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Friday, September 05, 2008

JUST STEP DOWN

Dear Sir,

I hope you are happy now that our peaceful and beautiful country is in a limbo again. If you are not happy, then step down.

I hope you are proud of the chaos, the deaths, the total mayhem. If not, then step down.

I hope you still have the face to show the International Community after your bad decisions. If you don't have the face any longer, then step down.


Sir, in our culture...when we lose face and dignity, we immediately leave the scene, don't we? Why are you still there?

Step down. We don't need you any longer.


Sincerely,

Pisanu

21 Comments:

Sofia for BiSEAN said...

OMG! He doesn't deserve a space on this blog! HE IS DOWNRIGHT UGLY! Remove his photo at once!

Morgan H. said...

uncool

David said...

lol

Carrie Puyat said...

That reaction from Sofia is absoloutely her. Hahaha! Biseaners, meet you in Cagayan de Oro soon. Best regards.

Sofia for BiSEAN said...

LOL @ Carrie >> Here's what I'm gonna write to him...

Dear Sir,

You are un-fabulously ugly. Thank you for all your services. Now, get away from us please. Thank you.

Luuurrrrvvvv,

Sofia

Morgan H. said...

Yahooo! Yes, Carrie! Cagayan de Oro, Vigan and Ayala Museum here we come!!!!!! Hey love, send me some sweets please. Coconut jam, out of stock. Weehee!

Arianna Lee said...

One of the few post about your own country. Thank you for this post.

What makes you a great blog ambassador of Thailand is NOT talking much about your country which could be interpreted as "self promoting".

But alas, a foreigner (specifically, a Thai) talks dearly of my country.

What a lovely and refreshing approach to a blog.

curbside_puppet said...

just my opinion, why can't the PM get his act together rather than him stepping down? is the situation really that bad?

i know that when your King speaks up about this situation, everything will be calmer. that's what i like about thailand, you have a leader (the king) that everybody looks up to and loves so dearly.

salingPUSA said...

Looks like Sofia hates ugliness.kekeke. Anyways, what is happening in Thailand the way we see it here is not good, not good.....

Carlos Javier said...

Just a humble opinion here, but isn't it a wee bit dangerous to be so frequently changing governments in the manner that the PAD wants?

Yeah, I know Filipinos have the same habit as well, but it really isn't all that healthy for a nation's institutions, IMHO.

Being a parliamentary democracy, one way out may be for His Majesty The King to dissolve The National Assembly and call for fresh elections. Does the Thai Constitution allow that?

TAO said...

I saw the PM on television the other night and I said, "OMG that is one very ugly man...."

I am sorry...but a country with as many beautiful people as Thailand...should be able to find someone to be PM who is a little more representative of the people....

Everytime I see the PM I always think about George Orwell's "Animal Farm"

Gee, and I do not know why? :)

TAO said...

Imagine a country where John McCain and PM Samak were on the same ticket....

Whew! THATS SCARY....

TAO said...

Oh, I forgot...I think before you all keep criticizing PM Samak,

Shouldn't your loyal readers be treated to full size, scantily clad, photos of Pisanu and Sofia to determine if you have the necessary "experience" to determine what is and is not good looking?

Hmm..... :)

Jake Tornado said...

Sigh.

Enjoy CDO, guys. :)

demonicus said...

A house divided against itself cannot stand. It is time to tear down the misbehave one..

Anonymous said...

hurray!

Jake Tornado said...

Rejoice now, people.

The guy's out of office as of press time.

Filipinos are watching Thai politics with keen interest.

:)

demonicus said...

Samak may have stepped down but Thaksin's party is still very much in POWER.. The battle is not yet over.. Sondhi's "new politics" is death to democracy as we know it..

Tommy for BISEAN said...

Demonicus, democracy doesn't only entails full freedom. It also includes self-censure, self-constraint and self-control.

A society with too much democracy has no law.

james said...

is he a good cook? just wandering... cheers...

demonicus said...

I have no quarrel with that but Sondhi's "new politics" actually calls for the limitation of the right of the people to choose their leaders. We've made our mistakes in EDSA 2 and 3 by being impulsive in our decisions and Thailand should be careful not to repeat them.. Read this.. http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/JI09Ae01.html

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