Firebrand activist facing terror charge for Thailand’s ‘Red Shirt’ protests gets Cabinet post
โจรเสื้อแดงกลายเป็นอำมาตย์เสื้อแดง

Firebrand activist facing terror charge for Thailand’s ‘Red Shirt’ protests gets Cabinet post – AP, January 18, 2012
A firebrand ‘Red Shirt’ leader charged with terrorism over the movement’s 2010 protests was appointed Wednesday to Thailand’s Cabinet, and a second appointee is a businesswoman blacklisted from certain U.S. financial transactions…
[There are several YouTube videos preserving Nattawut’s now-famous quote to burn the city.]

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2 Responses to Firebrand activist facing terror charge for Thailand’s ‘Red Shirt’ protests gets Cabinet post
โจรเสื้อแดงกลายเป็นอำมาตย์เสื้อแดง

  1. Rayko says:

    “the blockade of the airport with PAD is fun, there is great entertainment and good food around here, I don’t understand why people complain” quoted from Kasit Thailands previous foreign minister (The democrats). Why did he get a post as a foreign minister after joining terrorist to block government house and airport is more odd. dissqualify Samak as a prime minister for cooking food on television is another nonsense, then they kicked out Somchai because PAD is protesting and rampaging around the city.

    Abhisit and his democrats killed over 100 people by telling the millitary to use real bullets. After that Abhisit said that they were just followingg international standard hahaha. He is not in jail yet, PAD members are not in jail yet. Why is that, WHY? PAD almost started a war with Cambodia as well, like a civilwar was not enough.

  2. Wiz says:

    ^^^
    That’s marriage of convenience between Democrat and PAD not COUNT!
    BTW, the corrected headline should be “โจเสื้อแดงกลายเป็นอำมาตย์เสื้อแดง”

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