Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 12, 2010

Demonstrasi ‘Baju Merah’ bermula hari ini…

Anti-government protesters and supporters of former prime minister  Thaksin Shinawatra are dressed in red as they gather at one of their  meeting points in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier  Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new  elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra attend a rally at the Wong Wian Yai in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra attend a  rally at the Wong Wian Yai in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of  ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a  bid to force new elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year  political crisis.

Anti-government protesters and supporters of former prime minister  Thaksin Shinawatra are dressed in red as they gather at one of their  meeting points in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier  Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new  elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Supporters of former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra dance  as they arrive at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Friday, March 12, 2010. The  Thai capital braced for possible violence as anti-government activists  launched Friday what they hope will be one of the country's biggest  protests in an effort to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to call  new elections. The group's last major protest in Bangkok last April  deteriorated into rioting that saw two people killed, more than 120  people injured and buses burned on major thoroughfares. The army was  called in to quash the unrest.

Supporters of former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra dance as they arrive at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Friday, March 12, 2010. The Thai capital braced for possible violence as anti-government activists launched Friday what they hope will be one of the country’s biggest protests in an effort to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to call new elections. The group’s last major protest in Bangkok last April deteriorated into rioting that saw two people killed, more than 120 people injured and buses burned on major thoroughfares. The army was called in to quash the unrest.

Supporters of former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrive  at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Friday, March 12, 2010. The Thai capital  braced for possible violence as anti-government activists launched  Friday what they hope will be one of the country's biggest protests in  an effort to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to call new  elections. The group's last major protest in Bangkok last April  deteriorated into rioting that saw two people killed, more than 120  people injured and buses burned on major thoroughfares. The army was  called in to quash the unrest.

An  anti-government protester holds a portrait of former Prime Minister  Thaksin Shinawatra during a rally at Wong Wian Yai in Bangkok March 12,  2010. Anti-government protesters began gathering in Bangkok on Friday  for what they promise will be a non-violent "million-man  march" in coming days to paralyse Thailand's capital and force the  government to call elections.

An anti-government protester holds a portrait of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra during a rally at Wong Wian Yai in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Anti-government protesters began gathering in Bangkok on Friday for what they promise will be a non-violent “million-man march” in coming days to paralyse Thailand’s capital and force the government to call elections.

Anti-government protesters and supporters of former prime minister  Thaksin Shinawatra are dressed in red as they gather at one of their  meeting points in Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier  Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new  elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Thai soldiers are seen at a checkpoint on a highway at Wang Noi  district in Ayutthaya province, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok March  12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass  rally this weekend in a bid to force new elections, the latest  flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

hai soldiers are seen at a checkpoint on a highway at Wang Noi district in Ayutthaya province, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Thai policemen and soldiers stand guard at a checkpoint on a  highway at Wang Noi district in Ayutthaya province, 80 km (50 miles)  north of Bangkok March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier Thaksin  Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new  elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Thai security personnel in their riot gear are deployed around a  government building in central Bangkok early March 12, 2010. Supporters  of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a  bid to force new elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year  political crisis.

Thai security personnel in their riot gear are deployed around a government building in central Bangkok early March 12, 2010. Supporters of ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra plan a mass rally this weekend in a bid to force new elections, the latest flashpoint in the five-year political crisis.

Supporters of former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra arrive  at Lumpini Park in Bangkok, Friday, March 12, 2010. The Thai capital  braced for possible violence as anti-government activists launched  Friday what they hope will be one of the country's biggest protests in  an effort to force Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva to call new  elections. The group's last major protest in Bangkok last April  deteriorated into rioting that saw two people killed, more than 120  people injured and buses burned on major thoroughfares. The army was  called in to quash the unrest.

50,000 tentera kawal Bangkok


Pihak berkuasa Thailand akan menempatkan 50,000 anggota tentera di jalan-jalan raya di ibu negara ini bermula hari ini, berikutan rancangan kumpulan antikerajaan mengadakan protes besar-besaran yang dikhuatiri akan bertukar menjadi ganas.

Demonstrasi oleh ‘baju merah’, penyokong bekas Perdana Menteri Thaksin Shinawatra akan bermula hari ini, dua minggu selepas mahkamah tertinggi di negara ini menyita aset taikun telekomunikasi itu bernilai AS$1.4 bilion (RM4.7 bilion).

Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Suthep Thaugsuban yang memantau operasi keselamatan tersebut berkata, ‘penempatan sepenuhnya’ akan bermula hari ini, terdiri daripada 30,000 tentera, 10,000 polis dan 10,000 anggota sukarelawan.

“Jika penunjuk perasaan mengganggu pangkalan tentera atau balai polis, kerajaan akan menggunakan pasukan bersenjata untuk mematahkannya dengan segera, dengan menganggap mereka sebagai pengganas,” katanya kepada wartawan.

Kerajaan Thai menguatkuasakan akta keselamatan dalam negeri yang ketat bagi membolehkan pasukan tentera dikerah keluar, melaksanakan perintah berkurung dan mengharamkan perhimpunan.

Tempat pemeriksaan telah ditetapkan di sekitar Bangkok untuk mengesan penunjuk perasaan yang membawa senjata ketika tiba dari wilayah-wilayah yang kebanyakannya dari pedalaman utara negara ini.

Kumpulan baju merah memberitahu mereka menganggarkan lebih 600,000 orang akan menghadiri perhimpunan besar Sabtu ini, tetapi bertegas ia akan dilakukan secara aman.

Kerajaan pula menganggarkan hampir 100,000 yang akan menyertai perhimpunan ini.

Perdana Menteri Abhisit Vejjajiva semalam¬† turut memberi amaran bahawa mungkin akan berlaku ‘sabotaj’, sementara lapangan terbang utama di negara ini memberitahu mereka telah merangka pelan luar jangka sempena perhimpunan besar itu. – AFP

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  1. SALAM SUMERS………

    NENGOK KAT TAJUK TERKEZUT LA ABANG KELABU DOK INGAT PUAK2 JAMBAN DOK EREK PALA LUMBU LAGI. GHUPENYE LAIN PUNYA GENG LA. KALU BAJU MEGHAH TU MEMANG GENG2 JAMBAN KALU KAT MESIA NIH……. TAPI TAK PENAH SEGHAMAI TUH. BIASANYA GENG JAMBAN KAT MESIA NI DEPAN WAT DEMO 10 HINGG 50 EKOQ JE……..LEPAIH TU JEMPUT TV 3SUKU WAT LIPUTAN.

    he he he
    abang kelabu bergurau sambil nasihat

  2. Berlainan dengan demonstrasi di Malaysia. Akhbar perdana UBN tidak akan menganggarkan jumlah besar pendemo yang akan hadir, meskipun setiap kali demonstrasi diadakan oleh penyokong pembangkang, akhbar perdana akan meyiarkan yang demonstrasi bakal diadakan tidak dapat sambutan, padahal mengikut rekod2 terdahulu kehadiran demonstrator menjangkau lebih 50ribu.
    Dan berita UBN akan melaporkan hanya 500 orang saja yang hadir.

    Pembohongan yang tidak selaras ini, dapat juga dilihat oleh rakyat melalui media alternatif.
    Yang peliknya dan menjadi tanda tanya. Kenapa UBN menempatkan anggota keselamatan yang begitu besar, tidak seperti laporan yang mengatakan hanya 500.

    Ini menggambarkan kerajaan Thailand tiada niat menyembunyikan apa yang dihadapi oleh kerajaan, berbanding dengan kerajaan UBN yang sentiasa berbohong.

    Sikap berbohong yang menjadi budaya wajib kerajaan UBN inilah yang membuat rakyat semakin cerdik dan semakin membenci kerajaan.

    Pemimpin UBN tak ubah seperti cerita pemuda gembala kambing dengan harimau. Kerjaan UBN akan dimusnahkan oleh budaya bohongnya sendiri.

  3. Siam macam kita juga ada yang kayu,tau dah peminpin tibai duit negara dok sokong situ pemimpin dok senang lenang raayat………………………

  4. salam
    salam rakyat malaysia

    andaikata apa yang berlaku diatas
    berlaku di tanah melayu
    nescaya bom asap
    akan brterbangan disana-sini
    pasti ramai yang diISAkan
    Tv3 sukusakat seperti biasa
    melancarkan propaganda murahannya
    utusan meloya, berita hairan, kesemo
    muka depan “pembangkang ganas”
    inilah politik amenoo n the gang
    menghuru-harakan keadaan

    say No for amenoo bee end…..


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