Comments on: The Fire Next Time in Thailand Beyond the World news headlines Wed, 16 Nov 2016 20:09:42 +0000 hourly 1 By: blackout Tue, 25 May 2010 07:32:18 +0000 “Thailand’s next eruption seems inevitable.”

now that is the only think i agree with you.

thais don’t fix problem. thais will only blind them self from the problem and keep telling themself that it is going to be ok when it is not ok to keep quite to one another with out really talk to find a common ground.

and most of all, money is god there. people can sell everything from house, land, car, to wife and child for money. that is the real thai culture. don’t believe me? ask those from north and northeast where many parents feel nothing to sell a daughter for money. really ask them why they need money that much and you will see an unthinkable stupid and selfish answer. try it your self.

By: blackout Tue, 25 May 2010 07:27:08 +0000 “The protesters say the government should have negotiated more with them instead of sending in the army.”

and you believe that?

again, saying it without mention that, at first the protesters request a real fixed new election date from the PM, and promised that they will leave bangkok after they get the date.

then the PM offer the election date as they ask which the protester leaders did agree with the road map, but later the protester leaders refuse to leave bangkok as they promised, keep bringup more and more demand. that why we see the crackdown.

all of that just show how little you know or even read a news about it!

By: Vichai_N Mon, 24 May 2010 16:17:32 +0000 The recent Reds rampage of arson and grenade attacks, which resulted in 39 buildings gutted and dozens of lives lost and more scarred were orchestrated by a very vindictive Thaksin Shinawatra, after a Thai court ruling weeks ago confiscated $1.4 billion of his ill-gotten assets. 80

Thailand has a democracy, admittedly an imperfect one as common in most developing Asian countries. So it was a stretch for most Thais to take seriously the Thai Reds protests as espousing ‘democracy\'; and surely enough when PM Abhisit’s government offered a Nov. 14th election and a house dissolution, was rejected by the Reds leader even though that was their objective when they started their protests. 80

The Reds movement is a rebellion no ifs and buts and its cause is to serve the vindictive dark ends of its patron and paymaster Thaksin Shinawatra.