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PM Denies Threatening Protesters with COVID




PHETCHABURI, Sept 18 (TNA) — Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha denied he issued a warning on the risks of COVID-19 transmission to threaten anti-government protesters.


The prime minister warned of a new wave of coronavirus disease 2019 through his nationwide address via TV Pool yesterday as demonstrators planned to rally at the Tha Prachan campus of Thammasat University tomorrow.


“Regarding my statement yesterday, I do care about people and did not mean to threaten anyone. All adults must create understanding and take care of their children. Can they cope if anything happens?” Gen Prayut said.


Full Story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-541621



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Pants on fire, this man could not tell the truth even if his life depended on it.

More denial from him. It all gets a bit boring. He seriously has lost the plot !   

Anything goes, covid, typhoons, burmese attack .. anything to try to stop the protests.   The protests will happen. Suck it up.

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Some fine tap dancing on display by the good general.  Would be worthy of being a contestant on Dancing with the stars.  Keep up the bait and switch and misinformation campaign as well as the military tactic of confusing the enemy by making them believe what you have not done yet has already happened.  Waiting on the Stryker's to go through Bangkok with loudspeakers playing heavy metal during the weekends protests, like we did in Panama to Noriega.

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