Thailand’s Thaksin Shinwatra, Marxists, and the NWO

THIS REPOST IS ONLY FOR THE BALANCE IN THE ONGOING DEBATE — We don’t know all about Thaksin. But we believe that Thai people should UNITE under the king! PLEASE KEEP praying for peace in Thailand and health for the King, and that the reds may go home!



If the forum happens to disappears let me know as I copied the text.

Tony Cartalucci
May 18, 2010

At the root of this protest is fugitive ex-prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra. Before being elected as prime minister, Thaksin was a member of Carlyle Group’s Asian advisory board. He had bragged to media how, after being elected in 2001, he still served as a “match maker” for foreign investors.
He was an eager free-trader and an open proponent of globalism in the fiercely independent Kingdom of Thailand, the only nation in Southeast Asia to avoid Western colonization.

During his premiership, he began to consolidate his power through the creation of a rurally based political machine. The mechanics of this machine included newly created village funds that were topped off with millions of baht for villages that contributed the most to his various political campaigns, cheap loans, a socialist 30 baht healthcare scheme that nearly imploded Thailand’s heathcare system, and last but not least, good old fashioned vote buying come election time.

Behind the scenes, there was community “organizing” taking place to create what would later become the infamous “red shirts.” One of Thaksin’s former political collegue discussed in an interview with Asia Times, about how classical Maoist techniques were used to program the “red shirt” army. After years of conditioning, Therdpoum Chaidee said this of the final results:

“Many of them [red shirts] are now absolutely convinced that Thaksin was the best leader in Thai history, that he was a kind and generous man who holds the solution to all their problems. They don’t need a program – they just need a new Thai state with Thaksin in charge. It has become very emotional – as it was designed to be,” he added.

With this new Maoist “perspective” and with Thaksin Shinwatra’s inevitable fall from grace as the rest of the country began to discover his true intentions, his term was called short after massive protracted protests and a military coup in 2006. Thaksin’s vision of creating a single party government and implementing sweeping changes to transform the nation into what would basically be a free trade bloc of corporate fascism ready to be rolled first into the Asian Union, would be put on hold.

Thaksin has/had help from PR minions like Sam Moon of the Economist,…

And the lobbyist firm Barbour, Griffith, and Roberts……

After his ouster in 2006, he began employing his Moaist led, Marxist indoctrinated mob simply called the “red shirts.” Officially they are called the UDD or the National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship. The cogs at work here are best explained by Therdpoum Chaidee, a former communist and colleague of current UDD protest leaders, as well as a member of parliament under Thaksin’s now defunct Thai Rak Thai party.…

Here he explains how a Maoist Marxist revolution is created, that its goals are not conducive to anyone outside of the inner ciricle so only the most ignorant need apply. Parallels can be drawn not only to the overview of what Therdpoum explains regarding Thailand’s “red shirts,” but even with the exact language used by him when compared to US Marxist speakers like this L.A. teacher speaking at UCLA.…

Let there be no mistake that the future of Thailand is in peril. These protesters are not a grassroots freedom movement, but an insidious, engineered wave of violence meant to empty out Thailand’s upper and middle class, and roll the nation over into a fascist dictatorship “republic” under Thaksin Shinwatra and his globalist handlers.

Finally, please consider the following selection of propaganda taken from the UDD’s official magazines published and distributed throughout Thailand. They feature articles by not only the UDD core leadership, but by Thai Rak Thai party members, foreign meddlers, and current Peua Thai Party (Thai Rak Thai’s rebranding after it was disbanded for voter fraud, twice.) Please notice the category “Communist Thailand” and the glorified picture of Lenin riding a wave of red.

Much more is obviously at work here behind this “red revolution.” The foreign media purposefully pleads ignorant to the statements of violence, admissions to murder, and calls to arms within the pages of the movements official publications. These calls and admissions are repeated on a daily basis by UDD leaders on the stage. BBC or CNN need only a single translator to expose this deadly plot for what it is. Yet they plead ignorant and show only dead protesters and the army relentlessly shooting them.

Freedom is marked by independence, independence is marked by knowledge. Please research the provided links above, and please dig in deeper yet to the crux of the truth. Thailand is the only nation in Southeast Asia to have resisted Western colonization and to this day they have resisted Monsanto’s attempts to spread GMO crops, the movie and music industry’s attempt to impose draconian IP laws, big pharma’s attempts to fleece the Thai people with their overpriced medication, and the overall drive to turn Thailand into yet another centralized consumerist gulag. Free markets (and black markets) still thrive, still do the best job of spreading the wealth and giving people access to modern conveniences. This is an appeal not for your support, but for you to search for the truth and not react instinctively to hyped headlines and one-sided reporting.

Fast forward April 2009. Thaksin was now in exile, running from a 2 year jail term for corruption. This was when the term “People’s War” was first publically announced by Thaksin’s proxies in Thailand. Thaksin even phoned in to his followers stating “Now that they have tanks on the street and the soldiers are coming out, so it is time for the people to come out for a revolution.” This was after wide spread violence, looting, and burning of public buses and infrastructure broke out and the army was brought in to stop the expanding riot.…

The violence began as members of the public began confronting the protesters, dismantling road blocks created by paid taxi drivers.

Shooting broke out and the army stepped in. Under the command of Colonel Romkloa, the Thai army dispersed the protesters without a single loss of life. The protesters left for their Northern villages and the red shirt leadership jumped on the government’s very lenient bail only to sew the seeds for more violence.

Red shirt leaders and Thaksin both told international press unsubstainiated reports that the army had killed “hundreds” and secretly disposed of the bodies, somehow right under the nose of both local and foreign press. It becomes Orwellian when one considers that Thaksin has lobbyists and PR firms working for him with connections in all the major news media outlets and within the government of the United States. Red shirt leaders insist that the foreign media is in fact, working against them.

Sam Moon of the Economist handles Thaksin’s PR and after his hiring, critical articles of both the Thai government and the revered Thai monarchy began immediately appearing in the Economist.…

Next on deck is Barbour, Griffith, and Roberts, out of Washington D.C. One of Washington’s most influential lobbyist firms, BGR most likely isn’t merely holding press conferences for their new client Thaksin Shinwatra.…

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12 comments for “Thailand’s Thaksin Shinwatra, Marxists, and the NWO

  1. tsubaki
    May 19, 2010 at 3:45 pm

    Can someone explain why there was no left in Thai politics of note? If there were no moderately left parties, then the poor masses had no choice besides Thaksin, at least in their minds. I’m aware of the long war against the Communists, but hasn’t there been anything along the lines of, say, US Democrats? As an example, I read somewhere that secondary schools were not free. Is that true?

    Is a major cause of the current mess that no moderate parties or policies were permitted?

  2. Anglo-Saxon
    May 20, 2010 at 1:40 am

    tsubaki … the US Democrats has become, in effect, a Communist party in all but name. It was taken over a couple of Conventions ago by George Soros’ so-called Shadow Party. George Soros is an agent of the Rothschild criminal banking dynasty. It was Rothschild money that seeded Soros’ Quantum Fund, used some years later to take down the Bank of England and out of the ERM, when Norman Lamont was Chancellor.

    The more I learn, the more I am convinced that Thaksin is not only an enemy of the good people of Thailand, but also an enemy of humanity. Anyone who allies himself with people working for the Economist, or uses people based in Washington D.C. should be shown the muzzle of a rifle.

    Thailand (and the rest of South East Asia) will never know peace until the United States of America — not in fact a real country, but an official Corporation and instrument of Freemasonry and the Illuminati — is ‘destroyed’. Everywhere the U.S.A. has wormed its way into (for another sorry example, consider the history of the Philippines) eventually experiences seismic problems and social upheaval. Since 1945, America has been the primary instrument pushing the “New World Order” or Novus ordo seclorum (Ref: Great Seal of the United States).

    If you do not yet understand the meaning of Washington’s sinister architecture, then please visit this webpage:

  3. tsubaki
    May 20, 2010 at 11:38 am


    I’m aware of all that. But the Republicans have become full of the Trotskyite Straussians, so it’s not like there’s a huge choice. I’ve been a conspiracy researcher for over 30 years. One could argue that the US is Babylon the Great or the New Atlantis many secret societies have promoted.

    My point, or question, was simply that the bottom 60-65% in Thailand may not have had a party that would offer them things like cheap health care. If Thaksin died tonight, the desires of those 60% would remain. The Reds may be worse than the Yellows, I don’t really know. For sure, the anger I heard from Red radio a few months ago was very grim, and revenge could be very nasty – but this is all the more reason for the Yellow institutions to try to work out a deal that cuts Thaksin out of something like a unity government.

  4. Anglo-Saxon
    May 20, 2010 at 3:59 pm

    tsubaki … yes, or “The New Egypt.”

    Your second paragraph points in the right direction, and raises very valid concerns. In recent years, I have looked after an impoverished (in terms of money and material possessions) young lady from Thailand’s far north-east. She (or someone on her behalf) once had to take out a loan (about THB 15,000) from the Government to pay for her basic education. I have since paid off this loan for her.

    Rich & young Thai girls are becoming increasingly intolerable (arrogant, self-obsessed, conceited, and materialistic). Their attitude is becoming more like the snooty attitude of your typical Singaporean girl: who apparently believes she is god’s gift to mankind.

    Believe me when I tell you that a lot of human trash from the United States, including especially New York City, have arrived here and set up shop, since the crash of 1997. I would argue it is they who have been the catalyst for this gross dilution of Thai traditional values. Half the building boom in Bangkok has been caused by the need to house these scumbags. One fine day, we will have to make these people pay a heavy price, for it is not the first time they have come to suck blood from an unsuspecting and decent culture. Japan is another that got side-swiped, which you will probably know more about than most.

    The Yellows (as you label them) are, I suspect, hunkering down behind mental barricades because they have become neurotic over the uncertain prospects scheduled to arrive following the succession to King Bumiphol. With such a bunker mindset, I doubt they will find the capacity to think in broader terms and plan for the long-term, in order to reduce the endemic social injustices that have been allowed to accrue (alongside television induced ‘raised expectations’). For too long, the ‘Yellows’ have relied on stupid Farangs arriving in Thailand in search of romance, only to end up acting as Thailand’s unofficial Social Services.

  5. tsubaki
    May 20, 2010 at 9:06 pm


    Your feeling about Thai girls is what I saw in both the young men and young women in Bangkok: they thought they belonged to an international class with Singaporeans and Hong Kongers and not with their fellow “cows” in the provinces. This is not the road to a harmonious society, especially when a lot of them didn’t really earn their money or position; they just got it because of daddy.

    Relying on farangs or New Yorkers, is a sure road to ruin. Thailand is in a different state of development, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Japan didn’t move away from materialism in a big way. The worship of GDP is a dead end, and, of course, the Western world is looking pretty old in the mouth these days.

    It will be a shame if Thailand goes down a bad path, as she could have been a reasonable example for other countries to emulate.

  6. Tony
    May 20, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    Thaksin is also Cambodia’s tyrant for life Hun Sen’s “Economic Adviser.” According to the UK Guardian’s article “Cambodia, Country for Sale,” Hun Sen has literally sold half the country out to foreign globalist investors, leaving THOUSANDS homeless. He also tosses anyone that protests his treasonous sell-out of their homeland right into jail.

    If you judge a man by the people he keeps as friends, Thaksin is the spawn of Satan.

    According to the Asia Times article, “Plots seen in Thaksin’s Cambodia gambit,” Thaksin is actually using Cambodia as a base to undermine Thailand’s people and government.

  7. Tony
    May 21, 2010 at 4:51 pm

    Two more follow up articles on my blog about the Thai conflict.

    One exposes the parallels between Thaksin’s Reds and La Raza in the US.

    The other exposes the MSM’s role in covering up what is basically an army of mercenaries working for Thaksin Shinwatra and were the ones behind the bloodbath.


  8. Power Point Paradise
    May 21, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    Thanks Tony. The more back-up the better. I am sure most everyone appreciates it.
    Peace and love

  9. tsubaki
    May 22, 2010 at 12:00 am


    I enjoyed your articles. We would appreciate more.

    One question I’ve got, though, is what the bottom half should support in your view. Is there another party that is offering them things like free education? The Reds are somewhat dangerous, so it is up to the sensible elements in Thailand to bring some percentage of the “outs” to the negotiating table with the “ins”. Apparently, this didn’t work in negotiating before the crackdown, but it has to be tried.

  10. Anglo-Saxon
    May 22, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    Somewhere in the articles or comments, we have already noted that Thaksin has been staying ‘somewhere’ in Montenegro. This would appear an unusual location for an ex-Thai PM to be staying at, while coordinating a violent coup attempt. Until, that is, you begin to join up some more dots.

    I have just been reading an unrelated article involving Peter Munk (owner of Barrick Gold, the world’s largest gold producer), Nat Rothschild (the young British financier), Oleg Deripaska (the ex-Mafia member, Russian Oligarch, and Billionaire), and Peter (Lord) Mandelson (once EU Commissioner for Trade).


    Now here is the interesting new info (scoop!).

    Deripaska, Munk and Rothschild have recently co-developed Porto Montenegro, a resort for the super-rich near the town of Tivat in the former Yugoslav republic of Montenegro.

    It is my guess, this is precisely where Thaksin Shinawatra has been staying.

  11. Power Point Paradise
    May 22, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    Montenegro’s leader then forbade Thaksin to undertake any political activities from there. That could have been cosmetic only. He’s now supposed to be in France and the French government is trying to stop his politics also. He is really getting around! And officially being watched.

  12. October 25, 2010 at 8:57 am

    I live in Bangkok,Thailand & I witnessed the carnage.I wasn’t allowed to go to my apartment because of the shooting.I saw the shooting and I only witnessed the military directing the gun fire.All the Red Shirts, that I saw,were unarmed and I saw that they ran & tried to take cover.I’m addicted to high fiber excitement,so I ran to witness the shooting.The Red Shirts offered me refuge.The blood was everywhere.Bullet holes were every where.The holes were all the size a .223 round would make.I have no stake in all this,but this is reminicent of the East Timor cover up by the CIA & the CIA controled media /CIA misinfomation & disinformation/House of Rothschild/NWO.I attended the services of those fallen & I only witnessed Red Shirts in attendence.

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