Banners Encouraging Prem



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Encouraging Prem - August 3, 2007

Above: Ode to Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda
Born in Songkhla Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda
Is virtuous, righteous statesman
And president of Privy Council
Loyal to religion, nation and sovereign (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Devoting his life to duty and doing good deeds for the Kingdom
Gen. Prem is honorable among Thai people
Mahavajiravudh Songkhla School supports good people (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Fire does not harm real gold. Stop slighting good people. (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: People who respect good people are the real good people (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Noble Privy Councilor and statesman Gen. Prem is the giver (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Mahavajiravudh urges you to stop conflicts in the country for the nation, religion and the sovereign. (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Gen. Prem is loyal to the sovereign. "We must do good deeds for our homeland." Mahavajiravudh Songkhla School (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: Gen. Prem is a good person. Songkhla Administrative Office (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: "We must do good deeds for our homeland," Gen. Prem Tinsulanonda - Songkhla Administrative Office (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)


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Above: The Statesman to people in Songkhla is Gen. Prem - Songkhla Administrative Office (from a banner in front of Mahavajiravudh Changwatsongkhla School in Songkhla)

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