Datuk Ahamd Ismail Bukit Bendera Umno chief (left) talking to the press at a press conference in his office.

The controversial Bukit Bendera Umno chief Datuk Ahmad Ismail on Tuesday defended his actions and said leaving his fate to Barisan Nasional Supreme council.

A clearly unrepentant and defiant Ahmad according to news reports willing to face any action, even if it was the Internal Security Act (ISA), after his meeting with BN and Umno president Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and his deputy Datuk Seri Najib Razak in Putrajaya today.

Asked if he was upset with BN leaders, he said he was not angry but said the Malays were generally upset by the move of BN leaders to apologise on his behalf on the remarks he made.

The Star reported Ahmad arrived at 12.50pm at the Prime Minister’s office here. He left at 2.40pm.

Ahmad has been at the centre of controversy after he called the Chinese “squatters” while campaigning for the Permatang Pauh by-election recently.

The question now is as Malaysiakini said ‘is he represent the swath of Malaysian society, or a lone ranger?

One thing for certain is that – he is seen by many of his supporters as a truly modern day Malay hero fighting the Jewish elements in Malaysian society.