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Yes definitely assault and should be charged , there is no excuse for this kind of thing in modern society .

Another peace loving Royalist betraying their brainwashed mindset.

Aside from the fact that standing during a National anthem should be a matter of personal choice, given the law allows such freedoms, the woman in red has no right to do anything, other than possibly

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22 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Using violence against children because they won't conform. Classy. 

 

I think someone is starting a kind of Gofundme page so the girl can sue the Thai Karen. 

 

I'd quite happily donate to it. Let's see how proud people are when it hits them in the wallet. 

Good luck with that one, suing a Thai Karen food vendor. 
I cannot imagine she would would have too many assets or money in the bank to pay the damages awarded.

21 hours ago, KannikaP said:

It sounds like the same song in the cinema as they play at 8am & 6pm on the telly.

 

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8 minutes ago, StevieAus said:

Good luck with that one, suing a Thai Karen food vendor. 
I cannot imagine she would would have too many assets or money in the bank to pay the damages awarded.

 

I think it was more of a symbolic gesture.

 

A reminder to people that being poor isn't an excuse for being an a******. 

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15 hours ago, Gillyflower said:

When I was a child in Australia, everybody stood for God Save  etc at the cinema or at school every morning.  No one would have dared sit down.

Fortunately times have changed!  Thailand is lagging behind, but change is coming.

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12 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

I think it was more of a symbolic gesture.

 

A reminder to people that being poor isn't an excuse for being an a******. 

I would feel happier if she was arrested by the police and potentially face criminal charges.

If someone did that to my daughter that is what I would expect.

 

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2 hours ago, Mickeem said:

Went to the cinema Chiang Mai 5 yrs ago for the release of James Bond Spectre there was about 20 younger people in the audience .. when the Royal anthem started I stood up .. looked behind and around to see I was the only one standing up .. felt like a right [deleted]

 

 

 

 

years is hard to believe. But months absolutely. 

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