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Thai Monarchy support Democracy

The online attack from other democratic countries have abused Thai people since the end of Thaksin government. The dark online users got paid to make websites said that Thailand was Absolute Monarchy. The foreigners may love to have fun to blame other people, because to hate something will has much more stuff to say than to love something. They will keep searching about bad words, and create more pages to gain the interesting.

As the meaning of “Thai” as I mentioned before, it means “Freedom”. King Prajadhipok or King Rama 7 signed for The Constitution of the Siam Kingdom on December, 10th 1932. It was for Democracy. In that date, democracy tended to have much more freedom than communism. Nowaday, if there was no the Red Shirt Protester, Thai people would have a lot of freedom as in New York City. Everyone can invest money for the business, and every can be famous. The kids can become rock stars. Many teenagers do the hip-hop dance on the street. We all have freedom.

A peaceful artist corner of Silpakorn University Bangkok Campus.

Constitutional Monarchy is what we have. If it is not the most important case, Thai King will not come down to give a speech for the politicians. Thai King has never refused to sign for all Prime Ministers who got elected. If there was no corruption in some political parties, Thailand will have a perfect democracy at this point.

The day that Thai people will never forget is October, 14th 1973. Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej gave a speech which can stop the dictators to kill Thai students. The situation is perfectly different from the today Red Shirt protesters, but they tried to make it look the same. Thai government in 1973 did a lot of corruption, but Abhisit does not. The protestors in 1973 are college/university students, but the Red Shirt protesters do not have a high educated. Those 1973 students needed the new election without cheating, but the Red Shirt need a dictator.

If the King did not help us at that date, we will never have democracy today. Nowadays, he tries to help us again, but some of us still do not know that they do not protest to get democracy. Current students have never cared about the politics. The Yellow Shirt people who the Red Shirt hate are the survivors on October, 14th 1973. They still love their country and democracy. They still hate the corruption.

Thai student with diploma after complete the bachelor degree. With the statue of Mahidol Adulyadej (สมเด็จพระมหิตลาธิเบศร อดุลยเดชวิกรม พระบรมราชชนก), or the father of King Ananda Mahidol (Rama 8 ) and King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama 9)

Where is the current Thai student? Why don’t we see them protect our country?
** Most of them protect Thailand from the Red Shirt online. They are on Facebook. The problem is whatever they talk or write on Facebook are not public sources. 99% of them post their political idea in Thai language, so this does not help the foreigners to understand what happens in Thailand.
** Many students still do not care about the politics, and this is a big shame. They are interested in Korean pop stars. Many Thai people can dance better than them, but some Thai companies still paid million bahts to get Korean stars in their 10 seconds advertisement. This describe a part of fangirls who do not really care about the world.


Suggest to read
Thailand and Freedom of Speech
The fear of Anti-Communism in Thailand 2010s
Nicolas Cage : City of Angels and Bangkok Dangerous
Red-Shirt Protest in Thailand
Thai government does not pay for the Electric Bill anymore

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