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Rede des Königs anläßlich seines Geburtstags

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    Rede des Königs anläßlich seines Geburtstags

    Quelle: The Bangkok Post (5. Dezember).


    Birthday Speech. Thai King warns PM on arrogance by Anjira Asavanonda

    His Majesty the King has advised Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra not
    to let success go to his head.

    In his birthday speech, the King said he needed to say something to the
    prime minister although he knew that Mr Thaksin would not appreciate
    another person giving him a warning.

    In delivering his message to Mr Thaksin, the King referred to Her Royal
    Highness the Princess Mother's teachings when she was alive.

    ``When I was 40-50 years old, my mother told me sometimes that I was
    great but she always added that I must not forget myself. She said I
    must not float and that my name `Bhumibol' means that I had to keep my
    feet on the ground.

    ``She said when I did something good, it's all right to know what I did
    but I should not be too proud,'' said the King.

    He urged the prime minister to be more careful about policies he had
    implemented, particularly the war on drugs in which 2,500 people were
    killed.

    The King said he believed the real number was far beyond 2,500 deaths,
    although the actual number killed by state officials might be small.

    ``People say the prime minister killed 2,500 people in his war on drugs,
    so how can we take responsibility for this?'' His Majesty said.

    He urged the government to verify the cause of those deaths, as some
    people might have been killed by drug dealers rather than police.

    The prime minister had left the matter to CEO ministers and government
    officials, but nobody had taken responsibility, and the public had to
    bear the results.

    The King said since the prime minister was keen to take responsibility
    for every matter, he needed to accept any criticism.

    ``As you're the only one who makes decisions, it's natural that you
    alone should be pinpointed, but if you did good things, and everyone
    benefitted, you would benefit also. So don't be angry, and be proud of
    what you did,'' said the King.

    Comparing the prime minister's position to his own, the King said he was
    in a tighter spot because the constitution did not allow people to
    criticise the King, so he did not know whether he did right or wrong.
    ``The only person I could listen to was my mother, who has gone
    already,'' he said.

    The King suggested that Mr Thaksin should listen to the media and allow
    it freedom.

    ``You have to read newspapers ... and let them write,'' he said.

    Mr Thaksin, in his birthday wish to the King, said drugs were the
    country's major problem and the government's success in the crusade
    against drugs showed its loyalty to the King.

    His Majesty also commented on the child-centred education system
    promoted by the government.

    ``The government has a `think new' concept which encourages students to
    teach their teachers.

    ``This is impossible because children have just been born and seen the
    world. How can they teach the teachers?'' said the King.

    ``It's true that some teachers cannot teach, but if they teach with the
    right method, that will enable children to teach them back,'' he said.

    The King said teachers also should listen to their students, and not get
    angry when they express doubts.

    Referring to the day the prime minister taught Mathayom 5 students at
    Samsen school in September, the King said despite the child-centred
    concept, Mr Thaksin did not allow the students to teach him.

    In one part of his speech, the King mentioned rifts among people and
    called on everyone to maintain harmony and unity.

    ``The worst rift of all is the rift among people, especially senior ones
    and those in power, which is hard to heal.

    ``Don't let the rift happen, and do keep yourselves in harmony,'' he
    said.

    The King said his birthday wish was for people to listen to his words
    and put them into practice.

    ``My voice has turned hoarse after this speech, and if people won't
    listen it's their business. If you listen but don't follow my words then
    you could get into trouble. But if you listen and think about it, that
    would be good.''

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    ``As you're the only one who makes decisions, it's natural that you
    alone should be pinpointed, but if you did good things, and everyone
    benefitted, you would benefit also. So don't be angry, and be proud of
    what you did,'' said the King.
    dat Ding hat mich am meisten beeindruckt.

    Ein absoluter Klassiker!

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    Re: Rede des Königs anläßlich seines Geburtstags

    Prima Rede, wie immer, wie jedes Jahr. Aber Khun T. hat sich davon in keiner Weise was angenommen. Leider, wie immer, wie jed.es Jahr. Ein Protagonist in eigener Sache und Verwandschaft par excellance aber nicht für das Volk

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    Re: Rede des Königs anläßlich seines Geburtstags

    Hallo MGJ,

    hab das Thema Gestern abend mit meiner Frau und einen anwesenden Thai Freundin besprochen. Ihrer Ansicht war die Rede des Königs GANZ anders. Sie haben wohl das orginal im TGN gesehen.

    Na ja .....

    Will damir auf keinen Fall sagen das Du hier Lügen verbreitest, sehen das eher in hören und hören wollen.


    Gruß Peter

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    Re: Rede des Königs anläßlich seines Geburtstags

    @Peter-Horst
    Die Quelle habe ich angegeben (Quelle: The Bangkok Post (5. Dezember)). Ich selbst habe die Rede nicht gehört, kann also dazu nichts sagen.


    Gruß

    Mang-gon Jai

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    Hallo MGJ,

    klar Glaube in dem Zusammenhang auch eher Dir (der Bankok Post) als der "ich höre was ich hören will" Übersetzung der beiden Thai Frauen.

    Hab in der Vergangenheit schön öfters bemerkt, das Kritik an der "Herrschenden Schicht" (und meine damit natürlich nicht den König) eher unangebracht ist.

    Gruß Peter

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    Peter-Horst, vielleicht könntest du dann eine Zusammenfassung der Sicht der Dinge nach deiner Frau geben?

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    @ chak,

    den Englischen Text nur Anstatt Kritik wurde gelobt.

    Gruß Peter

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