The “Red Shirt” chief, Mr. Jatuporn Prompan promised on Sunday that the red shirts will come back for another big rally on the day the charter court rules on the case involving the transfer order of Thawil Pliensri. The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) leader told government supporters gathered on Aksa road that […]
There was a Twitter Storm last night. Barely could keep up on the timeline as Thais tweeted about the Red Shirt rally, to show their support for democracy, the Government and Prime Minister, Yingluck. For more photos, go to this Facebook.
Tens of thousands of red shirt pro-government supporters gathered Sunday at a sports complex in northwestern Bangkok to express their support for Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra who is facing pressure from anti-amnesty and neo-fascists rallies. The supporters are mostly from north and northeastern Thailand. Many of the red shirts are also supporters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin […]
Only if we adhere to the principle of forgiveness and reconciliation can the country move forward. Amicable talks can lead to a way out of the impasse. In the spirit of national peace and humanity, Yingluck has called on all sides for compassion. She said this after meeting families of the fallen in the crackdown […]
Tony Blair met with Abhisit Vejjajiva, the unelected ex-Prime Minister of Thailand. This cartoon explains the effect of meeting the man who ordered the brutal crackdown of Red Shirt demonstrators in 2010.
Following Facebook case, now a Twitter case of equally “Open & Blatant” threat to “Kill” Red Shirts. A post from Thai Journalism Watch, written by Terence Chulavachana, revealed the extent of hate speech of a Thai soldier who looks down upon the Red Shirts. In the post, Terence says: “I swear I will send bullets […]
Red Shirts Demonstrate against Sexist Cartoonist Somchai About 100 red-shirts rallied in front of the head office of Thai Rath newspaper on Vibhavadi Rangsit road on Tuesday afternoon, demanding action against cartoonist Somchai Katanyutanan, better known by his pen name Chai Ratchawat. The red-shirts, led by Chatchawal Kritchanasut and Jutipong Poommoon, demanded to know what action the […]