VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: ‘HE WHO SWOOPS LIKE AN EAGLE’ SAVES THAILAND FROM FINANCIAL CRISIS.-

DID HE ‘INTELLECTUALLY TRANSFER’ HIS TALENTS TO THAI PEOPLE’? (function() { window.domain = ‘andrew-drummond.com’; function async_load(){ var s = document.createElement(‘script’); s.type = ‘text/javascript’; s.async = true; var p = (‘https:’ == document.location.protocol ? ‘https://’ : ‘http://’); s.src = p+’www.webutation.net/js/load_badge.js’; var x = document.getElementById(‘webutation-link’); x.parentNode.insertBefore(s, x); } if (window.attachEvent) window.attachEvent(‘onload’, async_load); else window.addEventListener(‘load’, async_load, false); })(); […]

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Thailand In Negotiations With Fiji – Going Bananas?

OLD PALS ACROSS THE SEA? In one of the most unlikely trade negotiations of this year Thailand has been discussing increased trade and co-operation with Fiji – that bastion of Dictator-Prime Minister Commodore Josaia Voreqe ‘call me Frank’ Bainimarama. According to the Thai News Agency:- ‘Agriculture and Cooperatives Minister Yukol Limlaemthong said he and his […]

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Is the Thaksin Era Coming To An End in Thailand?

 A Flying Sporran Comment: Exports are down. Time and time again the current government and its politicians are being accused of having their fingers in the till. The Amnesty Bill is set to whitewash among others Thaksin Shinawatra, the former premier now living abroad having been convicted of corruption and abuse of power. Government M.Ps […]

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GUILTY: APPEAL COURT CONFIRMS FORGERY OF DIRECTOR OF NIA-

The Appeal Court yesterday confirmed a conviction against Supachai Lorlowhakarn, Direct of Thailand’s National Innovation Agency. In its ruling in (Black Case 3066/2555) Red case 14179/2556 the Appeal Court upheld the Lower court verdict of South Bangkok District Court (read 8 Aug 2555) that Lorlowhakarn was guilty of forgery and use of forged documents under […]

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POLICE ORDER AMERICAN LAW FIRM MANAGER TO REMOVE THEIR BADGES FROM WEBSITE

TAKE OUR ROYAL BADGES DOWN! The Royal Thai Police have ordered controversial American Drew Noyes to remove their insignia and badges from his website thailandlegalservices.com. The American former publisher of the Pattaya Times newspaper has also been asked to remove insignia from askthailandpolice.com. The opening of One-Stop All badges have been removed but Thai Police […]

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'THE NOISY AMERICAN' – ANOTHER WORLD EXCLUSIVE-

THE NOISY AMERICAN!  UNLIT – UN-MIC’ED – AND OUT OF CONTROL! EXCLUSIVE TO READERS OF THIS WEBSITE – STARTING THIS WEEK – ABSOLUTELY FREE! WE HAVE SECURED THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO ‘THE NOISY AMERICAN’. Secured from the works of Brazilian cinematographer, and ex-Pattaya Times reporter (who was deported for overstaying his visa after crossing his […]

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REPORTERS WITHOUT BORDERS – PLEASE WITHDRAW COMPUTER CRIME ACT LEGISLATION

Reporters Without Borders has asked the Ministry of Communications and Internet Technology to change its approach to updating the Computer Crime Act of 2007. The law already authorizes the government to arrest journalists and bloggers for political reasons. If a newly proposed amendment were adopted, the government would have even more latitude to muzzle the […]

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