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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2 Responses to Breaking the Power Outside of Parliament

  1. Wiz says:

    This editorial cartoon implied that UDD men should not use a full force against Constitution Court Judges at the time being since the power to support those Judges are too strong for UDD men to challenge. Those strong forces that support Constitution Court Judges will hurt UDD men which has been shown as Ai Too who was bleeding by the edge of the machete (Constitution Court Judges) .

  2. vin says:

    not with your elbow, it with your knee

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