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PostPosted: Sun May 29, 2011 7:23 am    Post subject: CFR to Thailand: Accept US Stooge or Else Reply with quote


Globalists Fueling Unrest in Thailand

Same organizations, same rhetoric, same globalist agenda, different country.

by Tony Cartalucci

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Bangkok, Thailand May 17, 2011 - In Egypt before the January 2011 globalist-funded mobs took to the streets destabilizing the country and making way for Mohamed ElBaradei to worm his way into power, he spent the preceding year building up his street mobs and his political front, while his globalist sponsors began setting the rhetorical stage.

Under the radar of most of the world, ElBaradei and his "National Front for Change" had all the ingredients of a festering foreign-backed color revolution.

His membership upon the globalist International Crisis Group should have been a warning to all geopolitical analysts, and was a feature overlooked by many even after the color revolution was well underway from January onward.

What if the alternative media noticed and began reporting on this nefarious gambit a year, or even months before the "Arab Spring" unfolded?

Perhaps Egypt was a missed opportunity to expose and thus balk the globalist agenda.

However, highly contested elections are preceding the next phase of yet another globalist-fueled gambit, this time in Southeast Asia's Thailand.

It bears all the hallmarks of ElBaradei's disingenuous campaign and run-up to the color revolution in Egypt.

With the facts in hand, there is a possibility to raise awareness, get ahead of and balk yet another wave of globalist-sponsored geopolitical destabilization.

The Opposition

Thailand's opposition party is led by long-time globalist conspirator Thaksin Shinwatra, a former adviser to the Carlyle Group, who was literally standing in front of the CFR in NYC on the eve of his ousting from power in 2006.

Since then, he has been represented by some of the largest lobbying firms on earth, including fellow Carlyle man James Baker and his Baker Botts law firm, the International Crisis Group's Kenneth Adelman and his Edelman Public Relations firm (also a corporate sponsor of the "color revolution college" Movements.org), and Belfer Center adviser and IISS trustee Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers.

Continued at the hyperlink below. Ask yourself, which nations are next on the list?



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PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2011 10:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ahh, Spain. Who would've thunk it?

France next?

You bet.

Paddy O'Bama has 6 to 66 odds on and fixed furlongs.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 2:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


Thursday, June 9, 2011

Globalists Fueling Unrest in Thailand - Updated

by Tony Cartalucci

The article "Globalists Fueling Unrest in Thailand" has been updated to include the following information regarding the globalist stooge Thaksin Shinawatra, the leader of the "red" color revolution:

Bangkok, Thailand June 9, 2011 -

More documents have been found regarding Thaksin Shinawatra's extensive support provided by some of the largest lobbying and law firms on earth. The US Senate maintains a lobbying disclosure database that can be searched providing irrefutable evidence that Amsterdam & Peroff, Baker Botts, Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and Kobre & Kim have provided their services to Thaksin Shinawatra.

The Barbour Griffith & Rogers lobbying registration literally states under "specific lobbying issues," that the firm will, "provide strategic counsel on U.S. government policy and assist with advancing the individual's desire to promote democracy in Southeast Asia." With everything learned from watching the contrived "Arab Spring," BGR's assistance with advancing Thaksin's "desire to promote democracy in Southeast Asia" is quite obviously the continuation of the Thai "red" color revolution.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 6:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A last ditch effort; atm from the NWO to destroy the real Thailand that is emerging? Or propaganda? Sad

They can run, and they can hide, but they can't stop us my friend. They can't stop us. Many will die, but the power of us all will right the wrongs of these sub human assholes. Wink

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's getting very ugly here. It will get even uglier over and beyond the next fortnight. Tony Cartalucci's analysis is bang on the baht.


Lop Buri on edge as grenade found

Second provincial backer of Bhumjaithai targeted

Published: 20/06/2011 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: News

Tensions are escalating in Lop Buri province after an M26 grenade was found near the house of a former village chief turned key Bhumjaithai canvasser yesterday.

Police said the hand grenade was discovered yesterday morning by Surin Krobthong, 60, near his home in tambon Bang Khan Mak of Muang district.

Investigators who rushed to the scene on the Lop Buri-Sing Buri road found the grenade had the safety pin removed, but it had failed to detonate.

Police said they believed the attack was related to the national election because Mr Surin was a key Bhumjaithai canvasser.

Mr Surin, who received official recognition from the Interior Ministry for his work as a village chief for tambon Bang Khan Mak, is widely respected in the area and his good relationship with residents is valuable for the Bhumjaithai Party when he canvasses for votes.

The apparent attempt to bomb his home follows the murder of another key Bhumjaithai canvasser, Suban Jirapunvanit, in Bangkok on Thursday.

Suban, who was president of the Lop Buri Provincial Administration Organisation and the elder brother of Bhumjaithai Lop Buri candidate Mallika Jirapunvanit, was shot by a lone gunman while buying ice cream at a shop near the Government Lottery Office, off Ratchadamnoen Road.

His wife Oraphin and secretary Chanutphon Phothisamphanwong were wounded.

Police have declared Lop Buri a "red zone" - an area requiring heavy police surveillance in the run-up to the general election on July 3.

Hundreds of undercover police officers from the Crime Suppression Division and the Provincial Police Region 1 have been deployed to provide extra security for election candidates as the polling date nears.

They have also been told to tighten security in the province and to set up checkpoints around the clock until the election concludes.

Senior police adviser Pongsapat Pongcharoen, who is overseeing the election security operation, said he was not surprised by the attempted attack on Mr Surin's home.

Police expected tensions to escalate in the province following Suban's murder.

Pol Gen Pongsapat said investigations into the murder were progressing well and the police expected to be able to issue warrants for the arrest of the gunman in the next few days.

Ms Mallika, in a telephone interview with the Bangkok Post from her home in Lop Buri, said she believed the two incidents were connected and politically motivated.

She said she had no idea who might be behind the incidents and would rather let the police find the culprits.

Ms Mallika sought police protection shortly after the murder of her brother, but she said the violent attack would not discourage her from going out to meet her supporters and canvass for votes in the constituency.

" I will never give up. I love Lop Buri," the 47-year-old Bhumjaithai hopeful said. "I really want to help develop the province.

"Those who use intimidation and violence to try to silence their rivals must be stopped."

Ms Mallika condemned the mastermind of the attack against her brother, his wife and his secretary.

"They attacked women. Such actions are unacceptable," she said.

Bhumjaithai Party leader Chavarat Charnvirakul said he was worried about Ms Mallika's safety and said she had received threats.

Saksayam Chidchob, younger brother of Bhumjaithai de facto leader Newin Chidchob, was handed the task of overseeing the party's Lop Buri campaign shortly after Suban's murder.

Bhumjaithai is fielding candidates for three of the four seats in the central province _ in Constituencies 1, 2 and 4. They are Rangsan Salacheep in Constituency 1, Ms Mallika in Constituency 2 and Kiat Luengkachornwit in Constituency 4.

Mr Rangsan is a former deputy president of Lop Buri Provincial Administration Organisation and a younger brother of Lop Buri Municipality mayor Chamroen Salacheep, while Mr Kiat is a former Lop Buri Provincial Council member.

A total of 17 candidates from eight parties are running in Lop Buri but only the Democrats and Pheu Thai are considered serious rivals of Bhumjaithai.

Police spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri said 63 of the 375 election constituencies have been declared violence-prone zones and are under close surveillance.

Meanwhile, Sanongpot Yulek, a Chartthaipattana supporter who is alleged to have shot and killed Pheu Thai canvasser Rangsan Intharasuk on Saturday, surrendered to police yesterday.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2011 9:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Corporate-funded "People's" Movement:
Globalist puppets and their army of dupes.

June 22, 2011 - By Tony Cartalucci


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Wikileaks Strikes Again: Asian Summer?

The harbinger of foreign-funded sedition reveals itself in yet another nation.

by Tony Cartalucci

Bangkok, Thailand June 23, 2011

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here we go again.

Coup, coup? What did you say? Coup? What are you? A fucking owl?

Coup. Mark my words.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hang in there atm.
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The Kingdom of Thailand's worst nightmare is coming back to haunt it.

The Shinawatra Maoists are winning by a landslide in the advance poll today.

All alcohol sales are banned to prevent vote-buying. I am not joking.

Only another coup can stop this now.

It's a stark choice and only a few well-informed Thais get it.

Expect my next post on this issue to be violent: US or us.
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2011

Thailand: Globalist Proxy Faces First Hurdle


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ATM - how could they possibly try another coup?
It would rupture Thailand completely.

I don't have any answers, but I have been totally mystified by the lack
of any coherent, positive action by TPTB since Thaksin was taken out.

They've done nothing at all, and it even took them years to bring
charges against Mr. T, never fully justifying the coup in the first place.

I'm no fan of Thaksin, but any plans by the former government
to win the hearts & minds of the public either never materialized,
or were never formulated in the first place. Question
Their defeat was almost guaranteed from the get-go.

That said, Thailand will no doubt follow in the footsteps of all "modern"
nation states. They'll cede their sovereignty to international orgs,
and a few well-placed individuals / families will clean up.
Wealth will be further concentrated into fewer & fewer hands,
and the populace will always be needy, willing to work long hours
at low pay levels, while being ever grateful for the opportunity.

We shouldn't be surprised, and the Thai people are no dumber than
our own populations back home who either supported such or let it happen.

I don't pretend to understand the power structure here,
so it's difficult to analyze the situation.
But we do know HRM advocates sustainable growth, organic agriculture and the like.
Yet one of the first (failed) acts of the post-coup government was to
outlaw traditional, organic pesticides... go figure, it made no sense at all.

I guess their other big attempt at doing something... anything,
was to enact a law to sell eggs by the kilo... WTF noidea

I actually think, from a purely business pov,
that going organic would be highly successful for any country.
But last I saw, CP Group was still going strong,
and OTOP type projects remain quaint, at best.

The situation in the South still festers, nothing much to report there either.
And according to many comments I've read from expat engineers (in Thaivisa),
the graft required for new construction projects is at an all time high.

I don't know if it's China or the US, or both, behind much of this,
but they play the same game so the results will be same.
Free trade / globalism always favours the strong at the expense of the weak.

What to do?

It looks like all of the current wars are globalists vs nationalists.
And perhaps this has been true throughout the 20th century as well.

Perhaps... it has ever been thus, more or less, give or take.
I guess we can say, on a positive note, that these are all
very excellent learning opportunities. Wink

And if there are indeed changes blowin' in the wind,
then all I can say is... bring 'em on (and the sooner, the better).

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