Terror in the south : 2 soldiers beheaded

While our Prime Minister is doing ski jumping in Davos, so proud to be invited to this elite club, the reality rings some bells. On the ground.

The economy is tanking… and the terror continues in the South, with this latest gruesome attack.

Violence continued Monday in a deep south province when suspected militants killed and burnt to death two soldiers in Pattani’s Yarang district.

Police who were alerted at about 2pm and rushed to the scene on a road in the district found two burnt bodies. Their motorcycle was also burnt.

Police found that Sgt Niasun Niwae, 30, was beheaded. His body was riddled with bullets. Not far, police found body of volunteer ranger Chue Chotirat, 30, who was shot and burnt to death. His head was nearly cut off. (Nation)

More than 35 people have been beheaded from january 2004 to january 2008.

Even though the violence and the number of casualties have declined (see the paper of Bangkok Pundit with stats)… we still have fanatics on the ground who are still ready (and willing) to use horrible tactics to scare the population.

Those methods are terrorists.

And It would be foolish to think that the situation is solved in the South… when such people are still on the loose.

The South remains a political liability.

And Abhisit should start to come back on earth, and to deal with real problems, instead of launching crusade… against on line prostitution

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Thailand Crisis

Coup, Economic slowdown, Terror In the South... The situation is worsening in Thailand. Bumpy road like often before.

But this time, it's different.

The key to understand the present turmoil is the inevitable... succession of King Bhumibol.

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