Shutting Up the Firebrands to Save the Government

From Manager, October 31, 2012
Suranand Vejjajiva says to Yingluck: Kokaaew is the guy… stitch them tightly.
Caption: If you’re afraid that ten of thousands will be mobilize for the next protest… you have to shut down the mob-calling devices. [meaning these persons’ actions are creating a situation that causes protesters to come out onto the streets]

[Suranand Vejjajiva is the chief adviser to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. On the couch, from left: Pheu Thai party’s spokesperson Prompong Nopparit; Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Ubumrung; Pheu Thai party’s party list MP Kokaew Pikulthong.
These are all outspoken people who seem to enjoy making provocative statements that draw attention to themselves, but might harm the government.
With new anti-government protests threatened, the cabinet was formed in a way to ensure that the government is not inviting controversy and protest.]

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