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It looks like Thai language has a word that means couledtion.

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Reconciliation...does that translate from the Thai phrase "Army Way or the Highway?"

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ID: 24   Posted (edited)

11 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

There must be someone high up in the military thinking

'I couldn't do much worse than this clown'.

 

Im sure there are many 1,000's at the bottom who think the same.

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18 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

There must be someone high up in the military thinking

'I couldn't do much worse than this clown'.

They are all clowns. Brought up to know no better.

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ID: 26   Posted (edited)

I assume his book about Thai history contains 19 empty pages.

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ID: 27   Posted (edited)

 

.........if he and the rest of his Green Gangster chums are kept chained up in their kennels, where they belong, taken for walks occasionally and released only to fight wars against foreign invaders and to help with flood relief.

 

Not very appealing to those thoroughly indoctrinated with a medieval concept of the "virtue" and "nobility" of warlordship, and the entitlement that it automatically bestows.

 

That's their world.

 

 

 

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42 minutes ago, arrowsdawdle said:

It looks like Thai language has a word that means couledtion.

"couledtion" ?? ---------- new word for my Google dictionary ??

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4 hours ago, Raymonddiaz said:

if PTP wins again, there will be another coup. ( it's just a circle). But I doubt the next general election is going to be fair and just. ( maybe no election needed because we are so happy with the junta!!! 😁).

You think the elections before were fair & just?

You really think elections once every X years brings democracy and happiness to the people?

 

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1 hour ago, Brer Fox said:

Of course Prawit and his comrades s are quite correct and confident a future coup will not take place. The simple reason being the Generals will ensure the Military Party will "democratically" win the next election by using every means at their disposal thus ensuring they remain in power. No need to even change the place name at the Cabinet Room table.

After that other Thai political parties will be gagged and consigned to the dustbin of history.

 

 

I remembered someone said there will be NO COUP before the coup in 2014? So if I cannot trust the big fish why will I believe the smaller one?

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21 minutes ago, madmitch said:

Which countries have reconciliation between political parties? Communist countries and dictatorships. Most have a healthy political imbalance between various factions. Prayut does not seem to understand politics and democracy.

And that imbalance surely brings happiness to the people?

Really?

In my view elections make me choose between bad and bad.

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A coup this year? Shows how little the Washington Post understands what's been going on in Thailand.

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3 minutes ago, hansnl said:

You think the elections before were fair & just?

You really think elections once every X years brings democracy and happiness to the people?

 

 

You're one of them.

 

Like them you only understand one language.

 

I hope you are in Thailand when the population wakes up and realises that it is the only language to use against them.

 

 

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3 hours ago, ezzra said:

All things are wearisome; Man is not able to tell it. The eye is not satisfied with seeing, Nor is the ear filled with hearing. That which has been is that which will be, And that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun. Is there anything of which one might say, "See this, it is new "? Already it has existed for ages Which were before us.…

 

Ecclesiastes 1:9

 The ever spinning wheel that brings back always the same ... that's part of buddhist philosophy ... but in real , it's not a wheel , it's a spiral that leads to somewhere or something . It might look similar , but it is not the same ...

 

Like some thai ladies say : " same same ,but different "

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While I'd never say never, they seem to have "coup-proofed" the country with

 

managed constitution

"organic" laws

judiciary/courts

appointed senate

selected PM (green only, Prayut one assumes, reluctantly)

fixed proportional/party list combo for lower house

media gag laws

computer crimes laws

defamation laws

corruption

power/strength/guns/soldiers

 

 

There is virtually no way for the masses to achieve any sort of "majority".

 

 

They've basically closed every potential outlet for democratic representation, through trial and error since 2006, to why would they need another coup.

 

Not to say there may not be intra-Army squabbles, but even those are settled with a sharing of the honey-pot, so every on is happy, and no counter-coup.

 

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Gen Prawit confirms there won't be another coup this year

 

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BANGKOK, 3 February 2017 (NNT) - Defense Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan said if the reconciliation process is successful, democracy will be restored and Thailand will never have another coup again. 

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit dismissed a report by an American news agency which claimed that Thailand is the second country most likely to have a military coup this year. Gen Prawit assured that such practice will not happen if national unity is achieved. 

He added that people will elect their representatives to run the country when general elections take place and the army will go back to being under the management of a civilian government. Gen Prawit insisted that all military units are unified and that a coup to topple the current administration is very unlikely.

 
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-- nnt 2017-02-03

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