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Thaksin vor Gericht - Neuwahlen im Dezember ?

Dieses Thema im Forum "Pattaya- und Thailandforum" wurde erstellt von Guest, 12.07.2007.

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    Pungparamee Member

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    Korruptionsklage, Thaksins Gegner sind nicht weniger korrupt als der Ex selbst. Der alte Präsident hat zumindest etwas für die weniger wohlhabende Bevölkerungsschicht Thailands getan, was man von der vorherigen Brut nicht behaupten konnte.

    Die alte Brut kann jetzt beruhigt weiter machen nur haben Sie die Glaubensrichtung des neuen „Machthabers“ vergessen oder verdrängt!
     
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    Sky Senior Experte

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    Oh ja er hat sovieles für die Armen getan und war dabei sooooooooooo selbstlos. :hehe:
     
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    cyberbeno4 V.I.P.

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    soweit ich weiß, hat er sein vermögen während seiner amtszeit vervierfacht, auf wessen kosten wohl ?

    was hat er denn für die weniger betuchten geleistet ? komm jetzt bitte nicht mit dieser pseudo 30 baht krankenversicherung, die immer angeführt wird.
     
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    SINGHA Senior Experte

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    569_thaksin_bush_1.jpg, Thaksin vor Gericht - Neuwahlen im Dezember ?, 1

    ......... :roll: .......... :fucking:

    singha
     
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    hualahn Junior Experte

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    zumindest hat er sich um brachliegende Grundstücke gekümmert:

    ""The original estimated price for the land was Bt2.1 billion. Pojaman, however, paid only Bt772 million through an auction. ""
    (Quelle: De Nation)
    Pojaman ist nicht der neue nick von Filipan, sondern Thaksins Frauchen,
    für solche geschäfte schiebt man(n) gerne die Damen vor.....
     
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    Liggi Senior Experte

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    Seine Frau hat gekauft da er als Mitglied der Regierung dieses Grundstück nicht kaufen durfte.
     
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    hualahn Junior Experte

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    oh. sorry. ich hab wohl vergessen, dass die beiden getrennte kassen haben.
    macht das einen unterschied ob die frau das gekauft hat oder er(natürlich konnte er nicht), ist doch die gleiche sippe.
     
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    tanaikwam Senior Member

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    Zitat entnommen aus Tip-Forum.

    und nun ist auch Forbes gegen Thaksin :lol:

    tk
     
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    WER von Euch Spezialisten Hatt denn da seine Finger im Spiel????
    Ich denke hier sind alles WILUFans

    The Nation:
    Hackers of the ICT are possibly Thais in Germany : DSI
    It is believed that hackers who broke into the Information and Communications Technology Ministry's website on Thursday may be Thais in Germany, a Department of Special Investigation police said Friday.


    "Our investigation showed that the hackers are staying in Europe. At this stage, we believed they may be Thais living in Germany," Pol Col Yannaphon Yangyuen, chief of DSI's technology and information section said.

    The hackers plastered the opening page of the ICT website with a moving image of a smiling Thaksin Shinawatra, the ousted prime minister, confronting his nemesis, coup-maker General Sonthi Boonyaratglin.


    The animation against a black background showed Thaksin grinning and waving his hand, with the message "take back your dictatorship and return our Thailand" next to it.


    It was displayed at about 11:50am for about 10 minutes until the page was removed. The site was taken offline until 2pm.


    Yannaphon said that the ICT did not ask the DSI to find the hackers. His statement that the hackers were possibly Thais in Germany was from his own investigation.


    The ICT meanwhile filed a complaint with police over the hackers.
     
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    Vielleicht Thread umbenennnen in:Was macht Thaksin??

    Ein intreressanter Artikel in der Nation:5.8.07

    Sidelines: Thaksin finds less space to move around in the world
    Beaming from his Gulfstream private jet with a young pop singer at his side for private pleasure, and away from other pressure, Thaksin Shinawatra seemed to be having a really good time despite his groaning and moaning about the hardship of being away from his wife and children. Published on August 5, 2007




    Yesterday he was supposed to show full support, with two Thai pop singers, when Manchester City tested their talent against Spanish team Valencia. It was a gauge of the future - not only of the team but also of whether Thaksin really means to have a long stay in the English Premier League.


    The warm-up match against Charles Le Roi several days ago was a disaster, with Thaksin's team's losing 0-2. Except to hardcore soccer fans, the winning team is barely known in Thailand. It was a really bad start and a hard blow to the egos of both Thaksin and his manager, Sven-Goran Eriksson.


    Manchester City could indeed have been used as a smokescreen for Thaksin to pursue his investment in the super-casino plan - Manchester was marked as the first location - but now the project has been scrapped entirely by the Brown government. It will not take long for us to know about the former prime minister's hidden agenda.


    If Thaksin, long proven to have a crafty and cunning business acumen, decided to sell the money-making Shin Corp to Temasek Holdings, how long will he continue to spend on buying top players and endless other investment in the club without the prospects of reasonable returns on his billions of baht?


    The reversal of fortune for the worse continues for Thaksin. Not only will more criminal charges, including arrest warrants for his family members and in-laws, make life more miserable for all of them, there is a real threat of harsh criminal prosecution and long legal battles.


    What's more? Human-rights groups here and abroad are demanding that the extrajudicial killings in Thaksin's dirty war against drug dealers must be actively probed. This is because it was not just the 2,500 people who were reported killed; the actual figure according to police sources was close to 8,000, if not more.

    The Thai Human Rights Commission, each member commanding a princely salary, never initiated this kind of investigation during its six years of existence. It does not even have the nerve and the authority to urge a disgraced member to quit.


    Anyway, Thaksin finds that his area of movement is getting smaller. England might not tolerate further embarrassment from his extended presence and role of key financier for all political troubles by paid mobs and street hecklers back home.


    It is not only human-rights groups that are demanding his case be probed. Indignant British lawmakers and people in the Premier League are making loud noises about the "fit and proper" rule for Thaksin, not to mention expected troubles in giving tall tales to British authorities about the source of funds used in acquiring Manchester City.


    If the Thai Anti-Money Laundering Office is to be worth the taxpayers' money, it should seek cooperation from the British Money Laundering Reporting Officer, the Criminal Intelligence Service and even Scotland Yard to find out about Thaksin's fund flows.


    Another blow for Thaksin is that the Chinese authorities have decided to terminate his one-year multiple-entry visa. From now on, he cannot just fly in his private jet to have Peking duck in Beijing for lunch and fly on to have a pee at his mansion near Victoria Peak in Hong Kong and then have sumptuous dinner with his close friends back in Beijing without first seeking a new entry visa.


    His much-heralded book, which actually reveals nothing much about Thaksin's hours after the coup, might have upset Chinese authorities. For the first time, Thaksin can feel what the life of a pariah is like, and he may soon be upgraded to becoming persona non grata in certain countries if the allegations about money-laundering turn out not to be baseless after all.


    With arrest warrants out from the Thai authorities, it is unthinkable that Thaksin and family will want to face justice back home after bad-mouthing about the unfair treatment and prejudice in the rule of law here. What's more, they do not want justice of any kind, as said before, but just to get off the legal hooks, either by hook or by crook.


    With charges of human-rights violations, arrest warrants, and money-laundering and other criminal investigations, Thaksin might find out soon that the world is not so big after all for his Gulfstream jet. He may have to seek a new place of exile in a hurry and discard his plans for Manchester City and other things in exchange for a life outside prison.


    There are many locations without extradition agreements with Thailand. But there is a difference between a politician seeking exile and a fugitive criminal. The latter is not viewed too kindly by countries in which justice always prevails and never succumbs to bribery.


    Among Thaksin's top choices would be Cuba and Taiwan, where UN forces or Interpol cannot drag him away to join Charles Taylor, the ex-terror of Liberia now standing trial in the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Or maybe he could consider Costa Rica, experiencing life in a Latin culture until a new location is found.


    The last resort is to mobilise his huge war chest, now hidden in many parts of the world and Singapore, to finance a coup with paid forces and mercenaries, creating mayhem and a real bloodbath to regain power. That he can do for sure, with unquestionable potential. After all, the money was from the country of his birthplace and plundered away through various means.


    A few days ago he called himself a "cornered dog." We know how dangerous a cornered dog can be. Should we allow him to rant round and reach the state of a mad dog, which would truly be worse for the entire country?

    Sopon Onkgara