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Premier’S Us Itinerary Confirmed Amid Human-Rights Concerns Affecting Thailand


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#1 Coss

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Posted 27 September 2017 - 03:46

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I already knew the difference between these two, one has his grey hair, dyed black, the other has his hair stained, (if the reports are true) with the urine of Russian teen hookers.


PRIME MINISTER General Prayut Chan-o-cha’s visit to the United States from next Monday to Wednesday will be carried out to accomplish bilateral goals amid high tension in the Korean peninsula as well as concerns among human rights activists that the visit will indicate US support for Thailand’s undemocratic junta regime.

Prayut was invited by US President Donald Trump during a phone call in April.  The schedule was confirmed by both the Thai government and the White House yesterday following speculation that the visit, originally proposed for July, had been postponed. Trump looks forward to reaffirming the relationship between the United States and a “key partner and longstanding ally in Asia”, according to a White House statement. Prayut and Trump would discuss strengthening and broadening bilateral relations and enhancing cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region, the statement said.

Prayut will lead a large Thai delegation to Washington for talks on security, the economy, trade and investment, as well as regional issues, deputy government spokesperson Lt-General Werachon Sukondhapatipak said yesterday..........

http://www.nationmul...litics/30327774



A large delegation because everybody wants a photo op with Trumperbelle...

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Yes still wanting to be back in Vientiane, swinging in my hammock, supping ice n beer, in the shade of my Cashew tree.

#2 Dexi

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Posted 27 September 2017 - 11:52

Compared to many of the other leaders in the region,Prayut looks positively saintly :cheerleader:
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Posted 27 September 2017 - 16:26

Democracy has very shallow roots in SE Asia, and when democratic governments have been in control those elected have unfortunately seemed to believe that their election gave them the right to do almost anything they wanted.
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#4 baa99

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Posted 28 September 2017 - 17:37

View PostFlashermac, on 27 September 2017 - 16:26, said:

Democracy has very shallow roots in SE Asia, and when democratic governments have been in control those elected have unfortunately seemed to believe that their election gave them the right to do almost anything they wanted.

... so they return to a dictatorship so the generals can do anything they want. :neener:




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