Pro-PDRC candidate elected as Thai Senate Speaker

The new Senate Speaker is Mr. Surachai Liangboonlertchai, who won 96 votes while Pol Gen Jongrak Jutanont, the other candidate, got 51, with one absention. Mr. Surachai, an appointed senator, was a deputy speaker and acting speaker of the upper house. He is backed by the Group of 40 appointed senators, the anti-government People’s Democratic […]

PDRC’s Hero of the Month

T-shirts of the “popcorn gunman” sold openly in Bangkok. Mr. Vivat Yodprasit, 24, a native of Phitsanulok was caught and in March admitted to being the “popcorn gunman” hired by the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC). While we frown upon violence, the supporters of PDRC a treated Vivat as a “hero” – proving they rely […]

Journalists were not allowed in Abhisit meeting with army chief

Opposition party leader Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva called on Supreme Commander Gen Tanasak Patimaprakorn today to exchange views on how to end the current political impasse. The closed door meeting was held at the The Armed Forces Headquarters. Journalists were not allowed to the meeting. The irony is that Abhisit has been demanding for live broadcast as […]

Thai Opposition Head grumbles of security, avoids EC meetings

Fans take pics of Dem chairman Abhisit at Dem HQ. Abhisit didn’t go to today’s EC meeting b/c of “security concerns.” (by Khasod News). The head of the opposition party avoided the election commission on an alleged threat to kill him. Critics have condemned Abhisit for his absence and his lame excuses. Abhisit, an ex-Prime […]

Post-Songkran Thoughts about PDRC and Democracy

Suthep Thaugsuban’s hatred for the Shinawatra knows no limit. The PDRC chief has sent a barrage of hate speech, defamatory and sexist remarks on to Ms. Yingluck and her brother Mr. Thaksin, while Suthep’s allies take potshots at the children of the Shinawatra. Jeers are met with cheering, whistle blowing and cat-calls. The cheering are […]

Final battle is upon us, indicates PDRC fascist chief

Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban told supporters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee to brace for the “final battle” and wait for his signal after the Songkran festival. The PDRC neo-fascist chief said he was confident that the battle would end by the end of this month (April) and “the people will triumph because the situation has […]

Lets not have an election, says the Democrat Party

Democrat Party Spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut pleaded with all political party members and those in the coalition government to take one step back and not be so eager to host another general election in the near future. He further stated that the solution to the country’s problems is not in the hands of the Democrats, but […]

Capacity Assessment of Anti-Corruption Agencies

Writing about corruption in Thailand is never an easy feat. The overwhelming world of corruption was made popular by the co-leaders of neo-fascist group like People’s Democratic Reform Committee. They said, it is acceptable when corrupted practices are small in comparison to larger corruption. This is a blend of Thai acceptance of corruption where the […]

When spirituality used in Thai politics

Monks play an important role in spiritual and social aspects of Thailand. Remembering the incidents of a monk, a co-leader of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) has left many confused about the role of religious “neutral” people of the cloth. Extracts from Reuters’ 1st March article: A young Thai man and woman are on […]

Once again PDRC chief uses hate speech

Suthep Thaugsuban is a man filled with loathing. He said on Thursday night at the PDRC rally site in Lumpini Park. “If you still do like this, your son will have to learn Kaag language.” His supporters cheered and blew their whistles in support. “Kaag” is a derogatory Thai word, usually used to describe Arabs, […]

PDRC mob rallies will continue for months, says CMPO

The political rallies by the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) will drag on for several more months because the anti-government group has not yet achieved its goal of overthrowing the administration, said Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) Director Chalerm Yubamrung. Police Captain Chalerm, the CMPO Director, asserted that ‘verdicts’ handed out by independent […]

The Democrat Strikes Back

The Thai political crisis is being exacerbated by a corrupted opposition party. The Democrat Party’s failure to comply with ethical standards and corruption scandals have forced their former Members of Parliament and senators to distract the public. Distractions resulted in their official support to boycott the Feb 2 poll. The Democrat’s civil disobedience is in […]

Diaries of Democrats and Deceivers

The Democrat Party has tons to say about corruption of others but are silent when it comes to the corrupted practices of their members and their families. Let us look at Mr. Atavit Suwanpakdee. He is a young politician, an influential crony among the special circles of the Democrat Party.  He has on many occasion […]

Thailand left behind: political crisis

The country has seen much conflict from the dazzling lights of Bangkok to the Deep South of insurrection-torn provinces. Political crisis has reduced society’s trust in the opposition, which is led by the Democrat Party and its PDRC mob. The system of Government, on the rails of democracy, has been the target of neo-fascism. In […]

Thai ex-PM Abhisit guilty, says Court

The Central Administrative Court on Friday ruled that ex Prime Minister Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva was guilty of dereliction of duty for failing to reinstate former police chief Patcharawat Wongsuwon. According to the lawsuit, Pol Gen Patcharawat said he had sent formal letters asking Mr. Abhisit, who was also then chairman of the Police Commission, to […]

Bangkok Governor’s Safety City Policy is a Sham

Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra assigned city law enforcement officials to tighten security measures and provide greater support to police to ensure the safety of residents of the capital and those in and near protest areas. According to MCOT, the Governor presided over a ceremony to provide moral support to municipal workers on duty at City […]

Chitpas wants a policeman to find her

Suthep Thaugsuban’s pet cheerleader, Ms. Chitpas has been the center of controversy for the disgraced Democrat Party and her family. She is the daughter of a respectable tycoon but has tarnished the family’s name. Mr. Jutinan Bhirombhakdi was quoted by the Bangkok Post (23 December 2013) to have been disappointed by his daughter’s actions. He […]

Heroic Thai policeman tries to save lives

Violence erupted in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, yesterday when the Thai Royal Police tried to disperse anarchists and members of the so-called People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC). After failed negotiations and consultations between the police and the unrepentant fascist leaders of PDRC and former MPs of the Democrat Party, the police moved in to uphold the […]

Silent Coup D’etat in the Land of Smiles

‎While the people of Thailand are familiar with the traditional coup d’etat, when tanks and armoured vehicles occupy strategic locations in the capital city, presently we see the silent coup d’etat being orchestrated by the oldest political party of the country. The Democrat Party has help from right wing independent organisations, one such is the […]

Thailand: The Rising Violence of Evil

In the evening, it was reported that a taxi driver was assaulted by Suthep Thaugsuban‘s mob as the driver went to the group to question about the barricade at Vibhavadi Road, Bangkok. His car was vandalized and he was left unconscious and bleeding on the road. Recommended Read: Subjecting Thais to Terror Tactics