The “moderation” plank pitched by our Prime Minister is a cruel joke.
His wife Rosmelda must have thousands of dresses. Please do a Google image search. In each photo she’s wearing a different expensive dress.
She has told us that her tailoring fee is RM500 per baju kurung and that does not yet count the cost of the cloth/material.
And then, her countless handbags are perfectly colour-coordinated to her clothes.
The picture below was reproduced in the New York Times recently, by the way
(This crocodile skin Hermes Birkin handbag retails at a jaw-dropping price.)
From the photo montage – ‘How many handbags does she need?‘ – it looks like Rosmelda has several of these crocodile skin ones and also a separate collection of leather handbags in, or resembling, the Birkin design.
I’ll bet her branded shoes are shelved wall-to-wall too. If her dresses are in the thousands, how many pairs of shoes then in order to perfectly colour coordinate, eh? If you’ll go back to my previous posting, you can see that her match-up between dress and handbag is not just by colour but nailed down to precise colour tone.
Rosmelda’s watches appear to be diamond encrusted.
And we mustn’t forget her bling-blings – the rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces. Now don’t tell us that the wife of the PM with “legacy family assets” is wearing mere costume jewellery. I must take it that the rocks decorating the person of Rosmelda are the real McCoy.
The New York Times recently (8 Feb 2015) reported :
The prime minister’s office said, “Neither any money spent on travel, nor any jewelry purchases, nor the alleged contents of any safes are unusual for a person of the prime minister’s position, responsibilities and legacy family assets.”
So PMO is saying that Najib can well afford the out-of-this-world cost of Rosmelda’s hair-to-toe beauty therapy. But it still doesn’t take away from the jarring note between the Moderation he preaches and the extreme spending of his shopaholic wife.
How dare the PM preach moderation and tell us that the price of kangkung is affordable when his spouse – who describes herself as a “housewife” – is so immoderate in her # lifestyle.
Najib’s ‘moderation’ campaign should go into the rubbish bin where it belongs.