I am not sure whether the above is the same video by Free Malaysia Today as presented by Malaysiakini and which I mentioned in a previous post Was it worth cordoning off Dataran Merdeka? It discussed a Malaysiakini report that Papers blame Azmin, Anwar for 'instigating' chaos
TMI reported this:
In the very first few seconds of the 19-minute video Opposition Leader Anwar who is standing on top of a truck is seen making a rolling gesture with both hands in Azmin’s direction before the camera pans to the Gombak MP.
Azmin who is standing on top of the barricade with his back towards the square jerks his thumb over his shoulder and nods back in Anwar’s direction while an Indian male in a yellow T-shirt also makes the same gesture towards the PKR de facto leader.
The Selangor PKR chief then looks over his shoulder towards the man who some on Twitter say is a PKR member from Negri Sembilan, who in turn points at Azmin and nods back.
A few members of the crowd of 15 000 who were sandwiched between the square and Kuala Lumpur City Hall DBKL begin chanting ‘masuk masuk’ (enter enter) and the Indian man pushes the metal gate aside allowing the crowd to burst through.
Since then Anwar Ibrahim claimed he was signalling Azmin Ali to negotiate with the police, and not for his storm troopers to breach the cordon around Dataran as many had accused him and Azmin of inciting.
Both Anwar and Azmin fulfilled Dr Mahathir's Law of Forgetfulness and claimed they don't remember communicating with Tambee.
Perhaps the Indian bloke was there just to authenticate and decipher difficult-to-read hand signals for the couple.
A while ago I pasted on Facebook the following comments:
Should one 'negotiate' with the police after Bersih had come to a close (on instructions from Ambiga Sreenevasan) or at its very start? I'm going to send a couple a book titled "1001 BETTER excuses" wakakaka.