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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    So, where do we go from here?
    Rely on the authorities to sort it out. They will for sure. They will probably have their best men and women on the job.

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    From Pattaya One




    Fellow fugitive and big brother Thaksin Shinawatra is to blame for the recent escape of his younger sister Yingluck, says Army Commander-in-chief Gen Chalermchai Sitthisad on Tuesday August 29th.

    The army chief said he believed that Ms Yingluck had planned her escape in advance with her brother’s personal jet standing by.

    The escape plan was well prepared but just awaited for the right and appropriate time to go, he said.

    “For the time-being, there is still no clear evidence to confirm whether Khun Yingluck has fled the country and how.


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    Thaksin blamed for Yingluck's escape - PattayaOne
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    Damn troublemaking Shinawatra clan.


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    5 days for Yingluck, 5 years for Red Bull. Can you say hypocrisy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    5 days for Yingluck, 5 years for Red Bull. Can you say hypocrisy?
    Just one, as there are thousands of contradicting and hypocritical examples that could be used in the same historical volumes.

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    Quite commendable that they all managed to keep a straight face - well, nearly all. They were probably kept out of the loop by the army, so much face rescue required.

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    takkys post on twitter - his PhD credentials show

    and the photo looks like he has had a stroke

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    takkys post on twitter - his PhD credentials show

    and the photo looks like he has had a stroke
    He's always appeared that way. Perpetual stroke victim.


    Lots of pertinent updates, stimulating gossip, and clandestine conspiracy related among their Twitter/Facebook followings.

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    No sign of yingluck yet then, could be the junta have "disappeared" her, they have form

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    Prison would give our glorious leaders a trace of credibility within the intl community and others that are clueless on the way Thailand works. Offing her and saying she legged it would soon catch up and risks rapid escalation. Prayut didn't reach the top by being stupid.

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    Hide n Sneek they are still counting up to billion with eyes closed or bung upped

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Prison would give our glorious leaders a trace of credibility within the intl community and others that are clueless on the way Thailand works. Offing her and saying she legged it would soon catch up and risks rapid escalation. Prayut didn't reach the top by being stupid.
    Which one of these scenarios is clearly illegal and unethical?

    1] Popularly elected [Thaksin]

    2] Popularly elected [Yingluck]

    3] Empowered through a military/elitist coup with the traditional blessings [Prayut]
    Last edited by HuangLao; 31-08-2017 at 08:01 PM.

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    Thumbs up

    Yinglick ,

    I smell a Fraudian slap

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    I expect some whining and public statement on how this tweet is a non event from the Junta

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farang Ky Ay View Post
    I expect some whining and public statement on how this tweet is a non event from the Junta
    From the official decree of the Minister of Propaganda and Made up Shit -

    They are not a Junta.
    He is not a dictator.


    They are a temporary reconstructive government to bring freedom, well-being, and development for the good of the Thai people.

    He is a temporary sitting Prime Minister with the blessings that he deserves.


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    ^ "might"

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    Thaksin Shinawatra: The longest-serving democratically-elected Prime Minister of Thailand.


    Yingluck Shinawatra: The most beautiful democratically-elected Prime Minister of Thailand.

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    others that are clueless on the way Thailand works....Prayut didn't reach the top by being stupid.
    Ha ha!!! Sure. Promotion is entirely on merit. In Thailand, turds don't float, only cream does.

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    FM: Yingluck’s passport cannot yet be revoked


    The revocation of former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s passport cannot yet be done as the legal case against her has not yet been concluded, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Bussadee Santipitaks.

    The question of whether Ms Yingluck’s passport can be revoked was raised after she failed to show up for the ruling by the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions on the rice-pledging case against her. It has been widely speculated that she has fled abroad.

    Ms Bussadee, director-general of the ministry’s Information Department, said the legal case against her has not been concluded because she fled the country and the court has rescheduled Sept 27 for the reading of the judgement.

    Moreover, after the the court has delivered the ruling, Ms Yingluck can still lodge an appeal, she said.

    Ms Bussadee added that it is also still not clear which country Ms Yingluck has fled to and the minister has learned of it only from news reports.

    The spokeswoman said that according to the passport regulation of 2006, the Foreign Ministry can begin with the process of withdrawing a passport on being officially informed that the passport holder is a convict in a legal case, or have been temporarily released on bail, or is a defendant in a legal case wanted under an arrest warrant.

    The arrest warrant for Ms Yingluck is still being handled by officials concerned.

    The Foreign Ministry can begin with the process to revoke a passport only when all the criteria under the regulation have been met, she said.

    FM: Yingluck's passport cannot yet be revoked - Thai PBS English News

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    Quote Originally Posted by Passing Through View Post
    others that are clueless on the way Thailand works....Prayut didn't reach the top by being stupid.
    Ha ha!!! Sure. Promotion is entirely on merit. In Thailand, turds don't float, only cream does.
    It sure isn't earned in any real military action , unless you class couping your own governments and shooting your own citizens, as such.

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    Thailand’s former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra on Wednesday (Aug 30) made his first public comment since his sister Yingluck fled the country last week, breaking a long silence with a Twitter post that appeared to denounce the Thai justice system as tyrannical.



    Former Thai PM Thaksin breaks silence on sister Yingluck, denounces judicial tyranny, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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    Tyrannical - how dare he!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Tyrannical - how dare he!
    These items won't be appearing, as such, in the history texts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    tyrannical
    Now there's a big word.

    I expect his English has improved since he moved abroad!

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