The Hero of Malaysia – V Sivakumar
Posted by Oscar the Grouch on May 8, 2009
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.