Government spokesman blows a fuse : “Thaksin would help us. And we can do anything with protesters”

I hope it’s a translation issue. Otherwise, the shit is going to hit the fan.

The Government Spokesman Natthawut blows a fuse. And need some heavy medications. Why is he speaking about Thaksin ? To excite the PAD a little bit more ? !

“If a coup is staged, thaksin will fight against it along side with Thais. He can make phone calls to us 24 hours a day,” Natthawut said. […]

Natthawut said the International Community would not mind the use of force against protesters as long as the government must first evacuate over 3,000 stranded tourists from the airports first.

“I am informed by a non-governmental organisation that the international human rights organisations and foreign diplomats want the government to evacuate over 3,000 tourists to safety first then the government can do anything with the protesters. They will not oppose or question the government about it actions against the protesters,” Natthawut said. (Nation)

Doing anything ? Really ? Natthawut is a pathetic little matador.

20 Responses to “Government spokesman blows a fuse : “Thaksin would help us. And we can do anything with protesters””


  1. 1 thaichris 28 November 2008 at 10:22 am

    Need any proofe that this is only a puppet government, a proxy for Thaksin … Here it is. And it’s not a translation error.

    On the other side, PAD is also ready for the fight and ready to fight it to the end. My wfe is over 50, was never interessted in politics and never engaged herself in any way. But since 3 month she joins PAD and today she left to Suvanabhumi airport ready to fight. And she is not alone.

    The Thais will fight it out once and forever. Poor Thailand. Hudreds maybee thousands will suffer due to one man not able to step back.

  2. 2 Gloomy Observer 28 November 2008 at 10:35 am

    No…several men not able to step back!

  3. 3 chinesethai 28 November 2008 at 10:47 am

    ::::::EYEWITNESS REPORT::::::

    A large number of police cars are seen near Central Department Store Bangna on Bangna-Trad Highway. The inner lanes are being cleared and cars diverted.

  4. 4 KV 28 November 2008 at 10:48 am

    Sorry for your wife of being delusional person. And sorry that she has a husband like you who doesn’t know better.

    Actually that comment doesnt mean that “puppet theory”. Come on, everyone has been in PAD calling the PPP puppet so now that finally somewhere brings out Thaksin to the talk, as he seems to be issue here, it doesnt proof squat. All he says is that Thaksin will fight with us, Thais, and Thai government against those PAD supporters who are at the airports. If it goes to that. And would this be any suprise? Nah not really. Anyhow, it doesnt matter at all whether or not Thaksin is pulling strings or not, if you repeat something long enough, it becomes truth. And after that no one really can figure out what was the real truth to begin with.

    Friggin’ stupid country. My friend who flew in here on one day business trip from Europe has been stuck here now since Wednesday morning when her flight was supposed to depart. Met yesterday a Japanese guy who was supposed to fly out on Saturday back to work. His boss is pissed off at him and the country. He is here also on business. Another guy I know is still waiting in Hong Kong to get here. One in Japan. Have to remember that this is ruining 400 planes full of people per day DEPARTING from Bangkok airport. Add to that planes coming IN! And then figure out how many ppl are getting pissed off that way too.

    Finnair started to fly to Phuket now and doing rescues of their customers. Remember also that Finnair is hub in Europe to Asia, lots of Europeans stuck in Finland and in between. There is 1000 Finnair’s customer alone stuck in Thailand waiting to return. And that number grows everyday as everyday two flights are cancelled, both ways.

    ps. Shame on your wife Thaichris.

  5. 5 Fish 28 November 2008 at 10:56 am

    Anything is better than nothing.. The Thai’s will learn nothing from this as always, head in the sand when its all over. Every day is gets worst if it was not so serious it would be funny .. really you could not make this shit up..

  6. 6 ThaiCrisis 28 November 2008 at 11:10 am

    [please let’s keep our wives out this… I remind you the basic rule : we can fight moderately here (albeit without too… many insults), but please no need to become personal]

  7. 7 Fish 28 November 2008 at 11:20 am

    I fully agree KV its all these people that believe what ever shit they are told, read by media that are controlled by one side or an other and jump to a narrow minded ,stupid, decisions like what we are seeing,i bet half of those PAD muppets proberly could not talk for more than 2 mins why they are there.. Cause they are sheep …how ever old they are..!

    I am due to fly back for a sponsered bike ride from Chang Mia to Phuket for kids in Thailand, I have had to come back here (UK) to extend my visa (a farce in its self ) that might not happen now, And the PAD label the poor people to Stupid to vote . Pot – Kettle..

    Thaichris you state your wife has had no interest in politics and she is 50.. most Thais i think are the same no interest until it to late ,which explains alot why what is happening is happening.. Democracy eh what a winner for so many countries.. better of with out it some places..

  8. 8 chinesethai 28 November 2008 at 11:34 am

    God will protect Thaichris’s wife and those who protest with true conviction that the greedy crooks will face their consequence.

  9. 9 chinesethai 28 November 2008 at 11:42 am

    :::::UPDATE:::::

    Big setback to KV, Fish, and other UDD Red Shirt supporters. The Royal Thai Army will not involve in the government’s use of force against PAD protesters but did not rule out how they would react if violence flares up.

    ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. 10 Fish 28 November 2008 at 11:47 am

    Chinesethai; don’t lets make things more complicated by bring that religion lark into it…

  11. 11 ray 28 November 2008 at 11:58 am

    at this moment, no one is ready to get blood on their hands. that is the reason they fired patcharawat wongsuwan. his brother pravit wongsuwan is a very dear friend of thaksin.. go figure…

    the army chief anupong is playing it very close to the chest. he is not taking orders from the pm.. yesterday natatwud said there will be no change of personel in the army or police dept.the police chief was fired for the same reason. the people in uniform know that if there is bloodshed the pm and his cronies have the money to go live abroad but they will be left to bear the brunt of the public wrath.

    its time to choose sides and most people are with pad. its getting clearer by the hour.
    the pm is in chiangmai and will never make it to bangkok. its just matter of time and the pad can claim victory. the firing of the police chief is the first sign of frustration..

  12. 12 ThaiCrisis 28 November 2008 at 12:00 pm

    -> Ray. I agree. I think it’s a sign of frustration indeed.

  13. 13 KV 28 November 2008 at 12:04 pm

    My apologies to ThaiChris. Just hope that she knows what she really is doing and understanding what she is TRYING to stand for. UNICEF has shown anciety over the kids among the grown ups there in case something happens. Heck. This makes no sense.

  14. 14 Fish 28 November 2008 at 12:05 pm

    Chinesethai;
    at no point did i meantion being a red shirt.. i don’t think they are right either.. The whole country is a mess.. I do think the PAD are acting like children who are losing what ever neutral surport they had.
    By holding 3,000 tourists against there own will, won’t win any points..and anybody that thinks this is how a so called civilized country should be handling this situation is also a child ,esp when they start bring religion in to it, thats causing enough trouble in India..

    The head of team yellow, a few days before his birthday at his ripe old age must be so proud of his country folk at this moment..After all these years he has watched the Thai people fighting with each other over the same things..

  15. 15 thaichris 28 November 2008 at 12:16 pm

    @KV

    I love your reaction. Thanks for the feedback. But we will not chnage our view. We will fight and win or die. Thats our KARMA.

  16. 16 7T 28 November 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Thanks to KV, you made me having a vivid imagination of how much the PAD caused trouble to those travelers, tourists, businessmen and so on.
    all their plan screwed up, I feel really sorry to those ppl.

    You got to blame the pathetic gov for this though, how stupid are they that let someone seizes the airport sooooo easily.

    PAD movement is clearly open, they always announce what they are going to do, to go. this proves enough that this stupid gov cant really rule this country. you are in power but you can’t rule so what is the point of staying in power. or you are in power for just one man as people said really.

  17. 17 7T 28 November 2008 at 1:28 pm

    @Thaichris’s wife.
    i think your wife is brave, she joins and fights for her beliefs(what ever it is) despite the joke of state of emergency declaration.

  18. 18 chinesethai 28 November 2008 at 1:38 pm

    Fish:
    *He* is not perfect. *He* is no divine. *He* may have committed sins but everybody also has a sin, so do I. I am not his loyal fan. But the Square Face Man is just the “graver” danger to the country and the “gravest” poison to the poor.

    BTW, the Sameskybook Clique may be taking a big hit, eh? You sound a lot like Paul Handley in the end. @^o^@

    ThaiChris:
    Congratulations to your wife’s safety.

  19. 19 dooda 28 November 2008 at 4:04 pm

    to add to chinesethai, and since he mention P. Handley, will excerpt article that quote P. Handley words on King:

    http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/humble-king-gave-nod-experts-say/2006/09/20/1158431786575.html?page=2

    “The king could be described as Mr Thaksin’s opposite.

    “The king clearly cares for his subjects. He is a simple person. He is genuine, and genuinely selfless. He doesn’t indulge himself in a lot of his wealth,” said Paul Handley.”

  20. 20 Bedwyr 29 November 2008 at 10:06 am

    โ€œThe king clearly cares for his subjects. He is a simple person. He is genuine, and genuinely selfless. He doesnโ€™t indulge himself in a lot of his wealth,โ€ said Paul Handley.โ€

    Yup, dedicatedly dedicating to improve the standard of living of his people for 60 years. In that time, Japan and Germany have made it from bankrupt to among the richest in the world. Next year, Thais reach the same level as Peru and Matabeleland. Top job eh?

    Definition: “Por-jai” – what everyone else should be.

    Bedwyr


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