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BANGKOK 18 January 2019 17:33
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Military to be out in full display for Children’s Day

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1 hour ago, Lupatria said:

Dresscode: same camouflage as in pre school?

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Maybe this is why Thai's have such a love affair with guns. who can we kill today

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"Military to be out in full display for Children’s Day" An incredulous headline I thought.

I wonder ... does Thailand have such a thing as a (FoIA) - 'Freedom of Information Act?

Will some Big Wig's feet be put on the 'Trembling Mat' and explain why this was deemed to be necessary for (sic) a Children's Day?  

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To cultivate good ethics to the children, the military should have a mini corruption museum stand displaying all the corrupted acts like the GT200, crony officer appointment, airship, aircraft carrier etc and don't ever forget to display the infamous watchgate. They can also have cardboard cut-outs of those infamous military personalities involved in corruption.

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What days do children go to school....? Up here in the NE it seems like every other day there’s so School. 

 

Children’s Day is great ! 

 

Unfortunately I see far to often Children with no behavior and at times rewarded for it. My two nephews are at the top of the list...

 

Their @ 8 and 10.... spray painted new bicycles someone bought (not me) and while they were at it spray painted two of the motos 

which were both like new.

 

The reward when I saw it... in Laws laughed. Everyday seems like

they wake up especially the older one. What are we going to get into today or break today.... and that’s before going to school in the morning.

 

I don’t understand and I tell the adults you wonder why everything 

is broken. Oh well I don’t buy anything unless it’s needed and put it locked up ..

 

 

 

 

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15 hours ago, roo860 said:

Loved anything to do with guns and military when I was a kid.

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Great Idea .. If kids want to join army or forces why not let them play on the hardware .. Best thing I ever did ... Loved commanding T26B (Chieftain) in my early military career “;0) 

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13 hours ago, JAG said:

No? We can't either, so we call it "peace and order"!

Peace & order as long as you do what we say & wai as we pass!!

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2 hours ago, monkeycu said:

But it was washed for the occasion    :whistling:

Let's hope the driver stays sober.

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14 hours ago, JAG said:

Absolutely, bloody pathetic! All that money spent on kit, Generals galore, the brave defenders of the nation, and the best they can do is a 1951 vintage M41 "Walker Bulldog"!

I despair - a 60 year old panzer!

Billions in nukes, ICBMs, stealth bombers and an invasion or two of neighbors would be more impressive for you?

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"...military tanks and heavy weapons will be seen on the streets of Bangkok" just to remind all and sundry of the nature of 'democracy, Thai style'. 

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2 hours ago, Eric Loh said:

To cultivate good ethics to the children, the military should have a mini corruption museum stand displaying all the corrupted acts like the GT200, crony officer appointment, airship, aircraft carrier etc and don't ever forget to display the infamous watchgate. They can also have cardboard cut-outs of those infamous military personalities involved in corruption.

Plus of course a pine tree type chart with Uncle tuu at the pinnacle and respective Generals Admirals, and crooks with thumbnail pix, all in their respective pecking orders, down the widest part for mere mortals who have to pay for it all.

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It’s simply showing the kiddies the tools you need to be a successful Prime Minister. 

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A really sad state of affairs. Tell me again why I chose to come live here?

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1 hour ago, johnhw said:

Billions in nukes, ICBMs, stealth bombers and an invasion or two of neighbors would be more impressive for you?

I think your irony filters are stuck on high...

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The celebration of Children's Day could be observed better without adults in camouflaged uniforms corrupting the very essence of the events.

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