A May 2010's Article From Anonymous Farang who loves the King of Thailand (2)
( Last edit 2010-05-22 )
Why can an international Terrorist shop in Louis Vuitton in Paris while his terrorist cells are carrying out his orders in Bangkok?
Does he really care about his red shirts if he is shopping in Paris while his supporters were involved in terrorist atrocities in the Thai capital?
France said Thursday May, 20, 2010 it would try to prevent ex-Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra from speaking out on the political crisis in his homeland while he is on its territory.
On the 20th of May, AFP referred to Le Figro of France that the Foreign Affairs Department of France is very closely following the movements of the international terrorist Thaksin Shinawatra. He managed to find time to go shopping with his family at Louis Vuitton on the day which he issued orders through his red shirt leaders in Bangkok to commit arson and terrorist atrocities on the centre of Bangkok similar to 9/11 in the US. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the republic of France has been following the movements of the international terrorist Thaksin very closely to prevent him from talking about politics while he is in Paris. He is under strict instructions not to speak about the political situation in Thailand on French soil or he will be deported from France. This is a sign that the international community, led by France, is starting to realize that he was directly responsible for funding terrorism in Thailand as reports emerge of stockpiles of weapons, arms and numerous bombs in the possession of histerrorists supporters.
Because of his troubles in France, he has been forced to flee to London on his illegally purchased Montenegrin passport. Shame on the British government for allowing him to enter the UK on a fake passport! Thaksin is believed to be travelling under a fake Montenegro passport and under new identity as the Royal Thai government has revoked his diplomatic passport.
The British authorities are most probably interested in trying to get him to pay the tax that he owes the Inland revenue department. He has not changed his ways of avoiding tax from his experiences in Thailand.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs in France forced Thaksin to cancel a speech which he was going to deliver at the little know Centre for Political Activism is Paris about the crisis in Thailand on the 24th of May. "Under the context of violence in Thailand," France has "told Thaksin, whose stay was strictly private in France, that he should refrain from any public expression or statement during his stay on our territory," ministry spokesman Bernard Valero said in a press briefing.
He was endeavoring to pursue his own personal political agenda by spreading his propaganda in the forum of a public press conference. Organisers confirmed that the event organised by the Centre of Political and Foreign Affairs was still expected to go ahead, but added that the fugitive former Thai leader had temporarily left Paris for London.
The Centre will keep trying to get him to appear because they do not understand the entire situation in Thailand and the fact that he is a wanted convict on-the-run!