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"I can't be held accountable for matters that were nothing to do with me " says Tiger temple boss

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Vice president of the foundation and this stupid? Hardly makes sense. the hairpiece makes it even more ridiculous.

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"I do not know at all about certain things that were not my responsibility. I cannot be held accountable for certain things that may have happened that were nothing to do with me."

That no one believes.
What a stupid excuse.
He wears nice gold rings on his fingers.


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Typical response. Nothing to do with me. Sounds similar to the excuses used at some very famous war trials some years ago.

Or Homer Simpson.

  1. That's not really in my wheelhouse.
  2. I would, but I'm allergic to (something having to do with the request).
  3. I've been diagnosed with halitosis.
  4. I have a herniated ass bone.
  5. Today is a religious holiday, the feast of the Somnambulant intermission.
  6. Amazing! My horoscope warned me against doing this very thing!
  7. I'm supposed to do a favor for the pope that day.
  8. My boss considers that moonlighting, even if I don't get paid to do it.
  9. I sprained my uterus.
  10. Sure, but first my lawyer requires that you sign a form releasing me from all responsibility. He should be in touch with you in a week or two.

Source: https://simpsonswiki.com/wiki/Homer_Simpson's_Handy_Portable_Excuses_Card

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cheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gif Complete Denial ,,,, And Than they think that they are Not guilty,,,,,, tosser

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Typical response. Nothing to do with me. Sounds similar to the excuses used at some very famous war trials some years ago.

BUT he knew about them.

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I've been resident in Thailand for 19 years now, and never once have I come across anyone ever accepting and taking responsibility either for their own actions or the actions of the people for whom they were responsible. It just doesn't happen.

It doesn't matter if it's someone selling you faulty goods, a restaurant serving you cold food, a major national mail-order business whose parcel has gone astray, or, as in this case. the vice president of a national foundation with corrupt employees - the attitude is the same, "It's nothing to do with me!".

The depressing thing is, with the few exceptions that I can recall, there seems to be nothing anyone can do about it!

But in this case I fervently hope there is enough international reaction that the smug bastard above, or one of his piers, gets the bloody book thrown at him.

2 weeks ago I had a kettle that I bought in BigC 9 months ago fail on me.

It only cost 499 baht but I took it back anyway along with the receipt and a clearer scanned copy.

It took about 10 minutes while a lady got a new one off the shelf and tested it in front of me.

She apologised that it had failed and gave me a beautiful smile.

We swapped them over and off I went, happy as a pig in .......

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Typical response. Nothing to do with me. Sounds similar to the excuses used at some very famous war trials some years ago.

Ich habe es nicht gewusst

This expression in German can be translated as "I didn't know about it". It was often used in the aftermath of the Second World War, when certain people in the former Nazi empire were held to account over the slaughter of Jews and others in concentration camps.

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I've been resident in Thailand for 19 years now, and never once have I come across anyone ever accepting and taking responsibility either for their own actions or the actions of the people for whom they were responsible. It just doesn't happen.

It doesn't matter if it's someone selling you faulty goods, a restaurant serving you cold food, a major national mail-order business whose parcel has gone astray, or, as in this case. the vice president of a national foundation with corrupt employees - the attitude is the same, "It's nothing to do with me!".

The depressing thing is, with the few exceptions that I can recall, there seems to be nothing anyone can do about it!

But in this case I fervently hope there is enough international reaction that the smug bastard above, or one of his piers, gets the bloody book thrown at him.

2 weeks ago I had a kettle that I bought in BigC 9 months ago fail on me.

It only cost 499 baht but I took it back anyway along with the receipt and a clearer scanned copy.

It took about 10 minutes while a lady got a new one off the shelf and tested it in front of me.

She apologised that it had failed and gave me a beautiful smile.

We swapped them over and off I went, happy as a pig in .......

Nice one bill. But I bet you don't live in Samui like rob. Samui where the shops sell duff phones to tourists and Immigration charge 5000 baht for something that costs 1900 baht.

The General fired the governor of the SRT a couple of years ago when he failed to accept responsibility for his organization hiring a guy who raped and murdered a young girl on the train. No transfer to an inactive post, just shitcanned. Maybe this tiger temple guy needs to be reminded of that.

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Everything to do with him ! Has he never heard of responsibility ? Ignorance of what is going on during his watch is no defense, otherwise the jails would be empty and the streets would be seething with "ignorant therefore innocent" people !

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Did anyone check his toupee? He might be trying to sneak something out, hell that thing looks like it might still be alive.

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I've been resident in Thailand for 19 years now, and never once have I come across anyone ever accepting and taking responsibility either for their own actions or the actions of the people for whom they were responsible. It just doesn't happen.

It doesn't matter if it's someone selling you faulty goods, a restaurant serving you cold food, a major national mail-order business whose parcel has gone astray, or, as in this case. the vice president of a national foundation with corrupt employees - the attitude is the same, "It's nothing to do with me!".

The depressing thing is, with the few exceptions that I can recall, there seems to be nothing anyone can do about it!

But in this case I fervently hope there is enough international reaction that the smug bastard above, or one of his piers, gets the bloody book thrown at him.

2 weeks ago I had a kettle that I bought in BigC 9 months ago fail on me.

It only cost 499 baht but I took it back anyway along with the receipt and a clearer scanned copy.

It took about 10 minutes while a lady got a new one off the shelf and tested it in front of me.

She apologised that it had failed and gave me a beautiful smile.

We swapped them over and off I went, happy as a pig in .......

Nice one bill. But I bet you don't live in Samui like rob. Samui where the shops sell duff phones to tourists and Immigration charge 5000 baht for something that costs 1900 baht.

The General fired the governor of the SRT a couple of years ago when he failed to accept responsibility for his organization hiring a guy who raped and murdered a young girl on the train. No transfer to an inactive post, just shitcanned. Maybe this tiger temple guy needs to be reminded of that.

Agreed and I think the General/PM needs to be reminded of that also.

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Check the personal accounts of all the senior monks and officials and all the temple 'business' accounts.

It's hardly rocket science.

Can/do monks have bank accounts? I thought they were to shed all worldly possessions on being ordained.

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