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Thailand worries mass tourism is bringing terrorism troubles

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If you are afraid of terrorism, there is only one thing to do, stay home.
If you are killed by a Thai who has a psychoanalytic, inferiority complex above you or if an isis is pushing the knife into you. Then you can stop living. Or sit at home and play with themselves ..

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Thai authorities have been struggling to monitor the whereabouts of foreigners,

An ankle bracelet on arrival!  That failing, a dog collar and leash controlled by an army general!

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1 hour ago, jonclark said:

WUtter claptrap. Thailand's terrorism is entirely domestic. The bombs and murders in the southern three provinces are not carried out by a family of 4 from Dorset upset with the price of pad thai. 

 

Thailand needs to monitor its own people first before it points accusing fingers at foreigners. 

Agree, the problems seem to be particularly in the Hat yai and yala southern areas as I hear it. Why mix in western farang who present other issues than terrorism.

 

 

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The real threat is the total submersion of Thai culture and beliefs to become a satillite of India or China.

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2 hours ago, fruitman said:

And how many of the terrorists in the past were western farang??

 

Right, we need to make it harder for them to visit Thailand...

I see a huge group of Arab families in my village (they are not refugees). Probably illegals on tourist visa, walking around in the soi during the night and sleep in daytime. Just waiting for immigration to show up and crack down on these shady individuals. 

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National security is the gateway to 1984 type control of the people by the people who are the biggest threat to that nation and is now a favoured tool for many governments around the world. 

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