The Statue of Liberty and Thailand


From Komchadluek, February 2, 2015
Soldier: I would like to invite you to participate in attitude readjustment.
[This mocks with the junta government’s means of reconciliation where it requires dissidents including Red Shirt leaders and anti-junta government groups to report to the army for “attitude readjustment.” After the criticism the junta endured from the U.S. at the end of January, the military likely would wish it could summon U.S. officials for “attitude readjustment.”]


From Komchadluek, January 28, 2015
Statue of Liberty: When will you end martial law?


From Komchadluek, February 2, 2015
Thai giant: Frankly speaking, I don’t like what you have done to me.
[Refers to criticism from U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, Daniel Russel on former PM Yingluck’s impeachment and martial law.]


From a graphic circulated on social media: “Martial law” is implemented in Thailand to protect Thai people from riots. It’s not implemented in the U.S., so stop interfering!!! Go back to your country to deal with racism and pay your debt to China, “asshole.”
[After the remarks of US Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Russel about Thai political situation, the junta government expressed their disappointment and called on the US to stop intervening in other countries’ internal affairs.
This is an example of online speech criticizing the U.S. position in Thailand.]


From Nop, January 30, 2015


From Post Today, February 1, 2015
On the banner: Martial law

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