Take, for instance, the eminently reasonable suggestion that the pace of reform should depend on the security situation. Coupled with the threat to Special Branch, this provides an incentive for some very powerful and secretive people to foment trouble.
There have been documented cases of the use of agents provocateurs before.
What guarantee do we have now that, with jobs and a whole way of life at stake, this will not happen again?
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