Protests against the globalist-backed Shinawatra regime in Thailand are beginning to resemble the backlash witnessed in Egypt within “The Arab Spring.” As Tony Cartalucci has pointed out, violent pro-government protests occurred in Thailand during 2009 and 2010, but were not met with anywhere near the level of police resistance despite murders, looting, arson, and vandalism.
|The US-ASEAN business council – click to enlarge|
Cartalucci explains the origins of the Shinawatra regime, which is dripping with connections and funding from some of the most universally detested corporations on the planet:
Before coming to power in 2001, Thaksin was appointed by the Carlyle Group as an adviser while holding public office, and attempted to use his connections to boost his political image….
In 2004, Thaksin attempted to ramrod through a US-Thailand Free-Trade Agreement (FTA) without parliamentary approval, backed by the US-ASEAN Business Council who just before last year’s 2011 elections that saw Thaksin’s sister Yingluck Shinawatra brought into power, hosted the leaders of Thaksin’s “red shirt” “United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship” (UDD).
The council in 2004 included 3M, war profiteering Bechtel, Boeing, Cargill, Citigroup, General Electric, IBM, the notorious Monsanto, and currently also includes banking houses Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Chevron, Exxon, BP, Glaxo Smith Kline, Merck, Northrop Grumman, Monsanto’s GMO doppelganger Syngenta, as well as Phillip Morris. (Source)
With that kind of roster, it is not difficult to see that more oppression can be expected. For a very general overview of the Shinawatra regime and the ensuing protests, view the short video below.
The significance of what is happening in Thailand is likely to have wide-ranging impact, and is demonstrative of the exact mechanics of how the globalist agenda operates.
To learn more about this case-study in globalist control, please see the extensive documentation provided by Tony Cartalucci at The Alternative Thai News Network in order to understand the history of this conflict, as well as the wider geopolitical significance.
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