Belittling the Sultan, wanting to drag him to the High Court, trying to launch an act of treason against the monarchy, taking to the streets, protesting the ruler's decision, destroying police vehicles... etc.
If this is the kind of democracy and mutual respect you want to promote should you are able to succeed the Barisan Nasional government in the next general elections, FORGET IT! When it comes to wisdom and solidarity, the Chinese and Indians are much better than the Malays. They did not take any part in the MALAY demonstrations against the Sultan of Perak. They were wise to stayed away.
It was PAS (whose 100 per cent members are Malays and Muslims) and PKR Malays (plus some Indonesians) who launched the anti-Sultan streets demo.
What would happen if they manage to form the federal government in three or fours years to come? What type of an administration will they promote? Sword and guns?
If the world were to perceive Islam as radical and promoting terrorism in Malaysia, may as well PKR and PAS take the credit for it. As they cant accept defeat and trying to become traitors before their own people, they should take the blame.
They also have the tendency to put an end to the Malay monarchy should they rule the country. The Sultans will be at their disregard and disrespect. The Malays will then have to squeeze in for opportunity since there would no more be 'ketuanan Melayu' to protect their interest, a scenario which would lead them back to the jungles of 1950s and 1960s.
While the Chinese and Indians are already prospering in their own manner (as the dont like to interfere much with the Malays economic agenda), infighting among the Malays and between the Malays of Umno and those of PAS and PKR will be the best lesson to learn.
We may end up like the Palestinians of the Gaza Strip who, due to differences between Hamas, Fatah and Hezbollah, gave an opening for Israel to attack them without mercy.
The only difference is, the destruction of the Malays will not be in the hands of other Malaysians but among themselves. As they were already some Indonesians and other foreign citizens joining the anti-Sultan protests the other day, PAS may opt to bring in or hire foreign Muslims to help them out.
I am not driving to any conclusion. However, I would like to count on available possibilities. Since PAS already lost their balance over just a small issue, what if the result of next general elections puts Pakatan Rakyat (if they are still together) much closer to BN?
I can be radical in my critics towards anybody, including Umno, BN and the Federal Government but I dont compromise when it comes to national stability, peace and unity because what PAS supporters did earlier this week posed a lot of danger to the country.
The Malays of Umno had never been involved in such act. Even when they lost in Kelantan, Terengganu, Penang, Kedah, Perak and Selangor, they remained calmed and accepted it as a challenge to revival.
It hurts the entire Malay population when Karpal Singh wanted to take the Sultan of Perak to the High Court, when PAS supporters blocked Raja Nazrin's car and when Anwar Ibrahim, Nizar and their people refutted the Sultan's decision as not to call for a fresh state election.
Hurling nasty words towards the Sultan only made the Malays of PR as traitors. Even some of their members were at their disbelief and shocked over such moves. To them, what some of their friends did were a bit overboard.
This is Malaysia, my friends. We dont tolerate politics of terrorism here. You may have got your training in Iran, Palestine, Syria and elsewhere but we dont subscribe to 'bloody intifadah' in this lovely nation. Go abroad and fight for your needful fellow Muslims.
If you dont have respect for your own rulers, may as well you find other places to live and champion the your kind of politics you desired. As far as the Malays and Muslims here is concerned, there is no place for such a robust approach.
If you think you will gain honour and respect for what you did to the Sultan of Perak, you are wrong. I agree with Harimau Malaya that Karpal Singh (and some of you) should be barred from setting a foot in Perak. No matter how good are you at your law discipline, there are still something you cannot over rule.