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Anti-government protesters in Bangkok said they would not negotiate an end to violence in the Thai capital after savage clashes between activists and soldiers killed at least 18 people and injured more than 800 overnight.
Earlier today thousands of Red Shirt protesters swarmed back into an area that had briefly been taken by government forces last night. Bullet casings, rocks and pools of blood littered the streets as protesters showed off a pile of weapons captured from the troops, including rifles and heavy calibre machine-gun rounds.
“There is no more negotiation. Red Shirts will
Originally posted by ironfalcon
If the Red Shirts are hell-bent on destabilizing the Kingdom of Thailand, then the police and military have the right and the duty to suppress these riotous demonstrators.
Originally posted by JanusFIN
reply to post by SPACEYstranger
Those who have been paid act as demonstrators are working there. 30 000 people in 10 million people Bangkok, all of them paid to come there from north... You just cant compare Thai political movements to west.