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.

  • Thaksin Shinawatra got rich by briberies of military junta, led by Gen.Sunthorn Kongsompong back in 1990. By winning the only single national satellite concession, Thaksin got monopoly on the national telecommunication business. He then bought corrupt politicians who are good at vote-buying to consolidate into a single TRT party which committed extensive electoral frauds to win the house. With near absolute majority, Thaksin went on to be a full blown civilian dictator.

  • Between 2001 to 2006, Thaksin abused his power to corrupt even more. Media were repressed. Unaccountable deaths went up to three thousands. Muslims were violated and massacred. Thaksin abused power, trading off the national benefits for his own wealth. He stealthily hid money outside Thailand. Later, in self-made exile he bought Manchester city football club worth of 200 million USD out of his hidden dirty money.

  • During his reign of repression and corruption, Hitler-like-demagogic Thaksin, on the one hand bribed the rural poors with populism, just like Peron of Argentina, while on the other hand made a lot of tricks to bribe, tip and threat on the media, the police, the Electoral Committee and the Senate House to cripple the check and balance mechanisms. Brave Sondhi Limthongkul of Manager Media group and satellite broadcast ASTV leads awakening of patriotic Thais to become the peaceful People's Alliance of Democracy to protest against the civilian dictator Thaksin Regime since 2005.

  • To damp the rise-up of the yellow PAD, PM Thaksin then secretly organized rural support as armed and violent red mobs to crush PAD, the yellow-shirts. In prevention of bloodshed on streets, Gen.Sondhi Boonyaratklin, army chief then, staged a successful bloodless coup, while Thaksin was in New York. It toppled Thaksin on September 19, 2006 and started fair trials of Thaksin in the long-existing Court of Laws. A new strict 2007 constitution passed the national referendum and the general election was held at the end of 2007. Thaksin stepped aside on his self-made exile to U.K. but still masterminded disturbances and vote-buying in Thailand.

  • He decided to come back to Thailand in February 2008 when his puppet House Speaker, Chai Chidchob and his puppet government of People's Power Party won the house and he was so sure that he could manipulate the justice to pardon him. However, after his three lawyers were jailed of guilty of bribing in the Supreme Court and his wife-then, Potjaman, in the criminal court of the first instance, was sentenced to jail for two years, because of huge tax frauds, the Shinawatras, alarmingly jumped bail and fled to U.K. in August 2008. Later Britiain revoked Thaksin's visa to enter U.K. as he becomes a fugitive criminal.

  • During 2008, PPP led by (the late) PM Samak Sundravej was trying to amend the constitution to pardon Thaksin. PAD rallied for 193 days against the unjust moves. Samak was found guilty of committing conflicts of interests in the Constitutional Court and dismissed. Thaksin ordered another puppet Somchai Wongsawat, his brother-in-law to lead PPP.

  • In November 2008, PPP under PM Somchai then, was disbanded after guilty of major electoral frauds. PPP then transformed into a new puppet Pua Thai party but lost coalition majority to the opponent Democrat party under Abhisit Vejjajiva who became the current PM against Thaksin. Thaksin and his hired red-shirt army shamelessly lies that PM Abhisit is undemocratic, despite of having originated under the same laws, the same election, and the same House as his own two puppet governments. Thaksin is now conspiring both in the parliament, on the streets and internationally, with propaganda, sabotages and terrorisms, to overturn the democratically elected PM Abhisit government.

  • Being very coward fugitive criminal, Thaksin is living on a private jet ready to take off, in hiding from interpol with illegal passports in UAE, Fiji, Montenegro, Nicaragua, Uganda, Liberia, Cambodia or some other undemocratic nations. His present wicked wishes, as he still has his billions dollars on off-shore islands, are to hire proxy troublemakers to cause havocs to his homeland, to undermine the Monarchy in order to force amnesty and to unfreeze the assets worth of 2 billion USD back in Thailand.

  • From the latter half of 2008 to May 2010, in order to force amnesty for himself and to overturn his opposition party, the democratically elected Abhisit's government which has legitimately won the House of Parliament vote over Thaksin's supporting party, Thaksin conspired with his followers, the so-called "red-shirts" to try to sabotage and terrorize citizens and the government of Thailand. In April 2009 he instigated his followers to commit armed riots, street shooting, rampaging, looting, setting fire to government and private properties to force a termination of Asian Leaders summit meeting in Pattaya and the disrupt daily life in Bangkok during the same week.

  • In March 2010, the Supreme Court for Criminal Cases of Political Post Holders, found Thaksin guilty of abuse of power, and confiscated over 1.5 billion USD worth of assets from him.

  • In April and May 2010, Thaksin funded and ordered his followers to strike an all-out civil war in Bangkok and some rural provinces of Thailand, while some proxy leaders instigated, hired or lured people to rally in Bangkok to believe that they were rallying for democracy. Thaksin also hired mercenaries to carry military weapons such as AK-47 rifles, M-79 grenade launchers, M-26A grenades, molotov petrol bombs along with makeshift weapons to murder dozens of innocent civilians, five government officers, three news reporters as well as some protesters to fabricate accusations of tyranny against PM Abhisit. They also set fire to at least thirty buildings in central Bangkok which have particular importance to the country's economy. Several banks, the Stock Exchange of Thailand, several major shopping buildings and a national television channel were set ablaze by Thaksin's terrorists. Numerous military weapons have been discovered at the rally site while some multi-nationality aggressors have also been arrested.

  • On May 25, 2010, Thaksin Shinawatra, a fugitive criminal, and former Prime Minister of Thailand, was officially put on the most wanted criminal list of Thailand, and the criminal court released an arrest warrant for the conviction of this terrorist. The charge is carried out by the Department of Special Investigation, the Thai equivalent of the American FBI.