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Thailand’s PM defends further extension of national state of emergency

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14 hours ago, Lacessit said:

Decent income support for those most affected would go much further at the ballot box than sympathy. But then, elections here are rigged in his favor anyway.

He does remind me of the Flanders and Swann line " Always be sincere, whether you mean it or not".

Yes All counts are fake. But his stepped up his assault with setting up liked opposition before elections. This guy is the worst ever in the country's history.

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15 hours ago, Lacessit said:

Decent income support for those most affected would go much further at the ballot box than sympathy. But then, elections here are rigged in his favor anyway.

He does remind me of the Flanders and Swann line " Always be sincere, whether you mean it or not".

“The key to success is sincerity. If you can fake that you've got it made.”


George Burns
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2 hours ago, hotchilli said:

With no foreign tourists to bolster the saturated bar/entertainment market many are in trouble anyway.

That's Prayuts army tactics. STARVE them out. Thailand has to open and this limited hours is outrageous nobody has this virus lol.

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49 minutes ago, spidermike007 said:

He stressed the need for pro-active measures to prevent the spread of the disease, especially regarding retail businesses and tourism, while he expressed his sympathy for the poor, who have been particularly badly affected by the lockdown measures.

 

Most Thais are a "show me kind of people". That is why these words are utterly meaningless, especially coming from people like Prayuth and Taweesin. If you guys were sincere, you would have offered to sacrifice all of your salaries the entire time this nation was shut down, and donate that money to the poor. Also, you would have offered enough assistance to people out of work, instead of the paltry program you offered, with an 83% rejection rate. A 5,000 baht handout is already inadequate. But, then you have the audacity to reject nearly everyone who applied? Is that what you clowns label as sincerity?

The poor are not accounted for. This is yellow only serve the rich

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Aaaah the baht says it all

i want that home in the hamptons that our Thai family can visit!

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Im the Boss and a 2nd wave will make sure I stay the boss and until the 2nd wave comes I'm staying the Boss its simple!

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16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

while he expressed his sympathy for the poor, who have been particularly badly affected by the lockdown measures.

What a joker he is. This man would not notice a poor person if he stepped on him crossing the road.

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58 minutes ago, tomauasia said:

That's Prayuts army tactics. STARVE them out. Thailand has to open and this limited hours is outrageous nobody has this virus lol.

My post said that Thai domestic tourism was not enough to keep all the bars etc open & making a profit, some will go broke.
International tourism is a long way off yet, open that up & the second wave will surely follow.

That's just common sense.

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Just keeping the lid on the brewing unrest a little longer 🤔

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