I saw how they romped barricades, bashed up police personnel, smashed up and overturned vehicles and ransacked public properties. Kuala Lumpur was at a standstill, most of its business had to close while the massive traffic jams kept tourist out of sight.
So much of a 'peaceful demonstration'! They were animals!
To Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak, you got every reason to delay the general elections or not having it at all for another term. We experienced that in the 1960s. And should situation demands, we should reinstate ISA!
This is OUR country. As long as we have a good benevolent government, we must not compromise of security and stability matters. The people need to be protected from subversive elements. To keep the house in order, we must be strict about it.
Bersih was formed for fair election. And until they are satisfied that our electoral system is free of vote rigging as they alleged, there is no need to rush for a national poll. Najib has to be firm on this. If we call for a general election now, there is no guarantee that it will be held in a peaceful manner.
Bersih has shown us how capable they are in breaking up barriers of law. They took the law in their own hands, disrespecting orders and risking the life of many. Most important was the fact that they didn't respect the voice of the masses. The losses and difficulties the people faced during the rally was non of their concern.
Their main concern was to stage a coup. Its all about power, nothing else matters. Once in power, I don't think they will allow another 'Bersih' to be staged by their opposition (the BN). Perhaps, they will introduce a new bill that is more draconian that the ISA. And with support from foreign agents, the country would be sold to the devils!
Ambiga, Anwar, Nik Aziz, Lim Kit Siang and others have lots to explain on the unruly conduct of Bersih 3.0. There was no better word to describe those at Dataran Merdeka, Masjid Jamek, KLCC, Masjid Negara and other places in the capital on Saturday, rather that calling them 'the new agents of communist'.
Once again, there are valid reasons for the PM to delay the elections and for Hisham to consider a new approach in dealing with such subversives.
After all the effort to develop the country and make Malaysians as one, we cannot just let it go down the drain just because we have to bow to these people.
Ambiga should be grateful that the police personnel were so professional in dealing with her supporters yesterday. Had Bersih was staged in other countries, including the US, she and her friends will not see the sun again.
So, this is how you want to form a government!