Why worry? Just ignore them. Let them march for nothing. They are just a bunch of anti-peace people.
Yes, they carry the Opposition's flag. So, what's the cause for alarm? If their 'peaceful' protest can bring about prosperity to the nation, may as well we support them. But they are up to nothing as their intention is to undermine the rakyat, the country and the benevolent government.
To Home Minister Hishammuddin Tun Hussein, no need paying so much attention to them. Let Ambiga and the rest take to the street. I don't believe they will only hold peaceful gathering at the Dataran Merdeka.
They will for sure provoke the police to interfere. But hold on! I think we've learn our lesson from Bersih 2.0 when they accused the police of brutality.
This time around, just let them. Deploy the police personnel at a distant to observe the rally. Install enough cameras to capture them from A to Z. Not a single policeman should be allowed anywhere near the protesters.
If Ambiga is wise enough, she will not proceed with Bersih 3.0. She knows bloody well that the traders and merchants in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Masjid India and its vicinity will not tolerate to have their business closed for the second time after losing millions of ringgit in 2011.
There is also news that Perkasa and Pekida will send their people to stop the march. However, Perkasa and Pekida aside, Bersih 3.0 will be facing stiff confrontation from the traders and merchants.
Should this happens, we cannot discount the fact that it will turn ugly. And if it leads to commotions, only then can the police move in.
But I believe Ambiga & Gang will blame the police for not protecting them.
See my point? Whether the police is there or not, they will still blame the force. They will criticise the government and the Home Ministry.
So, what actually are they fighting for? The answer is to help Pakatan Rakyat wins the next general election. Its not about election fraud or the allegedly corrupt Election Commission. Their main objective is to make Anwar the new prime minister, and with the support and attention given by their foreign government, they are already 'dead sure' of winning.
By disrupting business in the capital, they are so convinced that the rakyat is behind them.
O-oh... another thing. Last year, they offered between RM200 and RM300 to university and college students. I hope the Home Ministry and the Ministry of Higher Learning can collaborate to stop them from jumping onto the bandwagon.
Without students' participation, they will only form a small group... easier to handle should they try anything stupid or try to be funny.
And to members of the media, better stop publicising the rally from now on. Any attention would lead them to organise another Bersih, namely Bersih 4.0, Bersih 5.0 and so on. Why waste our time, money and energy for those bumps?