“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.” — Winston Churchill
So what does it mean when Isma has managed to collect so many enemies in such a short span of time? Urm, can we take it that Isma is standing up for something whereas the Parti Paling Tak Berbola has abdicated its responsibilities?
Even a young Isma activist girl, barely out of college, can manage to rile up the Dapsters far more than the Puteri Umno chief is able to. Has the PPTA stood up for anything anytime lately that anyone can remember?
“They say you are judged by the strength of your enemies.” — James Bond. “I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt
So what are we to make of Isma whose enemies come in all shapes and sizes?
Isma enemies: There is Khairy who likened Isma to Boko Haram, there is Lim Kit Siang who is convinced that Isma is a fellow cancer, there is the DAP, there is Zairil and Hannah Yeoh, there is the Church and the evangelistas, there are the liberal Muslims like Mujahid and Marina, there is Aliran, there is TMI and there is J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai.
Even “Ribena Berry” seems to be against Isma. “May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won’t.” – General George Patton
Well, perhaps all these folks should be reminded that hating on Isma won’t make them any prettier/handsomer, thinner or nobler.
And here’s the latest public figure to take a shot at Isma — Teresa Kok (see below).
Maybe we should place our bets on who will take offence at Isma next … errr, the Bar Council?