Abhisit and the “enemies of the State” : what about 5 months ago ?

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Mr Abhisit said he considered the red shirts who declared victory from breaking up the summits as people with ill intentions towards the country.

They are “enemies of the state”, and legal action must be taken against them, he said. (Bangkok Post)

Abhisit is inaudible and has zero credibility because he’s trapped within his own dialectic.

Five months ago, what happened in Thailand with the seizure of Suvarnabhumi Airport ? And what happened with the occupation of the Government House (for 3 months !!) ?

And those events led directly to the Frankenstein Coalition (Newin, one friend of Thaksin, sold his MPs to the Democrat Party), and that coalition led to the election of Abhisit !

What Abhisit was saying at that time about the PAD ? “Enemies of the State” ? No. He was cool with it. And even gave the Foreign Ministry to one PAD leaders, Kasit, who was at the airport…. Cool.

It’s amazing how a man change in just five months time. 😉

Hopefully ridicule doesn’t kill... Because on this issue, Abhisit is really in uncharted territories…

18 Responses to “Abhisit and the “enemies of the State” : what about 5 months ago ?”


  1. 1 whoopla 12 April 2009 at 7:38 am

    The wallflower PM has just put both feet in his mouth. Will it be a bloody Songkraan? Will Coca Cola sponsor next years water festival if this years water turns red?

  2. 2 George P Tuckeer 12 April 2009 at 7:52 am

    Emergency decree in BKK. No gathering of more than 5 people. Families going out for a Sonkran meal will have to break up into groups, travel separately and sit at different tables when they arrive at the restaurant. Happy Sonkran, bitches.

  3. 3 prokester 12 April 2009 at 7:56 am

    Sounds as if the PM’s car has been stopped by reds. COuld get nasty V quickly. Shame the damned TV isnt covering it

  4. 4 prokester 12 April 2009 at 7:57 am

    Just made an emergency escape…crashed thru a wall… gunshots

  5. 5 fall 12 April 2009 at 8:03 am

    Oh, the golden boy’s feet aint even touch the ground this time… He’s like floating inside his own perfect bubble looking through the best pair of elitist glass.

    Any politician dare give out such righteous judgement either dont have two brain cells to rub together or just the perfect puppet, ever! (Talk about pouring gasoline into fire and fart into it for good measure…)

  6. 6 Mythbuster 12 April 2009 at 8:19 am

    Abhisit perfectly fits the bill for the ” useful idiot ” definition( No offense meant to Eton or Oxford, but after Gordon Brown WTF anyway…) ..
    If he had any balls , and even a shred of political intelligence , he would have told the Thai populace what’s at stake here.
    Mind you they got it before you moron.
    The end is very near at end , and ther is nothing you and your acolytes can do about it.

  7. 7 Thai Insanity 12 April 2009 at 9:04 am

    It all seems to have gone quiet on Thailand Crisis? But, in BKK all hell has let loose!

    State of emergency – shots fired -Interior Ministry stormed – Abhisit forced to flee.

    This is looking very nasty.

  8. 8 antipadshist 12 April 2009 at 9:06 am

    I’ve already mentioned elsewhere that “enemies of public” reminds me a lot the similar prhase “enemy of people”, widely used during … Stalin’s brutal regime. this “enemy of people” branding has sent millions to Gulags, and millions executed on the spot or made dissapeare forever.

    but wait, this is actually coming not from Stalin or Kim, or Pol Pot – but from a smart Oxford educated handsome always smiling AND … VERY DEMOCRATIC Thai PM, who happens to be a leader of rulling “Democrat” party ! 😀

    what a pathetic loser ! “Democrat” my a$$ !

    uahahahaha !

  9. 9 Thai Insanity 12 April 2009 at 9:11 am

    Oh, & while all hell is breaking out in BKK Thai Global News is still playing soap operas/game shows/pop-shows. Unreal!

  10. 10 antipadshist 12 April 2009 at 9:12 am

    check it out Nation’s report about Jatuporn being arrested:

    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/30100332/Jatuporn-calls-red-shirts-to-descend-on-Bangkok-to

    “He said there was no longer rule of law so the red-shirted people would attack the government.

    He claimed that he had been arrested by the military to the Naresuan base in Prachuap Khiri Khan but red-shirted supporters in the base secured his release and sent him to the rally site at the Government House again.

    Jatuporn urged red-shirted protesters to travel to Bangkok or seize provincial halls.”

    wow! this certainly creates a HUGE problem for Suthep, Abheesit and Pok (Anupong) !

    it truly reflects a huge rift within military !

  11. 11 sammy 12 April 2009 at 9:39 am

    Abhisit is inaudible and has zero credibility because he’s trapped within his own dialectic.

    Five months ago, what happened in Thailand with the seizure of Suvarnabhumi Airport ? And what happened with the occupation of the Government House (for 3 months !!) ?

    And those events led directly to the Frankenstein Coalition (Newin, one friend of Thaksin, sold his MPs to the Democrat Party), and that coalition led to the election of Abhisit !

    What Abhisit was saying at that time about the PAD ? “Enemies of the State” ? No. He was cool with it. And even gave the Foreign Ministry to one PAD leaders, Kasit, who was at the airport…. Cool.
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    What has happened since the Suvarnabhumi Airport and the occupation of the Government House?

    The leaders were arrested and charged and are awaiting trial.

    Those events did not lead to the coalition; the ruling of the court to disolve the Thaksin party for electoral fraud led to the coalition.

    Abhisit was not saying anything at the time because he was not in the government.

    That he was cool with it is just your opinion; he has constantly said he is not cool with it.

    Yes, he gave the Foreign Ministry to one PAD leaders but he gave other ministry to the opposition.

    I think, overall, Abhisit has been a calm, rational, evenhanded and transparant leader -especially compared to anyone else coming before him in the past 50 years. He is a greenhorn who has come in cold with the task of putting all this mess behind us. He is a lightening rod. Give the guy a break.

  12. 12 ThaiCrisis 12 April 2009 at 9:41 am

    It all seems to have gone quiet on Thailand Crisis? But, in BKK all hell has let loose!

    Guess what…. I was at the cinema… 10 000 km away. Just came back.
    😉
    Stay tuned.

  13. 13 antipadshist 12 April 2009 at 9:45 am

    Yahoo News (AP source) on their front page have top article about Emergency in Thailand. article has a photo of tanks in Bkk which it says AP reporters seen already in Bkk.

    but Thai MSM don’t mention anything about it, huh ?
    only some silly report on Nation “Red-shirted protesters seize 2 armoured carriers at Paragon”.

    but wait, now it looks the situation develops,
    Nation’s breking news:

    # Red-shirted protesters arrest PM security official
    # DTV says it is off the air
    # 1,000 police armed with teargas head to Government House
    # Urgent: Military secure roads around Palace

    well, after all at least “Nation Chanau” trying to keep up with International news and allow SOME information ! 😉

  14. 14 whoopla 12 April 2009 at 9:58 am

    TC what movie were you watching? and was it any better than the one unfolding outside the cinema?
    Switch on Thai TV and its all the game shows and crap. Thai media moguls are a bunch of ostriches, cowards to boot!

  15. 15 ThaiCrisis 12 April 2009 at 10:01 am

    You’re not going to believe it : KNOWING.

    I swear, it’s not a joke. 😉

  16. 16 hobby 12 April 2009 at 10:19 am

    try newskythailand.com

  17. 17 Tarrin 12 April 2009 at 10:33 am

    Sammy, you want na bet who will get send to jail first, PAD or UDD?
    I put 200 grand on UDD.

  18. 18 antipadshist 16 April 2009 at 3:53 am

    @Tarrin

    seems like you gonna win :

    Veera, Natthawut, Weng brought to Criminal Court
    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/breakingnews/30100623/Veera-Natthawut-Weng-brought-to-Criminal-Court


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