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BANGKOK 16 July 2019 23:06
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Future Forward determined to end junta’s legacy

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56 minutes ago, yellowboat said:

Too bad the so called "democrats" do not have the integrity of this party.   It never ceases to amaze me how much Thais will undermine each other.  Those with power act shamefully.   We can only hope there are more Thais like these in Thailand.

Your allegation of FFP integrity is founded on nothing. All I see is a lot of slick advertising, even more hot air claims of "we want" and "gunna", a rich boy buying his way into parliament with expectations of becoming PM, excessive political donations by the owner disguised as an illegal loan, and a willingness to cozy up to the criminals of PTP. 

Just which part of that leads to claims of integrity?

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First of all a certain privileged group need to be relegated to the status of a museum piece, a quaint curio, the source of trivial interest on the covers of women's magazines as they have been in other countries. 

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Their plans maybe good; however a loans debacle [that's still not finalised] will see this party dissolved.

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36 minutes ago, pornprong said:

It is early on, therefore, there is some merit in your doubting of FFP's integrity.

FFP is of course afforded the right of "innocent until proven guilty".

Where there is no need for doubt though, is in judging the junta's integrity - don't you agree?

He was making a comparison to the the Democrats, but yes, you may assume that an unknown quantity may be better that one far from perfect. You can also compare far from perfect to what went before it which was considerably worse, and note that your unknown quantity is prepared to ignore that past performance in its own quest for power.

 

However early you may think it is, murky party financing, a new boy expecting to be PM, and the willingness to give control back to PTP don't seem like virtues of the innocent.

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2 hours ago, Oziex1 said:

First of all a certain privileged group need to be relegated to the status of a museum piece, a quaint curio, the source of trivial interest on the covers of women's magazines as they have been in other countries. 

I think he's referring to those dear little old ladies with their piled up hairdos and their squat little bodies squeezed into pink silk twin sets.

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