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Urgent : Court to consider shares case against Thanathorn, suspends him from office

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2 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I am in Thailand only since 20 years and I was here when the coups happened. They didn't just happen when nobody expected them. If Thaksin would have been just corrupt like anybody else then probably nothing would have happened. But Thaksin was super corrupt and he did it in the face of everybody. He just did this too much and few people were surprised when the coup happened.

His little sister had the chance to work for Thailand or for her criminal brother. She decided her brother was more important. The end of her government began with the 4am whitewash attempt. From that day on her end was near.

 

Imagine for a minute what Thaksin could have done when he came to power. He claimed he was already rich and he does not need more money and he would work for the people (and not his own pocket). If he would have worked for the people, and only for the people and not his own greed, he would probably still be in power. And at least 90% of the people would love him. But that's not the case. Some people still support him because some time ago he did something good for them. But about the same amount of people hate him because he was so super corrupt in your face. It's not only the elite who hates him. Or does Thailand have 30% "elite"?

 

Thailand needs honest politicians. And it needs smart voters who look at facts and don't believe fantasy stories. If a politician gives them money they should ask themselves where that money comes from and why he can afford to do that. And then it shouldn't take long to realize that politicians who hand out money are bad politicians.

 

Thaksin is not the only evil but a very big one. If he is removed that is a good step in the right direction. It's only a beginning but it's a lot better than a repeat with another Thaksin minion and another whitewashing.

 

How naive can you be? Every single politician in the world, not just Thailand, that has ever genuinely "worked for the people" and come close to succeeding, has ended up being assassinated, or overthrown, and/or besmirched with all manner of lies, or failing that targeted with international sanctions that scuttle any progress they might have made. 

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42 minutes ago, Quack said:

How naive can you be? Every single politician in the world, not just Thailand, that has ever genuinely "worked for the people" and come close to succeeding, has ended up being assassinated, or overthrown, and/or besmirched with all manner of lies, or failing that targeted with international sanctions that scuttle any progress they might have made. 

It seems you studied "every single politician" in this world. My knowledge is not anywhere near your level so I won't even try to argue with you and your expertise.

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Is it really that difficult? 

1- when did he transfer the shares?

2- when we're the shares received by the other party?

3- did he do it before registering to become party member? 

If so he's clean if not then he's screwed it's that simple 

and EC - I have feeling that others have been speaking in their ears - look at wife of famous (use that word loosely) that had his wife own xxxx amount of shares but absolutely nada done 

think you've got Junta leader for see able future but then he'll be legit PM after the Senate - hand picked by guess who ??? And lower house as true and fair election lmfao 

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11 minutes ago, phil2407 said:

Is it really that difficult? 

Well you have to put up a dog & pony show for the farang countries, although none with IQ in the positive numbers will believe any of the junta BS. They'll get him DQ'd, just rip some fairytale out of their <deleted> if they can't find anything more convincing. 

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21 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

<deleted> disgrace.

His only mistake, was being popular.

 

His only mistake seems to have been not getting the minions to check every minute detail to make sure he's squeaky clean!

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4 hours ago, Quack said:

How naive can you be? Every single politician in the world, not just Thailand, that has ever genuinely "worked for the people" and come close to succeeding, has ended up being assassinated, or overthrown, and/or besmirched with all manner of lies, or failing that targeted with international sanctions that scuttle any progress they might have made. 

 

You must have done a massive amount of research on a huge number of politicians to make such a bold assertion. Care to share it?

 

Or is it just some bs to try and make out Thaksin isn't a corrupt crook?

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What a surprise…. Blatant disregard of a democratically elected mp. And this due to rules drafted by criminals, that abolished the constitution, disgraceful nonsense, 

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7 hours ago, candide said:

Nice fairy tale. Many coups also happened before Thaksin, so why then? Rehearsing because they knew Thaksin will come one day?

Thaksin and his proxies were eliminated because Thaksin was threatening the dominance of the establishment. He wanted to replace the dominant network by his own network and they could not allow it. Had Thaksin integrated the dominant network they would have gladly accepted him.

Any other person or party threatening the established network would have been eliminated.

What will happen to Thanathorns confirms that they will eliminate anyone threatening their domination, whatever his sins are.

 

You cannot believe every coup was for the same reason? Thaksin was becoming more and more corrupt, power hungry and egotistical. Much to openly flaunting in their faces too - he really did seem to believe he was untouchable. The establishment are far from stupid. The recognized what he was up to with his getting close with Hun Sen and the Lees. 

You're right that he wanted to replace their establishment with his own - and make Thailand the Shins personal fiefdom just has his mate has done in Cambodia. He left himself wide open though and got caught because he thought he was above the law or could always bribe his way out. Then his puppets all fell foul of one thing or another. Yingluck, his dubious and clumsy whitewash attempt and their get even richer even quicker aspirations with that 2.2 trillion loan were enough to cause their downfall.

 

Maybe if politicians weren't from billionaire wealthy clans things might be different.

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5 minutes ago, sjaak327 said:

What a surprise…. Blatant disregard of a democratically elected mp. And this due to rules drafted by criminals, that abolished the constitution, disgraceful nonsense, 

 

Whatever the rules are, each MP and Party have to know them and follow them. Simple. 

 

Especially in an environment known for selectively enforcing laws or turning blind eyes when it suits.

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2 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Whatever the rules are, each MP and Party have to know them and follow them. Simple. 

 

Especially in an environment known for selectively enforcing laws or turning blind eyes when it suits.

Apparently he did follow the rules, but your remark about selective enforcement says it all, either everyone gets shafted, or no-one. The junta is making a big mistake, and it will backfire. They well and truly are dumb people, they will never learn. 

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5 minutes ago, sjaak327 said:

Apparently he did follow the rules, but your remark about selective enforcement says it all, either everyone gets shafted, or no-one. The junta is making a big mistake, and it will backfire. They well and truly are dumb people, they will never learn. 

I hope that is true. 

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20 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

 

Thanathorn is popular but that does not mean he is innocent. If he is guilty then he should be punished according to the laws. And obviously all the other politicians should be judged by the same standards.

i won't hold my breath waiting for Prayut to be in the dock.

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difficult? 

1- when did he transfer the shares?

2- when we're the shares received by the other party?

3- did he do it before registering to become party member? 

If so he's clean no problem if not then he's screwed it's that simple 

and EC - I have feeling that others have been speaking in their ears - look at wife of famous minister( use that word loosely) that had his wife own xxxx amount of shares but absolutely nada done - doesn't effect his job although illegal but yeah ok 

think you've got Junta leader for seeable future but then he'll be legit PM after the Senate - hand picked by guess who ??? And lower house as true and fair election lmfao 

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