As expected, the official statements about the King’s health were somehow misleading.
First, the timeline :
–saturday 19 september. The King is hospitalized for “fever, fatigue and loss of appetite“.
-the doctors treated him with “antibiotics and intravenous fluids”
-by the end of last week, everything seems to fine : no fever, blood analysis are okay, appetite came back and sleep too. But they gave him “physical therapy“… It sounded strange. Already…
But… The ninth statement, published monday night, shows that they lied to us.
His Majesty the King has recovered from a lung infection and fever and is in a good condition in general, the ninth Royal Household Bureau statement said last night.
After His Majesty developed fever yesterday, the royal physicians examined him and diagnosed a lung infection. They did not find any stomach infection, and His Majesty does not have a cough.
After His Majesty was administered a new type of antibiotic and fed intravenously, his fever subsided, and his condition returned to normal yesterday morning, the statement said. (Nation)
Lung infection ? This is a completely different ball game. And you can admire the totally idiotic time line given by the article… It doesn’t make any sense.
It goes like that : the King had fever AGAIN MONDAY MORNING. The doctors discovered a lung infection MONDAY MORNING. And then, with a new antibiotics…. the King WAS CURED by the end of the very same morning ! An antiobiotic working in a few hours ?
It’s a shame to serve such bullshit to the public. Shame on those people. Shame on Nation to write such non sense.
The thai people have the right to know the truth.
2 solutions :
-they have lied since the beginning. The King had indeed a lung infection. A much more serious condition than “fever, fatigue and loss of appetite”.
-or they are totally incompetent.
The 10th official statement shows that, unfortunatly, we were right : they lied. Lie by omission. Or, if you prefer, they have watered down the reality…
His Majesty the King’s lung infection has been responding to medication, along with his fever, the Royal Household Bureau said yesterday.
The latest Xray showed that both the infection and flu are clearing up. His Majesty’s general condition is good.
The intravenous feeding of medicine and nutrients is continuing, the Palace said in its 10th statement on His Majesty’s illness. (Nation)
So eventually they said the word : flu.