Vendor arrested for selling slippers with PM’s picture

A woman was arrested at a red-shirt activity in Ayutthaya for selling slippers with Abhisit’s face on them.

On 3 Oct, at about 5 pm, police arrested Amornwan Charoenkij, 42, for an offence under Section 9(3) of the Emergency Decree which prohibits ‘press releases and distribution or dissemination of letters, publications or any means of communication containing texts which may instigate fear amongst the people or is intended to distort information which leads to a misunderstanding of the emergency situation to the extent of affecting the security of the state or public order or the good morals of the people either in the area or locality where an emergency situation has been declared or the entire Kingdom.’

At about 11 pm, Surachet Chaikosol, a Phue Thai MP for the province, bailed her out using his political position as a guarantee.

Amornwan said that at first she intended not to request bail, because she was very angry with the charge.  She had sold the slippers at red-shirt gatherings at Ratchaprasong, Imperial shopping mall [red-shirt headquarters in Lad Phrao, Bangkok] and in Chiang Mai, apart from selling rice with omelets.

‘I was ready to stay in jail, but the MP came and told me that I’d better get bailed and go home, and then come back to fight in court.  I wanted to be jailed.  What a damn life!  I don’t want to stay [in the world] outside [prison] any more!  It’s not livable.  It’s hard to make ends meet.  What’s so wrong with just selling slippers?  I have to live with it.  If you’re a red shirt, anything you do will be wrong,’ she said, adding that she had joined rallies since 3-4 years ago at Sanam Luang because she could not tolerate what is wrong, despite the fact that she was born in Trang and always voted for the Democrat Party.

She expected that the remaining 40 pairs of slippers, out of 60 she had brought to sell, would be confiscated by the police.  The slippers were printed with a message, ‘People died at Ratchaprasong,’ and photos of Abhisit and Suthep Thaugsuban.

‘When asked by the police, I answered frankly that people did die there.  What else could I say?  I had no problems selling these elsewhere.  This is too much.  These are not weapons.’

She said that, in fact, local policemen had bought several pairs from her, and they probably showed them to others, resulting in her arrest.

After her release on bail, she planned to spend the night at Ayutthaya train station and catch the next train back to Bangkok in the morning, along with a group of friends who had stayed with her.

Sombat Boon-ngam-anong, a red-shirt activist, said that the arrest was not right, and was peculiar as Ayutthaya was not under the Emergency Decree.  The slippers were merchandise for a political campaign.  Any defamation charge should be lodged by the injured person himself.      

Source: 

http://www.prachatai3.info/journal/2010/10/31341

Its getting worse... We're at

Its getting worse...

We're at the farcical level now, and the collapse of Thailand into a failed state is closer than ever before. Thank you Messrs Abhisit, Suthep, Anupong and Pem, and of course the willing participants in the big house on the hill.

Proof, if any were needed, of the fundamental immaturity and low intelligence level of the Thai.

This is the house that Jack built for everyone else to live in.

Proof, if any were needed, of

Proof, if any were needed, of the fundamental immaturity and low intelligence level of the Thai.

Proof, if any were needed, of the bigoted views of one person. I see no evidence that any other collection of people defined by the political entity to which they belong is in any way more mature or of higher intelligence than any other. This is basically a racist rant - and its remarkable how many such show up, using as excuse the latest outrage perpetrated by the perhaps immature but unquestionably very 'intelligent' crème de la crème of Thailand - slamming the Thai people, the victims of such outrageous behavior.

If you'd like to say that this offers proof, if any were needed, of the fundamental contempt the Thai 'elite' consistently show for the Thai people I'm certainly willing to agree.

Although the arbitrary application of Thaksin's Emergency Decree in a province in which it is no longer operative displays the routine contempt of law that characterizes the Bangkok 'elite' the apotheosis of Abhisit, pukka sahib as the PPT call him, to the same level of divinity as HM the King seems to be (just a bit!) insulting to the monarchy, does it not?

Haven't they 'tripped on their dicks', as we say in America, land of the unintelligent, immature, and murderously disengaged?

I can only expect to read that a cry of "Off with their heads!" has resulted in the decapitation of the police and 'administrative officials' responsible, as consistency is a hallmark of small minds.

Ah... I see the problem now.

Ah... I see the problem now. Unable to do a damn thing about the thousands and thousands of people who took the train to Ayutthaya to wai The Regime using just their single, middle fingers in salute, the all-powerful guardians of wealth and privilege discovered someone, Amornwan, much smaller and less powerful than themselves to persecute and then bravely piled on, as is their wont. As in the cases of Chiranuch, wholly blameless, and Darunee before her.

PPT has a link to an article published by the UN's Integrated Regional Information Networks, remarks and more footage from thaienews :



Somehow I missed the lavish coverage of this signal event that surely appeared in ALL the Bangkok papers, right? I mean you all saw it, right? It's just me, right?

That's it, you got it.

That's it, you got it.

@JFL: "Proof, if any were

@JFL:

"Proof, if any were needed, of the bigoted views of one person."

Well, no. As you surely know but have decided (doubtless for reasons of political correctness) not to acknowledge, the average IQ of Thais is approximately 14 percentage points less that the global mean. This means that Thais have a low IQ, or, if you wish (and paraphrasing a former Britiah ambassador to Thailand; "Thais are relatively unintelligent."

Now, so far from my original post being a 'racist rant', (by which statement you wish to cast unreasonable and unreasoning aspersions by the use of loaded language), the content of my post is both accurate and reasonable. Or perhaps you consider the actions of the policemen referred to as the epitome of reason and reasonableness? I didn't think so.

So off your high horse with you JFL, your response to my post demonstrated only an irrational and selective political correctness. It also demonstrated the triumph of emotional state over rational thought which appears to characterise most Thais.

You deserved a spank JFL, and now you've had one. Learn and move on. Go and sin no more.

As you surely know but have

As you surely know but have decided not to acknowledge - not knowing how to measure intelligence, industrial psychologists measure IQ instead (some of the intellectually more honest admit they don't know what it is they are measuring, other than 'IQ', while the rest stick to the party line and insist they are measuring intelligence, doubtless for reasons of professional correctness) - and some make sweeping generalities based, not on anything having an actual existence of its own, but instead upon the artifact they have created, their Doppelgänger for 'intelligence'.

Perhaps the "former British ambassador to Thailand" whom you "paraphrase" is/was one of those crypto-German Englishmen, like Edward VIII, who enjoy making sweeping and dismissive characterizations of "peoples". Nostalgic for the purity of Thule, as they are.

I cannot agree that the content of your post is accurate, because I don't believe IQ and intelligence are in any sense interchangeable, and I don't think you are being reasonable in your continued assertion that they are. And now you are speaking of Thai policemen, but originally you were speaking of 'the Thai' and that is why I termed your post a racist rant.

Happy to get off my high horse. I find no meaning in such a nebulous term as 'political correctness', but I will admit that your obtuseness on the subject of IQ coupled with your obvious glee in making such racist remarks, does elicit an emotional response from me. I do find your own silly high-handed tone in response amusing.

I am glad you got a new phony name though, Rich is much better than Anonymous.

"As you surely know but have

"As you surely know but have decided not to acknowledge - not knowing how to measure intelligence, industrial psychologists measure IQ instead (some of the intellectually more honest admit they don't know what it is they are measuring, other than 'IQ', while the rest stick to the party line and insist they are measuring intelligence, doubtless for reasons of professional correctness) - and some make sweeping generalities based, not on anything having an actual existence of its own, but instead upon the artifact they have created, their Doppelgänger for 'intelligence'."

Well, it's a view, certainly it is convenient enough to be your view, but it's not a sensible view, the fact remains that IQ tests have been and remain the best test of reasoning ability in people. To that extent they are valid, otherwise pray, why would governments across the world use them? Of course this won't stop the bleeding hearts grumbling that 'it just isn't right that one person is more intelligent than another, it's unacceptable social exclusion'. But rational people accept IQ tests for what they are - the best tool we have for measuring reasoning ability. The irrational people will keep trying to dissemble the argument into oblivion, as you are trying to do now. Grow up.

",i>Perhaps the "former British ambassador to Thailand" whom you "paraphrase" is/was one of those crypto-German Englishmen, like Edward VIII, who enjoy making sweeping and dismissive characterizations of "peoples". Nostalgic for the purity of Thule, as they are."

There you go again with the ad-hominem response so favoured among people unable to conduct debate at any higher level. If the ambassador was wrong then point out why and how, don;t attack him. This really is a pathetic level of response from you JFL, I had thought you were better at this.
/continued

/continued... "I cannot agree

/continued...

"I cannot agree that the content of your post is accurate, because I don't believe IQ and intelligence are in any sense interchangeable, and I don't think you are being reasonable in your continued assertion that they are.

Well there you go. What you believe is certainly unimportant for anyone but you. Your own personal beliefs are a subjective matter and do not impinge on the wider world outside of your own personal goldfish bowl in any meaningful way. The fact of the matter is that governments across the world use IQ tests, and that really is the end of the argument. But feel free to keep banging that head against that wall JFL, it seems you must quite like the pain.

And now you are speaking of Thai policemen, but originally you were speaking of 'the Thai' and that is why I termed your post a racist rant.

The average IQ of Thais is 14 points below the global mean. That is a verified statement which is why it is not a racist rant. Stop it with the loaded language my friend, and focus on the substance of the matter. Then you will be a better and more rational debater.

"Happy to get off my high horse. ""

Then kindly do so without further ado. You have only managed to appear silly, so standing down seems like the best option for you.

Oh and by the way, my real name is Richard, so another attempted snide ad-hominem from you proves futile. This really is a pity JFL, you have some quite good comments in your various posts around the place, but you have to lose the bitter and twisted demeanour if you expect people to take you seriously. Me, I like to cast bread upon the waters and see who bites and who can make reasoned responses. So far you haven't been able to. It's like a kind of personal social research; people and what motivates them fascinates me, and after all, it's the uncontrolled motivations of not very intelligent people that have brought Thailand to this parlous state. Or perhaps that's something else you will choose not at agree with - even though it is as incontrovertible as the value IQ tests have in the educational and social contexts.
/continued

Oh and by the way, my real

Oh and by the way, my real name is Richard, so another attempted ad-hominem from you proves futile. This really is a pity JFL, you have some quite good comments in your various posts around the place, but you have to lose the bitter and twisted demeanour if you expect people to take you seriously. Me, I like to cast bread upon the waters and see who bites and who can make reasoned responses. So far you haven't been able to. It's like a kind of personal social research; people and what motivates them fascinates me, and after all, it's the uncontrolled motivations of not very intelligent people that have brought Thailand to this parlous state. Or perhaps that's something else you will choose not at agree with - even though it is as incontrovertible as the value IQ tests have in the educational and social contexts.

You really ought to realise JFL, that the only reason you are attacking me in this matter, is not because what I say is wrong, because it is verifiably correct, but because I do not think in the same way you do. But wait! Attacking me for not thinking the same way you do... isn't that what you complain Abhisit and the rest of them do with the Reds? Do you see now how completely ridiculous your position is? You know what I have posted is correct and you can't stand it, so you dissemble and attack me because you can't argue with what I have said. Not very mature behaviour from a social critic like yourself surely?

Only 2 out of 10 for you in this exchange JFL, you really must try harder. perhaps you could try a couple more unctious responses to other posters, that's the usual response from people who need to reassure themselves and it will help you to feel better. More accepted. We both know how important that is for you....

...why would governments

...why would governments across the world use them?

Because they are huge institutions themselves and understand that intractable questions and problems must be turned into different, tractable questions and problems, which can be quantified so that the (non) progress in search of their answers/solutions (to the novel, tractable questions and problems - not the original intractable questions and problems) can be diligently explained away, or followed, by vast numbers of bureaucrats whose time has been devoted thereto. Of course.

There you go again with the ad-hominem response so favoured among people unable to conduct debate at any higher level.

Gee... you damn me for being 'politically correct' and then, when I take a stab at 'politically incorrect', you damn me some more.

The fact of the matter is that governments across the world use IQ tests, and that really is the end of the argument.

You're kidding... right?

the only reason you are attacking me in this matter, is not because what I say is wrong, because it is verifiably correct

the only verification I receive is that "governments around the world..." and I simply do not accept that governments' acceptance of a bogus argument should compel my acceptance.

I'm sure everyone else is as tired of this exchange as I am, Richard, so... goodbye.

But if (when?) you ride your racist hobby horse about the place in the future... I'll probably call you out again :) I'll just book mark this exchange and post that next time... that being the price we hafta pay to get out of going through all these things twice.

New Thailand Facebook page

New Thailand Facebook page does have an interesting comment about an obvious double standard case about this:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Thailand/128241950551033#!/album.php?aid=24970&id=128241950551033&fbid=149564511752110&ref=mf

PAD lady selling shoes with

PAD lady selling shoes with Thaksin and Pojaman faces

On 3 Oct 2010, police arrested Amornwan Charoenkij, 42, for selling slippers with Abhisit’s face on them.

Why they don't arrest this lady from Surat Thani who was selling slippers, boxer shorts, socks and rugs to clean shoes with Thaksin and Pojaman face on PAD stage at government house on Oct 2008?


Because that was then... and the Yellow Shirted PAD/Democrats of Suthep's Surat Thani.

And this is now... and the Red Shirted UDD.

Any Thai Of Unpolluted Genotype can see the difference!

The PAD were 'doing what had to be done'.
The UDD are TERRORISTS!!!

Well done JLF. Another great

Well done JLF. Another great find. Thanks.

Thank Felix, not me... he

Thank Felix, not me... he found the link and posted it, I just followed his nose.

Thanks to whoever saved those pictures... they're worth the proverbial 6000 words. I think that both Abhisit and Thaksin need to spend sometime under foot. More importantly I think that outspoken political satire and the ridicule of The Regime and its leading made men and women are absolutely essential to the rise of democracy in Thailand.

Thanks Felix for another great find.

Red arms training reports

Red arms training reports confirmed

Reports of red shirts taking arms training in preparations to create unrest and assassinate important persons, especially on days marking important political events, are confirmed, Department of Special Investigation chief Tharit Pengdit said on Tuesday.

Mr Tharit was referring to Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban's remarks about United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship members having undergone arms training in a neighbouring country with intentions to carry out violent incidents and assassinate 39 important persons in the country.

He said the DSI had long obtained the same information that those trained armed men had been deployed at various symbolic spots, especially in Bangkok, and were ready for action.

The explosion at an apartment in Bang Bua Thong, Nonthaburi, well served as a warning against the possibility of more violent incidents throughout the month of October, Mr Tharit said.

On the arrest of 11 men in Chiang Mai, Mr Tharit said the DSI had sent its officials to conduct additional investigation as requested by the Region 5 Police.

The case was expected to be transferred to be handled by the DSI, he said.

How can the Bangkok Post continue to get away with this year in and year out?

Are people in Thailand so inured to the Bangkok Post's constant stream of unbridled assertions, transcriptions of Regime press releases as 'news', that they actually accept these vicious propagandists as journalists?

What does this article

What does this article say?

It says that Regime member Tharit has 'confirmed', by his own bald assertion, Regime member Suthep's antecedent bald and vicious assertions about the Red shirts... created from whole cloth for all the corroboration given from anyone, anywhere.

How does Tharit know that "the explosion at an apartment in Bang Bua Thong, Nonthaburi, well served as a warning against the possibility of more violent incidents throughout the month of October"..? Is he on a first name basis with the people ordering the recent spate of deadly bombings, that are killing more and more innocent people.

Cui bono?

The bombings are used by the Regime as an excuse to maintain Thaksin's Emergency Decree, which enables the Emergency Situation, which requires the Committee for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES), which puts everyone in Thailand at the mercy of Generals Prawit and Prayuth? At the mercy of Yet Another Military Regime in Bangkok.

Why do people put up with not just an absurd, useless 'newspaper' which publishes totally unreliable trash, but with a vicious 'newspaper' that consistently puts forward the creations of the Regime as though they were something other than the bald asssertions, utterly unsupported by evidence and couched in unfalsifiable terms that they are?

The Bangkok Post is truly the enemy of democracy in Thailand, of the aspirations of the Thai people, of the Thai people themselves.

Many people have died as the direct result of false information knowingly published by the Bangkok Post in the past[1][2], and the Bangkok Post is repeating the very same pattern right now, acting as the yeoman of the Thai military government as we all watch, transfixed in horror, the fatal 'accident' unfolding in slow-motion before our very eyes.

Suspected Bang Bua Thong

Suspected Bang Bua Thong bomber linked to four other attacks

Samai Wongsuwan is a suspected bomber responsible for the Bang Bua Thong explostion and might be linked to four other bomb attacks, national police chief General Wichean Potephosree said on Wednesday.

Pending the outcome of forensic checks, investigators have reason to believe the arm found at the scene of the blast belonged to Samai who has yet to be determined whether dead or alive, he said.

Samai, 46, is a red-shirt guard involved in the rally at Rajprasong before his sudden disappearance a day before the crowd dispersal on May 19. He is also a fugitive facing an arrest warrant for involvement in a bomb attack in Mae Ping, Chiang Mai.

The Nation is, at this point in time, even lower than the Bangkok Post.

The first paragraph should read:

The Bang Bua Thong explosion and might be linked to four other bomb attacks, national police chief General Wichean Potephosree said on Wednesday. Gerneral Wichean said that Samai Wongsuwan is suspected of involvement in the case.

The second a third paragraphs raise some questions:

Samai, 46, is a red-shirt guard involved in the rally at Rajprasong before his sudden disappearance a day before the crowd dispersal on May 19
Did poor Samai suddenly disappear because he was a plant, in the pay of The Regime, and not a Red shirt at all?
He is also a fugitive facing an arrest warrant for involvement in a bomb attack in Mae Ping, Chiang Mai.
Was he used as "Red shirt" bomber by The Regime in Chiang Mai?
Pending the outcome of forensic checks, investigators have reason to believe the arm found at the scene of the blast belonged to Samai
How so? do they know that 'their man' Samai was involved and so know too that his body parts are likely to be found at the site?
These are wild speculations, but it is certainly not inconceivable that poor Samai may well be Police Chief Wichean's "suspected bomber".

The Bangkok Post elaborates

The Bangkok Post elaborates The Regime line:

Explosion happened while bomb being assembled, say police

Police believe the fatal explosion which wrecked a Nonthaburi apartment building on Tuesday night was caused by a mistake during the assembling of a bomb, and are linking it to four previous bombs found in the capital city.

The explosion was believed to be caused by about 10kg of TNT and to have been set off by mistake while a bomb was being assembled in the room.

Police found in the room 12-volt batteries, electric wire, electronic circuits and gas and fire extinguisher cylinders stuffed with urea fertiliser.

Based on this evidence, police believed the explosion might be linked to four bombs found earlier at Santirat Witthaya School, the Public Health Ministry parking lot, the parking lot of The Mall department store in Ngam Wong Wan, and Nang Lerng racing course.

Are the police well aware of the MO of all five bombings due to the involvement of The Regime itself in the bombings?

Did Samai's 'handlers' within The Regime set off the bomb by remote control, sacrificing Samai and all the others to 'the cause', knowing that Samai was unlikely to be willing to lay down his own life and those of innocents of his own volition? And with poor Samai now blown to bits any corroboration of his speculative involvement as agent of The Regime is now blown to bits along with him.

All this is just wild speculation... but what are we to do in Thailand, knowing that The Regime is eager to 'justify' its continued military rule through the CRES, knowing that The Regime doesn't bat an eye at sacrificing the lives of Thais of all stripes for its ends, and realizing that what's in the papers is neither more nor less than what The Regime puts there?

Man on a mission of doom A

Man on a mission of doom

A military source said Mr Samai, with support from former officers in the 3rd Army region, went south after he left Chiang Mai.

    Is this the connection between the Thai military and the spate of bombings in Bangkok which

  • 'justifies' the (now permanent?) imposition of Thaksin's Emergency Decree, which
  • 'justifies' the (now permanent?) Emergency Situation, which
  • 'justifies' the (now permanent?) CRES, which
  • 'justifies' the military in its (now permanent?) rule of Thailand?

As expected, the Bangkok Post

As expected, the Bangkok Post and Suthep make the claim that the bombing of Bangkok 'justifies' the military dictatorship.

Blast horror justifies decree, says Suthep

The fatal bomb blast at an apartment in Nonthaburi justifies extension of emergency rule in Bangkok and neighbouring provinces, Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban says.

Read the whole article. It stands as 'exhibit A' in a case to be made against the Bangkok Post as purveyor of The Regime's innuendo as 'news'. As an 'explanation' of State fascism in Thailand.

"We found unexploded bombs [at the apartment]," Mr Suthep told the House.

"It is a clear indication that people are attempting to cause trouble.

There has been no evidence presented at all to indicate that the people attempting to cause trouble are any other than Suthep and The Regime which stand to 'benefit' from the bomb explosions, from murdering and maiming innocents to 'justify' their dictatorship.

It is not even clear that The Regime has properly identified Samai's body in the wreckage. They have body parts. Where's the DNA evidence?

Samai has been reported to have been in the company of Air Force officers during the time he is alleged to have gone for his bomb training in the South.

Samai was a 'Red shirt guard'... who mysteriously disappeared on the day of the May Massacre of Red shirts.

Everything about this story is consistent with an infiltrator of the people's movement paid by The Regime morphing into their bomber and then either accidentally blowing himself up, or being set up and blown up be The Regime itself.

I tend toward the latter explanation, myself. Dead men tell no tales. And The Regime specializes in dead men, women, and children.

I am speculating... there's

I am speculating... there's no real investigative reporting in Thailand so that's what we're left with.

So in speculating I don't want only to 'investigate' the possibility of Samai's having been on The Regime's payroll. The fury exhibited by the police when Porntip showed up may well be due to the fact that poor Samai was nothing other than a bona fide 'red shirt' guard... lord knows they were in need of the them when the terrorist Thai military descended upon them... and that his 'mysterious disappearance' prior to the 19 May Massacre was due to an 'up-close and personal massacre' performed by The Regime prior to their plenary massacre of 19 May.

In that case they could feel safe in framing Samai now, knowing that 'dead men tell no tales'.

And that would explain their fury at Khunying Porntip's appearance at the site. She is in the position of being able to falsify their claims of having found Samai's remains at the site and thus to throw a monkey wrench into their works.

Given enough rope The Regime will hang itself.

The only sure villains are Abhisti, Suthep, Newin and the usuals at the CRES.

Nonthaburi police chief

Nonthaburi police chief Supakit Srijantaranont, left, argues withKhunying PorntipRojanasunan, director of the Central Institute of Forensic Science, over authority to conduct a forensic examination at SamanMetta Mansion.Saman Boonprasert, the owner of the apartment block, watches. picture by TAWATCHAI KEMGUMNERD

PPT asks some excellent

PPT asks some excellent questions about the explosion in Nonthaburi...

    ...some questions that come to mind:

  1. Were the victims killed by the blast or were they already dead (here, think Saudi gems case)?
  2. Were items found and entered into evidence in a condition consistent with having been in a major explosion?
  3. Where were the explosive materials obtained?
  4. What was the detonator and where was it?
  5. What do the CCTV tapes show?
  6. Who was the man reported leaving the room just prior to the blast?
  7. There are also several questions that might be asked about leaks,
  8. forensic “competition” leading to a lack of integrity related to evidence,
  9. links to the south
  10. and so on.

These are the questions that MSM journalist would be asking... and answering... if there were any journalists within the MSM in Thailand.

(No subject)

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva visits the offices of the Ministry of Dis-Information, and meets its executives yesterday. Accompanying the prime minister are Suthikiati Chirathivat, left, chairman of the executive committee; Worachai Bhicharnchitr, right, director and executive director; Supakorn Vejjajiva, second right, chief operating officer; and Pichai Chuensuksawadi, fourth right, editor-in-chief. picture by SOMCHAI POOMLARD

PM warns of more blasts

"The authorities will have to prosecute existing cases and launch proactive measures to enhance the results so that they can get at the whole network," Mr Abhisit said during a visit to the Bangkok Post.

They've been 'launching proactive measures to enhance their results' together since long before 19 May 2010.

An 'excellent' (vile and

An 'excellent' (vile and disgusting) example of forging the news this morning from the Terribly sophisticated Dis-Information Ministry.

On New Year's Eve 2006, Bangkok was rocked by a string of nine bomb blasts and, ever since, the city has not been at peace. The bombings that have struck Bangkok and its vicinity have not only intensified, they have become more sophisticated, making it even harder for police and the military to find the culprits.

Of course it is the military and the police who are the most likely culprits.

Continually playing along with their dis-information 'games'... their deadly 'games'... makes the Bangkok Post the Dis-Information Ministry for the authoritarian and corrupt regime that seized power in 2006 and has been behind the turmoil in Thailand ever since.

The 'Sophisticated techniques' that 'change' the 'face of domestic terror' are none other than the dis-information techniques employed by the Bangkok Post and the other MSM in their effort to make it appear that Thailand's domestic terrorists are any other than the Thai military and the Thai police themselves.

That would be the that Thailand's domestic terrorists are any other than the Thai military, the Thai police, and the Thai MSM themselves.

Isn't Supakorn Vejjajiva,

Isn't Supakorn Vejjajiva, second right, chief operating officer at the Dis-Information Ministry a cutie! น่ารักแท้จริง