Thai Style Democracy: 1) Constitutional Court head on Thailand’s “Dictatorship of the Majority”

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Here in Thailand, the Thai establishment believes in the so-called “Bangkok Liberal” philosophy, that says, “Good People” who does not necessary need to be elected, should “Govern Thailand” because the politicians are “Bad People.” And to support that Bangkok Liberal Philosophy, “Democracy” is reduced to the so-called “Dictatorship of…

Democracy: Thailand’s Constitutional Court says Seh Ai actions to instigate coup for junta government: “Constitutional”

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Just very briefly, however, several Thais have petitioned Thailand‘s Constitutional Court to prohibit a Fascist general, Seh Ai, from staging a protest, as that protest staging being  “Un-Constitutional.” The Fascist General, Seh Ai, have went on National TV, saying that his protest, is to call for a “Military Coup”…

Yingluck Focus: Yingluck turn to Council of State on Constitutional Court mess

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist “The Pheu Thai Party is celebrating victory with a big question mark,” says the head-line of Khao Sod, a local press for the grassroots, today. But the biggest party is at the Stock Market, where seconds after the Constitutional Court verdict was read, the Thai stock market zoomed up.…

Competitiveness: Yingluck’s plans to improve public access to state information may bring “Information Society”

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist As most people knows, the modern age moves on information-and that is where the expression “Information Society” comes from. Here n Thailand, the public is so ill-informed, of public domain information, the Thai society suffers from a “Knowledge Based Deficit.” But it was not always that way in Thailand.…

ASEAN Defense: Prem’s “Dream Comes True” as he can “Die in Peace” now with more Thai tanks

By Stingray, Thai Intel’s national security journalist It does not pay to go against Prem. In fact, if you do not respect Prem, it can be deadly. That is why when Prem goes anywhere, Thais will generally crouch on the floor below his feet, put their hands together and “Wai” Prem. Such a beautiful display…