Red publications – May, 2010

Red publications - May, 2010
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From Voice of Taksin, May 21, 2010
The headline reads: Road map of tyrants
* Killing field Rwanda: lesson of Thailand
* Close to fail: abnormal Chula hospital
* Mother, why did you end my dream?

From Voice of Taksin, by Mr. Pairoj Israseripong, Pheu Thai Party Bangkok MP, May 21, 2010
The headline reads: Corruption in policy: case study of Abhisit’s rice policy

From Voice of Taksin, Column: Thailand link, by Meng Satorn, May 21, 2010
The headline reads: Killing field of Rwanda: lesson of Siam

From Voice of Taksin, Column: Prakaitasana, May 21, 2010
The headline reads: Road map or dirt map - National reconciliation

From Thai Red News, May 14-20, 2010
At the very top: The holy mission of the new Thai Army is to
1. Maintain the nation’s sovereignty
2. Maintain the people’s sovereignty and
3. Get rid of dictatorial power by any means
by Dr. Vibul Chaemchuen, read page 2
[The Red Shirts certainly pushed the idea that they had an army led by Seh Daeng and that the Royal Thai Army and the government was powerless.]
Killing innocents is regression - The real city chaos maker - 100 World Mafia
The main headline reads: Abhisit’s power is gone
Reconciliation plan is practical for thinking, but not performing



From Voice of Taksin, back cover, May 21, 2010
The quote by Seh Daeng reads: "There are only homosexual soldiers, businessmen soldiers, those good at playing golf all day all night, flatterers and those under their boss’s shadow, therefore, the army is weak and disunited. Seh Daeng is fighting with the aristocracy" - Major General Khattiya Sawasdipol (Seh Daeng)


From Thai Red News, May 7-13, 2010
The main headline reads: Every side will win under the royal mercy - Together shape history - Dissolve parliament - Election on November 4, 2010

Other columns mentioned on the cover:
Red Cross today turns to be in black
Jaturon debates the case of terrorism and destroying the royal institute
[We] ask to dissolve parliament [but the case] turns to be "destroying the royal institute"
Thai Red News’ political analysis on the case of "destroying royal highness"
Malaysia’s law, points to be considered by Thailand - Solution of the nation is a must - Abhisit is pressured to dissolve parliament

Quote at the top: Despite PM Abhisit's reconciliation announcement consisting of five principles and proposing a new election, which is a good thought, the election under the dictatorial ruling system will not solve Thailand’s political conflict. by Dr. Vibul Chaemchuen

[Like the Red Shirt rally itself, the Red publications have suddenly lost focus on any single tactical issue, instead both embracing and criticizing the government's reconciliation offer and spending much space trying to explain they are not terrorists and are not attacking the monarchy.]

From Truth Today, May 7-10, 2010
The headline reads: Don’t hope [for] amnesty! ‘Right or wrong’ will be considered by the law
Six answers from the UDD, page 27
Or reconciliation with 100 tricks, page 2
Collection of photos of the red murdered, full 8 pages

From Truth Today, May 7-10, 2010
The headline reads: The reconciliation of Abhisit

From Truth Today, May 7-10, 2010
The caption reads: No description
[The Thai letter on the man behind Abhisit is “por-pla." This initial is meant to imply that several top people such as Prem, Pruyuth, Pok [Anupong] , etc. desire death and chaos.]

From Truth Today, May 7-10, 2010
The caption reads: The atmosphere [on the red stage] after Abhisit Vejjajiva proposes the "road map"

From Red Thai News, May 7-13, 2010
The headline reads: Clearing the rally site in style of the Democrat Party”
[The article tries to explain the relationship contrast Thaksin and the amart (aristocrats).]

 

From Thai Red News, Column: I am civil servant, Author Jakrapob Penkair, May 7-13, 2010
The headline reads: Red Cross today turns to be in black?
[The article criticizes the reaction to the red searching of Chulalongkorn Hospital]



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