Yingluck Leadership in Question?

The minority political opponents of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has tried to cast doubts about her capacity as premier and her ability to manage her Government. The 45 year old Prime Minister has achieved many of her 16-pointer campaign promises during the national election of 2011. So it is expected that the Democrat Party and foreign […]

The End of Abhisit’s Career?

Abhisit Vejjajiva, the fledgling leader of the Democrat Party, has been busy these past few months. The former Prime Minister is struggling with his case of fraud in the army, the charges of his involvement in the deaths of the Red Shirt demonstrators in 2010 and his bitter and insensible attacks on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra‘s national […]

2013 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM INDEX: Thailand and ASEAN

2013 WORLD PRESS FREEDOM INDEX: DASHED HOPES AFTER SPRING “The Press Freedom Index published by Reporters Without Borders does not take direct account of the kind of political system but it is clear that democracies provide better protection for the freedom to produce and circulate accurate news and information than countries where human rights are […]

Democrat Party’s Take on Preah Vihear

Democrat Party deputy leader Thaworn Senneam said that if the Government believed it has a good rapport and strong ties with the Cambodian Government, it should ask Phnom Penh to withdraw the case and settle out of court. This is an excepted reaction from Thaworn, who likes to simplify the matter because of his lack […]

Bangkok Election: Pongsapat intends to keep his pledges

Pheu Thai party candidate, Pongsapat, for the Bangkok Governor election wasted no time in reaching out to Bangkokians through out the busy city. According to sources, many were happy to see him because he is public-friendly, easy to talk to and knows the issues affecting the urban society in Thailand’s capital. Even Abhisit, the former […]

Eight Years of Failure: Will We See Change in Bangkok?

For the past 8 years, the Democrat Party ruled Bangkok, a cross-political irony that has been playing out Bangkokians. In the city, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration’s, or BMA for short, response to the sluggish development of a financial Armageddon was to, and seen as illegal and unlawful, the extension of the BTS contract. This was a self-described as […]

Boonmee Rermsuk, RIP but not in Bangkok

The Bangkok Criminal Court stated following the inquest that it lacked enough evidences and information to determine who shot a Red-Shirt demonstrator, Mr. Boonmee Rermsuk. On May 14 2010, during the crackdown ordered by Abhisit, Mr. Boonme was shot with a .223-caliber bullet at his stomach and died of blood infection months later in July. The Thai […]

ASTV’s Ownership over Freedom of Assembly

ASTV Manager consist of nationalists, belonging to the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD). It is the propaganda tool for PAD and the Democrat Party. Recently ASTV stepped on the toes of the Thai army, with venomous accusations against Army Chief Prayuth Chan-ocha on the highly sensitive matter of the pending ruling by the International Court of Justice […]

Bangkok Election: Urbanites are Worried about the Future

Sukhumbhand Paribatra‘s term as governor of Bangkok expires on January 10, 2013. He is well known for his erratic behavior, one of the most memorable was his promise to sue FIFA for a blunder that Democrat-friendly contractors did with the Futsal Stadium in the city. The rapid growth of Bangkok has a heavy price tag, […]

Bangkok Governor Election: Trouble in Democrat Paradise

Even those without any political inclination, are puzzled with the Democrat Party and its flip-flop attitude on the candidacy for Bangkok governor and the hyped election in 2013. The Democrats claim to have a healthy connection with Sukhumbhand Paribatra, who is the current governor. According to sources in the party, Abhisit and Apirak Kosayodhin are not […]

Thailand Justice

Abstract Thoughts about our Thailand

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Share on Linkedin Share by email Ohchr Sat, Dec 15 2012 05:42:01 0 likes  ·  0 comments #Thailand needs #justice for nearly 100 dead during #Abhisit‘s crackdown. He ordered live ammunition against protesters ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-89… Areva Aamy@ArevaAamy Sat, Dec 15 2012 02:48:18 ReplyRetweetFavorite #Abhisit […]

Inter-Parliamentary Union: Jatuporn Prompan’s Human Rights was Violated

The Governing Council of the Inter-Parliamentary Union, Having before it the case of Mr. Prompan Prompan, a former member of the House of Representatives of Thailand, which has been examined by the Committee on the Human Rights of Parliamentarians, pursuant to its Procedure for the treatment by the Inter-Parliamentary Union of communications concerning violations of the human […]

Abhisit the Master Spinner of Lies and Brutality

Abhisit believes in what he wants to believe. Too often he spins webs of deceit, only to believe in his own lie. He is convincing to some, specially with his British accent and his articulate manners when he’s outside of Thailand. But many are not easily fooled by Abhisit’s attitude. They see through the contradictory […]

Abhisit Crushing of the Red Shirts in Bangkok 2010

Former Prime Minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, recently faced hard-hitting questions during his interview with BBC regarding the use of live ammunition during the crackdown of the “Red Shirt” protests in 2010. The aftermath left over 95 people dead and about 2,000 people injured in Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. Abhisit’s government created a Truth and […]

BBC grilling Abhisit about his Involvement in the Crackdown 2010

Abhisit: Everybody knows what happened, and we are the ones that said that the judicial process has to run its course so that they were inquest into the death of the protesters and stand (you know) people who were there and uh…the has to be the accountability BBC: And that includes you because you were […]

Ex-PM Abhisit faces murder charges over Red Shirt crackdown in Bangkok

It is in the news today. Wonderful news. The former Prime Minister of Thailand, Abhisit, is to face a charge of murder over the death of a taxi driver. The victim was shot by the military during the crackdown of the Red Shirt rallies in 2010. Abhisit, who was responsible for the crackdown, must face […]

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Democrats escaping public scrutiny of their own foul deeds

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) of Thailand is planning to investigate alleged corruption on the ministers of Yingluck’s government. Two sub-committees were set up to probe the allegations in a petition submitted by a group of MPs from the Democrat Party. NACC plans to look into the unsupported corruption claims with the trade of rice to the […]

Thailand Overcoming Bouts of Fascism

General Boonlert Kaewprasit, the former leader of Pitak Siam (Protect Siam) and a retired Thai military officer left his smudge on the history of Thailand for his neo-fascist goals and the violent rally in Bangkok on November 24, 2012. He called for the removal of Prime Minister’s government, initially through military intervention, and when the […]

Censure Debate that Led to Nowhere

Regardless of what the Democrat Party would tell you, the censure debate proved to be a futile campaign against Prime Minister Yingluck and her government. Some of the Democrat politicians were still harping on issues that have no relevance to Yingluck’s capacity in managing the government or Thailand’s resources. I find the whole exercise a […]

Corruption in the backyard of the Democrats?

Recently Democrat Party list MP Ong-art Klampaibul said eight of the government’s programmes are riddled with corruption and warns if it completes its four-year term, the country will end up being in so much debt it will be at risk of becoming bankrupt. Democrats are exhausted of evidences. Its funny but what happened to the […]