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10 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Colin,the difference he made at Chiang Mai Immigration,i will forgive him for everything,

before it was up at 4.00 in the morning,to get a que ticket, if lucky finished after 12.00,

last extension, 1.5 hours total,thats getting letter from the bank,driving to immigration,

been processed and out the door.

As with anyone in authority,they don't do the footwork,but take all the glory,so maybe

he overdid it,BUT he did get a lot of undesirables out of Thailand,like never before.

 

As to having secret bank accounts in Singapore,i have  never heard that,but i suspect

they all have.if so why is he not been held to account,and charged.

I know you don't like him Colin,but if you had to do your extension at Chiang Mai, you

might do ,just a little bit.   take care, all the best worgeordie

Is the improvements tat CNX IO sustainable? We all know BIB clamp downs last just days before going back to the old ways. Thainess.

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11 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Colin,the difference he made at Chiang Mai Immigration,i will forgive him for everything,

before it was up at 4.00 in the morning,to get a que ticket, if lucky finished after 12.00,

last extension, 1.5 hours total,thats getting letter from the bank,driving to immigration,

been processed and out the door.

As with anyone in authority,they don't do the footwork,but take all the glory,so maybe

he overdid it,BUT he did get a lot of undesirables out of Thailand,like never before.

 

As to having secret bank accounts in Singapore,i have  never heard that,but i suspect

they all have.if so why is he not been held to account,and charged.

I know you don't like him Colin,but if you had to do your extension at Chiang Mai, you

might do ,just a little bit.   take care, all the best worgeordie

I thought you could have avoided all that shit for a mere 3000 Bahts, including 90 days reports?

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Big Joke was a soap bubble, and like all the soap bubbles destined to disappear!

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"The nail that sticks up gets hammered down" -Japanese saying

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I am wondering if there is a single farang in Thailand who actually cares what has happened to Big Joke.

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On 5/26/2019 at 11:02 AM, Wooden Horse said:

There seems to have been a very effective attempt keep everything concerning his ‘reign’ out of the public eye and there has been little, if any, discussion or questions asked.

According to my sources it had something to do with a well know internationally news story, however became a subject that cannot be mentioned further or discussed here, due to forum rules.

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The guy was the latest in along line of poster boys for Thai officialdom - put himself about a bit, took down a few low-level villains, deported a few hundred unfortunates, mostly dirt-poor migrant workers from neighbouring countries, developed an addiction to late-night and early-morning news conferences to boast about his prowess, began treading on some serious toes in the upper echelons of the civil service and thus got the chop himself, having in the meantime done what they all do - stash away a nice nest-egg somewhere safe. In other word just another self-serving leech on the public purse.

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