Thai Crisis: What if Prayuth’s “Plan A” fails? What is “Plan B, Plan C & Other”

Thailand’s army chief, Prayuth, reports several press, has given a meeting of all sides in the Thai political divide “Homework.” The homework is to decide on a solution for Thailand, centering on: “elections, reform and a neutral Prime Minister.” But there is a “Catch” in that Prayuth’s homework, to many, is just a “Re-Hash” of…

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…

Economics: Hit with “Judicial Coup” double whammy, Thailand skid towards a recession (Up-Date 2)

Perhaps “Spinning A Presentable Face” Thailand’s Central Bank governor, Prasarn, told the Bangkok Post yesterday, quote: “The Thai economy can withstand the prolonged domestic political uncertainties in the short run thanks to the country’s strong fundamentals.” That political crisis, says Gwynne Dyer, a syndicated columnist in some 50 countries, on May 08, 2014, is about,…

Yingluck Focus: Yingluck’s incredibly brave move to go & look at her executioner in the face (Up-Dated)

Yingluck made an incredible brave move, going to the anti corruption unit, to defend herself, against corruption charges, most say is politically motivated, that most global press, for months, have been saying, the charges are not legitimate. (Up-Dated) Apart from going to the anti-corruption unit, Yinglucvk have also gone to the Constitutional Court to defend…

Justice: Yingluck putting up a good fight against anti corruption unit charges, but will it work?

There is political danger ahead, as Bangkok Post says the anti corruption units is to wrap up investigations, on its charge of corruption against Yinglucks, in about 10 days after this coming Monday. Meanwhile, Fascist Suthep’s supporters, went to the anti corruption HQ, where the Red Shirts were protesting the anti corruption unit. A confrontation…

National Security: How involved is Thai Army chief, Prayuth, in arming Fascist Suthep’s movement ?

Thailand’s most popular and respected weekly magazine, Matichon Weekly, cover for this week, is a picture of Thai army chief Prayuth, imposed on a back-ground of split in the middle Red Color and Yellow Color, where of course, in Thailand, Red means democracy, liberty and justice and Yellow means traditional elite. On the cover of…

Democracy: Chuvit says “Today, Thailand’s Democracy Died” (Up-Dated 2)

Today, Thailand’s Constitutional Court threw-out the February 2nd election. There is a great deal of comments on the court’s action, but perhaps the best is from Chuvit, a former opposition MP, local politician known to speak bluntly and from the heart, and Chuvit said, quote: “Today, Thailand’s Democracy Died.” Meanwhile Robert Amsterdam, an well known…

Labor: Brave labor union leader, a women, challenge Thai army chief, Prayuth, to explain his hypocrisy (Up-Dated 5)

Several local news, reports former labor union leader of Triumph company, an apparel firm, a women, Jittra Kachadej, have went on social media, asking why has Thai army chief Prayuth, remain silent on news that Fascist Suthep is training about 2,000 guards, when Prayuth often warns the Red Shirts movement against violent. Several pictures on…