Sreesanth’s Aggression

Another moron from down under, Peter Lalor writes…

IF Andrew Symonds wasn’t such a gentle fellow, India’s Shanthakumaran Sreesanth’s nose would probably be plastered all over his leering face.

WTF. Does Peter Lalor even know what would have happened to the Aussies if Symonds had even touched Sreesanth? The whole 15 memebers of the Aussie team would have gone back home in coffins. Yes, the Indian public would have cut them into pieces and barbecued them.

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Am loving this series. No matter who wins, fact is that India has given back to the Aussies in the same plate. In fact look at the way Dhoni has brushed aside each of Sreesanth’s needling of the Aussies as nothing but aggression by a youngster. When the Aussies do, its aggression, then how come they are unable to digest it when the Indians give it back to them?

Typical racist white superiority complex. Go to hell Peter Lalor. Go to hell. I would really like to see this series get into a slug fest. Go India go. Whack the Aussie backsides.
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43 Comments

  1. th says:

    The whole 15 memebers of the Aussie team would have gone back home in coffins. Yes, the Indian public would have cut them into pieces and barbecued them.

    Oh really? sreesanth is a boy playing a man’s game. and somehow i doubt whether the majority of indian fans are as simple-minded and delusional as you are.

    BTW India 49/5 (12.0 ov)

  2. JB says:

    “Typical racist white superiority complex”….

    Sreesanth has been over the top and has gone belong a “sledge”. I suggest you revist the code of conduct and you might understand why the Aussies are getting fed up. Just because someone disagrees with you doesn’t make them racist. But the fact you think it does, makes you a complete idiot.

  3. lazybug says:

    Sreesanth will kick Aussie ass when and if he goes on the Australian tour. Be assured about that. My only concern is his over-aggression at time.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Just remember little Indian’s what you give out now you will cop back ten times this summer in Australia. Don’t be going off crying racism cause you can’t handle what you dish out.

  5. Liju Philip says:

    “Sreesanth is a boy playing a man’s game.”

    And what is Peter Lalor? A racist, aussie moron in a journalist’s garb?

    “Sreesanth has been over the top and has gone belong a “sledge”

    You mean, aussies will define the parameters of sledging?

    “I suggest you revist the code of conduct and you might understand why the Aussies are getting fed up”

    Looks like the devil is finally quoting the scriptures. 😉

    “But the fact you think it does, makes you a complete idiot.”

    Going by your logic, you also seem to be an idiot.

  6. Liju Philip says:

    Anon@1:27 pm.

    A country of thieves and scoundrels and a country that allowed immigration only to whites till the 1980s calls others racist? Hmmm…..sounds funny.

  7. JB says:

    Ha, so all Australian’s are racist? That sounds very much like a racist comment yourself. So I am an idiot, as are you. I am racist, as are you.

    Too bad, we could have got along. At least we will win the cricket. India 92/6 (25.3 ov).

  8. Anonymous says:

    Liju are you referring to Australia there? I suggest you go and check your facts. You are so ill informed it is not funny.

  9. th says:

    Sreesanth will kick Aussie ass when and if he goes on the Australian tour.

    well lazybones, will he or won’t he be selected? between aggression counselling and drama school, will he have enough time to practice? he might also want to start pumping weights if he’s going to pack his mouth with him…

  10. lazybug says:

    @th

    If he is fit, he will be selected, that’s the only criteria. as for you aussies, you already seem to be feeling jittery about him!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Jittery about an idiot who has done nothing in his career? You obviously have not seen Shaun Tait in action.

  12. th says:

    @lazybones

    not jittery. just excited at the prospect of reducing a grown boy to tears in front of 90,000 people at the boxing day test.

  13. lazybug says:

    “Jittery about an idiot who has done nothing in his career? You obviously have not seen Shaun Tait in action.”

    err..what’s Shaun Tait got to do with Sreesanth? Is he building some special vocabulary skills or something to target the Indians? BTW, I do remember how tait was screwed by the Englishmen back in 2005. But let it be, it’s History.

    “not jittery. just excited at the prospect of reducing a grown boy to tears in front of 90,000 people at the boxing day test.”
    And of course all the tickets will be bought by aussies only…no Indians will watch the matches, no?

  14. th says:

    hey hazybug, your arguments are about as solid as your team’s middle order, or opening pair for that matter.

    if your underdogs play as well as they are at the moment, their won’t be much indian support to worry about. it would appear they’re leaving the ground in droves Vadodara. a fickle lot you supporters – still, i guess everyone wants to be first to light the effigies…

  15. Anonymous says:

    Well you think the Aussies are scared of Sreensanth? It is the Indians that need to be very very afraid of Tait. The Aussies will cart Sreensanth to every part of every ground down here. As for Indians in the Boxing day crowd, of course there will be Indians in the crowd. We don’t descriminate as to who can come to our grounds unlike other racist countries.

  16. Liju Philip says:

    Haiz…who is discounting the cricket skills of the aussies here? The original article was about the balant threat of a moronic aussie journalist.

    @Anon & Th

    Obviously you guys have forgotten how VVS Laxman belted the aussie bowlers all along the park. How Shane Warne has nightmares thinking about Sachin Tendulkar blasting his deliveries out of the ground (admitted by Warne himself)
    How Harbhajan Singh screwed the aussies by taking 32 wickets in a series.

    So, do not get carried away by the 90k odd people. There are enough Indians in Aus to fill up all your stadium and to make enough noise to down the aussies.

  17. Liju Philip says:

    Anon@2:36

    It doesnt look good for people of a country who didnt allow immigration of non-whites till the 1980s to call others racist. Okie?

  18. Anonymous says:

    Liju again you are extremely ignorant, you obviously have no idea about the immigration policies or the history of Australia.

  19. Anonymous says:

    And Liju please remind me who won the last test series again? It is hard for us to remember all our victories seeing we have so many trophies in our cabinet.

  20. Liju Philip says:

    “you obviously have no idea about the immigration policies or the history of Australia.”

    my answer is the same to you.

  21. Anonymous says:

    OK then, can you show me one bit of proof that states the immigration laws of Australia did not allow anyone other than Anglo Saxon descent to immigrate to Australia before 1981? I wont hold my breath.

  22. th says:

    to the beautiful liju,

    i did read the original article again just to make sure as i know that chinese whispers can spread as quickly as an indian batting collapse. lalor wasn’t making any threats – merely stating a fact, that is when a small boy gets in the face of a man, he runs the risk of being physically hurt. the only threat seems to be this: “The whole 15 memebers of the Aussie team would have gone back home in coffins. Yes, the Indian public would have cut them into pieces and barbecued them.” a little over-reactive one might presume, wouldn’t you agree lovely rose?

    i must confess too that my memories of laxative & co with their freeflowing runs taking aus to task in 01 was one of the most memorable series i have been priviledged to witness. let’s hope for more of the same this summer , wouldn’t you princess?

  23. lazybug says:

    “if your underdogs play as well as they are at the moment, their won’t be much indian support to worry about. it would appear they’re leaving the ground in droves Vadodara. a fickle lot you supporters – still, i guess everyone wants to be first to light the effigies…”

    Right. and what about the lack of aussie crowd at Adelaide when India beat you?

    And what about the racial abuse of Indians in australia that followed?

    You obviously forget these things. That’s the aussie way of arguing, what say?

  24. Liju Philip says:

    Anon@2:49 – For your reading pleasure

    http://www.immi.gov.au/media/fact-sheets/08abolition.htm
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Australia_policy

    Btw, please dont blame me. Okie. I dont host the Aus govt immigration website 😉

  25. Anonymous says:

    “Right. and what about the lack of aussie crowd at Adelaide when India beat you? ”

    Another ignorant incorrect comment. I was at the game for the whole five days and whilst the crowd was not as big as last summer with the Ashes it was still one of the largest crowds we have had in recent times. And there was no “racism” displayed at that game the Indians were consistently applauded for their efforts.

  26. Liju Philip says:

    Th: thanks for the adjectives. Am already blushing.

    Even i thought the Lalor boy crossed his limits writing his crap.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Liju quoting your first reference:

    “The ‘White Australia’ policy describes Australia’s approach to immigration, from federation until the latter part of the 20th century, which favoured applicants from certain countries.

    The abolition of the policy took place over a period of 25 years.

    Following the election of a coalition of the Liberal and Country parties in 1949, Immigration Minister Harold Holt allowed 800 non-European refugees to remain in Australia and Japanese war brides to enter Australia.

    Over subsequent years, Australian governments gradually dismantled the policy, with the final vestiges being removed in 1973 by the new Labor government”

    So from 1949 non-whites were allowed to immigrate to Australia, so your statement that “A country of thieves and scoundrels and a country that allowed immigration only to whites till the 1980s calls others racist?” is completely false. Also LOL that you used Wikipedia as a source. Oh dear.

  28. lazybug says:

    “Another ignorant incorrect comment. I was at the game for the whole five days and whilst the crowd was not as big as last summer with the Ashes it was still one of the largest crowds we have had in recent times. ”

    That was on the first 2-3 days when the aussies dominated! You obviously weren’t there on the last day, were you?

    “And there was no “racism” displayed at that game the Indians were consistently applauded for their efforts.”
    By whom? People like you who chickened out? And btw, the abuse happened after the match…and not in the stadium.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Lazybug, Lazybug, did you even read my comment? I was there all five days as previously mentioned. As for the chickening out remarks, if you knew anything about Australian culture you would know that any great efforts on a sporting field are applauded not matter which team they play for. I take you have proof of this so called abuse after the match? I suppose at least rocks arent thrown through team buses here.

  30. lazybug says:

    “I was there all five days as previously mentioned. ”
    And yet you couldn’t see the empty stands? I guess you were too shell shocked and saw the stands to be full of sporting aussies applauding Indians.

    BTW, here’s proof of the abuse, albeit about that in the stadium:
    “Indian supporters were also targeted at the Adelaide Oval during the 2003-04 tour.”
    http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/australia/content/story/234961.html

  31. th says:

    it is with regret that i must pull stumps on this conversation. intersting to be sure.

    liju, may we meet in another life sweet scented petal
    lazybug, you are far too weird to comprehend
    anonymous, a fellow aussie no doubt who is as bored at work as i am!

  32. lazybug says:

    “lazybug, you are far too weird to comprehend”

    for you simple peace-loving aussies. yeah sure!

  33. Anonymous says:

    Ah yes one line in an article written three years after the event supposedly happened must prove it! One question if we are suppsedly so racist why are there never any complaints from Pakistan, the West Indies, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh etc?

  34. lazybug says:

    “Ah yes one line in an article written three years after the event supposedly happened must prove it!”

    One line or one full article, proof is proof. You asked for it, you got it. now stop being escapist!

    BTW, That article also talks about the abuse meted out to the Sri Lankans, your fav. target.

  35. Liju Philip says:

    Anon my friend, seems like you forgot a character called Muralitharan and another fellow called Arjuna Ranatunga. The boos, the monkey chants, the spectators deciding that Murali was chucking and booing him.

    Did you forget how Monty Panesar of England was taunted about his turban? Do i need to make you count some more?

    Btw, taking 25 years to abolish a racist law is a great thing? By the time, the last straws of the law was abolished, it was 1973. Just 7 years diff than what i said.

  36. ICC says:

    The team playing the better cricket will win! Sreesanth or no Sreesanth!

  37. JB says:

    Liju,

    I have to admit, Australia’s record in relation to immigration and our own indiginious people is poor. That being said, things have improved over the last 30 years or so and the new generations of Australians do not share the values of the past.

    There is inequatliy in every country. India itself has left behind huge regions of people, who live in poverty, while other parts prosper in the “economic miricial”.

    It is sorry to hear that you feel Australians are a racist people. I can only say that Austrlians do not feel this way about your country fellows.

    P.S Muralitharan is a chucker and should have been forced to change his action or step aside. Monty Panesar has become somewhat of a cult hero. Arjuna Ranatunga objectioned to the Australians refusing to allow him to have a runner as “racist”. We just thought he was fat.

  38. Liju Philip says:

    Murali chucks? I think no one chucks as well as Bret Lee and i believe he’s your frontline bowler. Look at the slow-mo of his bowling and you can see perfectly that he throws the ball than bowl it. Same is the case with Shoaib Akhthar too. Anyway, its not for the aussie public to decide who chucks and who doesnt.

    Once the authorities have decided that he has a clean action. The matter is over. Period.

    As for your observation of Ranatunga, LOL.

  39. JB says:

    Liju,

    The authorities have not called Lee for chucking. Therefore he doesn’t. Case closed. Period.

    What are your thoughts about the “Monkey” comments in relation to Andrew Symonds in the last game?

  40. Liju Philip says:

    “What are your thoughts about the “Monkey” comments in relation to Andrew Symonds in the last game?”

    Its absolutely deplorable. There is no place for racism in sports or in any form in a civilized society. Iam all for the authorities to crack down on the fellows, arrest and charge them for racist behaviour.
    Am also in favour of banning the city from hosting any sports in the future till it cleans up its act.

  41. JB says:

    Liju,

    Don’t feel too bad.

    There are idiots at every game, in every city, in every country. We have them here as well.

  42. mylittleuniverse says:

    “Typical racist white superiority complex.”

    It’s the same typical response, say anything negatice about an Indian, Pakistani, African and clearly it’s a racist thing, it has nothing to do with the fact that what he’s doing is way past what you’d call sledging.

    He did the same to us when in England.

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