Sunday, April 05, 2020

Anti-Yamseng mob against Heineken ops under MCO


Bersatu Youth up in arms over beer factory operating during MCO

with his very fancy sounding name, I wonder whether he's an Arab or a mamak? 

CORONAVIRUS | Bersatu Youth has demanded Putrajaya explain why it allowed a beer factory to operate during the movement control order (MCO).

Bersatu Youth information chief Ulya Aqamah Husamudin (above) and the wing's religious affairs exco Abu Hafiz Salleh Hudin, in a joint statement, zoomed in on Heineken Malaysia after its approval letter from the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry went viral on social media.

"According to the National Security Council's guidelines, only 10 essential services and critical sectors are allowed to operate during the MCO.

"Does the government consider beer and alcoholic drinks, which are clearly haram (forbidden), essential or critical?" they asked.

They then contrasted this with businesses run by the bumiputera community.

"Thousands of halal businesses owned by the bumiputera have been impacted by Covid-19 and the MCO, particularly for small and medium enterprises.

"Why was an exemption given to Heineken's beer factory when it is clearly a haram business? Is it because the company has links to people with interest?

fluid is essential to human beings and there are such Malaysians (eg. kaytee), no doubt non-Muslims, who have to survive from dehydration, wakakaka

so stop tokking kok against the interests of other Malaysians

"Bersatu Youth demands an explanation on the matter. It is not nice when a Malay Muslim government gives an advantage to a company that sells products that is haram in the eyes of Islam," they said.

This is after the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry, in a letter to Heineken dated March 31, agreed that the alcoholic beverages producer was a food supply operator and therefore can operate during the partial lockdown.


Good news for Heineken lovers, wakakaka.


  1. Covid-19 has been documented to infect the brain in unusual cases.

    Looks like the case here.

    All the known such cases in China were fatal, and the patients reportedly suffered a very painful illness as well as insanity before they died.

    1. Seriously ? Oh wow...scary. Need to find the report about this...

  2. These people are sick,dumb and have nothing useful to do in their lives except complain.My advice to them is to jump into the nearest bushes and jerk it out.Ask them in their whole miserable lives have they never tasted beers and Johnny Walker?One of the worst religious fakes and hypocrites.

  3. Here is the explanation:

    Beer must be classified as food, essential to produce locally, therefore by extension also permissible to import. A letter from the National Security Council (NSC) confirming this will suffice.

    And who got the lesen for those import duty stickers on every bottle of beer/wine/liquor? How else to "cari makan"?

    But this Bersatu guy upset that UMNO got the "makan" ha ha ha..

    Hishammuddin denies involvement in brother's cigarettes and liquor concessions

    Cynthia Blemin


    October 16, 2014

    KUALA LUMPUR: Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein, whose brother, Datuk Haris Onn Hussein had recently won a multi-million ringgit security-labelling concession contracts for liquor, has denied having any knowledge or connection with his brother’s business.

    "I don't have knowledge and [have] no connection at all as to what my brother does. If there is something, ask him to answer. I will not defend him if he is wrong," Hishamuddin told reporters at Parliament today.

    Hishammuddin was responding to news reports that opposition lawmaker Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua had questioned how Lembah Sari Sdn Bhd, a company controlled by Haris – who is also the cousin to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak – managed to get the RM77 million security labelling contract without an open tender from the Royal Malaysian Customs.

    Hishammuddin stressed that neither he nor his family, including his brother Haris, has received any contracts from the ministries which he had led in the past.

    "I have no connections. There is no conflict of interest. He (Haris) has not benefitted," he said, but added that he could not stop them from making a living as it would be “wrong”.

    It was previously reported by The Edge Financial Daily that Lembah Sari was awarded the contract to design, print, store, supply and distribute banderols (tax stamps) for liquor (including beer) between 2014 and 2019 from Customs on July 21.

    Lembah Sari has also previously taken over a security-labelling concession for locally and imported cigarettes in 2006 - also without an open tender - from Kod Efisien Sdn Bhd, three years after Kod Efisien got it from Customs.

    And also:

    1. This is also another form of wealth distribution. Hurray

  4. Carlsberg now singing....