Although this blog isn't all about politics, I was on vacation in Thailand for the last 3 weeks and couldn't refrain from blogging about this political issue the Thais have been facing in the most recent 10 years (well, on this particular subject of a specific person). As soon as I got back to Bangkok on Dec 21, I went to a big gathering on Dec 22 where there were several stages around center of Bangkok. The mood was calm, peaceful and friendly. People came from all professions: student, farmer, hi-society folk, TV star, etc. I will let the photos below speak on my behalf. More than any other movement I have seen before, it has become a trend to wear something that convey one's message, e.g. a whistle, wristband, t-shirt, etc.

I must say upfront that I am not supporting any political party, movement nor person. I only believe in the governments that respect the law & court's judgement, someone who pays for their own crime and the society that doesn't hide the truth from its people by bending news.

What about you, where do you stand?

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