Totally agree with Hisham, our Home Minister.
"Let the rakyat be the judges... we have learn from Bersih 2.0..."
When the authority gave them permission to stage a 'peaceful' rally, they must keep up to the promises. Peaceful means no untoward incident, no clash with the police and most of all, no kids among them.
But such promises are meant to be broken. While the government recognises their (the Opposition) rights to organise such rallies and demonstrations, the latter takes it for granted that such permitting means they can go overboard.
Tian Chua made a silly statement yesterday that Pakatan Rakyat will not stop the children from joining the 901 rally on Monday, and neither can they advice parents not to bring on their kids to the venue, the Jalan Duta High Court.
Yes, we recognise their rights but do they recognise the rights of the masses for a peaceful and uninterrupted daily life? Its their rights to fight for the cause of Anwar Ibrahim but if kids are included and should the protest turns ugly, what rights is deem to be righteous?
The city folks are already contemplating. If Anwar is guilty, trouble is imminent. When Bersih 2.0 took to the streets, business was closed and it costs a few million ringgit in losses.
And is the High Court safe enough from possible ransack?