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I'm sure they'll all pay attention to this non elected chairman and ex-jailbird whose still trying to be relevant - not!

 

 

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3 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Why is this accused terrorist still not in jail?

Since 2010 there should have been more than enough time to convict him.

Isn't jail for CONVICTED felons?

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4 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

I'm sure they'll all pay attention to this non elected chairman and ex-jailbird whose still trying to be relevant - not!

 

 

The leader of the largest mass movement in the nation probably deserves a little attention. 

Certainly more so than an incoherent bumbling pro-junta TV poster does anyways.

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24 minutes ago, pornprong said:

The leader of the largest mass movement in the nation probably deserves a little attention. 

Certainly more so than an incoherent bumbling pro-junta TV poster does anyways.

Who elected him leader? Oh right, the financier.

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2 hours ago, pornprong said:

Isn't jail for CONVICTED felons?

Please list any other countries in this world were accused terrorists are out on bail.

Many accused murderers and rapists are also in jail (imprisonment on remand). Or is that news for you?

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I thought they had run him out of the country a long time ago.  He was a joke then and is a joke now.  

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2 minutes ago, khaowong1 said:

I thought they had run him out of the country a long time ago.  He was a joke then and is a joke now.  

You thought wrong, not once, but thrice in this single post.

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1 hour ago, pornprong said:

You thought wrong, not once, but thrice in this single post.

And that from a red buffalo...

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1 hour ago, OneMoreFarang said:

It was clear from the beginning that the red-shirts were hired so that Thaksin can get "his" money back.

They were never peaceful and they were never about democracy.

The red-shirts could have gone home, the government even provided busses for them.

But they didn't go home. And Jatuporn and others told them to bring gasoline to burn down the city.

And the city burned. And all that is well documented.

Nobody had to die. They could have just gone home.

I am really sorry for the soldiers who had to work there and who were injured or died.

Thailand has witnessed several instance of street mobs since 2005, on all but one of those occasions the mob that started the chaos was from the anti-democracy "Yellow" side. 2010 is the lone exception when the Reds were the initiators.

 

The outcome from the 2005, 2008 and 2013 protests was a change in government.

 

The outcome from the 2010 protest was no change in government and 100 slaughtered civilians.

 

Broadly speaking, these differing outcomes can be explained one of two ways:

 

1. The Reds were far more violent than the Yellows

2. The military reacted differently to each group - based not on the level of violence but on political allegiances.

 

Any reasonable and impartial assessment of the events is going to arrive at only one conclusion.

 

1 hour ago, OneMoreFarang said:

But I don't think any of these facts will make a difference to you.

Before you can make a statement such as this, you'll first have to set aside the propaganda and familiarise yourself with the facts.

 

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1 hour ago, pornprong said:

The Reds were far more violent than the Yellows

Correct

And let's not forget that the majority of them was paid by their puppet master.

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