Journalism: 2) With Thai Cambodia relations boiling, Thai press needs “Fact Check Service”

by Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist During the height of the Thai Cambodia relationship difficulties a few years back, I opened up the newspaper one morning, and found that every Thai newspaper had reported that Cambodia artillery opened fired on Thai territory, the night before, damaging schools and houses. The report said Thailand’s army fired its artillery…

Journalism: 1) Symbolic protest for freedom of expression at Thailand’s National Book Week

By Pooky, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist At Thailand’s National Book Week, a group of protesters, protested for freedom of expression in Thailand, where days earlier, a Thai princess opened the convention. The protesters, about 10 to 15 of them, were wearing Somyot mask. Somyot is a magazine editor, in jail for offending the Thai Monarchy, or…

Freedom: Soap Drama or no Soap Drama, Thai Telecom Regulator “Creeps In” with Media Control

Thailand‘s telecom and media regulation unit is using the current controversial issue surrounding the termination of a TV Channel 3 soap, to get more involve in how Thai media function. Local Thai press reports the Thai telecom regulator is to ask Thai TV Channel 3 to explain why a controversial soap program was terminated, before…

Journalism: Fascist link, Thai Telecom Regulator, warns cable TV on carrying Red Shirts news

Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Just very briefly, the Fascist link, Thai telecom regulator, have issued a statement, warning Thailand‘s community cable TV stations, on carrying Red Shirts TV station news. Thailand’s Fascist Seh Ai, who earlier staged a gathering for the stated purpose of destabilizing the Yingluck government, so that the military can stage a coup,…

Journalism: Question to Time Magazine: “Thaksin Divisive? or Cathay Pacific Flight Attendant Nut Case?”

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Just very briefly, Time Magazine, has reported on the Cathay Pacific Airline flight attendant situation, and said on the first paragraph, quote: “Thaksin is the most divisive figure in Thailand’s history.” Time Magazine, has a very long track record of being anti Red Shirts and Thaksin, going back to the days of…

Journalism: Exposing Abhisit’s network into Thailand’s English language newspaper, Bangkok Post (Up-Dated)

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Just briefly, in a recent Forbes Magazine article, Thaksin said something interesting, that quote: “I am un-lucky, Thailand has two English language newspapers and both of them are against me.” There is no need to talk about the Nation, as its quality is low enough not to qualify it…

Journalism: Several of Thailand’s Fascist media publish English language reports to fool global readers

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Just very briefly, there are many Fascist Thai news organizations, that publish mostly in the Thai language-and mostly, cater the Thai fascist readers. Being Fascist news outlet, they are mostly extremist, that carries little journalism standard and ethics, but publish, mostly for propaganda effect. But increasingly, many of these…

Human Rights: Thailand’s far right wing research unit, TDRI, touts regulating new media content

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Well, Freedom House, just rated Thailand‘s internet as “Not Free” and Thailand, overall ranking by Freedom House, flip-flops between being a “Semi Free” country, to “Not Free” country. Well, the following is a Bangkok Post report, that a Thai research house, known to be far right-wing, part of the…