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Incompetent PM, Excellent Sister Puppet
Showing Off Moron
( Last edit 2012-02-12 )
Yingluck Shinawatra is the first woman as well as the youngest PM of Thailand. She never had any political experience before in politics or state administration. She got to the PM seat of Thailand within only 40 days of intense political campaign just before the general election in mid 2011. Certainly, it was an ensured victory through electoral frauds and media bribery under the wings of her fugitive criminal terrorist convict brother ex-PM Thaksin Shinawatra.
As a Candidate, she gave an interview to Bangkok Post.
Despite of her master degree from a Kentucky State University in USA, her English is pathetic and does not convey the right messages. It is not only English that is troublesome for her. Her Thai language is also very much defective particularly with reading and speaking. It is welknown that she needs to read a note for any speech. Also, she gets around her staggering speech with a good set up when she would answer to only prepared and expected questions. Her tricks also include denying any involvement or awareness of the detail, claiming too busy at reception openings or overseas tours. Frequently she lies, giving different information to foreign media whereas, to Thais, she expresses fake innocence.
Trying to show off as a young smart leader who is endorsed as a democratically elected PM like Ms.Clinton or democratic fighter like Aung San Suu Kyi, when Yingluck is just another fashionable dressed-up crook puppet who won with electoral frauds powered by Thaksin, makes her look even more idiot. Below is the VDO footage of Yingluck's reception speech to Ms.Clinton. She had to read an English script and yet made a lot of false pronunciations.
Yingluck's speech as heard by US Department of State at http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2011/11/177263.htm
PRIME MINISTER YINGLUCK: Madam Secretary, Excellencies, distinguished members of the media, ladies and gentlemen, let me begin by welcome Secretary Clinton to Thailand once again. This is always a pleasure for us here in Thailand to welcome our friends from the United States. As like my country with many share value and belief, Thailand and the United States are allies and strategic partner that have long enjoyed close tie for friendship and cooperations.
This is why I regret very much not being able to attend the APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting in Hawaii earlier this week. Secretary Clinton graciously expressed strong support for my decision to stay at home during the time of need. And we both look forward to my meeting with President Obama during East Asia Summit, and the ASEAN-U.S. Leaders’ Meeting in Bali in a few days’ time. As a full-fledged democracy once again, after the July general election and with the (inaudible) mandate of the people, my government and I look forward to working even closely – closer with the United States to promote our bilateral ties as well as to address regional and international issue of common interest and concern.
First and foremost, though, I wish to place on record our thanks and appreciation to President Obama as well as the government and people of the United States for the assistance extended to us to support of our flood relief effort. The assistance, be it financial, technical, or (inaudible) was not only generous, but timely. Given the increased (inaudible) of severity of national disaster in the regions and elsewhere, the need for closer cooperations on disaster management cannot be overemphasized. In this connection, Thailand has been in discussion with the United States about possibility of using the U-Tapao Airport for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, (inaudible) propose, especially on rapid deployment in case of disaster in the regions. (inaudible) standard operations – operating procedure, and enhancing skill and readiness for (inaudible) capabilities.
We in Thailand stand ready to work in the partnership with the United States on this very important issue, the damaging effect of natural disaster on crop. Cultivation and food production is also an issue of the greatest concern, one that is directly related to food security. This is an issue that we will have to address as well as in order to ensure the well-being of our peoples. I also reaffirmed that this government attach high priorities to promoting political reconciliation and social cohesion. This is being done through our strong support for ongoing work for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and providing fair and equitable remedy to all those affected, reconciliation and stabilities, good governance, enhanced (inaudible), universally acceptable rule of law. I believe we are regaining the confidence and trust of Thai people and the world.
With the APEC meeting just conclude, I also wish to take opportunities to congratulate the United States for the successful chairmanship of APEC during this (inaudible) significant progress was made toward its mission to regional, economic (inaudible) and to the (inaudible) goal for free and open trade and investment.
Lastly, I want to say how much we welcome the United States continued engagement with Asia, and Southeast Asia in particular. I, therefore, look forward to my bilateral meeting with President Obama on Saturday. Given the base and depth of our partnership, as far as our similar outlook on many of the challenge and opportunities now before us, there is much Thailand and the United States can do together. Thank you.
Not only misreading of WELCOME to OVERCOME as well as several other words, Yingluck, PM, lies to the media at Reception of Mrs.Clinton saying she does not know about her party's and her cabinet's push of amnesty for Thaksin. Months later, she still says she never reads the draft of Reconciliation Bill which nullifies Thaksin's crimes, the jail sentence, and seizure of Thaksin's 15 billion USD assets.