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Red-shirts rally at court to support Thaksin amid lese majeste case


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So the red shirt brigade will muster to show support for their illustrious leader who has cried off sick once for a postponement and looks like he's trying to throw another sickie.

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Again, applicable here. While recognizing this is for the Thai citizens to deal with, as an outside observer, this action is bringing discredit upon the Kingdom of Thailand. It is a far greater offense and has been globally recognized as serving political ends and not its original purpose to defend the monarchy. How embarrassing for Thailand to allow such political manipulation.

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2 hours ago, Pouatchee said:

they just missed him... now he is back at the hospital... so pick up your things and go rally there

Doesn't he own a Private Jet and an Island somewhere exotic? He should just hoik his smelly arse and his high priced solicitor out of the way while everyone's distracted by Srettha's attempts at covering his own arse. The Ringmaster and his Chief Clown should be dragged down and the People's Choice of PM installed by popular vote. 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Supporters of the red-shirt movement are set to gather at the Criminal Court tomorrow morning to show their support for former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who is due to hear the Office of the Attorney-General’s (OAG) decision on a lese majeste case against him.

Should not the EC bring to the CC a complaint that every supporter should be charged with sedition or treason as it has with MFP?

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2 hours ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Never forget, never forgive!

 

42 minutes ago, Red Forever said:

Is that a pic of the yellow shirts attacking and laying siege to BKK as they did in December 2008?

 

And didn't they shutdown Bangkok's airports?

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Geriatric red shirt mob with zimmer frames and wheel chairs.  They can no longer find young Thais support this greedy, corrupt family that has been a blight on Thailand for over 20 years. Just the die hard aging red shirts, who don't realise that things have moved on, remain loyal to this shower.

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"I want Thaksin to remember the protests in the past, where many people sacrificed their freedom and lives for him. Now that he’s back, he’s exploiting everyone who’s been fighting for him for a long time.”

Yes now thaksin is back his terrorist group is starting up again, people will remember the burning buildings, the bombings of innocent women & children, the terrorizing of the thai people all for a criminal that used his position to rip off the thai people and make himself rich. and pay these terrorists to support him and to kill people, , all this does is give the army an excuse to once again take to the streets to defend those that do not support the red shirt terrorists, phue thai has a lot to answer for

 

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