Totalitarian Dystopia: 4) Thai court drop “Murder Charges” against former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit & his deputy Suthep

Time Magazine reported that murder charges against former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his erstwhile deputy Suthep Thaugsuban were dropped Thursday. The charges related to a bloody crackdown on peaceful protesters in central Bangkok in 2010 that claimed more than 90 lives. Thailand’s Criminal Court ruled that it could not hear the case as…

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…

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…

Democracy: Reuters’ insight! “Is the Thai crisis about democracy vs dictatorship?” (Up-Dated)

The Thai crisis is difficult for many to understand. The Shinawatra Family for example, is worth US$ billions, very much the same as the core supporter of the Bangkok establishment, being they too are worth US$ billions. So many in Thailand and globally, says the Thai crisis, is about the rising news wealth against old…

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…

Liberty: Red Shirts change leader for battle against “In-Justice”

Thailand’s political risk is sky-rocketing! A few days ago, several local press reports Thailand’s army chief, Prayuth, saying he will not allow anyone to trample Thailand’s courts or independent units, and will protect justice in Thailand. Yesterday, Prem, Thailand’s privy council, told Prayuth that the Thai military is where the Thai people place their last…

Justice: Thailand’s government to present globe with “Judicial Coup” issue

Thailand’s care-taker government, says it will take the Bangkok establishment’s use of the courts and independent units, for  “Judicial Coup” against both, democracy, and the Yingluck government, and present the case, to the global community, foreign embassies in Thailand and the United Nations, to consider, as said Thailand’s foreign minister, quote: “So Thailand will not…

Thai Crisis: Iconic global risk consultancy, IHS, says anti corruption unit’s “Judical Coup” escalate crisis (Up-Dated)

(Up-Dated) There appear to be a campaign, by some un-known instigators, directing violence, such as firing rocket grenade and bombs, towards the courts and independent units. Some say it is pro-government instigators to threaten the courts and independent units, and other say it is anti government instigators, in a propaganda campaign to smear the government.…

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…