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Just now, Sydebolle said:

He and his cronies had five years, ample time, to do „better and better“; in the past neither elected nor appointed, this time not elected - so why should he not arrange his self-appointment for a second time? 

same as most of the politicians around the wold say after serving their first (non convincing)  term

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every government achieves something, no matter hoe small. However this guy in the pst has openly expressed that he is a soldier not a politician and looking at the economic woes right now Thailand deserves a professional politician. he just doesn't want to give up the banquet, simple as that...

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18 minutes ago, Mavideol said:

and that made you like him huummmmm, just curious, please share with us, what type of great job he has done in his time in office

1) Peace and Order.

2) Helping the poor. Low interest loans.

3) Stopping human trafficking.

4) Boosting the economy.

5) Improving infrastructure and public transportation.

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5 hours ago, BestB said:

So much for someone who was categorically not interested in staying in politics 

Are you talking about the fugitive?

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He did do better rigging the election like no others have done before. History will remember him as a rather dim individual who was an accidental general and premier with no significant achievements. 

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2 hours ago, Wilsonandson said:

1) Peace and Order.

2) Helping the poor. Low interest loans.

3) Stopping human trafficking.

4) Boosting the economy.

5) Improving infrastructure and public transportation.

Of course, in five year's time he's likely to have achieved something! However, it is far from what you are stating.

 

1. After the network he belongs to created disorder + not where it really matters (South)

2. Ok. Conveniently positioned in time before elections

3. Improved, not stopped, and not met the minimum standards. "Thailand was upgraded to Tier 2 in the State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2018 thanks to the government’s increasing efforts to address trafficking problem although it did not fully meet the minimum standards for elimination of the problem."

http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/thailand-upgraded-tier-2-trafficking-persons-report-2018/

4. It has improved in comparison to the poor initial performance of the Junta, not when compared with previous governments. In addition, since 2014, Thailand's GDP growth has sways  been inferior to comparable Asian countries (figures available at the IMF website)

5. Several projects have been launched without much public input and scrutinity. Due to high opacity, it is impossible to draw conclusions about their relevance and cost/benefits performance.

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5 hours ago, Wilsonandson said:

1) Peace and Order.

2) Helping the poor. Low interest loans.

3) Stopping human trafficking.

4) Boosting the economy.

5) Improving infrastructure and public transportation.

any official data to support that,

1 - you're joking, correct?

2- not in my area, the majority wants him out as fast as possible

3-really??? humm so the girls on the plane to Macau were cheerleaders

4- some official  numbers indicated otherwise

5 - where? and what because in my area they started 10-20 road projects but nothing is completed

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15 hours ago, bluesofa said:

That quote reminds me of Inspector Clousuea's boss - Chief Inspector Dreyfus, when he was in the mental hospital: "Every day in every way I'm getting better and better."

The Chief Inspector kept repeating that mantra until he went insane, apparently.  You are alluding to the Coué method (see the entry for Émile Coué in Wikipedia).  Supposedly, by means of auto-suggestion, one can reprogram one's mind to become an eternal optimist and conquer whatever negative thoughts may hinder personal improvement.  (To suggest, darkly, that later propagandists took over this method to inspire entire nations to go mad would be unfair to the Frenchman, of course, but let us suggest it anyway.)  The Coué method became something of a fad in the early 1900's.  The populace merely needs to follow the example of their dear leader, who obviously knows his Coué, and lo, they'll all soon be happily daft, and completely pliable.  A variation, if you will, on the idea of a "social credit" system, without the need for constant surveillance.

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9 hours ago, Mavideol said:

same as most of the politicians around the wold say after serving their first (non convincing)  term

There is a very big difference, very few politicians can write their own constitution, organize an election which favors their party with all kinds of measures geared at ignoring the will of the electorate. 

 

Prayuth isn't a politician, he is a dictator, with no mandate whatsoever. 

 

And even after all the cheating, sabotaging and dubious way of counting votes, his party cannot count on a normal majority in the lower house, and they will probably have to resort to 250 senators, all appointed by Prayuth himself. Not many politicians around the world get to appoint their own senators either. 

 

The biggest difference is, normal politicians can simply be voted out of office. Prayuth cannot.

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3 hours ago, Mavideol said:

any official data to support that,

1 - you're joking, correct?

2- not in my area, the majority wants him out as fast as possible

3-really??? humm so the girls on the plane to Macau were cheerleaders

4- some official  numbers indicated otherwise

5 - where? and what because in my area they started 10-20 road projects but nothing is completed

Such weak and insubstantial nonsense. Not what Thailand needs. No, that is why Prayut is riding high aloft the rest because he is strong, no nonsense, direct and to the point. A veritable hero of the Thai people, a shining beacon of light. Steering Thailand through troubled times into a new and bright future.

prayut (1).jpg

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18 hours ago, bangkokfrog said:

Interesting that this article is coming to Thai Visa now. What achievements? Hastily approved infrastructure projects that allow some of his cronies to salt millions of baht overseas? Digital economy improvements that include Chinese-style monitoring and censorship/prosecution potential? Without Section 44 this guy is a lame duck!

Interesting and somewhat sad this is even still being discussed. The fact that this guy is still in politics is so unfortunate for the country but if he was voted out he would have leveraged his military cronies, he isn't leaving unless the Thais are dead set in removing him.

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34 minutes ago, Wilsonandson said:

Such weak and insubstantial nonsense. Not what Thailand needs. No, that is why Prayut is riding high aloft the rest because he is strong, no nonsense, direct and to the point. A veritable hero of the Thai people, a shining beacon of light. Steering Thailand through troubled times into a new and bright future.

prayut (1).jpg

Hmm, he is such a hero, that he couldn't even win the elections, even AFTER he cheated right left and center. His achievements are so minimal, the first order of business for the good of Thailand is to get rid of him, throw him in jail, or let him self excile. 

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28 minutes ago, chama said:

Interesting and somewhat sad this is even still being discussed. The fact that this guy is still in politics is so unfortunate for the country but if he was voted out he would have leveraged his military cronies, he isn't leaving unless the Thais are dead set in removing him.

 

13 minutes ago, sjaak327 said:

Hmm, he is such a hero, that he couldn't even win the elections, even AFTER he cheated right left and center. His achievements are so minimal, the first order of business for the good of Thailand is to get rid of him, throw him in jail, or let him self excile. 

 

PRAYUTOTY.jpg

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'IF' he is reappointed???

 

You mean 'WHEN he is reappointed', right?

 

I am sure Thais are already looking forward to happier and happier days ahead.

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Current, unelected, self appointed, untouchable dictator!

 

if he is reappointed! Get real..

 

One individual can command so much power! Reminds me of one past dictator who commanded power and attempted to take over the world, and in the process millions of innocent citizens plus military personnel died because of his greed, and for what! 

 

Greed! Power! '

 

'THE WORLD IS MINE'

 

The masses are not important, we are surplus to requirement. Money talks and commands dictators and those with the power to change life's...

 

What a sad world I live in.

 

 

 

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