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Prayut prayers ‘spare’ Thailand from Pabuk

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1 hour ago, scotinsiam said:

Awesome job, I remember he said Thai will also become the second language on the planet, when is that due to happen?

When he says the right prayers of course. 

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It appears his Buddhist prayers did not spare the predominantly Muslim south!!

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15 hours ago, worgeordie said:

trouble is, there are people out there that will believe

he alone saved Thailand, its a miracle ,all hail the great leader. 

regards worgeordie

Keep the masses uneducated and superstitious, reinforced by an hour's prime time TV propaganda  every evening and they are so so easy to control and manipulate.

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I think I will send him a St Christopher Medal. As far as I am concerned St Christopher is still a saint.

 

Look its cheaper than spending money; if it doesn't work just blame the masses for not praying hard enough. Is he at the stage of throwing a few virgins into a volcano just as a safe guard.

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Thailand was a holy land and how praying to gods could possibly save it from any harm.

If the Junta remains in power there won't be a country left to save from harm!

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40 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

It appears his Buddhist prayers did not spare the predominantly Muslim south!!

Nor did it save the monk from getting drunk and smashing his pickup!

 

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“I prayed every day to Phra Siamdevathiraj,” he said, referring to the country’s supposed guardian angel. “Otherwise, it would have been even more severe. Countries affected by the storm were all harmed. Isn’t it strange that the storm just moved away from our country?”

 

Really people, you must re-elect me. Not only am I one of the smartest men in the world, but I also have Divine powers. All I have to do is ask, and the Universe answers. I am not a man. I am a deity. Can't you see?

 

This man is suffering from the kinds of delusions that come from being in power too long, and being surrounded by sycophantic souls, who accord him far too much respect and honor. He needs to get out. He is not liked. He is not wanted. He is not popular. He is despised, as well as the rest of his army. Get out now! Give your nation a break. Just once, try to be respectful to your people. Just once. 

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha on Thursday said Tropical Storm Pabuk’s departure out to sea was partly thanks to him praying for it to go away.

 

“I prayed every day to Phra Siamdevathiraj,” he said, referring to the country’s supposed guardian angel. “Otherwise, it would have been even more severe. Countries affected by the storm were all harmed. Isn’t it strange that the storm just moved away from our country?”

God help Thailands future with a leader like this, another crackpot dictator who thinks above his station.

Prayers will only help you and the people so far, solid well built and well maintained infrastructure is the true answer !!

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Oh my... He is closer to becoming God emperor now that he believes to be in contact with higher beings....

 

You pray, if it works you take credit.

You pray, if it doesn't work, you say nothing.

In poker we call this a freeroll. 

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I don't know much about praying but in my dreams Prayut was a nice, fair and legally elected Leader,

then I woke up, then I realized I was only dreaming, la la la, the green green grass of home.  

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