The government has finally decided to put a ban on Hindraf. A good one. As what Pasir Mas MP Datuk Ibrahim Ali told the Dewan Rakyat on Tuesday, Malaysia cant afford to plunge into racial disorder, neither can it withstand unruly organisations. After 51 years of Independence, we must not accord too much room to anyone, including politicians, to champion what is described as 'absolute freedom'. Malaysia differs from others. Bear in mind the consequences we may face should our streets are full with demonstrators who interupt traffics, burning shops, looting and other physical abuses. Worse still to live in a country where bi-partisan sects start to kill leaders, using explosive to voice out their demands and resorting to other free-hand methods. What will become of our economy? However, the government should consider revising the Internal Security Act (ISA) as some of its provisions are not relevant anymore. Hindraf, too, should observe the 'Malaysian code of conduct' if they want to pursue their case. Be more professional and do not add sentiment and emotion to it. Keep this country as harmonious as it can be, then everybody will enjoy the benefit of 'perpaduan kaum'.