A little while back, pro-government blogs rvealed Pakatan Rakyat's election strategy which was leaked by internal source of the party. If readers still remember, few of PR's main strategies for the coming election was to attack Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor by saying that she spends too much, arrogant and has a bad attitude.
Even though the strategy was leaked, PR still uses it because they simply ran out of valid issues to attack the government. So, Datin Seri Rosmah became their main issue which was played by the opposition's media even though there was no issue at all.
Recently, newspaper Suara Keadilan once again recycled their lies when they stated that Datin Seri Rosmah went shopping again and used rakyat's money. Not regretting that their lie on the RM24 million ring story which was then mistaken for an exhibition, now PR has reduced the value of their lie to RM2.5 million on Datin Seri Rosmah's watch and RM500,000 for a pair of her earrings, like what was published on the back of Suara Keadilan's newspaper.
The weird thing is that at the 31st page of the newspaper, the facts went the other way round when it stated,"Rosmah was reported to have put on earrings worth RM2.5 million and watch valued at between RM350,000 to RM500,000.”
The weirder thing was when PR's alternative media, only the watch came to question. They did not mention anything about any earrings.
These 'mixed facts' enough to show that the story was simply made up.
Perhaps they are scared that the story might be wrong because Datin Seri Rosmah has never spent that much money before just for a watch. But she did admit that she did receive a luxury watch from one of her visits overseas, just like any other VIPs.
This should not have been turned to an issue because even a former convict like Anwar Ibrahim admitted that he did receive the Omega watch from certain people.
PR's demand in asking Datin Seri Rosmah to announce her asset is funny because even PR's leader refuse to announce any asset even though it is in question such as Azmin Ali's Ferrari or the money used by Anwar and his family to travel overseas dozens of time each year.
If they are saying that Datin Seri Rosmah is using rakyat's money for her spendings, then what about the PR leader? Are they living their luxury life via Selangor's money? Or Soros'? Or Jewish money?
BN has never administer the country by applying PR's method where they would mix personal, politics and state government's issues into one. The proof, the country's economy is in a very stable state. There is no way this country got get such record if the financial state is not well managed.
Thus, the strategy to tarnish the image of Datin Seri Rosmah is a very stupid strategy. This only shows that BN has been working hard that PR has no issue to play that they went to the extend of creating issues which is insignificant when it comes to facing the coming election.
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