Major scandal, false-flag operation : an aide of… deputy prime minister involved !

The Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for a close aide to Deputy Prime Minister Sanan Kachornprasart over accusations he masterminded the alleged assassination attempt on privy councillor Charnchai Likitjitta. (Bangkok Post)

This is major. It could be freakingly major.

Read here to understand the plot that appears to be like a false-flag operation (kill an adviser of the King, and attack several government buildings in order to “create chaos ” like the media said)

The news that an aide of one Deputy Prime Minister (his picture) is involved is highly disturbing.

And furthermore Sanan is not a small time small fish politician... Read here… it’s a festival… Democrat Party, Thaksin, Samak, Abhisit… he seems to be linked to… everybody. ๐Ÿ˜‰

The question now remains, burning : who was the mastermind ? Who asked the army officier (the aide) to design this operation ? Was he on his own ? Unlikely…

Who wants to create chaos now ? The government ? The army ? Al Qaeda ? The secret services coming from Jupiter ? ๐Ÿ˜‰

How Abhisit, the Prime Minister, is going to react ? Will he keep Sanan as his deputy ?

14 Responses to “Major scandal, false-flag operation : an aide of… deputy prime minister involved !”


  1. 1 sammy 9 April 2009 at 5:29 am

    If you are suggesting Abhisit was connected to this plot, that seems highly implausible. More likely the whole thing is a set up. Remember Thaksin’s phony bomb assassination plot when he was in power? How the police magically caught the perpetrator, who also just happened to be from the army (the police’s rival) with the bomb, map and so forth just driving around in his car? The plot here is almost identical. Now we all know the police are not capable of this kind of fast investigative work. These guys are not capable of doing real police work, certainly not quickly. My money is on this being a staged frame job by Thaksin to create instability and motivate the reds to violence. The police are on his side and just waiting for the yellows to come out so they can pull some triggers. Overall, whatever you think about Abhisit, you have to admire how he has kept his cool and not been sucked into any stupid mistakes by the heroin kingpin Thaksin. Let’s see how it plays out.

  2. 2 prokester 9 April 2009 at 5:52 am

    This is truly amazing. Well, atleast a bit above even the perna bears on this blog… including myself. Huge cred for such imagination. We used to do this kind ofthing in Britain back in the 14th C.
    Not hard to guess who dreampt this one up either. Why risk it all? Surely things are not that bad.?

  3. 3 ThaiCrisis 9 April 2009 at 6:54 am

    Sammy, I don’t suggest anything. I just ask questions. I wrote before : “things look fishy”. We never saw the thai police closing such an explosive case in 72 hours. It just never happened. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    But even though the whole story would be a false-false-real-but-false flag operation, Abhisit can’t keep his deputy.

    But that’s not the main point anyway.

    The point is : who gave the order to the officer ?

  4. 4 George P Tuckeer 9 April 2009 at 7:07 am

    This is all too much for my tiny brain. So many long names, so many plots, so many colors…no wait. It’s just two colors.

    My head doesn’t hurt anymore.

  5. 5 Bedwyr 9 April 2009 at 7:35 am

    Who has the most to gain from pretending that the privy council is under seige/threat? Who has the clout to set this up?

    Thaksin? Nope.

    Guess again.

    Bedwyr

  6. 6 prokester 9 April 2009 at 8:00 am

    the shirtlifter…..

  7. 7 ThaiCrisis 9 April 2009 at 8:38 am

    Tuckeer, I think this is a good and appropriate summary. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Wonderland….

  8. 8 InPhuket 9 April 2009 at 9:23 am

    From the National Multimedia comes this fun:

    Abhisit in response to the Red Shirt/ Taxi blockade of the Victory monuement:
    “Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said his government learnt in advance that red shirts protesters will block access to the Victory Monument…..Abhisit said that the government already prepared how to solve the problems.”

    Ok, let me see if I got this right. You knew about the problem before it started, and you know how to solve the problem…. and yet… with all of your infinite wisdom and control… the problem still exists.

    TC:You deserve a raise and anyone working as hard as you do needs help from time to time, so I though I would throw that out there.
    Insanely Thailand!

  9. 9 InPhuket 9 April 2009 at 9:23 am

    and the source if you want to read the entire article:
    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2009/04/09/national/national_30100055.php

  10. 10 Bedwyr 9 April 2009 at 10:07 am

    @Prokester:

    Correct. At least I believe it may be correct.

    Bedwyr

  11. 11 Bedwyr 9 April 2009 at 10:24 am

    I read somewhere (I think it was from Thailand because I remember it massacred the English language), that the propsed victim of this contract was a big-wig judge. He was allegedly at the meeting where Prem, Surayud, et al met to discuss the whether and the price of som-tam but definitely didn;t discuss politics or Thaksin, and even of they did, they definitely didn’t discuss a coup. nossir, no way.

    So then a coup miraculously happens in 2006, and the good judge miraculously gets appointed to the Privy Council in 2007.

    Pure coincidence. Definitely. Absolutely. Completely unconnected. Totally unrelated. Yep. Nothing at all to do with serviced rendered, Nope.

    Bedwyr

  12. 12 Tarrin 9 April 2009 at 10:46 am

    sammy I think ive heard some different version, maybe we just heard this from different sources, anyhow from what i’ve heard, and pardon me if i didnt go trough the detail because this happened long time ago and i wasnt in thailand then.
    A securities guard in front of thaksin house notice a car parking infront of the house. The car come in the morning and left late at night after thaksin got home. This unusual behavior cough the guard attention. Then on the 5th day thaksin somehow left his house early and the car’s driver was having breakfast. In hurry he ran back to the
    car but the guard that notice him approached the car and stop him from driving away while contacting the police.

    That’s what i heard, anyway the interesting thing is inthe car there are 2 kg of nitrate rich fertilizer with, a remote control fuss, and chemical agent that used in vaporized the nitrogen. Moreover after checking the fuss serial number they found that it was belonging to the military internal security force, but i forgot the english abbrivation. Furthermore the driver, surprisingly, is also work at ther internal securities force, so about a week before the coup a police major general that i dont remember the name anymore said that he believe he got clpse to the culprit but didnt say whether it was the military or not. Anyhow the case dissapear after the coup.

    Anyway i didnt say that mine is right version.
    But really sammy you accused thaksin for doing this, what what does he get for killing such a minor charactor? If i am thaksin i would rather kill prem or abhisit, would have yield more effective result. Second i wouldnt hire a gunman, ill probably use explosive because its a surer way to kill and make lile an accident.

    Well your guess is as good as mind we wouldnt know the truth until the end

  13. 13 Prokster 9 April 2009 at 11:47 am

    Bedwyr , it is indeed. So use your imagination as to why, and it takes you on a bad trip. A suggest having a decent bottle of something at hand. It is amazing. I just can not beleive how entertaining this is. Mark Mobius must be creating a lot of spin for clients with his bullish Thailand calls. Huge sell signal IMHO, a confirmation anything can happen. Thai have a Khemer Rouge gland. And its ruptured. Shit simply must hit the fan this time. Historic. Pass the Bolly.

  14. 14 Prokster 9 April 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Its starting,,night oif the long knives….beware,,, all hekll is going to break lose. Clown is getting arom sia. Foirrest fire from a ciggi butt. COming soon to a soi near you. 9.30pm… tomorow… D Kwai Day


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