The Press Got It All Wrong? Whoops I Interrupt This Blog

(This first letter above written in English was publish in the Nation, not a place red shirts will be looking for their news , but I’m sure its now all over the place. The second letter is quite interesting too. Somtow is perhaps too pro-Abhisit/Anti-Thaksin for some, and if its aimed at the red-shirts it is rather patronising, but again its […]

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Central World Burned Down? I Would Have Helped The B*St*Rds!

From ANDREW DRUMMOND,BangkokMay 21www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wYlda08kR8Link to Andrew Drummond at Evening Standard Link to THE SUN Link to Daily MirrorA British red shirt ‘anarchist’ caught on video saying he was going to loot and burn down Asia’s second biggest shopping mall said today: ‘I was not there when it burned down but if I was I would have […]

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Reds Set Bangkok Ablaze. But Did They Get The Wrong 'Elite'

Angry anti-government demonstrators, claiming to be fighting for democracy and for the poor against Thailand’s elite, set fire to Bangkok yesterday burning down banks, shopping malls, and small shops. After their leaders surrendered to Thai Army troops furious members of the United Front for Democracy over Dictatorship went on a looting and fiery rampage throughout […]

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Red Shirts Set Bangkok Ablaze As Troops Storm Barricades

Bangkok was engulfed by fires and rioting today as defeated Red Shirt protesters vented their anger at a military crackdown with a burning and looting spree. As black smoke swirled across the Thai capital, the city’s stock exchange, a TV station and one of South-East Asia’s biggest shopping malls were among the buildings set ablaze. […]

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Fears For More Violence As Red Shirt General Dies

The man who claimed he was appointed by ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra to lead the military wing of the Bangkok anti-government protests died in hospital today from sniper wounds. Seh Daeng, the ‘Red Commander’ whose real name was major general Khittaya Sawasdiphol, died in hospital, bringing the death toll in five days of a government […]

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Shot Protester 'Lit Up' Soldier With Laser Toy

Battle for Bangkok From ANDREW DRUMMOND, Bangkok, May 14 2010 Pictures: Andrew Chant Camera crowd over red-shirt ‘shot after lighting up soldier’ with laser Troops opened fire on anti-government demonstrators in Bangkok again today causing one fatality and injuring 23 as they tried to close gaps on a blockade to force the protesters into surrender. […]

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