Red Power, January 2013

Cover reads: This New Year, it must be Thaksin no matter what.

    Other headlines:

  • From Interior Minister’s heart to the Thai people and sub-district and village chiefs
  • Why Chakkraphop doesn’t return to Thailand? And a perspective on Thaksin
  • A voice from zone 1, from the heart of the 112 Act prisoner
  • A secret record from the end ofthe era

From Red Power, January, 2013
The card reads: Happy New Year 2013
This New Year, I kraab [a gesture to show high respect to people] wishing every Red Power’s readers be happy, may you come across only good things in your lives, with warm families, and help Thai society with better quality socially, politically and economically. With love and good wishes. (signed; Thaksin Shinawatra)

From Red Power, January, 2013
The 2012 politics of Thaksin… the more he has been beaten, the bigger he becomes – 2013, overhaul Thailand. Still Thaksin no matter what.

From Red Power, January, 2013
A secret record at the end of the era; Politics at the end of King Rama V era, by King Rama VI (continued from the last issue)

From Red Power, January, 2013
Left is former prime minister and leader of the Democrat Party, Abhisit Vejjajiva; right is former deputy prime minster Suthep Thuaksuban
[The picture of them being hanged refers to the cases the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) is suing them for several criminal charges in connection with the Red Shirt protest during April and May 2010.]

From Red Power, January, 2013
Appointment with “Jakraphop Penkhae”; at a corner of AEC

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One Response to Red Power, January 2013

  1. Wiz says:

    From Red Power, January, 2013
    A secret record at the end of the era; Politics at the end of King Rama V era, by King Rama VI (continued from the last issue) => Referring to Prawat Tone ratchakarn Thee 6 [History account in the Early reign of King Rama VI] written by King Vajiravudh around 1924 published by Arts and Culture Publishing which give the viewpoints of King Vajiravudh about the event around 1910- early 1911 during the last days of King Chulalongkorn and first year of his own reign … but UDD men just writes the article as if it were hiddden and discovered by UDD leaders ….

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