The Sporty King Vajiralongkorn
Cheers up, Thailand! The new King of Kings has landed safely in Thailand yesterday. The Sporty King Vajiralongkorn decided to leave his home country “Germany” to come over to claim his long waited fortune of more than $30 Billions and reign over Thailand.
- Thailand’s new King has big shoes to fill and he will follow his father’s footsteps.
- He will bring joy and happiness to the Thai people.
- He will lead Thailand to a bright future
- Walk your own path with your “Sandals“. The King with no shoes will never worry about big shoes to fill.
- Joy+Happiness to the Thai people:) Be real! He brought misery and tears to his own family members with no regard to human decency. But he will treat the poor Thai people better than his own family!
- Let’s hope, that “Sia O” King will get rid of all these army generals who rule the country and show them his psycho tactics. That will be nice to see!
- He will bring a bright future to Thailand, maybe by legalizing gambling and Casinos will open in Thailand to lure the Chinese rich gamblers to Thailand.
- To the poor Thai people, be “Self Sufficient“. The graceful new King of Kings had only 3 trips to Germany with his huge entourage during the last month of his father’s funeral. The money spent during these trips could support couple of villages for the whole year. Hail the new “righteous” King of Kings!.
King Maha Vajiralongkorn could pay more than $3.5 billion to the state of Bavaria, Germany in inheritance taxes, the assets inherited by Vajiralongkorn after the death of his father, King Bhumibol Adulyadej, on 13 October, amount to ten billion euros ($10.6 billion). The government of Bavaria, where the Crown Prince owns two villas and spends much of his time, would receive 30% of this inheritance.
Since the Crown Prince is domiciled in Germany, he is also subject to inheritance tax. Thailand’s monarchy is one of the richest in the world, with an estimated $40 billion in the royal family’s estate.
If the German authorities insist upon the paying of the inheritance, The Thai government would likely pay any taxes due in order to avoid a high-profile squabble with Germany.
In 2011, a plane used by Vajiralongkorn was impounded in Germany after the Thai government refused to pay $42m it owed to a German construction firm.