Urgent : police plans … “psychological warfare”

bozo

Holly Molly. The thai police is watching too many Hollywood movies…

The clowns in their tight uniforms don’t know how to get out of this situation… they don’t know how to justify their inaction. So the only remaining solution : talking non-sense.

Because talking is better than silence, isn’t it ?

Police plan to launch a psychological warfare to weaken public support for the People’s Alliance for Democracy as part of their measures to remove protesters from the Don Mueang Airport.

The plan was announced after a meeting of senior metropolitan police officers to brief them on measures to deal with PAD-led protesters at the Don Mueang Airport.

[…]

Sources from the meeting said the meeting assigned chiefs of all stations to launch door-to-door psychological operations to tell Bangkok residents not to join the rally at the Don Mueang Airport and at the Government House. They will also be told to convince their relatives to leave the airport and Government House as soon as possible. (Nation)

Boys, this is sophisticated ! 😉

I mean we are flying high, very high. Altitude of intelligence… Mount Everest of modern police methods.

A farce. A tragic farce.

Here is the real “psychological warfare”… Do you remember in october when the police went on a… little rampage against PAD’s protesters ? Leading to the death of one PAD’s protester (a woman)… The Queen of Thailand went to her funerals. With her suite.

Now, book it : what could be the state of mind of the basic police officer ? He’s shitting in his pants, this is the reality, and this is real “psychological warfare”.

So, now, is this police officer going to beat up PAD’s protesters, women, old men,children, in the airport, or in the Government house ?

7 Responses to “Urgent : police plans … “psychological warfare””


  1. 1 Luke 28 November 2008 at 8:41 am

    I just read this on the Nation and headed straight over here for a laugh. If this is “psychological warfare” they better have a very convincing doorstep pitch.

  2. 2 mark 28 November 2008 at 9:00 am

    I assume this article in the Nation is a joke which should have been posted to the Not The Nation website!

    That the Nation would even publish this says a lot about how stupid they must think their readers are.

  3. 3 Bedwyr 28 November 2008 at 9:26 am

    The Nation thinks its readers are very stupid. But then 70% of the Nation’s readers are Thai so they are probably right.

    The “Royal” Thai Police strategy for psychological warfare is probably asking for 300bt bribes instead of the usual 200bt.

    That’ll work.

    Bedwyr

  4. 4 chinesethai 28 November 2008 at 9:30 am

    ThaiCrisis:

    How many “weird/bigotry” posts have you written so far? I wonder………

    It appears that you will have endless stories on “weird/bigotry” to write from now on.

  5. 5 ThaiCrisis 28 November 2008 at 9:33 am

    Exactly… 215 posts !
    And counting and of course. 😉

  6. 6 tsr 28 November 2008 at 10:33 am

    at least this gave me a well needed laugh, and a lot of insight into why this was allowed to happen and continues to drag on and on

    Now, I think I’ll venture out for a brew in case they come knocking on my door, not sure I’m up to their psych warfare

  7. 7 luke 28 November 2008 at 11:00 am

    I doubt they know what psychological warfare means and just throw around with fancy words they picked up.


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