Video: BlackShirt anti-democracy mob assaulting Thai cops

I fear the ‘blackshirt’ mob are intentionally creating chaos. They are provoking the authorities and want to see the dismantling of an elected government, and install their political leaders. Recently a senior member of the right-wing group called upon the people to remove the government and ban Parliament for at least 4 years. This was […]

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 planning a rally in Bangkok

It is almost forgivable to mistaken the new self-styled “People’s Army” with the People’s Army of Vietnam. The Thai version of it comprises of Pitak Siam, People’s Alliance for Democracy, disgruntled members of Thai politics, Thai Patriots Network, communists and the V for Thailand “White Mask” group. They have agreed to join Pitak Siam’s 4 […]

V for Thailand: It’s Time for a Reality Check

Democracy is about the just rule of the majority in an accountable system of governance but in spite of that the White Mask demonstrators are calling to ignore the results of the 2011 elections and in the hope to install their own “rule by the minority” concept of administration.  

Guy Fawkes in the Democrat Party

A member of the Democrat Party offering support to the small demonstrators called the “white mask” or infamously known as “Thai Guy Fawkes” – the movement, which includes fascist groups like Pitak Siam, Communists and PAD, has been calling for the abolishment of democratic systems.

Masked Mobs at Central World, Bangkok

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 […]

Democrats and Neo-Fascists Condemn Yingluck’s Speech about Democracy and Human Rights

Democrats, people with ultra devotion to neo-fascism, Yellow Shirts and some reporters with extremist views are attacking Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra for her speech about democracy. Yingluck speech made in reference to democracy and human rights is available HERE. The haters on Facebook and Twitter have called Yingluck a “whore” and placed her in the […]

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 […]

Censure Debate that Led to Nowhere

Regardless of what the Democrat Party would tell you, the censure debate proved to be a futile campaign against Prime Minister Yingluck and her government. Some of the Democrat politicians were still harping on issues that have no relevance to Yingluck’s capacity in managing the government or Thailand’s resources. I find the whole exercise a […]

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 […]

CCTV Footage: Confrontational Pitak Siam Demonstrators

You can see from this CCTV footage that the barricades and barb wires were removed from an aggressive group of Pitak Siam demonstrators. They clearly know what they were doing, and with the intent for a face-off with the riot police, despite the warnings of the police to stop and return back to the main […]

Pitak Siam: Into the Abyss of Democratic Demise

Bangkok is preparing for the return of the infamous neo-fascist ultra-right group, Pitak Siam (Protecting Siam). From the police force to members of the general public, that name carries confusion and the hint of pandemonium. However this time the boundaries of politics have changed, Thailand saw Pitak Siam declaring their intent to forcibly remove the […]