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Police, water cannons stand ready to deal with protesters outside Parliament


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4 hours ago, scorecard said:

Any members seen any news of the protest?

Al-Jazeera night-time reporting (correspondent outside Parliament) shows people sitting down listening to protest speeches with no signs of confrontation or potential violence.

 

Also analysis and discussion with informed observers and commentators via Skype, etc.

 

 

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17 hours ago, tomazbodner said:

Yeah... should follow World's biggest democracy, the MAGA land and start shooting them, right?

Yes, two things can't be wrong at the same time, right? 

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19 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Seriously ? Getting out the water cannon on your populace as they want better democracy - this is just showing the world how far Thailand has slipped round the democratic u-bend !

You only have to look at the so-called long established and oldest institutions who have supposedly have democracies  such as the UK and USA and seriously they are not and only a very small percentage of their populations bother to vote and yes there may be Parliament but rules etc are pushed through and slyly.
 

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Tiananmen Square comes to mind.  Please be careful folks it is ratcheting upwards and those of us that have been here for awhile have seen what can occur.  

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On 9/24/2020 at 1:48 PM, Thaiwrath said:

Pathetic, heavy handed tactic by the clowns.

 

Not as bad as the murder of Bangkok who ten years after shooting the <deleted> out of 300 odd students, put up for Governor and couldn't understand why people hated him, thats the mind set you're up against.

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