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"My mummy sold me for sex with an old man on the council" - teacher goes to Chonburi cops with 12 year old's school essay

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9 hours ago, clockman said:

When you lift a stone in Thailand. Always something nasty!

"When you lift a stone ANYWHERE where men have power.  Always something nasty."

 

There, fixed it for you.

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43 minutes ago, tomwct said:

Sometimes Thai Culture is not what it looks like! 

Very few things in Thailand are as they  appear. Masters of smoke and mirrors, to cover up that is a morally bankrupt society and to prevent anyone losing face.

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9 hours ago, Lammbock said:

I blame the Thai government. They do not support the poor people enough to live a decent life.

Anyone who expects the government to take care of them is fooling themselves.

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It appears to me that the Thais don't think raping little children is a serious crime, otherwise why are there so many cases.

If no severe punishment is seen then it would go on and on.

These are reported cases what about those not reported? There must be a lot more.

Are there some kind of laws in this country?

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9 hours ago, Tilacme said:

Gets my vote for the most ridicules comment award.

But in a way hes right. 

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Our Thai Minister of Tourism a few months ago was claiming that Thailand was not a 'sexual' place and she coined a slogan..... "No SEX Please,   We ARE THAI"...........

After Mae Hong Son and Korat and Rayong and Khon Kaen (among others).... I haven't heard her promoting that slogan any longer....... The 'PROOF' is here that SEX isn't a thing that 'only farangs' are coming here for............... LOL.......

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I hope this child is able to tell her story anomalously so other children understand they do not have to do it and there are people out there to help.

 

I also here the child has been sent to a children's home, how terrible they still have those awful place these days, much better the child be fostered out to a trusted and vetted family.

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No such thing as family loyalty in this neck of the woods is there?. grab what you can seems to be the done thing and sod the rest.

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So why didn't the police act more quickly and actually go to the offices themselves?

Seems like the press were hot-off-the-foot to get there for a story, now the man in question has obviously done the usual runner !

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21 hours ago, darksidedog said:

That is utterly tragic for the poor little girl, and doubly tragic that it came at the hands of her own mother.

I hope the mum and the council man are both absolutely hammered by the courts, for their utterly disgraceful actions.

Well done to the teacher for doing the right thing. This is an evil that has to be wiped out.


I don't understand why this case is so particular.
Almost everywhere in Thailand, Thai girls who have their first menstruation are sold for sex to the highest bidder.
I have witnessed that myself on a few occasions.
It's a "tradition" of Thailand.
Stop this Hypocrisie and carry on with your traditions.

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43 minutes ago, Confuscious said:


I don't understand why this case is so particular.
Almost everywhere in Thailand, Thai girls who have their first menstruation are sold for sex to the highest bidder.
I have witnessed that myself on a few occasions.
It's a "tradition" of Thailand.
Stop this Hypocrisie and carry on with your traditions.

I hope increased social media coverage will highlight this case (and any other), that appropriate punishment is received by both the mother and the pervert - and then maybe there will be a cleaning up of such illegal 'traditions'. Social media is a powerful weapon in today's world towards righting 'wrongs' and shaming/blaming those who procure such despicable acts on underage girls. There is no hypocrisy in that.

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10 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

I hope increased social media coverage will highlight this case (and any other), that appropriate punishment is received by both the mother and the pervert - and then maybe there will be a cleaning up of such illegal 'traditions'. Social media is a powerful weapon in today's world towards righting 'wrongs' and shaming/blaming those who procure such despicable acts on underage girls. There is no hypocrisy in that.


For me, it is the same Hypocrisy as mutilation of a baby girl genitals by Islam and by Juifs.
It is a tradition for them, and social media has little or no impact on that tradition.
A lot of traditions around the world are not acceptable or even unlawful.
Do you really believe that Social Media will stop these traditions?
The you are delisional.

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12 hours ago, Chou Anou said:

"When you lift a stone ANYWHERE where men have power.  Always something nasty."

 

There, fixed it for you.

I protest, I am a man and have raised two step daughters from little girls to well adjusted adults, I, as a man, like many others here, consider myself to be a decent human being.

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6 minutes ago, Confuscious said:


For me, it is the same Hypocrisy as mutilation of a baby girl genitals by Islam and by Juifs.
It is a tradition for them, and social media has little or no impact on that tradition.
A lot of traditions around the world are not acceptable or even unlawful.
Do you really believe that Social Media will stop these traditions?
The you are delisional.

I sincerely hope you are wrong. And amazed that you consider this particular Thailand 'tradition' appropriate. I also understand that more educated societies that (used to) perform genital mutilation are moving towards letting the girl choose her way of life. That has been reported/discussed in social media.  

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3 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

I sincerely hope you are wrong. And amazed that you consider this particular Thailand 'tradition' appropriate. I also understand that more educated societies that (used to) perform genital mutilation are moving towards letting the girl choose her way of life. That has been reported/discussed in social media.  

I never said that I find this or any other "tradition" appropriate.
That must be an invention of your mind to score a point.
Can you show me where I said that I find this appropriate?

And as I said, social media can discuss/report these things as much as you please.
But in reality NOTHING CHANGES.
Thai are discussing already a lot of time on social media and by Law to reduce traffic accidents, but they still drive without a helmet, without a proper insurance and defiying the basic rules of traffic.

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