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Ex- Deputy PM stunned by the words ‘intelligent country’ in government policy

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According to WP, he was educated in the west and he seems to get it.
Many of the Thais "educated" here are easily dumbfounded.

 

 

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"...was stunned that the government dared to use the words ‘intelligent country’.

 

Thailand = Intelligent Country.

More like: Thailand - The hub of oxymorons. (Emphasis on "Morons".

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2 hours ago, mok199 said:

I met a woman last night who can make a swan from a drinking straw.!

a plastic recycler, she's the answer to the problem

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3 hours ago, ezzra said:

Finally, a Thai person who live in real Thailand and not the make believe by the dreamers and self deniers and  sees this country for what it's really is, a beautiful country indeed, but far from being intelligent, not in human material quality or technology, not yet anyway...

Ahh, if only that were the truth Ezzra. 

I think the real motivation behind his statements are a bitterness that he is now being denied a prime seat at the trough from which he has so richly feasted!

 

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3 hours ago, mok199 said:

I met a woman last night who can make a swan from a drinking straw.!

Did she make it with her hands?

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4 hours ago, mok199 said:

I met a woman last night who can make a swan from a drinking straw.!

I've seen a few make 2,000 baht from a wink... beat that !

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1 hour ago, Oziex1 said:

There they go again.

 

"plans to prepare Thai people to meet the challenges of the 21st century'

 

Better hurry, You have missed one fifth of it already.

They really don't have much of a chance. 

 

Providing simple unskilled labor (agriculture) and semi-skilled labor (foreign directed manufacturing) worked well for them because, to their credit, they are fairly robust and tough, and because it is easy to protect local markets from competition. 

 

However, moving to a knowledge/services/high tech economy is probably out of their reach for at least a full generation or longer (20 years or more). 

 

The Thai schooling system is just awful and doesn't prepare pupils even minimally for competition. 

 

They cannot protect the Thai market from competition as easily because of technology and globally integrated markets. 

 

And yet they are STILL wasting time fooling around in every important way and making anti-progress.

 

It will all hit them like a massive coconut falling on their collective head from a tall tree. 

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20 years into the 21st century and the government is going to prepare the Thai people for it.

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What he meant was "the intelligent decision of the masses to keep quiet whilst we RULE"

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The ex deputy PM, won't be the only one stunned by the "intelligent country" statement. 

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4 hours ago, mok199 said:

I met a woman last night who can make a swan from a drinking straw.!

With her vagina no doubt.

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My advise is to go smart before intelligent. Thailand has yet to reach the level of a smart country where information and communication technology are extensively used more efficiently and in delivering better service to the people. To jump to an intelligent country where the people work in a broadband economy will be like learning how to run before you can walk. 

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