Royalism: “Royalist Cyber Scout first training in one week


Blog Note: WikiLeaks just released a string of diplomatic cable from the US Embassy concerning the Thai King & Queen. All mainstream local media have censored the leaks-with only global news house and local Thai bloggers are reporting on them. Today the Thai Justice Ministry announced a “Cyber Scout” program to protect the Thai monarchy.
  • The US intelligence apparatus just de-classified its report on Thailand‘s royalist “Vigilante” cyber-gangs going after those who express their view freely on the internat-particularltly the Red Shirts see here.

Asian correspondent, meanwhile, reports that a number of Thais have sought and were granted political asylum in the UK-because they were threatened with “Death Threat” over their internet activity by these vigilante gangs. The UK admitted to accepting one such asylum seeker.

  • John Francis Lee made the following comment:
The Hitler Youth (German: Hitler-Jugend, abbreviated HJ) was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party. It existed from 1922 to 1945. The HJ was the second oldest paramilitary Nazi group, founded one year after its adult counterpart, the Sturmabteilung (the SA). Made up of the Hitlerjugend proper, for male youth ages 14–18; the younger boys’ section Deutsches Jungvolk for ages 10–14; and the girls’ section Bund Deutscher Mädel (BDM, the League of German Girls).
  • To explore Thailand’s drift towards Nazi style of state, see here.
The following is from Prachathai:
Fri, 17/12/2010 – 05:31

The Ministry of Justice is inviting people to join its ‘Cyber Scout’ training programme in order to build a network of volunteers to protect the monarchy in the online world.

According to the ministry’s website, training for the first two generations of cyber scouts will take place on 20 and 21 Dec at Kasetsart University, with a whole-day session for each generation.

Boworn Yasintorn, president of the Network of Volunteer Citizens to Protect the Monarchy on Facebook, will speak about the issue of the monarchy and Thai politics, and how to protect the monarchy.

Asst Prof Dr Nuanwan Sunthornphisat, lecturer on computer science at Kasetsart University, will discuss computer-related laws, ethics in computer use, and case studies of unethical use.

Asst Prof Patcharaporn Suwannakut from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University will talk about HM the King’s genius in various fields and important royal activities and projects.     

And Dr Pakaket Wattuya, lecturer on computer science at Kasetsart University, will lecture on the right way to use computers and the internet, provide tips on basic maintenance and solutions to computer problems, recommend interesting websites, explain computer crimes and introduce preliminary measures to prevent crime.

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