Anti-RedShirt Foreigners Do Not Know About Democracy

The Pheu Thai Party has repeated its call for Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva to take responsibility for the violent end to the red-shirt protests in 2010. The third anniversary of the May 19 crackdown is an emotional time for those who lost a loved one and the people who were injured by sniper bullets. Anti-RedShirt […]

Rejecting Anti-Democratic Regime

Components of an anti-democratic regime is not only visible but thriving in Thailand. There are still many pockets of neo-fascism and Thais wanting a feudal-style political arena. These factions are primarily holed in Bangkok and scattering influences outside of Thailand. Their anti-democracy beliefs are championed by their leaders, many who are very influential corporate captains […]

Thai Politics: Breaking New Ground on History Manipulation

The Democrat Party issued a statement on May 7, 2013 in response to Yingluck Shinawatra’s speech about human rights and democracy when she was invited by the President of Mongolia at the 7th Ministerial Conference of Communities of Democracies. It seems that the Democrat Party felt offended that Yingluck’s speech reflected the reality of Thailand, […]

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Northern Thais to Remember the Dead of 2010 Crackdown

United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship chair Tida Tawornseth is expected to lead the red shirts in performing a religious service and holding events to remember those killed during the violent crackdown that forcibly removed the UDD protesters from the protest site they had occupied for two months. Pol Sen Sgt Maj Pichit said the group […]

Red Shirts rally towards the Thai Parliament

Red Shirt members of the Radio Broadcasters for Democracy movement were heading to the parliament with the intention of submitting a letter to the senate speaker demanding the removal of the nine Constitution Court judges. As part of the Thai Government in freedom of peaceful assembly, the rally went on as planned, monitored by the […]

Abhisit Vejjajiva: Falsehood of Democracy

“She (Yingluck Shinawatra) should clearly distinguish her roles as a sister and the prime minister. She may feel sorry for her brother being overthrown from power, but that’s a personal matter. It is also not right to defend her brother, who is a fugitive wanted by the Thai authorities,” said Democrat Party chief Abhisit. Former Prime […]

Landslide Victory for Yaowapa Wongsawat in Chiang Mai

Yaowapa Wongsawat, sister of Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, scored a landslide victory in Sunday’s by-election for MP of Chiang Mai city, running under the tickets of the ruling Puea Thai Party and defeating a woman arch-rival from the opposition Democrat Party. According to officials of the Election Commission based in the Thai northern city, Yaowapa, won […]

Alliance for People’s Democracy

Alliance for People’s Democracy A group of people calling themselves the Alliance for People’s Democracy – all wearing red shirts – gathered on Monday to challenge the judiciary’s interpretation of the lese majeste law. The APD said it was disturbed particularly by the warning that the court has the right to prosecute and sentence those […]

Boonmee Rermsuk, RIP but not in Bangkok

The Bangkok Criminal Court stated following the inquest that it lacked enough evidences and information to determine who shot a Red-Shirt demonstrator, Mr. Boonmee Rermsuk. On May 14 2010, during the crackdown ordered by Abhisit, Mr. Boonme was shot with a .223-caliber bullet at his stomach and died of blood infection months later in July. The Thai […]

Thailand Justice

Abstract Thoughts about our Thailand

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Share on Linkedin Share by email Ohchr Sat, Dec 15 2012 05:42:01 0 likes  ·  0 comments #Thailand needs #justice for nearly 100 dead during #Abhisit‘s crackdown. He ordered live ammunition against protesters ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-89… Areva Aamy@ArevaAamy Sat, Dec 15 2012 02:48:18 ReplyRetweetFavorite #Abhisit […]

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 […]

Abhisit Crushing of the Red Shirts in Bangkok 2010

Former Prime Minister, Abhisit Vejjajiva, recently faced hard-hitting questions during his interview with BBC regarding the use of live ammunition during the crackdown of the “Red Shirt” protests in 2010. The aftermath left over 95 people dead and about 2,000 people injured in Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. Abhisit’s government created a Truth and […]

Ex-PM Abhisit faces murder charges over Red Shirt crackdown in Bangkok

It is in the news today. Wonderful news. The former Prime Minister of Thailand, Abhisit, is to face a charge of murder over the death of a taxi driver. The victim was shot by the military during the crackdown of the Red Shirt rallies in 2010. Abhisit, who was responsible for the crackdown, must face […]

Conflicting Truths of Justice in Thailand

The Truth for Reconciliation Commission of Thailand (TRCT) was formed by the government of Abhisit Vejjajiva to look into the military violence in 2010. The military was summoned by Abhisit, who was the Prime Minister then, in the wake of the “Red Shirt” street protests in Bangkok. According to the declaration of protest, the Red […]