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Kanchanaburi: Armed commandos storm shop after young Myanmar man threatened by owner with a gun

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50 minutes ago, Genmai said:

This must be all that Thai Kindness I keep hearing about

Trust Thailand, they are still working to get the TAT motto down..

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2 hours ago, Genmai said:

This must be all that Thai Kindness I keep hearing about

All are not painted with the same brush.

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I thought human trafficking was about gang stalking of targeted individuals not armed commandos storming a Thai shopkeeper.

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50 minutes ago, Mbaki said:

All are not painted with the same brush.

Perhaps, but now the selfie reigns, and it's quicker.....😋

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3 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Thaksin M., 53, the owner of a herbal production and supply facility, was arrested and charged with illegal gun ownership and illegally employing foreign nationals.

 

Several revolvers and a high power rifle were taken into evidence along with ammunition

Tools of the trade no-doubt?

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3 hours ago, rooster59 said:

had been made to work up to 16 hours a day and wasn't even paid for ten month

slave labour is alive

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On 6/6/2020 at 12:49 PM, Phuketshrew said:

Armed commandos? The one closest looks more like Ronnie Barker ...

Yeah, watch out. He's probably the Thai Police version of Andy Ruiz Jr.

 

Also, nice body armor (or lack thereof) on the "commandos".

 

At least he keeps his finger long and away from the trigger though, whereas it seems the middle "commando" has his already ON the trigger, and hte one in front definitely does. Nice gun handling there, by the elite speznaz tiger beret commandos... Even if I'm semi-wrong, and middle commando "only" has his index finger bent and "ready" to move it onto the trigger, that's still extremely bad...

 

Up until a few years ago you were just supposed to keep the finger "long" (as in stretched out), but now it's "finger long" and pointed slightly upward, pressed against the receiver/slide, as when you fall/slip or whatever, your grab-reflex will set in.

 

So semi-kudos to Andy-Nai Ruiz-Kor Jr. for that. But only for that 😛

 

On 6/6/2020 at 3:31 PM, jobsworth said:

I thought human trafficking was about gang stalking of targeted individuals not armed commandos storming a Thai shopkeeper.

If this is a joke, I don't get it. Can you please explain the punch line? (the human trafficking `= gang stalking)

 

Human trafficking is mostly used in the forced prostitution sense, but not always, and as the name implies by first moving them from A to B (and possibly C, D, E, ...) and usually against their will.

But it also refers to coyotes (people who smuggle illegals, ie from Morocco or wherever through ie Spain, France, Germany - and maybe onwards to Denmark, Norway or Sweden - so they can scream asylum in the places that offers the best housing with W Lan [and if there isn't any, there's always the option to riot and tear the place apart], the highest welfare pay out, and the lowest sentence for [gang-]rapes + comfy prisons etc. ), taking <deleted> loads of money to stuff 50 people into a small truck and drive them for thousands of miles or sticking them onto a zodiac to cross the Med (so the "Sea Rescuers" can help culturally enrich us, while stopping the Coast Guards and FRONTEX from doing their job).

 

And it also refers to people trafficking in actual slaves (as is happening to this very day from ie East Africa usually onto the Arab Peninsula, the perpetrators usually being of the religion of peace persuasion) or the modern day not-really-but-it's-what-people-say equivalent of "slaves", such as trafficking ie Philippino women into Saudi Arabia, UAE, Quatar, Kuwait and such, by promising them well paying jobs as maids, but where they are really underpaid, usually locked up, beaten and abused, often sexually assaulted by the "man" of the house, etc. That too, is human trafficking.

 

Gang stalking has nothing to do with it, and afaik most people who claim to be gang stalked, have serious mental health problems, rather than "gang stalking" problems (though I suppose certain intelligence service MIGHT use it, to target already unstable people).

 

So yeah, hence why I don't get the joke (apart from the mildly amusing armed "commandos" storming the Thai shop)..

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Would be great to see such armed commandos patrolling the streets of Pattaya for thieving ladyboys!! Certainly would guarantee the safety of tourists - Amazing Trusted Thailand.

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