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Thai media vow to fight until government lifts restrictions on free expression


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I read elsewhere, probably a rival publication, that Prayuth has said the Covid crisis will be over in 3-4 weeks.

I guess it is something that the gov would want to shout about but little sign of this great news on here. Maybe false news, maybe censored?

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Really? Where were you in 2014? 2015? 2016? 2017, etc? When you were having banana skins chucked at you? Sprayed with sanitiser?

Let's just see exactly what you do.

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1 hour ago, klauskunkel said:

A government which exempted itself from all morals (heroin, watches, Krystal Klub, corruption) preaching morality to its populace...

Do as I say not as I do.... springs to mind.

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I hope he was wearing the correct equipment while bravely attempting the full four-finger point (without a safety net).

 

With pointing of that calibre, it is no surprise he is PM,

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9 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

Only for so long, then the worm turns.

.... like Tiannamen Square, Burma and Hong Kong, for example?

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It’s well known if you control the media you control the country which then controls the people “Look at China” need I say more “NO” 

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6 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

until the government understands and realises that its attempt to restrict free expression may, finally, lead to its own downfall,

And that has happened where? China, Myanmar, North Korea, Russia, Hungary? Name one country where the government's downfall has been directly attributed to so called 'press freedom '...

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