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BANGKOK 16 February 2019 21:28
snoop1130

Pigeon death creates a bizarre finale to Prayut’s talk on superstition

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7 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

Are they sure it was the crows that did for the pigeon and not some fat bloke with a high powered rifle ?

 

It was a 3rd party....

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9 hours ago, janclaes47 said:

I think the dead pigeon means it's time to move back to the barracks and let an elected pm rule the country.

 

Better take heed asap.

It was a white pigeon getting eaten by the black crows.....guess the white pigeons better leave before the elections or they'll get eaten alive.

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Oh no, not slaughtered pigeon syndrome! What will befall us next? :shock1:

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

“We are people of Thailand 4.0. These things happened by natural causes. Yet, we also don’t look down on those superstitious incidents,” the premier said.

o double-speaker; i see, it is and it isn't

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1 minute ago, Samphawesi said:

Sorry, what does "breaking of some lotus basil" mean? 

I think they must be freemasons.

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13 hours ago, saakura said:

Internationally, the pigeon or dove is a respected symbol of peace. Killing of a white pigeon by a pair of crows is a very omnious sign for these generals who are steeped in superstition. I suspect lots of them are going to have a bad night tonight.

Well, I'm sure Prawit will be keeping a watch on things. 

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24 minutes ago, Samphawesi said:

Sorry, what does "breaking of some lotus basil" mean? 

I recall the PM paying "out of his own pocket" for lucky lotus basins outside gov house. Having bought into this superstition in the first place, to find they are now breaking must be a monumental freak out.

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How in the name of #$%@ is this a news-story in the 21st century?

Why does any official- figure feel the need to address such nonsense?

...oh...I forgot, where I am!

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14 hours ago, janclaes47 said:

I think the dead pigeon means it's time to move back to the barracks and let an elected pm rule the country.

 

Better take heed asap.

Yes, that is so much better.....

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6 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

 

It was a 3rd party....

I am just waiting for someone to blame the Burmese again...

 

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15 hours ago, saakura said:

Internationally, the pigeon or dove is a respected symbol of peace. Killing of a white pigeon by a pair of crows is a very omnious sign for these generals who are steeped in superstition. I suspect lots of them are going to have a bad night tonight.

It wasn't a "white pigeon" of peace, it was a sky rat.

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