As independence day approaches, it sort of feels that extra and extra problems are cropping that seem to problem the state of team spirit we cling so dearly to our hearts
In the three minute video, the person will also be noticed appearing off an collection of sharp guns — some inherited from his ‘master’ — whilst appearing how immune he was once to the pointy blades as he tried to chop himself for the digicam.
The video which has stuck the eye of mainstream media witnessed outrage among Malaysians who condemned the video.
Taking to The Star, Melaka Consumer and Environment Association Education and Women Bureau Chief Azizah Harun mentioned that the person, “was giving my religion a bad name, we are peaceful people and not a violent community like what [he has] painted.”
“We are living in a new age, not 1969, where people can judge right from wrong without blaming other races.”
The video has since garnered a lot consideration from netizens who instructed the Samurai wannabe to vent his anger extra productively or possibly simply run amok the wrong way.
One netizen invitations the person to come back and chop down timber on his land. He writes, “My grandfather gave me some land, but no one is there to help clear the trees. If you want, I will give you the job and pay you handsomely.”
We sincerely hope that ‘Samurai Jack’ does now not harm himself whilst enjoying with his mom’s butter knives. We would now not need the following video to be an unintended harakiri.