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    Universities instructed to ‘cooperate’ with junta’s orders, academics summoned by arm

    Universities instructed to ‘cooperate’ with junta’s orders, academics summoned by army.
    Mon, 26/05/2014

    Staff and lecturers in various universities in Chiang Mai, Mahasarakham, Ubon Ratchathani, and Phitsanulok provinces have been summoned by the Army following the military coup on May 22, and instructed to monitor and forbid any political activities creating “division” and “disrespect of law.”

    After sporadic protests in Chiang Mai since the enactment of martial law on May 20, the northern region Army commander summoned representatives from primary schools, high schools and universities in Chiang Mai to clarify issues about the control of peace and order. He said the Chiang Mai area has been on a “watch list” because some people may not understand the reasons for the military’s takeover.

    In the northeastern Mahasarakham University and Ubon Ratchathani University and in Naresuan University in northern Phitsanulok province, dozens of lecturers who have been vocal against the establishment have been summoned to the regional Internal Security Operations Commands to “tune in to understanding of the military’s rule.”

    Previously the rectors of Naresuan and Mahasarakham Universities issued announcements asking for cooperation from their staff, lecturers and students not to “write placards, leaflets, and text on social media that would harm the national security” as ordered by the junta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid
    The northern region Army commander summoned representatives from primary schools
    Wouldn't want the 5 year olds going on the rampage eh?

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    They might organize mass nose-picking and flicking.

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    The start of Prayuths brainwashing program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    They might organize mass nose-picking and flicking
    They are armed and dangerous.

    Army recover weapons cache from Primary school.

    The army has uncovered what it believes to be a "significant" amount of what appear to be wax bullets.


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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    They might organize mass nose-picking and flicking
    They are armed and dangerous.

    Army recover weapons cache from Primary school.

    The army has uncovered what it believes to be a "significant" amount of what appear to be wax bullets.

    Perhaps from the "Bloody Rainbows" movement.

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    Only the military junta is allowed to “disrespect of law.”
    Nev has style

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    So....
    What's the difference between the respected university's manner of protocol and their conducting their business - from last month to today???

    None.

    This story is rhetorical and rather moot.

    Things haven't changed because of the junta.
    Thai universities are quite well known for their suppressed [surface] manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin
    Thai universities are quite well known for their suppressed [surface] manner.
    ..and their cheating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin

    So.... What's the difference between the respected university's manner of protocol and their conducting their business - from last month to today???
    err A Coup ...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin

    So.... What's the difference between the respected university's manner of protocol and their conducting their business - from last month to today???
    err A Coup ...........
    You haven't miss the larger picture within your fuzzy and feel good fantasies, have you Mid?

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    ^^Links please
    will not put up wiv the "Nanny state" so don't push it on me.

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    what's the difference now between Burma and Thailand?

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    Thailand has faster internet.

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    ^, ^^ and Burma let the kids fight.

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    I wonder if they'll get rid of the anti-coup farangs. There are plenty and they are easier to kick out of the kingdom. If the fanatics of Suthep's groups get any say a lot could change in Thailand.

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    ...because some people may not understand the reasons for the military’s takeover.
    Um...I'm quite sure that everyone, regardless of their political affilitation, opinion of the events that have transpired or their ideological stance (or nationality), know precisely the reasons for the military's takeover.

    Just aren't the official ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    Thailand has faster internet.
    Barely.....

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    Thammasat has already bent over backwards on the co-operation issue. A seminar of all faculties from TU was planned to discuss "the Future of Thailand"

    Cancelled, now, of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    The army has uncovered what it believes to be a "significant" amount of what appear to be wax bullets.
    Suppositories?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    The army has uncovered what it believes to be a "significant" amount of what appear to be wax bullets.
    Suppositories?...
    Beats working it out with a pencil.

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