The Cult of Yingluck


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The sign reads: On top: “This project is part of a plan to prevent and fight drug problem. It’s also aimed to develop our youth to grow up to be decent adults in the future.”
On the red tint: Thai cheer power . . . support our teenagers to win over drugs. Come to watch the 5-player Street Soccer, a competition for the “Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra” cup and a prize money of more than 17 million baht.


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The sign reads: The Department of Physical Education, Ministry of Tourism and Sports invites you to Thailand’s Royal Celebration Marching Band International Contest 2012 at the National Stadium, Pathumwan [Bangkok] and Muang Pattaya, Cholburi province between August 22 – 25, 2012.


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The sign reads: Raise the minimum labor wage to 300 baht – Improving quality of life of laborers across the country
[The woman is Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. The man is Phadermchai Sasomsap, head of the Labour Ministry]
At bottom: Thai labourers up-stream – capital of Thai economy [Ton thang ton thoon in Thai. These words are meant to rhyme in Thai.] The Ministry of Labor is ready to take care of every laborer.


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The sign reads: Upgrading the educational foundation of the people.
Finish Matthayom 6 within 8 months
Qualifications – 18 years and up
– Earn one’s own living
– Attend classes as specified
Contact: Every ONIE [Office of the Non-Formal and Informal Education] Tambon, provincial and Bangkok that close to your home.
Woman: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra
Man: Assoc Prof Suchat Thadathamrongvej, Minister of Education


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The sign reads: Nurture [literally translated word is “build”] good kids, smart kids . . . for the future of Thailand
Woman: Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra
Man: Gp. Capt. Anudit Nakornthap, Minister of the Information and Communication Technology of Thailand

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