21 Jun 2022
Experts are warning that Thailand risks a serious outbreak of a highly contagious disease that could lead to widespread ignorance and mass hysteria. High-ranking officials and politicians appear to be among the most highly vulnerable groups.
20 Apr 2022
HG's take on an ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine and how the language can be miscommunicated so well.
22 Mar 2022
HG's take on neutrality, Thainess, and war in Ukraine.
26 Jan 2022
An enduring conversation between HG and an amnesty-get-out someone.
20 Jan 2022
After years of fighting off disaster, the economy of the nation was on its knees. The government had been forced to spend well beyond its means to wage the war. At the same time, economic activity had been devastated, seriously reducing government revenue. The country was on the edge of a financial abyss...
27 Aug 2021
HG's story over a scenario when an excessive use of plastic (bags?) becomes the National Police's agenda.
3 Aug 2021
Harrison George presents you a conversation of a journalist and policemen, regarding news reporting.
27 May 2021
If I might call this meeting to order, please. Thank you, thank you. Pardon? Yes, you may continue replicating during this meeting, but quietly, please. No cheering unless you turn into a particularly virulent mutation, OK? So I declare this meeting of Covid-19 International, Thailand Chapter, now open.
11 May 2021
Is there anything today which is important for general life and well-being and scarce and likely to remain so for the foreseeable future? If you can’t answer that question, you obviously don’t live anywhere close to what the newspapers coyly call ‘entertainment venues’ in the Thong Lo area.
3 Mar 2021
So before we have to appear at this UPR thing at the UN, … What’s UPR? Ah yes, being police you wouldn’t know. Universal Periodic Review. Every member of UN comes up every 4 years or so and gets questioned on their human rights record. We’re up soon so we want to be able to respond to the inevitable questions about crowd control. None of their business. Our internal affair. As true Thais we will not be lectured on … Yes, yes. But it’s part of being in the UN. We have to do it and embarrassing as it is, we have to be ready with some plausible answers.
14 Dec 2020
In a verdict whose twisted and bizarre reasoning surprised no one, the Convolutional Court yesterday ruled that the punishments meted out by schools against students who refused to wear school uniforms were permissible.
23 Nov 2020
Equal Justice Under Law (Phrase engraved over the entrance to the US Supreme Court. No Thai equivalent has been identified.) “It is necessary for the government and security agencies to intensify their actions by using all laws and all articles to take action against demonstrators who break the law and show no respect for the rights of other people.” Uncompromising statement by Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the land of compromise, 19 September 2020.