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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 02:10
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PM Prayut urges all parties concerned to help solve prostitution problem

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Prostitution is here to stay, the low wages etc make for willing employees.

The rich and the authorities exploit the situation and take a big cut of the income. The 300m baht loan by Victoria's Secret massage parlour to an ex-police chief says it all

Without reform of the police and a determined effort to end corruption elsewhere the situation cannot change.

The question is: who can actually end corruption?

:sad:

Edited by George FmplesdaCosteedback
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25 minutes ago, George FmplesdaCosteedback said:

Prostitution is here to stay, the low wages etc make for willing employees.

The rich and the authorities exploit the situation and take a big cut of the income. The 300m baht loan by Victoria's Secret massage parlour to an ex-police chief says it all

Without reform of the police and a determined effort to end corruption elsewhere the situation cannot change.

The question is: who can actually end corruption?

:sad:

 

Nobody. Because what the 'character' in the op is actually alluding to is the army taking over police control of prostitution. They took over the local government in Pattaya quite a while ago, but have not moved at all to close prostitution down. They are merely consolidating for their takeover of said business and all the other lucrative rackets.

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Posts containing a disallowed reference to the PM have been removed.  Some inflammatory bickering posts were removed as well. 

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