Thai Gov’t agreed to extend ISA from 1 May till 30 June

  The caretaker cabinet held its weekly meeting today at the National Science Museum in Pathumthani province to consider a proposal of the National Security Council to extend the enforcement of internal security law (ISA) in Bangkok for 61 more days when it expires end of April. The caretaker government still cannot return to the […]

18 anti-democracy leaders get free pass to escape conviction

‎The Criminal Court on Thursday ordered the withdrawal of arrest warrants for 18 leaders of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) and Network of Students and People for the Reform of Thailand (NSPRT), including Suthep Thaugsuban, for violating the emergency decree. ‎Even with news and police reports about the violence and intimidation caused by PDRC […]

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 […]

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 […]

Santi Asoke Consorting With Pitak Siam

Santi Asoke is a deviant group of self-proclaimed monks. They showed their support for anti-democracy by participating in the Nov 24 rally organized by Pitak Siam. Their right in associating themselves with any organization must be acknowledged but that in itself is a self-defeating act of being impartial, as Pitak Siam is a neo-fascist group […]