Datuk Seri S. Vell Paari
Malaysia Economic Saboteurs committed act of Treason
1. I refer to the shocking revelation made by Prime Minster Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak this morning where the Prime Minister confirmed that Malaysia almost lost a huge investment from Saudi Aramco due to the unpatriotic attitude of certain people who channelled incorrect information on Malaysia to the Saudi Arabian oil company.(Source: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/03/18/najib-unpatriotic-attitude-of-some-almost-cost-malaysia-huge-investment/)
2. This heinous act of treason against our beloved country must be condemned by all Malaysians and must never be tolerated. This act is a new form of terrorism where these economic saboteurs are trying to destroy the country economically and not by terror. In fact, it could be that these unpatriotic Malaysians are being funded by enemies of the state locally and internationally to destroy this country so that certain businessman and political leaders can benefit from it. We have seen how local politicians uses international news media like The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and obtain funds from billionaire like George Soros in an attempt to cripple the country.
3. I urge the police to take note the seriousness of this issue and based on the Prime Minister's statement, Malaysia nearly lost billions of dollars worth of investment due to this irresponsible parties who are hell bent in destroying the country just to meet their objectives and agenda.
4. I have said it before and will say it again. These economic saboteurs who provided false information to Saudi Aramco just to sabotage the investment of Saudi Aramco in Malaysia must be caught, investigated, brought to court and charged for their crimes. The actions by this irresponsible people are tantamount to treason and they shall be charged accordingly for their crimes.
5. It has to be remembered that previously, DAP’s Mengkibol assemblyman Tan Hong Ping had accompanied some Pengerang residents to Taiwan to protest against Taiwan state-owned Kuokuang Petrochemical Technology Company (KPTC) participation in the Pengerang Integrated Petrochemical Complex (PIPC) project. One month after the protest in Taiwan by DAP and its supporters, KPTC pulled out of the Pengerang project citing "changes in the macro environment of the industry as a main reason" (Source: http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/08/16/taiwan-firm-scraps-rm35b-pengerang-project/)
6. Based on the above, the main question now is who are these ungrateful and irresponsible Malaysians that tried very hard to sabotage the Saudi Aramco investment in Malaysia but failed miserably? We do not need a rocket scientist to guess this correctly.