Thailand’s Junta Democracy

On August 7, Thailand will hold a referendum on the “Junta made” draft constitution. That constitution will take away power from the people and give it to the selected few and we all know who are the selected few! Thailand’s Junta Democracy!

Go Vote

Every Vote counts. It’s your Future. It’s your kids’ future. Stand up for your rights. Don’t “vote” your death warrant. Don’t sell yourself cheap. Enough Injustice. Enough Abuse. Don’t live on your knees, all your life. Stand up for your rights. Change your kids’ future. Give them pride, honor, and dignity. Vote “No”

2 Articles to vote on August 7

  1. Accepts or Rejects the draft constitution. Your response should be “NO
  2. Accept or Reject the idea that senators, who will be appointed by a selection committee under the junta, can vote with elected MPs to choose the prime ministerYour response should be “No“.

Who will vote “Yes

  • If you are rich and part of that corrupted elites who are crushing the poor and only see the color of money.
  • If you are a member of the Thai Royal Army and promised a week paid vacation for your “Yes” Vote.
  • If you died and your name was used by that corrupt Junta voting system, that allows ghosts to vote “Yes”

Who will vote “No

  • The intellectuals who see that backward destructive constitution.

  • The political opponents who got an attitude adjustment and jailed for opposing Junta.
Student activist Rangsiman Rome, center, and other members of the New Democracy Movement(NDM) group arrive at the military court in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Human rights groups expressed their concerns that the students were arrested for exercising their rights to freedom of expression ahead of the Aug. 7, 2016, referendum on the draft constitution.
Student activist Rangsiman Rome, center, and other members of the New Democracy Movement(NDM) group arrive at the military court in Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Human rights groups expressed their concerns that the students were arrested for exercising their rights to freedom of expression ahead of the Aug. 7, 2016, referendum on the draft constitution.
  • The farmers who lost everything during these hard times and are in debt with no help from the government. 
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  • The street vendors who were removed from the sidewalks of Bangkok or Phuket and lost their livelihood.

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  • The families of everyone committed suicide, out of despair and hardship because of Junta’s failed economic policies.

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Thailand’s Junta Democracy

That new constitution will simply allow Junta to appoint all of the 250 senators, who will have a say in choosing the next prime minister, who doesn’t have to be elected as an MP. Complete power to Junta. Good for the corrupted army generals, bad for Thailand.

The draft has 105 pages, confusing and hard to understand for most of the Thai voters. Intimidation and arrests by Junta for anyone opposing the referendum and restricting public debates makes you wonder! Prayuth, Is that your road-map to Democracy or Tyranny! 

To make it simple for the hardworking normal Thai people and sum these 105 pages up in 2 words, just vote “No”


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