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Pro-monarchy groups have requested military protection against a protest planned for Saturday, going so far as to claim protest organisers are weaponizing Covid-19. The Centre of the People for the Protection of Monarchy submitted a petition today requesting military intervention from Army Chief General Narongpan Jittkaewtae in protecting the monarchy against protesters. The Free Youth movement is planning a large protest for Saturday in which they intend to meet at the Democracy Monument and march from there to the Grand Palace, despite a recent Royal Gazette decree design to stop demonstrations. The former deputy director of the National Intelligence Agency […]

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Can you imagine, what would happen if the Protesters had said that's what pro-monarchy were doing..

 

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Monarchy supporters claim protesters weaponizing Covid-19

Proof if it were needed that this country will soon be recognised as the saddest and most unmanageable on the planet. Well done, the so-called powers-that-be.

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Military protection for who; their request does not make sense. Seeing as it will be just the protesters there, who will need protecting?

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He believes they plan to create an outbreak 

In case they hadn't noticed, we already have one!

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48 minutes ago, Benroon said:

Hats off to TT for even allowing this thread !

(Could I have an updated creeping points balance please)

I'm so accustomed to seeing those nasty red letters at the bottom of a news article like this "Topic closed to comment." It always made me wonder "Then why even put it up?"

I've also noticed so far people are being respectful. It CAN be done!

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1 hour ago, Graham said:

Is this fake news, where are the RTP to arrest these people.

Couldn't be arsed, probably, especially with the military having so many spare bods.

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1 minute ago, King Cotton said:

Couldn't be arsed, probably, especially with the military having so many spare bods.

No it was before already in other news outlets and shows clearly what kind of extremists they are but look in countries who are ruled from juntas, present past, destroying countries killing people, destroying economies and transform it in the poorest countries in the world. Everywhere they are it is a big mess.

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"He believes they plan to create an outbreak that they will blame on the government and monarchy to highlight their failures in handling the Covid-19 pandemic."

At least he is recognizing there are failures to highlight!

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1 hour ago, Stardust said:

Welcome to Myanmar no. 2 

I share your sentiment here, Stardust, albeit that Myanmar doesn't have a monarchy.

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Um, isn’t this fear mongering with intent to create havoc and worry in society via posting fake untrue news? Or is he fully protected against his own ignorance. 

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19 minutes ago, King Cotton said:

I share your sentiment here, Stardust, albeit that Myanmar doesn't have a monarchy.

Brits chucked the last one out, about 1895? went to India and died shortly thereafter. Been a long campaign to bring his body back home.

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9 minutes ago, thai3 said:

Brits chucked the last one out, about 1895? went to India and died shortly thereafter. Been a long campaign to bring his body back home.

Yes, okay, Mr Google . . . what did he die of/from? (:-)

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9 minutes ago, Marc said:

On 4.8., flight RTAF226, the VIP A340 arrived at Munich airport for whatever reason.

Ha-ha . . . hoping for a hassle-free weekend, maybe.

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7 hours ago, King Cotton said:

Ha-ha . . . hoping for a hassle-free weekend, maybe.

Eyes on the ground in Germany will be reporting soon no doubt, but elsewhere naturally

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Unfortuately it does feel like coivd has been weaponised, but by a different group which has allowed the spread to occurr by not taking action earlier enough (pre songkran) or any that are effecive or and enforced(eg roadblocks for one).

Its a shame a comment like this from the Monarch supporters is actually news worthy

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