Thai Crisis: Thailand enters “Second Stage” of “Civil War”

Thai Intel reported earlier, that Thailand had entered the “First Stage” of a “Civil War” based on the elite establishment control independent units and the courts, taking several decisively anti-Yingluck position, as on the street, Fascist Suthep’s protesters clash with police. Since then, the independent units and courts have made more pro-elite establishment ruling, that…

History: Tracing Thailand’s current explosive political situation; now back to origin

Introduction: The Thai political mess has heated to the boiling point again, with Abhisit‘s Dems leading about 15,000 to 25,000 protesters at the Democracy Moniment, where years earlier, Abhisit’s dems went killing many protesters there. Abhisit’s Dems of course, serves the anti Democracy Thai elite establishment. The Abhisit’s Dems gathering at the Democracy Monument, in…

Thai Crisis: Thailand on the brink of civil war? Problem shifts to elite control Constitutional Court (Up-Date)

Deep division between the Red Shirts and Yingluck‘s Pheu Thai Party was put aside for now, as Sondhi of the Yellow Shirts, called on preparation to ask the Thai King, to grant Thailand a government. That Sondhi call, where Sondhi is considered the key strategist of the elite establishment, comes as the Thai Constitutional Court,…

The Future: 1) Yingluck’s bold goals to bring Democracy & Reconciliation to Thailand worth supporting

By Terence Chulavachana Many local and global press talks about how Yingluck, with little experience in politics, was able to swept the last general election, by a land-slide, saying she bought votes with populous policy. Other, with cutting-edge analytical skill, said however, Yingluck is a sharp and cunning political operative, with her three main campaign…

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…

Double Standard: A Typical Day at The Constitutional Court! Delay case on Abhisit & accepts cases against Yingluck

By Terence Chulavachana It was another typical day at the elite establishment serving, Thai Constitutional Court, with a case on Abhisit postponed and two cases on Yingluck accepted. The Thai Constitutional Court, by its own admission, is struggling to gain credibility with the Thai people, setting a road map, of getting about 60% acceptance by…