Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 19, 2010

Kesemua Bangunan Penting Di Bangkok Telah Dibakar…

Rescue personnel carry the body of a protester killed during a  crackdown by Thai soldiers on the Red Shirt anti-government protesters'  camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and  told thousands of Red Shirt supporters to end their weeks-long rally  after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least six  people dead.

Rescue personnel carry the body of a protester killed during a crackdown by Thai soldiers on the Red Shirt anti-government protesters’ camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of Red Shirt supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least six people dead.

Red Shirt anti-government protesters are detained bound and  blindfolded by soldiers inside their camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010.  Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of Red Shirt  supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their  fortified encampment left at least six people dead.

Red Shirt anti-government protesters are detained bound and blindfolded by soldiers inside their camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of Red Shirt supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least six people dead.

Red Shirt anti-government protesters are detained bound and  blindfolded by soldiers inside their camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010.  Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt'  supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their  fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

Red Shirt anti-government protesters are detained bound and  blindfolded by soldiers inside their camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010.  Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt'  supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their  fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY19:  A Thai soldier aims his rifle next to  the body of a redshirt protester during an early morning attack on the  red shirt camp May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, At least 5 people are reported  to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in  and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt  leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a  sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time  curfew to be imposed.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY19: A Thai soldier aims his rifle next to the body of a redshirt protester during an early morning attack on the red shirt camp May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, At least 5 people are reported to have died as government forces sought to overrun barricades raised in and around the city centre by anti-government protestors. Red-shirt leaders have now surrendered, ending their blockade in the aftermath of a sixth day of violence, leaving the army in control and a night time curfew to be imposed

A  Thai rescuer stands next to the bodies of two protesters killed during a  crackdown by Thai soldiers on the Red Shirt anti-government protesters'  camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and  told thousands of Red Shirt supporters to end their weeks-long rally  after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five  people dead.

Thai Army soldiers stand outside the town hall in Udon Thani,  Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, following a riot by anti-government  protesters. The attack on the Thai government office came after TV  showed reports of the crackdown on Red Shirt protesters in Bangkok.

Thai Army soldiers stand outside the town hall in Udon Thani, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010, following a riot by anti-government protesters. The attack on the Thai government office came after TV showed reports of the crackdown on Red Shirt protesters in Bangkok.

Smoke rises over buildings in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Four senior  Thai anti-government protest leaders surrendered to police on Wednesday  after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at  least four people, as violence rocked other areas of the city.

Smoke rises over buildings in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Four senior Thai anti-government protest leaders surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, as violence rocked other areas of the city.

The city hall building burns after it was set on fire by  anti-government "red shirt" protesters in Ubon Ratchathani  province, north-east of Bangkok, May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept  Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing  protest leaders to surrender, but sparking clashes that killed at least  four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

The city hall building burns after it was set on fire by anti-government “red shirt” protesters in Ubon Ratchathani province, north-east of Bangkok, May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender, but sparking clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

Central World shopping centre burns after troops evicted  anti-government "red shirt" protesters from Bangkok's shopping  district May 19, 2010. Protesters torched at least 17 buildings,  including the Thai stock exchange and Central World, Southeast Asia's  second-biggest department store complex and operated by Central Pattana.  The store was gutted by fire and looked like it may collapse, said a  Reuters witness.

Central World shopping centre burns after troops evicted anti-government “red shirt” protesters from Bangkok’s shopping district May 19, 2010. Protesters torched at least 17 buildings, including the Thai stock exchange and Central World, Southeast Asia’s second-biggest department store complex and operated by Central Pattana. The store was gutted by fire and looked like it may collapse, said a Reuters witness.

Smoke billows from a commercial area of Bangkok where Red Shirt  demonstrators had their camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai  protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters  to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified  encampment left at least five people dead. Thai fire authorities said  that arsonists have set 20 locations ablaze in Bangkok, including a  massive shopping mall and bank branches.

Smoke billows from a commercial area of Bangkok where Red Shirt  demonstrators had their camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai  protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters  to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified  encampment left at least five people dead. Thai fire authorities said  that arsonists have set 20 locations ablaze in Bangkok, including a  massive shopping mall and bank branches.

Smoke rises at Central World shopping mall that was ransacked and  set on fire during clashes in central Bangkok May 19, 2010. Bangkok's  Central World, Southeast Asia's second-biggest department store, was  destroyed by fire during riots following a crackdown on anti-government  protesters, a Reuters witness said.

Thai soldiers carry a wounded comrade during a crackdown on the Red  Shirt anti-government protesters' camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai  protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of Red Shirt supporters  to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified  encampment left at least six people dead and 58 injured.

A  picture shows the Bangkok stock exchange building on fire after hardline  'Red Shirt' anti-government protesters set it ablaze following their  leaders' surrender in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest  leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters to end  their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified  encampment left at least five people dead.

A picture shows the Bangkok stock exchange building on fire after hardline ‘Red Shirt’ anti-government protesters set it ablaze following their leaders’ surrender in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of ‘Red Shirt’ supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

Thai soldiers walk past the body of a protesters killed during a  crackdown on the Red Shirt anti-government protesters' camp in Bangkok  on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of  Red Shirt supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault  on their fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

A  Thai 'Red Shirt' anti-government protester smashes windows with a hammer  outside the Central World shopping mall after their leaders announce to  the crowd their surrender on the stage inside the protesters' camp in  downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and  told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters to end their weeks-long rally  after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five  people dead.

A Thai ‘Red Shirt’ anti-government protester smashes windows with a hammer outside the Central World shopping mall after their leaders announce to the crowd their surrender on the stage inside the protesters’ camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of ‘Red Shirt’ supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

Red Shirt anti-government protesters are detained by soldiers  inside their camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders  surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters to end their  weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment  left at least five people dead.

A  statue of Buddha and a torn Thai national flag remain in front of  Bangkok's Central World shopping mall, which was gutted by fire after  army soldiers advanced towards an encampment of thousands of  anti-government "red shirt" protesters, May 19, 2010. Rioting  and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest  encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes  that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in northern  Thailand.

A statue of Buddha and a torn Thai national flag remain in front of Bangkok’s Central World shopping mall, which was gutted by fire after army soldiers advanced towards an encampment of thousands of anti-government “red shirt” protesters, May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

An  anti-government "red shirt" supporter surrenders to army  soldiers clearing an encampment of thousands of protesters in Bangkok  May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops  stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but  sparking clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest  in northern Thailand.

An anti-government “red shirt” supporter surrenders to army soldiers clearing an encampment of thousands of protesters in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

Anti-government "red shirt" supporters assist another  "red shirt" who was shot by army soldiers penetrating an  encampment of thousands in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept  Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing  protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least  four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

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Anti-government “red shirt” supporters rescue a fellow “red shirt” who was shot after army soldiers penetrated a barricade where thousands of protesters were encamped in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Rioting and fires swept Bangkok on Wednesday after troops stormed a protest encampment, forcing protest leaders to surrender but sparking clashes that killed at least four people and triggered unrest in northern Thailand.

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hai Red Shirt anti-government protest leaders announce to the crowd their surrender on the stage inside the protesters’ camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of ‘Red Shirt’ supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

Thai Red Shirt anti-government protest leaders walk to the main  stage to announce to the crowd their surrender on the stage inside the  protesters' camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest  leaders surrendered and told thousands of 'Red Shirt' supporters to end  their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified  encampment left at least five people dead.

Thai Red Shirt anti-government protest leaders walk to the main stage to announce to the crowd their surrender on the stage inside the protesters’ camp in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai protest leaders surrendered and told thousands of ‘Red Shirt’ supporters to end their weeks-long rally after an army assault on their fortified encampment left at least five people dead.

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Smoke rises at Central World shopping mall that was ransacked and set on fire during clashes in central Bangkok May 19, 2010. Bangkok’s Central World, Southeast Asia’s second-biggest department store, was destroyed by fire during riots following a crackdown on anti-government protesters, a Reuters witness said.This picture was taken a few minutes ago..9:30PM

Bangkok burns after Thai protest leaders arrested

Downtown Bangkok turned into a flaming battleground Wednesday as an army assault toppled an anti-government group’s leadership, enraging followers who fired grenades and set numerous fires that cloaked the skyline in black smoke.

Using live ammunition, troops dispersed thousands of Red Shirt protesters who had been camped in the capital’s premier shopping and residential district for weeks. Four protesters and an Italian news photographer were killed in the ensuing gunbattles and about 60 wounded.

After Red Shirt leaders gave themselves up to police, rioters set fires at the Stock Exchange, several banks, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Electricity Authority, the Central World, one of Asia’s biggest shopping malls, and a cinema that burned to ground. There were reports of looting.

Thick smoke drifted across the sky of this city of 10 million people. Firefighters retreated after protesters shot guns at them.

The chaos in Bangkok in the wake of the two-month protest will deepen the severe impact dealt to the economy and tourism industry of Thailand, a key U.S. ally and long considered one of the more stable countries in Southeast Asia. The Red Shirts had demanded the ouster of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva’s government, the dissolution of Parliament and new elections.

The government declared an 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew in Bangkok, and said army operations would continue through the night.

“Tonight is going to be another worrisome night,” government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn said.

It also imposed a partial media blackout on local TV stations, saying all of them will have to air government-prepared bulletins.

“They might be able to show their regular news programs. But we are concerned about their live broadcasts from the scenes,” Panitan said. “There will be more (government) programs … to be shown simultaneously by all stations,” he said.

Protesters turned their rage on the local media, which they have accused of pro-government coverage. They attacked the offices of state-run Channel 3, setting fire to cars outside and puncturing water pipes that flooded the building.

“At Channel 3 need urgent help from police, soldiers!!!” tweeted news anchor Patcharasri Benjamasa. “News cars were smashed and they are about to invade the building.”

Hours later its building was on fire. Its executives were evacuated by helicopter and police rescued other staff. The English-language Bangkok Post newspaper evacuated its staff after threats from the Red Shirts. A large office building down the street from the Post was set afire.

Unrest also spread to the rural northeast of the country, where Red Shirts, who claim Abhisit’s government is elitist and oblivious to their plight, retain strong support.

Local media reported protesters set fire to government offices in the city of Udon Thani and vandalized a city hall in Khon Kaen. Udon Thani’s governor asked the military to intervene. TV images also showed troops retreating after being attacked by mobs in Ubon Ratchathani.

Cabinet minister Satit Vongnongteay described the chaos as anticipated “aftershocks.”

“There are violent-prone protesters who remain angry,” Satit told a news conference.

At least 44 people have been killed, most of them civilians, in a week of violence in Bangkok as a military attempt to blockade the protesters — who had camped in the 1-square-mile (3-square-kilometer) Rajprasong district for six weeks — instead touched off street fighting, with soldiers firing on protesters who fought back mostly with homemade weapons.

The final crackdown began soon after dawn Wednesday, as hundreds of troops armed with M-16s converged on the Red Shirt base in Rajprasong, where high-end malls and hotels have been shuttered by the prolonged protest.

Armored vehicles crashed through barricades of piled tires and bamboo stakes, then soldiers gradually moved toward the protesters’ hub, opening fire and drawing return fire from militant Red Shirts, Associated Press journalists saw.

Bullets flew overhead and several grenades exploded near the soldiers, forcing them to pull back and take cover briefly before pushing forward. A Canadian freelance reporter was injured by grenade shrapnel. Two other journalists were wounded earlier, one Dutch man and an American documentary filmmaker. An Italian photographer was killed.

With no hope of resisting the military’s advance, seven top Red Shirt leaders turned themselves in on Wednesday afternoon, saying they cannot see their supporters — women and children among them — being killed anymore.

“Brothers and sisters, I’m sorry I cannot see you off the way I welcomed you all when you arrived here. But please be assured that our hearts will always be with you,” Nattawut Saikua, a key leader, said as he was being arrested.

“Please return home,” he said.

By mid-afternoon, the army announced it had gained control of the protest zone and the operations had ended — nine hours after troops launched the pre-dawn assault.

“Police officers and soldiers have now stopped their operation,” army spokesman Col. Sansern Kawekamnerd said.AP

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I hope my family and friends will be safe in Thailand threw these difficult times…


Responses

  1. Salam…

    jika dulu
    ramai org Islam Pattani
    dibunuh oleh tentera Thai
    kini org thai buddha pula
    dibunuh oleh tentera mereka sendiri

    Allah itu Maha Berkuasa….

    • Salam Gubiq Kedahlagutu.

      Tang ni, hang nampak cerdik sikit.
      Sebab hang tak kutuk.
      Bahasa hang pon baik.
      Lagu tu la.

      Sekadaq jangan dok lagu tu.

  2. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.

    Apa yang berlaku di Bangkok ada kerana.
    Thaksin Shinawatra.

    Bukan pasai demokrasi.
    Bukan pasai petani.

    Sekadaq ramai kurang membaca.
    Lagu lah jadinya.

    • Salam for BT..

      terima kasih la
      sebab ingatkan kita
      supaya banyak membaca
      memang kita suka membaca
      yang baik2 pon kita baca
      yang kurang baik2 pon kita baca
      kita baca semua….

      tapi kita sedih
      sedih sebab hang
      dok lagutu
      lagutu jugak

      kalau komen
      yang orang komen
      hang memang pandai putaq
      tapi komen hang
      dok lagutu
      lagutu jugak
      bo isi
      bo idea
      bo liauw

      hang kena ingat tu…..

  3. Waalaikumsalam!..

    yb bt down syndro yang banyak kena baca.

    Cuba yb bt bukak tajuk ni yang diN3
    pada 16 Mei 2010.

    Angka korban meningkat kepada 23 orang dalam tempoh dua hari…

    Nak kucing copy balik kat sini ke…?
    Pada hari tu Yb bt tak N3…
    Yb bt tertinggal bas…….

    • Assalamualaikum tuan

      BT setakat boleh baca dan faham makluman dari Utusan Meloya dan Berita Hairan jugak TV 3suku saja serta bahan2 bacaan bertaraf TADIKA. Kalo dia baca bahan2 lain, dia tak akan faham pon, tak payah kita rujuk apa-apa pon kat dia, dah “down syndrome” nak buat macam mana. Biaq pi la kat dia…. mudah-mudahan tahun depan dia boleh naik darjah 1Malaysia…..

      dia bukan saja tertinggal bas, orang jalan kaki pon tinggalkan dia sebab lembab sangat, lebih slow dari kura-kura…..

  4. Salam Keliwon..

    kesian dak tadika tu
    dia budak lagi
    tak baliaq lagi..

    yang dia tau
    dok gi dok gi

    kesian kat dia….🙂

  5. stupid thai red shirt . thanskin is filty rich and you are dam poor and he is f… enjoing himself and you red shirt roam and cause trouble in the street of bangkok .

  6. Salam,

    Ghasa2 la penyakit ni boleh mai merebak ke m’sia.
    Jenih ketegaq bijik kigha depa saja boleh perintah walaupon dah kalah.Apa yg kita npk takat ni masa pru12 tempoh hari.Masa tu 5 state saja tolongi ma.
    Kalau semua tolongi standby lah kita.Tera tang Sibu ramai dah tjk. penyakit gila babi.

    YG NI BUKU TAK PAYAH BACA.HANYA MINDA YG BERFUNGSI SAJA.YG JUMUD NO GO NO GI NO GIGI BAGI BUDAK YG TERLEBIH TUA.expired

  7. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.
    Salam lima3sukusakat.
    great chief.
    nasik kandaq.
    Kucing Kota.
    Gubiq.
    KeLiWoN
    Yang semuanya tak suka membaca.

    Nak cerita mai, kat hangpa lah.
    Lain kali, kalau nak komen.
    Kena baca lah.
    Kena cari Thaksin.
    Kena cari Bangkok Breaking News.
    Kat google.
    Bacalah.
    Kalau asyik baca Harakah, tak jadi.
    Kalau dok dengaq ceramah Ustaz Azizan/TGNA.
    Pon tak jadi.
    Kena baca jugak tulisan orang.
    Baru otak mengembang.
    Ni, otak dok kecut sahaja.

    Sekadaq jangan kecut macam Kucing Kota.
    Cukuplah.


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