John Sparks, Asia correspondent for the Channel 4 News, was filming on the anti-government rally’s Ratchaprasong intersection stage in January. He asked this question to Seri who failed to give an appropriate answer. Seri is a well known PDRC propagandist, university academic and president of the transgender beauty contest Miss International Queen. Even the most […]
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 […]
Caving in to Buddha Isara’s demand, EC agreed to post anti-election banner in meeting to political parties today — Mr. Sunai of Human Rights Watch
Thailand’s general election held in February was declared invalid Friday after disruption by opposition mob, setting the scene for possible talks between warring political parties about new polls to end the deadlock. While the ruling from the Constitutional Court further delays the formation of a new Government, it also offers a possible exit from the political […]
This man, a “security guard” employed by the anti-government mob organizers, was detained by Thai police. He was armed and was seen at numerous Democrat Party-led demonstrations. This leaves us to the question: How many more armed thugs are there among the demonstrators?
A continuation from my previous post about an intoxicated man who was repeatedly attacked by the Democrat Party-led mob. Recommended Read: Blackshirt mob attacking police officers
The ‘V for Thailand’ or infamously called the “White Mask” group has announced their decision to temporarily halt their planned rallies. The group has proven to be ineffective in garnering a united stand on their issues. Weekend protests have led many to think that the group is championed by ultra-nationalists, neo-fascists (Pitak Siam) and communists. […]
Many Bangkokians would not call it an invasion, and with the 700 policemen on duty to supervise the peace, the numbers of white-masked PAD demonstrators were not intimidating to the capital city of Thailand. The leadership and motivation which drives the mob was rumored to be related to a leftist group of “forest monks” called […]