Pakatan Rakyat’s plan to trigger chaos during GE13 has been revealed. Even the strategies of attacks and fabricating issues has been told to public. They include bringing in Anwar’s doppelganger from Thailand and launching chaos such as bombing operation room etc.
However, that is just the start. We know that the climax of their plan is to trigger a huge riot.
It will begin with riot in a few places during voting day. The riot will then spread via social media and turned to a big issue until many fall for the story. From there, election result will be rejected, open rejection are made in a huge scale which then people will be told to doubt and be angry over the government. In the end, demonstration on GE13 will be held in Kuala Lumpur, with the hope of bringing the government down.
It is not impossible that this demonstration will kick start a lot earlier, as soon as election results come in. If this happens, this means that they will take their places around Kuala Lumpur once they officially lose the election.
PR might need a huge surprising incident such as murder attempts or the murder of an influence leader during the riot in order to take it to the next level.
Whatever it is, the important thing for us is to understand their detailed plans.
An article from Outsyedthebox, seem to have agreed with my opinion where chaos will take place at the most strategic venue, Jalan Pudu. the blog gave a clearer description by taking the example of BERSIH demonstration back in July 9, 2011.
During the demonstration, we saw how supporters rallied at Jalan Pudu, Menara Maybank, Puduraya and Tung Shin Hospital instead of Dataran Merdeka, their ‘favourite’ place.
Their intention is to break the link between Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Parlimen, Jalan Raja Laut, Jalan TAR, Jalan Imbi and Jalan Bukit Bintang all at once.
If this happens, the whole Kuala Lumpur will come to a halt once traffic’s clogged up, and by then, riot can come to the maximum level. The incident of beating up police as well as the public is also possible. By then, foreign media should ‘coincidentally’ be there, with the headline ‘Malaysian Spring’.
If this plan is implemented during voting day, they might not be able to call up a huge number of supporters to cause a riot. However, this provides them an advantage as most leaders will be at a single area to celebrate the victory. They can simply surround the whole venue. However, this is worst case scenario, which may be impossible to be achieved.
Other than voting day, days which needs attention would be oath reciting day after GE where they will try their best to stop it.
However, the matter of when the riot would happen is significant as it will continue from now until the objective is reached.
What is certain, triggering chaos through the internet is not something tough because DAP’s Red Bean Army are prepared. With only 2,000 cyber troopers who each have 20-50 social networking site profiles, there is no doubt that they could spread negative perception to millions of people in no time.
This will be the excuse for foreign entities to take these perceptions as something serious, where they would then intervene with matters in this country.
This situation already happened around the world even before the era of internet. In most cases, bloodshed is a sure thing. The question of how big the scale of rakyat would be ‘sacrificed’ for this, depends on which side gives more benefit to the foreign power.
Syria, Egypt, Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan have gone through that. Do we really want to end up like them too?