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BANGKOK 17 December 2018 06:57
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Shinawatra extradition efforts hurt by 'false perceptions': PM Prayut

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It's still his pain in his ass not being able to catch them. And also not having the capacity to accept that most countries would not accept junta's law of a Micky mouse PM

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24 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

As multi billionaires with bought citizenship and passports from whatever banana countries, with their own private planes, they can easily afford to go shopping wherever they fancy. Who says crime doesn't pay?

 

I doubt there is one correctly made request for an extradition despite both having outstanding warrants for their arrest here. 

 

But in the meantime, did you miss all the meetings, visits here, visits overseas, of many countries strengthening their relationships with Thailand and its current government? Seems like they are bothered !

Ah yes,outstanding warrants ,sentenced by the same people who kicked them out in the first place,I remember Prayuth said there is warrant with interpol,but banana countries like the UK or Germany can't be bothered

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There could not bring back a plate off som tam if ther want to.The Red Bull guy is more importend ,he is taking the piss .What happen to him ??

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45 minutes ago, slk350 said:

There could not bring back a plate off som tam if ther want to.The Red Bull guy is more importend ,he is taking the piss .What happen to him ??

I’m thinking he must have upgraded his “not wanted in exile” package to include little extras like piss taking

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Yes the misunderstandng is that the laws are not valid or charges. All done by a coup leader lol.

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Happy valentine's day

Gen prayut

xoxo

Ying baby

Bro thaksin

 

 

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1 hour ago, mrmicbkktxl said:

Ah yes,outstanding warrants ,sentenced by the same people who kicked them out in the first place,I remember Prayuth said there is warrant with interpol,but banana countries like the UK or Germany can't be bothered

wrong there is no warrant these charges are not accepted by international leaders period. Treason comes to mind 

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Yep - A military coup against an elected government and the indefinite delay of elections is a pretty good way to create false perceptions. 

 

Maybe the PM should reflect on how he has created those perceptions. Don't blame others for the mess you have created.

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1 hour ago, jonclark said:

Yep - A military coup against an elected government and the indefinite delay of elections is a pretty good way to create false perceptions. 

 

Maybe the PM should reflect on how he has created those perceptions. Don't blame others for the mess you have created.

Yup.

 

But hang on..."Don't blame others for the mess you have created"...that's a pretty tall order fella;you are going against the national spirit of things-Thai Niyom and all that.

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10 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

No, it was political theater and nothing more.

 

You had your nice little show trial, but forgot that the world was watching.

 

All I can say now is enjoy all the photos that will be coming from Yingluck and Thaksin for next loooooong while.

 

Have a good vaca, Ying-baby!

 

He did not mention the laws that he broke

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10 hours ago, Chang_paarp said:

Maybe they understand, but not the message the Junta was pushing

or maybe they understood the message the junta was pushing and were having nothing to do with it

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It's never gonna happen. But let's just say it did.

Extradition and arrival of both the Shins. Mr T and Mrs Y.

Mr P really does not want this to happen, because he knows, especially with Mr T's arrival, it will be the straw that broke the camel's back.

All hell would be let loose.

The guy is still revered up here in these parts like a Holy Saint.

The Homecoming....

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6 hours ago, Becker said:

Steven, buddy; I have been living in Thailand since the early Nineties and have seen numerous juntas come and go, and while the present bunch of lowlifes have outlasted many of their predecessors the end is nigh.

There's just too many scandals for the real power brokers to accept. Your hero has proven he has the integrity of a particularly dishonest used car salesman and his morals are...well, flexible. Add to that breathtakingly poor leadership abilities, a frail ego and a mediocre mind (at best) and we might see your hero do a quick and dishonorable exit fairly soon.  Maybe that's why the little junta leader blows his top at the mere mention of the Shins.

My worry is this buddy; will you be ready for the move away from Thailand as well? Because when elections are finally held I can absolutely, unequivocally guarantee you that the result will not be to your liking. Hell, we can even see the return of the unmentionable on!!!

Are you ready, Steven??

 

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Reading your second paragraph I thought I saw orange for a moment, same,same, different hair colour.

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