By Azmi Arshad
Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman is being such a baby and reacting like an unrepentent spoilt brat playing the victim. This is not the behaviour of a future leader but a whining drama queen — obstinate, immature, childish and girlish.
The poor little boy laments: “Bila sokong salah, Bila berbeda pendapat pun salah”
This is a false complaint.
Syed Saddiq and his antics
Many people have more merit to actually say the exact same thing to him. He claims people are wrong to support the Prime Minister but runs and hide when asked to prove his allegations of theft and corruption. Then, bila “berbeda pendapat” he and his friends accuse me of having fake accounts and being paid to spam his wall. He just can’t accept the fact that so many people know he is being deceptive, talking nonsense and lying through his teeth.
It is not about “berbeda pendapat” and Syed Saddiq knows it. In truth, he is showing contempt towards Tuanku Sultan, who, by the way, was correct in his judgment and decision.
If you disagree with your mother’s decision to not let you go out to play with your low IQ friends, you don’t have the right to write her an open letter saying you disagree with your mother’s decision. It is derhaka enough to go against her but to tell the whole world you disagree with her would be humiliating her — you won’t be a resident of Jannah until she forgives you.
Whether you think you are right or wrong is irrelevant; the fact remains you are biadap and kurang ajar and will burn in hell for humiliating your mother. I’m not saying you will share the same dwelling as Lim Kit Siang, Lim Guan Eng, Ambiga and Eric Paulsen in the hereafter but it’s to illustrate there are certain people you have to obey, especially if the command does not compel you to commit sin and even more so if to prevent you from doing something stupid and treacherous.
Dia boleh tanya lagi, “Which part of my letter is biadap?”
Wahhh… that shows what an arrogant self-righteous punk this boy is. It doesn’t seem to have dawned upon him that it’s not merely some kid on the playground whom he’s trying to show he has the courage to show defiance. He doesn’t seem to know the difference between a Sultan and a politician. This could be due to poor upbringing or trying to emulate his idol Tun M.
An act of treason
Adik Syed, you can fake innocence and try to hide behind your own interpretation of the law and setting your own low standards of adab but as far as many traditional Malays are concerned, openly showing contempt towards Sultan is not only biadap and kurang ajar but an act of treason.
If you wear a bright yellow Bersih t-shirt in Johor, the Red Shirts will be the least of your worries.
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