Politics & Drama: 2) A hatred so strong, it turns Thailand’s Democrat Party into Incarnated Evil

  • By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist

Drama

A hatred so strong, it turns one into a hypocrit

You have to admit one thing, Thai politics is colorful-Sperm, Whores, Horny, Bitch and all-used in Thai politics.

The name calling is truly amazing and if this was a more civilized country, voters would have been angry at their politicians.

But it all started with the Democrat Party, insinuating that Yingluck went to the Four Seasons Hotel to take in “Sperm Fluid” from her secret lover.

That pissed off the Pheu Thai Party so much, the latest is that a few MPs there says a Democrat Party women MP’s piss is “potent stink.”

In the Thai culture, saying that is the polite way of saying a women is a “Super Horney Bitch.”

Perhaps exhibiting the well-known hypocrisy of the Democrat Party, the party is now angered by that calling of one of their MPs “Super Horny Bitch,” like totally forgetting it just insinuated Yingluck took in sperm fluid.

The sad fact of it all, is that Yingluck is Thailand‘s first women prime minister, in history-and should be respected for that, but then the Democrat Party is long known for “Character Assassinations.”

Yet an eye for an eye is never the civilized solution. So now the Pheu Thai Party, of a women prime minister, just went to call another women “Super Horny Bitch.”

Like where is the respect, from everyone, to the womanhood.

Double the sad fact that seems like the politicians does not care about womanhood-but a group of about 200 academics, mostly anti-Thaksin and anti-Yingluck, came out to say Yingluck should stop hiding behind her womanhood.

They off course said nothing about Abhisit’s Democrat Party attack on Yingluck.

That comment, from the academics, comes against a global backdroup of trying to empower women, who according to the statistics-is responsible for taking care of much of the world-but sees little appreciation.

It is quite sad, really, that Thai politics can eat away the good things about Thai people. The Thai culture, traditionally, is really, a very beautiful culture that is based a great deal on respect and proper conduct.

  • The following is from the Bangkok Post:

MP Rangsima to sue key red

Bangkok Post: news

    Published: 24/02/2012 at 07:39 PM

    Online news:

 Democrat MP Rangsima Rodrassamee will file a defamation lawsuit against a prominent red-shirt member, seeking punitive damages of between 10 and 100 million baht.

Wirat Kalyasiri, a Songkhla Democrat MP on the party’s legal team, said on Friday that lawyers were preparing to file the suit on behalf of Ms Rangsima against Pornsak Srilamoon, a key member of the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD).

The Democrats say Mr Pornsak defamed Ms Rangsima in a speech at a UDD-sponsored event to open 1,000 red-shirt villages in Udon Thani last Sunday.

Mr Pornsak is alleged to have cursed Ms Rangsima as being a wicked, depraved and foul woman and to have commented on her personal life. He was also alleged to have insulted the MP’s mother, according to Mr Wirat.

Mr Pornsak’s speech was broadcast on a red-shirt cable TV channel.

Ms Rangsima, who represents Samut Songkhram, also said she was threatened and bullied by anonymous individuals after last Thursday’s House meeting, where she had sought an explanation from Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra about her meeting with a group of businessmen on Feb 8 at the Four Seasons Hotel.

She said filing the interpellation in the House was part of her duty as an MP, and she had no intention to defame the premier.

Ms Rangsima said she was sworn at and threatened with physical assault on her Facebook page, and had also received many letters attached with “bad things”.

“There were accusations with harsh swear words thrown at my mother,” she said. “If [Mr Pornsak] reproaches me I will not get angry because being a politician, one must be willing to be examined. But implicating my mother in this has nothing to do with politics and it’s unacceptable.”

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