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.



    Giles Ji Ungpakorn, His Sincere Confession of Being An Anti-Royalist

    ( Last edit 2009-06-23 )


    Presenter: Sen Lam, Radio Australia February 12, 2009

    Giles Ji Ungpakorn got on the red-shirts stage, wearing bright red-shirt to condemn the Lese Majeste law. He committed a Lese Majeste act with his book "A Coup For The Rich"XXXXimage explainationXXXXand was charged by the police of committing Lese Majeste. In February, 2009 he jumped bail and left his teaching post at Chulalongkorn University for Britain, claiming that he is not a Thai, but a half Chinese half British.
    His other previous articles proved himself as a faithful in what he preaches, Marxism-Leninism Communism.
    This below is an exerpt from the interview by Radio Australia just after he fled from Thailand before the red-shirts riot in April 2009. By his own words below, he has frankly confessed an intentional threat to the Monarchy of Thailand. Such act is considered harmful to the national security of Thailand.

    GILES: Yes I am and basically because I don't believe I would receive a fair trial, the political climate in Thailand is nearing a situation like a police state. The courts are biased. I think the government is trying to create a climate of fear in conjunction with the efforts of the military. They've opened a website so people can inform on each other, and tracing people's IP numbers back to their homes and putting people in jail for putting comments on the internet.

    Giles says he doesn't believe he would receive a fair trial while he is openly confessing here about his intentional threat to aboish the monarchy for a new republic. There is nothing else which is needed to be proved for his guilty. Giles lied to the police and to the court when he asked for a bail that he was innocent. What a jerk!

    Giles are lying more when he says the police goes hunting for people who simply commented on the internet. Why should one be afraid of such a universal IP identification if one duely comments within the limit of the laws and does not maliciously violating and defaming others on the internet? Later down here, Giles accepts that five years ago, it was democratic Thailand. The laws, no matter defamation law or lese majeste law have not changed for several decades.

    LAM: So you have no faith in the Thai judiciary? You think the government of Prime Minister Abhisit has infiltrated the Thai judiciary?

    GILES: The Thai judiciary has never been independent at all, it's actually bowed to whoever's been in power, whether it be a Thaksin regime or the present Abhisit regime. The Abhisit regime is now staffed by people who took part in the illegal occupation of the airport. The government is in power via manoeuvrings from the military. So we have a situation where Thailand has now slipped back into the dark ages of dictatorship. Five years ago, Thailand was a beacon for democracy but unfortunately that isn't the case anymore.

    OK. At least Giles is right that under Thaksin, the judiciary system is not independent. Actually, Giles is lying when he say it turns to dark ages of dictatorship in this Abhisit's administration. How on earth, Giles becomes forgetful about Thaksin's raid on drug policy which resulted in more than three thousand extrajudiciary deaths without catching the real murderers, not to mention the over a hundred Muslims massacre at Kru Se and Tak Bai. Five years ago, it was at Thaksin's peak and the peak of human rights violation.

    LAM: How long do you plan to stay in the United Kingdom?

    GILES: Well I've issued a manifesto for freedom and democracy and really, I'm saying that we need political reform, we need a welfare state, and unfortunately, I think that we need to actually move towards a republic, because the Establishment is now an obstacle to democracy. Whether or not it's its intention or the fact that the Establishment is being used by the government and the military to justify its own actions.

    Now, Giles is openly declaring to be an enemy to the Kingdom of Thailand and an enemy to the security of Thailand. All constitutions in the history of Thailand, and both the latest two, 1997 and 2007, which were approved by national referendums, confirm the state of Thailand being a Constitutional Monarchy. Therefore, his declaration and his acts are now considered, not only against the lese majeste law but as acts of a rebel against the constitution.

    By the way, Giles did not answer, how long he is going to keep talking in UK and do nothing in Thailand.

    LAM: But you're not suggesting that the Thai Establishment be done away with? I mean in some sense Thailand is already a republic in the sense that the Thai Establishment while it has influence, it doesn't really have a role to play in Thai politics?

    GILES: Well, that isn't the view of a lot of people in Thailand. The 16 million people who voted for the previous elected governments feel that the Establishment has intervened in politics and actually destroyed democracy. Myself, I feel that the Establishment is very weak and has allowed itself to be manipulated by the army and the Democrat Party. But really, what we see now is that whatever the truth is, the Establishment is an obstacle to freedom and democracy in Thailand.

    Giles are lying here if he is not dreaming. The 16 million votes out of the 66 million population do not signify any negative feeling against the Establishment at all. Though they might have voted for Thaksin or any parties, no political parties in that general election, including Thaksin, ever declare any policies against the Establisment. In fact, Thaksin and his proxy politicians distant themselves out of the disgusting anti-royalist Giles who was not allowed on the red-shirts stage any more.

    Simply anyone can see this is the way Giles would also treat his late father, Puay, when he was old and weak and if he really was threatened by someone Ungrateful Giles would immorally expel Puay out and take over, that is what he is preaching.

    With such simple facts above, Giles is even more wrong to say that the Establisment is under any influences. A reign in virtue of more than six decades have proven to Thais that the Establishment is above and more powerful than others because of the people's trust. Perhaps his being, as he admitted by himself, of being Sino-British, does not make him really understand Thais. I doubt how much Giles could fit in with the Brits where he may enjoy democracy better like Thaksin who also admired her. (and then the democracy motherland kicked him out).

    LAM: But you're not a fan of the Red Shirts either are you? You believe that the former prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra is not likely to be the saviour of Thailand?

    GILES: I don't believe he is likely to be the saviour of Thailand. I opposed his human rights abuses and the war on drugs, I opposed his human rights abuses in the south, but I think that the Red Shirts now have moved beyond being merely people who love Thaksin. I think they are starting to organise themselves and rebuild civil society, and therefore, I stand with the Red Shirts on that.

    Come on Giles. You all the real red marxists just want to make use of Thaksin's wealth and power to fulfil your dream of changing Thailand into a Communist Republic. Now, Giles may be somewhat bored with this crook corrupt capitalist Thaksin because Thaksin, reluctant to express his being an anti-royalist, has not struck hard enough to initiate a bloodbath French-revolution style "People's War", whereas Thaksin just want to squeeze Abhisit for his amnesty.

    LAM: What do you think needs to be done for Thailand to move ahead though, away from these tit-for-tat protests? I mean, some people say Thailand is in danger of going the way of Bangladesh ten years ago, where successive governments just keep getting ousted?

    GILES: Well I think what we need to do is rebuild civil society. The NGO movement, the academics in Thailand have disgraced themselves in supporting the dictatorship. We now have a government which has manoeuvred into power by the military. We now have the people who closed down the airport and used violence, now sitting in government. And so what we really need is to actually build democracy in Thailand, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, and we need to build human dignity. And for that to happen we need to build the Red Shirts into a political party that goes beyond just loving Thaksin or relying on the old politicians. We need to build a genuine people's movement.

    Giles blames others disgracing themselves by supporting dictatorship whereas he did not rise up against the civillian dictator Thaksin and his proxies Samak/Somchai. He blames Abhisit government who gets a new coalition and a majority in the parliament from the same set of MPs under Samak/Somchai who indeed had their parties disbanded because of electoral frauds.

    Thus, Giles better do it by himself, would he not?. Giles has also proven himself a crook, a liar and a selfish who leaves his leftist comrades back in Thailand, particularly the academics, the midnight university, to suffer while he comfortably stay out under the protection of his British nationality and his dual citizenships.

    Why Giles bothers calling for people's revolution and another genuine red party, saying others are all bad, when he does not do it by himself? Where were Giles, Thaksin and Thaksin's family when the red-shirts actually came out to riot in Arpil 2009?

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