They may think they're being patriotic, but are they being reasonable? (Photo by Hussein Shaharuddin/The Mole)
We must not fall under the illusion that this mass sit in at Dataran Merdeka (or any other venue they want to occupy) will be peaceful or non-political.
We have experienced this last year when the pied piper led approximately 10,000 (a generous estimate) people to demonstrate against the rule of law. It wasn’t actually an effort to have a free and fair election (that should be done on the discussion tables) but an actual test of strength by the vocal minority to usurp the rule of law in Malaysia with their brand of jungle laws.
In their books, anything goes. Malaysia has laws and rules but to them, their desire too break these rules are their basic ‘human right’ albeit a wrong one and devoid of any common sense.
Their latest stand where Dataran Merdeka is a public place and anyone have the right to sleep or set up tents there are enshrined in their democratic freedom is one such error in their outlook about human rights.
Read more at JEBAT MUST DIE.