Thai Culture: 1) Sensitivity? A Royalism Award Event, to be held, on 3rd anniversary of death & dying for Democracy

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Exiled from Thailand for lese majeste accusations that has since been cleared by prosecutors, Chakraphop Penklah, questions why a major Thai artist award show, Nagaraj, had to be decided to be held next Sunday, when the Red Shirts will hold the 3rd year anniversary of the crack-down that killed…

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…

Justice: 1) Facebook & YouTube allow Royalist girl posting that she will kill Thais who does not love Royalism

By Tammy, Thai Intel‘s humanity journalist As insane as it sounds, a well-known Thai Royalist girl, who calls herself “โอมเพี้ยงรักในหลวง” have posted a video clip on Facebook and YouTube saying she will kill Thais that does not love the Royalism. Her sentiment, encapsulates the Abhisit’s government crack-down on protesters, a few years back, where the rationale…

Thai Style Democracy: 2) A “Coffin” for Thailand’s in love with the Yellow Shirts, Human Rights Commission

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Last week, the Thai human rights commission, gave out Thailand‘s human rights award. One of the recipient, is a Thai Buddhist Monk, who cause a great controversial in Thailand by saying, quote: “Killing time is more sinful than killing people.” That Buddhist Monk, is well-known in Thailand as a…

Democracy: On Thailand’s Constitutional Day, “Fact Sheet” on Thailand’s constitution situation

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Today is Thailand’s Constitutional Day. And today reminds me of a small round plaque, lost somewhere at a vast Royal Plaza, where soldiers some 80 years ago, took absolute powers from the Thai King-where the Thai King, later granted Thailand’s first constitution to the Thai people. Since then, Thailand…

Politics: Coup call gathering moved to near government installations & Thai Royalism code used to kick off coup move

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist The Fascist calling for coup, Seh Ai, has moved his gathering of supporters, from a horse racing track, to a Royal Plaza near both Parliament and Government House, raising fears that the protesters will occupy the installations. Over the years, protesters against governments close to Yingluck and Thaksin have…

Royalism: Privy council remains silent after well publicized question he behind Fascist coup call (Up-Dated)

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist In Thailand, there are basically three political analysis broad-sheet magazines. First, and most popular is Matichon, for the progressive intellect. Second is the failing badly, Nation, which is pro Abhisit. And third, is the moderately well read, pro establishment Siam Rath. On the front page of Siam Rath, in…