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Does this come under Child Labour ?    When will 'grown up' Thai's stand up against the Gangsters running the country ?

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17 minutes ago, Guderian said:

That's her chances of ever getting a place at a university gone for good.

Reduced to applying to a 7-11 at age 21.

 

 

Application Rejected. 

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This protest thing is obviously becoming very "cool" amongst the young; I wonder how much that reflects a real will for political change as opposed to just wanting to be part of the latest trend.

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this is a positive,good luck  and the youth and everyone really back this movement ,they cut thanakorn off at the knees this is a way round that....maybe.eventually enough people will say no it takes time.the act of civil disobedience not violence will possibly be one answer.i hear and see more and more people getting fed up with the new feudalism concept,just looking for a way to oppose it,all those senators so that end is tied up.theyve made themselves a legal illegal govt!!!

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Is she pretty? I am sure that would bring a lot of people to the protest.

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14 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Does this come under Child Labour ?    When will 'grown up' Thai's stand up against the Gangsters running the country ?

Grown-up's like Antifa?

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17 hours ago, Brunolem said:

Is her name Greta?

you mean "great" of course... seems more apt.

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15 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

When will 'grown up' Thai's stand up against the Gangsters running the country ?

Anyway you look at it, you will very rarely find people, who are leaders of a Country, that 'really' take on the jobs of running a government, who only have the good of the people in mind. You seem to have the answer. Who do you suggest that the Thai's support to lead the country that does not have "Gangster" ties or persona?  PM Shinawatra was a visionary with the people's best interest in mind (mind you he was part of the government that made sure internet and telecom companies had to be Thai back in the 1990's, early 2000's) and then he got very corrupt. Those that followed him were either part of that problem or just too naive to govern.

 

Rant all you want. A 14 yr old needs to be a teenager and have fun. (Difficult when there is a pandemic and poor economic conditions).

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16 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Does this come under Child Labour ?    When will 'grown up' Thai's stand up against the Gangsters running the country ?

Not child labor, but your comment seems to come from a child.  Want to see what happens when real gangsters run a country? 

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/fpmcoDRx9Qn1/

 

When will idiotic westerners snap out of their deluded fairy tale.

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