Dog barks at airplane

From Manager, February 6, 2017
Sign around the dog’s neck: NACC (National Anti-Corruption Commission)
On the plane: Rolls-Royce bribery
Caption: Dog barks at airplane.

[“Dog barks at airplane” is a saying that means something is trying to impact something that is beyond their reach.
The cartoon ridicules local efforts to combat corruption as Thai authorities do not seem to have the means nor the will to meaningfully address corruption–especially from influential businesses like Thai Airways.]

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