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Thaksin Seeks Annex To ‘Secret Deal’ To Bring Yingluck Back Home


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42 minutes ago, billd766 said:

What a load of BS from the Thaiger again.

 

NOBODY recovers from a critical illness in "just a few days" especially if they are supposed to have been in a hospital for 6 months before that.

 

It is however a report from the Thaiger, in which both the truth and the "Thaiger" are only tenuously connected.

 

The Thaiger also studiously ignores the fact that Thaksin was deposed in a military coup, and that NONE of the generals have ever been punished for it, nor for the subsequent military coups.

 

20 minutes ago, 2long said:

I think the Thaiger were a bit tongue in cheek!

 

I was under the impression that most of the stories in The Thaiger were copies from other sources - often translated copies.

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38 minutes ago, webfact said:

The OP is written by 

THAI NEWSROOM

and NOT by Thaiger 

 

The footer says:

 

Full story: THAI NEWSROOM 2024-04-18

 

//Admin 

There is very little information that I can find about Thai Newsroom apart from the About Us part of their website, which says

 

Veteran journalists starting afresh
The team of journalists launching this news portal have decades of experience and are dedicated to bringing readers both in Thailand and at every corner of the world the very best news about Thailand and of course rest of the world.

We want to use the wealth of knowledge and experience we have gained through years of hard work to bring timely, accurate, insightful and balanced news that will help our readers stay ahead of the game of life, be this a small issue at home or a major national or international development.

We will be by your side every day to help shed light on what is actually going on and really value your support.

The internet has described by Eric Bleecher as the “first mass medium in history with almost no barriers to entry and practically unlimited content-carrying capacity” and we are fully part of this new digital wave and will remain digitally close to you by being just a few clicks away.

Sincerely,

Nina Suebsukcharone

(Founder and acting Editor)

 

Nothing about the ownership, the staff, how long they have been in existence. In fact until this thread I had never even heard of them.

 

Are they a major supplier of Thai news to all and sundry including the Thaiger and ANN or just the latest New Kids On The Block?

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3 hours ago, billd766 said:

What a load of BS from the Thaiger again.

 

NOBODY recovers from a critical illness in "just a few days" especially if they are supposed to have been in a hospital for 6 months before that.

 

It is however a report from the Thaiger, in which both the truth and the "Thaiger" are only tenuously connected.

 

The Thaiger also studiously ignores the fact that Thaksin was deposed in a military coup, and that NONE of the generals have ever been punished for it, nor for the subsequent military coups.

The Thaiger may soon be the new owner of this site, however, this article does not come from The Thaiger.

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5 hours ago, billd766 said:

What a load of BS from the Thaiger again.

 

NOBODY recovers from a critical illness in "just a few days" especially if they are supposed to have been in a hospital for 6 months before that.

 

It is however a report from the Thaiger, in which both the truth and the "Thaiger" are only tenuously connected.

 

The Thaiger also studiously ignores the fact that Thaksin was deposed in a military coup, and that NONE of the generals have ever been punished for it, nor for the subsequent military coups.

I think the writer was being sarcastic... 

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Thaksin Seeks Annex To ‘Secret Deal’ To Bring Yingluck Back Home

 

What can one say?

Nothing to say really  .

We all know how this is going to end up.

Everything has been arranged for years and Paid for .

The Puppeteer Has got the Power and Billions to do what he likes.

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12 hours ago, Purdey said:

I think the writer was being sarcastic... 

Yes, the problem is that some people (mostly undereducated Usofans) have no understanding of irony or its cousin sarcasm.

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1 hour ago, mfd101 said:

Yes, the problem is that some people (mostly undereducated Usofans) have no understanding of irony or its cousin sarcasm.

And some people come from countries where it is not understood... like the USA.

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Well, Thailand belongs to the Thai people Shinawatras and hence let them do as they please. If the people of this country are fine with it .....

After all, it does not affect the non-Thais for a change ....... 

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2 coups and 2 popularly elected Prime Ministers have to self-exile. Generals and the perpetractors of the coups untouched. The political expediency of the courts questionable. Legacy of the coups must be wiped clean. Exile politicians and activists should be allowed to return granted by an amnesty. There should no legal or political interference in the next election. Government should be the choice of the majority. 

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