Weekly News Magazines, September 6, 2013

Nation Weekend, 6 September 2013

From Nation Weekend, September 6, 2013
Cover reads: Close Thaksin
[‘Thaksin’ here means ‘the south.’ This refers to the rubber growers’ protest in the south that was seen to have the added goal of pressuring the government and thus hindering Thaksin attempts for amnesty and the rewriting of the constitution.]

Matichon Weekly, 6 September 2013

From Matichon Weekly, September 6, 2013
Cover reads: Close highways-railways… Oust Poo
[‘Poo’ is nickname of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. This also refers to the rubber growers’ protest at Kuan Nong Hong intersection in Nakhon Ratchasima Province. The story claims that the protest was related to the attempts to raise a “people’s army” to confront the “Thaksin regmine” that was being organized at Lumpini Park in Bangkok. It also stated that both movements were supported by the Democrat Party.]

ASTV Manager Weekly_7 September 2013

From ASTV Manager Weekly, September 7, 2013
Cover reads: Luang Phi Namfon, Big Bro from Nakhon Chaisri camp
[Refers to the scandalous behavior of Phra Khu Palad Sitthiwat, the abbot of Pai Lom Temple in Nakhonpathom Province, after he went to Au Noi Temple and demanded urine tests of 46 monks in the temple.]

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