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On 09/08/2017 at 4:58 AM, robblok said:

 

But that all does not matter for the faithful red lovers here, they think voting is all what matters... and a convicted criminal paying the salaries of the MP's and controlling it all as his personal party is the most normal thing there is.

There is no proof this situation exists. Otherwise Pryut would have had the excuse to close it down long ago.

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Think this is rather clever of PT to throw up few potential names to keep the junta guessing and the NACC with no target. 

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It's so funny how the junta-apologists on this forum get a fresh wind when anything to do with PTP comes up. Many of those posters were proclaiming the current govt to be the "best ever" just days after the coup , presumably on the basis of cleaning up some beach-chair scams and promises to end corruption. While they don't go on with that line so much these days , (embarrassed into silence?),a few still leap back onto the perch to parrot the old furphies about PTP in stories like this.

 

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There is no proof this situation exists. Otherwise Pryut would have had the excuse to close it down long ago.

No proof does not mean its not true its easy to make sure the money is not traceable.

Everyone believing that Thaksin is NOT controlling the PTP is living in fantasy land.
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It's so funny how the junta-apologists on this forum get a fresh wind when anything to do with PTP comes up. Many of those posters were proclaiming the current govt to be the "best ever" just days after the coup , presumably on the basis of cleaning up some beach-chair scams and promises to end corruption. While they don't go on with that line so much these days , (embarrassed into silence?),a few still leap back onto the perch to parrot the old furphies about PTP in stories like this.
 

You can be against the shins and not agree with all the junta does.
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37 minutes ago, robblok said:

No proof does not mean its not true...

This I believe, is the motto ion the Thai courts.

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39 minutes ago, robblok said:

You can be against the shins and not agree with all the junta does.

I guess you can, it's a bit silly though, kind of like watching a game of football and hoping both sides lose.

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On 8/9/2017 at 11:30 AM, worgeordie said:

"the party had plenty of quality people to choose from.", name one

regards worgeordie

Chaturon Chaiseng, in my view. 

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On 8/8/2017 at 7:15 PM, Baerboxer said:

What a joke.

 

Everyone knows who will choose the leader.

And until such ingrained consciousness and behind the curtains control is banished from the accepted way of life here, things will always remain the same.

 

Cycle of twisted rhetoric.

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On 8/9/2017 at 9:15 AM, Baerboxer said:

What a joke.

Everyone knows who will choose the leader. Must be spoiled for choice though with all those "quality people" to select from! :whistling:

What's the problem with that.

Whichever leader is chosen they remain absolutely powerless without gaining the support of a majority off Thais via an election.

If the people think the chosen leader lacks "quality" they simply won't vote for them and said leader will remain powerless.

No jokes here.

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21 hours ago, Prbkk said:

It's so funny how the junta-apologists on this forum get a fresh wind when anything to do with PTP comes up. Many of those posters were proclaiming the current govt to be the "best ever" just days after the coup , presumably on the basis of cleaning up some beach-chair scams and promises to end corruption. While they don't go on with that line so much these days , (embarrassed into silence?),a few still leap back onto the perch to parrot the old furphies about PTP in stories like this.

 

All this aside, I find it most odd that supposedly connected, reasoned, and intelligent folk can acquire a deep and steadfast Junta-apologist manner about themselves - in a rather creepy loyalist stance.

 

All to interesting to examine the whys and wherefores of their state.

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11 minutes ago, zzaa09 said:

All this aside, I find it most odd that supposedly connected, reasoned, and intelligent folk can acquire a deep and steadfast Junta-apologist manner about themselves - in a rather creepy loyalist stance.

 

All to interesting to examine the whys and wherefores of their state.

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3 hours ago, robblok said:

You can be against the shins and not agree with all the junta does.

 

1 hour ago, tomta said:

You can be against the junta and not agree with everything the shins do

 

You can be against some of the things the junta does, and against some of the things TRT/PPP/PTP did  ...

 

2 hours ago, Yinglove said:

I guess you can, it's a bit silly though, kind of like watching a game of football and hoping both sides lose.

 

...  and still hope that democracy and freedom eventually win ! :wai:

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After all the blah blah woof woof about "democracy" etc ...the current administration is probably the best(for most Thais) in Thailand's history.

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