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60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

Erstellt von Mr_X, 03.04.2010, 20:04 Uhr · 1.534 Antworten · 52.086 Aufrufe

  1. #941
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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Ist natürlich leicht die gegenüberliegende Seiten zu kritisieren und Fehler aufzuzeigen. Mancher Member dehnt gewisse Szenen weiter aus (Geschichtenerzähler).

    Bukeo, ich warte immer noch auf (nur) einen Beweis, dass lt. Deiner Beschuldigung ich ein Rotgesinnter sei.

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  3. #942
    Bukeo
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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Zitat Zitat von Silom",p="850073

    Bukeo, ich warte immer noch auf (nur) einen Beweis, dass lt. Deiner Beschuldigung ich ein Rotgesinnter sei.
    ist anhand deinen Beiträgen zu entnehmen. Kann ja sein, das du neutral bist, kommt aber nicht so rüber.

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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Zitat Zitat von Bukeo",p="850076
    Zitat Zitat von Silom",p="850073

    Bukeo, ich warte immer noch auf (nur) einen Beweis, dass lt. Deiner Beschuldigung ich ein Rotgesinnter sei.
    ist anhand deinen Beiträgen zu entnehmen. Kann ja sein, das du neutral, kommt aber nicht so rüber.
    Verstehe ich nicht. Welche Beiträge? Oder bedeutet wer nicht ausnahmslos gegen UDD plädiert wird in diese Grube gestossen?

    Heisst das, obwohl ich nicht rigeros gegen Rot stimme, habe ich einen isaanischen Grund, der meine Gedanken lenkt? ;-D

    Erzähl mal.

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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    hier was interesantes, da hat sich mal einer selber ein bild von gemacht und kommt zu einem anderen ergebnis als die darstellung aus dem öffentlichem tv und radio. na sowat


    http://blog.nationmultimedia.com/max.../04/27/entry-1

    guckt schnell, das ist bestimmt bald weg

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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Zitat Zitat von J-M-F",p="850236
    Respekt, das dies dort ueberhaupt erstmal erscheinen durfte.

    ... it´s not chaos, confusion and anarchy that is ruling the country. Rather this government has completely lost the support of most of the country in spite of media censorship, distortion of news, fear and hate campaigns, endless tirades of lies and biased TV commentary. In spite of total information black out by government media you have to be aware that nothing is simply as it is depicted on TV or the Bangkok Post or the Nation.
    Nur: dies ist ja eine voellig andere Sicht der Dinge als die Abhisit Fans im Nittaya bislang propagierten.



    Und ehe es wirklich schnell verschwindet:

    Tuesday , April 27 , 2010
    Revolution
    Posted by MaxHeadroom , Reader : 319 , 12:17:58
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    Yesterday I have been traveling to Bangkok to get a first hand impression on the situation. After roughly 1,000 km on the road in 20h I am tired but happy and relieved. I have now found clarity - I can only compare this to looking through a glass of Absolut Vodka and a glass of 100 Pipers.

    Firstly, it was a speedy and record breaking drive with little traffic (actually quite below normal) in spite of two truck accidents that would have normally caused significant traffic jams in no time. There were a total of only 4 army checkpoints along them way - compared to 7 by the high way police doing their normal routine. The army checkpoints featured traffic police looking casual and a few bored soldiers sitting in a road side tent watching people drive past. I was not stopped a single time neither for a check nor for my rather speedy driving style - after all the roads were rather empty on the way to Bangkok.

    All along the way there was noticeable red shirt presence - flags, stand-by teams, neighborhood watch like squads in pick-up trucks. The opposition now mostly wears ´multi-color´ yet there are codes to recognize friends from foe and good tactical organization carried out with a high degree of discipline. Practically every army and police post is surrounded by one or more red posts. The atmosphere is amicable. They are supported by a massive number of trucks of which we tried to take a count but there were just too many - relocating at night from their positions. All in all there were around 900 trailer trucks in the 40 ton category on a 32km stretch of road on route south while many parked at strategic intersections along the friendship highway. Each one of them is capable to block one direction of the highway at any time, entirely if need be. But there are thousands. Still traffic was better than normal.

    About 10 km from Wang Noi Ayudhya is a strategic position and permanent red encampment. Though difficult to tell by color how many, they manage to turn back about any army convoy incoming from Saraburi. Right in front of me a convoy of two loading trucks transporting 4 armored personnel carriers was turned back by a protester on a U-turn. All of this is very organized and professional, still this new ´revolutionary traffic guards´ risk their lives when stopping a 50-60 ton trailer by standing right in front. The army men not wanting to kill anyone turn back at these check points also in a highly disciplined fashion.

    It´s a positive experience - there outside of Bangkok Thais don´t want to kill Thais - for no government, no junta, no extremist movement.

    At this point I would like to share some clarity with you my friends on this blog with you - it´s not chaos, confusion and anarchy that is ruling the country. Rather this government has completely lost the support of most of the country in spite of media censorship, distortion of news, fear and hate campaigns, endless tirades of lies and biased TV commentary. In spite of total information black out by government media you have to be aware that nothing is simply as it is depicted on TV or the Bangkok Post or the Nation.

    All of what you see is really just the last attempt of a desperate junta trying to control information from reaching the people of Bangkok that are now bunkering in their city in fear instead of reaching out for the rest of the country.

    Fact is this government has long lost the support of the police and it has lost the rank and file support of the armed forces as well as a good part of military commanders that do not want to become a toy for politics anymore. There is nothing that Abhisit can really do about that expect try himself in make belief and hope to hold out a bit longer.

    But what good does that do?

    Mr. Abhisit - please call it a day. Let the country move on. Please step down.

    There is no chaos or anarchy - just simple civil disobedience by the citizens of this country that want to move on and hold free and fair new elections.

    My dear friends - there is nothing to fear, no great meltdown of Thai society, no one wanting a civil war, no desire by the Thai armed forces to kill anyone anymore, no hideous terrorists other than agitators paid by the few people that want to stay in power no matter what and belief they can stop what is happening now.

    [highlight=yellow:8030b58a5f]It´s a peaceful revolution.[/highlight:8030b58a5f] The shadow rulers, their media and Mr. Abhisit can try to defame it, lie about it, have you fear, try a few times to kill it but nothing they say has any truth to it or can stop it anymore.

    The bulk of Thai society is not as divided anymore as our government would like us to belief - that is just silly propaganda.

    The solution for now is simple - step down, new election and reforms. Sure the later won´t come easy but I am more optimistic than ever.

    The State of the Nation, the State of Thailand is indeed quite strong.

    Remove the confusion get clarity.

    To do that first change your info to something that isn´t cheap booze and causes hangovers the next day.

    When I encircled downtown Bangkok yesterday with all the traffic jams and crazy express way loops and the bad city planning nothing was more clear to me than that the real problems are all in there, come from there and must be solved there - by everyone in this country as Bangkok cannot help itself or reform itself and thus will prevent the nation from moving forward and our society from making any progress. To achieve that we have to make people in Bangkok see, come to them and invite them our homes to become part of our country again rather than be the country.

    So let´s get rid of this government - there´s no time to lose and we have to move on. The truth is on our side, the cause is just, the success will prove it right.

    No more worries, no more fear, together impossible is nothing.

    Over any out.

  7. #946
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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Zitat Zitat von J-M-F",p="850236
    Sehr löblicher Bericht, der auch ein wenig Hoffnung weckt. Wo bleibt der Einwand von Bukeo? Bukeo...!? :-)

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    strike, der Satz "its a peaceful revolution" ist einfach nur eine glatte Luege :-) .

    Die "Roten" sind an Agressionspotential kaum zu ueberbieten.

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    ;-D

    Rot, rot, rot die UDD ist besser als gut...tut. tut. tuuuuuuuuuut, alle Anderen sind einfach nur schlecht - mein leiber Specht!




    Noch VIEL Spass Junxz!

  10. #949
    MOE
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    Re: 60.000 Rothemden legen Touristenviertel in BKK lahm

    Da hat sich die Maximale Durchfahrtshöhe so wenig Mühe gegeben, seine propagandistische Absicht zu verbergen, und trotzdem fallen immer noch einige hier im Forum darauf herein.

    Auf Deutsch übersetzt wäre das selbst unter Walter Ulbricht unzensiert im "Neues Deutschland" erschienen.

    "Die Revolution der tapferen thailändischen Arbeiter und Bauern steht kurz vor dem entscheidenden Sieg gegen die Kräfte der Reaktion und des Militarismus".


    MfG

    MOE

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    Keine Angst MOE :-) .

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