What started in disreputable character and bad taste of showing off his wealth, the law has caught up with a young PDRC leader, Thanat “Nat” Thanakitamnuay. The police arrested him, along with his armed bodyguard.
Thai PM Ms. Yingluck Shinawatra told the military on Tuesday to help guard against drives toward separatism, and told Cabinet ministers to avoid creating conditions that might add fuel to the fire. As the Minister of Defense, Ms. Yingluck asked the armed forces commanders to help provide internal security oversight in every province. She told […]
People’s Democratic Reform Committee has lost much of their supporters. Photo was taken a few days ago at the Asoke intersection near to the Central World shopping mall.
It was reported on Thursday that the “guards” from People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) had assaulted and illegally detained a man who works in an agency of the Government. The assailants’ reasons are unknown but this is not the first time random assault on the public has been made. Despite the growing violence committed by […]
A Thai state-owned public broadcaster, MCOT, released the following news:- Thailand’s army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha today called on the government to urgently end the widening use of weapons to attack protesters, judges, independent agencies and state office buildings. He said the use of weapons, whether on protesters or the authorities, was a serious offence against the […]
Former Prime Minister and disgraced Democrat Leader Abhisit Vejjajiva arrived at the Criminal Court to face charges in connection with the 2010 street protest crackdown. The charges brought forth accused Abhisit of conspiring to murder the protesters and civilians by ordering the Centre for Resolution of Emergency Situation to disperse the 2010 red-shirt protests, which […]
There has been a rapid formation of anti-Government informal groups in Bangkok. It has always been in Bangkok, the core power base of the Democrat Party. The simplicity of politics, where the politicians of a dwindling party but those with the character of the prosperous and rich, has overturn the inclination that our country is […]
The Criminal Court of Thailand has postponed until Dec 2, once again, the examination of evidence and testimonies from the 96 People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) defendants charged in eight separate cases over the seizure of Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi airports in November and December 2008. They are charged with offences including terrorism, illegal assembly, use […]
Over and over Bangkokians have heard about anti-flood promises made by their elected Governor. Now Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has promised to another 4- year plan to prevent flooding in the city. Governor Sukhumbhand Paripatra has proposed to the national Government for a budget of 23 billion baht to implement the flood prevention program, which encompasses […]
The white mask robbers made the Thai news, splashed across the newspapers and local media. Bangkokians are concerned about the connection between the criminals and the “Guy Fawkes” demonstrators despite the denials of politicians.
Cartoonist Somchai Katanyutanant, infamously known by both fans and readers by his pseudonym Chai Rachawat, reported to Metropolitan Police Division 1 on Monday morning to hear defamation charges filed against him by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Somchai is employed by Thai Rath, seen by many as a semi-tabloid newspaper. According to the news, “people turned up […]
Democrat list MP Nipon Boonyamanee, a party deputy secretary-general, will resign his seat in parliament tomorrow to run in a local election for the post of president of the Songkhla provincial administration organisation (PAO). Democrat Party’s executive committee on May 13 passed a resolution agreeing that Mr Nipon resign and run for the presidency of the Songkhla PAO. The […]
Injustice Fact: 1) Abhisit can & did amend the military constitution, but Yingluck can not Abhisit Vejjajiva, a Thai born in England, is a master at political subversion and rallying the Elites to his hypocritical war-cry. I read the Thai Intelligence News with great interest, some of the highlights described truthfully: “Abhisit does not care […]
Former PM Abhisit Vejjajiva had called in army to crack down on the Red Shirt demonstrators in Bangkok. Snipers were deployed to shoot-and-kill. Nearly 100 people died and over 2000 people were injured, while Abhisit hid in the military barrack. โดนยิงตายกว่า 100 ศพ บาดเจ็บกว่า 2000 คน ยังมารวมตัวชุมนุมกันอีก…อย่างนี้ต้องจ้างเท่าไหร่? tfn5.info/board/index.ph… twitter.com/thomasFATCAT/s… — ThaiFreeNews (@thomasFATCAT) May 19, […]
The Democrat Party continues to puzzle the Thai people with its political scandals, outbursts and antics. Apparently the Democrat Party wants to write to all the foreign ambassadors in Thailand to denounce Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s speech about democracy when she was attending the 7th Ministerial Conference on the Community of Democracies. Mr. Chawawanont (Democrat spokesman) […]
“She (Yingluck Shinawatra) should clearly distinguish her roles as a sister and the prime minister. She may feel sorry for her brother being overthrown from power, but that’s a personal matter. It is also not right to defend her brother, who is a fugitive wanted by the Thai authorities,” said Democrat Party chief Abhisit. Former Prime […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) established Krungthep Thanakom Co to oversee its business operations. But it was reported on January 16 that the Department of Special Investigation has proceeded with charging the scandalous extension of the contract which needed the prior approval of the interior minister. The unauthorized extension is seen by many as an illegitimate […]