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz.

Nazri Aziz is also reputed for blowing a fuse and spewing caustic invective when he finds himself in an intellectual and logical void and when all sense and sensibility deserts him in parliament.

He blows his cool when challenged and when his trademark nonsense is made bare. Similarly, when his theatrics, temper tantrums, threats and taunts fail, he blows off steam, accompanied by low blows.

Occasionally, Parliament hears Nazri’s own blown up importance, the latest being his loud declaration and reminder to the Opposition that he is the “number one” minister of law – and of course, he knows everything about the law.

When the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) scandal made it into the pages of the Auditor-General’s 2010 Report for failing to meet production targets, the Government and Umno must have thought that it would soon blow over. The people will forget.

But PKR’s strategic director Rafizi Ramli refused to allow it to blow itself out! He called on the government to act swiftly and sternly but the powers that be together with the enforcement agencies, preferred to blow hot and cold!

Najib’s initial response in Parliament over the scandal was that “production will soon increase”. The Agriculture Minister Noh bin Omar even called the project a “success”! Khairy Jamaluddin and Muhyiddin Yassin came up with justifications for the scandal that blew one’s mind!

Rafizi Ramli realized that the Government chose to blow cold on the scandal. Bolehland would have to wait till the cows come home before any serious action was taken! He released the very details of NFC’s offences and criminal improprieties – bit by bit, blow by blow!

The NFC scandal blew up in the Government’s face. It must have wished if only it could blow to smithereens the glaring and embarrassing evidence, like some people did to a poor lady six years ago!

NCF had blown a great part of the RM250 million of taxpayer’s money by using soft government loans meant to develop the cattle project to buy luxury apartments, expensive overseas trips and a Mercedes-Benz CLS-Class.

It was very evident that Najib and his Government blew it! It had dealt itself a severe blow to its credibility and integrity, But in a move that blew everyone’s mind, instead of acting swiftly and severely against the culprits in NFC, the Government chose to exact revenge on Rafizi Ramli.

In its continued justification of such a shameless act, the self-proclaimed “number one” minister of law was in Parliament recently blowing smoke with a lecture on the difference between “whistleblowers and “trumpet-blowers”.

Whilst blowing his own trumpet, Nazri implied that Rafizi was a “trumpet-blower” and was not accorded protection under the Whistleblower Protection Act (WPA) 2010. In other words, if you blow the whistle to parties outside of (Government) enforcement agencies you will be not be given protection!

Nazri also warned opposition MPs, whom he said “were fond of exposing sensitive information”, to read the Officials Secrets Act (OSA) and the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (BAFIA) carefully so that they would not take a wrong step and be charged in court for it. Alas, why have a WPA when the Government, its cronies and cohorts, are “protected” by the OSA and the BAFIA?

Little did Nazri realize that he was indirectly highlighting the common and open secret – that the Government has all along been blowing a lot of hot air with its WPA, passed in December 2010 which the Government claimed was meant to encourage more to expose corrupt activities!

Upon closer scrutiny, the WPA is just one of those false (and faulty) progressive laws promoted by the PM (and Nazri). The political persecution of Rafizi Ramli who played a sterling role in blowing the lid on the litany of gross abuses by Shahrizat Abdul Jalil’s family marks a serious blow to the purported anti-corruption campaign launched by the PM.

Nazri may smirk all he wants in Parliament but he is helping to “blow” this government away, come the next General Election!

(1 Nov. 2012)

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  1. #1 by Bigjoe on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 1:58 pm

    I am quite sure they had discussed these fact even when they were proposing the WPA.

    When will people get – Najib cheats, he cheated in school, he cheated in his career, he cheated his family, he cheated the country (possibly even complicity to TREASON!) – HE simply is a CHEATER…

  2. #2 by TheWrathOfGrapes on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 2:03 pm

    Nazri should learn from Cecelia Sue or Monica Lewinsky.

  3. #3 by omeqiu on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 5:32 pm

    I don’t like the heading of this blog. “Blow Job” is an exclusively copyright of MCA President. As an MCA member, can I sue?

  4. #4 by monsterball on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 6:37 pm

    Nazri blow jobs….blowing in the wind…blowing hot & cold foul air…blowing all over….to cool off hot pots and pants..build up to boil his son…his chosen friends.
    That is his circus act….and so are people like Hisham..the Alis…all have their special circus acts.
    Ring leaders..Najib’s act…is Santa Clause.
    MCA are nothing but shoe shine boys and pimps to their masters.

  5. #5 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 8:26 pm

    Listen.
    When the Nazi does a blow-job, the world listens.

    This blows job is like drinking nitrogen with a tequila slammer. It blows out the stomach and intestines too. And spills, spills…. the beans…. the sh#it…

    It makes you puke when the Nazi tells you he is not gay. He doesn’t sc#rew his son. He does not sleep around like a man and wife. He can even get justifiably angry becos this is no NFC-er. Of course, he admits BN bungled big-time with an NFC scandal. But Nazi’s is not a scandal. It is holy sh#it.

  6. #6 by ENDANGERED HORNBILL on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 9:49 pm

    There are lawes and there are legislative louts.

    Legislative louts are BN loudd-mouths who do great blow jobs with taxpayers money.

  7. #7 by Bunch of Suckers on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 9:53 pm

    He did/ does more than that! He licks, he kisses, he sucks, he strokes, he twists, he hugs, he swings, he…..

  8. #8 by monsterball on Thursday, 1 November 2012 - 10:46 pm

    Rafizi Ramli is doing a fantastic job exposing corruptions…without fear for his life.
    He reminds me so much of Lim Kit Siang.
    Now LKS can sit back and enjoy Ramli’s work.
    Rambli exposed Shahrikat….and her defense is that she does not know what her husband and son are dong on a project…falling directly on the Ministry she was holding.
    Nazri keep defending Micheal Chia…on the RM40 million fiasco.
    Exposed by Rafizi Ramli…his very son owns cars worth millions given by Chia….Nazri said same defense…he does not know what his son is doing…and not his business.
    Then….out of nothing…Nazri said he traveled to Dubai with Micheal Chia.
    It is like a corrupted Judge…defending one charged for money laundering…when the said Judge…should announce he cannot sit as the Judge for knowing the culprit. That’s dignity and lawful way.
    Nazri brags he is very popular..like Hollywood film star and Ramli is not even an elected parliamentarian.
    That’s how these Umno B rouges and thieves are talking….mumbling and grumbling..utterly nonsense.
    It’s their guilty sub-conscience that makes them talk that way.

  9. #9 by Noble House on Friday, 2 November 2012 - 1:35 am

    There is nothing so stupid as the educated man if you get him off the thing he was educated in. When ignorance gets started it knows no bounds.

  10. #10 by Godfather on Friday, 2 November 2012 - 1:55 pm

    If you have enough money in this country, you can be prosecutor, judge and jury – all in one.

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