Is Thailand at the tipping point?


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3 thoughts on “Is Thailand at the tipping point?

  1. Theoretically, the present Thailand government's "Thought Police" are assuming the outrageous pose that they can go after citizens of countries other than Thailand for comments, thoughts, idea, visuals that take place in any country on earth, not just inside Thailand, even a citizen of Greenland living in Kazakhstan, for instance. So we all have to either shut up and live in constant fear of "Thailand's Thought Police" as they roam worldwide looking for "thought criminals" or buckle up and not allow these sad sack 3rd world clowns to take away our right to freely express our thoughts and views as we see fit.

  2. It's one thing to risk breaching the Thai laws if you're breaking a major story, but if Matt gets banned from Thailand for this post it would be a waste of a Thai savvy journalist! Pathetic too, given that the point you are taking a risk to illustrate is incorrect.

    You wrote: "The last time Thai cables made a stir was with the release of a November 4, 2008…"

    What about those BKK Embassy cables WikiLeaks released in December 2010?!

  3. OK, after re-reading the sentence I realized that Nov. 4, 2008 doesn't refer to "The last time…" but to the date of the cable. The grammar isn't ideal, but neither was my reading careful.

    Nevertheless, in this environment, writing about these things calls for an extra measure of caution.

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