It is just the nature of PR leaders when it comes to creating issues, which then would be dragged by involving the national security, which they would then blame the central government.
That is what is happening in Lahad Datu, Sabah, which showed the invasion of about 100 Sultan Sulu followers whom were invited by PR leader after they were promised a region at the state.
They labeled themselves as Sultan Sulu Army where most of them are armed and are surrounded at Lahad Datu, at the same time the authority is still under negotiations to settle this issue in peace.
PR realized that their role in this issue has been exposed to the public after Philippine military confirmed that the invitation came from a Malaysian opposition leader, and they are in the hot seat.
Sabahans who managed to see that there is an inside job to this matter, rise up by criticizing the unpatriotic move made by opposition leader from Peninsular for trying to threaten Sabah’s public safety.
PR is now stuck and it is PR nature to keep on blaming people when they are in a tight space. They are blaming the authority for taking the measure of negotiating with the invaders.
The reason the negotiations are taken is because the authority realize that there is space to settle this in peace without having to follow any of the invaders’ demands.
If violence is the priority, that would be the last resort if all negotiations turn sour and Malaysian Armed Force (MAF) would follow the orders to protect our country.
However, as long as there is still room for negotiations, no harm will be done, that has been Malaysia’s policy.
Despite this, PR leaders kept on trying to provoke the public to question the authority for making those negotiations, and at the same time belittles the national defence system in facing issues as this.
This immature move does not help anything, instead, PR’s provocation would only cost them their negotiation process.
Generally, PR love to see chaos, and if there is any blood shed in Lahad Datu where all invaders are killed, PR hope that it could benefit them.
PR leader promised a region to Sultan Sulu and his soldiers, and now PR want to see blood shed? Weird.
Whatever it is, lets hope that everything would go smoothly. We believe that this issue can be settled in a few days from now without any blood shed