Welcome to the “Democratic Republic of Lanna People”

Red shirts wear rebellion headbands to welcome Yingluck – TPBS, February 28, 2014
…The headbands and banners bearing the sor por por Lanna scronym are part of the increasing sign of dissent of the red-shirt followers against what they claimed as the ammart class in Bangkok for their alleged bias against the Pheu Thai government and increasing talk of separatism.

[2015 note: This article has vanished from the net after just one year. Here is the full text.]

Red shirts wear rebellion headbands to welcome Yingluck
in Breaking News | February 28, 2014

Red-shirt followers wore white headbands bearing the acronym “sor por por Lanna” (the Democratic Republic of Lanna People) to welcome caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra during her visit to an OTOP trade fair held in Sankamphaeng district of Chiang Mai today (Friday).

Some of the red shirts also carried little red and white flags as they cruised around the district in motorcycles to give morale support to Ms Yingluck.

The headbands and banners bearing the sor por por Lanna scronym are part of the increasing sign of dissent of the red-shirt followers against what they claimed as the ammart class in Bangkok for their alleged bias against the Pheu Thai government and increasing talk of separatism.

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3 Responses to Welcome to the “Democratic Republic of Lanna People”

  1. Wiz says:

    Here is the collection of Lanna People Democratic Republic during the visiting of OTOP in San Kamphaeng district of Chiang Mai
    http://2bangkokforum.com/showthread.php?4203-Secession-Movement-from-North-to-South&p=40605#

  2. %%% says:

    The People’s Democratic Republic of Laos doesn’t belong to the people and isn’t democratic.

  3. Wiz says:

    KHun %%%,

    Exactly – as we have already known this fact. Those UDD leader just repeat the good old tactics of CPT men as they were ex-CPT men.

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