Thursday, May 22, 2014

Yes, there has been a coup (รัฐประหาร) in Thailand

Create the problem, send in your solution. The Empire puppet Royals organize the military coup to remove the puppet it funded in order to advance their Agenda 21 plan of population reduction

The Empire controlled Thai military on Thursday 22nd May, 2014, launched a coup, declaring that it was “necessary to seize power.” The head of the Thai Army, Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, made the announcement on television flanked by senior military officers.
The Thai news media reported that political officers who were attending a meeting called by the military had been detained. Curfew imposed, all TV & radio station broadcasts halted. Thailand’s army has directed all television and radio stations to put their normal broadcasts on hold and air only army material shortly after a military coup was announced following months of political stalemate and turmoil.

"All radio and television stations, satellite and cable, must stop normal programming and broadcast army content until told otherwise," Winthai Suvaree, a deputy army spokesman, said in a televised statement.
The coup came after the introduction of martial law on Tuesday and follows a long history of coups in Thailand.
General Prayuth said the coup was launched “in order to bring the situation back to normal quickly.” The coup, he said, was intended to “reform the political structure, the economy and the society.”

The last coup in Thailand was in 2006 and had been followed by more than a year of military rule.
Thousands of protesters were on the streets when General Prayuth made his announcement.
“The national peacekeeping committee,” he said, referring to the military, “will worship and protect the monarchy.”

Thailand’s king, Bhumibol Adulyadej, part of British Empire, is 86 years old and ailing. He has been on the throne for more than 60 years.

See also: "Fake democracy"
The Thai government has been paralyzed by protests for the last six months.
Protesters have sought to eradicate the country’s most powerful political family, the Shinawatras. The country’s politics have been turbulent since 2006, when the military removed Thaksin Shinawatra, the patriarch of the family, who founded a populist movement that has won every election since 2001.
Mr. Thaksin, whose power base was in the provinces, challenged the power of the Bangkok establishment, a conflict that has been one of the roots of eight years of political turmoil in the country.
General Prayuth did not mention anything about elections in his announcement. Elections in February were boycotted by the opposition and blocked by protesters. The coup announcement was made after the Thai stock market was closed.

Empire controlled army Ousted Government that their own US had Backed

Indeed, for over a decade, Thaksin Shinawatra has attempted to transform Thailand into a Western client state. An enumerated list of Shinawatra's sovereignty-usurping concessions and crimes against the Thai people make it clear as to why the military along with Thailand's other indigenous and independent institutions have been working systematically to diminish and uproot his political influence over Thailand:

  • In the late 1990's, Thaksin was an adviser to notorious private equity firm, the Carlyle Group. He pledged to his foreign contacts that upon taking office, he would still serve as a "matchmaker" between the US equity fund and Thai businesses. It would represent the first of many compromising conflicts of interest that would undermine Thailand's sovereign under his rule.
  • Thaksin was Thailand's prime minister from 2001-2006. Has since dominated the various reincarnations of his political party - and still to this day runs the country by proxy, via his nepotist appointed sister, Yingluck Shinawatra. 
  • In 2004, he oversaw the killing of 85 protesters in a single day during his mishandled, heavy-handed policy in the country's troubled deep south. The atrocity is now referred to as the "Tak Bai incident." 
  • Also throughout Thaksin's administration, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) claimed in its report, "Attacks on the Press 2004: Thailand" that the regime was guilty of financial interference, legal intimidation, and coercion of the press. 
And just as Adolf Hitler constructed militant wings to protect his unwarranted power and influence, so too has Thaksin Shinawatra. His "United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship" or UDD, also known as "red shirts," are Thailand's equivalent to Adolf Hitler's Brownshirts and Schutzstaffel (SS). Just as Hitler's militant wings carried out campaigns of mass murder, assassinations, and other forms of political intimidation, so too have Shinawatra's "red shirts." 

Image: While the regime and its Western backers claim violence in 2010 was the result of a brutal, unprovoked military crackdown on "unarmed" protesters, in reality Thaksin Shinawatra deployed some 300 armed mercenaries onto the streets to augment his "red shirt" supporters. Weeks of gun battles involving the above pictured "men in black," would result in 92 deaths. 

  • In 2009, in addition to large-scale street violence visited upon Bangkok which saw two shop keepers shot while trying to stop red shirts from looting their businesses, red shirts would violently disrupt an HIV/AIDS awareness march organized by homosexual & public health activists. "Out in Perth" reported in their article, "Chiang Mai Pride Shut Down by Protests as Police Watch On," that organizers were locked inside a building while red shirts began throwing rocks and yelling abuse through megaphones. Police looked on until organizers decided to call off the event. 
  • Also in 2009, Bangkok's English paper, "Bangkok Post" would publish a report titled, "Rak Chiang Mai 51: A pride or a disgrace for Chiang Mai?" which would describe in detail the red shirts' methods of violence and intimidation. 
  • In 2010, Thaksin Shinawatra deployed some 300 heavily armed mercenaries to augment "red shirt" mobs in Bangkok. Armed with M16s, AK47s, M79s, hand grenades and other small arms, they assassinated an army colonel, killed soldiers, bystanders and even protesters among their own ranks in reckless firefights that spanned several weeks and climaxed in a campaign of mass arson across the capital. In all, over 90 would die. 

Thailand's Operation Valkyrie

Image: Bangkok residents welcome the presence of troops. 
In light of the extensive, enumerated documentation of Thaksin Shinawatra's agenda and the means through which he has sought to achieve it, a clear and present danger can clearly be seen rising in the midst of Thailand's political landscape. That his "red shirts" intentionally utilize rhetoric and organizational strategies employed by Maoists and the Khmer Rouge ("Red" Khmer), is particularly alarming. The trajectory of Shinawatra's abusive authoritarianism has already made him the worst human rights abuser in Thailand's long history. With history's lessons in hindsight, do catastrophic losses in human life, civil war, and genocide really need to begin unfolding before Thailand's independent institutions take action?

The answer, clearly, is no. The presence of Thai troops in Bangkok's streets today aims to disarm and deconstruct the dangerous political machine Thaksin Shinawatra has constructed and turned against the Thai people. Already, troops have begun searching and seizing weapon caches admittedly staged by Shinawatra's militant wings, as reported by TIME Magazine in January of this year. The Bangkok Post would report in a recent article titled, "Ex-ranger arrested with bomb cache," that: 
Soldiers and police searched a house Nong Muang district on Tuesday night and detained Chawawat Thongpuak, 54, a former ranger from Lop Buri, Pol Maj Gen Montri Yimyeam, Lop Buri police commander, said.

They found an AK gun, along with 1,150 bullets of various calibres and 21 home-made explosive devices, including 11 TNT bombs, one metal pipe bomb and five plastic pipe bombs. The weapons were hidden under his bed and in a cluster of trees behind the house.

Mr Chaowawat admitted he was hired by two women in Bangkok to provide weapons and make the bombs, which were to be sent to Bangkok, Pol Maj Gen Montri [said].
The seizure of weapon caches and related arrests are expected to continue as solider carry out duties the current "civilian rule" has intentionally failed to carry out - or worse yet, have been facilitating all along. The military will also most likely oversee and enforce a series of court cases aimed at the Shinawatra regime, as well as its safe removal from power and the installation of a caretaker government to administer the country until reforms can be carried out and elections held.  

Thailand's "Operation Valkyrie" is in the opening stages of implementation. It is not a "success" yet, but has made it further than the 1944 German model upon which it is based. 

The Regime's Foreign Backers Howl in Protest 

The howling protests from Thaksin Shinwatra's foreign backers, particularly those from the West's extensive human rights racket including Human Rights Watch, is an indictment to just how tightly Shinawatra's ties and agenda entwine with foreign interests to this day. Human Rights Watch echoed - as well as cited - a recent US State Department statement in its report, "Thailand: Revoke Martial Law Undermining Rights." It states: 
The Thai military’s imposition of nationwide martial law is effectively a coup that threatens the human rights of all Thais, Human Rights Watch said today. The United States and other influential governments should call for the immediate restoration of civilian rule and an end to censorship.
  It also claims that: 
The broad and unchecked powers granted to the military under the century-old Martial Law Act undermine human rights and fundamental freedoms, due process of law, and democratic governance in Thailand.
The HRW statement would conclude with: 
Civilian rule needs to be restored and elections scheduled so that the Thai people can decide who governs the country.”
HRW's disingenuous hand wringing over "human rights" smacks of particular hypocrisy, as no mention is made of the campaign of systematic violence carried out by those among Thailand's "civilian rule" preceding - and in fact prompting - the military's decision to step in. HRW's concern over "democratic governance" and its insistence on holding elections echoes rhetoric of the regime itself and was suspiciously absent in the face of the flagrant undermining of both the rule of law and democratic principles during 2011's general elections. It was then that Thaksin Shinawatra - a convicted criminal and fugitive hiding abroad - openly contested general elections, admitting his sister, Yingluck Shinawatra, was merely his stand-in.  

The election campaign slogan for the general election in 2011 was literally, "Thaksin Thinks, Puea Thai Does," Puea Thai being his political party. Forbes would report in their article, "Thaksin in Exile: Advising Sister, Digging for Gold," that: 
Regarding his behind-the-scenes role in the party and policy, he is not shy: “I am the one who thinks. Like our slogan during the campaign, Thaksin thinks, Pheu Thai acts.”
The New York Times admitted in an early 2013 article titled, "In Thailand, Power Comes With Help From Skype," that: 
For the past year and a half, by the party’s own admission, the most important political decisions in this country of 65 million people have been made from abroad, by a former prime minister who has been in self-imposed exile since 2008 to escape corruption charges. 
The country’s most famous fugitive,Thaksin Shinawatra, circles the globe in his private jet, chatting with ministers over his dozen cellphones, texting over various social media platforms and reading government documents e-mailed to him from civil servants, party officials say.
The NYT piece would also report:  
“He’s the one who formulates the Pheu Thai policies,” said Noppadon Pattama, a senior official in Mr. Thaksin’s party who also serves as his personal lawyer. “Almost all the policies put forward during the last election came from him.” 
ImageThe New York Times openly admits that Thailand is currently run by unelected convicted criminal/fugitive Thaksin Shinawatra. Clearly any proxy government or elections in which it participates in are illegitimate by both Thai and international standards. Thaksin's foreign ties are what have afforded him impunity regarding an otherwise cartoonish, 3rd world dictatorship. 

There is no question that an accused mass murderer and convicted criminal hiding abroad from a 2 year jail sentence, multiple arrest warrants, and a long list of pending court cases, is illegally running Thailand by proxy. Being unelected, Thaksin Shinawatra is by all accounts a dictator, and his "government" an illegal, illegitimate, proxy regime, however cleverly they try to dress it up. Human Rights Watch's failure to condemn this, and insist that elections be held with Thaksin Shinawatra's participation undermines democracy in ways no military coup ever could. 

The Thai military has moved when special interests, criminality, and cowardice has prevented all others from stepping in and restoring order in Thailand. The West's adamant opposition to the move, and any attempt to appoint a caretaker government that will further undermine and distance the Shinawatra regime from the levers of power is indicative of the partial stance it takes in the pursuit of its self-serving interests, and at the expense of its own legitimacy and the alleged principles of "democracy" and "human rights" it poses as the premier universal champion of. 

The Thai military's ability to succeed where the German army failed in 1944 will in part depend on the "energy and attitude" of the Thai people and their friends and allies across the globe, in support of the truth, and the implementation of necessary measures to fully and permanently excise the Shinawatra regime from Thailand's political landscape. 

The Yingluck government has pushed a massive upgrade of the country's infrastructure, regarding water management and high-speed rail, in conjunction with China by borrowing the currency directly from the World Bank and IMF where her government can profit from the loan to pay back his brother bills and corrupt the system, see, bypassing Thai Oligarch who run Thai central bank for the Rothchild as well where they already corrupt the system for centuries to keep the majority of their people subservient to the system of British Empire Agenda 21 of non real progress except on their greenies sustainable development, tourist industries (brothel), instead allowing Yingluck government for alternative projects: The issue of the Kra Canal and the development of landmasses transportation and water management were recently supported by Thaksin on his website - which was certainly seen as a dire threat by the  British Royalty (Rothschild puppet) which control the Thai Monarchy to reduce Thai physical goods production especially food to feed the world.  Real Solution

Happening now:

Obama is the Jesuits International puppet, he had been asked to veto FDR Glass-Steagall Act (1933-1999) reinstatement, the treat to their masters Human depopulation businesses using Wall Street (their UNITED STATES CORPORATIONS), their military, their science and technologies, lawyers, medias, entertainment, politicians and others as tools. Once Glass-Steagall Act is reinstated in the US, millions of productive jobs for the all the not lazy Americans will be directly created, increasing global chain of supplies. For that to happen, the UNITED STATES CORPORATIONS President veto power have to be removed by Sovereign United States.  
Congress can't do that, they are part of the system, because they are all working for Wall Street listed Corporations and Capitol Hill is just the headquarter and most of politicians have lots of shares and interests in those CORPORATIONS. They are all the same team, working for Human depopulation agenda.   For that reason, people have to take matters on their own hands to:
  • re-reorganize the bankrupted United States of America
  • nationalize keys MegaCorps
  • fund them with public credit system (Executive Order 11110)
  • build mega infrastructures such as water, power and high speed land transport networks across America continent.
  • cooperate with other sovereign Nations to extend them across Baring-Strait to East Asia, SouthEast Asia, South Asia, South West Asia, Russia, Europe,
    Africa, Australia and other corners where there is lives.
  • end wars, pestilence and famine
  • use science and technologies for peaceful purposes.
In the US, already in 2014 thirteen states have introduced resolutions urging Congress to reinstate the banking separation measures of Franklin Roosevelt's 1930's Glass-Steagall Act. Those states are Alabama, Arizona, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, New Mexico, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington State and West Virginia. In Maryland, Minnesota and Rhode Island, there are matching resolutions in both the House and Senate.
In an additional 5 states, resolutions introduced last year have carried forward into this year and remain active. Those states are Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois and California.
Congressional Cosponsors to H.R. 129 (By Date of Signing)
  1. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH)
  2. Walter Jones (R-NC)
  3. Michael Michaud (D-ME)
  4. James McGovern (D-MA)
  5. James Moran (D-VA)
  6. Michael Capuano (D-MA)
  7. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)
  8. Peter Welch (D-VT)
  9. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX)
  10. David Cicilline (D-RI)
  11. Judy Chu (D-CA)
  12. Daniel Lipinski (D-IL)
  13. George Miller (D-CA)
  14. Collin Peterson (D-MN)
  15. Susan Davis (D-CA)
  16. Louise Slaughter (D-NY)
  17. Elijah Cummings (D-MD)
  18. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA)
  19. Peter DeFazio (D-OR)
  20. Jim McDermott (D-WA)
  21. John Tierney (D-MA)
  22. Rodney Alexander (R-LA)
  23. Chellie Pingree (D-ME)
  24. Janice Schakowsky (D-IL)
  25. Gene Green (D-TX)
  26. Mike Coffman (R-CO)
  27. John Conyers (D-MI)
  28. Robert Brady (D-PA)
  29. Donna Christensen (D-VI)
  30. Alan Grayson (D-FL)
  31. Donald Payne Jr. (D-NJ)
  32. Peter Visclosky (D-IN)
  33. Anna Eshoo (D-CA)
  34. Timothy Walz (D-MN)
  35. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT)
  36. Charles Rangel (D-NY)
  37. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX)
  38. Paul Tonko (D-NY)
  39. Donna Edwards (D-MD)
  40. Bennie Thompson (D-MS)
  41. Barbara Lee (D-CA)
  42. Julia Brownley (D-CA)
  43. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR)
  44. John Dingell (D-MI)
  45. Keith Ellison (D-MN)
  46. Marcia Fudge (D-OH)
  47. Hank Johnson (D-GA)
  48. Michael Doyle (D-PA)
  49. Janice Hahn (D-CA)
  50. Alcee Hastings (D-FL)
  51. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX)
  52. Edward Markey (D-MA)
  53. John Yarmuth (D-KY)
  54. Jackie Speier (D-CA)
  55. Grace Napolitano (D-CA)
  56. Danny Davis (D-IL)
  57. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)
  58. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ)
  59. John Garamendi (D-CA)
  60. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA)
  61. Eni Faleomavaega (D-AS)
  62. Frederica Wilson (D-FL)
  63. Tim Ryan (D-OH)
  64. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL)
  65. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY)
  66. Raul Grijalva (D-AZ)
  67. Kurt Schrader (D-OR)
  68. Rick Nolan (D-MN)
  69. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA)
  70. Stephen Lynch (D-MA)
  71. Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan (D-MP)
  72. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO)
  73. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-CA)
  74. Rush Holt (D-NJ)
  75. Alan Lowenthal (D-CA)
  76. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-AZ)
  77. Mike Honda (D-CA)
  78. Karen Bass (D-CA)
  79. Ted Yoho (R-FL)
  80. Niki Tsongas(D-MA)
Congressional Cosponsors to H.R. 3711 (By Date of Signing)
  1. John Tierney (D-MA)
  2. Walter Jones (R-NC)
  3. Michael Capuano (D-MA)
  4. Elijah Cummings (D-MD)
  5. Suzan Delbene (D-WA)
  6. Barbare Lee (D-CA)
  7. James McGovern (D-MA)
  8. George Miller (D-CA)
  9. Eleanor Holmes-Norton (D-D.C.)
  10. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL)
  11. Alan Grayson (D-FL)
  12. Peter Welch (D-VT)
Senate Cosponsors to S. 985 (By Date of Signing)
  1. Tom Harkin (D-IA)
Senate Cosponsors to S. 1282 (By Date of Signing)
  1. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)
  2. Maria Cantwell (D-WA)
  3. Angus King Jr. (I-ME)
  4. John McCain (R-AZ)
  5. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)
  6. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)
  7. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI)
  8. Barbara Boxer (D-CA)
  9. Edward Markey (D-MA)
  10. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)