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Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

Erstellt von Samuianer, 14.04.2009, 10:26 Uhr · 10 Antworten · 588 Aufrufe

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    Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Hier eine Zusammenfassung und Hintergruende der Geschehnisse der letzten Tage seit dem ASEAN Dilemma in Pattaya:


    ...from Thanong Kanthong:





    HAPPY SONGKRAN DAY!


    12:45:

    Finally, before noon Veera Musikapong, later Natthawut Saikua and other key leaders of the Red Shirts gave up. They realised that it would be a futile exercise to continue the fight because their boss, Thaksin Shinawatra, is finished. They were unplugged.

    Yes, Thaksin is finished.


    It will be difficult for him to travel about because most countries would not want to welcome him now after witnessing the riots and espionage activities in Bangkok instigated by his Red Shirt supporters. Thaksin was caught making white and blant lies on CNN and BBC, feeding false information to the global audience that his Red Shirt supporters were fighting for democracy when in fact they were burning Bangkok with espionage tactics.

    Thaksin is finished because he has bet all of his political fortune on April 13, the dark day of Neptune. He played out his winner's take all trump card. He set fires throughout Bangkok on the day that Neptune overshadowed the Sun to manifying its bad omens on Bangkok. He had the big milatary and police bosses on his side, including some politicians in the government wing. He did not forget to move his family out of Thailand a few days before Operation Songkran Inferno. Khunying Orr is now shopping in Dubai, still having plenty of money to spend.

    Thaksin thought he could hold Thailand as his hostage by his remote control as he bargained for his return, his amnesty and his Bt76 billion assets. He thought that a royal petition would come down in his favour because he had Thailand in his palm.

    But his stragtegy backfired. Thaksin failed to get the critical mass support. On the contrary, the residents of Bangkok staged an uprising against his Red Shirt supporters, who were burning Bangkok while Thaksin was acting Nero-like with his karaoke machine.

    This was the critical factor. If the people -- the real people and not the people Thaksin claims he represents -- rise against the Red Shirt movement, then Thaksin can only go under. Thaksin thought that the burning of Bangkok would reach a critical level so that the country would fail into lawlessness and the military would step in to intervene in his favour.

    It did not work.

    The whole world knows that it has been duped by Thaksin all along. Many Thais also are disillusioned by Thaksin's ability to destroy the nation only to exchange for his return to power.

    Now all the Red Shirt leaders will be going to jail, facing treason charges. If you plant a gas-tank trucks and plan to set it ablaze, you are committing an act of terrorism or espionage against the state. It is not too difficult to trace all the way as to who ordered the trucks out onto the streets.

    Abhisit Vejjajiva, the prime minister, has emerged as a strong leader now. His leadership has been transformed overnight, from a lameduck PM forced to cancel the Asean Summit in Pattaya into a leader who could defuse the political crisis in the most subtle way. There has been no losses of life at all from the authorities' crackdown against the Red Shirts. Only two persons have been pronounced dead by the shooting of the Red Shirts.

    Abhisit has prevailed because he managed to bounce out of the corner as the military, the police, the security people and his own political partners had tried to frame him. We have no evidence to substantiate the doubts that these top people formed a link with Thaksin.

    But you don't see the face of Gen Anupong Paochinda nor that of Pol Chief Patcharawat Wongsuwan during the Red Shirt's ambush of the Asean Summit. The security people were not doing their duty at all. They stood idle while the Red Shirts succeeded in ruining the Asean Summit. So far they have not come out to show any responsibility for failing to provide security to the Summit and the regional leaders as well as Thailand's guests.

    Abhisit is known to have sought advice from a special unit, set up in haste under his command. As Thaksin played out his cards one by one, the advisors countered each effectively until Thaksin lost all of his bet.

    At this hour, with the State of Emergency power rested in his hand, Abhisit -- not the army chief -- is the most powerful person in Thailand. He must use this occasion of his rising popularity in curbing the Red Shirts to deal with the failure of the Thai security apparatus, which has been undermining the national interest and including the government's stability.

    We expect to see a reshuffle soon of the top security and peace keeping personnel.

    If Abhisit resorts to his timid Oxford graduate role, he would miss out an opportunity to frame his leadership going forward. Now is the time to do it.
    aus seinem Nationmultimedia Blog

    http://blog.nationmultimedia.com/thanong

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Spot on!

    Cheers, X-Pat

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Zitat Zitat von Samuianer",p="712175
    Hier eine Zusammenfassung und Hintergruende der Geschehnisse der letzten Tage seit dem ASEAN Dilemma in Pattaya:


    ...from Thanong Kanthong:
    sehr gute Zusammenfassung.
    Ob knarfi Englisch kann?

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Zitat Zitat von Samuianer",p="712175
    ...He did not forget to move his family out of Thailand a few days before [highlight=yellow:ef7db569b0]Operation Songkran Inferno[/highlight:ef7db569b0]....
    moin,

    sagt alles in kürze


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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Hier die Vorhersage vom gleichen Autor:

    On Sunday, I wrote that the stars hovering over the City of Angels were radiating exceptional heat. There could be violence starting Sunday evening. But as it turned out, the violence started exactly on Songkran Day.

    My astrologer is almost right on target. To sum it up again, my amateur astrologer has told me that duang muang (the City´s star) is in trouble, with the stars aligned in a complicated position. When King Yodfa founded Bangkok in 1782, the lakhana duang muang (the character of the City of Angels) was represented by the sun, which exemplified strength, boldness and grandeur.


    Lakhana Duang Muang of Bangkok as marked by ancient Thai astrological codification.

    _______________________________

    The sun is being overshadowed by neptune at the lakhana duang muang, which exists in spiritual form. This means that bad omen and events would be hovering over the capital.

    Neptune is now hovering above lakhana duang muang, magnifying its influence over events in Thailand. "We might have a very serious incident this evening and it will deterioriate further," my astrologer said on Sunday.

    But beginning Tuesday of April 14, 2009, Neptune will gradually move out of Lakhana Duang Muang to the right side of the Sun. This means that the bad omen or bad incidents against Bangkok will subside. The situation will improve.

    Thaksin Shinawatra launched his broadside attack against the capital by also consulting the stars above the sky. He had his Red Shirt protesters ravaging Bangkok at a time when his duang or fortune hit the peak. His duang coincides with Neptune movement against the Sun or Lakhana Duang Muang of the City of Angels.

    We are witnessing a fight in both the sky and on the earth.

    http://blog.nationmultimedia.com/tha.../04/13/entry-1
    aus seinem Blog bei der Nation

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Zitat Zitat von waanjai_2",p="712198

    .........gekuerzt.......

    Thaksin Shinawatra launched his broadside attack against the capital by also consulting the stars above the sky. He had his Red Shirt protesters ravaging Bangkok at a time when his duang or fortune hit the peak. .....gekuerzt....


    Diese Episode war mir bekannt!

    Typisch fuer Thaksin!

    Er muss ganz lausige Astrologen haben!

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Ich habe schon ein paar Artikel von diesem Knallkopf gelesen, wenn ich mich recht besinne war er auch ein Befürworter von Tamponkriegsführung.
    Aber im Ernst, der Artikel ist unter "Opinion" zu finden, und als eine solche darf man ihn auch betrachten, wäre ja schade wenn solche Leute ihre Meinung nicht äussern dürften. Nur wäre es auch witzig ab und zu was von einem Rak Chiang Mai 51-Mitglied zu lesen, das wäre sicherlich nicht weniger radikal und erheiternd.. für Leute mit etwas schwarzem Humor natürlich.

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    Zitat Zitat von simon",p="712202
    Ich habe schon ein paar Artikel von diesem Knallkopf gelesen, wenn ich mich recht besinne war er auch ein Befürworter von Tamponkriegsführung.
    Aber im Ernst, der Artikel ist unter "Opinion" zu finden, und als eine solche darf man ihn auch betrachten, wäre ja schade wenn solche Leute ihre Meinung nicht äussern dürften. Nur wäre es auch witzig ab und zu was von einem Rak Chiang Mai 51-Mitglied zu lesen, das wäre sicherlich nicht weniger radikal und erheiternd.. [highlight=yellow:baf849ad0e]für Leute mit etwas schwarzem Humor natürlich.[/highlight:baf849ad0e]

    Thanong als Knallkopf zu bezeichnen stellt dich unter ein ganz besonderes Licht!

    Das Thaksin auf alle moeglichen schwarzen Rituale und Goetterbeschwoerungen wie auf Astrologischie abfaehrt und Thanong das humorvoll kommentiert macht den Mann doch nicht zum "Knallkopf" sag mal geht es dir noch gut, du Knallerbse

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    Zitat Zitat von simon",p="712202
    Ich habe schon ein paar Artikel von diesem Knallkopf gelesen,
    wäre ev. klüger, einach hier anzuführen - worin er Unrecht hat. Dann kann man das ev. auch mit ausl. Medienberichten belegen, die ebenfalls ähnlich berichten.
    Aber keine Angst, dein Thaksin zuckt noch etwas... :-)

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    Re: Opinion/Editorial von K.Thanong

    Ach bitte, das doch ist ein Triumpfschrei eines bekannten Regierungsbefürworters, der schreibt solche Sachen weil sie ihn lassen, ganz einfach.
    Welche internationalen Medien sind denn der Meinung dass Abhisit als starker Führer aus der "entschärften politischen Krise" herausgegangen ist ? Oder teilt seine Auffassung dass das Militär, die Polizei, Sicherheitskräfte und seine politischen Partner ihn hereinlegen wollten ? Etc, hat ja gar keinen Wert, es ist eine Meinung, als solche deklariert und als solche geschrieben, ihn als Bericht aufzuwerten wäre töricht.

    Und übrigens, ist es jetzt "mein" Thaksin weil ihn niemand sonst will ? Aber ehrlich, ist doch lächerlich jedem der irgendwie etwas kritisch denkt Thaksin-Hörigkeit zu unterstellen, sind ja nicht in Thailand.

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