The new priority of Abhisit : fight on line prostitution

Well done Abhisit.

After ski jumping in Davos about the thai economy, after a Frankenstein Cabinet, after a totally moronic IT Minister, after the deadly scandal of boat people… you ridicule yourself, once again, with your new political priority.

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said Monday that he had instructed the Information and Communication Technology to crack down on websites, which allow students to post messages soliciting sex clients.

Abhisit said the ministry was taking actions against the sites.

He said the prostitution by students was influenced by wrong value so there should be campaigns to have students change their value.

He said the government is launching the campaigns through education as well. (Nation)

Indeed, this issue is probably linked to national security (like lese-majeste is, as the Justice Minister said)… There is a clear sense of emergency.

It’s a well known fact that all thai female students sale themselves on Internet, this evil western invention… And thanks to the real and traditional values of the thai male elite, Super Abhisit is going to solve the problem. We are saved. Good Lord.

The cold weather in Davos didn’t distract him from his celestial mission.

The good point is : the alleged IT Minister is so dumb, she doesn’t even know what Abhisit is talking about. 😉

Change with Abhisit ? Yes we can’t. More than ever.

4 Responses to “The new priority of Abhisit : fight on line prostitution”

  1. 1 E. Spitzer 4 February 2009 at 2:04 am

    Its becoming confusing try to follow the priorities of the ICT Ministry, hopefully this list will help. I’m just guessing about
    numbers 6 to 8 since there has been no announcements about them.

    1) Looking for violations of Lese Majeste
    2) Checking social sites and chat rooms for online soliciting
    3) monitoring online gambling
    4) monitoring online porn
    5) reading foreign website articles about Thailand and ‘correcting’ them
    6) 3G strategy
    7) VOIP law and policy
    8) Broadband Strategy

  2. 2 fall 5 February 2009 at 1:19 pm

    We definitely need gazillion-baht budget boost to ICT for cracking down on those website! They are an abomination to cultural harmony and national security!

    Why dont they behave like good ordinary women and go through middle-man at massage parlor? Not to mention a direct competition to our national image of sex-tourism! To skip paying the merchant fee is just plain unacceptable…

  3. 3 roger 5 February 2009 at 10:38 pm

    To be fair Abhisit is not leading the way when it come to internet crackdown!

    Chalerm Yoobamrung, Former Thailand Public Health Minister was urging the Information Technology and Computer (ICT) ministry to close down websites that sell abortion drugs online back in october 08 (link above).

    Thai government does have an obsession with the interent, and they have good reasob for hat when you know what teh Thai are up to there. But to be honnest they do the same thing on bthe net that all of us do…

  4. 4 ThaiCrisis 6 February 2009 at 4:33 am

    Sure, but that’s not an excuse.

    Chalerm was a disgrace (I had some nices article on him…)… But again it should not be an excuse for Abhisit.

    He’s the (alleged) Prime Minister of Thailand, democratically elected (ah ah ah). He is supposed to be in control and to bring upon us the “change” (Obama style, yes we can not, blablabla).
    So ? Let’s take his words… We are waiting… And we’ll wait long. People start to understand that Abhisit is exactly like all his peers : a thai politician. Probably more handsome and younger, but those are the only differences.

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