Friday, May 8, 2009

The Hero of Malaysia - V Sivakumar

*These photos made me cry all the way back yesterday. Do they really have to do that?*

Thank you Mr Oscar the Grouch, who is kind enough to allow me posting (verbatim) his salutation to our Hero: -

Dear Mr. Speaker,

We, the Dandelions salute you. You are the hero – You da’ man – Jantan Tulen.

Just when we – the citizens of Malaysia – thought there is no one else worthy in the realm of politics, you prove to us that a Malaysian can be a hero. Better than any Rajnikanth … ever.

You have shown great courage – standing alone in battle – against the mighty combined forces of the Federal Government, the Monarchy and the Police.

You did not step aside – you did not budge – you did not waver. I had expected you to falter. After all, any ordinary man would.

But you held on, demonstrating nerves of steel. And held on you did – from morning till three in the afternoon – before you were physically removed from the speaker’s chair.

Had you not been so roughly and bodily manhandled, I bet you can stay in that chair till all others drop dead from no water, starvation or sheer exhaustion.

I come to understand that you were mildly injured during the scuffle. Worry not, for you shall wear those physical scars proudly as your crowning glory for the people of Malaysia.

You are someone that our soldiers should emulate. Fight on – hold post – and never say die. They should erect a statue of you in every markas tentera, to instil on our young tentera’s heart the qualities of courage, bravery and valour.

I bow to you, dear sir, for you richly deserve my praise.

Thank you, dear sir. God bless.

p.s. As told by reliable source, there were about 20 rats in the hall during the assembly, donning the attire fit for the 'occasion' (Apparently, more as told by Mr Anil). So, now you know why my Hero (well, in case you deem he is not fit to be glorifed as one) was forcibly removed from his seat. He put a great fight till the end - i am so sure it was not for his advantage (can't be due to camry nor was he paid highly as the Speaker) but for us, Anak Bangsa Malaysia.

p.p.s. For record, you may want to check Mr Anil's blog on unsung heroes who protected my Hero during the indespicable incident, the Queen must be swearing looking at how the rats had conducted themselves in the assembly (which mirrored her great nation). So, please, i cannot accept it when ignorant lazy bums keep on asking this - "how come PR assembly men didn't stop the ruckus?" Shish, go read Malaysia Today for your own sake, please!

p.p.p.s. You may wonder why the PR state assembly men did not resort to throwing shoes and all to the usurp mad men. For one, i think, they would never allow themselves to be downgraded to the mentality and attitude of the rats. They are all gentlemen from good, caring homes. Secondly, if Uncle Pete thinks it was PR's strategy, I have to second that for now the whole wide world watched in horror how bad this country is being managed, on the verge of anarchy. But most importantly, we, the Anak Bangsa Malaysia, realise what these men had show to us - their mettle. Rest assured, if they come into power, we will be treated fairly.

p.p.p.p.s. Who cares about races now except for the rats? It is so clear to see that the ones that stood for us, malays, are our indian and chinese brothers and sisters. Please, we are smart and human enough...kan?

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