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Prawit aide shocked at Teerakiat watch scandal remarks

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I'm amazed that someone born here could be shocked by anything anymore. 

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The cracks are beginning to show and they will get bigger ... 

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

"Prawit has been under pressure from the public and social media"

But only to 150 metres.

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14 hours ago, webfact said:

The aide ... urged Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha to deal with the matter urgently as it would affect his boss.

Affect his boss? A little late in the day to worry about that. Perhaps he should be advising his boss instead of concerning himself with trying to have the messenger shot. 

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Have we got this right .? The un-named aide of the deputy P M who has a boatload of unexplained high-end watches far beyond what his salary could afford has urged the top man to give a hearty shoe-ing to a minister who had the temerity to suggest he would have resigned had he been in similar shoes .. Maybe next stop in this opera is saying the watches were really lent to deputy dawg by Ying baby but they actually belonged to the Boss .. 

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9 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

I am so shocked you would say something so unkind about my despot boss. He is only amassing billions of dollars, as is Little P., at the expense of the good Thai people. And when found with luxury goods, they are always borrowed. I must run and tell the little man what this minister said. He is being disobedient. We must treat him exactly the same way a truthful person in the Trump administration would be treated. There is no room for truth in Thai politics. Let us continue to deflect, lie, obfuscate and deny. And use arcane, oppressive and ridiculously paranoid laws to protect us. 

 

Same with the former police chief recently. Oh, why are you making such a big deal about me borrowing 300 million baht? It is already paid back. Why take offense at that?

Obviously the education minister should resign. He sets a bad example of putting truth, honour and reputation above other things. What might students think? They aren't supposed to think. A good student is an obedient drone, this makes a good citizen.

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41 minutes ago, Donutz said:

He sets a bad example of putting truth, honour and reputation above other things.

Only insofar as it pertains to other people doing wrong:
 

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Also on Tuesday, Ruangkrai Leekijwattana, a former Pheu Thai member and senator, said he would send Dr Teerakiat a letter asking him to consider resigning.

 

According to his asset disclosure to the National Anti-Corruption Commission, the psychiatrist held 5,000 Siam Cement Plc shares (SCC), worth 2.4 million baht based on the closing price on Tuesday.

The Constitutional Court ruled in 2010 that SCC shares were “concession shares” since the company operated on state concessions. The 2017 constitution prohibits a cabinet minister who has such shares from taking the position, Mr Ruangkrai said.

 

NACC spokesman Worawit Sukboon said on Tuesday the NACC would consider the complaint and look into facts before deciding whether to set up a panel to handle the investigation.

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, crazykopite said:

I am surprised that the family of the deceased man who owned all these luxury watches that he loaned to the General have not demanded them back .

 

It's quite difficult for non-existent people to demand anything.

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7 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

I am so shocked you would say something so unkind about my despot boss. He is only amassing billions of dollars, as is Little P., at the expense of the good Thai people. And when found with luxury goods, they are always borrowed. I must run and tell the little man what this minister said. He is being disobedient. We must treat him exactly the same way a truthful person in the Trump administration would be treated. There is no room for truth in Thai politics. Let us continue to deflect, lie, obfuscate and deny. And use arcane, oppressive and ridiculously paranoid laws to protect us. 

 

Same with the former police chief recently. Oh, why are you making such a big deal about me borrowing 300 million baht? It is already paid back. Why take offense at that?

Trump. Seriously? :saai:

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8 hours ago, Donutz said:

Obviously the education minister should resign. He sets a bad example of putting truth, honour and reputation above other things. What might students think? They aren't supposed to think. A good student is an obedient drone, this makes a good citizen.

 

Quite correct. The lack of willingness to allow the students to be free thinkers, to be creative, allow them to express themselves, and be individuals is of tremendous detriment to Thai society. It stunts the development of self esteem. Part of the reason why such a high percentage of Thai adults have relatively low self esteem, and part of the reason why face becomes such an ugly issue later on in life.

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They should mock him, asking all the time "What time is it?" :) That be funny

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