Poor Ibrahim Ali.
All he wants is to be a nice, quiet, unassuming freedom-fighter cum human rights activist.
But he's misunderstood.
Even heckled by those who are less willing to suffer fools gladly. In short, he's a victim of popularity.
How distressful it must be, to be so .... popular. Especially when one is defending Malay rights, as per the Constitution.
We all know how downtrodden the Malays are, and how Ketuanan Melayu is taking a backseat to significantly less important matters like the economy, for example.
The very nerve of Malaysian citizens to neglect their priorities.
But not Ibrahim Ali.
With renewed strength and fortitude, he plows on, like an impotent but well-trained kerbau in the sprawling padi fields of Kedah.