Special report – Defiance in Thailand’s “red shirt villages”

Special report – Defiance in Thailand’s “red shirt villages” – Reuters, June 9, 2011
…”If Pheu Thai wins and they don’t let us form a government, Yingluck should rest first. Brothers and sisters, you come out,” veteran red-shirt leader Nattawut Saikua told a recent rally of about 30,000 supporters in Udon Thani. “Attack. Attack,” he added to waves of applause. “Let’s get this over with and finish the fight. Then we will bring Yingluck back to become prime minister…”

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2 Responses to Special report – Defiance in Thailand’s “red shirt villages”

  1. Banksy says:

    Let’s put a pair of boxing gloves on this puffed-up windbag and see how much fight he has got in him. Doubtless, he really prefers to spill other people’s blood so he can sit back and enjoy his newly-acquired political power & wealth in the maximum of comfort.

  2. Wisarut says:

    ^^^
    Better put either pairs of steel knuckles with sharp edges or the good of striped with with broken glass and glue … in gladiator style fighting if they want …

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