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29 Sep 2010 10:27 AEST

koo

From: sydney

it's not simple

This article only 30% true, When the violence started? not after soldiers shot them? If it's really taksin money, why didn't he use that money to bribe the politicians or someone who has more power than famers? wouldn't it be easier? In Thailand, Who is the richest? How many PP richer than taksin?

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28 Sep 2010 17:12 AEST

george

From: sydney

i'm the one who fund them

me myself and a lot of thais pp in australia and all around the world including in thailand itself have been funding them. saying only thaksin funding them is not totally true as you show in your video they were doing fund raising for a fight. every red shirt, they all talking about democracy and freedom. yes i would say they love thaksin but not personally but his policies. by saying that red shirt fight for thaksin is not really correct. because if you look back in thailand history.

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22 Sep 2010 11:43 AEST

Ami

From: Thaismileland

Thank you with Truth

Thank you for doing this Scoop. Thai people are not able to receive news from the country. They would just need to tell you the rest of the world know the truth.

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22 Sep 2010 11:20 AEST

Klaus Crimson

From: Bangkok

Wrong

Shawn Crispin has been proven wrong this weekend. More than 15'000 redshirts were showing up in Bangkok. They were all coming on their own free will and no one gave anyone a single Baht to join the rally this Sunday on Ratchaprasong. The UDD wanted to focus its protest onto Chiang Mai. However the mass of the redshirts converged onto Bangkok. I was meeting people that were actually travelling from Chiang Mai to Bangkok on their own expenses. That's not something Thaksin could switch on and off.

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20 Sep 2010 09:36 AEST

ian

From: perth

Same same but different

The political problems in Thailand will not go away until true reform takes place. Sadly, that's not likely to happen anytime soon.

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