Graphic Warning: Bangkok mob attacking a defenseless man

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   Advertisements

Thailand: Drunkard attacked by Democrat-led mob

A middle-aged man was beaten today by the Democrat Party-led mob. He was drunk and the mob thought he was an undercover policeman. It turns out that the poor victim was a fellow protester who was drunk on local whiskey as he was celebrating the gathering. Irrespective of his intoxication, the mob had no right […]

People’s Army: Fist Fight Prevented by Elderly Woman

At 7:00 pm on Sunday August 4, 2013, there was an argument among the members of the People’s Army. The incident took place outside of Lumpini Park, where people came close to exchanging blows. An elderly woman scolded the men and that prevented the situation from growing worse.

Human rights, rallies and improvements in Thailand

Even though the Government exercised the Internal Security Act (ISA) in the wake of the People’s Army rally, the protesters were not prevented from exercising their democratic right to assemble in peace. The poor turnout (picture) is evidence that majority did not support the People’s Army and the anti-democracy movement‘s call for a coup. There […]

People’s Army Sunday Rally

On Sunday, August 4, the anti-Thaksin People’s Army, gathered outside of Lumpini Park to protest against the Government. The crowd started late in the morning and ended with about 1,100 people at the popular park in Bangkok. Many sought the abolishment of the Government and demanded the army to intervene as similar to the 2006 […]

More court postponement on prosecution of PAD for terrorism

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 […]

Thai Patriotic Network gone amok against the Police

A judge in the Thai Court of Appeals has abandoned her ethics and reason to ram her car into metal barrier. Her behavior is unbecoming of a judge, and has made a mockery of her learned peers and tarnished the reputation of the court. From gjbkk blog, it states: Suwan Chidchanok a judge of the […]

Obsession with ‘Nazis’ just won’t go away – now fried Hitler chicken

Obsession with ‘Nazis chic’ just won’t go away – now fried Hitler chicken Schoolchildren dressing up as Nazis and a billboard advert showing Hitler were just the start. Thailand’s obsession with so-called ‘Nazis chic’ just won’t go away – and now a fried chicken takeaway called Hitler – complete with a logo showing the Nazi […]

Criminals wearing white-masks raid Bangkok store

On June 23, the Yellow Shirt demonstrators, wearing the “Guy Fawkes” white-masks, rallied at Central World, Bangkok. With slightly over 2000 people, they called for the resignation of the Prime Minister, and the abolishment of the elected Government of the Kingdom of Thailand.   On June 24, in the very early Monday morning, two white-mask […]

A Troubling Week in Thai Politics

It has been a very very troubling week. The drama tied to politics is infuriating to many. It is clear that regardless of the achievements and challenges faced by the Government, the opposition and the Elites are determine to dismantle democratic process. There was the Guy Fawkes rally in Bangkok which saw masked members of […]

Preah Vihear: Democrat Party Distorting the Facts

Deputy government spokesperson Sunisa Lertpakawat said that the Government of Thailand is determined to defend Thailand’s sovereignty in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to ensure that Cambodia will not be allowed to register the 4.6-sq km of land around Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage site. It was also reported in the Bangkok Post: […]

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 […]