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Thai Army Reform: A tough new rule – with exceptions

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7 hours ago, Denim said:

 

But they can sneak in the back door when all the fuss has blown over. Everything as usual.

 

But hey !!! Why would Prayuth need to use the army welfare scheme ?

 

Back in May 2013 he sold a plot of land to a private company newly opened ( his was first transaction ) in the British Virgin Island ( tax haven )for a whopping 600,000,000 !!

 

So has he spent all that to justify going on army welfare ?

 

Yea yea....it all went on drugs ,booze and fast women as usual

 

 

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh don't mention the land deal from a few day old Virgin Island company set up to buy a scrappy 50 ria of land (should have a look at the land it looks as if its worth less than 6,000,000 and most definatelly not worth 600,000,000baht days before the coup sorry take over of an elected government. Just all coincidence. Nothing to see here.... Unbelievable. 

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If  only Prawit and Prayut could do some land deals with a  subordinate!

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8 hours ago, kotsak said:

"were exempt because of their significant contributions to the country’s wellbeing."

 

Can they name one?

Stupidity, above and beyond etc

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, both retired generals, were exempt because of their significant contributions to the country’s wellbeing.

Yeah, sure... Their own well-being, me thinks.

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3 hours ago, newcomer71 said:

Yeah, sure... Their own well-being, me thinks.

And yet another example of twisting the law / the regulations.

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On a daily basis. The crooks at the top treat the Thai citizens with utter disdain with statements like these.

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17 hours ago, thequietman said:

So ............ the ordinary soldier contributes nothing?  😞

And thats exactly how they're regarded...but generals are god like!

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16 hours ago, englishoak said:

NOTHING will change, just watch. 

Yep. Prawit changes to a different watch every day!

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

except for Prayut, Prawit and the former brass now on the Privy Council.

Wonder what the going envelope cost to get on the hong nam council is now ? 

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

Prawit said he too introduced reforms in the military

I see the start of another "me too" movement

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Like hell any of them will move... the boys the top need the support of those below them.. all hot air and will blow over soon.

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A bigger house for the generals watch collection and a tin of Duraglit on the double its only fair 🤔 

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

A tough new rule – with exceptions

Does this not further create the feelings of frustration with the system of privileges, abuse and lack of representation currently evidenced by the lower ranks (classes)? 

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another lot of hot air, first off the two top clowns should have been the first two to get the boot, so it is rigged from the start.

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