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Abhisit: at what price?

Abhisit: at what price?

Postby Non Aligned Bangkok on Mon Dec 08, 2008 7:53 am
This man calls himself a democrat!
The English born and Oxford educated Abhisit seems to have no political morals whatsoever. 
I would love to be proved wrong, however, I see him as a spoilt brat who will do anything
to get his own way. 
Mr Abhisit, I suspect will oversee the further weakening of democracy and personal freedoms
in Thailand; all to fulfil his personal ambitions.
At what Price Mr Abhisit did you sell your soul to the devil?
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby thong on Mon Dec 08, 2008 9:02 am
He is the proxy of the military and the powerful pooyai. The country has already lost its dignity through this backdoor anti-democracy democrats (wow better change their name). Wait till we see if the 'democrat government will charge the PAD and all those responsible for all the illegal armed assemblies and charges of treason, terrorism. The abuse of public properties for the PAD illegal armed assemblies.

Well, I think it is good for Phuea Thai to remain opposition. These MPs have back-bone and principle for not willing to be bought by money to cross over to a proxy party - a party that will continue to be dictated by the military and powerful pooyai. Expose the dictators and those pooyai and restore the 1997 PEOPLE charter and democracy.
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby Eric on Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:59 pm
Last week, he was calling for house dissolution. This week, all that was forgotten. He now want to be PM. Just how many faces does Abhisit wear or he's just a facade; taking instructions from men behind. To me, he is not a person who can hold his own and will always be manupulate by people behind the scene. Until he demonstrate that he is the real deal, he simply don't have the strong characteristics to be the next PM.
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby davidb98 on Mon Dec 08, 2008 5:46 pm

I am surprised at your depth of feeling for this man.... so good looking too....

I am not impressed with the constitution court and this whole process but

at least the formation of the government now is still working within the democratic rules... if the democrats succeed the government will be composed of all elected MPs.... 
(I dont like all the money flowing but its still elected MPs that are negotiating with each other... even with nefarious help from the military and other influences, just like the PPP talking to Thaksin, etc... )

what we need to watch for is any attempt within the constitution or outside it to introduce any more non-elected people as MPs or into the government 

and the by-elections in january must go ahead... the more elections with all people voting is key to continuing the democratic life of Thailand!
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby Minnie on Mon Dec 08, 2008 7:35 pm
Well David,

It would seem that the Webmaster deleted my reply let's see if he'll do the same again.

Re pretty boys...don't trust them, I prefer my men to be men and only one person in my household needs the salon hairspray !!!

re the rest...which is probably what the WEBMASTER will delete again
read other blogs, Bangkok Pundit, Absolutely Bangkok, Thai crisis or even Bangkok Bugle, in one of them I read about the Demonic-Rats collaborating with the PAD to make the PAD an official party so as to ensure the Demons votes.
I said this geezer is worse than Dorian Grey and he is, my Thai friends deserve better...and YOU webmaster, look into your conscious as one day, you'll realise that you partook in destroying the nascent shoots of democracy in Thailand

Now lets see if this gets deleted too !!!!
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby s.i.m.o.n on Wed Dec 10, 2008 10:39 am
I don't think he can solve this country problem.
I believe he won't stand for long.
Red shirt is coming after him.
He just a plain looking handsome men but inside his hearts he don't care what people are suffering. He only care for himself and in front of everyone he is nice.
The country will be worse than before he is to become PM
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby Twilight Zone on Wed Dec 10, 2008 10:43 am
Don't you know they now call him "OBAMARK"? Can anyone tell me how they come up with this comparison?
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby Minnie on Fri Dec 19, 2008 5:04 pm
This link pertains to the list of 78 PAD money backers
a little more than 30 pieces of silver...
It's all in Thai am afraid, maybe someone may want to translate
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby stilljustbrowsing on Tue Dec 23, 2008 1:23 am
OBAMARK, "OkBA Man And Really K(c)are :roll:
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Re: Abhisit: at what price?

Postby SARDINES on Wed Dec 24, 2008 1:03 pm
I think our golden boy has brought the new meaning to the phrase "puppet PM". Let's see... Just to name a few points of interest...

- He's responsible for his minister trying to secretly block 1300 websites

- He's appointed a well established PAD supporter, who has basically told the foreign press that the hi-jacking of Suvanabhum airport was "fun" with "... good music, dancing and good food..." By the way, he now denies saying this and in the same breath, apologizes for saying this... ??? did I miss something here. Oh, and wait... Abhisit then says he won't dismiss him because his comments were made before he was appointed to the post. ... Now I know I am missing something here.

"... I apologize for saying what I didn't say but it's ok because I said what I didn't say before I was officially appointed..."
Confused anyone???

- Also appointed an ex-air hostess whose family are the major shareholders to several infamous Bath houses around the Ratchada red-light district and has vast talents in commerce (that nobody's knows what they are yet) to the position of Ministry of Commerce. A position which is also very important in times of our economy going into depression and sluggish export performance.

Other than help sweeping up government house, I'm still waiting to see if our boy can do anything by his own decision. 

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