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PROTESTER SHOT DEAD – CAUGHT ON CAMERA – WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT

In Bangkok Protests, David Walker, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond3 Comments

PROTESTER SHOT DEAD – CAUGHT ON CAMERA  -WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT. The shooting of a protester in yesterday’s violent clashes has been caught on camera and released on YouTube.  This video is of a graphic nature. The protester appears to have been running away from the police as he was shot, possibly in the back of the head. He falls down …

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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THAILAND? CONFUSED? THIS MAN ISN’T

In Bangkok Protests, Suthep Thaugsuban, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond13 Comments

BUT MOST OF US SHOULD BE! (Michael Yon) Well Thailand’s turbulent Boxing Day is over and now we’re wondering where we all stand in Thailand. At least I am.  The government is insisting it will go ahead with elections on February 2nd. The BBC appears to be admonishing  the anti-government  protesters.  And foreign journalists are going to war as a …

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THAILAND FACES MORE VIOLENCE AS GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO BACK DOWN ON ELECTION ISSUE

In Bangkok Protests, Uncategorised, Yingluck Shinawatra by Andrew DrummondLeave a Comment

On a day in which a police Sergeant Major was shot dead and scores of protesters were injured, troubles in Thailand threatened to escalate after the government refused to call off a troublesome election. The Thai Government of Yingluck Shinawatra, which was recently forced to dissolve parliament due to massive protests in the capital, rejected a call by the Election …

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WE HAVE TO CLEAN OUR OWN DIRTY HOUSE FIRST – BANGKOK PROTESTORS

In Bangkok Protests, Suthep Thaugsuban, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond2 Comments

WE ARE BEING MISUNDERSTOOD! While back footed Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today put forward her suggestions for a Reform Council to be set up before the planned election, the anti-government factions released their own video ‘to the world’ to try and explain why they did not want to go to the polls on February 2nd. Unfortunately the title of …

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Press Coverage of the Bangkok Protests – Where do these guys come from?

In Bangkok Protests, Reuters, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond2 Comments

The ubiquitous anti-Thaksin scribe Tony Cartalucci wrote another tome yesterday this time attacking Reuters and the western press for smearing the protest movement against the Pheu Thai coalition government of Thailand. He signaled out quite an interesting article about ‘high society’ Thais taking part in the recent demos in Bangkok, sourced a lot from ‘Thailand Tatler’.  He describes the Reuters …

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BATTLE FOR BANGKOK – WARRANT FOR HIGH TREASON ISSUED – SHOTS FIRED

In Bangkok Protests, General News, Suthep Thaugsuban, Uncategorised, Yingluck Shinawatra by Andrew Drummond4 Comments

WHILE ARMY WAITS IN THE WINGS A warrant for the capital offence of high treason was issued last night against Bangkok protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban as anti-government protesters besieged Government House and the Metropolitan Police Headquarters in Bangkok. As anti-government protesters approached barriers at the police headquarters in Bangkok with a back hoe and bulldozer and others made attacks on …

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ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR PROTEST LEADER – Police cover CCTV cameras

In Bangkok Protests, General News, Suthep Thaugsuban, Uncategorised, Yingluck Shinawatra by Andrew Drummond1 Comment

CONCERN IN BANGKOK AS VIDEO SHOWS POLICE COVERING CCTV CAMERAS This video has alarmed people in Bangkok. It apparently shows police covering a CCTV camera at Wat Benchampit near the centre of the protests after Prime Minister invoked the Internal Security Act and the Criminal Court issued a warrant of arrest for Suthep Thaugsuban, protest leader and Deputy Democratic Party …

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Whisteblowers demonstrate outside Thailand’s FBI

In Abhisit Vejajjiva, Bangkok Protests, General News, Suthep Thuagsuban, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond5 Comments

Thailand’s capital Bangkok was in a state of tension today as nearly half a million* protesters began to march on Government departments – and pro-government supporting ‘redshirts’ flooded in from the provinces to support the government of Yingluck Shinawatra. But if the city was on edge, a lighter moment came when anti-government protesters besieged the headquarters of Thailand’s Department of …