Ambiga said she didn't feel safe anymore. So, she employed two bodyguards to escort her wherever she goes, including to the washroom. They could be on guard outside her bedroom too.
She was giving the impression that Malaysia is not anymore a safe place to be. She feels threatened, intimidated and provoked. Someone would also possibly want to abuse and rape her, rob or kidnap her.
That's how she perceives Malaysia, and that's how she is passing on the message to the whole world - that Malaysia is full of lunatics, that Malaysia is turning into another Syria (picture), Yemen, Libya or Egypt. Worst still, she wants the international community to look down at Malaysia for not providing enough protection to her and the rest of her friends.
Simple. She wants to drive the investors away. She wants to put a halt to the inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) by painting a stinking picture about the low-level of security and stability in Malaysia. In that manner, foreigners will stop investing and we will see the start of capital flight very soon.
In months, the economy will take a tumble and the people will revolt against the government. And that would be the best opportunity for her and Pakatan Rakyat to play their game of 'importing' foreign agents to help rebuilding the nation, and claim credit for it.
But the foreign agents will stay. Iraq, Libya and Egypt are now ruled by US-and West-backed regime that nods to all instruction given. They become puppets on the string.
Isn't that what Ambiga and Anwar and others want?
Bersih has proven not a 'clean' approach after all. Whether those who took part or the police involved in the brawl, is not the issue but Bersih really opened up the door to the devil advocates.
I think Ambiga must employ more bodyguards, say.... 10 or 20. Who knows she would be our next home minister should Pakatan wins the next general election. Then she will be in-charge of the police, immigration, Rela and other key departments.
As a home minister, she could easily propose for all stringent laws on domestic security, the Penal Code, immigration law and others be repealed. A new law to recognise LGBT and same sex marriage could also be introduced.
I hope she doesn't restrict the public from seeing her at the office. Visitors should not be ruled to get permission and passes to go up the 12th floor of Blok D1, Parcel D, Putrajaya. Absolute freedom must be accorded to the rakyat, as promised by Pakatan.
Anybody who applies for gun permit must be able to get it so that each and every residence and home can keep their own pistol or shot gun for security reason. They should be allowed to shoot at anyone on suspicion.
And now that PM Najib has repealed the Sedition Act, Ambiga (as the future home minister) can also introduce another new set of law that allows Malaysians to verbally abuse each other, calling each other names and use profanity words in the media.
O-oh. Another thing. The new government should also allow people to take to the streets in protest of anything. Please do not let the police interfere because you didn't like it when you organised Bersih rallies.
And don't forget to close down all pro-BN newspapers and TV stations too!
But will Malaysia become safer under all this conditions?