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BANGKOK 19 February 2019 01:47
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VOICE TV Ordered Off The Air 15 Days

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45 minutes ago, unamazedloso said:

provocative move suspending a tv station dont you think?

Yes could lower morale and cause conflict in society.

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16 hours ago, TopDeadSenter said:

I am starting to have grave misgivings about this election. First the army vehicles on the streets yesterday, and now this. Blatant threats I would say. Now, I am no particular fan of Thaksin but the best way forward is for one of his parties to win this election and just get on with whatever it was he was doing. The army proved they couldn't organize a cockup in a brothel, so time to get off the pot and let others have a go.

You haven't understood the constitution, have you?

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Article 37 bans the airing of content deemed to affect national security or peace and the morale of the people.

What evidence was there that content deemed to affect national security or peace and the morale of the people?

"deemed" implies a cause and effect.

Did the content motivate people to demonstrate, riot, etc.?

Aside from the NBTC did the content cause wholesale public confusion, anxiety, immorality, etc.; did it blasphemy Buddhism, the alleged basis for Thai morality?

In this case the effect seems only hypothetical in the mind of the NBTC and not necessarily real.

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12 hours ago, elliss said:

      No  change in leadership  uniform,  same  same , Sure.

      Thaksin bought a premier league football team , out of his loose change .

       Expats  love him too bits .

 

 

 

The crooked Thaksin bought a football team, then was forced to sell it as the English FA ruled him unfit to own a club and be a Chairman. 

 

They must have loved him to bits too then!

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3 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

they can go online

probably more viewers there

 

Seriously - you think many actually watch their tripe?

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55 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

The crooked Thaksin bought a football team, then was forced to sell it as the English FA ruled him unfit to own a club and be a Chairman. 

 

They must have loved him to bits too then!

He sold the club because he couldn’t bring in sufficient funds as his finance was seized by court. He still make 20 m pound selling the the sheik. 

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52 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Seriously - you think many actually watch their tripe?

I watch them online every night. It's not tripe. and I've often been surprised how much time they give to other parties. Suriya, one of the main men of Palang Pracharat, was interviewed two nights in a row, and now parties are hitting the campaign trail, they cover all the main politicians.

Plus their studio discussions with the three regular pundits and moderator are fun and instructive 

 

 

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4 hours ago, unamazedloso said:

provocative move suspending a tv station dont you think?

Suggest, with respect, you do some further reading about this specific TV outlet plus their affiliations. 

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1 hour ago, Eligius said:

Yes - but it seems that these days nothing, absolutely NOTHING, will provoke the Thais (unless you took Facebook and Line away from them, of course!).

Yes, FB and Insta seems to be where people escape when they need to stick their heads in the sand. In the meanwhile the country get buttraped.

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