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If human rights were being observed they would not have been arrested in the first place!

Just goes to show that you don't need to pass an IQ test to become a senior policeman in Thailand.

It makes me laugh, watching khaosod English (Facebook page) the guy translated the police order, get this, anyone selling food to the demonstrators, anyone transporting demonstrators - win riders, tax

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13 hours ago, Srikcir said:

Seems that if the SOE wasn't invoked before the rally, there would be no violations of law. So basically a setup that forces violations. 

You sir are erudite beyond erudite.   Sadly, the junta just makes stuff up as they go along.  Words from people like you, and the young, are a waste on room temperature IQ's who only obsess about the shine of their jackboots.    Well heeled tourists have lots in common with this government.  🙄    It is just more of the decline of Thailand.  If it were not for a few close friends and some business I have there,  I would rarely go there. 

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13 hours ago, Reigntax said:

Do you have an English translation ?

How many foreign languages DO YOU speak mister Grammarly prosecutor? I do my best with English which is not my mother tongue, and on top of it do my best right now to answer politely in accordance to this forum rules but the mentation is strong not to do it 🥱

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22 hours ago, johng said:

Are you watching on "True"  by any chance ?

 

Yep and they do it to the BBC News too. A nice little convenient intermission.

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14 hours ago, baboon said:

You can always dip your hand in your pocket seeing as you are so concerned...

 

Roomers of your death were greatly exaggerated then?

 

Good to have you back 🙂 !!

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I watched last night  there was one young guy standing down a group of riot police  waving a white ribbon

like some kind of vampire slayer 😆 the police actually retreated  but  a few minutes later  some regular police ran in and snatched him away !!804963753_--ThairathTV2020-10-1619-00.ts_snapshot_00_54.25_2020_10.17_13_32_04.jpg.661e27d87424d6b088fd2ebdad2379f1.jpg

 

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The majority of these protestors are no doubt attempting to get their message across in a peaceful way.

Its too bad that at any rally like this anywhere in the world a group will appear with an agenda of causing grief

They are the ones who need to be dealt with by authorities, its just too bad they are the gutless wonders who run and hide

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21 hours ago, brewsterbudgen said:

I suppose you feel the same way about the Hong Kong "kids"?  Hopefully their brave actions will be the catalyst for real change in this country.

like the change the kids saw in China? These brave kids are going to cause some folks to not be able to feed their family because of business closure - that's real change?

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5 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

like the change the kids saw in China? These brave kids are going to cause some folks to not be able to feed their family because of business closure - that's real change?

Unfortunately Thailand is not the CCP, and people will not be killed in the streets, if they are then the man at the top better be prepared for international condemnation.  But then that's my sarcastic opinion only.

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15 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Unfortunately Thailand is not the CCP, and people will not be killed in the streets, if they are then the man at the top better be prepared for international condemnation.  But then that's my sarcastic opinion only.

kids are easily swayed, they'll cause havoc just for 'likes'. My concern is that the billionaire will not be satisfied with just causing people to not being able to earn a living. It will only take a couple of naïve impressionable kids furnished with red shirt weapons of war to cause bloodshed on both sides and by that time he'll be jetting out of here to join the other traitor in Dubai (if he's not already there lol)..

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6 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

kids are easily swayed, they'll cause havoc just for 'likes'. My concern is that the billionaire will not be satisfied with just causing people to not being able to earn a living. It will only take a couple of naïve impressionable kids furnished with red shirt weapons of war to cause bloodshed on both sides and by that time he'll be jetting out of here to join the other traitor in Dubai (if he's not already there lol)..

Unfortunately I may have to agree with you, but it will be some outside dark force that enters the current fray.  These protests have been more than peaceful, a few upset and hurt people, but from the way I have seen it portrayed it has bee instigated from the other side.

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