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It's getting more like East Germany, when the Stasi had everyone spying on everyone else,while I am against overstayers,they seem to be going over the top,asking the public to be basically s

He broke the law - get over it

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31 minutes ago, dcnx said:

You give the person behind the desk too much credit. They are not looking in your bag or thinking anything other than what they will eat next or why you’re taking so long because they have Facebook open on their phone and it’s on the desk waiting for them. 

 

No one is going to know anyone else is overstaying unless they A) spy on them, or B) you brag to the locals that you’re on overstay.

So, it´s really sad that you do believe things like that. They might look at Facebook, but they are also doing their job.
 

36 minutes ago, dcnx said:

That’s the most Thai response you could have given. 
 

I’ll use your logic next time my wife catches me with another woman. “No dear, we were not having sex. She simply asked me to insert my penis into her vagina and thrust vigorously.”

 

 

Good Luck! 
 

40 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

If you see somebody beeing killed and you can identify the person who committed the crime. isn´t the right thing to come forward and report that?

 

 

You don't seem to comprehend easy English. Overstaying and killing somebody are two different shoes.

Yes, I also stated that in my post if you bothered to read all before you post. Seems like you are the one left with the coprehension problems.
 

40 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

 

  You've stated in another post that you've often bought and drank beer on days when it wasn't allowed.

 

What would you think if I'd call the cops when I see you drinking on such a Buddha day, or similar and they arrest you?

 

  Is that still "only reported", or would that be considered as spied on you? 

   

You still don´t get it! It´s fantastic! It´s not illegal to drink the beer you bought when sale was allowed. It´s illegal to sell beer during the time you are talking about. Get it now! Must be one of those days, right? To not drink on Buddha days is only a suggestion and will never have the possibility to be included in any of the existing laws.
 

48 minutes ago, mauGR1 said:

Yet you did the comparison, didn't you 🙄

Yes, because both are a criminal act that breaks the law. Just showing you can not chose what should be enforced or not. That is exectly what all that complains at me today, normally complain about when they talk about an IO´s power of discretion. So, let´s just say that they go as the wind blows, while I am standing strong in one place.
 

53 minutes ago, fforest1 said:

Sir look up the meaning of the word Stool-pigeon.....

Irrelevant! Has nothing to do with this. If you think it has, than you have serious comprehension problems. Have a good day, and don´t bother me more with your bladder.

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3 hours ago, Matzzon said:

What is the stupid and morbid concentration on how they describe things? What is relevant in that?

What is relevant here is that another overstayer bites the dust, and will be according to the law deported and blacklisted for his arrogance and refusal to live by the rules.
 

Nobody have asked anybody to spy! Where are you getting that from. People are just asked to report what they know and suspicious circumstances. Same like in any country regarding any kind of criminal offense. But, of course, it sounds much better to explain it like you just did, because then you can put the blame on the Thais instead of the people that is commiting the offense.

 

Out of interest, Matzzon, if you became aware that a farang of your acquaintance was on overstay what would you do? And assuming that they have not committed any other offences or crimes.

 

(a) report them to the authorities?

(b) do nothing, because it’s not your business?

(c) try to persuade them, maybe over a period of time, to hand themselves in before they are caught out?

 

I would add that I am not trying to ‘bait’ you. I am just interested to know what your next step might be.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Matzzon said:

What is the stupid and morbid concentration on how they describe things? What is relevant in that?

What is relevant here is that another overstayer bites the dust, and will be according to the law deported and blacklisted for his arrogance and refusal to live by the rules.
 

Nobody have asked anybody to spy! Where are you getting that from. People are just asked to report what they know and suspicious circumstances. Same like in any country regarding any kind of criminal offense. But, of course, it sounds much better to explain it like you just did, because then you can put the blame on the Thais instead of the people that is commiting the offense.

He should have said snitch not spy

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4 hours ago, mikebell said:

So a Thai grouse turned him in; he will be deported and the Thais who had been benefiting from his custom will lose out.  Thai logic.

He over stayed, it’s the law, l don’t see what the issue is. 

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