Re: Thais a picture a unity, not Malaysians
- From: Choong Keat Yian <sunrock@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2006 17:46:18 +0800
Not impatient, but your nick is misleading and your signature end name is different. Yes at least you get my point thought you have a different mindset in perception but i dont think we are in disagreement when it come to my early post.
Getting impatient, eh? Is that why you top-posted?
terrorism in the south is the making of those muslims, they want to secede, its too common for them as it happen elsewhere if the ruler is not a muslim, you get it?
I get it, but the south is also part of Thailand. You claimed "there
is no social strife." Yes there is!
The current electoral commotion in Thailand is the result of democracy in action,
More like people power, royal intervention, and court action, in that
much like S.Korea where they can drag the president down and for the rest of your knowledge, Malaysian politics is no less corrupt,
I didn't say it was.
the only differences is that we the people seldom took to the streets
And when you do, unless you're supporters of the government or they
want the demonstration, you get hit with water cannons, tear gas,
but the Thais,Indonesian, S.Koreans ,Taiwanese and even Australian do, thats why these countries is more progressive, they do practice their "people's power".
I respect people power, but is that "democracy the way it is
intended"? Seems to me, the most democratic country I can think of is
Switzerland, because so many decisions are taken by referendum.
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