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Hell's Angels in Isarn

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7 hours ago, puchooay said:

Funny. There're 2 old blokes in a restaurant somewhere in Issan. They have motorbikes and are wearing som jackets with some kind of colours on them. 

 

They were probably in that restaurant to collect their protection money. Maybey they were dropping off a stash of class A. Of course they were. That is why they were wearing their jackets with  " I'm a big shot criminal get me out of here" colours on the back. 

 

So funny I think I  [email protected]@ed myself. 

 

Yeah. I remember a flea bag hotel / strip joint I would occasion that was bought out by the Hells Angels. 

 

Come 11:00 pm the pub manager would drop the loud Hawaii shirt and put on his colours. 

 

What swagger. So funny I think I [email protected]@sed myself.

 

Latter they bought out another flea bag hotel / strip joint that had got in trouble for illegal gambling. Poured a fortune into renovations. He was the front for the owner.

 

They also owned two stripper booking agencies and a Safeway’s grocery market the peelers would work at as cashiers once they retired. They make a lot of money and don’t f$ck with thier investments.

 

Ah, the circle of life. 

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36 minutes ago, welovethailand said:

What about the ones who ride bikes, sporting colors,and things that say "police" on them? Another gang? Possibly.....

 

Often the same gang, granted I have only known two people in bike gangs in Thailand but both of them did have a few police in them.

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2 hours ago, smotherb said:

So, you have a mate; that means what, one? Yet you can say 90% of anyone wearing colors is a criminal; hogwash.

Believe what you want, I know what these guys get up to. I'm pretty sure that if you do a little research you will find that its actually you that's talking hogwash.

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43 minutes ago, HooHaa said:

your post brings to light a very important issue - I truly believe that any thaivisa poster with a post count of over 10,000 posts consisting mostly of smilies and single lines of text should be publicly identifiable for the public's protection.

i would rather have a beer with bikers

Anyone who brings up post counts or even likes, which has nothing to do with a  topic, l would suggest has a problem of some sort, perhaps still angry at no longer getting his Beano..:saai:

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5 minutes ago, transam said:

Anyone who brings up post counts or even likes, which has nothing to do with a  topic, l would suggest has a problem of some sort, perhaps still angry at no longer getting his Beano..:saai:

Christ, I never realized how many you have and you are still a "normal" poster. One would have thought you'd be promoted for that, unless they have been all emoticons. Are you trying for poster of the year or something?

 

My God, that's like 10 years of your life spent clicking away here. Maybe you should join a club, do you own a motorcycle :cheesy: 

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I don't particularly care what people are wearing. As long as they are not smelly, drunk, or loud. Easier to just walk away.

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19 hours ago, KhaoYai said:

Believe me, if they are wearing 'colours' - 90% of their activity is criminal, no matter what country they are in or what nationality they are.  If they are wearing the 'colours' of a gang they don't actually belong to or not an active member of, they will at some point come to serious grief. These types of motorbike gangs raise their cash from drug dealing, trafficking, protection, and low level arms dealing. I know because my mate belongs to one of the gangs in the UK and until recently, made regular trips to Thailand to conduct 'business' with his Thai counterparts.

 

However, when they are not up to such activity, they are just normal bikers and of course they go out for runs together, sit in restaurants and behave themselves as you suggest - they even raise funds for charities but don't be fooled, they are behind an awful lot of organised crime in any country.

no, i used to hang out with them, most of them live here permanently,

their lives revolve around sitting in a bike bar, drinking beer, and plan for the next

bike show or tour, and do some charity as to dodge the only semi-criminal activity,

being excused for modified pipes, (i.e i pay thailand money and you leave my pipes alone)

perhaps biggest thing is mutual admiration for the bikes

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1 hour ago, Johnniey said:

Individually.

 

1 hour ago, RobFord said:

 

Yeah. I remember a flea bag hotel / strip joint I would occasion that was bought out by the Hells Angels. 

 

Come 11:00 pm the pub manager would drop the loud Hawaii shirt and put on his colours. 

 

What swagger. So funny I think I [email protected]@sed myself.

 

Latter they bought out another flea bag hotel / strip joint that had got in trouble for illegal gambling. Poured a fortune into renovations. He was the front for the owner.

 

They also owned two stripper booking agencies and a Safeway’s grocery market the peelers would work at as cashiers once they retired. They make a lot of money and don’t f$ck with thier investments.

 

Ah, the circle of life. 

 

 

That was in Thailand was it?

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1 hour ago, Johnniey said:

Isaan is hardly paradise.

 

 

My part is.

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1 hour ago, Johnniey said:

Individually.

 

 

....then that would depend on the individual...

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There are many 1% clubs all over Thailand.You just have to watch.Some do illegal activity but they tend to keep it quiet.They know the Thai government will come down on them hard.

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11 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

My part is.

And mine; has been for 17 years

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7 hours ago, Dexlowe said:

Perhaps posters can be a bit more specific about the "colours" the bikers were/are wearing. If you are referring to the likes of the Hells Angels, Bandidos, the Mongols, the Outlaws. Comancheros, Devils Disciples, Rebels, and so on, then there's cause for concern as these are the One Percenters, low-life filth. Read "Angels of Death" by William Marsden and Julian Sher if you have any doubt as to how anti-social they are. Not under any circumstances should any of us be fooled into thinking that because they might do the odd toy run here and there that they are decent people. They're not. It's a smokescreen which seems to fool many.

 

If foreigners wearing the colours of these gangs are not bona fide members, they risk some serious repercussions from genuine members if seen and caught. Shun them anyway for being complete merchant bankers. 

 

I saw a couple in a restaurant in the Thong Lo area once. Both wearing their colors - Outlaws I think. Smartly dressed jeans and t-shirt and quietly enjoying their food and minding their own business. Germans or German speakers IIRC.

 

Also one, Aussie with high pitch voice, bit tubby in Central World. He was also wearing Outlaw colors. He seemed OK buying somethings in a shop where I was browsing but his fat kid was wandering around staring at people and acting all hard. About 11 - 12 year old Aussie/Thai with obnoxious attitude. 

 

Agree with the OP - the 1% gangs are trouble and are targeted by law enforcement in many countries for very good reasons.

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I'm amazed at how seemingly normal guys get so excited about some hillbillies.

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2 hours ago, Kieran00001 said:

 

The 1%ers are all in gangs that are affiliated with the Outlaws, but there are plenty of other criminal biker gangs out there, such as the Hells Angels, Bandidos, Mogols, Satans Slaves, Pagans and Cosacks.  And judging by the topic title, these guys were wearing Hells Angels patches.

 

Er no, not quite. 1%'s are outlaw bikers. The Outlaws are one of the gangs of outlaw bikers. Most gangs are rivals and gang wars are common.

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