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So, Rafizi lied about the RM24 million diamond ring after all

August 11, 2018 9:37 AM
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Rafizi Ramli wants to be the next Deputy President of PKR. According to what Rafizi told his people, he has the support of Anwar Ibrahim and Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail who are very upset with Azmin Ali because of his alliance with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

However, a new revelation has just surfaced that proves Rafizi lied about the RM24 million diamond ring that Rosmah Mansor is supposed to have bought. Both Jacob and Co. and Abu Kassim Mohamed have revealed that Rosmah did not buy that ring as Rafizi alleged.

This is not the first time that Rafizi has spread fitnah. It appears that this is Rafizi’s full-time job, to spread fitnah. This is not the type of person who should be accepted as a leader, in particular the Deputy President of PKR. Undoubtedly, Azmin Ali is going to win the deputy presidency.

This case is similar to what Tian Chua did in the past when he published a photograph of Najib Tun Razak, Razak Baginda and Altantuya Shaariibuu having dinner on top of the Eiffel Tower. The photograph was later proven to be fake and Tian Chua sheepishly admitted it was actually doctored and he did it just as a joke.

The problem with such ‘jokes’ is millions of people, especially Chinese, believe the photograph is real and even when you later admit it is fake or doctored they still believe it is real and not fake.

The French Police and Interpol have even stated that Najib, Razak Baginda and Altantuya never entered France at any time during the period of 2002 to 2006. So how could they have had dinner on top of the Eiffel Tower? Still, Malaysians believe the story that Najib, Razak Baginda and Altantuya had dinner on top of the Eiffel Tower.

And the same goes with the new revelation on the RM24 million diamond ring. Jacob and Co. and Abu Kassim say that Rosmah never bought a RM24 million diamond ring. But many people, especially Chinese, still believe Rosmah did buy that RM24 million ring in spite of this new revelation.

I can understand lowly-educated Malay fishermen, farmers and Felda settlers believing in lies and fake news. But how come Chinese who receive a far superior Chinese school education can also get fooled so easily? Are Chinese schools really that superior after all if they breed a whole generation of idiots?

When Lim Guan Eng says Barisan Nasional stole RM18 billion of the GST money they believe it.

When Mahathir says Najib stole RM42 billion of 1MDB’s money they believe it.

When Tony Pua says the super-yacht, Equanimity, was brought with 1MDB’s money they believe it.

When Pakatan Harapan says once the GST is abolished and is replaced with the SST the cost of living will drop drastically they believe it.

When Pakatan Harapan says the price of petrol will be reduced to RM1.50 per litre once Malaysia’s RM1 trillion debts have all been fully paid off (even though there is not a single country in the world that is debt-free) they believe it.

When Mahathir says the salaries of the 1.4 million civil servants will be increased once Malaysia’s RM1 trillion debts have all been fully paid off (even though there is not a single country in the world that is debt-free) they believe it.

When Pakatan Harapan says the minimum wage will be set at RM1,500 a month once Malaysia’s RM1 trillion debts have all been fully paid off (even though there is not a single country in the world that is debt-free) they believe it.

When Pakatan Harapan says Malaysia’s debts are RM1 trillion and not merely RM600 billion because contingent liabilities and guarantees must also be taken as ‘debts’ they believe it.

When Pakatan Harapan says Malaysians are now living in the ‘New’ Malaysia, which is different from the ‘Old’ Malaysia they believe it (even though Muslim girls still cannot marry Hindu boys and Malays cannot drink, eat pork, enter into gay marriages, or engage in extramarital sex and commit adultery).

Source: malaysia-today.net

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