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Immigration's BMW "Smart Cars" the latest tool to rid Thailand of illegal foreigners

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So they finally have modern police cars. We’ve had these in the west for 30+ years. 

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1 hour ago, z42 said:

Wouldn't they be smarter if they were less conspicuous, and if they were considerably less expensive to purchase and run?

The practices of immigration over the last 12 months or so have been insidious to an absurd degree.

It's sad to see how pathetic and creepy their rank xenophobia is.

They have been let off their leash and we now see their true nature and just how deep seeded their xenophobia is.

 

They’re just getting started. Now that money is being tossed around for new toys, brace yourself.

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3 minutes ago, dcnx said:

So they finally have modern police cars. We’ve had these in the west for 30+ years. 

Why not this kind of vehicle?

 

dubai-police-bugatti.jpg.c89bb38ae8dcddbcbaa9cd2979d8c2cf.jpg

 

you will notice that I put the link of the site where I found the photo :

 

https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/dubai-police-supercars/index.html

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38 minutes ago, metempsychotic said:

Anything that credits na naew as a source should be taken as seriusly as an article by the onion.

Is this na naew a government propaganda news outlet??

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1 minute ago, lensta said:

OMG, could you imagine the carnage if a Thai got behind the wheel of a Bugatti???

No new Buggati is for sale in Thailand;
far too expensive ..
the least expensive is worth around 3 million euros in Europe so not far from 9 million euros here in Thailand, more than 300 million baht for ONE automobile.

which can travel more than 400 km / h (more than 110 meters per second);
the slightest crash at this speed; we only recover tiny pieces of the car and its occupant (s).

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6 minutes ago, lensta said:

OMG, could you imagine the carnage if a Thai got behind the wheel of a Bugatti???

On the other hand I imagine Somchay to be distracted by the machine and forget to brake at a red light; his wallet must be well inflated to pay for repairs;
when you know a grease change costs a trifle more than 20,000 euros in France.

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3 hours ago, Denim said:

What would justify this being labeled a smart car would be a revolving Falangometer on the roof that slowly scanned in a 360 degree circle searching for miscreants. If it homed in on one it should emit an ' Eee-oop lads ' signal to notify the IO controller.

 

The following is a picture of a similar vehicle recently tested in Bradford and Southall. It was a failure as it got too hot and kept burning out the circuit boards. Should be OK here though.

 

ผลการค้นหารูปภาพสำหรับ Car with radar on roof

 

 

 

 

The following is a picture of a similar vehicle recently tested in Bradford and Southall. 

Is that contraption on the roof a Falangometer that slowly scans in a 360 degree circle searching for miscreants? If it homed in on one, does it emit an ' Eee-oop lads ' signal to notify the IO controller?

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3 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Both stories featured identical paragraphs in which the two chiefs were quoted as "revealing" that they were acting on the orders of immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang to clean up Thailand from the activities of illegal foreigners. 

Perhaps a promotion board is due to sit soon?

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