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Thai PM says news of Egyptian delegation incident was like being hit by a plane

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So the new common Flu strain from Egypt is called Pyramid-19 ?

 

King Tut - 19 ?

 

Camel Flu - 19  ?

 

Harem - 19? 

 

Egypt Air - 19  Wow that one will hit like a plane 🙂

 

 

 

 

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I think we should all start protests while respectfully remembering Egyptian Lives Matter.

 

As in other countries there is no need to wear a mask while protesting but you must put the mask back on soon as the protest is over, return home and stay there. Stay tuned - we will let you know when we need you all on the set again for the next movie scene.

 

Gotta go - it's midnight at the oasis.

 

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

transgression of Thailand’s health safety protocols

It was him that allowed it for goodness sake

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

He also expressed concern over the high-risk behavior of people frequenting night entertainment venues, warning them to exercise extra caution.

 

In the meantime please continue to cram yourselves into the MRT like sardines every day.......

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14 hours ago, Mavideol said:

the Egyptian military didn't transgress the protocols, your people did by allowing them to go through. Virus doesn't know borders, doesn't differentiate rich or poor, black or white, the safety protocols should be enforced regardless who is coming, diplomatic or not, military or civil all should be checked the same way

Does anyone know if he had the balls to publicly address this yet?

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19 minutes ago, M71 said:

I think we should all start protests while respectfully remembering Egyptian Lives Matter.

 

As in other countries there is no need to wear a mask while protesting but you must put the mask back on soon as the protest is over, return home and stay there. Stay tuned - we will let you know when we need you all on the set again for the next movie scene.

 

Gotta go - it's midnight at the oasis.

 

 

 

 

Yes, please go put your Camel to bed...

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10 minutes ago, AhFarangJa said:

In the meantime please continue to cram yourselves into the MRT like sardines every day.......

And on the BTS.  I also went to the Bangkok Arts and Cultural center yesterday for a nice stroll through the White Elephant exhibit, when I walked across the MBK, there was no one checking temps, and no one ensuring use of the tracking platform.  You would think that enlightened folks would get back to doing what this government espouses, but laziness prevails, as the Officer manning the MRT scanner seemed more interested in his cell phone as people streamed through when I returned home Via the Sathon MRT station at 5 pm.

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after several of them broke health regulations by visiting a local shopping mall.

 

Maybe it is because it was not properly enforced to start with.

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It's easy to spot these guys on the street, they walk like Egyptians.

 

 

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

the Prime Minister explained his shock, after it was discovered that one member of the Egyptian military delegation, staying at a hotel in Rayong, was found to be infected with COVID-19, after several of them broke health regulations by visiting a local shopping mall.

So change the rules Mr PM, you are the boss.
Stop giving privileges to the elite and expect them to follow rules, you cannot trust anyone.

That includes foreign visitors and those who are expected to make sure they follow protocols.

 

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The same old "There are rules for us and then there are the rules for the small people". This is what is urking the Thai people. The ecomomic sacrifice suffered by the ordinary Thai only to be undone by the priviledged "military". Not good.

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14 hours ago, Katipo said:

Hit by a plane the PMs government allowed to land, disembark, and go shopping. The resulting chaos is going to result in even more suffering amongst people already teetering on the edge. At least he apologised for once, and it seems the loopholes are being closed.

Note that the two flights (EGY1245 & EGY1216) stopped in UAE and Pakistan - also Covid 19 hot spots - before landing in Thailand. Then left Thailand early morning July 9th  for China on Thursday for "unexplained military business", returning before midnight the same day to stay at the same hotel.  

Prayut as Minister of Defense surely would have been notified in advance of those intended foreign military movements in-out-in of Thailand as a matter of diplomatic protocol. If he was allegedly unaware of such movements twice transgressing Thailand's sovereignty, much less not granting advance approval and monitoring those movements, a Prime Minister would likely fire the Minister of Defense. But of course, Prayut is also the past and current Prime Minister. 

So more than an apology from Prayut is needed. As a minimum, he should reassign his position as Minister of Defense and nominate a qualified and respected person to the position.

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