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State Of Emergency Declared For Bangkok

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from DTV: Arisman + Jatuporn seize helicopter that was taking them to prison, land at redshirt mob

Is this true??? If so, it's incredible and a fair indication of who is in control here now.

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Tourism Thailand whatever is left will diminish further, ohh well wonder what more shirts there will be after the red, pink? Think Thailand is a ticking volcano which will erupt soon, when we get all this nonsense from different fractions claiming to represent the people it looks like a upcoming state of chaos.

It is just a matter of time before it will affect foreigners, as seen in other countries going through this shit before. The airport was the first one which affected foreigners, and I will not be surprised if the reds will target something which makes an international outcry soon to get there point across. Already hostage taking of ASEAN Summit hotel, all this stuff is terrorism, and the so called forces who is supposed to control this is doing very little about it, it's like a free for all.

I hope this will stop soon before Thailand will go down as a total fiasco economically and all the people who is dependent of foreign income such as tourism, factory workers etc. will suffer for a minority who is fighting for the few guys in the background who want the power, this is just that a few power hungry <deleted> who want to run the country using believers, and pay off poor people to do acts of crime to get the puppet masters interests through.

Want to stop it, follow the money and you get to who it is, remove them and it ends.

Bard

I agee..with the yellow shirts before, and now the red shirts, the person who is paying the demonstrators and feeding them cowpat every day, is also in both cases, paying the police generals cash in hand, to keep his police out of sight, therefore allowing the demonstrators to go and do what they want, like take the parliment building, the airport, the very important asean meeting.

Its not a case of training the police, to handle riots, at the moment we know they are only trained in police college how to collecting money from the bars, and motorists, any group backed by any person, just has to give the back handers to the police generals in charge, to remove his men, or put only a dozen officers at the front, who then leg it.

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The more I watch the TV with not one picture the more I am convinced.

PM declares state of Emergency then jumps in his car for a drive????

Car of course is attacked again no pictures.

Now they are saying there are spent shell casings all over the ground........Again no pictures.

In this day & age not a single picture.???

Sad to say it is pretty obvious what is happening now.

Turn on the news. Plenty of vid on the PM's car attacks.

Yes thanks I just saw that.

I had to wonder why would that car drive straight into the reds crowd like it did?

Also did you see the army & cops stand down?

Or the monk beating on the car?

I wish they had gotten it open because I am guessing there is just one paid driver in there.

Go drive this into teh crowd while we film it.

Even the folks on the news are asking now about the lack of pics.

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The Army spokesperson warned the public not to panic if they happen to see the employ of army forces as the military will start employing their forces and send them to various places.

He said the state of emergency allowed the officials to step up measures to deal with the protesters.

The Nation

Where will this end?

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Reds believe that the air force has been issued red shirts and will attempt to infiltrate the BKK protests and foment violence so that the crackdown can begin while saving the government face.

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From The Nation:

Jatuporn calls red-shirts to descend on Bangkok to bring down Govt

Jatuporn Promphan Sunday urged red-shirted protesters to rise up against the government and attack Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban as first sight.

He said there was no longer rule of law so the red-shirted people would attack the government.

He claimed that he had been arrested by the military to the Naresuan base in Prachuap Khiri Khan but red-shirted supporters in the base secured his release and sent him to the rally site at the Government House again.

Jatuporn urged red-shirted protesters to travel to Bangkok or seize provincial halls.

The Nation

Time for the army to crush the red shirts now, they are no longer able to claim to be pro-democractic, they are just a mob intent on cause murder and mayhem now. The true colours of the reds are comming out now.

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Those 3 pictures with the reds in action really are scary.

Yes, the pictures are scary, but i'm sorry, the Army is supposed to be trained to deal with 'scary' situations. Sheesh, if they are afraid of a man with a 3foot knife, what are they going to do when a load of people begin shooting bullets at them? Go home, cry to mummy and eat somtum?

Unfortunately the answer is 'yes'

What a pathetic PATHETIC Army we have. They are supposed to be guarding the country for gawds sake, against attack from within and without.

PA-fuc_k1ING-THETIC.

Abolute corruption provides for the absolute corrupt with absolutely unreliable state protection. Education, and grades obtained is absolutley corrupt as it is reflective of the absolute acceptance of student / teachers providing "knee-tremblers" to improve grades.- fundamentaly the example of Thai education standards and reflective of future business life. Absolute curruption is witness by students copying each other immediately outside any educational establishment. The BIB imposing their own laws. Business people considering 40 % gross profit margins are poor. How far should we go ? ulitimately, it will take a dramatic and sudden change to bring this country in-line. Whether they want it or not is another matter. However Lebanon was a rich, multi-cultural and wonderful place in the 50's and 60's. Look at it now. Bangkok is only short journey away. You have dissaffected Thais, uneducated Thais, An Elite who are feudalistic, absolute curruption is everywhere, down-trodden ethnic minorities in the South and a strong Russian mafia in the West. All the ingredients. The script is written now for Lights, Music, Action.

Edited by esprit

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Reds believe that the air force has been issued red shirts and will attempt to infiltrate the BKK protests and foment violence so that the crackdown can begin while saving the government face.

True or not paranoia is going to build in the red shirts as the rumours swirlaround and also as their own leadership spins and nobody really knows what is happening.

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I think I will stay here away from all that aggro., thanks.

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Anyone know what the situation is at the airport

I have no rumors that the airport is effected in any way, but that might change (but I doubt anyone mess with the airport this time)

think again, if they want to take the airport they can there will be no police around to stop them, has the penny dropped yet, ask yourself why is it so easy for demonstrators to move around in Thailand.

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roll all the tanks out to deal with these morons. roll out the entire army,navy and marines. call out the police. put curfew in place arrest all these dumb ass making a mess of this place... tr not to crack heads.. god bless this government ,good luck.put out this fire as soon as possible by acting doing what america,europe ,australia would do in case of group of thieves committing treason.

meanwhile shut the king of kings ,the morons thaxin up he is a sick drunken fool that needs to be whipped a good one..

follow my 5 point plan get with the program....

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I am founding the green shirt group now!

I think that some girls would like to form a pink shirt groups :o

No no, that are the ladymen who want to make you believe that they are girls

In that case, they have to prove their gender, aren't they?

How to do it without being vulgar?

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From The Nation:

Jatuporn calls red-shirts to descend on Bangkok to bring down Govt

Jatuporn Promphan Sunday urged red-shirted protesters to rise up against the government and attack Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban as first sight.

He said there was no longer rule of law so the red-shirted people would attack the government.

He claimed that he had been arrested by the military to the Naresuan base in Prachuap Khiri Khan but red-shirted supporters in the base secured his release and sent him to the rally site at the Government House again.

Jatuporn urged red-shirted protesters to travel to Bangkok or seize provincial halls.

The Nation

Reds believe that the air force has been issued red shirts and will attempt to infiltrate the BKK protests and foment violence so that the crackdown can begin while saving the government face.

ok, is it just me or are these two (news/rumors/reports) just totally contradictory

Edited by jbhh

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At first i thought the Army were on the yellow shirts side (as they let them take over swampypoom airport)

Now they let the red shirts into the Asean meeting and now the interior ministry (BBC reporting the army just let them in)

I come to the conclusion that the Army are just incapable protecting government buildings/people or other property.

Incapable.

This is unbelievable, it really is.

Cambodia or Burma should seize their chance and just invade. Who's going to stop them? The Army cant, that's pretty clear!!

The worrying thing is that Al-Qaeda might just seize their chance and stage an atrocity here.

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Please, no tanks on the streets... this looks like the beginning of the end

I've seen already. At 3 pm I saw about dozen tanks strolling in the Dusit area.

Anyone can confirm?

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