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Red-shirts to stage mass rally in Bangkok this Saturday

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Where do they find the time to converge and waste their time on all those frivolous

meetings? isn't rice harvest time now? and yes, I know that every red shirt at least

get 2,000 to come to Bkk, ( I got it on good authority) but still....

Funny you do not ask the same for the yellow shirts... I wonder when those people work, actually, since they have so much free time to go and demonstrate.

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....just enough to know...the absurdity of the name vis-a-vis what they really support...

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I thought they were already having a ralley every day inside the stadium.

Hard to get empty seats excited. Looks bad on their image.

Excuse me makes their image even worse.

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Sounds like the battle grounds and stands are chosen again. Great exactly what Thailand needs, another showdown.... facepalm.gif

Yes and because of Suthep's inflammatory and increasingly deranged language and his desire to change the peaceful massprotests into a revolution, this has been seen as a "red rag to a bull" to the redshirts <pun intended> and has given them an excuse to also go beyond peaceful massdemonstration themselves, which as we know from recent history, is a opportunity they are more than ready to embrace. The Anti-govt massprotests made a monumentally powerful statement when they called out so many hundreds of thousands peacefully, but when they started occupying buildings and causing disruption beyond mere traffic jams, they lost the authority to tell the red-shirts to also protest peacefully and to obey the law. Suthep's more recent actions and statements have made confrontation almost inevitable, whereas when it was just massprotest / placards / leaflets, the antigovt people had the floor and could criticise any affronts committed by the reds.

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The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship will stage a mass rally on Saturday

They said that due to expected massive support and the conclusion of the rice harvest. The UDD will be laying on an extra 2 taxis to ease the transport situation to the stadium.

They will also be laying on 15 extra buses for those wishing to be transported the the Agricultural Bank headquarters in Bangkok to demand their money.

That is so hilariouscheesy.gif ..........Don't give up the day job.

Look who's talking. Some one supporting Thaksin. I guess all your rice is in and you are in line waiting for a check. Let us know when you get it. Or are you just a field hand. If so are you getting the 300 baht a day?

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So the Red-Shirt leaders are still not upset, about the attempts by PTP to give a full-amnesty, to people who they claim ordered the murders of their comrades-in-arms three years ago ? blink.png

What very short memories, and conveniently forgetful ones too, these delightful people appear to have. whistling.gif

Why do the Red-masses still trust & follow them ? wink.png

Of course they have forgotten, they are probably once again getting their 500bt from Dubai!!!!

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Oh &lt;deleted&gt;, I'm coming from Hua Hin to Bkk this Saturday.. is this going to make my journey go all tits up?

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Red-shirts to stage mass rally in Bangkok this Saturday

Great hopefully they can get a few turn up this time.

If the fugitive sees fit to break open his little piggy bank and transfer a few Baht to the rabble, they might well see a few more turn up for the day, collect their hard earned money before heading back home. Of course the red-brigade will reports 100's of thousands have turned out for the big event, that will in their collective dreams.

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"STOP HIJACKING THAILAND"???

Textbook example of a pot calling a kettle black!!! Even goldfishes have longer memories.

UDD - United Front for Dictatorship against Democracy.

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Because its better than the centuries of being forgotten about and repressed.

I expect many 'red shirts' are not personally keen on TS, but the thought of voting for the oldest party in Thailand who has over the years completely disregarded them is so sickening that they continue to support the PTP.

I hate the conflict now, and find it difficult to see a proper resolution, but its lovely to see these old families in Thailand who have barely lifted a finger in their lives, other than to call the hired help, get a right royal shafting:) Sadly i know they have already siphoned off 100's of million of dollars over the years out of the country and really whatever is happening here is just a minor inconvenience that they can sit out abroa

The rice scam has cost the country hundreds of billions, but only in baht terms. Using a rough B30 to the dollar conversion rate, that would still make Thaksin more than 30 times worse, and he managed that in a 2 year period. Are your loyalties a little confused?

I doubt it he knows who the paymaster is.

I have often wondered what shape Thailand would be in if these as he calls it

but its lovely to see these old families in Thailand who have barely lifted a finger in their lives, other than to call the hired help, get a right royal shafting

stop putting their money into business. The entire country would come to a halt unemployment would make a depression look like a good time.

As is his usual a poorly thought out answer. Or maybe he is given a sheet of answers to spread around.

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Pro-govt Red Shirts declare major rally Saturday
By English News

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BANGKOK, Nov 28 – The pro-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) plans a massive rally at Rajamangala Stadium on Saturday, its leaders announced.

UDD chairwoman Thida Thavornseth and leading member Jatuporn Prompan last night said the political situation has become critical and they would hold a big rally on Saturday to retaliate key anti-government leader Suthep Thaugsuban.

Mrs Thida called on Mr Suthep to stop intimidating the media and occupying government property – a serious offence that led to chaos among civil servants and the public.

Mr Jatuporn claimed that Rajamangala Stadium will be fully packed on Nov 30 when people will jointly protest against Mr Suthep.

The rally will continue until the former Democrat MP calls it quits, he vowed. (MCOT online news)

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-- TNA 2013-11-28

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He said that the red shirts would stop their rally only when the protesters end their protests.

Now, now kids. Time to grow up.

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