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…

Amnesty & Reconciliation: The Shinawatra Family caught between The Red Shirts and Abhisit?

The attorney general Monday decided to have former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and former deputy prime minister Suthep Thaugsuban charged in court for their role in the fatal crackdowns on red-shirt protesters in 2010. The two will be charged for causing others to commit murders with foreseeable results by having the Centre for the Resolution…

Yingluck Focus: 1) Caught between the elite & rice farmer, Yingluck compromises

By Ranger, Thai Intel political journalist After months upon months of Thailand’s mostly hate Yingluck and Thaksin news outfit “Softening up Yingluck” with all sort of highly “Fake News Based Highly Critical Reports “ for the kill, such as the imaginary US$ 8 billion loss on her rice scheme and censoring Moodys no credit rating down-grade, to the recent great amount of Thai rice have…

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…

Democracy: 3) Elite on major offensive, how safe is the elected government?

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist The Thai Elite Establishment is on a “Dual Track” with first, protecting the Thai military constitution, that serves Elite Establishment, and second, related to the first, is to attack, Yingluck‘s legitimacy to govern Thailand with an asset corruption case. Both, are being done by using the justice system, meaning the court…

Competitiveness: 1) Can Bangkok’s next Governor take Bangkok off the corruption buffet table?

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Corruption have long plagued Bangkok’s annual budget of about US$ 2 Billion.  About  1/6 of that US$2 Billion goes to investments and the rest is for normal operating expense. Corruption eats into both of these areas. An election is taking place, for the next Governor of Bangkok. The main candidates…

Journalism: Exposing Abhisit’s network into Thailand’s English language newspaper, Bangkok Post (Up-Dated)

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Just briefly, in a recent Forbes Magazine article, Thaksin said something interesting, that quote: “I am un-lucky, Thailand has two English language newspapers and both of them are against me.” There is no need to talk about the Nation, as its quality is low enough not to qualify it…

Politics: Abhisit’s MPs make ugly scene at Government House, steps away from a working Yingluck

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Most local press, except Bangkok Post and the Nation, are reporting that a group of Democrat Party MPs have went to the Government House without an appointment, and demanded to meet Yingluck to hand her an open letter. According to most local press reports, again except Bangkok Post and…