Ummi Hafilda, the sister of PKR’s Deputy President Azmin Ali has joined the campaign bashing trail of Anwar Ibrahim and Azmin Ali at Merlimau. Did she come on the campaign trail on her own accord, or was she invited to campaign for a certain political party, is anyone’s guess. But by the tone of her campaign, it is obvious that she is out to discredit and demolish the opposition and in particular Anwar Ibrahim and his brother Azmin Ali.
What was the reason for dragging her into this campaign? What is it in the mind of Ummi to even discredit her own sibling? Is she insane or what? If she has been dragged into the campaign trail by a certain political party, why use the uncultured method of bad mouthing people? Is this the behaviour that we want to show our children that the Malays have nothing better to do, other than to bad mouth others? Does Ummi not know that what she is doing is not only unethical but a grievous sin?
I just like to ask Ummi this question? Is she a Malay that profess the Muslim faith or is she some alien creature from outer space that is neither a Malay nor profess any religious faith at all? Has she no shame to go on bad mouthing others including her own family member, and worse still in front of a multi racial crowd? For Ummi to do all this is definitely the work of a devil, or is she a devil herself? I say this because no person in the right frame of mind and worse still a lady would want to do such a shameful act. I now understand the reason why her late father had denounced her, and this issue is well known in public domain. And to be denounced by her parents is indeed a grievous sin. Now, she appears to have denounced her own sibling.
Now let’s get to the bottom of this horrible and senseless campaigning that has gotten from bad to worse. If this is how politicians are to show to the world the way campaigning is done in this country, then I say that I have nothing to be proud of being a Malaysian. This senseless campaigning is nothing more than to win votes and winning an election has little regards for tact, respect and honour for others. As Ummi has demonstrated, one does not need to be intelligent, tactful and honourable. She thinks, speaking rubbish and acting like a fool is enough to appeal to the voters, and for those that had brought in fools to campaign on their behalf; they are the bigger fools.
My advice to Ummi is to repent and to act like a respectable and honourable lady. Seek forgiveness from those whom you may have hurt, and to reconcile with those who may have hurt you. There is nothing more honourable than to seek and offer forgiveness. Hell awaits you if you persist.
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