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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 5:15 am    Post subject: THAILAND, BANGKOK, NWO Takeover  Reply with quote



Thailand Imposes Curfew After Riots Kill at Least 25
May 16, 2010
Thailand will impose a curfew Sunday and send Red Cross workers to evacuate women and children from
Bangkok's deadly protest zone where 25 people have been killed in four days of street battles between anti-government demonstrators and troops.

A towering column of black smoke rose over the city Sunday as protesters facing off with troops set fire to tires serving as a barricade.
Elsewhere, they doused a police traffic post with gasoline and torched it as sporadic gunfire rang out.

The government said a curfew has become necessary to stop the armed members of the so-called Red Shirt protest movement.
Journalists have seen some of them carrying guns, but most have used homemade fire bombs and fireworks.

"We cannot let people with weapons in their hands walk around here and there," army spokesman Col. Sansern Kaewkamnerd said.
"Terrorist groups have tried to create a situation where shots are fired at military and police officers to instigate misunderstanding among them that officers are attacking each other," he said.

The timing and the exact locations of the curfew will be announced later, he said.
The spiraling violence has raised concerns of sustained, widespread chaos in Thailand -
a key U.S. ally and Southeast Asia's most popular tourist destination that promotes its easygoing culture as the "Land of Smiles."

Speaking on his weekly television program, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva insisted he was left with no choice but a military operation to end the country's two-month-old crisis.
"Overall, I insist the best way to prevent losses is to stop the protest. The protest creates conditions for violence to occur. We do realize at the moment that the role of armed groups is increasing each day," he said.

The Red Shirts have occupied a 1-square-mile (3-square-kilometer) zone, barricaded by tires and bamboo spikes,
in one of the capital's ritziest areas, Rajprasong, since mid-March to push their demands for Abhisit to resign immediately, dissolve Parliament and call new elections.
The Red Shirts, drawn mostly from the rural and urban poor, say Abhisit's coalition government came to power through
manipulation of the courts and the backing of the powerful military, and that it symbolizes a national elite indifferent to the poor.

Sansern said the government will send the Red Cross and voluntary organizations into the protest zone to "invite or persuade people, especially women, children and older people to leave the area."

On Sunday, hundreds of women and children moved to a sprawling Buddhist temple compound within the protest zone, fearing a crackdown.
In Thai tradition, temples are considered safe havens where no weapons are allowed.

About 5,000 people are believed camped in the zone, down from about 10,000 before fighting started Thursday after a sniper shot and seriously wounded a Red Shirt leader,
a former army general who was the Red Shirt military strategist. His condition worsened Sunday, doctors said.

After his shooting, fighting quickly spread to nearby areas, which became a no-man's land as the army set up barriers in a wider perimeter around Rajprasong.
The area already resembles a curfew zone with no public transport or private vehicles.
Most shops, hotels, supermarkets and businesses in the area are shut.
The government has shut off power, water and food supplies to the core protest zone.

Schools were ordered shut Monday in all of Bangkok. Long lines formed at supermarkets outside the protest zone as people rushed to stock up on food.
At least 54 people have been killed and more than 1,600 wounded since the protests began mid-March, according to the government. The dead include 25 killed since Thursday.

"I'm asking Abhisit not to shoot children, women and old people. Come kill us (men) instead," said a Red Shirt leader, Jatuporn Prompan. "Once the authorities stop shooting at protesters, the death toll will stop rising."

On Saturday, soldiers blocked major roads and pinned up notices of a "Live Firing Zone" in one area of Bangkok.
Demonstrators dragged away the bodies of three people from sidewalks in that area -- shot by army snipers, they claimed.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch on Saturday called on the Thai government to revoke the fire zones and negotiate an end to the fighting.

"It's a small step for soldiers to think `live fire zone' means `free fire zone,' especially as violence escalates," the rights watchdog said in a statement.
The clashes are the most prolonged and deadliest bout of political violence that Thailand has faced in decades despite having a history of coups -- 18 since it became a constitutional monarchy in 1932.

The crisis appeared to be near a resolution last week when Abhisit offered to hold elections in November, a year early. But the hopes were dashed after Red Shirt leaders made more demands.
The political uncertainty has spooked foreign investors and damaged the vital tourism industry, which accounts for 6 percent of the economy, Southeast Asia's second largest.

The Thai Red Cross said its blood supplies are running low and invited people to donate blood.
The Red Shirts especially despise the military, which forced Thaksin Shinawatra, the populist premier favored by the Red Shirts, from office in a 2006 coup.
Two subsequent pro-Thaksin governments were disbanded by court rulings before Abhisit became prime minister.

Thai government sets new ultimatum in Bangkok protests

I do not know if these riots are political or economic.  Its hard to tell.
I think its BOTH.  So I put it also on WORLD ECONOMY thread.

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Bangkok police use tear gas on protesters besieging govt buildings December 01, 2013 (PHOTOS) Police dispersed activists with tear gas who were attempting to storm Bangkok’s Government House amidst deadly clashes in the Thai capital. Opposition protesters are calling for the ouster of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawtra.
Anti-government activists, seeking to storm the Government House, ripped down barriers outside the official building, reporters told AFP. In response the Bangkok police fired tear gas canisters and used water cannons to push back the crowd of protesters. Prime Minister Yingluck has vacated the Government House and is overseeing the situation from an undisclosed location in the city. Hundreds of activists also took control of Thai state broadcaster PBS.

The opposition protest movement has pledged to topple the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawtra and install a “people’s council.” On Sunday protest leader, Suthep Thaugsuban, called on his supporters to push for the ouster of the Shinawatra government.
Anti-government protests having been happening in the Thai capital for the past 7 days and had been relatively peaceful. On Saturday night demonstrations descended into violence as anti-government activists attacked a pro-government rally.
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Thai protest leader vows to escalate offensive
Dec 3, 2013
Opposition leader vowed to escalate his campaign to topple Thailand's government, and ordered his followers to storm Bangkok's police headquarters.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said she is willing to do anything it takes to end the violent protests but made it clear she cannot accept the opposition's demand to hand power to an unelected council.
Yingluck was elected with an overwhelming majority in 2011, and many observers see the protesters' demand as unreasonable if not outlandish.

"Right now we don't see any way to resolve the problem under the constitution," she said in the brief 12-minute news conference televised live.
Yingluck's comments highlighted the unusual political deadlock Thailand finds itself in with no clear solution in sight. The standoff intensified as protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban gave a defiant speech late Monday to thousands of cheering supporters at a government complex they seized last week when the anti-government demonstrations started.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2014 5:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thailand Crisis Neglected
Feb. 23, 2014
 I knew this was going on but chose not to follow it.
The entire world is in uproar.  Across Africa is also fighting, Muslims killing Christians.

Thailand anti-government rebellion
Attackers threw explosives and shot at demonstrators at a rally called by the People's Democratic Reform Committee.
Tensions across Thailand have escalated since a wave of anti-government protests began in 2013 November.
The rebels want PM Yingluck Shinawatra to resign, but she has refused.

Thai govt supporters promise to get tough with Bangkok protesters
Leaders of the pro-government United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), who support Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, promised “to get tough” with anti-government protesters who have paralyzed parts of Bangkok. "This fight will be harder than any other.You must think how we can deal with Suthep [Thaugsuban, anti-government leader] and those supporting him," said Jatuporn Prompan, a UDD leader and senior member of the ruling Puea Thai Party. It is unclear whether Jatuporn was calling for an armed struggle or not. His speech came after just hours after gunmen shot at an anti-government protest stage and threw explosive devices in the Khao Saming district of the eastern province of Trat, which killed at least one person and wounded dozens.

The price of rice rolls the dice
The political crisis in Thailand finds itself neglected among world issues. As violence erupts in the Ukraine, Egypt, and Syria, (following Tunesia, Libya, Sudan) the situation in Thailand is not attracting world attention.
The crisis in Thailand began in November of 2013. The rebels accuse PM Yingluck Shinawatra of being unduly influenced by her brother, Thaksin, former prime minister, living now in Dubai.
One of these policies involved paying subsidies to rice farmers. The export of rice is a vital component of the Thai economy.
The price of rice from Thailand exceeds that of rice from Vietnam and India, due to these subsidies. The result has been damaging to the overall Thai economy.

New Graft Accusations
With more bloodshed in Bangkok, the chances of the generals intervening to end the crisis are increasing.
Yingluck accused of graft associated with her program to buy rice from farmers at above-market prices, resulting in rice that the government cannot sell.

Thailand tourism hurt
Hotels and shops in Bangkok, Phuket, and other Thai destinations emphasize the strong tie between Thailand and China.
But 70% fewer Chinese tourists visited

Whats happening and why in Thailand
As the political situation in Thailand worsens with deaths on Bangkok's streets this week, CNN takes a look at the root causes of the protests, and what the latest developments might mean for the country's political future.
Who is protesting and why?
Unlike the 2010 protests, which saw red-shirted supporters of ousted Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra turn out in force, this time around it is opponents of his younger sister Yingluck Shinawatra's government who are protesting in the capital.
As with previous protests, the country is largely divided between a younger, educated urban middle-class and a conservative class of poor rural voters, largely from the north of the country. It is the former group who have taken to the streets and are currently battling the police after months of deepening political division.
The protestors, led by Suthep Thaugsuban -- a deputy prime minister in the previous Abhisit Vejjajiva-led government -- rejected YIngluck poll in early February and are calling for the creation of an unelected "people's council" headed by a premier appointed by Thailand's king.
YIngluck was largely stable until her party attempted to pass a controversial amnesty bill in November.
The bill would have nullified former Prime Minister Thaksin's corruption conviction and would have allowed him to return to the country. The policeman-turned-tycoon has been living in exile in a number of different locations, most recently Dubai, since he was removed in a bloodless coup in 2006.
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Rebellions are ongoing also in Ukraine, Venezuela, Syria, Egypt, across Africa
Rebellion is not far off in the USA


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Street protests resumed in Thailand
Mar 24, 2014
 Anti-government demonstrators in Thailand resumed street protests on Monday after lying low for weeks. Opponents of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra were emboldened by a Constitutional Court decision on Friday to nullify last month's election. The formation of a new administration is delayed, as Yingluck is left in charge of a caretaker government with limited powers. Yingluck has until March 31 to defend herself before the National Anti-Corruption Commission for dereliction of duty over a ruinous rice-buying scheme that has run up huge losses. She could be removed from office by the upper house Senate if the commission recommends her impeachment.

Mar 28, 2014  Friday - Attackers throw grenades at Thai anti-graft office ahead of PM hearing
Grenades were thrown at the offices of Thailand’s anti-corruption agency, police said on Friday. The National Anti-Corruption Commission earlier summoned the prime minister to answer charges of dereliction of duty next week, Reuters reported. Nobody was injured in the overnight attack, the second on the agency’s offices this week. The commission is examining the alleged failure of Yingluck Shinawatra to stop corruption and stem huge losses in a government rice-buying program.

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Thai police foil Hellzballah Passover plot
April 18, 2014
Terrorists prepare attacks on Israeli tourists during Passover.  They were rounded up by the Thai police.   2 are Lebanese-French nationals.
Jewish community leaders in Bangkok urge calm after terrorists arrested, stress that security situation is under control.
Israeli travelers in Thailand were alarmed to hear 2 Hezbollah had been arrested on suspicions of planning a terror attack against them.
Thailand is a popular tourist spot for Israelis.

Thailand to hold new general polls on July 20
April 30, 2014
 Thailand’s government and the state Election Commission have agreed to hold new general polls on July 20, AP reported. The commission announced the date after meeting Wednesday with Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Thailand held a general election on February 2 after Yingluck dissolved parliament’s lower house in response to protests. The Constitutional Court nullified the election results in late March.

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Thailand court ousts PM Shinawatra
May 7, 2014  
Holy Kiev Batman!
A Thai court has ordered Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and several cabinet ministers to step down.  They ruled that Ms Yingluck acted illegally when she transferred her national security head.
The ruling follows months of political deadlock. Anti-government protesters have been trying to oust Ms Yingluck since November 2013.

The remaining cabinet members have nominated the commerce minister to replace Ms Yingluck.
The cabinet has agreed to appoint Niwattumrong Boonsongpaisan to act as caretaker prime minister.
Ms Yingluck had been accused of abuse of power in improperly transferring Thawil Pliensri, her national security chief appointed by the opposition-led administration, in 2011.

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Deadly attack on Thai protest camp in Bangkok
May 15, 2014
Three people have been killed and more than 20 others injured in an attack on an anti-government protest camp in the Thai capital, officials say.
Witnesses reported explosions and gunfire early on Thursday at a protest camp at Bangkok's Democracy Monument.

Protesters have been pressing the Senate to replace the cabinet with an appointed administration.
On Thursday, Thailand's military chief warned that the army could "use force" if political violence continued.

"If violence continues the military may need to come out... to restore peace and order," General Prayuth Chan-ocha said in a statement, adding that the army could be forced to end the violence "in full force".
Thailand has suffered months of deadlock since the protest campaign began in November, with at least 27 people killed and hundreds wounded.

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