Defending Against Thaksin And His Red-Shirt Gang
Thaksin's Day is Numbered
( Last edit 2009-04-19 )
Despite being convicted for 2-years imprisonment, fugitive Thaksin was able to travel to countries including Australia, China, Hong Kong, Dubai and Cambodia on his private jet, frequently giving interviews that have fuelled the conflict bitterly dividing Thailand since he jumped bails in August 2008.
Thaksin made frequent video and telephone speeches to his supporters as they forced the cancellation of the ASEAN leaders' summit last weekend and then rampaged through the streets of Bangkok. At one stage Thaksin called for Thais to rise in a revolution. The sole malicious intention is to cause excessive turmoils in the country in order to force an amendment of the constitution or Royal intervention for a Royal pardon to launder Thaksin and his cronies.
Thaksin is now a definite international terrorist, following the instigating of violent sabotage of the ASEAN meeting in Pattaya with his off-shore corrupt money.
The red-shirts' reign-of-terror ended only when troops surrounded their base at Bangkok's government house on April 14, 2009 while Thaksin went out shopping luxury with his recently-flown-out whole family to join him in Dubai.
Thaksin had (planned and) thought that the dispersal of the rally by the miliatary would have killed dozens of protestors. He went out boastfully giving immediate interviews on BBC, CNN, Al Jazeera etc. framing and accusing the Thai government and the military of killing the protestors. Thaksin was trying to bluff his way out with international condemnation on PM Abhisit's government.
Instead, the international media reporters witnessed the violences by red-shirt mobs, two deaths by re-shirt shooting at innocent people, and zero death by the military dispersal procedures. It turned out to be that the paid failed-and-fake uprising, making Thaksin a naked clown making hoax calls on all international media.
Thaksin is now in difficult situation after having Thai Diplomatic passport as well as all other Thai passports revoked. "The Foreign ministry can cancel or recall a passport if it can prove that a person has used it to damage to the country," a Government spokesman, Panitan Wattanayagorn, said. Thaksin instigated red-shirt protestors that forced the cancellation of the ASEAN leaders summit in the resort town of Pattaya on April 11, 2009.
The days of Thaksin jetting around the world as he manipulates events in Bangkok are numbered. Despite of a Nicaragua diplomatic passport, it is not a legal one.Thaksin will be incoveniently flying around the globe now with this kind of passport.
An international arrest warrant has been issued for Thaksin which makes the number of countries which would welcome him rapidly diminishing. The Thai government has secured an extradition treaty negotiations with China and probably soon with Hong Kong which Thaksin has used as a base to meet his Thai puppet politicians and his cronies.
The Thai government also had requested the international police organisation, Interpol, to arrest Thaksin while pursuing a possible extradition treaty with Dubai. On top of that, due to Thaksin's provocation for violence, red-shirt mobs had shot at a Muslim Mosque while rampaging a big Muslim community in central Bangkok. As a result, Thai Muslims came out to petition United Arab Emirates to extradite Thaksin. It made Thaksin rapidly move out from Dubai to somewhere in Africa.
Imagine, what would happen to an international terrorist masterminder sabotaging a meeting of international leaders in any Western countries, How UK, US, Russia or even China would deal with such masterminder if the act of terrorists are done on their soil. Would the super powers, now not consider Thaksin a crooked lunatics, a potential hazard for destabilization of the whole region and even the world economic recovery. Perhaps, Thai jail is now the only safest place for Thaksin.
AUSTRALIAN NEWS AGENT
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