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Thailand under Dictatorship Updated
Emercency Decree extended
Despite assertions to the contrary, Thailand's Prime Minister, Dictator, Songwriter and a man of many words Prayut Chan-o-cha and his military-backed government are using the emergency decree to suppress the opposition. They need the emergency decree to stay in power and to intimidate, arrest or simply let the opponents of their politics disappear without a trace.
Don't forget:
Thailand is still under Dictatorship!
The slogan:
Slowly but surely we are eliminating all our opponents
  • Khaosod English: Memo Shows Cops Preparing for Student Protest Arrests
  • Khaosod English: Emergency Rule Stamps Out Virus and Civil Rights Alike
  • Khaosod English: Army Chief Lashes Out at 'Nation Haters' 2 Days After Protest
  • Khaosod English: Lawyer Arrested, Charged After Calling For Reforms
  • Khaosod English: Up to 31 May be Targeted in Latest Protest Crackdown<
  • Khaosod English: School Orders Staff to Monitor Student Rally
  • Khaosod English: Hundreds Rally Against Arrest of Activists, Tell Prayut to Quit
  • Khaosod English: Anti-Govt Protesters Detained, Given 'Attitude Adjustment' in Jungle
  • Khaosod English: Student Protesters Told to Be Careful in Their Speeches
  • Khaosod English: Student Activist 'Penguin' Nabbed on Way to Protest
  • Khaosod English: An elder sister of His Majesty the King on Friday came under a slew of online insults – from members of the pro-monarchy faction
  • Khaosod English: Arnon Arrested, Again, for Leading Reform Protest
  • Khaosod English: The new series of arrests suggests PM Prayut was not sincere when he said he was willing to listen to the protesters.
    You simply can't trust Dictators and Militarymen
  • Khaosod English: Facebook said it complied with the government's request to block access within Thailand to a group deemed critical to the monarch following a threat to sue its operation in the Kingdom
  • Khaosod English: Cop Admits Signal Jammers Were Deployed at Protest
  • Khaosod English: Activists Arnon, 'Mike Rayong' Detained on Fresh Charges
  • Khaosod English: The Thai government stands ready to counter any attempt by Facebook to take legal action over a recent order for the company to censor a group deemed critical to the monarchy, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha said
  • Khaosod English: 2 More Activists Arrested For Leading Anti-Gov’t Protests
  • Khaosod English: A student activist was arrested September 1st afternoon on charges related to an anti-government rally she organized on July 18 – the latest repercussion against government critics
  • Khaosod English: Police Want Court to Order Persistent Activists Jailed
  • Khaosod English: A woman in Khon Kaen province said she was annoyed at protests that took place around the monument – which marked a revolution that overthrew the absolute monarchy – and wanted the landmark moved elsewhere
  • Khaosod English: Police Want Court to Order Persistent Activists Jailed
  • Khaosod English: Bail Revoked for Reform Protest Leader Arnon
  • Khaosod English: Police withdrew their request to detain Arnon and Panupong. The pair will be released on Monday evening, a court statement said
  • Khaosod English: Facebook said it complied with the government's request to block access within Thailand to a group deemed critical to the monarch following a threat to sue its operation in the Kingdom
  • Khaosod English: Protest Will Lead to 2nd Wave of Virus Outbreak, Prayut claims
    If Thailand's published numbers of Covid-19 cases are correct, Prayut's message is a bogus! What a stupid man! Prayut and his mob are the much greater threat to Thailand than a virus. Prayut's government is weak, the economy is in shamble, and corruption is everywhere.
  • Prachatai English: As democratic revolution gain popularity, state tries its best to stop them
  • Prachatai English: Govt official files royal defamation complaint over Harry Potter protest speech
  • Prachatai English: Deep fears within the media surface as people openly discuss the monarchy
  • Bangkok Post: Police summon protest leaders for breaching emergency law
  • Bangkok Post: The anti-government rally at Thammasat University on Monday night is thought to have risked offending the monarchy, sparking fears that it could trigger violent confrontations between the royalist movement and its opponents
  • Bangkok Post: A group of senators on Tuesday urged authorities to probe the source of funding for Monday night's gathering at Thammasat University's Rangsit campus
  • Bangkok Post: Arrest warrants for protesters who urged change to monarchy
  • Bangkok Post: Right-wingers launch group to counter protesters
  • Bangkok Post: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Wednesday instructed military and security agencies to prepare for student demonstrations
  • Bangkok Post: Security agencies are keeping an eye on political activities ahead of a planned student rally on Sept 19
  • Bangkok Post: Majority agree with Free People group's demands (Suan Dusit Poll)
  • Bangkok Post: A majority of people are concerned the demonstrations by the Free People group at Thammasat University on Aug 10 and at the Democracy Monument on Aug 16 would lead to division and violence in society (Nida Poll)
    And they may be right: The royalists, with the support of Bangkok's Elite, have repeatedly sought confrontation with the anti-government protesters. Obviously the royalists want to force the army to intervene again
  • Bangkok Post: Facebook to challenge govt demand to block group critical of monarchy
  • Bangkok Post: Panupong arrested at site of PM's visit
  • Bangkok Post: Activist 'Pai Dao Din' burns police summons at Khon Kaen rally
  • Bangkok Post: Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha issued his sternest warning yet to protesters seeking his resignation, saying they were creating deeper divisions that could cause the collapse of the country
  • Bangkok Post: Amnesty International presses for dropping of charges against 31 activists
  • Bangkok Post: 'Legal war' on dissenters destined to fail
    Students protesting against construction projects that harm the sea, the environment, the air, citizens and animals are arrested on the orders of powerful people who derive great economic benefit from the exemptions from the laws on town planning, environmental impact assessments and industrial plants.
  • Bangkok Post: Anon, 'Mike' freed after police withdrew requests
    Royal Thai Police cancelled their detention requests!
  • Bangkok Post: Activists march through Khon Kaen, report to police
    Students protest against acts of harassment, injustice and use of the emergency decree to restrict the liberties and freedom of the people
  • Bangkok Post: Senator says opposition bills likely to be voted down
  • Bangkok Post: Govt and Senate are playing with fire
  • Bangkok Post: Mass rally a Covid threat: Prayut warns that 'mobs' risk fresh lockdowns
    If Thailand's published numbers of Covid-19 cases are correct, Prayut's message is a bogus! What a stupid man! Prayut and his mob are the much greater threat to Thailand than a virus. Prayut's government is weak, the economy is in shamble, and corruption is everywhere.
  • The Nation Thailand: Historian Nidhi Aeusriwong says the public has every right to debate the monarchy’s role, as the institution belongs to the country and its people under a democracy
  • The Nation Thailand: Royalist group calls on Japanese govt to extradite Pavin
  • The Nation Thailand: Chiang Mai University students rally under eagle eye of police, soldiers
  • The Nation Thailand: Jutatip Sirikhan, one of 15 people who were charged for holding a peaceful political rally at Democracy Monument on July 18, was arrested on September 1st
  • The Nation Thailand: Government defends action against some activists, says others' rights must not be violated
  • Thai PBS World: 'Loyal Thai' Warong ready to fight 'nation-haters'
  • Bangkok Herald: 'Thought Police' Teachers Spying on Students to Quell Pro-Democracy Movement - If authorities thought they could intimidate young activists into silence, it clearly isn't working
  • UCAnews: Thai authorities step up harassment of pro-democracy activists - Despite threats to their freedom and safety, thousands of young Thais carry on with daily anti-government protests
  • The Pattaya News: Thai government is never involved in prohibiting protests, said the Prime Minister in Rayong cabinet meeting protests
  • BBC: Lawyer Anon Nampa to be jailed over bail breach
Can you trust the Dictator's words?