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    Yan Marchal, Thai political tiktok star Deported back to France

    Yan Marchal, Thai political tiktok star Deported back to France despite having a family, business, lived in Thailand for almost 20 years and has never been prosecuted.

    On November 27, it was reported that Yan Marchal had revealed to the Thai press that he was detained by immigration after flying back to Thailand to Phuket. Prepare to drive back to Paris France, by Yan Marchal, has called Prawit Rojanaphruek, Senior Press, Khaosod English at 7:00 a.m. today, saying that officials Immigration does not allow entry After checking the data in the computer system Ready to say that it is a threat to security And want to buy a ticket back to Paris is expected to be due to dissemination of information. on social media about political issues and has also sent an order notifying him of being a person prohibited from entering the Kingdom of Thailand because the behavior is a threat to the security


    Prawit added that recently Yan Marchal was forced to board a plane from Phuket to Suvarnabhumi. also confirmed that the appeal will be filed. The law allows 48 hours since receiving the notice. Yan Marchal stated that he had been in Thailand for more than 20 years, not just returning from France. But he returned to his hometown to travel only. Because his home is in Thailand, has a family, has a career, has two children born to a Thai wife. There’s a company here, and most importantly, they’ve never been informed of the lawsuit. never been prosecuted therefore requesting an appeal against the said order But the concern is that the French embassy still cannot be contacted. because it is a closed day may have been pushed back to France first.


    For Yan Marchal, the Frenchman lives in Thailand. Known online for writing parodies of National Council for Peace and Order songs, in 2019 Yan Marchal made a video parodying We Will Promise. Content parodying the NCPO, criticizing its efforts to stay in power for a long time Until it has been shared on social media with millions of views overnight. The 34-second video, which depicts him singing a song, has an episode titled: “We will break the promise. long time please and the dictatorship system will last forever…” Before a police officer came to meet him at the residence. and request that the video be removed from the online world Ready to sign that he will not criticize the NCPO again.


    The reporter reported that Yan Marchal has lived in Thailand for more than 18 years and has a child with a Thai ex-wife. Occupation as a game developer Often expresses political opinions on Facebook And has been shared a lot. Recently, he made a political clip in Tik Tok. until having almost 6 hundred thousand followers


    urgent! Yan Marchal, Thai political tiktok star Deported back to France - Newsdir3

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    20 years not long enough for a dumb frog to learn this is not a Gallic democracy. He should be grateful locals get 15 years hard.

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    I believe he's appealed.

    Perhaps they are just trying to put the frighteners on him.

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    He could've just kept his comfortable life in Thailand and not spoken out. I admire him for making a stand in a country he has made his home, little or much.
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    Good!

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    What a dumbarse. Rule number one for staying pretty much anywhere in Asia is keep your mouth shut in public. Rule number 2 is rule number 1 usually applies in private as well.

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    if he was a thai as he thinks he is , he would have kept his mouth shut and practised his smarmy smile and wai

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    if nobody protests in case it interferes with their comfortable lives, then then nothing changes.

    it is not hard to ignore the fact that teak door is stuffed full of self opinionated sneering hypocrites who can barely contain their own pompous virtuosity who are very quick to speak out against all the perceived inequalities and injustices in the western countries they have left , yet sit back in silence when confronted with the ugly truths, brutality, cover ups and corruption carried out by the cowardly administration of the country they have chosen to invest and live in.


    "First they came …" is the poetic form of a 1946 post-war confessional prose by the German Lutheran pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984). It is about the cowardice of German intellectuals and certain clergy—including, by his own admission, Niemöller himself—following the Nazis' rise to power and subsequent incremental purging of their chosen targets, group after group. Many variations and adaptations in the spirit of the original have been published in the English language. It deals with themes of persecution, guilt, repentance, and personal responsibility.

    First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a socialist.

    Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a trade unionist.

    Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Jew.

    Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

    so far on this thread david44, nidhogg, bonecollector and baldrick have nailed their colours to the mast.

    who's next?
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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    if nobody protests out in case it interferes with their comfortable lives, then then nothing changes.

    it is not hard to ignore the fact that teak door is stuffed full of self opinionated sneering hypocrites who can barely contain their own pompous virtuosity who are very quick to speak out against all the perceived inequalities and injustices in the western countries they have left , yet sit back in silence when confronted with the ugly truths, brutality, cover ups and corruption carried out by the cowardly administration of the country they have chosen to invest and live in.
    What do you think you will change by constantly bitching and moaning to/at people on TD, taxi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    baldrick have nailed their colours to the mast.
    anonymity is the last refuge of the generation who actually understands 'tinternet

    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    who's next?
    off you go , use the brief fame to wallow in the admiration of the oppressed - or maybe fcuking not as they scroll to their next cat vid

    the only way to achieve any change is to manipulate the incentive and let the work be done via their own care factor

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    So he's implied that if he doesn't leave they will charge him with Lese Majeste.

    Best fuck off home then, froggy. Don't think you'll be coming back any time soon either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    if nobody protests out in case it interferes with their comfortable lives, then then nothing changes.

    it is not hard to ignore the fact that teak door is stuffed full of self opinionated sneering hypocrites who can barely contain their own pompous virtuosity who are very quick to speak out against all the perceived inequalities and injustices in the western countries they have left , yet sit back in silence when confronted with the ugly truths, brutality, cover ups and corruption carried out by the cowardly administration of the country they have chosen to invest and live in.








    so far on this thread david44, nidhogg, bonecollector and baldrick have nailed their colours to the mast.

    who's next?
    Yeah, let's compare farang tourists and residents with WWII citizens of Germany.

    You really are a silly c u n t sometimes.

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    Yeah - because we really give a fuck what some senile retiree in Slough thinks.

    Do fuck off "taxexile". Or is it "whimpering home with your tail between your legs" now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    senile retiree in Slough thinks.
    Trying hard to think what proactive and non-self opinionated, sneering, hypocritical steps taxi took to combat social inequalities in Thailand while he was here.

    Surely there must've been some right. It can't just leaving the country to rail at others on a minor Thai-centric forum.

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    oh dear, there seems to be a mass outbreak of vexatious triggered indignation and sanctimonious pique amongst the cabal of snivelling hypocrites as they don blinkers and close ranks, blaming a frenchman, deprived of his business and separated from his family and deported after 20 years for criticising a system rather than the intolerant oafs that run the system for their own benefit.

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    Trying hard to think what proactive and non-self opinionated, sneering, hypocritical steps taxi took to combat social inequalities in Thailand while he was here.

    Surely there must've been some right. It can't just leaving the country to rail at others on a minor Thai-centric forum.
    ...

    So nothing then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    ...

    So nothing then.
    wrapping yourself up, as usual, in a security blanket of the ad hominem and tu quoque you resort to when you have nothing else.

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    I mean ranting on a forum from the UK at others with no power to affect change here that they haven't done enough when you yourself have done *Checks Notes* nothing is a pretty difficult argument to make.

    Kudos for attempting it though I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    there seems to be a mass outbreak of vexatious triggered indignation and sanctimonious pique amongst the cabal of snivelling hypocrites as they don blinkers and close ranks, blaming a frenchman,
    ah - that explains it

    you are fcuking french

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    oh dear, there seems to be a mass outbreak of vexatious triggered indignation and sanctimonious pique amongst the cabal of snivelling hypocrites as they don blinkers and close ranks, blaming a frenchman, deprived of his business and separated from his family and deported after 20 years for criticising a system rather than the intolerant oafs that run the system for their own benefit.

    As we approach the end of the year, no-one else is really in the running for Forum Drama Queen of the Year, are they?


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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    this thread david44, nidhogg, bonecollector and baldrick have nailed their colours to the mast.
    As guests with no votes and no rights the only certain outcome I would have exposing/protesting publicaly opposing an unelected regime is to be deported leaving a family without a breadwinner.
    If you have lived here you recall Da Torpedo, The Swiss expat who deface the C Mai mage etc,

    AS A GUEST
    "DON'T TWEAK THE BEAK"
    , WITH A CERTAIN SANCTION, IF YOU CAN'T DO THE TIME DON'T DO THE TIME

    We are not morons we know what is happening here but are impotent, if the mass supported Red Shirts regimes that have won every real election this century can do nothing what effect do you think a single or indeed every farang and ambassador united would have? IMHO zilch.
    If you wish to be the incomer who starts the red revolution a trained seal or sealed train can be crowdturded.
    My family had no vote in N Ireland and now here same same , violence corruption is universal its just more obvious and shameless here.

    Perhaps our French SJW can look at some of the awful abuses happening in his so called democratic country.

    The safety of Jews is so poor that some have already left for poorer more precarious West Bank settlements. As for UK once it has sorted out its own racism and environmental disasters and colonial legacy I will take lectures from the English , The Jocks Welsh and even Orangemen ghave seen the cracks since Brexit and t looks uglier daily.

    I am not a Francophobe have home there a French ancestor and Francophone mother went to French schools and worked for teh state for a while before returning to the most regualted capitalism imagineable

    Everything you need to know about human rights in France 2020 - Amnesty International Amnesty International

    Azeem Rafiq: Yorkshire cricket racism scandal - how we got here - BBC Sport

    So while I support your right to express criticism I refute your allegations and seek to meet the alligators .In my dealings with Ant and Oggy I have found them to be reasonable, witty , intelligent and tolerant, I'd go so far as to say Baldrick is my funniest go to poster .

    I think in one sense it is by protest progress s made, but surely that is for the Thai people to decide their future for expats to lead or interfere would be counter productive even if legal.

    Irelanad has had a gay Indian, whether you can be President of Slyam for the Soiled Cowboy constituency is moot.I think I'd prefer LT Norts or Snakey where you get what it says on the.
    Anyway off for my Sunday roast and bottle of Rioja in prep for Chelski thrashing Ole's leftovers

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    The Bangkok post forum members seem to have more backbone, than some here and I'm sure the BKK Post has IP's

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    if he was a thai as he thinks he is , he would have kept his mouth shut and practised his smarmy smile and wai
    Not all Thais keep their mouths shuts you not seen the numbers in jail now, and the growing frustrations, within Thailand.

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