‘Terrorist’ WSJ attacking Malaysia

 |Sep 13, 2016
Vell Paari also questions how much WSJ is being paid to attack our country and claims the US media could have been paid a minimum of USD 20 - 30 million to bring down the Malaysian economy.
Vell Paari also questions how much WSJ is being paid to attack our country and claims the US media could have been paid a minimum of USD 20 – 30 million to bring down the Malaysian economy.

American media Wall Street Journal (WSJ) continuous attack on Malaysia is labeled as a form of terrorist attack by MIC treasurer general S Vell Paari.

Vell Paari also questions how much WSJ is being paid to attack our country and claims the US media could have been paid a minimum of USD 20 – 30 million to bring down the Malaysian economy.

He also further queried ‘Who could be behind WSJ to launch attacks on Malaysia?.

“This must be no other than the crony tycoons of this country who have enjoyed unrivalled opportunities from the previous Prime Minister.

“It seems they have lost this special treatment from the current Prime Minister. The PM’s leadership is considered bad business for some tycoons.

“If WSJ thinks that someone is not on the take they can sue me as what former newsmen A. Kadir Jasin always like to demand the Prime Minister to do.” said Vell Paari to Malaysia Outlook.

WSJ bankrupt of ideas

Vell Paari further slammed WSJ calling them ‘bankrupt of ideas’ for keep churning out old stories that has resorted to cheap personal attacks to gain popularity by running prime minister wife Rosmah Mansor’s stories.

Lately, WSJ published a story accusing Rosmah spending USD 6 million on her credit card in a span of 7 to 8 years is nothing short of a lie.

“I would not be suprised that after this WSJ would then come out with an expose that the USD 600 million from the Saudi Royal government was actually channeled into Rosmah’s credit card account.

“Because that is what WSJ does best. It writes fiction.” added Vell Paari.

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