At the PAD rally site


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The sign reads: Police killed the people – Police killed the people on 7 October: the day tyrants killed the people – Murder at Thai parliament [This refers to 2008 when Thaksin’s People Power Party attempted to disperse PAD protesters blocking access to parliament leading to some gruesome injuries and deaths]


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The sign reads: Neo Protest – Stop the corrupted politicians selling the nation – We ask Thais to exercise this right – Vote No – Peace – Non-violence – Integrity – Purity – Profundity – Straightness


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The Thai words read: Duty – Paying back debt – Making merit for the homeland [this refers to the idea that a person a debt to pay back to his land and make merit by protecting their land]


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The sign reads: The world needs non-violence [the photo is from the 1973 or 1976 political upheavals]


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The sign reads: PAD Uttaradith – Pichai, the brave hero – PAD Uttaradith [Pichai is a historical warrior]


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The sign reads: I insist that there is no reason that I will exchange the land for other benefits – If I do that, not only should not be in the position of PM, but also should not live in this land further – Abhisit Vejjajiva Prime Minister 7 August 2010 at the Thailand – Japan Sport Stadium (Dindaeng) [This is supposed to be an ironic quote considering the questionable PAD contention that Thailand risks losing millions of rai if they cooperate with Cambodia on the Preah Vihear.]


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Above: Piles of “Vote No” posters


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The sign reads: The Thai Koo Fah Din community on Pitsanulok Road

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