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UDD to stage a rally on May 5 at Aksa road

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BANGKOK: -- The United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship has decided to move forward its planned rally in Bangkok to May 5 to coincide with the People’s Democratic Reform Committee’s plan to rally at Sanam Luang to express their well wishes to His Majesty the King and to make a vow to serve the country.

UDD chairman Jatuporn Promphan said at a rally in Uttradit province Wednesday night that the UDD decided to move forward its planned rally at Utthayarn or Aksa road from May 6 to May 5 to coincide with the PDRC’s planned rally at Sanam Luang.

However, he said that there would be no confrontation because the two groups would rally at two different venues.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/udd-stage-rally-may-5-aksa-road/

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-- Thai PBS 2014-05-01

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I believe that the planned rally's on the 5th is a bad idea. I don't think that the PDRC has the power to stop the elections on the 20 July but if there is violence on the 5 July it will call into question if the election can be held on 20 July. The irony of a UDD rally being the reason not to hold an election would be funny if the situation was not so serious.

Thai people do have the constitutional right to protest peacefully but need to consider the implications of their action. The leaders of both extremes appear hell bent on revolution not on change by genuine democratic means. As the Head of the armed forces has said on many occasions the rhetoric needs to be toned down - we can be sure that those who are so brave with words will not be the ones that are in the position of facing the ultimate cost should things go wrong.

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Just been digging in to Jutaporns family tree an came across a photo of his dad.Can you see the likeness.I this where he gets his arrogance from ( in or out the closet ).post-142424-0-99117100-1398909551_thumb.

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I believe that the planned rally's on the 5th is a bad idea. I don't think that the PDRC has the power to stop the elections on the 20 July but if there is violence on the 5 July it will call into question if the election can be held on 20 July. The irony of a UDD rally being the reason not to hold an election would be funny if the situation was not so serious.

Thai people do have the constitutional right to protest peacefully but need to consider the implications of their action. The leaders of both extremes appear hell bent on revolution not on change by genuine democratic means. As the Head of the armed forces has said on many occasions the rhetoric needs to be toned down - we can be sure that those who are so brave with words will not be the ones that are in the position of facing the ultimate cost should things go wrong.

Read the article...The rally is planned for MAY 5!wai2.gif

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I believe that the planned rally's on the 5th is a bad idea. I don't think that the PDRC has the power to stop the elections on the 20 July but if there is violence on the 5 July it will call into question if the election can be held on 20 July. The irony of a UDD rally being the reason not to hold an election would be funny if the situation was not so serious.

Thai people do have the constitutional right to protest peacefully but need to consider the implications of their action. The leaders of both extremes appear hell bent on revolution not on change by genuine democratic means. As the Head of the armed forces has said on many occasions the rhetoric needs to be toned down - we can be sure that those who are so brave with words will not be the ones that are in the position of facing the ultimate cost should things go wrong.

Read the article...The rally is planned for MAY 5!wai2.gif

Thank you for the correcting of the date - my error

but the rest still stands

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when I Posted in here, years ago that Thailand was verging on Civil War, the Comments were stupid and rude. The only other person I had read who, also, saw how big the problem was IS was Professor Thitinan Pongsidurak.

[just a bunch of rice farmers getting 50B per day huh?]

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When the turnout is miniscule, will it also be labelled a rehearsal?

Perhaps they've increased the per diem.

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When the turnout is miniscule, will it also be labelled a rehearsal?

Perhaps they've increased the per diem.

Is it just me or do I sense that the fugitive has been a bit quieter of late, if so, then any increase in attendance fee maybe a bit short-coming.

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this is simply a p*ssing contest for the reds, they want to try to get more people than suthep seeing they havent been able to do so lately. Whats the bet a lot of cash hand outs will be used to get a bigger red turnout so he can try to get bragging rights, seems that all the ptp/red people suffer from little willy syndrome, they have to constantly prove how good they are or wave guns around to be a "real" man, pathetic as usual, then they will leave all their crap on the road like last time, these people are pigs.

Even with the reduced size from the norm (Their last major rally attracted between 80-100k), their sizes dawrf the largest PDRC protests from the past year (20k-30k by official estimates not coming from Suthep himself).

I'm very curious to see what kind of numbers Suthep can pull off.

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So now they can take pictures from the PCAD rally, color them red, and claim it are UDD supporters.

The opposit way round would make more sense.. why UDD should want to get the few hundred PDRC supporters when there many thousands rally for red.. :-)

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So now they can take pictures from the PCAD rally, color them red, and claim it are UDD supporters.

The opposit way round would make more sense.. why UDD should want to get the few hundred PDRC supporters when there many thousands rally for red.. :-)

cheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gifcheesy.gif I think you've been sleeping since 2010.

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this is simply a p*ssing contest for the reds, they want to try to get more people than suthep seeing they havent been able to do so lately. Whats the bet a lot of cash hand outs will be used to get a bigger red turnout so he can try to get bragging rights, seems that all the ptp/red people suffer from little willy syndrome, they have to constantly prove how good they are or wave guns around to be a "real" man, pathetic as usual, then they will leave all their crap on the road like last time, these people are pigs.

Even with the reduced size from the norm (Their last major rally attracted between 80-100k), their sizes dawrf the largest PDRC protests from the past year (20k-30k by official estimates not coming from Suthep himself).

I'm very curious to see what kind of numbers Suthep can pull off.

Was that with Photoshop, or without?

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not again. reds do nothing but trash everything. garbage here, there, everywhere. i dont think people out here enjoyed their presence. THE PRINCE lives only 50 m away. to me, it feels like they are trying to disrespect someone. yes, some say it will end soon. and it will.... the peace will end soon. there has yet to be any violence of biblical proportions. great evil will face great wrath. and what holier place to have your war than here? go for it you Pro Thaksin guys.

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Total lack of respect for His Gracious Majesty on Coronation Day.

YES finally someone nailed it. TOTAL LACK OF RESPECT FOR THE KING. remind me again what people used to do when someone disrespected the king? where do i line up?

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Wonder how much the Sae Khu clan has down paid for this'protest' ? There has been quite some movement towards its leader recently.

Abhisit trying to negotiate a way out for the country. The red militia and Suthep the egomaniac doing a p*ssing contest. Great. All for the people of course.

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Thailand's leading Red litterbugs will camp in the city.

Meanwhile, in another part of the city - One more. Last. Final. Ultimate. On Monday. Then on 13 May. Then 14 May. So, it's the same old same old then... whistling.gif

Happy Holiday indeed.

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Well, they're putting up their elevated port-o-toilets on Utthayan today. But only along the part of the road from Sai 4 to just short of the first rise. They're also apparently spraying the klongs and standing water to kill mosquitoes. Pity, about the mosquitoes.

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