Sunday, November 30, 2014

The future of Thailand nobilities that will affect ASEAN

As part of an ongoing purge, Thailand's crown prince has stripped his wife's family of their honorific royal name.

[Princess Srirasmi Akrapongpreecha and Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn together in Stockholm in 2007. Courtesy of of the Patty M.'s Flickr photo stream and used under a creative commons license.]

Thailand's Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn has asked the government to strip his wife's family of their royally bestowed name.

It comes after seven of her close relatives were arrested in a purge of officials allegedly involved in corruption involving PTT privatisation among other things.

Princess Srirasmi Akrapongpreecha is Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn's third wife, and the pair married in 2001.

The move is widely expected to be a first step to divorce.

He was already known to be estranged from the princess, although they continued to attend official functions together.

The purge of Princess Srirasmi's family over the past 10 days has been widely reported in Thailand.

However, until now the severity of the lese majeste law criminalising any critical comment about the monarchy meant that no Thai media had pointed out the family connection.
The princess's uncle, a senior police general, was arrested over accusations of amassing vast wealth through smuggling and gambling rackets.

Four of her siblings and two other relatives have also been held.
The office of Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn has now sent a letter to the interior ministry ordering her family to be stripped of the royal name he bestowed on them when he married her.

The dramatic downfall of Princess Srirasmi comes at a very sensitive time, analysts say, with the 86 year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej in poor health.

As the Crown Prince's wife, she would have been expected to become Queen when he succeeds his father, a potentially very powerful position given the exalted status of the monarchy in Thailand.

The pivotal position of the monarchy in Thailand's political order makes the succession an extremely sensitive issue, many aspects of which still cannot be reported from inside the country.

The world's longest-reigning monarch, King Bhumibol has been on the throne in Thailand since 1946.

King Bhumibol Education:
  • Mater Dei school in Bangkok, Thailand
  • École Nouvelle de la Suisse Romande in Lausanne, Switzerland, the Heart of Fascism.
  • Gymnase Classique Cantonal of Lausanne in Lausanne, Switzerland
  • University of Lausanne in Switzerland: degree in law and political science
Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn Education:
  • Kingsmead School in Hoylake, Wirral, England
  • Millfield Senioe School in Somerset, England
  • Royal Military College, Duntroon in Canberra, Australia
  • Sukhothai Thammatirat University in Bangkok, Thailand: Bachelor of Laws degree
Crown Prince of Thailand was also educated in Switzerland, by the Jesuits, the Pharaonic Templars teachers where they prepare most of the nobilities, dictators to create fake oppositions in their empire to enslave the people, the surrounding countries sheeple and share the fruits of others' labors.

Contrary to what Thai people believe in their democracy, Thai people had been brainwashed (TV, movies, news, events, economies, ...), and they had given consent to be governed by the so called Constitutional Monarchy of international coalition between Medieval and Corporate Feudalism system.

How leaders were educated:

1. To implement Hegelian dialectic deception politics, by creating/infiltrating/controlling multiple sides to further their own and their controller agenda ("thesis + antithesis -> synthesis"). An example is to create economic crisis and poverty (problem) to make people suffer (reaction) than come with "solution:" that will increase their wealth and power further.

What's more is that while the public seems to think that world crises spring up like wildfires, their corporate funded studies and publications see these crises coming years in advance. These are premeditated, meticulously planned conflicts that are triggered to usher in premeditated, meticulously planned solutions to advance Think-Tanks' Empire corporate supporters who are numerous such as the Rockefeller Foundation, CSIS and many more including UN with the policy to reduce ASEAN population growth, the UN-Agenda 21.

Some other examples of the West:
  • # Left v. Right political dogma: Democrats v. Republicans, Liberals v. Conservatives, Labour v. Tories, etc. This is the political duopoly trap, where the voting outcome can only swing in two main directions. Any emerging of true political opposition is deflected and extinguished by temporary controlled opposition spin-off's from the main parties and media blackouts and/or smear campaigns.
  • # The present focus of many media corporations on "Muslim terror threats", especially after the mass trauma psyop of 9-11, is part of their strategy of tension, to divide groups by fear and polarize people's frustration and anger towards this synthesized enemy or its controlled opposition, instead of the real fascistic threat from the secretive power structures.
  • # The artificial global food price crisis versus the centralization of food management structures (examples: Codex Alimentarius UN agenda, Genetically modified food controversies - such as the resistance to correct labeling and nutrient reductions compared to natural whole foods.)
  •   # Human Livestock management approaches by raising taxes and regulations, increase States debts to private bankers using human livestock as collateral, spreading depression and despairs. Solutions, more propaganda, more anti-depressants, more superstitions, all kind of wars between human livestocks. 

ASEANS, Break your invisible chain that enslave you:

At the end of History, there will be slavery, the Greatest slavery of all is not the slavery which is behind us, but the slavery which is ahead of us. That's the future of our children created by the ignorance of their parents.

Being aware that there is something wrong in our lives is not enough, our actions end up effecting everyone around us. What is the greatest epidemic the Earth is ever FEAR and already affected the Human race. What's if the only cure for this epidemic is KNOWLEDGE. Are you willing to educate yourself? Are willing to take control and protect yourself and your family?

More about the world Empire and their puppet "Education" here

The Playboy Prince of Thailand

Even as gunshots reverberate through the streets of central Bangkok and the city’s glittering buildings are gutted by fire, the people of Thailand have a new cause for worry. Their beloved but ailing king may soon be replaced by his son, the eccentric crown prince, who has given his pet poodle military status and had his wife filmed in a G-string, feeding birthday cake to the dog.
Although few Thais will speak openly about their dislike of Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, the prospect of his ascension to the throne looms in the background of this bloody rebellion.

“It is apparent that…the throne is wobbling,” a longtime observer of Thai politics said on the condition of anonymity, citing fears of arrest under Thailand’s strict lèse-majesté laws.

Westerners may have grown accustomed to lurid tales of European royals, but not so the Thais.

King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who unlike his son is widely revered, has ruled Thailand for more than six decades. During previous government crises, including several of the 18 coups that have wracked Thailand since it became, nominally, a constitutional monarchy in 1932, Bhumibol has intervened to stabilize the country. But, incapable or unwilling, he has failed to step into the current conflict between his worshipful subjects and his loyal armed forces, which has scarred the capital and left scores of people dead. Since last September, the king has been confined to Bangkok’s Siriraj Hospital; doctors say he is suffering from “exhaustion and respiratory problems.” At 82, he is the world’s longest-serving monarch.

While Bhumibol has devoted his adult life to a well-choreographed campaign of winning the hearts and minds of his people through good works and generous handouts, the crown prince has offended Thais with his seeming arrogance and vulgar ways.

Many were scandalized last November when a video appeared on the Internet, showing the prince frolicking by a swimming pool with his wife. While the prince appears in a sports shirt and smoking a pipe, his wife is naked but for a fringed G-string, serving birthday cake to the couple’s miniature poodle, Fu-Fu, as white-gloved servants wait on the royal couple.

Dog Birthday by Thai Crown Prince and wife, see video.
 The pampered Fu-Fu has been assigned the rank of “captain” by the crown prince and sometimes accompanies its royal master to formal state dinners.

Vajiralongkorn, 57, a military pilot by training, has long stood out in the otherwise restrained royal family. His relationships with women have been numerous, complex, and particularly offensive to the public. While married to his first wife, a cousin with whom he had a daughter in 1978, he had five other children with a live-in girlfriend, a would-be actress. After divorcing his wife, he married his mistress in 1984. That marriage ended 12 years later, after the actress fled to Britain with the couple’s daughter. Undaunted, the prince abducted the child and brought her back to Thailand. In 2001, he married again, although it took years before the marriage was made public. His present wife, known as Princess Srirasmi, is another scandalous liaison. A commoner, she worked on his staff, “waiting on him,” before they married. The couple has a 5-year-old son, now second in line to the throne, but there are rumors of other children by other women, although the royal palace has not acknowledged them.

Westerners may have grown accustomed to lurid tales of European royals, but not so the Thais. More than six decades of public probity and rigid censorship have created an aura of godliness around Bhumibol, an aura unlikely to be passed on to his son.

While some Thais have made veiled—and unflattering—comparisons between the ways of their crown prince and those of Britain’s Prince Charles, the similarity is slight. Whereas Charles has burnished an international reputation for his support of just causes such as human rights and disaster relief, his counterpart in Thailand seems to have been more focused on adding to his already substantial wealth. There are rumors of nefarious business deals with Thaksin Shinawatra, the controversial multibillionaire and deposed prime minister who from his exile abroad has openly funded and encouraged the Red Shirts’ revolt against the current government.

Bhumibol himself came to the throne under suspicious circumstances. Born in Boston and educated in Switzerland, the king ascended to the throne in 1946 at 19, after his elder brother was found dead in bed with a gunshot wound to the head. The death remains a mystery, unsolved and—like most royal matters—never discussed in public. (Thai authorities have been quick to bring defamation charges against journalists and observers, charges that carry severe prison sentences.)

In private, many Thais express concern about the succession issue. Some fear the crown prince would prove to be a feeble ruler, allowing the country to fall victim to military dictatorship once again. Others have suggested that the crown prince’s unmarried sister, Princess Sirindhorn, take her father’s place instead. Like the old king, the princess is perceived as a tireless worker for the people’s well-being, and adoring Thais have nicknamed her “Princess Angel.” But while modern Thai law permits a female monarch, the law has never been tested, and no one knows how various interest groups, particularly the armed forces and those behind the crown prince, might react.

Given that Thailand is one of the United States’ oldest allies in Southeast Asia and today works closely with Washington in critical areas such as counterterrorism, drug interdiction, and nuclear nonproliferation, the Obama administration has a stake in the outcome of the conflict. Earlier this month, Assistant Secretary of State Kurt Campbell traveled to Bangkok to meet with the leaders of the Red Shirts, who have staged the revolt against the government. The American diplomat was quickly criticized by Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya for his “intervention in Thai domestic politics.”

The various factions “are playing for keeps, and they don’t care who is watching,” said Ernest Bower, director of Southeast Asian studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. The country, he warned, is poised to step off the brink and into “the political equivalent of the unknown.”

Other Children in line for the throne:
Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
Sirindhorn was born on 2 April 1955, the third child of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit. As the royal couple has only one son, the Thai constitution was altered in 1974 to allow for female succession. This made Sirindhorn second-in-line to the throne (after Vajiralongkorn) until the birth of Princess Bajrakitiyabha in 1978. Air Chief Marshall Siddhi Savetsila, a member of the privy council, told a former U.S. ambassador in early 2010 that Sirindhorn could be named successor in the event of Vajiralongkorn's death

As the eldest female child of the royal family (excluding Ubol Ratana, who married a foreign commoner), her position is comparable to a princess royal.

Sirindhorn attended kindergarten to upper secondary levels at Chitralada School. She ranked first in the National School Examinations in the primary level (grade 7) in 1967, first in upper secondary level (grade 12) in 1972 and fourth in the National University Entrance Examination.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History (First Class Honor, Gold Medal) from Chulalongkorn University in 1976, and a Master of Arts in Oriental Epigraphy (Sanskrit and Cambodian) from Silpakorn University in 1978 for her thesis, The Inscriptions Found at Prasad Bnam Run (Prasat Phnom Rung). She earned a Master of Arts in Pali and Sanskritfrom Chulalongkorn University in 1980 for her thesis, Dasapāramī in Theravada Buddhism.
She was awarded a PhD in educational development from Srinakharinwirot University in 1986 for her thesis, Development of an Innovative Design for the Instruction of Thai Language at the Upper Secondary School Level.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Lewis M. Simons is co-author with Sen. Christopher S. Bond of  The Next Front: Southeast Asia and the Road to Global Peace with Islam. He also writes for Foreign Affairs.

The reason of change in policy into The Next Front: Southeast Asia and the Road to Global Peace with Islam is the return to Ice-Age that the food production area will be shifted and SEAWAPA is the key to progress. And the implementation of the New World Order (NWO, means to own everything) that will demand lots of disorders to implement. But the Elders of Asian know what is going on and who are behind the NWO, watch this space for evolution.