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We welcome good guys, bad ones will be prosecuted - Thai immigration

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8 minutes ago, Mangkhut said:

I wonder where all the bad thai guys will have to go?

They all go to Nakorn Si Thammarat.

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Damn! No more walking around in my chicken costume!😩

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11 minutes ago, Sydneyboy1 said:

Why should they have views on Thai citizens. It's got nothing to do with Immigration. 

Sarcasm emoji? Sarcasm emoji?

 

just where is that sarcasm emoji?

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the homegrown are like babies with guns there no telling why or where they are going to shoot, once they start taking the cops out big time ways won't count

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4 hours ago, Vacuum said:
4 hours ago, webfact said:

Thailand will not tolerate being a haven for international criminals.

lol. Pattaya is full of them.

Is that the fact that you and your friends live in Pattaya that make you say that ? :whistling:

As for myself, none of the many farangs I know is (AFAIK) an international criminal.

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5 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Good to know, hardly a surprising thing to say, but thanks for letting us all know.

 

What's your position on home grown criminals...

That probably won't be at the top of the immigration remit.

 

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6 minutes ago, shy coconut said:

That probably won't be at the top of the immigration remit.

 

Really must start adding a sarcasm emoji...

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I want to know about equality, when am I going to see "Good blart in, mingin blart oot"

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Oh Alice in wonderful land! This is the biggest challenge many countries in the world would like to beat! Unfortunately nature itself is not that perfect. Just like charity; Willingness to clean begin at home

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5 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Good to know, hardly a surprising thing to say, but thanks for letting us all know.

 

What's your position on home grown criminals...

500 baht and/or a week at the temple or reassigned to an inactive post. And of course the mandatory wai. The same as it’s always been. 

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