The government imposes special Security Law… for 2 weeks

[do you remember april 2009 ?]

It started on november 20.

ISA may be invoked

That’s sweet. “may”, “might”.

Then, we had other details 4 days after:

Speaking to reporters after a meeting with security agencies, Suthep said he will ask the Cabinet to approve the enforcement of the ISA for Dusit district, Rajdamnoen Road and Bang Khun Prom area during the period. (Nation)

Let’s stop here for a moment. What is ISA ? The Internal Security Act. It’s a politically correct and modern version (style Abhisit Change Yes We Can’t) of martial law. Yes ladies and gentlemen : martial law.

The Internal Security Act (ISA) allows troops to impose curfews, operate checkpoints, restrict movements of protesters and act fast if rallies by the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) turn violent. (Reuters).

So what would you say about the proposal of Suthep to impose martial law… in some streets of Bangkok, here but not there ?

The word you are looking for is : clown. 😉

Of course.

But let’s continue, with eventually, the real version of this grotesque new thai  drama.


The cabinet on Tuesday morning approved the use of the Internal Security Act (ISA) throughout Bangkok from Nov 28 to Dec 14 to cope with the red-shirts’ plan for prolonged anti-government protests.

Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban, who is in charge of security affairs, said on Monday that the ISA would be limited to only in Dusit and nearby Sommanas and Bang Khun Phrom sub-districts.

However, the cabinet decided to invoke it across all of Bangkok since the red-shirts had declared they would rally and split into groups that would protest separately at many different locations in the capital next Monday.

The cabinet made this decision because the protesters may go separately to many different locations. The wider coverage of the law will enable security units to effectively perform their duty throughout Bangkok. (Bangkok Post)

Suthep is a liar and a clown.

A liar because, the decision to use ISA on the whole city of Bangkok , not only parts, was taken long time ago. And a  clown because the propaganda he uses is so cheap

Now. Other issue : why 15 days ? I mean why not… 360 days ? Yeah. That would be so convenient for all those friends of “democracy” and “rule of law” (you remember the fetish words of our dashing Prime Minister, Abhisit).

No more opposition, no more trouble, welcome Burma, welcome China, welcome North Korea. Yeah that would be so cool, right Mister Abhisit ?

And as usual, they use the monarchy as a grotesque toy, a tool, to justify their own political agenda.

Sure we have the birthday of the King on december the 5th… So what ? Why is it necessary to keep ISA until december 14 ?

But let’s go back to our beloved Abhisit. What does he think ?

The government needs to enforce the Internal Security Act (ISA) across Bangkok between Nov 28 and Dec 15 to deal with the red-shirt protesters if they split up and rally at different locations, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Tuesday. […]

“There are reports that people, including foreign workers, have been gathered from different regions to join the demonstration,” Mr Abhisit said. (Bangkok Post)

Ouh we are scared… legions of mean foreigners (cambodian perhaps ?) ready to crush Thailand…

You see. Since last december, I tell you that Abhisit is nothing but a vulgar thai politician, hidding inside a smiling puppet.

Abhisit has no shame. No shame to use this dirty trick : the fear of the foreigners…

It’s pathetic. Abhisit is pathetic.

4 Responses to “The government imposes special Security Law… for 2 weeks”


  1. 1 Bewdyr 25 November 2009 at 1:26 pm

    @TC:

    I sense a certain hardening of your attitude to these looking-glass people, perhaps the perpetual idiocy of those at the top of the Thai tree is becoming burdensome. if so, I empathise.

    What you have to realise is that these people (in the immortal words of a previous British Ambassador) are ‘relatively unintelligent’.

    They could probably only dream of an IQ such as yours, so they pretend it isn’t important after all and that they don’t need it. It’s a face thing.

    Though, to be honest, if every time I opened my mouth I appeared for all the world to be a complete idiot, I think I would talk less and listen more. But perhaps that’s an IQ thang too…

  2. 2 Pricilla 25 November 2009 at 6:51 pm

    And of course every time they invoke this ISA all the foreign media and embassies report that martial law has been declared in Bangkok yet again. Just in time for the tourist high season too…Amazing Thailand?

    But again keep invoking it without inconveniencing the population too much and then it just becomes accepted as SOP. People stop questioning that they are living there lives under the army boot, thin end of the wedge so to speak. Bit like the USA with terrorism being used to gradually change it from the land of the free to the land of the guilty till proven innocent. What would Orwell think?

  3. 3 fall 25 November 2009 at 7:51 pm

    If Thais are too stupid to recognise a spade by any other name, let them. They deserve another October crack-down, with mass killing…
    May be this time, they would remember and might learn something.

  4. 4 ThaiCrisis 25 November 2009 at 9:16 pm

    Orwell would think : “give me another round (of whisky, single malt)”.
    😉


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