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what is sad is he says the incomplete oath to the King and refuses to clarify why and by leaving Parliament early even though he knew that the Parliamentary debate was scheduled, but still wears yellow supporting the Monarchy

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1 hour ago, Eligius said:

for a mass righting

"rioting"

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"claiming he has the right not to respond." Yes but the country should have the right on having him immediately resign but that is not going to happen. Don't think for one second those armored vehicles they purchased are for any exterior threats, and the other underlying factor is he really probably loves prancing around as the untouchable big shot. Just look at his wife's face every time there is a function or trip. 

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43 minutes ago, Chazar said:

and that "cant" be discussed😕

It's up to the Thai people (have you got a few aeons to wait?).

 

THAT one thing for sure ain't going to change ...

 

 

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How dare people suggest the PM is incompetent.Keep talking like this and he will not write you anymore songs.Show respect to the appointed one.

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5 minutes ago, Paul Henry said:

How dare people suggest the PM is incompetent.Keep talking like this and he will not write you anymore songs.Show respect to the appointed one.

Thanks for the heads up Paul.

 

Sooo looking forward to his next song.

 

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2 hours ago, mok199 said:

A Nation stuck ,hiding behind ceremony and drama ,while the real issues just keep piling up...

Sounds like Britain.

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An incomplete oath of office given to the King without apology, explanation, or doctor's note looks to me like contempt and therefore lese majeste.

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10 minutes ago, klauskunkel said:

An incomplete oath of office given to the King without apology, explanation, or doctor's note looks to me like contempt and therefore lese majeste.

Some are  given full exemption.....wonder  why?

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Yes. 

Wars have rules

mud wrestling has rules 

politicians have no rules 

make there own to fit the large brown envelope 

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7 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

he uses 'something' and that 'something' uses him

Pity his Father didn't use something

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And they want to attract more foreign investment. By not swearing the oath, he doesn't have to abide by the constitution. And if he doesn't have to abide by the highest law of the land, what's to stop there being another Kingsgate scandal? 

 

 

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