By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist
A British MI6 agent, well really, well maybe not-just told Thai Intel of 10 “Classified” reasons why Cameron wants to come to Thailand for a vacation this New Year against a barrage of warning in the UK not to do so because it will send the wrong signal to the royalst elite military rule of Thailand-that it was OK to kill about 100 protesters and putting about 2,000 in the hospital.
Cameron wants to see why kiddie porn are bought and sold easily in Thailand as if it were normal-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that in fact kiddie porn are not acceptable and UK nationals must stay away from them while in Thailand.
Cameron wants to study the Thai model of Royalism where if one does not respect the institution one is at risk at being put in jail for 20 years but told on TV that Thai royalist are gracious and kind people that are loved by the Thai people-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that the UK royalism must never develop along the Thai model.
Cameron want to see how clean is the water in the Phuket where a major water treatment plant by a UK outfit was canceled by the UK firm because the Thai officials demanded a 10% cut a year of the income the plant would received-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that corruption really does damage nature and can cause skin cancer to tourist who swim in polluted waters.
Cameron want to see if the Southern Thai people, like at the Southern Phuket Island, who are staunch supporter of the Abhisit junta of how they can still support Abhisit after Abhisit’s killing of so many protesters as an indicator of how divided Thailand is-so he can return to the UK and warn the people of the UK that morality and ethics are universal issues that all the people of the UK must unite in respecting.
Cameron wants to see the special and unique Thai hospitality and the royalist elite military rulers of Thailand ultra-Nationalism pride-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that they must not be a bunch of hypocrite in going abut licking foreigners ass holes to the maximum and then turn around and say their values are so special and unique that it must be protected against foreign values-like democracy, freedom and justice.
Cameron want to see how Thailand can be so close to Burma, even with the fake election there, so he can understand better why Abhisit, the Thai prime minister, that just cut a US$20 billion deal with Burma, can be so against the globe’s position on Burma-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that money is not everything and that “Sufficient Economy” can be satisfying morally and ethically.
Cameron wants to visit Phuket, where Thais of Chinese heritage have cornered the entire island’s business to see how the Thais of Chinese heritage have also cornered much Thai economy and then also see the increasing close ties between the Thai military and Chinese military-both have a track record of killing protesters-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that while the UK respects cultural diversity and equality, the UK must never let anyone dominate the UK’s entire economic spectrum because it leads to unfair wealth making opportunity and will also impact UK’s foreign affairs.
Cameron wants to visit Phuket so he can gauge the amount of foreign tourist in Phuket to understand if ethical tourism have failed-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that pumping money into tyrant states is just like buying bullets for the regime to use to do more killing.
Cameron wants to visit Phuket to try out the Internet, listen to the local radio and watch TV to see how much censorship and propaganda there is in Thailand for himself, because all major global freedom of expression units have strongly criticized Thailand-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK people that the freedom and open society the UK has must be protected at all cost.
Cameron wants to visit Phuket to play golf and get beach massages to see how little the poor Thais make compared to the rich ones so he can understand why most of the poor Thais are suffering under the long rule of the royalist elite military governments-so he can return to the UK and warn the UK that Oxford must improve its curriculum because the UK is producing much of the world’s graduates who becomes the worse government globally.
The following is from the Mail UK:
By Richard Shears
Last updated at 8:49 AM on 10th November 2010
David Cameron was urged yesterday to cancel his planned family Christmas holiday in Thailand because he would be seen to be supporting the country’s human rights abuses.
Downing Street has confirmed the Prime Minister will be spending the Christmas break in the South East Asian country and while it is a destination for tens of thousands of Britons each year Mr Cameron’s decision is said to be sending ‘the wrong message’.
Thailand’s United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship – better known as the Red Shirts – is hoping that human rights groups in Britain will support the abuse claims it submitted last month to the International Criminal Court.
‘Human rights abuses‘: Red Shirt protesters were fired upon by government troops during clashes in Bangkok in May, and David Cameron has been asked not to holiday in Thailand so as not to support such action
The protest group said that during violent clashes with government troops earlier this year at least 90 demonstrations were killed and more than 100 injured after the government ordered the soldiers to end the protests one way or another.
‘Anyone who shows support for this current government is showing support for the way they brutalised the protesters,’ said a spokesman for the United Front.
‘David Cameron should not come here because as a government leader he will be showing the world that he agrees with what the Thai government did.’
Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn has already said that Mr Cameron should ‘think very carefully about the message he is sending,’ before he sets off with his family to a country that has seen protesters killed and badly injured in clashes with troops.
Luxury holiday: A beach on the Thai island of Phuket where the Camerons are set to go this Christmas
Downing Street has dismissed the speculation, but the denial has failed to dampen criticism of Mr Cameron who has decided on Thailand for a holiday at a time when the country’s leader is being accused of being behind the violent crackdown.
The Red Shirts complaint to the International Criminal Court alleges human rights abuses by Mr Vejjajiva’s government, including severe media restrictions, including closing down offending websites and causing ‘illegal deaths’ of protesters.
The Thai Prime Minister is being accused of ordering the military operation and being responsible, along with 14 other senior figures, for targeted assassinations, torture, illegal detention and inhumane acts by military forces.
Weeks of turmoil which saw Red Shirts protesting against Mr Vejjajiva’s government taking over the streets of Bangkok resulted in the army being moved in to set up a ‘live fire zone’.
In its report the United Front has documented the execution of a number of people by army snipers.
The International Criminal Court had eight weeks to examine the petition before deciding whether or not to bring charges – which is around the time that Mr Cameron would be starting his holiday in the sun.
There has been speculation in Thai newspapers that the British leader would be staying at one of two resorts in Phuket, whose luxury rooms cost at least £1,000 a night.
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