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Dissolved Future Forward Party MP accuses govt of deals benefiting Chinese

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Too bad these points were not used during the election or soon after.   Even with the redrawn lines, the junta barely "won" the  election.    WW2, Thailand sided with the Japanese empire, Vietnam, the Americans and now their bread is better buttered in China.  Fair weather friends is a fitting name. 

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Dissolved Future Forward Party MP accuses govt of deals benefiting Chinese

Why accuse now? Why not before . He will get his butt kicked if he Can't come up with some Hard evidence .  🙄

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Glad he brought it up and out, but he needs to keep pushing it even disregarding his well being. Surely there has to be some kick backs to come in under the table in stealth mode sometime to someone. Here there is nothing ever done for free as it always has a disguise.

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Thailand is pretty much a vassal state of China.

 

Is anyone really shocked by this?

 

 

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And undoubtedly many, many more. Chinese are buying whatever they can, including the junta.

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All of these subjects are credible when dealing with China, our infamous Prime Minister of Australia John Howard did a trade deal with China and small business collapsed overnight with cheap imports, and the buying of houses, land and business in Oz by the Chinese doesn't settle with anyone except the government, however, is their any other country want to invest in Thailand, China will hammer at every opportunity, once they have a foot hold they then undermine and interfere in the governance of the country.     

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