Chinese government agent behind Malaysia embassy protest

BEIJING — Days of anxious waiting and simmering anger exploded into full-blown outrage Tuesday as relatives of Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 marched to the Malaysian embassy in Beijing to demand answers.

While the crowd included many relatives of passengers, several also appeared to be Chinese government agents in plain clothes whose mission seemed to be not only guiding the protest but also keeping it from spiraling out of control. Some relatives said they believed authorities were giving them a way to release their anger for fear it could turn back on the Chinese government.

Leading up to the protest, some of the plainclothes men corralled the protesters onto buses, provided them with well-printed placards and t-shirts with slogans related to the plane, and lectured them on how to protest in an orderly fashion.

Many in the crowd, however, rejected the coaching, letting their most visceral emotions flow and accusing Malaysia’s leaders of lying to them. One woman cried, “give me back my son,” and demanded a thorough explanation of how investigators had determined with certainty using partial satellite data that the plane had crashed somewhere off the coast of Australia.

Full story – http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/their-relatives-declared-dead-families-of-plane-passengers-boil-in-anger-march-on-embassy/2014/03/25/59981710-b40c-11e3-b899-20667de76985_story.html?hpid=z2

p/s : Here in Malaysia, we have the fucked up Red Bean Army doing the same thing.

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