Sunday morning at Government House



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Makeshift barbed-wire barrier at the Ratchadamneorn Nok-Sri Ayuthaya Road

Sunday morning at Government House - June 22, 2008


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Vegetarian breakfast


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Police peeking over the Government House wall and talking to a protester


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The sign reads: People’s Alliance for Democracy from Ranong province


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Protesters seated in the shade of the street


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Police in riot gear at the gates of Government House


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Mannequin set up on a coffee cart
The signs read: On the shirt: Stop!
Label on his hand: Get out
White sign: The PAD from Pibulmangsahan do not want Thaksin
Green sign: Nakornsrithammarat People save the nation


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English-language signs


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T-shirt with the graphic of Samak that has become a symbol of the protest--
Samak as the the demon named Rahoo that causes eclipses
The shirt reads: Enough - Thailand’s politician deceiver


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Looking across the stage area towards Government House


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Left: Chamai Maru Chet Bridge
Right: Chumporn PAD


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The sign reads: The Interior Minister orders ASTV media to close, but ignores the website breaching institutes from Songkhla [We are not quite sure what this "breaching website" refers to. Does anyone know?]


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The new stage


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Sign on the left is has Noppadon's head above it. The sign reads: Noppadon the squint-eyed man - you go and pay respect to the dog animal because you are worse than them.


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Sign at the top right: We will fight until our last blood is parched.
Sign at the bottom left: Enough for those who sell the nation and partake in corruption
Sign at the bottom right: The land belongs to our children and it is our duty to protect our land


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The sign reads: Side with the uprightness to save the nation’s benefits


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Paper-cut Samak


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Make-shift riot shields


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The sign reads: Left: Warrior of the Ratchadamneon
Right: Democracy
Bottom: The Popular Politics School


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Reporters resting

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