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26 minutes ago, BestB said:

One thing I find strange is that phea thai has been rather silent and so has thaksin. Is there a lot more happening in the background or why the silence?

 

you would think perfect opportunity to jump in with future forward to unite not only politically but also with supporters

 Good point, however I suspect that pheu Thai will be thinking very carefully about how to proceed and a major critical point for them will be how they can quickly get to a position where they stand alone and not in any partnership of any sort. 

 

But are pt totally quiet?

 

My Thai DIL says that a sizeable number of the old red shirt brigade was paying for votes and intimidating voters before the general election in one area in Tak province. 

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Fake news.  You can not undermine something that does not exist.

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1 hour ago, yellowboat said:

It is nice to hear him say what we all already knew.  But when Thais believe in conscriptions and do not have any interest in voicing their opinions, you can't help by feel sorry for guys like him. 

That was probably a slanted poll (as was discussed in the thread). I don't think the "real" majority of Thais support conscription.

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He's asking for it.  Some sort of response is coming soon.

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