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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.

41 Responses to “The Hero of Malaysia – V Sivakumar”

  1. Fi-sha said

    Dear Mssr Oscar,

    You make my day when you came up with this posting. Every single word of yours reverbrates what i’ve been feeling since yesterday. Though I am broken hearted for so many innocent people were hurt – physically and emotionally – like you put it – thank God that A Malaysian can be a hero.

    Thank you for this Sir, and i hope you would allow me to lpost your beautifully written article (verbtaim) on my humble blog. I couldn’t do it any better…it’s perfect salutation to our Hero…

    I’m glad to live this moment when a hero was made…

  2. Dear Fi-Sha,

    Of course you may.

  3. abu basyir said

    SIVAJIkumar da boss………… a new breed of Malaysian Indian. The true Malaysian malays who loves peace, harmony and fairplay will always be with siva.

  4. Hamba said

    As a Malay i’m so ashamed of the binatang police and UMNO malays who rough you up. My sincere admiration to you and your conduct. Your integrity, honesty and strict adherence to yr principle and justice is more honourable than those so called ‘muslim’ UMNO and police. You have won the admiration of the Malays and Muslims in this country. I’m very proud to have you as a Malaysian citizen and as brothers. You are worth more to this nation than a hundred of those spineless and whore so called “melayu islam”. Live today and fight another day….! Lawan tetap lawan…

  5. matador said

    what an apt description! indeed together with nizar,sivakumar is destined for a greater role in malaysian politics. unassuming, principled and brave individuals! a seemingly very rare quality of politicians nowadays..

  6. naragan said

    Dandelion,

    I do not know who you are, nor you me.

    I hated what happened in IPOH yetserday.

    But I do not appreciate the condescending way you equate the actions of the Speaker of the Assembly to the histrionics of Rajinikanth, a Tamil movie star.

    This is a subtle but pervasive form of racism, that has crept up on us more than we recognise.

    Anything coming from a Malaysian citizen of Indian ethnicity cannot be taken that seriously, can it? You know what I mean, like the Thamby who is supposed to bring in the coffee….or the Thangachee who sweeps the floor……or the Speaker who defends the rights of the people……

    He is not a fearless Democrat, He is not a Champion of people’s rights in his own right….he cannot be. It just does not fit in with the racist paradigm of the Indian. This paradigm percolates through all Malaysians, Indians included. It must be Sivakumar fantasising Rajinikanth…now that’s more like it.

    RPK was right when he says “it is about race, stupid”… in more ways than we recognise.

  7. Zane said

    Whatever..

    The bottom line is, you are indeed a true patriot of Malaysia. Proud of you!

  8. Dear sir,

    I totally agree with Hamba that Malaysia needs more people like YB Siva.He has displayed the epitome of bravery. He stood by his priciples till the end. The coward BN used the polis dogs to carry out this illegal mission. The rakyat have seen the whole show. They will pass judgement come PRU13–all the actors in this obscene movie will be hauled up to face justice. Till then,more YB Nizar,YB Siva,YB Nga alike will be born in Perak and other states.

    Hidup Pakatan Rakyat

  9. barbie said

    Naragan, what’s your preoccupation with this race thingy🙂 I remember your article on Bukit Selambau – “A schism is opening up between the Indians in the country and Anwar Ibrahim in Bukit Selambau”. What are you trying to achieve, mate?

  10. jamesloh18 said

    salute remembered ! true malaysian! man of grit ! we write u in my thoughts ~

  11. BC said

    Hear! Hear!

    And for all the chest thumping and high faluting principles spouted by claimed practitioners – politicians and even royals alike – none of the above could deny Sivakumar the highest respect that he desrves. The rest just pale into oblivion, even though they may possess wealth and standing worthy of a prince’s ransom.

    In my eye, the former Speaker of Perak 12th Assembly will go down a fighter whose name is worthy of repeated mention. Sometime in the future when we as a society has matured and would have learned the true meaning of honour, I think the strength of his conviction to a cause will shine even brighter. For now, he can walk with his head held high. He may not be a prince, but he has more self worth than the whole lot that now appear like playground bullies.

    Aided by sheer arrogance of power enabled by an albeit subdued cavorting of a reluctant partner in crime, the culmination of this embarassing fiasco will surely put a dark stain on the pages of our history as a nation.

    For the people of Perak the unease will linger. That a betrayal of trust has occured is hard to shake off. Obvious partiality from an institution that ought to stay neutral has made the house less regal now. Ironically, Sivakumar’s circumstance and his calm demeanour under fire has made him the opposite. He showed regal grace amidst chaos.

    It is hardly normal circumstance that Raja Nazrin waited for 5 hours to deliver the Royal Address. That could be taken as an example to undescore the height of impartiality of a royal institution. Sadly, not this time.

    The law always stands on the side of right. And might has never been able to stand the test of fair scrutiny. Such is the turn of the wheel. And this time, non-interference equals partiality. There has been obvious abuse of the might of the royal institution of the police Polis DiRAJA MAlaysia. It has again been raped and sodomised by the powers that be.

    To give another spin to what someone said in Anil Netto’s Cover it Live of 7th May 09: the blindfolded referee wears an earplug. And like a blinkered horse sees just what theowner wants it to. He also blows the whistle only when Don Corleone tells him to.

    And by the way the purported words attributed to Raja Naqzrin, and quoted below makes the prince sound like Robert de Niro in Goodfellas. Biar betul NST!
    See NST of 8th May 2009 on page 5 under the headline Royal Rebuke for Pakatan Reps…”I don’t want to get involved in this. I just want to give my speech, so respect my speech when I am giving it. You under stand that? If you want to work with me in the future, you have to respct my speech. Understand?” …
    Are these words the true reflection of Raja Nazrin’s character? Hmmm

    “Hail, Siva!”

  12. Kak long said

    YB Siva,

    Tahniah. You have shown all Malaysians that Malaysia belongs to all. We are proud of you. Disregard all those unwelcome comments for the moment, you have a bigger job to do.

    Take good care of yourself.

  13. Jordan Williams said

    Dandelion,
    I applaud your words and share your sentiment except for one reservation. Why the need to draw an analogy of the the Speakers principled stance with that of a Tamil movie star? Mr Speaker, Siva Kumar is a Malaysian. He stood up for all Malaysians irrespective of race, religion or creed. He has shown himself to be an icon of Malaysian democracy. Why can’t you see him as that. That comment betrays a subtle racial undertone in your thinking. So much for Bangsa Malaysia. Get with the progrmme.

    TO YOU MR SPEAKER SIVA KUMAR, I SALUTE YOU. YOU HAVE SHOWN YOURSELF TO BE A TRUE MALAYSIAN HERO.

  14. Moonrider said

    Shouldnt there is a petition online like what we did for eli wong to show support for Sivakumar ..

    Sivakumar show the great fighter than the fucking bitch hee ..

  15. Gan said

    I salute you Mr Speaker Sivakumar !

    You do us all proud as Anak Malaysia !

    I hope you continue to stay strong and steadfast towards building a better Malaysia for all Malaysians.

    God bless

  16. Naragan,

    No where did dandelion (Oscar) mention anything remote to what you are insinuating.
    He was merely praising Siva for holding his ground in the face of adversity, no reference whatsoever was made to his ethnicity.

    I have read many postings on dandelions and they are always objectve.

    I have read many of your postings as well, while I agree that you are passionate about your opinions – most of the time you seem to be stuck in a myopic ethnic box, by some convoluted logic everything is an “We Indians are marginalized’ issue for you, RPK and Haris Ibrahim also wrote that Hindraf is just the other side of the coin of UMNO, I disagree of course to the extent that Hindraf is merely defensive while UMNO is fascist.
    As long a there are those who confuse citizens rights with ethnic rights UMNO will have plenty of fodder to continue doing what they do.Every action invites a reaction whether offensive or defensive.

  17. Ryan said

    i would say that it’s a pity Sivakumar was made the scapegoat for this… i can see that Siva and the rest of the Perak DUNs are pawns of a complicated process of power struggle.

  18. sang kancil said

    Fellow Malaysians,

    I agree with the majority of you. YAB Sivakumar is the Man of the CENTURY. A true MALAYSIAN with conviction, integrity and whon is willing to fight for the TRUTH. A Toweing Malaysian who has eraned the respect of the anak anank Bangsa Malaysia just as YAB Nizar.

    YAB SIvakumar, I salute you.

    Sang Kancil – LONDON

  19. Well said Naragan. Barbie, I do not agree with some of the things Naragan has written in the past, but I have to agree with him on this one. Our Malaysian Indian brothers & sisters labour under the burden of racism in Malaysia. Some of it is blatant & indefensible, for example and , and some of it is much subtler, like what was posted here. Although or , and even if its practitioners are unconscious of it (they may even honestly believe that they are being nice to the victims), it is no less racist or indefensible. It may take the form of a , patronising & condescending attitude & , just like Naragan pointed out. This serves to make the victims of it somehow less human than ourselves, so we do not have to take them seriously and see them as equals, so we have a reason to hate & suspect.

    And yes, anyone of us who holds to the stereotype of the lazy Malay expecting handouts from government or the greedy Chinese who cheats & lies is just as guilty of this subtle, silent racism as someone whose image of Indians is one who drinks toddy, behaves like Padaipa, beats his wife & steals cars.

    In the aftermath of PRU-12, when Malaysians of all races rejected BN, there have been many efforts to inject racist stereotypes into the mind of the Rakyat. This has been led by pro BN media & bloggers, with the purpose of breaking this unity of the progressive Malaysians. It would be a great shame if we were to fall into this trap. The progressive Anak Bangsa Malaysia movement will not succeed until & unless we can see & respect each other for who we really are & not be blinded by stereotypes.

    May I humbly ask Abu Basyir, what was your image of the “old breed” of Malaysian Indian?

  20. Please disregard my earlier post. It was not complete & the link tags were all wrong. How I wish wordpress had a preview button🙂

    Well said Naragan. Barbie, I do not agree with some of the things Naragan has written in the past, but I have to agree with him on this one. Our Malaysian Indian brothers & sisters labour under the burden of racism in Malaysia. Some of it is blatant & indefensible, for example here and here, and some of it is much subtler, like what was posted here. Although subtle or silentsilent, and even if its practitioners are unconscious of it (they may even honestly believe that they are being nice to the victims), it is no less racist or indefensible. It may take the form of a stereotype, patronising & condescending attitude & prejudice, just like Naragan pointed out. This serves to make the victims of it somehow less human than ourselves, so we do not have to take them seriously and see them as equals, so we have a reason to hate & suspect.

    And yes, anyone of us who holds to the stereotype of the lazy Malay expecting handouts from government or the greedy Chinese who cheats & lies is just as guilty of this subtle, silent racism as someone whose image of Indians is one who drinks toddy, behaves like Padaipa, beats his wife & steals cars.

    In the aftermath of PRU-12, when Malaysians of all races rejected BN, there have been many efforts to inject racist stereotypes into the mind of the Rakyat. This has been led by pro BN media & bloggers, with the purpose of breaking this unity of the progressive Malaysians. It would be a great shame if we were to fall into this trap. The progressive Anak Bangsa Malaysia movement will not succeed until & unless we can see & respect each other for who we really are & not be blinded by stereotypes.

    May I humbly ask Abu Basyir, what was your image of the “old breed” of Malaysian Indian?

    While I appreciate the positive sentiments expressed towards YB Sivakumar, couching it in stereotype & subtle racism does disservice to to the progressive ABM movement.

  21. Missed some more links, apologies:

    “Some of it is blatant & indefensible, for example
    here and here,”

  22. mh said

    V.SIVAKUMAR V=VICTOR. Its written in his name. Tahniah, well done, we are so proud of you. This is only the beginning of your ride to greater victory. God Bless You and all you represent.

  23. Mia Oleary said

    Oscar

    Can do one more thing?

    We need images – for the public to remember:

    a. how to select their elected reps in future.
    Photos of the three who leaped to become BN friendly.
    The two males – their photos should have description of their alleged crimes as well.
    This was what caused them to jump over and seek protection from BN.

    We also need photo of Zambry.
    A fellow who did not respect the courts, till the courts had to tell him how to fight his case.

    b. the Seargeant-at-arms who did not earn an honest living yesterday
    These civil servants did not respect the Speaker’s instructions.
    They can be hauled up by the rules, for disobeying instructions.

    c. The so-called State secretariat staff who joined in to remove Sivakumar from his place.
    These fellows also did not come in there just like that. All was pre-planned.

    We need a ‘Hall of Fame’ (or shame) of these fellows who ‘killed’ democracy in Perak.

    It must be posted in many blogs as possible so that people can remember them for the next few years and tell their next generations on how these fellows sold their souls to kill democracy in Perak.

    Before the BN distracts us to another sensation, lets get this ‘album’ ready and have it available for all to see and remember well.

  24. Facial said

    I totally agreed that Siva is our hero, but do not forget the Rajamuda has spent five hours waiting, he should also be called………………?

  25. Ashraff said

    It’s high time, we as Malaysian, to refrain calling ourselves or others by race of their forfatheters. If one is a Malaysian citizen then one should address the one as a Malaysian. Like in most of the countries in the world. Stop calling ourselves as Malay, Chinese, Indian or Khadazan etc. Simple: MALAYSIAN.

    When God created Mother Earth, there was no China, India or China. Its we human because of greed claimed these are my land and let me name it as China, Malaysia and so on.

    So why are we so engrossed in race…?

    Sad isn’t it….?

  26. Blackseifu said

    I full agree with Ashraff…… great job man !

  27. Catherine said

    Words cannot describe how I felt when i viewed the photos of our politicians behaving in such a manner. What exactly is happening. What happened to free elections, freedom of speech, democracy. Where is Malaysia heading.
    My thanks to YB Sivakumar who stood his ground. Never mind if he was physically carried out. It is what he stood for that matters. Everything that goes around comes around.

  28. Iskandar Dzulkarnain said

    I agree just like all of you that V. Sivakumar was indeed the man of the day for standing his ground. Personally I don’t even know who Rajnikanth is, who really cares. But for the rest of us spectators, some of may be ” not seeing the forest because of the tress”.

    There is nothing wrong with people identifying with their roots or the ethnicity, because that is what makes up the beauty of us a being a multicultural society. It is those who use the basis of ones ethnicity to generalise or to judge a person or ones ability, or give preference to, which is where the problem lies.

    So let us all remember, despite the fact that society may have typcasts on specific ethnic communities, it is not the ethnic association which is the problem, it’s the typecasting that is.

    We will all be happy to know that out there somewhere that there are also lazy Chinese, greedy Indians and Malays who probably get intoxicated ( perhaps not on toddy, coz that is an acquired taste i believe!) and lets not forget the dll ( dan lain lain who are also entitled to their ethnic association and their share of Malaysian success and failure too.

  29. 4RAKYAT said

    i) it all started with anwar trying to hook some bn potential-kataks. nomatterwhat anwar is saying now, pakatan cannot claim moral high ground.
    ii) of course money and power (and freedom from prosecution) are tempting. it takes near-god qualities for us mere mortals to resist that. put them in your shoes. we’re talking about, allegedly, millions here… get real. and (potential) freedom from prosecution (re that two ex-pkr fellas).
    iii) lesson(s) to learn for the past few months
    a) jaga your own backyard before you cry foul. sure, bn has done what is seen and agreed widely to be a coup detat (whatever the spelling). so, what are you gonna do about it? where were the “people power”. i mean on the streets. ok, so netizens can spread the word around but i think most of us are to jaded to be on the streets. i am not suggesting we take to the streets each time there is a (even perceived) miscarriage of justice. but then again, why not?
    i’ll tell you why. i am afraid to be caught and locked-up in the balai polis. i’ve heard so many ugly stories (re kugan et al).
    b) no outside parties (the so-called international community) will even lift a finger to help us/you. most they’ll do is perhaps to sit in front of their computers and post those “brave” rebukes in the comfort of their own living room over a nice warm cup of beverage. then they’ll forget about it. and who can blame them? it’s not like they are the ones facing the bn regime. same applied to me as an arm-chair critic.
    c) what yb sivakumar did (and went through) is brave. but hey he’s a politician. whatever he has endured, to put it bluntly, comes with the package so to speak. or job hazard. him a hero? why not? it adds drama to this whole episode.

    to put it in a nutshell, until and unless the (aggrieved) people RISE, pakatan rakyat as a political party is pretty much on their own. am i/u a stakeholder in the perak case? i think i am. but i am not motivated enough to act on it. i just sit in front of my pc and i type. this is what i do best. be a hero? i dont dare. YET.

    4RAKYAT

  30. Antares said

    Tabik, Sivakumar! A true prince among men! Look at that MIC fler Ganesan… sleazy like his bullyboy boss Zombrie Abdool Kutty.

  31. justice said

    another hero is born!

    1st, MB Nizar, then Speaker V Sivakumar. Many more Malaysian heroes will be born

  32. You the man. You have my undying respect!

  33. Mala said

    Dear Sir,
    My family and I bow to you sir for what you have done for people
    God bless you ,your family and the whole Pakatan team!

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  35. flyer168 said

    Oscar the Grouch,

    Very well said.

    Yes, Speaker YB V Sivakumar had done Malaysia, its National/State Constitution, Democracy & the Rule of Law PROUD!

    Former Lord President Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim repeatedly insisted in his foundational written texts that in Malaysia,

    the constitution and nothing but the constitution is “the supreme law of the land”.

    Malaysia cannot afford to see constitutional principles imperilled, and constitutional processes jeopardised –

    not even out of an understandable impatience, or a conscientious determination, to see the urgent political and practical problems of the day speedily resolved.

    Clive S Kessler is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the School of Social Science and International Studies at the University of New South Wales in Australia.

    Malaysia badly needs NEW “Role Model” established Leaders & Politicians of HONOUR with Calibre, Maturity & Tolerance without Fear or Favour – not “Recycled Politicians”.

    Further, this nation Desperately needs Intelligent, Time Proven Pragmatic Successful modelled, Financial & Politiical “SOLUTIONS” NOW, to mitigate the IMPENDING Political & Financial fallout.

    What is new in this Bolehland?

    UMNO/BN are having “New Clowns” in the “Same Ketuanan Paradigm Outfit”.

    The Muslim Hadhari UMNO Ketuanan/BN Leaders are “Bankrupt of Intelligent, Legal, Constitutional, Political, Financial etc SOLUTIONS”….

    In Ipoh on 7/5/09 it is another of their “Wayang Kulit” when they already had THEIR “Master Plan” approved & their “Mercenaries” identified to undertake the Institutional, GLCs, projects, etc plus the “Coup d’etat” at the DUN….

    They & their “Mercenaries” will always be in Denial & therefore resort to “Alternative Tactics” which can only be found in their Gutter Politics & Law of the Jungle “Holy Book”!

    Party promotions based on “patronisation, money politics, etc” without “Meritocracy and Proven Track Records” leads to “Leaders” that UMNO is inheriting – “Elite, Ketuanan UMNO BEGGARS”….

    Remember….One must always be MAGNANIMOUS in VICTORY….

    TWO WRONGS DO NOT MAKE ONE RIGHT….

    UMNO Baru is too deep in its 4th stage “Terminal Cancer” NOW, to be CURED”….Period!

    Through “Devine” intervention, UMNO, its Leaders & their Mercenaries are now “Outdoing & Destroying” each other with their “Power, Greed & Henious Crimes”.

    Every new day will be another “New Revelation” to reveal another “Truth” in its Self Destruct motion towards its “Demise”.

    Just give them enough rope to “Hang” themselves at every turn in their “Final” chapter.

  36. thegodfather said

    YB Siva, do not worry. You stood for the truth and the universe always stands behind the truth. There is no other way. The truth will prevail. To all Anak Bangsa Malaysia, just be patient. There is no way anyone can go beyond the universal truth. We will watch the demise and destruction of the wayward devils soon. I promise you that. The Godfather lives in the truth.

  37. mauryaII said

    Oscar the Grouch,
    You have put it very succinctly. Until 070509 Mr Sivakumar was just another speaker but on BLACK THRUSDAY, he showed his true grit, mettle and intergrity to stand firm for his principles. In his presence the likes of the Camry salesman Zambri, POJ Hee, the MIC gutter mongrel Ganesan and the others are NOTHING but the ‘yes-men’ slaves of the puppeteer in Putra Jaya.

    The Police dogs and even the ones in mufti who showed great disrespect for law and order are just brainless shits who can’t even think and act rationally. These are the very vermin who are entrusted to catch murderers, robbers, rapist and mat rempits.

    How can they when they have their hands full doing everything to please the puppeteer from Putra Jaya?

    The Perak DUN speaker, YB Sivakumar is indeed a towering Malaysian. He is the epitome of an Anak Bangsa Malaysia. He stood his ground for democracy and for all Anak Bangsa Malaysia. He has never abused his position to promote any one race.

    The facist UMNO and the lapdogs in Barisan Najis are the ones who promote ethnicity, religious bigotry and the stupid ketuanan mindset.

    UMNO/BN has displayed its arrogance and put Malaysia to shame in the eyes of the International Community on 1BlackMalaysia Day.
    The date, 070509, will forever be remembered as the day when Democracy was trampled with impunity by a corrupted government that has gone to extremes to stay in power.

  38. P.Arunasalam said

    Naragan,

    if you search for racism, you’ll find it everywhere!

    it’s quite a spiteful critic on someone who meant it good.
    education and good upbringing teaches us to overlook
    certain things; just plain tolerance!

    phew…! had to read you remark twice to grasp what
    you’re saying. would’nt it be simpler to use the Queens
    simple English?😉

    lets be thankful that we could read what other people
    are thinking – its like eavesdropping!

    even then, Naragan, lets not be too exacting.
    sometimes its better to be superficial – gentlemanly!

  39. InsanYgBerprinsip said

    “YB Deputy Speaker He/She of Perak DUN”!?!?

    070509! Black Thursday!

    You dare not look into any of the “lensa” of any Camera Man including those Pro BN media. 13x Shame! shame! Shame! What a total opposite of YB V. Sivakumar the 12th Perak DUN Speaker. Just like you are Dreaming of Flying in the SKY enjoying the Sweeties & Beauties slotted into the “ammonia-smelled cave” beneath your golden panty, while V. Sivakumar stand firm on the Ground defending Democracy with his courage & will-power.

    Dua kali 13 ISA Pertahanan released = 26 insan Ciptaan Tuhan. BN sebenarnya, already started the 13th General Election. Agreed? Come 13th GE who will stay Perak 12th DUN Speaker or Deputy Speaker? What about the illegal 12th PDUN Speaker? Will he be elected into the 13th Perak DUN?

    Wake up! Wake up! It’s late already. Stop dreaming! Come down to the Ground! 13th General Election is round the corner! Pray that all the 3 insan mentioned above will be nominated and layak bertanding in the 13th General Election. God’s willing.

    I dare you all to look straight into the eyes of those you are talking to. By doing so will certainly prove that you are speaking the truth and have nothing to HIDE. Anyway, you may be able to cheat insan lain, but surely God KNOWS.

    BERTANGGUNGJAWAB terhadap TINDAKAN DIRI SENDIRI!

    Thank you! YB V. Sivakumar without your steel-will the truth will never be known.

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