A-aahh!!! Another dirty trick by Anwar's supporters again. That's why I mentioned much earlier not to underestimate them. They will do anything for this 'lord' of theirs.
Bukit Aman has just given them a 'GO' to their planned 'peaceful rally' at the Kuala Lumpur High Court on January 9. The permitted venue is the car park area which is located just a few meters from the Court's doorstep.
Remember Bersih 2.0 demo last year? They said children were not allowed but we could spot some of them among the adults. And this time around, PKR vice-president Tian Chua said Pakatan Rakyat cannot tell the children to stay away from the rally or advice parents not to bring their kids to the venue.
So, what's the whole idea?
By logic, if PR pools about 100,000 supporters on that day, trouble cannot be discounted. When they promised a peaceful demo for Bersih 2.0, their supporters went out of control. Police orders were defied.
What is the assurance this time that they wont create any chaos? I bet it will be more rowdy than before. And with children joining them, there is a possibility they will be used as 'a shield' to confront the police.
Its easy to read between the lines, isn't it? If Anwar is found not guilty, its ok (I suppose). However, if the High Court finds the PR leader guilty (I hope he is not), do you think the 100,000 supporters will remain quiet?
I believe the police is ready for this but I better think of the worst first. If the court's decision is not in Anwar's favor, please watch his supporters very closely.
Will they remain calm and stand up to police order? I don't think so. They will make noise, thumping the feet, mocking the police and the court... and worst still, throng the court! They will go on rampage if the verdict reads Anwar as guilty as charged!
And the children are there, remember?
That's what Tian Chua meant when he said 'we can't stop the children from coming...'