A May 2010's Article From Anonymous Farang who loves the King of Thailand (1)
( Last edit 2010-05-22 )
Thaksin, Godfather of the Red Shirts, Motives To Terrorism
Real legal evidence has recently emerged of Thaksin’s direct involvement in terrorism. This evidence appears even more relevant after the enormous terror and arson attacks inflicted by the red shirts on the Royal Thai capital on Wednesday the 18th after the government took steps to clear the red shirts from Rajaprasong. On Thursday the 19th of May at 7.40pm the Department of Special Investigation Director-General Tharit Pengdit announced that the Criminal Court has approved an arrest warrant for terrorism against 10 people including former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The director-general Tharit later confirmed that the court is holding back the arrest warrant against Thaksin, and will re-consider it on Monday. The Court obviously wants to make sure that they have accurate evidence for the arrest warrant to be issued.
The previous day Bangkok, the city of angels, was turned into a war zone with blood flowing down the streets from both sides. Children, women, the elderly and monks were used as human shields by the red shirts under secret orders from their godfather to destroy and burn everything at will in order to turn the Prime Minister and the other most highly respected person in the land into tyrants. There is no doubt who was behind this. He should know that most Thais now feel that his wickedness has been increased to the level of a state terrorist. He has changed from an escaped local Thai criminal into an international terrorist.
During the six years (2001-2007) that he held the post as Prime Minister, he succeded in his political advertisement to portray himself as the savior of the Thai nation during the economic crisis for improving the living standard of grassroots Thais. But the most unforgiveable mistake he ever made was that he took advantage of his public position for personal gain and that of his cronies. He took far more advantage of his position than any previous Thai politicians. Thaksin’s utter greed for even more power became the root cause for the current problems in Thailand.
After the coup of the 19th of September 2006 to solve the political crisis caused by the corruption of the Thaksin government the prediction of his fortune teller came true that he would not have a home country to live in since he was charged with many offenses relating to his political corruption and abuses of power up until the final Supreme Court ruling. Thaksin fled a two-year jail term handed down in October 2008 by the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions after it found him guilty of abuse of authority by helping his wife to win a bid for a Ratchadaphisek property seven years ago. The verdict was given in his absence but the other Shinawatras and his ex-wife were present at the trial.
Later, in February 2010 the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions passed another sentence for which Shinawatras are charged with undue gaining while in PM Thaksin's authority. The key points of the ruling include the following:
Thaksin and Pojaman were Shin Corp’s actual shareholders while Thaksin was the Prime Minister.
Thaksin abused his power in the conversion telecom concession fees into excise tax, which benefited AIS.
Thaksin’s Cabinet assisted AIS by cutting the revenue-sharing rate in the prepaid-card mobile phone concession between AIS and the state-owned TOT.
Shin Corp and Shin Satellite (now called Thaicom) benefited from the Thaksin government’s leniency when the Thaicom 3 satellite was damaged and state funds were used to acquire a replacement.
The Thaksin government’s policy requiring Exim Bank to lend 4 Billion Baht to Burma benefited Shin Corp and Shin Satellite.
Thaksin was involved in an AIS concession amendment on global roaming charges, but did not benefit from the charge after Shin Corp was sold to Termasek.
Thaksin abused his power while serving as Prime Minister, which directly benefited Shin Cop, AIS and Shin Satellite.
The court ruled that 46.37 billion Baht (about 1.5 billion USD) of the frozen assets earned while Thaksin was in power must be seized while the remaining 30.24 billion baht (just less than 1 billion USD) originally belonged to the defendant and his family before he entered politics. Thaksin's lawyer filed an appeal on the only ground allowed that is if he has some new evidences. The court has accepted the appeal for deliberation.
This article is a summary of the current Thaksin's criminal cases which clearly proof very clearly the motive why Ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra who had abused his political power for personal financial gain to pursue his own political and financial ambitions, fled Thailand and heads terrorism movements of the red-shirts to sabotage his homeland.
Ronayos: It is great to have foreigner "Farang" to help defending Thailand whereas it is so sad to have Thais devastating the country.