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37 foreigners arrested in searches around Thailand

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23 minutes ago, Mark mark said:

The Empire Strikes Back, ... OK with me. ... As long as they just stick to picking up people who are actually Guilty !

Don't worry they will soon make something up when needed :cheesy:

Look his got the wrong colour flip flops on.  get him :giggle:

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where oh where could the boss be, oh where can he be  cha ching.

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6 hours ago, car720 said:

Get rid of those blondes especially.

We don't want them corrupting the Thai women, do we?  :cheesy::cheesy:

Which blonde was the Senegalese?

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The smile on that cops face on the right looking at the blond girls says he wants some of that foreign stuff. 

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Removed several troll and off-topic posts and the replies to them.

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Sadly  Thailand has a ton of people from Africa and other nearby countries as well

as Europe who have commited crimes in their own countries, who then flee to

Thailand to escape justice, until they are finally caught by the police. So I say,  Good

Job for catching these 37 people , but there are many many more like them still in

Thailand, up to no good at all.

Geezer

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The man in blue likes the blonde girls. Bet hes thinking of, favours to stay.  :smile:

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15 hours ago, cms22 said:

More xenophobia in Thailand. What a surprise. 

No, not in these cases. The clampdown is intended to find those without legal right to remain in the country and deport them, plus those foreigners involved in criminal activities.

I just wish some government department could be as zealous about finding and prosecuting the Thais guilty of corruption and many other crimes.

:sad:

 

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15 hours ago, simoh1490 said:

This is not xenophobia, this is a case of the police arresting and deporting criminals.

Well I suppose they can't deport the local criminals, some effort in arresting more of them too would be welcome. 

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Very well done rtp.

Just like everywhere else in the world illegal immigrants need to be shown the door.

I believe those already settled who disrespect thais and thai institutions should be shown the door as well but I suppose I am old fashioned having ideals and manners when ine is a guest.

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16 hours ago, peperobi said:

That is the proof that all the criminals are farangs...no Thai!

Not proof of anything you mention... they were targeting "foreigners who may or may not be here illegally"

so why would they target Thais for this reason???

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So, what you are saying is that a person that creates a family with children, or chose to live with one do not have to think about the position he put himself in. Can he afford this without breaking the law in the country he want to stay?

Where I come from you plan your life, before you enter something that you can´t handle. Maybe you come from another side of thefo world.

So what your saying is that only foreigners with a degree in needlework should start a family in Thailand?

Come on, everyone knows that 70% of English teachers are without a work permit.

The crackdowns have never targeted these teachers. They just make the visas they get harder to obtain on a regular basis.

The crackdown now is targeting blacks, Indians and migrant workers. It's also after overstayers.

Those people deported with a family in Thailand. I'm sure they can get those family members a visa to travel to their home country. Under international law no one can stop a family being together.

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7 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

Under international law no one can stop a family being together.

sadly that  is not true

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25 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

Come on, everyone knows that 70% of English teachers are without a work permit.

So, in your mind. Just because 70%, which is a majority, is teaching without a work permit. Some also on overstay. That makes it perfectly okey, then? Take a deep bow and re-think!

 

25 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

The crackdowns have never targeted these teachers.

Now they appearently do, and that´s perfectly right according to the law and the regulations from The Ministry of Labour.

 

25 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

They just make the visas they get harder to obtain on a regular basis.

And the result they get in every crackdown, supports the need of continuing making it harder. If people follow the laws and regulations on a regular basis, there would be no need for that, right?

 

25 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

So what your saying is that only foreigners with a degree in needlework should start a family in Thailand?

Whenever did I say that? What I said was, that a person that are travelling or planning to reside with or without work included has to know that he can manage and support a family before he creates one or live with one. That, without beeing an active person breaking the laws of the country he decides to stay in.

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