Human Rights: 5) After AI reform, Somyot gets prisoner of conscious status & still FCCT shuns Somyot

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist During the depth of Thailand’s usage of lese majeste, during the Abhisit government, Amnesty International decided on a policy of quote  “Engagement and working with the system.” That working with the system, took Amnesty International to the point of issuing statement that this and that victim of lese majeste, was quote: “Almost a prisoner of conscious.” The engagement policy…

Human Rights: 1) Somyot’s Lese Majeste Case: Freedom House condemns; EU criticize; Silence from Hillary

  By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist As America’s Freedom House condemns the Somyot case as quote: “Undermines Thailand‘s self-professed commitment to democracy,” and European Union also criticize the Somyot case, as, quote: “Seriously undermines the right to freedom of expression….Affects Thailand’s image as a free and democratic society,” there is nothing but silence from…

Diplomacy: UK’s Thai ambassador touts “Neutrality” after a Vietnam posting filled with political activisism

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist The UK, over the centuries, have lost most of its hard power, and now it is mostly, a small irrelevant island country. But through that long global leadership role, through the centuries, it has become a global “Moral and Cultural” leader, possessing cutting edge intelligence. But is that “Moral…

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…

Human Rights: Fresh after Thailand up-graded to “Semi-Free,” Economist Magazine banned for lese majeste risk

by Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist In Thailand, the news about the Thai Monarchy are controlled to be “Politically Correct” enforced by lese majeste. Propaganda is the name of the game, and that is why for many years, mostly under Abhisit‘s Democrat Party Freedom House, ranked Thailand as a “Not Free” country. Yet, fresh after…

Freedom: Analysis “Nitirat, Bangkok Post & Khao Sod pulled Thailand out of Freedom House’s “Not Free” List”

by Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist The USA freedom ranking unit, Freedom House, just up-graded Thailand from the “Not Free” category, to the “Semi Free” category. According to Freedom House, the changed in the ranking, was because “Space was more open for discussion.” However, while Thailand managed to enter the “Semi Free” category, it got…

Journalism: Is the close relationship between business and academics hurting Thailand’s journalism? (with University World)

By Pooky, Thai Intel’s economics journalist It started here in Thailand, some five years ago, with an education system that lost touch with what the business sector needed, resulting in calls for the colleges and universities in Thailand to produce graduates that the business sector, can actually use. And thus across Thailand, working groups, consisting…

Diplomacy: As carrier Abraham Lincoln in Thailand, Royalist blasted USA Embassy’s Facebook for Lincoln’s words

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Well, the USA aircraft carrier, Abrahan Lincoln, was docking in Thailand for a few days and so the USA Embassy in Bangkok, posted Abraham’s Lincoln’s famous words that those who are against freedom for others, do not deserve freedom themselves. Well, the Royalist Thais, got angry at those words,…

Journalism: Indonesia touts ASEAN’s best “Fourth Estate” as Thai media goes for mud-slinging

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist You know someone has some serious problems, when they are nothing but idiots with a huge ego. Consider the following report! Indonesia Coming On Strong: Jakarta Post just written, in an editorial, quote: “There are many achievements in recent history that makes today’s Indonesia taller than many of its…