I was told by my journalist friend covering the Pakatan gathering at Kajang Stadium just now that Anwar did not even mentioned Reformasi 2.0 despite all the hype by his people.
Well, so much for all the noises.
Anwar is really an anti-climax.
DS Anwar Ibrahim is launching his Reformasi 2.0 in Kajang tonight.
I'm not really sure how he is going to pull it off with everyone at the moment are worrying about the missing MH370.
The Australian PM yesterday announced that some debris were spotted by satellite in the Indian Ocean, believed to be what's left of the missing plane.
I believe everyone were waiting anxiously for the confirmation of the finding.
Who actually cares about Anwar wanting people to go to the streets to topple the Malaysian government because he was convicted of buggering his former aide?
Probably only the staunchest of Pakatan supporters will be eager to do that.
I am sure others are sick and tired of all his nonsense.
I wonder if Anwar will tonight accuse the Australian PM and his administration of colluding with DS Najib Razak and the Malaysian government by timing the finding of the debris just when he was about to launch his streets protest.
After all, that was what he did to the Japanese authorities when he was denied entry into that country not too long ago.
So, tonight maybe PKR Youth members want to burn Australian flags the way they burned the Japanese flags the other day.
For Anwar, the world must always revolves around him.
Anyway, what is this Reformasi 2.0?
The young ones would probably have vague memories of the Reformasi riots of the late 1990s. It was a series of disturbances engineered by Anwar and his gang after he was sacked from his deputy prime minister post.
It was a violent time. Nothing compared with the Bersih streets rally where police exercise an amazing degree of restraint.
This sorts of behavior was not tolerated,
The boy who kicked the fallen policeman would had been probably whacked senseless for being so biadap and kurang ajar back then.
At that time it was the police who charged the unruly mob, instead of now where we got Tian Chua and Unit Amal members charging the police line.
And for whacking a policeman and turning into monkeys like this, the bastards would probably got a fractured skull in return.
Well, that was how it was during the original Reformasi. Nowadays these hooligans were getting away with anything short of murder.
I wonder if the police will just standby again if Anwar's minions start to create havoc again with the launching of the Reformasi 2.0 tonight.
On March 7, the day the Court of Appeals sentenced Anwar to five years jail for sodomy, his favorite boy, Azmin Ali declared in Kajang that Pakatan can only win if they take the fight to the streets.
It's war, he said.
I wonder if DAP and Pas will be interested to go to war to defend Anwar from going to jail for sodomy.
Some really nut case Pas members may want to join their PKR friends in the fun, but I doubt anyone in DAP will be too enthusiastic about all the nonsense.
Okay, maybe there are a few similarly loose screw DAP people who want to take part, but that's about it.
I don't think the Chinese were all that too enthusiastic to get whacked by the FRU in the event the authorities decided to get tough again like they were during the original Reformasi.
After all, Azmin Ali had already declared this to be a war, so, the authorities may take him seriously and really whacked those in the mob as it should be in a war.
So, what if they want to cry police brutality. It's war isn't it? You want war, then it's war you should get.
Back to the Chinese, if I remember correctly, the first time they went to a protest in large number was at the Himpunan Hijau in Kuantan to protest against Lynas.
The police did nothing to them at that rally.
Then they came in huge number to the Bersih rallies.
Festive carnival like atmosphere they said.
The only troubles were caused by some Malay ruffians among them.
Remember when Anwar gestured to Azmin for him to order the protesters to break through the police barriers at Dataran Merdeka?
Those provocations against the police were for the dramatic effect.
How else was he going to call them zalim and brutal if there were no such thrilling moments.
I doubt the Chinese really want a confrontation with a really zalim and brutal police force just to defend a Malay who was sentenced to jail for committing sodomy.
They not only don't want to have anything to do with the first Reformasi but had in fact sided with BN at that time. Without the Chinese all out support, BN would had lost the 1999 General Election.
Then there were the Bersih people like Ambiga. Will she join Reformasi 2.0? Anwar support you then, how can you say no to him now, right?
Marina Mahathir, you want to join this one? Go la with your daughter and support Anwar. It's fashionable, what. See what your dad has to say after that.
Well, I don't know how the authorities are going to handle this Reformasi 2.0 war being declared on them.
I hope they make the right decision this time.
If it's up to me, I won't let the troublemakers get away with such nonsense.