Democracy: UK’s best news group, The Economist, introduces Thailand’s “Non Coup”

There has been a great deal of talk globally, if Thai army chief, Prayuth, invoking Martial Law, just staged a “Coup.” In Thailand, as most press expert know, about 90% of Thai press works for the Bangkok Elite Establishment and their proxies. So there is virtually no discussion or narrative on the issue, inside Thailand.…

Red Shirts: Real Tragedy of the May 2010 Bangkok Massacre? Thailand died a little everyday, since

As a “Democratic Activist” I became an ally of the Shinawatra Family and its political machine and also the Red Shirts, a mostly anti-dictatorship and pro-democracy force in Thailand. Un-like most Thai political observer, who brush-off the Red Shirts movement, as a puppet of the Shinawatra Family and as being a part of the Shinawatra…

Humanity: Holy Press Conference, Holy Cones, Holy Neutral PM & Holy Coup (Up-Date 2)

  Suthep’s PDRC Movement, called “Like Mussolini Black Shirts” by Cato at Liberty, has taken control of Thailand’s Government House Complex to give press conference and been violently and vicioulsly attacking anyone who moved “Traffic Cones” the movement has set up. With those activities, and no one seemingly know how Thailand can move forward, has…

Thai Crisis: Cato on Thailand’s cancerous Mussolini like movement & reverse revolution (Up-Date 2)

  In a recent article by Doug Bandow (appeared in Forbes on February 3, 2014) the article on Suthep’s PDRC, headed, quote: “Yellow Shirt Protestors Act Like Mussolini’s Black Shirts.” Suthep relied on, says Dough, quote: “Storm Trooper Tactics.” Suthep’s mobs seized public buildings, took over government ministries, blocked Bangkok streets, discussed occupying the stock…

Democracy: Yingluck out! Wall Street Journal & New York Times cites “Judicial Coup” caused

A few weeks ago the World Bank talked about a global learning crisis, and a few days ago the Nobel prize economist Sticklitz talked very much about the same. But for some country, like Thailand, little learning takes place. It had been about 80 years since absolute monarchy was abolish, but Thailand, seem to be…

Democracy: Reuters’ insight! “Is the Thai crisis about democracy vs dictatorship?” (Up-Dated)

The Thai crisis is difficult for many to understand. The Shinawatra Family for example, is worth US$ billions, very much the same as the core supporter of the Bangkok establishment, being they too are worth US$ billions. So many in Thailand and globally, says the Thai crisis, is about the rising news wealth against old…