Breaking the Power Outside of Parliament

From Thairath, June 13, 2012
The caption title reads: Don’t break a big knife handle with your elbow. [“Break a big knife handle with your elbow” is a Thai idiom that means using power to force others to get what you want.]
On the headband: UDD
Above the knife: Power outside of parliament
On the knife: Constitutional Judge
The House Speaker is at far left with papers that read: charter amendment, reconciliation
Yingluck holding papers that read: Go ahead Thailand project
The mouse says: Watch out, you do by yourselves and you will get hurt by yourselves.
The tiny sign reads: Stop unfairness
[What is the message here? That Red Shirts should not try to challenge the court on their own?]

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