Démocratie en Thaïlande - ni « jaune » ni « rouge »

Deux documents (en anglais) sur la situation en Thaïlande en 2009/2010.

The ‘Voter’s Uprising’ that is changing perceptions in Thailand

by Junya Yimprasert, Thai Labour Campaign

In this article, written one year ago, we gave warning of atrocities to come. Almost exactly one year later they arrived in full force. Since the latest military crackdown began in Thailand on 10 April 2010 more than 80 people have died, almost all civilians, including medics and journalists, shot dead in the street by the Royal Thai Army, many with a single bullet to the head. About 2000 have been wounded - most by military gunfire.

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Why I don’t love the King?

by Junya Yimprasert, Thai Labour Campaign

Why are Thai people issuing orders to the Royal Thai Army to kill Thai people? Why is the Royal Thai Army being engaged to prevent Thai people from expressing their legitimate grievances on the streets of their capital – the City of Angels?

What and where are the root cause of the madness that has overtaken Thailand at the start of the 21st century?

To all conscious Thai, and to all non-Thai people, the recent issuing of orders that allow Thai to kill Thai was just further shocking evidence of the impact of 64 years of ‘Love the King’ propaganda.

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