Lese Majeste 112 explained in Thai
Lese Majeste 112 explained: Rotten in Jail. Ungrateful democracy seeker, free speech want to be. You are at the bottom of our mighty hierarchy. Never question your Masters or express your views.
- Here we go again. People are still thinking that they have any kind of Rights whatsoever. People don’t get it until now. No rights for you to even discuss your rights. Don’t think by putting Human in front of rights that will wave “Tigers of the East”.
- Junta is always ready with their “Dirty Tactics” to silence the people who are at the bottom of the barrel.
- I get confused nowadays who is Buddha’s Gift to Thailand. Dictator “Prayut” or The Great King Vajiralongkorn
- To the good people of Thailand who are seeking democracy and freedom. Stop! Silence and obedience are required to live in Thailand or get out of the “Land of Smiles”! The mighty Junta will Jail you, and your Mama too.
Junta are making rules, laws and whatever in between as they please to protect their own agenda and stay in power as long as they can.
Chanoknan Ruamsap “Cartoon”
Chanoknan Ruamsap “Cartoon” decided to flee Thailand last week after learning that she faces up to 15 years in prison for sharing a BBC article about King Vajiralongkorn on her Facebook in December 2016.
Chanoknan Ruamsap got her degree in Sociology at Chulalongkorn University, young activist full of fire and promise thought that she can make a difference and change the world to become a better place, where democracy and freedom of expression & speech are rights and not a privilege. Oh well, Welcome to JuntaLand!
No one told her that Political Science in books, doesn’t apply in Thailand. Thailand is full of a greedy corrupt evil that will crush anyone who stands up against them or question their tactics to rob the country in broad daylight.
Viva Junta! let’s get rid of all the scholars and anyone who can think and express their opinion/voice. What a brain drain! Intimidation, arrests, detentions and harassment since her graduation.
Her charges came after one year from posting that BBC article, not like Jatupat Boonpattararaksa “Pai”, who shared the same article and was immediately charged. On August 15, 2017, the court sentenced him to five years in prison but halved it due to his confession to 2 1/2 years.
We will get you and your Mama too!
Sirawith Seritiwat is a student activist who was arrested so many times for protests against Junta. After attitude adjustment and jail didn’t work with him. They arrested his mother. Viva Junta!
Her son protested against army corruption in a multi-billion baht at Rajabhakti Park in Hua Hin. Their intimidations and tactics didn’t work with him. He keeps coming back with his peaceful protests so they decided to go after his mother and arrest her on charges of Lese Majeste, that’s 15 years in jail.
The poor mother “a cleaning lady” who is raising 3 kids on her own after her husband’s death. Now, she is arrested and thrown in jail awaiting trial. What a bunch of scumbags with no regards to any law or human decency.
A friend of her son sent her a Facebook chat message and she responded “Ja” means “yes”! that was it. She should told him, No don’t talk like that! No response is a Guilty response.
Welcome to JuntaLand, where Laws are written as they please. The Charges: Activist’s Mother Defamed Monarchy With Her Silence!
It’s not enough arresting the political activist student and destroying his career for expressing his views on Junta, Go arrest his mother too, the only bread winner for the family. Go after the whole family. This is true democracy.
The poor mother response: “I have no concern for politics, Whoever becomes prime minister, I’m still going to be poor. It’s a waste of time that I would rather use to earn a living.”
Job well done “Junta”. Who will provide for her 3 kids now! She was barely making ends meet with her odd jobs. You are crushing the poor!
Please, watch what you say online especially on Facebook. Junta are monitoring and watching everything. If you say “Ja”. They will add “il” and you will land in “Jail” for 15 years.
King’s Dog Vs. The People
Thanakorn Siripaiboon, is a hard working factory worker was charged on with making a sarcastic Internet post about the king’s dog “Tongdaeng”. Thanakorn can get up to 37 years in prison.
To all hard working Thai people:
- Thailand’s Lese Majeste law includes the Royal dogs. Maybe, you say Tongdaeng was a stray street dog and was adopted by the King on Dec 13, 1998. Get smart now, On that day, she is not a commoner any more. Khun Tongdaeng is a Respectable Royal Bitch. (Fact: Bitch is a female dog) and protected by Thailand’s Lese Majeste law.
- Was the main reason for his arrest, posting that Infographic about Rajabhakti Park corruption.
- Junta is doing a doggy job fighting corruption, “the Thai way”.
- They are robbing the country in broad day light, of
millionsbillions with no shame and no accountability (they investigate themselves and of course they are cleared from any wrongdoings. Amazing Thailand!). It’s nice to see these army generals with declared assets of 300 million bahts on a government salary (that doesn’t include the hidden undeclared assets. It’s JuntaLand!).
- They arrest whoever accuses them of corruption and they have the nerve to say “Why do you want to divide the country?”, “Why do you insult the monarchy”, “Lese Majeste article 112”. Rotten in Jail. Ungrateful hard working poor Thai, you are at the bottom of our mighty hierarchy. Never question your Masters.
- There is no need to mention the famous dog “Foo Foo ” here. Don’t speak ill of the dead. R.I.P Foo Foo. Thai Royals just take care of their dogs. Bike for “Foo Foo” is coming soon.
Long Live Khun Tongdaeng, a common dog who is uncommon.
Lese Majeste 112
- Sulak Sivaraksa, 84-year-old historian who questioned in a lecture whether a Thai King Naraesuan had really won the 1593 battle by defeating a Burmese prince in solo combat mounted on a war elephant.
- Nuhurhayati Masoe, 23, a blind woman was jailed for 18 months by a Thai court for sharing a Facebook post deemed defamatory to the royal family.