They are planning to march from the Dataran Merdeka to the Petronas Twin Towers or something like that.
Bear in mind that it's going to be on Labour Day where elsewhere around the world the day was marked by street protests, many of which had turned ugly and violent.
Those who are going to participate will likely be the usual suspects such as these,
But seriously, do these young Pakatan-obsessed people really understand what is the GST and the real impact of its implementation? Do we?
The government had tried to explain the whole thing from the start, but as usual, those hell bend on toppling the BN government choose not to hear it and instead tried to drown out the explanation with their usual crap against the establishment.
For easy understanding of what is the GST, here is a Bernama report which was picked up by Sin Chew Daily (I choose to use the one published by a pro-Pakatan Chinese newspaper because I don't want to be accused of trying to peddle a government's propaganda stuff),
Here is another simple explanation of the GST,
Okay guys, please read those explanations. They are not too long, okay.
Please don't simply turn yourself into pawns of the Pakatan politicians by monkeying yourself on the streets to protest against something you don't actually really understand.
The advice was meant for Marina Mahathir too. Don't be such a dumb shallow old girl. It's not cool to be stupid, okay.
The Pakatan leaders actually needed this rally simply to whip up support for themselves.
They need to keep the momentum going against the government after their so-called "Kajang Move" fell flat on its face with PKR president DS Dr Wan Azizah Ismail only managing a win of reduced majority in a self-engineered by-election that no one really cares about, amidst the country's anguish over the missing MH370.
The Pakatan's so-called Reformasi 2.0 also apparently failed to gain any traction despite DS Anwar Ibrahim now facing the possibility of spending several years in jail for committing sodomy.
Nobody seems to really care about the old sexy daddy man anymore except his hardcore supporters.
Well, they can try to have this GST rally, but seriously, I think the right-thinking people among the ordinary folks were getting tired of all the nonsense.
I also believe the authorities need to stop being soft on those who want to flaunt their stupidity in public by having that rally in downtown KL.
If they still want to gather to protest against these and that, please ask them to go to some stadiums somewhere outside the city centre so that they do not disturb the life of other people.
They may claim to have the right to make monkeys of themselves, but I believe we, who disagree or don't give a crap about their political nonsense have the right not to be bothered by them too.
The authorities must develop a backbone on this. Otherwise, things will only get worse with these Pakatan clowns later on.
Well, if they really can't be persuaded from making a scene in a public place, ask them to have the rally at Gurney Drive in Penang. They can have all kind of political rallies there every weekend if they want.
I am sure Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng will be thrilled with the idea. As Mat Sabu said about such rallies, "Ini akan menjana economy kerana peniaga peniaga boleh menjual barang barang kepada peserta peserta demonstrasi."
How Guan Eng? You want the demo in Penang or not? Boleh menjana economy tau?