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Ultimate objectives of PAD

       a. PAD wants to get rid of corruptions. Thaksin, the billionaire civilian dictator, has left Thailand with extensive high level of corruptions and proxy politicians. Having cheated the country while in power, Thaksin hid his corrupt billion of dollars worth of assets overseas. When ousted, Thaksin is subjected to numerous convictions but cowardly fled jail overseas and pull strings on politicians to sabotage his homeland.

       b. PAD protects the Monarchy. Thaksin wants to launder himself through amending the laws with his proxy politicians, while trying to abolish the Monoarchy and make himself a President, that is to cause turmoils and change Thailand from being a "Kingdom" to a "Republic" in stead.

       c. As a permanent cure for Thailand, PAD wants to get real democracy for Thailand. At present it is a fake democracy with bad on-sale politicians.

       d. To achieve all above a, b, c we have to get rid of Thaksin and his proxy politicians and punish them according to the laws.


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    Letters From International Transport and Worker Unions Around The World to PM Abhisit, Questioning The Terrorist Charges on PAD (1)

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    Messages From the Netherlands
    Subject: protest
    From: "Henk Onstwedder"
    Date: Mon, July 20, 2009 8:37 pm
    To: itfthai@asiaaccess.net.th

    Dear Prime Minister Vejjajiva

    I am writing on behalf of the International Transport Workers' Federation, which represents over five million union members in the transport industry worldwide, to express my very serious concern about the summons recently issued by Thai police against trade union leaders and PAD supporters. It appears the charges are made in relation to the non-violent airport occupations and closures that occurred last year.

    I understand these charges include invasion and destruction of property, inciting unrest and additionally of terrorism - a charge that carries the death penalty. Such charges are grossly exaggerated. According to reliable reports, no physical damage was caused by the airport occupations and the only violence was the throwing of a grenade - not by PAD supporters, but by supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra.

    From the information I have received, police have acted against a number of trade union leaders and 30 leading members of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on these charges. Many of the union leaders summonsed are from ITF affiliated-organisations. They are Bro. Somsak -Kosaisook (former president and present advisor of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand), Bro Sawit Kaewwarn (President of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand) Sis. Chamsri Sukchotirat (President of Thai Airways International Union) and Bro. Sirichai Mai-ngam (President of the Electricity Generating Authority State Enterprise Workers' Union).

    The ITF fully supports the rights of its members to engage in legitimate and peaceful protest action and would strongly urge you to intervene to quash these shocking allegations and withdraw the charges made.

    I am sure that you agree with me, Prime Minister Vejjajiva, not only that these charges are disproportionate in nature, but also that a priority of any government must be to foster positive industrial relations.

    I would be very grateful to hear your comments on the matter

    Yours sincerely

    David Cockroft
    Henk Onstwedder
    FNV Bondgenoten Netherlands




    Messages From Belgium
    Subject: Dear Prime Minister Vejjajiva
    From: "Veronique De Roeck"

    Date: Mon, July 20, 2009 2:15 am
    To: "'thaibxl@thaiembassy.be'"
    Cc: "'webmaster@opm.go.th'"

    Dear Mister Ambassador,

    I am writing on behalf of the International Transport Workers' Federation, which represents over five million union members in the transport industry worldwide, to express my very serious concern about the summons recently issued by Thai police against trade union leaders and PAD supporters. It appears the charges are made in relation to the non-violent airport occupations and closures that occurred last year.

    I understand these charges include invasion and destruction of property, inciting unrest and additionally of terrorism - a charge that carries the death penalty. Such charges are grossly exaggerated. According to reliable reports, no physical damage was caused by the airport occupations and the only violence was the throwing of a grenade - not by PAD supporters, but by supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra.

    From the information I have received, police have acted against a number of trade union leaders and 30 leading members of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on these charges. Many of the union leaders summonsed are from ITF affiliated-organisations. They are Bro. Somsak Kosaisook (former president and present advisor of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand), Bro Sawit Kaewwarn (President of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand) Sis. Chamsri Sukchotirat (President of Thai Airways International Union) and Bro. Sirichai Mai-ngam (President of the Electricity Generating Authority State Enterprise Workers' Union.

    The ITF fully supports the rights of its members to engage in legitimate and peaceful protest action and would strongly urge you to intervene to quash these shocking allegations and withdraw the charges made.

    I am sure that you agree with me, Mister Ambassador, not only that these charges are disproportionate in nature, but also that a priority of any government must be to foster positive industrial relations.

    I would be very grateful to hear your comments on the matter

    Yours sincerely
    Frank Moreels,
    Federal Secretary BTB Road Transport and Logistics Belgium




    Subject: charges against trade union and PAD leaders
    From: "Veronique De Roeck"

    Date: Mon, July 20, 2009 2:12 am
    To: "'webmaster@opm.go.th'"

    Dear Prime Minister Vejjajiva

    I am writing on behalf of the International Transport Workers' Federation, which represents over five million union members in the transport industry worldwide, to express my very serious concern about the summons recently issued by Thai police against trade union leaders and PAD supporters. It appears the charges are made in relation to the non-violent airport occupations and closures that occurred last year.

    I understand these charges include invasion and destruction of property, inciting unrest and additionally of terrorism - a charge that carries the death penalty. Such charges are grossly exaggerated. According to reliable reports, no physical damage was caused by the airport occupations and the only violence was the throwing of a grenade - not by PAD supporters, but by supporters of Thaksin Shinawatra.

    From the information I have received, police have acted against a number of trade union leaders and 30 leading members of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on these charges. Many of the union leaders summonsed are from ITF affiliated-organisations. They are Bro. Somsak Kosaisook (former president and present advisor of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand), Bro Sawit Kaewwarn (President of the State Railway Workers Union of Thailand) Sis. Chamsri Sukchotirat (President of Thai Airways International Union) and Bro. Sirichai Mai-ngam (President of the Electricity Generating Authority State Enterprise Workers' Union).

    The ITF fully supports the rights of its members to engage in legitimate and peaceful protest action and would strongly urge you to intervene to quash these shocking allegations and withdraw the charges made.

    I am sure that you agree with me, Prime Minister Vejjajiva, not only that these charges are disproportionate in nature, but also that a priority of any government must be to foster positive industrial relations.

    I would be very grateful to hear your comments on the matter

    Yours sincerely
    Frank Moreels,
    Federal Secretary BTB Road Transport and Logistics Belgium

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