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Bombs in the City Politics

Nine people were injured and the resident of Charan Pakdithanakul was alsohit, but he was safe.

Bombs and small arms light weapons are my compulsory newspaper read growing up in Phetchaburi, no less. They are cheap, effective and even though you know who did it, it would be hard to trace the mastermind in court as most people who agreed to do it will confessed that no one involved, faced some jail term and have the families being taken care of or risked being silenced by the other group of gunmen. Thus, eliminating several tough opponents would still be the best deal. Think about less than 5000 Baht M16 or cheaper AK plus 400,000 to a million service fee in return to what one would gain from being able to take over local politics.

But that was my bannok background.

In the modernized protest, where the elimination does not warrant a smooth passage, and during a ‘human rights’ violation mimicry (sorry, there is no human right discourse/ regime when you think that two people, doing the same violation, are not deserved to be condemn in the same manner.) The simple mind mentality will think:

    Only people who don’t like PADs will hurl the bombs at them
    Sae Deang or Salang do not like PADs and Charan
    They are, both of them or each, individually capable of obtaining bombs making material and do it
    They must represent Anti dictatorship people to do it.

The city politics are not outspoken like the conclusion of bannok one, and the bannok start to get more complicated. Sae Daeng denied that he did not involved but the bomb, particularly illegal one need not to come from certain security authority. They can be “leaked” to anyone with sufficient compensation and connection.

Army specialist Maj-Gen Khattiya Sawasdipol, an outspoken anti-PAD activist, also denied any involvement in the bombing.

He said, however that it is now time for the PAD supporters to leave Government House. He added that he believes the PAD faces “a group of enemies” who are adopting guerrilla techniques.

Today is a bit messy, another man was found dead with gunshot wound at the back of metropolitan police bureau. He was identified as PADs supporter. Bangkok Post has more detail.

It would be difficult to think that the events were not from the anti-PADs, but take no haste in making decision to join the rally. Remember both event could be more manufactured as political, rather than highlighting what really happened and why.

Disathorn Vajarotai, Chairperson of the Rachapracahsamasai Foundation mentioned that people who loved the king should stay home or return home… he is real [rep?], he took his royal words… and he only knows he is with Nai Luang Party, an enormous party (emphasis added.) via Matichon.

ถ้ารักในหลวงให้อยู่ชุมพร ไม่ต้องไปที่อื่น ผมเคยพูดตลอดเวลาว่า รักในหลวงให้อยู่บ้าน รักในหลวงให้กลับบ้าน คุณไปแสดงพลังตรงนั้นไม่ได้เกิดประโยชน์อะไรเลย รังแต่จะทำให้เกิดความแตกแยก ผมกล้าพูดตรงนี้เพราะผมเป็นตัวจริงเสียงจริงนะครับ รับพระราชกระแสมาเองว่า พวกเราต้องขยาย ทำอย่างไรให้เขาทราบว่า เรามีหน้าที่และทำหน้าที่อะไร ผมไม่ได้เข้าข้างใครนะครับ ผมไม่รู้ว่าใครผิดใครถูก ผมรู้อย่างเดียวว่า ผมอยู่พรรคในหลวง และพรรคนี้ใหญ่โตมาก

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