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Shinawatra extradition efforts hurt by 'false perceptions': PM Prayut

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2 hours ago, JOC said:

What about "Thai wrongdoers living in Thailand" aka coup generals...?

The coup came to stop the Shins raping and pillaging the country for their own greedy ends. The delay in the election is because  the reds have continued to organise on behalf of the Shins and the military cannot stop their disruptive influence. Thailand is on the USA radar who are funding and winding up the opposition to suit their own ends. The call for a "return to democracy" is utter nonsense and a complete lie. There has never been democracy here. Democracy relies on the rule of law. Ever seen that here? Off course not. Many Thais support the military, in spite of people who think otherwise. Most folk want a country in which they can live safely and prosper - that won't happen under the Shins.

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 "......Prayut Chan-o-cha admitted yesterday that misunderstandings overseas could be a factor in the Thai government’s unsuccessful requests.........."

 

I've never heard a military coup called a misunderstanding before

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39 minutes ago, steven100 said:

Well said Khun Prayut Chan O Cha.  Just keep grinding away and hopefully the thai people will get the justice they so rightly deserve and are waiting for.

Image result for pics of khun Prayut

 

  Foreign countries cooperated by informing us of where they were, but when we asked them about extradition, they were silent,” Prayut said, "

 

Yep, eventually the message will sink in.

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42 minutes ago, ianf said:

Democracy relies on the rule of law. Ever seen that here? Off course not

You have hit the nail bang on the head there! The perception of the Thai rule of law with a military, which has staged two successive coups to forstall election results, and which has let us say a certain reputation for issues involving competence and corruption, may almost certainly be colouring international reaction to their attempts to extradite their democratically elected predecessors for "convictions" involving allegations of corruption and incompetence!

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1 hour ago, ianf said:

The coup came to stop the Shins raping and pillaging the country for their own greedy ends. The delay in the election is because  the reds have continued to organise on behalf of the Shins and the military cannot stop their disruptive influence. Thailand is on the USA radar who are funding and winding up the opposition to suit their own ends. The call for a "return to democracy" is utter nonsense and a complete lie. There has never been democracy here. Democracy relies on the rule of law. Ever seen that here? Off course not. Many Thais support the military, in spite of people who think otherwise. Most folk want a country in which they can live safely and prosper - that won't happen under the Shins.

Managed to put a load of rubbish in a relatively short couple of sentences.

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

People have assumed that these kinds of things are all political while, in fact, they are violations of laws,”

The same sort of laws he has given himself and his military mates protection from with the use of Article 44. 

That same immunity which will be reversed retrospectively when someone else democratically takes control. 

 

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1 hour ago, steven100 said:

Well said Khun Prayut Chan O Cha.  Just keep grinding away and hopefully the thai people will get the justice they so rightly deserve and are waiting for.

Image result for pics of khun Prayut

Steven what have you done to the photo of poor Kun Prayut. You have edited it in some way where his head now is about the size and shape of a watermelon and he now looks like a Thai version of Dr Spock. 

He will be very disappointed in you.

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2 hours ago, LomSak27 said:

"misunderstandings"

 

Oh no. Those misunderstandings rear their ugly head again. How unfortunate.

The world has learn't from their mistakes this lot are still in Napier's

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OK, I understand your point of view: you think that countries harboring Thai criminals are viewing these cases as political. Alright, let's drag the Red Bull calf into the spotlight again: Here is a Thai criminal whose crime and situation is definitely not political, yet he has been assisted by Thai official on every turn until fleeing the country. Can you then highlight any efforts past and continuing made by your government to get this parasite back to Thailand to stand trial?

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31 minutes ago, Cadbury said:

The same sort of laws he has given himself and his military mates protection from with the use of Article 44. 

That same immunity which will be reversed retrospectively when someone else democratically takes control. 

 

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Won't happen. Any future attempt to annul this junta's amnesty and the tanks will roll in before you can say 'reconciliation'.

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3 hours ago, LomSak27 said:

"misunderstandings"

 

Oh no. Those misunderstandings rear their ugly head again. How unfortunate.

Misunderstandings are like brake faliures,same same but diffrent..Have a great day everyone.

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1 hour ago, ianf said:

The coup came to stop the Shins raping and pillaging the country for their own greedy ends. The delay in the election is because  the reds have continued to organise on behalf of the Shins and the military cannot stop their disruptive influence. Thailand is on the USA radar who are funding and winding up the opposition to suit their own ends. The call for a "return to democracy" is utter nonsense and a complete lie. There has never been democracy here. Democracy relies on the rule of law. Ever seen that here? Off course not. Many Thais support the military, in spite of people who think otherwise. Most folk want a country in which they can live safely and prosper - that won't happen under the Shins.

Yeah right,it's always the government what is wrong,it's never the good guys from Army,can you remind me how many governments did they kicked out?I stopped counting after 10

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4 hours ago, Odysseus123 said:

How utterly depressing.

 

By which I mean that NONE of them has the innate talent to organize a booze up in a brewery....

Or a chook raffle in a pub

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He said, "he did not discuss the matter with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who met with him in Bangkok".

 

Does Prayut think falangs and Thais are as dumb as him? "Talk the talk but he doesn't Walk the walk ". So stop talking Prayut and  shut up is my advice to him.

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