Saturday, October 22, 2016

Thailand: Agitator Humiliates Self Amid Backfiring Provocation

Thais choose highroad, ignore agitator, allowing her to humiliate herself for 15 minutes in public. 

Editor's Note: Chonthicha Jangrew claims this individual is not her, despite her appearance, handwriting, and hair color being identical. The comment she wrote in the memorial book used a term to refer to King Bhumibol Adulyadej only used by either the royal family, or by red shirts to mock the royal family. If this individual was not Jangrew, it was most certainly someone who sought to provoke an incident, but still failed.

Jangrew has threatened to silence anyone speculating she was involved in this incident through legal action, despite she herself and the rest of NDM demanding the government allow them to say what and defame whom they please. It is an added twist of irony no matter who was sitting at that table.

Since we do not have the ID card of the individual who sat at that table, who left without anyone positively identifying her, and the NDM won't own up to it -  we will take the highroad again and change the below article accordingly.


October 22, 216 (Tony Cartalucci - ATN) - The so-called "New Democracy Movement" (NDM), a US-backed group of agitators posing as students and serving as a wing of Thaksin Shinawatra's "red shirts," often denies any association at all with the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD, or red shirts).

Yet when they choose to protest, they often use the color red. And when a woman resembling NDM member Chonthicha Jangrew attempted to mock the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and incite violence, her color of choice was also "coincidentally" red.

However, when she sat down to mock the late King Bhumibol by scribbling in a derogatory name, referring to the King using a term only royalty may use - but that red shirts also use to mock the royal family - no one reacted.

No one reacted.

Thais present, allowed her to carry on, as she intentionally sat at a table provided for a memorial signature book, holding up a line of well-wishers for 15 minutes, as she dressed up her hair, and made sure onlookers realized her bright red dress and behavior was intentionally meant to insult and mock.

The governor of Nonthaburi, where Jangrew's associates study at Thammasat University, even went as far as suggesting it was not Jangrew, but rather a mentally ill woman, in a bid to explain the bizarre, intentionally provocative, but failed protest.

Jangrew and her US-funded backers at Prachatai have also claimed it wasn't her.

They have provided no substantial evidence or explanation as to why someone who looks, writes, and acts like one of their members was carrying out a purposefully provocative protest just as the NDM often does, and their explanations as to who was actually sitting at the table are suspiciously absurd.

Thais Stay Out of the "Red" Gutter 

Regardless, Thais rose above the ugliness of this protest and forced the protester and those malcontents that despise the monarchy to show their true character as well as the futility of their cause. By refusing to react, this protester was forced to show how small, insignificant, and impotent her, her tactics, and ultimately her cause really are. 

Thais who refused to be provoked also forced those like NDM, Prachatai, and the Western media who have been attempting to portray the nation as seized by "witch hunts" to prove once again that their own contribution to Thai society remains solely constant attempts to dishonestly divide and destroy it - not contribute in any constructive way to it.

Conversely, Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej has passed into immortality specifically because of the many real, immeasurable contributions he made in life to the nation of Thailand. His memory and work will outlive Chonthicha Jangrew, the rest of the "New Democracy Movement" as well as their PR machine at US-funded Prachatai and the foreign media who no doubt were eagerly awaiting word that violence took place during this stunt, only to be disappointed by Thai civility, patience, and heart - characteristics they have no interest in reporting to the rest of the world. 

Image: Jonathan Head of the BBC is only interested in portraying Thais in as poor a light as possible, spending the past week recycling 3 incidents from a nation of 70 million people who have otherwise shown immense heart, unity, and resolve amid this sensitive time. Head is also likely uninterested in exposing those who are intentionally attempting to create discord simply for political leverage. 
King Bhumibol Adulyadej is untouchable. Nothing NDM, the UDD, and agitators unleashed by the US State Department can hurt him or his memory. The only people that can do that now are the King's loyal subjects, but only if they betray his example of excellence and heart, and descend into the gutters to fight on the same level as people like Jangrew, the NDM, Prachatai, and their foreign sponsors.

If Thais see any provocations, they must ignore them. If anyone attempts to use violence against such provocateurs, Thais must immediately, urgently stop the violence. Let these ill-intentioned malcontents make fools of themselves. Let them show the vast, vast majority of Thais and the world their true colors - cowardice, dishonesty, malcontent, envy, and regression.

Thais must rise above these people with bravery, honesty, humility, progress, and most importantly, peace. 

For each negative these malcontents commit, Thais must commit to doing twice as many positives. For this woman's "red dress" nastiness, ATN will donate clothes enough to dress several children to a local orphanage, and plant a tree for King Bhumibol Adulyadej. What positive will you do to help offset Jangrew, NDM,  Prachatai and the rest of the malcontents' "ugliness footprint?"