Red Power, August 2011

From Red Power, August 17, 2011
The main headline reads: I am the real leader of the party [The man is Yongyuth Vichaidith, Pheu Thai party leader, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, who considered to be the backup PM if Yingluck is disqualified.]
The headline at the bottom: The power clashes at Jatuporn station
Headlines at the very top: Think different, why need to be in jail? Calling for the release of political prisoners [This refers to the issue of openly criticize the monarchy.]

From Red Power, August 2011
The word is read: Information from Thai E-News
Reuters journalist resigns for [being able to] reveal “secret” of Thailand
[Calling readers’ attention to the royal gossip in the online book by a former Reuters’ journalist.]

From Red Power, August 2011
The white word is read: The unsealed letter from political prisoner
Somyos Prueksakasemsuk to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, page 19 [This is part of the Red Shirt effort to pressure the new government to release Red Shirts leader and others detained on lese majeste charges.]

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One Response to Red Power, August 2011

  1. Tim says:

    Interesting how a criminal like Jutaporn is allowed to walk the streets after what he was repsonsible for all the destruction and killings. I don’t think anyone care about him or listens to him anyway.
    Releasing political prisoners? That shouldn’t surprise anyone! Where else in the world can you committ a crime, admit to it. proven guilty and be out on the street a free man the following day! What a joke and there is no embarassment in their part either!

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