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Red Shirt leader urges pro-democracy protesters not to resort to violence


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Nattawut Saikuar, the Red Shirt leader, is cautioning young protesters that violent interactions with authority figures may play right into the authorities’ hands. Earlier today, Nattawut broadcasted live on Facebook to share his message of non-violence. He urged the protesters to think through their behaviour carefully. He also announced a car rally demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. The RS leader went on to say that, “I think you don’t want to see the armed forces coming out. As for those in power, I am not so sure. You’d better watch your game carefully”. His Facebook announcement comes […]

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AlexPTY, I think you refer to the violent (and ugly) events some years ago, between red and yellow shirts ...

I think he is not hypocritical ; he probably learnt from his mistakes...

What he says is right : be violent will be used like a boomerang, and can fire back.

 

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3 hours ago, Jappy said:

AlexPTY, I think you refer to the violent (and ugly) events some years ago, between red and yellow shirts ...

I think he is not hypocritical ; he probably learnt from his mistakes...

What he says is right : be violent will be used like a boomerang, and can fire back.

Valid comment for this, your debut post and thanks for that!

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