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Buddha Issara discusses security plan with Army ahead of Yingluck court date
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BANGKOK: -- Anti-government protesters camping at the Constitutional Court will not block the caretaker premier when she goes to the court next week to face trial for the illegal transfer of the chief of the National Security Council.

However, they will stop any pro-government red shirts from entering the court because they could threaten judges or National Anti-Corruption Commission members.

The message was conveyed by Phra Buddha Issara, a monk who supervises the rally in front of the court on Chaeng Wattana Road, to First Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment general commander Worawut Wuttisiri yesterday.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is due to appear at the court by May 6, but it is yet to be confirmed if she will go herself or send representatives to testify on her behalf.

Phra Buddha and six buses carrying protesters went to the Metropolitan Waterworks Authority and Ministry of Public Health yesterday to promote a May 16-18 rally that will call for power to be returned to His Majesty the King.

Meanwhile, Maj-General Dr Rienthong Nanna, director of Mongkutwattana General Hospital, posted on his Facebook that a guard was in a serious condition at the hospital after an M-79 bomb attack.

Separately, Royal Thai Army deputy spokesperson Col Sirichan Nga-Thong said Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha chaired a meeting of army units in which he said the military should work with all its ability to meet the public's expectations.

Sirichan said the general told the gathering that the army should be the main organisation delivering stability to the country and taking care of the country, so it needed to be ready for every situation.

The Army is still supporting the Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order.

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-- The Nation 2014-05-03

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Only a couple of weeks ago Gen. Prayuth said he was keeping the army out of politics yet hardly a day passes without someone from the army and other branches of the armed forces is sounding off about something to do with politics.

Has martial law been declared ? if not why is the mad monk not discussing security with the police and i'm sure that will generate a lot of answers. To the best of my knowledge the military have no power of arrest, not that minor things like that matter here, so where do they get the power to prevent people entering a open hearing ? The reds don't need to intimidate the judges in court as their leaders, Chalerm etc. have been doing that for weeks,

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Good to see any group offering to protect the Constitution Court from repeated intimidations by the the red shirts.

Clearly, the police certainly are not up to the task.

Yeh, damn red shirts intimidating the Constitutional Court with their lawsuits and fingers! You stick it to them gangrel! How dare they demand elections and democracy, pure evil! tongue.png

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Good to see any group offering to protect the Constitution Court from repeated intimidations by the the red shirts.

Clearly, the police certainly are not up to the task.

Yeh, damn red shirts intimidating the Constitutional Court with their

Threats to judges and their families is indeed contemptible, to which the red shirts admit to.

BANGKOK, Sept 25 - Yossawaris Chuklom, also known as Jeng Dokjik, jailed Red Shirt activist and former comedian, confessed in Criminal Court today to having broken the law and promised to refrain from all political activity if he is released on bail.

The court will decide Friday whether to grant him temporary freedom. His wife put up Bt600,000 in cash as bail bond. Mr Yossawaris was jailed last month when his bail was revoked for his alleged intimidation of members of the Constitution Court.

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/586934-jeng-dokjik-confesses-anew;-court-will-decide-bail-bid-friday/

Posted 2012-09-25 20:02:10.

So how exactly will Buddha Issara's mob in 2014 stop a Red Shirt from his angry tirade against the Constitutional judges back in 2012? Will Buddha pray and a time-wormhole will open throwing him back in time?

[added] Look gangrel, yes I get it, you want to hypothesize reasons for Issara to be there. But really he's there to shut down the government, and part of the government being blocked is the courts, so he wants to selectively permit that for cases he wants to happen. But this is not law and order, this is a man with a mob trying to seize power. The army needs to clear this lot out.

She cannot rely on an army that won't protect its own troops from this guard, but will protect the PDRC guard from its own troops!

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Good to see any group offering to protect the Constitution Court from repeated intimidations by the the red shirts.

Clearly, the police certainly are not up to the task.

Yeh, damn red shirts intimidating the Constitutional Court with their

Threats to judges and their families is indeed contemptible, to which the red shirts admit to.

BANGKOK, Sept 25 - Yossawaris Chuklom, also known as Jeng Dokjik, jailed Red Shirt activist and former comedian, confessed in Criminal Court today to having broken the law and promised to refrain from all political activity if he is released on bail.

The court will decide Friday whether to grant him temporary freedom. His wife put up Bt600,000 in cash as bail bond. Mr Yossawaris was jailed last month when his bail was revoked for his alleged intimidation of members of the Constitution Court.

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/586934-jeng-dokjik-confesses-anew;-court-will-decide-bail-bid-friday/

Posted 2012-09-25 20:02:10.

So how exactly will Buddha Issara's mob in 2014 stop a Red Shirt from his angry tirade against the Constitutional judges back in 2012? Will Buddha pray and a time-wormhole will open throwing him back in time?

You beat them to an inch of their lives, hog tie them and toss them into the river to drown

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Didn't something happen in Russia with a "mad monk",my history is bit hazy now.

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When was this idiot monk put in charge of security he has absolutely no power or authority to stop people entering a public building. Could you imagine Joe Citizen of any developed country appointing himself in charge of national or state security. He would have balls squeezed, arrested and he would be dragged off to the loony bin. What a moronic piece of garbage.

now it seems he is in charge....and in any developed country the whole government would sit already in jail and no one would be needed to protect the judges as the police would do it.

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is due to appear at the court by May 6, but it is yet to be confirmed if she will go herself or send representatives to testify on her behalf.

She will be waiting for the verdict at the VIP suite at swampy airport.

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I can't understand why the monks union (?) allows this charlatan to call himself Buddha. In my reading of Buddhism, one can only be termed a Buddha, who has attained Enlightenment. Such a one would not be involved in worldly politics, much less insurrection.

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This monk is wicked beyond belief. I look forward to the day is is defrocked and sentenced to a good lengthy jail term

Defrocked? Maybe, but not likely.

Sentenced to jail? Ain't gonna happen.

You forget what country this is?

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When was this idiot monk put in charge of security he has absolutely no power or authority to stop people entering a public building. Could you imagine Joe Citizen of any developed country appointing himself in charge of national or state security. He would have balls squeezed, arrested and he would be dragged off to the loony bin. What a moronic piece of garbage.

What's wrong with that? This is Buddhist Thailand. Laws and rules are mere suggestions.

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When was this idiot monk put in charge of security he has absolutely no power or authority to stop people entering a public building. Could you imagine Joe Citizen of any developed country appointing himself in charge of national or state security. He would have balls squeezed, arrested and he would be dragged off to the loony bin. What a moronic piece of garbage.

Not in the Ukraine he wouldn't. Or Egypt, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and countless other countries that are in the process of struggling for the democratic evolution.

If their on the winning side they become national heroes with comfortable jobs in government. Loose and they become war criminals. But, there always seem to be people, on all sides, willing to seize the moment.

Thailand has yet to go through the struggles that will bring about the social, economic and political reforms it needs to progress in the modern world. Sadly, these changes are often accomplished through embracing violence.

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