Hero is to Turn Over a New Leaf; Nevin Chidchob


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“Look in the mirror, Say, I’m a Hero”, a part of Zi:Kill lyrics in a song which I have never ever understand by its Japanese language. Let’s look at a guy called, “Hero” for Thai people 2010, Nevin Chidchob (เนวิน ชิดชอบ).

Nevin and his father, Chai Chidchob had been with the side of Tuksin Shinnawat, the tyrant. Many Thai people consider Nevin as a weird guy who has Myanmar name and he is called, “Cambodian Shaman”. He looked for the Northeast of Thailand for Tuksin in its prime minister period, and people said that he also did some black magic things to help Tuksin alive.

About two years ago, Nevin grasped that he was with the wrong side. It was the time for him to turn over a new life. All the Thai educated people had hated Nevin, but right then when he knew his past mistake, all people did forgive him. After that, he has worked for the democracy of Thailand which mean the anti-tyrant and anti-communism.

His new group is called, “the Blue Shirt” which resist the Red Shirt protesters in the Northeast of Thailand. The Blue Shirt is from the Northeast, too. The fact is most Red Shirt comes from poor or uneducated people in the Northeast. To run these people to work for something, one has to have money to pay them. Spring 2010, the number of the Red Shirt rebels was extremely increased because of the revenge of the tyrant. The Blue Shirt who had worked very hard in 2009 got slow down.

Nevin’s politic movements bring all the Bangkokers called him, “Hero”. They said, “Oh!, that’s the Blue knight”, “Nevin is so awesome”, until “He could be our next prime minister”. Nevin does not change only himself and Thai people’s attitude to him, he also changes his father to be with him. Personally, Nevin is very happy to be with the good side. Everyone loves to be admired. As Nevin’s past, he could understand the feeling of being abused so well. Right now, while he acts to be called, “Hero”, Tuksin pays to be called, “Hero”. While he is called, ‘Hero’ by educated people and the Bangkokers, Tuksin is called, ‘Hero’ by uneducated people. So just consider, which one is the last long.

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“Sometime, everything just points to the blue sky”, Sw Eden

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