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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

Post by richard » Sat Nov 24, 2012 5:14 pm

Well if it was Clinton then I'd understand.

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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

Post by Pedro C » Wed Nov 28, 2012 5:26 am

Nereus wrote:I just wish that they had a cartoonist like this in Australia. That revolting creature of a PM in Australia makes a complete fool of herself around Obama. There was a good photo example in yesterdays Bangkok Post of her with him in Cambodia. Every time she has been around him she carries on like a bitch in heat! :guns:
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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

Post by PeteC » Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:20 am

These are getting better each day. :laugh:
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Post by buksida » Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:52 am

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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

Post by PeteC » Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:36 pm

Sitting here looking at the stuff relatives are sending my daughter for Christmas, it dawned on me there is a fortune to be made marketing a Yingluck doll. With full range of accessories...Mamba snake, Burberry boots, lizard, croc with shite on head etc. Little girls would idolize her, and parents could stick pins in her! :laugh: Pete :cheers:
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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

Post by buksida » Sat May 04, 2013 1:12 pm

The Shinawatras are at it again ...

Yingluck sues Thai Rath cartoonist for defamation
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's lawyers on Friday seek legal action against Thai Rath cartoonist Chai Rachawat for comparing the premier to a prostitute.

The lawyers filed the complaint against the cartoonist at Dusit police station on Friday afternoon.

Chai, whose real name is Somchai Katanyutanan, posted photos of Yingluck in Mongolia and at a Thai parliamentary meeting and posted the message:

"Please understand that prostitutes are not bad women. Prostitutes only sell their bodies, but a bad woman has been wandering around trying to sell the country."

During her speech at the 7th Ministerial Conference on the International Democracies, Yingluck denounced the 2006 coup and attacked Thailand's independent organisations. She also talked about the suffering her family, the government of her brother, former premier Thaksin Shinawatra, as well as slain red shirts had to endure following the coup and political violence in the country.

PM's Secretary General Suranan Vejjajiva said that while Yingluck was ready to listen to criticism, critics should be careful not to use inappropriate wording.

Suranan said the cartoonist not only insulted the prime minister but through his action was also looking down on women.

Pheu Thai Party female MPs led by Sunee Luangwichit and Yaowanit Piengket held a press conference condemning his action as professionally unscrupulous and unethical.

They called Chai's comment irresponsible and they called for an apology. They would also petition the Thai Journalists Association as well as related agencies to take action.

"Pheu Thai Party Women MPs regard Chai's message as a violation of women’s rights and a insult to women. On one hand, it accuses women of being whores who sell their bodies. Although the message does not refer to a specific person, it reflects the opinion of the author and this is insulting to the female gender. As women and men have equal rights, this kind of comment is very inappropriate and is a serious violation of his professional ethics," they said in the statement.

Source: The Nation
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Re: The Thai cartoon thread

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