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.



    Intriguing Thaksin vs Honest Cancer [Part II]

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    There have been lots of disputes against the trustworthiness of Thaksin's photos and videos. Some say they are fake and disproof them with equivalent doctoring of the photos.






    However, suppose Thaksin's photos are not technically fake, the easiest way to twist the fact which anybody or Thaksin could have done easily by himself, without help of photoshop experts, is the arbitary print of the dates and times on the photos.



    Ronayos's notes : Personally, I do not think that they would bother hiring a computer graphic artist to edit those photos. Some photos may have unnatural look of brightness and shades because of the use of flash light. Just print faulty but logical dates and times on them and that would be O.K. to lure people of his actual whereabouts.



    Already, however, someones have discussed about the discrepancy of the printed time on the photo as compared to the tower clock behind. That proves a probable fake printing of date and time on photos. No matter what anybody says, the photographer of Thaksin actually has kept the camera clock quite reasonable to match the lighting as appear in the photos. As one can see that the time printed in his previous photos in the facebook albums always logically match with the background, eg. for the photos taken in Russia, Stockholm, and Saudi Arabia.



    On April 25, 2010, Thaksinlives facebook presented 5 photos (five top most above) of Thaksin with beautiful seaside background sceneries, suggesting his presence in Fiji between April 17, 2010 and April 25, 2010 at 10:56.

    On April 26, 2010 AFP/Agency released an article : Ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra gives a statement to journalists as he leaves a bank in centre of Montenegrin capital of Podgorica. Thaksin said that he is considering several major investments in the Adriatic country of Montenegro, including development of a scenic island. The article includes a video that Thaksin, given an interview, confirms his current presence in Montenegro on that day.



    Ronayos's notes : International reporters, journalists or even news media are also known to be biased or purchasable, with Thaksin sweet briberies. For example, a controversial BBC reporter, a French news media



    The video footage just includes the questions to Thaksin about purchasing an island in Montenegro and that Thaksin has just become a new Montenegrin which was the hot issue for them in 2009. Whereas there is nothing about the hotter issues of current riots in Thailand or the accusation that Thaksin, as the mastermind, is an international terrorist.


    On April 28, 2010, thaksinlives facebook shows another new photo of Thaksin standing beside a national flag of Montenegro with clearly printed date of April 26, 2010, at 15:13. Since Montenegro clock lags 10 hours behind Fiji, Thaksin would have to fly his personal jet 10,200 miles (16,400 km) within 40 hours in order to make the two photos above possible. Though it is quite a long cruise and a bit hectic, it is possible. But what caused a rush of such billionaire Thaksin? OR the printed dates on the photos are totally fake up.

    That Same Old Tie


    Definitely, a Montenegrin newspaper reported on April 23, 2009 a major surprise to Montenegrin that Thaksin presented on his arrival at Monrovia airport, a possibly illicit Montenegrin passport numbered I38kd3695 whereas he had been using a Nicaraguan diplomatic passport before. A photo of Thaksin proudly showing the Montenegrin passport was also released. Not only Thaksin appeared to be exactly the same as seen in the photo of April 28, 2010, but also the necktie appears exactly the same one. Has Thaksin run out of necktie?

    Video Evidences of 2010 Ill and Healthy Thaksin

    Above, live video link of Thaksin to his red-shirt supporters' rally on March 31, 2010 when he was wearing a wig but look weak, ill and slower than his usual pace. Below, video clip of Thaksin giving flash appearance to AFP reporters, is claimed to be shot on April 26, 2010 when Thaksin appears healthier, faster and wearing the same necktie as in April 2009.

    The Explanation of Photos Collection
    Thaksin, a criminally proven in the court of law, is barred from British soil, as well as any decent developed countries. Between 2008 and 2009, before his Thai passports (both diplomatic and ordinary) were revoked by Abhisit's government, he deceptively paid visit to corrupt leaders of backward countries to shop for some new passports as well as honorary citizenships from Montenegro, Liberia, Fiji, Nicaragua, Uganda, Congo and Cambodia. As well to escape from extradition and interpol, Thaksin as a fugitive criminal always travels in disguise with his private jet and covers up his trails by misleading the public and releasing false information.

    Despite of being welknown criminal, Thaksin was once able to stealthily travelling using a French-issued Schengen visa, which allows a person to travel in the European Union on a single visa and applied for German residence permit after bribing a German lawyer. He entered the heart of Europe and spent some time in Switzerland, France and Germany during the winter of December 2008. It is not surprising that he might have extended his journey north to Stockholm and Moscow in the same trip when he took and collected the photos for later use. In 2010, Russia officially refuses that Thaksin ever gets in.

    More Hoax
    Oneindia said
    Bangkok, Apr 26 (ANI): Former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who has been living in self-exile, has denied rumors circulating on Internet that he is dead.

    Rumours about Thaksin's death have been sweeping the Internet in recent days, after it became clear that the former premier was suffering from terminal stage cancer.

    One version said he had died during a chemotherapy session on Friday, The Bangkok Post reports.

    Thaksin's eldest son, Panthongtae, earlier denied on his Twitter page that that his father had died, but that failed to persuade some people.
    Ronayos's Comment: Panthongtae claimed that if his father were that ill (or dead) how come he remained in Thailand. Actually, it is welknown that the son may not leave some sorts of addiction too far and too long from Thailand.

    "I'm sorry [for those who invent the rumors], but I'm fine. I'm not sick. No doctors have treated me for anything," Thaksin said in his own Twitter page around 3 a.m. on Sunday.[April 25, 2010]
    Ronayos's Comment: Everybody knows that anyone with the password may log in and post.

    He said he had rarely addressed the Red Shirt rally recently because he wanted to distance himself from the Red Shirt movement, to make it clear that the demonstration was purely for democracy and not for him.
    Ronayos's Comment: Last year, the fast and furious Thaksin was much more vigorous to instigate the red riots. He even promised to enter Thailand to lead a rebel if there was a shot against the red. Though there were lots of shots, he never come, but went shopping instead. This time already some red-shirts supporters were killed (by masked gunmen in black). Why wouldn't he appear to cheer them up if not seriously ill?

    Thaksin lashed out at the Abhisit Vejjajiva-led government for turning down the red-shirted United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) demand that he dissolve the House in 30 days.

    "The UDD leaders should be applauded for agreeing to take one step back. However, it was disappointing that the government rejected it," Thaksin said.

    On April 10, the red shirt demonstrators and security forces clashed in Bangkok. Theksin had left Dubai the same day, and had since travelled to Saudi Arabia, Brunei, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, and Europe. (ANI)

    More Fabrication of Lies
    On April 28, 2010, at Pua Thai party, Mr.Noppadol Pattama, a legal consultant of Thaksin, an ex-FM in PM Samak's PPP government, issued an announcement of Thaksin, saying that Thaksin is filing a law suit against Mr.Suthep Tuaksuban, the Deputy PM for security and the Centre for the Resolution of Emergency Situation (CRES) for defamation with the accusation that he is involved with anti-royal movements. Surprisingly, the announcement which is supposed to be writen by Thaksin, uses different pronoun for himself "Ka-pa-jao" which is unusally formal, in contrast with all of previous announcements in which Thaksin uses the less formal "Pom" instead.

    More Signs of Upcoming Death
    Thaksin's ex-wife and their three children including Mr.Panthongtae, took a flash outbound flight to Hong Kong by Cathay Pacific CX 708 departing at 10.20, April 29, 2010. It is just a usual phenomenon for Thaksin's cronies. They either are afraid of eradication of red-shirts supporters by government's tough measures or going to pay a final look at acutely deteriorating dying lonely Thaksin. At his hometown in San Kam Paeng, a local Buddhist Temple was requested by Thaksin's aunt to clean up the graveyard and prepare for a spiritual rite. They claim that it is not for Thaksin.




    However, on Thaksin's birthday in July 2009, red-shirts held a very special rite for him at a Buddhist temple in Bangkok. Some says it mimicks a funeral rite for Thaksin as a trick to avoid an actual one. Gen.Chaisit Shinawatra, the blood brother, also held another similar rite for Thaksin to help him winning his foes.


    Same Old Moscow

    On April 29, 2010, thaksinlives facebook shows another new photo of Thaksin, claimed to be in Moscow on April 27, 2010 at 16:31. Since Podgorica lags two hour behind Moscow. Therefore, Thaksin would have to fly 1,200 miles(2,000km) within 23 hours to make the two photos, which is still tecnically possible. However, isn't it rather funny for stingy Thaksin to rush and waste the fuel flying around in a very short period of time i.e, less than a month. What for? Is he running away from something? Facts? Cancer? or Death?

    More funnily is that earlier photos of Thaksin in Moscow printed that he had been there, just on March 30 and 31, 2010. What is the matter of flying around the world to Fiji and hastily back to Moscow? Surprisingly, during both visits to Moscow, he favours wrinkles on the shirts and trousers in contrast to neat ones when he was elsewhere. He must be extremely busy packing and unpacking his luggage with such unusually frequent hopping.

    And Now The End Is Near


    The fact is at the end of 2009, when he petitioned for Royal pardon, he looked very ill. His face, instead of being square, becomes round and filled up with fat as so-called "moon face". Whereas the arms appear thinner in relation to the swollen torso. These features are typical of longterm steroid side effects which may be a component of chemotherapy recipe.

    The Final Curtain




    At least twice on his video link in the beginning of 2010, Thaksin was wearing a wig but still the sideburns were clearly exposed. The total hair loss may be from a chemotherapy recipe. Evidently, Thaksin took an abnormal stance of siting and giving speech rather than his normal standing posture. Moreover, Thaksin's background was a curtain as typically found in any patient rooms in hospitals rather than in any luxurious hotels.

    Another fact is, since mid April 2010, the fast and furious Thaksin, has never showed up live in his usual video shows or even his live cheering voice to his red-shirts in trouble at the heart of Bangkok, to proof that he is alive and well, and to disproof all of the rumours that he has an advance prostate cancer with serious side effects. Perhaps, he is too busy negotiating with Satan for another visa to hell.

    Thaksin may have two other accompanying comrades, since Weera Musikapong, a red core-learder, is said to have a cancer of his upper gut while Daranee Chanchoengsilpakul, "Torpedo Da", guilty of les majeste, is suffering with a cancer of the tongue after chronic painful locked jaw. Cancers are then honest and Thaksin is intriguing as usual.

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