Democracy: Thaksin latest words; “Negotiation OK, Forget Democracy Not OK”

Former Thai prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra latest words, reports Bangkok Post last week, wants the political conflict to be resolved at the negotiating table. Bangkok Post quoted the words of Thaksin’s legal adviser Noppadon Pattama a few days ago. Bangkok Post reports Mr Noppadon, who confirmed Thaksin visited neighbouring Myanmar last week, said Thaksin expressed…

Justice: Political risk consultancy, IHS, points to a “Judicial Coup” to outs Yingluck

Tony Nash, managing director of IHS Consulting in Asia, was quoted by Bloomberg TV and Alicia Quah, a CNBC journalist, of Abhisit setting up of a “Judicial Coup” to ousts Yingluck’s Pheu Thai government and the “Judicial Coup” would increase risks of violence IHS is a global information company with world-class experts in the pivotal…

Democracy: Large “No Vote” in the general election signal Thais rejection of fascist Suthep

The elite control election unit, EC, is not announcing the results of today’s general election, citing other election to make up for the about 10% success of Fascist Suthep’s blocking votes, must take place first. However, at the polling stations there were the normal voting counting, and several Thai press reports that “No Vote” has…

Competitiveness: Can Yingluck rescue a tanking Thai Venture Capital industry with “Seed Money Fund?”

By Pooky, Thai Intel’s economics journalist Yingluck’s government has established a “Seed Money Fund” to spur entrepreneurs. Olarn Chaipravat, who chairs the Seed Money Fund’s board, said 5,000 to 10,000 loans should be approved next year. “Several business aspirants have already expressed an interest. They intend to venture into software, robot, agriculture and food industries,” he…

Justice: Abhisit “Snake Out” of latest “Tightly Wrapped” legal cases

by Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Thailand‘s former prime minister, Abhisit, is showing his top “Snake Like” form, in escaping the “Tightly Wrapped” cases bought against him. The first case is about his escaping mandatory military service, where Abhisit told Channel 3 that, quote: “If the documents are fake, it is the people who issued…

Yingluck Focus: Thaksin’s chief adviser now Yingluck’s chief adviser but next?

By Pooky and Ranger, Thai Intel’s economics and political journalist A few weeks ago, Yingluck appointed Pansak Vintarat, to chair her advising committee. The appointment, comes as Yingluck was on the verge of loosing power, in the Constitutional Court mess. “Pheu Thai Party has one thing going for it, and that is Yingluck’s dedication to…

Human Rights: The story about Abhisit & lese majeste, that the Bangkok Post “Covers-Up”

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist As a former Bangkok Post journalist, I can not make this statement strong enough, but since Bangkok Post quoted Abhisit’s words, warning that the Red Shirts not to exploit Uncle SMS death for political gains, with the headline that: “Red Shirts Warned Not to Exploit Uncle SMS Death,” as…

Competiveness: CSM & VOA gives Yingluck flood plans thumbs-up, yet her crisis communication thumbs-down

By Tammy and Pooky, Thai Intel’s humanity and economics journalist As many former journalist does, after their journalism career is over, they go to work for public relations firms-the same with me. That switch is difficult for many quality journalist, because it is like going from “critical thinking” to “ass kissing.” So that occur with…

Economics: Will loose Thai political talk on “Peak Everything” sees everything peak in Thailand?

by Pooky, Thai Intel’s economics journalist “Peak Everything” is an economic concept that every natural resources, from energy, minerals to even fresh water and food-is running out. And the consequence, of “Peak Everything” is a high price with scarcity, leading to inflation-that zaps growth. Off course, here in Amazing Thailand, there is another economic theory,…