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Maybe a ban on violent porn would help , though I doubt that could be achieved as there's seems a high demand for it.. Western capitalist culture is inherently violent and no amount of virtue signalling tweets are going to change that. Keep quiet and sit down. Take a look at what Mermaids and Stonewall are 'educating' our kids with , what are the priorities for schools now?

Let the change beings with you. Acknowledge reality and stand for it in your party. Woman: Adult. Meanwhile, your party are encouraging schools to teach children to watch porn aka women being abused. Scottish schools might be too busy upselling Nutella and fresh fruit in Sex Ed. HRH Hyacinth Bucket. And telling them to stay out of our toilets, public showers and all single sex spaces.

They are not wanted! You have the power to do something. Eye on the ball. Perhaps some focus on the education of our kids - proper education not porn, anal sex and trannys.

There are many men who seem unable to hear us when we tell them. So now they helpfully hand out advice. Insulting and patronising as well as irrelevant. Basic Income Is Boooooootiful! It's too late for the SNP to pretend to care about women's safety, privacy, dignity, or rights. How do we tell a legally Self-IDd Tw from a man? Just teaching our sons right from wrong should cover that, it worked for us.

Why should it always be the womans "job" to "protect" themselves. More has to be done. Josie Saunders. Well said Neil. And men have a critical role in this too.

Sophia Smith. You could make a difference here Neil. Lead the way for men to follow eh. First off, I'd say, get the extremists out of politics, they have joined forces with predatory men and are influencing boys still in nursery.

Promote women, our insights have been born from necessity. Neil, a tip. Now GTF and pick up your fat expenses cheque. And yet GRA huh? What's a woman? Yet your party and it's leader effectively tell women to shut up when they voice legitimate concerns about biological males being allowed in their spaces. You're nothing but a hypocrite. A 14 year old boy lured a 7 year old girl away from a playground and sexually assaulted her. Broughty Ferry Scotland Sarah Zeb. Well said.

SNP have radicalised their support. Sarah Regan. Also as if someone is going to elaborately put together a murder and not be able to fake radio-communication with a senior officer.

It's just the version of "should take more care". The other story featured a Samui Brit who said he was threatened with deportation in emails from an island hospital. A year on from the railway crossing collision in Chachoengsao that killed 19 kathin merit makers and there still is no barrier. However, that appeared less important in the story than the headless man haunting the nearby derelict station.

She was confused by the plethora of Post-It notes all over the duplex but it did the trick. In more internet news Thailand got only 36 out of a hundred by Freedom House for net freedom.

Myanmar got 17 and China 10 as Iceland topped the world. It was another week in which the Royal Thai Police tried to look like media rock stars defending the people of the nation against those who might damage her security. But ended up, despite the odd arresting success, looking unfit for any sort of purpose except perhaps directing traffic or helping Khun Yai cross to the Som Tam shop.

Sadder still, this columnist reckons they often believe their own hype failing to appreciate how dim is the view of Somchai and Somrudee in the street who can barely conceal their contempt after Plod passes. The first case was that of a grieving Hungarian widow on Koh Samu i who had been in Thailand a decade and more without extending her tourist visa. Yes, a stupid thing to do but did she deserved to be humiliated alongside three burly Surat Thai immigration officers proudly puffing out their chests?

A story from Naew Na - a media outlet who shamelessly act as the de facto PR arm of the IB - reprinted their standard rhetoric about keeping Thailand safe from criminal foreign elements bent on destroying the nation.

Quite probably this hapless European, caught wandering the beach in despair after her husband passed away a few days prior, brought money into the kingdom and spent it here. Show some humanity please. Yes, immigration are obliged to follow the law - despite so many stories recently to the contrary. But this arrest is just the tip of an iceberg of wasted money, time and resources when officers appear in front of the cameras when they should be out arresting the bad guys. Every week - sometimes twice a week - IB chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang somehow finds time to attend press conferences at Suan Phlu HQ along with other top brass decked out in their finery.

When a Korean on a theft warrant from Seoul is triumphantly nabbed. A short press conference with one minor Pol Col with a nice face giving the salient details would more than suffice.

The second shocker this week were the appalling scenes in Rayong when a murderer was taken on a reenactment to the site where he killed and stole a motorbike from a 23 year old factory lady earlier this month. Yes, the force did a good job to get their man expediently. But he admitted the crime so was there any necessity to use police officers and security personnel for the reenactment.

They completely bungled the event, not appreciating the raw anger of the locals who attempted to lynch the suspect, injuring many police officers in the unseemly melee. The video of the mess was soon on YouTube for the whole world to see the incompetence of the constabulary.

Job done, some might say. Several years ago under the leadership of Gen Chakthip Chaijinda attempts were made to do away with reenactments that the police say are important for making court cases tight but which critics see as unnecessary and self-serving shows. Very few provincial police chiefs listened, reinforcing the view they are, literally, a law unto themselves.

Now is the time for the new chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk to end reenactments by showing that his short arms have a longer reach than his predecessor. But they are akin to public hangings that the Victorians favored. And while the chief is at it, why not stop the nonsense in all those time wasting spectaculars when a ton of ganja and 10 million meth pills are put on display afore beaming major-generals or when war weapons are handled like toys by regional Chiefs and their myriad mob of Indians.

Want to gain the confidence of the public, Khun Plod? Earn it, and stop all this showboating PR for the cameras. Former PM Thaksin Shinawatra is being investigated over the sale of a fleet of Airbus aircraft he approved almost two decades ago. The bloated airline famous for its freebies and turning a blind eye to blatant malfeasance, lost tens of billions of baht over the unnecessary aircraft purchases, planes that flew around the world half empty so that senior executives could take their mia nois for crumpets at Harrods then shopping in New York before getting back to their wives to bank their astronomical salaries.

More of the current crop of politicians masquerading as leaders delighted the forum with their antics. Prayut himself gritted his teeth and denied there was a rift with his right hand wrist-watchman Prawit. Anutin Charnvirakul then denied all knowledge of everything. Fair play, though, to the health minister over the booster jab for those who have had 2 Sinovac.

He managed to keep a straight face. Soon, he hopes, foreigners will be beating a path to Thailand to get CBD oil that they can get cheaper in their own countries. Nothing short of the complete relaxation of ALL laws related to marijuana should be considered. At the moment only the elites who have spas will benefit.

Steal a march on other countries in the region, make recreational use legal, save money on law enforcement and let real cash filter down to the people.

And then Rooster woke up….. Many stories midweek highlighted the ten year visas , tax breaks and benefits being touted for well-heeled foreigners and digital nomads.

Hundreds of comments followed in one of the most read stories of the week. The answer is obviously money. Anyone who has been in Thailand for five minutes will tell you that the root of all evil is poverty…. Apropos, Mrs Rooster was walking round with a smile on her face all week. No, Rooster had not suddenly come over all amorous, she had won 8, baht on the underground lottery. Mum also won. Other whoops of delight from the Ratchayothin Roost were my own as the education authorities announced plans to jab secondary school children with Pfizer in October ahead of schools possibly reopening in November.

My primary kids have been out of the house only for a few months in the last At least they managed to nab a 17 year old female M6 student who robbed a gold shop of , in jeweller y in Nonthaburi. And followed this up with the reason why she needed the money.

Fair play. Many Thais in authority, particularly education, would only admit to something if they had their heads kindly wrapped in several layers of heavy duty RTP plastic. It was a record though my boss is still considering the raise or rise. After I finished the column last Saturday I settled down to enjoy Palace vs Spurs on True when the internet went down.

Cue a mad motorcycle dash to Soi 4 at Nana where I was surprised to see so many people out and less surprised to see small quantities of liquid in shooter glasses being handed out. She went to the same school as two of my nieces and practiced at a tennis club I passed almost every day in my youth. The same could be said of two senior teachers at my international school years ago who did similarly.

One had to tell the students on the Monday that he had walked into a door, the other spent four or five days in Bumrungrad. They learned their lessons. The first was the sight of abandoned taxis being used to grow vegetables. Get thee behind me Covid - Thai nights out in the good old days. Are there more to come?

Then the answer came to me. Nightlife Thai style in the good old days well, well prior to When the most newsworthy virus before Covid was causing concern and anti-condomers risked their lives more than anti-vaxxers. When a ride in a taxi in Bangkok meant haggling rather than turning on the meter.

Firstly a disclaimer, of sorts. This is unashamedly about Bangkok whose name is letters long and whose every syllable is as wonderful as the reality. Still, it was better than Phuket, Chiang Mai or the islands - going out there meant putting on the hotel slippers and ordering a cocoa from room service.

The s were a special time for Bangkok, especially the aficionados of the night. Going out at 11 pm. Nobody in their right mind went out earlier unless to eat at Old Dutch or the guy who ran a Gyros stall at the other end.

The happy hour brigade were not serious players unless still there at 11 and still going strong! Hopping from one bar to another for 40 baht? Maybe stay for a couple if the company was good. We went to the opening night of Tilak in this period. But we rarely stayed in Soi Cowboy all night.

Patpong was a far better place to be, especially late-night. Years later Cowboy got what Nite Owl Trink called an after hours constellation, a disco of sorts at the end of the road. That sometimes drew us back to Sukhumvit Soi Patpong was raunchier; when the interest of the shows waned you could just take tourist friends there to ogle and appear smug when they fancied ladyboys thinking them women.

No night market in those days, of course. He denied the AIDS epidemic - something that ultimately led to his demise. Entry was through the back door, funnily enough, via the toilets. After 2 or 3 am the action inside was incredible.

Only westerners and Thai ladies in those days. The Japanese changed it years later into something else. They would stand by the music machine seemingly their entire lives.

There was no telling who you might meet in the Thermae, a place owned by the police and consequently open to 6 am when even the ladies who tidied up the glasses went home. Monday or Tuesday for many was spent in the clinic of a certain Dr Dickson. Tragically, I discovered Scrabble at the end of the decade and things were never quite the same again. Though I continued to go to the bars it was because I needed a break from word study. The gyrating ladies thought I was ogling them with an inane grin.

The site of the Scala cinema in the Siam Square-ish area has been bought by Central to make a shopping street. I remember taking a date to the Scala to see heart-throb Sinjai Hongtai. It was revealed that Ferrari Joe has a mere million baht in assets and had probably tried to bribe the father of his plastic bag victim with 5 million of that. What with an assistant chief role also given to Big Oud recently, could he be on the move from immigration?

It would certainly be a good time to get out especially with the plethora of damaging corruption cases hitting the IB , not least an audio tape from Songkhla this week that resulted in 30 officers having their voices forensically examined. A station chief was transferred after a member of the public video-ed an underling sleeping on the job and clearly plastered.

A health official blamed the people for not being responsible after lockdown measures were eased. How kind. Jomtien Beach Road collapsed in the rain. How predictable. In tourism news officials in Hua Hin suggested domestic tourism might be better than relying on non-existent foreigners, foreign visitors sailed past the 1, mark in Samui and hotels everywhere continued to close.

Meanwhile the TAT concentrated on attracting Indians. I just hope they stay after their visit and set up some Chicken Tikka stalls in Ratchayothin. Many on the forum continued their wholesale bashing of Indians and everything Chinese.

Please stop. Get a grip - it was one Cambodian. In political news alleged heroin smuggler Thamanat was sacked as deputy agri and co-op minister after he tried to engineer the ouster of Prayut, it was said. Large numbers of stories told us that foreigners would be arriving in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya, to name but three, come October.

Two hipster monks who have been jive talking online got their saffron knuckles rapped for not taking religion seriously enough. Seemed to me that they were trying to engage with a younger audience. Therein lies the problem. According to the elites, the young must be subjugated at all costs lest they damage the status quo.

Posted September 4. Khadee Det "Excellent Cases" is a fair translation started on September 9th and is required Saturday afternoon viewing on Channel 7 for millions including this columnist. With a few tweaks over the years it has essentially followed the same format with the same presenter for 21 years, the wonderfully deadpan Phisit Kiratikankun. It features hapless members of the public who go to the police station with requests well out of the remit of Khun Plod.

All the while there are some great voice overs in the standard slapstick Thai style. Viewers get a chance to win a prize by voting for their best clip of the week. I would thoroughly recommend it for at least two reasons. Try recording it and playing back, maybe with a Thai speaker handy, to learn Thai language. Or just try and figure it out as a window into Thai culture.

This week on our hallowed forum the police continued to play a starring role though thankfully they were far more photogenic and funny in the last seven days than the politicians.

He starred in a video with a superhero introducing a pilot project to make Thailand safer - Smart Safety Zone 4. In a series of segments that would have made the Khadee Det producers proud we were told how from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Pattaya to Phuket, we would now be able to walk the streets safely while Big Brother watched us…. Most people accept we are safer when observed and are prepared to give way to some Orwellian angst.

In the 15 pilot areas in Thailand there will be S. Anyway, it sounds like a good initiative on paper. And the humor of the video and the reporting of it was a welcome break from more serious news. Everyone wondered who was the burly looking guy who robbed a gold shop in Big C in Pak Chong dressed in the unmistakable pink garb of a Food Panda delivery guy.

Pak Chong police made a quick arrest the next day after officers at the nick recognised the gait of the man behind the sunnies and black balaclava. Unfortunately it was one of their own, 25 year old corporal Anucha who readily admitted to stealing the 3. Police in Bang Len were left to pick up the pieces after Thammathat, 25, behind the wheel of an Isuzu, lost control on a bend and hit a wall. His vehicle looked like one that had been crushed in those machines at second-hand yards.

Yet he was perched on the bonnet hood as right as rain. Somehow his mum was on the scene scurrying around collecting the fresh market-bound prawns that had been deposited over half of Nakhon Pathom. Blaming the flute and drums as usual were the entire contents of parliament in the Thai national sport celebrated at least once a year since the year dot - a no confidence debate.

This time Prayut denied wrongdoing in everything pandemic related. Yes, everything was for the benefit of the Thai people, a theme continued by tourism minister Pipat who was wheeled out to burble something about Sandboxes and the day reopening masterplan , something that Prayut is now distancing himself from. Yutthasak at the TAT admitted he was a tad off with his , Phuket visitor prediction there were 26, in the first two months but pointed out that everything would be well once the High Season arrived.

Wisely he declined to feed the press with any more predictions. That was left to the eminently sensible Sittiwat, chief of the Association of Thai Travel Agents , who told them they were all barking up the wrong tourism tree and foreigners would not be returning in any numbers until October NEXT year at the earliest.

Worryingly, one official said it was better to save lives than wait for the results of research. Yes, who needs clinical trials when there are plenty of willing lemmings queuing in their thousands for jabs. A case in point was in Sriracha after the hospital there advertised doses were available and more than 1, came from far and wide.

Truly scary to see such scenes. In other political news Thamanat Prompow denied he was behind a plot to oust Prayut. If that was true he was probably the only member of the House who was. Amid all the to-ing and fro-ing many restrictions in deep red areas were eased. In Bangkok we were suddenly - and quite inexplicably - given back a lot of freedom.

Forget having to be vaccinated, the restaurants were back to what they were like before the latest deadly wave now referred to as both the third and fourth. Rooster dashed out with his chicks to McDonalds on September 1st. Everyone was smiling and practicing their English and handing out two Big Macs for the price of one. The pump attendant asked me in good English where I was from.

I responded and asked him expecting Burma to be the reply. Hopefully such charming and unexpected conversations are set to continue.

Certainly the rhetoric in Thailand is shifting from lockdown to unlock and living with the virus. And with upwards of , people being vaxxed on many days, infections decreasing even if deaths remain similar, there is optimism in the air after a long dark period. Hopefully the Smart Safety Zone cops will be able to find out where it's gone.

Local officials plan to put in some barriers and a tunnel in the meantime. As Mr B. Trink used to eloquently say, any comment about that would be superfluous.

Thankfully after TAT efforts in the sub-continent, Indians would soon be returning to Thailand in the proverbial droves. An Indian in Pathum Thani deserved condemnation, however, after cutting up a compatriot who dobbed him in for overstay. The IB in Surin came under scrutiny after underlings claimed they were forced to transfer Covid allowances into the bank account of a senior officer. Earlier a hospital in Nakhon Sawan said their victim Jirapong had suffocated rather than had an overdose.

The forensic team had clearly seen all those plastic bags on CCTV, too. An interesting story from Daily News featured a reformed drug dealer who got a death sentence commuted to life, got out after nearly 16 years, then turned his life around helping his family and a rescue foundation. A horrible story from Bangkok concerned a Thai wife who jumped to her death with an infant child from the ninth floor of a downtown condo after an argument with her Aussie husband.

Such tragedy is all too easy to envisage for many who have married in Thailand. Sincere condolences to all concerned. In investment news real estate firm Sansiri told us that half of all foreign buyers are Chinese who rent out their properties. They also expect boom times post Covid. Some who have already invested and got burned are foreign customers of a development firm called New Nordic.

The DSI said it is taking up many claims from allegedly ripped-off foreigners in projects throughout the tourism areas of Thailand. Finally have a look at a video of what transpired at a bend in the road in Phan Thai Norasing sub-district of Samut Sakhon. He insisted on being beheaded for the sake of honor even though the king at the time wanted to pardon him.

There is a shrine there in memory of Norasing. Posted August Just when it looked like PM Prayut Chan-ocha might have something to smile about with some pandemic light at the end of the tunnel, that bright beam ahead turned out to be a derailing locomotive heading straight for him. It had just left the 'station' in Nakhon Sawan. Seven years ago some of us half welcomed the coup coming as it did on the back of political instability, fighting and death in the streets and widespread corruption at every level in Thailand.

We even gave some credence to his aim to rid Thailand of corruption in 20 years. But seven years in and the itch is getting worse. Only a fool would suggest otherwise. Prawit had proved a liability after being chronographically challenged. Prayut decided to take on the oversight of the RTP, overlooking that it would be well beyond his order barking capabilities.

Never was this so patently exposed as the case of the murder of a member of the public in custody in Muang Nakhon Sawan police station. But no, they are not allowed to handcuff a man, wrap his head in multiple layers of plastic and kill him in an alleged extortion attempt after finding 3 grams of meth. The man - for want of a better word - who oversaw this particular foray into Thai police brutality and corruption is thankfully in custody.

All chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk could muster was some platitudes about not protecting the guilty, ensuring justice and restoring confidence in the force. Farce more like. Sure there are some decent cops but finding them reminds me of the Thai proverb about searching for a needle in the ocean. Chuvit Kamolvisit - playboy businessman, convicted felon, TV presenter, former politician and fearless elite baiter - went on Facebook live to outline the hopeless state of the RTP.

Specifically he detailed the role that former chief of the Muang Nakhon Sawan police Thitisan Utthanaphon likely played. He noted the celebrity profile that this multi-millionaire cop on a 43, baht salary enjoys.

Noted his ability to be obsequious with his superiors, recognise their place at the trough, dress well and look handsome all the while taking the public for a ride like giving them a jaunt in one his dozens of luxury motors to one of his mansions. Thitisan gave himself up Thursday realizing that the video meant this could not be easily swept under that thickest of shag pile that is the Thai carpet of misdemeanors and malfeasance.

Cue the former Pol Col to take full responsibility, say he was only doing his bit for society and the kids in the war against drugs, put himself at the mercy of the court blah blah blah…. Rooster does have more sympathy with his underlings. As Chuvit said they have got used to the revenue streat of prostitution and gambling now denied them as a result of the pandemic.

They were also caught between a rock and a hard place, hence the video being made public as they probably feared for their lives. But they are grown men too and despite being rozzers should have a vague understanding of the difference between right and wrong. The answer, perhaps, is tied up in a system of incentives for police busts, especially in the lucrative drugs trade, that lies at the heart of police corruption. This may be smoke and mirrors to hide even bigger fish further up the food chain but the fact remains that a system that rewards a poorly trained, top brass heavy bunch of underpaid gold-diggers for making big arrests and grabbing huge sums of money and assets - and sharing it disproportionately with their equally bent underlings - is no way to run a modern day police force.

He started the week looking vulnerable as a probe into his time at the Immigration Bureau two and more years ago looked in the offing. High profile lawyer Archariya Ruangrattanapong petitioned Suwat alleging that BJ had commandeered a staff of 17 cops for his house and that a previous probe was worthless.

By mid week he was featured as a new assistant-commander-in-chief as Prayut shuffled his Deck of Demons at the Commission. Then as reported on Friday, Lo and Behold! Rooster is in fact hopeful that Surachate may at least make a positive start in reform. But even if his nose has not twitched at the truffles of delight in the Thai trough, he has a major job to do.

In Bangkok the met police tried to explain away their heavy handed tactics against the protesters. The scenes of a mob - the RTP - attacking people on motorcycles again went round the world. Who are they trying to kid? While I have often said that many Thais are like children they should baulk at being treated like kids by politicians and the police. Frankly, I fear that we have not seen anything yet with the political unrest and the police stories this week fuelling the fire.

The events of Nakhon Sawan, on the face of it a separate issue, serve to inflame passions more and sooner or later, possibly when the pandemic eases in intensity, more mainstream members of the public may say enough is enough on the streets of Krung Thep.

The pandemic rumbled on with some optimism shown in the numbers of recoveries versus those who have dropped to the dreaded lurgy. More people are being vaccinated now including Mrs Rooster on Wednesday. For some unknown reason only people from the American and European continents and Japan would be eligible in Nonthaburi.

I can only imagine that the governor must have had a romantic letdown in Australia or New Zealand and was taking it out on the antipodeans.

With my luck especially in coming from England, I'd wait for several hours before three came at once. Forgetting the vaccine. The compulsory vaccination of staff and their days repeat ATK testing seems less of a step than the unpleasant spectre of customers having to prove they are double or triple vaxxed just to have a bite to eat.

This will only lead in one direction thanks to corruption and the general propensity of the Thai public to misbehave when it suits them. Expect Thailand to become an absolute hub of fake vaccination certificates.

This has already hit the US and many other places. A bent doctor has also been struck off Stateside for writing out mask wearing exemptions. Just as in Thailand there were many cases of PPE, mask and even alcohol gel corruption at the outset of the pandemic, so was there mischief if not malice aforethought in the production of vaccines in Thailand, their procurement from abroad and whose arms they would end up in first.

Apart from the shenanigans at the nick, the main story this week was the story of a young Thai motorist who got in a right tizzy after an octogenarian in Chiang Mai rapped on his car. He had failed to stop at a Zebra Crossing outside a supermarket. The Thai went after the pensioner all caught on dash cam and leveled him with a cowardly kick to the back. They let bygones be bygones after a hospital bill was paid. The old Aussie was silly in hitting the car - such things can get you shot in Thailand, brother.

And we do all get racked off from time to time, cobber. But the assailant was more out of order than a Thai phone box. Letting the farang side down - at least in the eyes of the locals and authorities on Koh Phangan - were a group of Europeans yoga teachers? Then on Friday as if on cue the whole place flooded and what few hardy souls that are left there were paralyzed Person to remember this week is Jirapong aged He may have been a meth head and a dealer but both he and his family deserved another chance.

I make no excuse for harking back to happier days this week. The phrase is well known as an announcement at stations on the London Underground - something Londoners call the Tube not the Subway. They never did make the platforms - or maybe the trains - the right size meaning passengers need a leap of faith to get on or off! This reminded me of many visits to England with not one but two Thai wives. Full of pride and hope in I went with my first wife and nine month old daughter.

Mrs R1 had managed to get a visa at the British Embassy in Bangkok despite a consular officer - with a German accent no less - who seemed determined to suggest she was a prostitute and keep her out. We had a memorable time in the London suburbs that gave Mrs R1 a greater passion for Fish and Chips than love for her husband. Thereafter we went almost every year with the children until she let me take them by myself as a fear of flying took hold.

Either that or she was glad of the rest. The trips - invariably in July and August for six weeks - gave my first brood a love for England that exceeds my own. In I went with my second Thai wife for the first of three trips in consecutive years. She shared my passion for horse racing and loved our trips to Ascot, Brighton, Lingfield, and the jewel in the racecourse crown, Goodwood where we saw the legendary Frankel. And, as a good Thai, she recalled being legally allowed to bet and all the money she won on Frankie Dettori who became a mutual hero.

She recalled the long walks in pleasant weather that permitted them, to places like Harrods, free museums and Buckingham Palace! Food was top of her list, of course. I kept quiet that they taste better in France. My, how she enjoyed those trips to the cut-price stores in the high street. Similarly she had to be dragged home screaming from the boot fairs where there was always one more bargain to take back to Thailand!

She appreciated my two sisters though as a deeply family oriented Thai she could never understand how for fifty years after a petty disagreement they had not said one word to each other, despite living just a couple of miles apart. Two highlights stayed with her. Just one regret - not being able to see the tennis at Wimbledon.

June was always term time for me. Neither of my wives wanted to live in England full time, which was a bonus for this Thailand lover who was also glad to get back home to Bangkok. I try not to compare where I was born with Thailand too much - at least outside of this column - as it is largely futile. But those holidays during long summer evenings in the fading sun remain the joys of a lifetime and hopefully can be repeated again once this damn pandemic is over.

Rooster laid into Prayuth in a story about his moral philosophy about Thai education. This referred to a disgraceful tale of a couple left begging for a bed at Phrakhanong police station ; hospitals had told them there was no room at the inn. Both these clowns have sought to have amnesty for the decisions of doctors. The RTP admitted Wednesday they were using more rubber bullets, extra tear gas and lashings of water cannon to try and maintain order.

Bungling plod were shown in all their ineptitude in Pranburi where a Maj-Gen in a helicopter forgot about downdraft and demolished a whole bunch of shops and stalls as he arrived on a junket with his lackeys. In tourism news, Chiang Mai joined Pattaya in delaying their reopening while the Kasikorn research center said that , foreign visitors would be the best Thailand could expect until the end of the year.

Also in Pattaya, a Russian was robbed of a 20K gold necklace. In vaccination news one media outlet reported how many foreigners had been jabbed so far with Brits, French and Americans just making the top ten. Many expats on the forum seem to have a great deal of difficulty understanding how many migrants there are in Thailand from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

In Carnage Capers news there was an extraordinary picture of a young man who had woken up to find that he had driven his vehicle into a six wheel truck and killed his three female companions. He was hugging one of their lifeless bodies. In crime news you may have missed, a pregnant woman was killed in Nakhon Sri Thammarat , a nutter tooled up with a shotgun and handgun was chased in Udon Thani and a female gold shop robber in Rayong fled in a car with the loot before crashing into some flowerpots and continuing her getaway on the motorcycle of a person who came to her assistance.

Polls also reared their ugly heads. Super Poll contained such nonsensical suggestions that my editor wisely deleted certain parts. Suan Dusit polls are a tad better but their findings also need to be treated as much with a pinch of salt as a whole pack of Saxa. Just hours before Mrs R was due to get her Astra Zenaca jab, and having booked months ago, it was cancelled. Yes, folks it's not just expats and not just those outside the capital who are having problems.

Finally, no attempt to round up the news this week would be complete without mentioning Afghanistan. How proud I was in when my son aged 16 announced that he wanted to join the British army and go and help that wonderful country. Due to recurring injury it never came to pass and looking back at the last seven days that may have saved him from the emotional turmoil of many veterans who did their best to help a noble people. But for this columnist there have been highly charged and mixed emotions.

Sex and Drugs and Lock and Lol - another crazy week in Thailand lockdown. It was good to see this week that 8, prisoners would be released and have their convictions quashed for having an innocuous cup of tea, something us Brits prize above almost all else. Kratom tea to be precise - the drug is being removed from the narcotics list. The pussy-footing around with marijuana is a case in point. By all means control it - some of the powerful strains available these days need to come with both a government health warning and strict dosage control.

So far in Thailand people are essentially allowed to put unpleasantly tasting hemp leaves on omelets, make noxious green shakes that taste repulsive, all part of a pathetic face saving nod to progress. Bhumjai Thai leader and current health minister Anutin Charvirakul has sold out on his election promises. His wealthy cronies are the only ones who will benefit from allowing plants to be grown that feed into basic oil and extract pharma controlled by him.

But reports suggest users do not really know what they are getting and therein lies the problem rather than the use of the drug itself. If anything it is alcohol in all its forms that needs to be more strictly controlled. The Thai authorities pay lip service to this by coming up with absurd restrictions like 2 pm to 5 pm bans at shops and no alcohol sales at gas stations, restrictions on certain public holidays, blanket bans on advertising.

But not MUCH more sense. At the risk of being accused of imposing my views on others,I would like to see more control of alcohol among the young, more penalties for bar owners who continue to serve people who are drunk, far greater penalties for drunk drivers who kill innocent people, for example. Of course, this is the abuse of the alcohol drug - for a drug is what it is; thankfully most people can control themselves or at least represent no severe danger to others.

But their illicit trade is responsible for diverting billions of baht in resources in a futile attempt to curtail their use. The drugs are flowing into Thailand and thence onto third countries by the billions from meth labs in Myanmar and Laos. The profits are incredible, associated crime immense but most of this stems from their illegality. The trade fills Thais jails far more than Kratom or ganja. No, not that….. The Thai Health Department chief Dr Pheerayuth came up with nine things we need to do to stop Covid spread including wearing a face mask during sex.

Cue Rooster searching for a Catherine Tate video about homosexual Derek who was shocked at suggestions that he had his groceries delivered via this portal. This aspect of the story was not missed on some posters who like yours truly have the benefit of being able to read Thai and understand the true extent that Thais can dip below the belt contrary to their apparent and superficial, conservative social mores!

Before he tore me to pathetic shreds resulting in Rooster smiling inanely pretending to understand but unable to offer another reply! It is a sad fact that even to this day, with my upper intermediate to expert Thai spoken skills, I understand many Thai jokes….. An excellent Netflix documentary about mushrooms is worth looking at in this regard. Psychadelics are now believed to have powerful and beneficial effects on anxiety and alcoholism, to name but two. The advantage over more mainstream pharma is that only two or three hits are needed to effect a lasting cure.

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Credit: Ms. Credit: U. The missile defence system can detect, track and engage unmanned aircraft, cruise missiles, and short-range and tactical ballistic.

The S is able to intercept cruise missiles out to a range of about 40 km due to their low altitude flight paths. It also has the capability to intercept the intermediate-range ballistic missile, not just that the Tiumph system can target aircrafts, UAVs, cruise missiles with equal ease engaging For S, we know exactly what it means. Despite Saudi Arabia claiming a high success rate for the missile system, it discussed obtaining advanced S missile defences from Russia following the Patriot failures.

The deal stipulates that Russia will supply Turkey with four batteries of the Ss, to be maintained by Turkish. Chief among them is the S missile defense system, a widely-touted - though ultimately untested - rival to the U.

It so happens that the majority of experts out of habit that evolved during the Cold War and competition between the S and Patriot continue to compare their distant relatives. But there is more The 9M96E2 is one of the jewels of the S system.

A Patriot missile, instead, depends on radar. The Patriot missile system uses its ground-based radar to find, identify and track the targets. An incoming missile could be 50 miles At that distance, the incoming missile would not even be visible to a human being, much less identifiable.

The ECS uses the illumination signal information along with the radars information on the track of the incoming target and outbound Patriot to steer the Patriot missile. The ECS sends guidance commands to the Patriot missile to adjust its course.

At first, I believed that it was a derivative of the Raytheon Patriot missile system and, although they share the same mission, there are some key differences related to embedded processing that make perfect sense when.

The S Triumph is designed to engage, ECM, radar-picket, director area, reconnaissance, strategic and tactical aircraft, tactical and theatre ballistic missiles, medium-range ballistic missiles and other current and future air attack assets at a maximum. If there is no kill, the Patriot air defense system will have to step in. The attack on the oil facilities in the Saudi districts of Khurais and Abqaiq on Saturday morning appeared to involve cruise missiles and drones that were able to avoid detection by and activation.

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Every week - sometimes twice a week - IB chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang somehow finds time to attend press conferences at Suan Phlu HQ along with other top brass decked out in their finery. When a Korean on a theft warrant from Seoul is triumphantly nabbed. A short press conference with one minor Pol Col with a nice face giving the salient details would more than suffice. The second shocker this week were the appalling scenes in Rayong when a murderer was taken on a reenactment to the site where he killed and stole a motorbike from a 23 year old factory lady earlier this month.

Yes, the force did a good job to get their man expediently. But he admitted the crime so was there any necessity to use police officers and security personnel for the reenactment. They completely bungled the event, not appreciating the raw anger of the locals who attempted to lynch the suspect, injuring many police officers in the unseemly melee. The video of the mess was soon on YouTube for the whole world to see the incompetence of the constabulary. Job done, some might say.

Several years ago under the leadership of Gen Chakthip Chaijinda attempts were made to do away with reenactments that the police say are important for making court cases tight but which critics see as unnecessary and self-serving shows.

Very few provincial police chiefs listened, reinforcing the view they are, literally, a law unto themselves. Now is the time for the new chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk to end reenactments by showing that his short arms have a longer reach than his predecessor.

But they are akin to public hangings that the Victorians favored. And while the chief is at it, why not stop the nonsense in all those time wasting spectaculars when a ton of ganja and 10 million meth pills are put on display afore beaming major-generals or when war weapons are handled like toys by regional Chiefs and their myriad mob of Indians.

Want to gain the confidence of the public, Khun Plod? Earn it, and stop all this showboating PR for the cameras. Former PM Thaksin Shinawatra is being investigated over the sale of a fleet of Airbus aircraft he approved almost two decades ago. The bloated airline famous for its freebies and turning a blind eye to blatant malfeasance, lost tens of billions of baht over the unnecessary aircraft purchases, planes that flew around the world half empty so that senior executives could take their mia nois for crumpets at Harrods then shopping in New York before getting back to their wives to bank their astronomical salaries.

More of the current crop of politicians masquerading as leaders delighted the forum with their antics. Prayut himself gritted his teeth and denied there was a rift with his right hand wrist-watchman Prawit.

Anutin Charnvirakul then denied all knowledge of everything. Fair play, though, to the health minister over the booster jab for those who have had 2 Sinovac. He managed to keep a straight face. Soon, he hopes, foreigners will be beating a path to Thailand to get CBD oil that they can get cheaper in their own countries.

Nothing short of the complete relaxation of ALL laws related to marijuana should be considered. At the moment only the elites who have spas will benefit. Steal a march on other countries in the region, make recreational use legal, save money on law enforcement and let real cash filter down to the people.

And then Rooster woke up….. Many stories midweek highlighted the ten year visas , tax breaks and benefits being touted for well-heeled foreigners and digital nomads.

Hundreds of comments followed in one of the most read stories of the week. The answer is obviously money. Anyone who has been in Thailand for five minutes will tell you that the root of all evil is poverty…. Apropos, Mrs Rooster was walking round with a smile on her face all week. No, Rooster had not suddenly come over all amorous, she had won 8, baht on the underground lottery. Mum also won. Other whoops of delight from the Ratchayothin Roost were my own as the education authorities announced plans to jab secondary school children with Pfizer in October ahead of schools possibly reopening in November.

My primary kids have been out of the house only for a few months in the last At least they managed to nab a 17 year old female M6 student who robbed a gold shop of , in jeweller y in Nonthaburi. And followed this up with the reason why she needed the money. Fair play. Many Thais in authority, particularly education, would only admit to something if they had their heads kindly wrapped in several layers of heavy duty RTP plastic.

It was a record though my boss is still considering the raise or rise. After I finished the column last Saturday I settled down to enjoy Palace vs Spurs on True when the internet went down. Cue a mad motorcycle dash to Soi 4 at Nana where I was surprised to see so many people out and less surprised to see small quantities of liquid in shooter glasses being handed out. She went to the same school as two of my nieces and practiced at a tennis club I passed almost every day in my youth.

The same could be said of two senior teachers at my international school years ago who did similarly. One had to tell the students on the Monday that he had walked into a door, the other spent four or five days in Bumrungrad.

They learned their lessons. The first was the sight of abandoned taxis being used to grow vegetables. Get thee behind me Covid - Thai nights out in the good old days. Are there more to come?

Then the answer came to me. Nightlife Thai style in the good old days well, well prior to When the most newsworthy virus before Covid was causing concern and anti-condomers risked their lives more than anti-vaxxers.

When a ride in a taxi in Bangkok meant haggling rather than turning on the meter. Firstly a disclaimer, of sorts. This is unashamedly about Bangkok whose name is letters long and whose every syllable is as wonderful as the reality. Still, it was better than Phuket, Chiang Mai or the islands - going out there meant putting on the hotel slippers and ordering a cocoa from room service. The s were a special time for Bangkok, especially the aficionados of the night. Going out at 11 pm.

Nobody in their right mind went out earlier unless to eat at Old Dutch or the guy who ran a Gyros stall at the other end. The happy hour brigade were not serious players unless still there at 11 and still going strong!

Hopping from one bar to another for 40 baht? Maybe stay for a couple if the company was good. We went to the opening night of Tilak in this period. But we rarely stayed in Soi Cowboy all night. Patpong was a far better place to be, especially late-night. Years later Cowboy got what Nite Owl Trink called an after hours constellation, a disco of sorts at the end of the road.

That sometimes drew us back to Sukhumvit Soi Patpong was raunchier; when the interest of the shows waned you could just take tourist friends there to ogle and appear smug when they fancied ladyboys thinking them women. No night market in those days, of course. He denied the AIDS epidemic - something that ultimately led to his demise. Entry was through the back door, funnily enough, via the toilets. After 2 or 3 am the action inside was incredible. Only westerners and Thai ladies in those days.

The Japanese changed it years later into something else. They would stand by the music machine seemingly their entire lives. There was no telling who you might meet in the Thermae, a place owned by the police and consequently open to 6 am when even the ladies who tidied up the glasses went home. Monday or Tuesday for many was spent in the clinic of a certain Dr Dickson. Tragically, I discovered Scrabble at the end of the decade and things were never quite the same again.

Though I continued to go to the bars it was because I needed a break from word study. The gyrating ladies thought I was ogling them with an inane grin. The site of the Scala cinema in the Siam Square-ish area has been bought by Central to make a shopping street. I remember taking a date to the Scala to see heart-throb Sinjai Hongtai. It was revealed that Ferrari Joe has a mere million baht in assets and had probably tried to bribe the father of his plastic bag victim with 5 million of that.

What with an assistant chief role also given to Big Oud recently, could he be on the move from immigration? It would certainly be a good time to get out especially with the plethora of damaging corruption cases hitting the IB , not least an audio tape from Songkhla this week that resulted in 30 officers having their voices forensically examined.

A station chief was transferred after a member of the public video-ed an underling sleeping on the job and clearly plastered. A health official blamed the people for not being responsible after lockdown measures were eased. How kind. Jomtien Beach Road collapsed in the rain. How predictable. In tourism news officials in Hua Hin suggested domestic tourism might be better than relying on non-existent foreigners, foreign visitors sailed past the 1, mark in Samui and hotels everywhere continued to close.

Meanwhile the TAT concentrated on attracting Indians. I just hope they stay after their visit and set up some Chicken Tikka stalls in Ratchayothin. Many on the forum continued their wholesale bashing of Indians and everything Chinese.

Please stop. Get a grip - it was one Cambodian. In political news alleged heroin smuggler Thamanat was sacked as deputy agri and co-op minister after he tried to engineer the ouster of Prayut, it was said. Large numbers of stories told us that foreigners would be arriving in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya, to name but three, come October. Two hipster monks who have been jive talking online got their saffron knuckles rapped for not taking religion seriously enough.

Seemed to me that they were trying to engage with a younger audience. Therein lies the problem. According to the elites, the young must be subjugated at all costs lest they damage the status quo. Posted September 4.

Khadee Det "Excellent Cases" is a fair translation started on September 9th and is required Saturday afternoon viewing on Channel 7 for millions including this columnist. With a few tweaks over the years it has essentially followed the same format with the same presenter for 21 years, the wonderfully deadpan Phisit Kiratikankun.

It features hapless members of the public who go to the police station with requests well out of the remit of Khun Plod. All the while there are some great voice overs in the standard slapstick Thai style. Viewers get a chance to win a prize by voting for their best clip of the week. I would thoroughly recommend it for at least two reasons. Try recording it and playing back, maybe with a Thai speaker handy, to learn Thai language.

Or just try and figure it out as a window into Thai culture. This week on our hallowed forum the police continued to play a starring role though thankfully they were far more photogenic and funny in the last seven days than the politicians.

He starred in a video with a superhero introducing a pilot project to make Thailand safer - Smart Safety Zone 4. In a series of segments that would have made the Khadee Det producers proud we were told how from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Pattaya to Phuket, we would now be able to walk the streets safely while Big Brother watched us….

Most people accept we are safer when observed and are prepared to give way to some Orwellian angst. In the 15 pilot areas in Thailand there will be S.

Anyway, it sounds like a good initiative on paper. And the humor of the video and the reporting of it was a welcome break from more serious news. Everyone wondered who was the burly looking guy who robbed a gold shop in Big C in Pak Chong dressed in the unmistakable pink garb of a Food Panda delivery guy. Pak Chong police made a quick arrest the next day after officers at the nick recognised the gait of the man behind the sunnies and black balaclava.

Unfortunately it was one of their own, 25 year old corporal Anucha who readily admitted to stealing the 3. Police in Bang Len were left to pick up the pieces after Thammathat, 25, behind the wheel of an Isuzu, lost control on a bend and hit a wall.

His vehicle looked like one that had been crushed in those machines at second-hand yards. Yet he was perched on the bonnet hood as right as rain. Somehow his mum was on the scene scurrying around collecting the fresh market-bound prawns that had been deposited over half of Nakhon Pathom. Blaming the flute and drums as usual were the entire contents of parliament in the Thai national sport celebrated at least once a year since the year dot - a no confidence debate.

This time Prayut denied wrongdoing in everything pandemic related. Yes, everything was for the benefit of the Thai people, a theme continued by tourism minister Pipat who was wheeled out to burble something about Sandboxes and the day reopening masterplan , something that Prayut is now distancing himself from. Yutthasak at the TAT admitted he was a tad off with his , Phuket visitor prediction there were 26, in the first two months but pointed out that everything would be well once the High Season arrived.

Wisely he declined to feed the press with any more predictions. That was left to the eminently sensible Sittiwat, chief of the Association of Thai Travel Agents , who told them they were all barking up the wrong tourism tree and foreigners would not be returning in any numbers until October NEXT year at the earliest. Worryingly, one official said it was better to save lives than wait for the results of research.

Yes, who needs clinical trials when there are plenty of willing lemmings queuing in their thousands for jabs.

A case in point was in Sriracha after the hospital there advertised doses were available and more than 1, came from far and wide. Truly scary to see such scenes. In other political news Thamanat Prompow denied he was behind a plot to oust Prayut. If that was true he was probably the only member of the House who was.

Amid all the to-ing and fro-ing many restrictions in deep red areas were eased. In Bangkok we were suddenly - and quite inexplicably - given back a lot of freedom. Forget having to be vaccinated, the restaurants were back to what they were like before the latest deadly wave now referred to as both the third and fourth.

Rooster dashed out with his chicks to McDonalds on September 1st. Everyone was smiling and practicing their English and handing out two Big Macs for the price of one. The pump attendant asked me in good English where I was from. I responded and asked him expecting Burma to be the reply. Hopefully such charming and unexpected conversations are set to continue. Certainly the rhetoric in Thailand is shifting from lockdown to unlock and living with the virus. And with upwards of , people being vaxxed on many days, infections decreasing even if deaths remain similar, there is optimism in the air after a long dark period.

Hopefully the Smart Safety Zone cops will be able to find out where it's gone. Local officials plan to put in some barriers and a tunnel in the meantime. As Mr B. Trink used to eloquently say, any comment about that would be superfluous. Thankfully after TAT efforts in the sub-continent, Indians would soon be returning to Thailand in the proverbial droves. An Indian in Pathum Thani deserved condemnation, however, after cutting up a compatriot who dobbed him in for overstay.

The IB in Surin came under scrutiny after underlings claimed they were forced to transfer Covid allowances into the bank account of a senior officer. Earlier a hospital in Nakhon Sawan said their victim Jirapong had suffocated rather than had an overdose. The forensic team had clearly seen all those plastic bags on CCTV, too. An interesting story from Daily News featured a reformed drug dealer who got a death sentence commuted to life, got out after nearly 16 years, then turned his life around helping his family and a rescue foundation.

A horrible story from Bangkok concerned a Thai wife who jumped to her death with an infant child from the ninth floor of a downtown condo after an argument with her Aussie husband. Such tragedy is all too easy to envisage for many who have married in Thailand. Sincere condolences to all concerned. In investment news real estate firm Sansiri told us that half of all foreign buyers are Chinese who rent out their properties.

They also expect boom times post Covid. Some who have already invested and got burned are foreign customers of a development firm called New Nordic. The DSI said it is taking up many claims from allegedly ripped-off foreigners in projects throughout the tourism areas of Thailand. Finally have a look at a video of what transpired at a bend in the road in Phan Thai Norasing sub-district of Samut Sakhon. He insisted on being beheaded for the sake of honor even though the king at the time wanted to pardon him.

There is a shrine there in memory of Norasing. Posted August Just when it looked like PM Prayut Chan-ocha might have something to smile about with some pandemic light at the end of the tunnel, that bright beam ahead turned out to be a derailing locomotive heading straight for him.

It had just left the 'station' in Nakhon Sawan. Seven years ago some of us half welcomed the coup coming as it did on the back of political instability, fighting and death in the streets and widespread corruption at every level in Thailand. We even gave some credence to his aim to rid Thailand of corruption in 20 years. But seven years in and the itch is getting worse.

Only a fool would suggest otherwise. Prawit had proved a liability after being chronographically challenged. Prayut decided to take on the oversight of the RTP, overlooking that it would be well beyond his order barking capabilities. Never was this so patently exposed as the case of the murder of a member of the public in custody in Muang Nakhon Sawan police station. But no, they are not allowed to handcuff a man, wrap his head in multiple layers of plastic and kill him in an alleged extortion attempt after finding 3 grams of meth.

The man - for want of a better word - who oversaw this particular foray into Thai police brutality and corruption is thankfully in custody. All chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk could muster was some platitudes about not protecting the guilty, ensuring justice and restoring confidence in the force. Farce more like. Sure there are some decent cops but finding them reminds me of the Thai proverb about searching for a needle in the ocean. Chuvit Kamolvisit - playboy businessman, convicted felon, TV presenter, former politician and fearless elite baiter - went on Facebook live to outline the hopeless state of the RTP.

Specifically he detailed the role that former chief of the Muang Nakhon Sawan police Thitisan Utthanaphon likely played. He noted the celebrity profile that this multi-millionaire cop on a 43, baht salary enjoys.

Noted his ability to be obsequious with his superiors, recognise their place at the trough, dress well and look handsome all the while taking the public for a ride like giving them a jaunt in one his dozens of luxury motors to one of his mansions.

Thitisan gave himself up Thursday realizing that the video meant this could not be easily swept under that thickest of shag pile that is the Thai carpet of misdemeanors and malfeasance. Cue the former Pol Col to take full responsibility, say he was only doing his bit for society and the kids in the war against drugs, put himself at the mercy of the court blah blah blah….

Rooster does have more sympathy with his underlings. As Chuvit said they have got used to the revenue streat of prostitution and gambling now denied them as a result of the pandemic. They were also caught between a rock and a hard place, hence the video being made public as they probably feared for their lives.

But they are grown men too and despite being rozzers should have a vague understanding of the difference between right and wrong. The answer, perhaps, is tied up in a system of incentives for police busts, especially in the lucrative drugs trade, that lies at the heart of police corruption. This may be smoke and mirrors to hide even bigger fish further up the food chain but the fact remains that a system that rewards a poorly trained, top brass heavy bunch of underpaid gold-diggers for making big arrests and grabbing huge sums of money and assets - and sharing it disproportionately with their equally bent underlings - is no way to run a modern day police force.

He started the week looking vulnerable as a probe into his time at the Immigration Bureau two and more years ago looked in the offing.

High profile lawyer Archariya Ruangrattanapong petitioned Suwat alleging that BJ had commandeered a staff of 17 cops for his house and that a previous probe was worthless.

By mid week he was featured as a new assistant-commander-in-chief as Prayut shuffled his Deck of Demons at the Commission. Then as reported on Friday, Lo and Behold! Rooster is in fact hopeful that Surachate may at least make a positive start in reform. But even if his nose has not twitched at the truffles of delight in the Thai trough, he has a major job to do.

In Bangkok the met police tried to explain away their heavy handed tactics against the protesters. The scenes of a mob - the RTP - attacking people on motorcycles again went round the world. Who are they trying to kid? While I have often said that many Thais are like children they should baulk at being treated like kids by politicians and the police.

Frankly, I fear that we have not seen anything yet with the political unrest and the police stories this week fuelling the fire. The events of Nakhon Sawan, on the face of it a separate issue, serve to inflame passions more and sooner or later, possibly when the pandemic eases in intensity, more mainstream members of the public may say enough is enough on the streets of Krung Thep. The pandemic rumbled on with some optimism shown in the numbers of recoveries versus those who have dropped to the dreaded lurgy.

More people are being vaccinated now including Mrs Rooster on Wednesday. For some unknown reason only people from the American and European continents and Japan would be eligible in Nonthaburi. I can only imagine that the governor must have had a romantic letdown in Australia or New Zealand and was taking it out on the antipodeans.

With my luck especially in coming from England, I'd wait for several hours before three came at once. Forgetting the vaccine. The compulsory vaccination of staff and their days repeat ATK testing seems less of a step than the unpleasant spectre of customers having to prove they are double or triple vaxxed just to have a bite to eat.

This will only lead in one direction thanks to corruption and the general propensity of the Thai public to misbehave when it suits them. Expect Thailand to become an absolute hub of fake vaccination certificates. This has already hit the US and many other places. A bent doctor has also been struck off Stateside for writing out mask wearing exemptions. Just as in Thailand there were many cases of PPE, mask and even alcohol gel corruption at the outset of the pandemic, so was there mischief if not malice aforethought in the production of vaccines in Thailand, their procurement from abroad and whose arms they would end up in first.

Apart from the shenanigans at the nick, the main story this week was the story of a young Thai motorist who got in a right tizzy after an octogenarian in Chiang Mai rapped on his car. He had failed to stop at a Zebra Crossing outside a supermarket. The Thai went after the pensioner all caught on dash cam and leveled him with a cowardly kick to the back. They let bygones be bygones after a hospital bill was paid.

The old Aussie was silly in hitting the car - such things can get you shot in Thailand, brother. And we do all get racked off from time to time, cobber. But the assailant was more out of order than a Thai phone box.

Letting the farang side down - at least in the eyes of the locals and authorities on Koh Phangan - were a group of Europeans yoga teachers? Then on Friday as if on cue the whole place flooded and what few hardy souls that are left there were paralyzed Person to remember this week is Jirapong aged He may have been a meth head and a dealer but both he and his family deserved another chance. I make no excuse for harking back to happier days this week. The phrase is well known as an announcement at stations on the London Underground - something Londoners call the Tube not the Subway.

They never did make the platforms - or maybe the trains - the right size meaning passengers need a leap of faith to get on or off! This reminded me of many visits to England with not one but two Thai wives. Full of pride and hope in I went with my first wife and nine month old daughter. Mrs R1 had managed to get a visa at the British Embassy in Bangkok despite a consular officer - with a German accent no less - who seemed determined to suggest she was a prostitute and keep her out.

We had a memorable time in the London suburbs that gave Mrs R1 a greater passion for Fish and Chips than love for her husband. Thereafter we went almost every year with the children until she let me take them by myself as a fear of flying took hold. Either that or she was glad of the rest. The trips - invariably in July and August for six weeks - gave my first brood a love for England that exceeds my own. In I went with my second Thai wife for the first of three trips in consecutive years.

She shared my passion for horse racing and loved our trips to Ascot, Brighton, Lingfield, and the jewel in the racecourse crown, Goodwood where we saw the legendary Frankel. And, as a good Thai, she recalled being legally allowed to bet and all the money she won on Frankie Dettori who became a mutual hero. She recalled the long walks in pleasant weather that permitted them, to places like Harrods, free museums and Buckingham Palace!

Food was top of her list, of course. I kept quiet that they taste better in France. My, how she enjoyed those trips to the cut-price stores in the high street. Similarly she had to be dragged home screaming from the boot fairs where there was always one more bargain to take back to Thailand!

She appreciated my two sisters though as a deeply family oriented Thai she could never understand how for fifty years after a petty disagreement they had not said one word to each other, despite living just a couple of miles apart. Two highlights stayed with her. Just one regret - not being able to see the tennis at Wimbledon.

June was always term time for me. Neither of my wives wanted to live in England full time, which was a bonus for this Thailand lover who was also glad to get back home to Bangkok. I try not to compare where I was born with Thailand too much - at least outside of this column - as it is largely futile.

But those holidays during long summer evenings in the fading sun remain the joys of a lifetime and hopefully can be repeated again once this damn pandemic is over. Rooster laid into Prayuth in a story about his moral philosophy about Thai education. This referred to a disgraceful tale of a couple left begging for a bed at Phrakhanong police station ; hospitals had told them there was no room at the inn. Both these clowns have sought to have amnesty for the decisions of doctors.

The RTP admitted Wednesday they were using more rubber bullets, extra tear gas and lashings of water cannon to try and maintain order. Bungling plod were shown in all their ineptitude in Pranburi where a Maj-Gen in a helicopter forgot about downdraft and demolished a whole bunch of shops and stalls as he arrived on a junket with his lackeys. In tourism news, Chiang Mai joined Pattaya in delaying their reopening while the Kasikorn research center said that , foreign visitors would be the best Thailand could expect until the end of the year.

Also in Pattaya, a Russian was robbed of a 20K gold necklace. In vaccination news one media outlet reported how many foreigners had been jabbed so far with Brits, French and Americans just making the top ten. Many expats on the forum seem to have a great deal of difficulty understanding how many migrants there are in Thailand from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia. In Carnage Capers news there was an extraordinary picture of a young man who had woken up to find that he had driven his vehicle into a six wheel truck and killed his three female companions.

He was hugging one of their lifeless bodies. In crime news you may have missed, a pregnant woman was killed in Nakhon Sri Thammarat , a nutter tooled up with a shotgun and handgun was chased in Udon Thani and a female gold shop robber in Rayong fled in a car with the loot before crashing into some flowerpots and continuing her getaway on the motorcycle of a person who came to her assistance.

Polls also reared their ugly heads. Super Poll contained such nonsensical suggestions that my editor wisely deleted certain parts. Suan Dusit polls are a tad better but their findings also need to be treated as much with a pinch of salt as a whole pack of Saxa. Just hours before Mrs R was due to get her Astra Zenaca jab, and having booked months ago, it was cancelled. Yes, folks it's not just expats and not just those outside the capital who are having problems.

Finally, no attempt to round up the news this week would be complete without mentioning Afghanistan. How proud I was in when my son aged 16 announced that he wanted to join the British army and go and help that wonderful country. Due to recurring injury it never came to pass and looking back at the last seven days that may have saved him from the emotional turmoil of many veterans who did their best to help a noble people. But for this columnist there have been highly charged and mixed emotions.

Sex and Drugs and Lock and Lol - another crazy week in Thailand lockdown. It was good to see this week that 8, prisoners would be released and have their convictions quashed for having an innocuous cup of tea, something us Brits prize above almost all else. Kratom tea to be precise - the drug is being removed from the narcotics list. The pussy-footing around with marijuana is a case in point. By all means control it - some of the powerful strains available these days need to come with both a government health warning and strict dosage control.

So far in Thailand people are essentially allowed to put unpleasantly tasting hemp leaves on omelets, make noxious green shakes that taste repulsive, all part of a pathetic face saving nod to progress. Bhumjai Thai leader and current health minister Anutin Charvirakul has sold out on his election promises. His wealthy cronies are the only ones who will benefit from allowing plants to be grown that feed into basic oil and extract pharma controlled by him.

But reports suggest users do not really know what they are getting and therein lies the problem rather than the use of the drug itself. If anything it is alcohol in all its forms that needs to be more strictly controlled. The Thai authorities pay lip service to this by coming up with absurd restrictions like 2 pm to 5 pm bans at shops and no alcohol sales at gas stations, restrictions on certain public holidays, blanket bans on advertising. But not MUCH more sense. At the risk of being accused of imposing my views on others,I would like to see more control of alcohol among the young, more penalties for bar owners who continue to serve people who are drunk, far greater penalties for drunk drivers who kill innocent people, for example.

Of course, this is the abuse of the alcohol drug - for a drug is what it is; thankfully most people can control themselves or at least represent no severe danger to others. But their illicit trade is responsible for diverting billions of baht in resources in a futile attempt to curtail their use.

The drugs are flowing into Thailand and thence onto third countries by the billions from meth labs in Myanmar and Laos. The profits are incredible, associated crime immense but most of this stems from their illegality. The trade fills Thais jails far more than Kratom or ganja. No, not that….. The Thai Health Department chief Dr Pheerayuth came up with nine things we need to do to stop Covid spread including wearing a face mask during sex.

Cue Rooster searching for a Catherine Tate video about homosexual Derek who was shocked at suggestions that he had his groceries delivered via this portal. This aspect of the story was not missed on some posters who like yours truly have the benefit of being able to read Thai and understand the true extent that Thais can dip below the belt contrary to their apparent and superficial, conservative social mores!

Before he tore me to pathetic shreds resulting in Rooster smiling inanely pretending to understand but unable to offer another reply! It is a sad fact that even to this day, with my upper intermediate to expert Thai spoken skills, I understand many Thai jokes….. An excellent Netflix documentary about mushrooms is worth looking at in this regard. Psychadelics are now believed to have powerful and beneficial effects on anxiety and alcoholism, to name but two.

The advantage over more mainstream pharma is that only two or three hits are needed to effect a lasting cure.

Just a pity that most of it seems to be emanating from the mouths of the bods at the TAT. The analysis was that 18,13, or 10 million foreigners would, along with domestic tourists, part with 1. I am prepared to eat my Tottenham Hotspur cap should I be proved wrong but I sense that the world will not be ready for mass tourism on that scale next year. So could further waves of virus or shifting patterns of tourist behavior not to mention shifting locations favored by tourists.

On the plus side there must be a huge amount of money available. Contrary to what some doom-and-gloomers online would have us believe, not everyone in Thailand or around the world has lost their job or is preparing to rob 7-Eleven in desperation. People who have kept their jobs have had nothing to spend their money on for the best part of two whole years.

Banks everywhere including in Thailand are reporting increased savings. Admittedly in the accounts of the more well to do than the poor but these are just the people that the TAT - QUALITY tourists they call them - that they are trying to attract with their buzzwords.

Somchai laid off by the factory is not their tourist, neither is the man or woman on the dole in the UK. They mean to tap into the huge reserves of cash held by potential tourists if and when they do decide to travel.

I repeat my assertion that when business does get up and running post-pandemic it will be boomtime. However, looks more of a transitional year to me especially as the Brave New Vaccine World adjusts. ASEAN NOW is as full of it as Facebook with people denigrating certain vaccines citing spurious evidence while praising the efficacy of others spouting nationalistic untruths and prejudice.

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A year on from the railway crossing collision in Chachoengsao that killed 19 kathin merit makers and there still is no barrier. However, that appeared less important in the story than the headless man haunting the nearby derelict station. She was confused by the plethora of Post-It notes all over the duplex but it did the trick.

In more internet news Thailand got only 36 out of a hundred by Freedom House for net freedom. Myanmar got 17 and China 10 as Iceland topped the world. It was another week in which the Royal Thai Police tried to look like media rock stars defending the people of the nation against those who might damage her security.

But ended up, despite the odd arresting success, looking unfit for any sort of purpose except perhaps directing traffic or helping Khun Yai cross to the Som Tam shop.

Sadder still, this columnist reckons they often believe their own hype failing to appreciate how dim is the view of Somchai and Somrudee in the street who can barely conceal their contempt after Plod passes. The first case was that of a grieving Hungarian widow on Koh Samu i who had been in Thailand a decade and more without extending her tourist visa. Yes, a stupid thing to do but did she deserved to be humiliated alongside three burly Surat Thai immigration officers proudly puffing out their chests?

A story from Naew Na - a media outlet who shamelessly act as the de facto PR arm of the IB - reprinted their standard rhetoric about keeping Thailand safe from criminal foreign elements bent on destroying the nation. Quite probably this hapless European, caught wandering the beach in despair after her husband passed away a few days prior, brought money into the kingdom and spent it here.

Show some humanity please. Yes, immigration are obliged to follow the law - despite so many stories recently to the contrary. But this arrest is just the tip of an iceberg of wasted money, time and resources when officers appear in front of the cameras when they should be out arresting the bad guys.

Every week - sometimes twice a week - IB chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang somehow finds time to attend press conferences at Suan Phlu HQ along with other top brass decked out in their finery.

When a Korean on a theft warrant from Seoul is triumphantly nabbed. A short press conference with one minor Pol Col with a nice face giving the salient details would more than suffice. The second shocker this week were the appalling scenes in Rayong when a murderer was taken on a reenactment to the site where he killed and stole a motorbike from a 23 year old factory lady earlier this month. Yes, the force did a good job to get their man expediently.

But he admitted the crime so was there any necessity to use police officers and security personnel for the reenactment.

They completely bungled the event, not appreciating the raw anger of the locals who attempted to lynch the suspect, injuring many police officers in the unseemly melee. The video of the mess was soon on YouTube for the whole world to see the incompetence of the constabulary. Job done, some might say. Several years ago under the leadership of Gen Chakthip Chaijinda attempts were made to do away with reenactments that the police say are important for making court cases tight but which critics see as unnecessary and self-serving shows.

Very few provincial police chiefs listened, reinforcing the view they are, literally, a law unto themselves. Now is the time for the new chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk to end reenactments by showing that his short arms have a longer reach than his predecessor.

But they are akin to public hangings that the Victorians favored. And while the chief is at it, why not stop the nonsense in all those time wasting spectaculars when a ton of ganja and 10 million meth pills are put on display afore beaming major-generals or when war weapons are handled like toys by regional Chiefs and their myriad mob of Indians. Want to gain the confidence of the public, Khun Plod? Earn it, and stop all this showboating PR for the cameras. Former PM Thaksin Shinawatra is being investigated over the sale of a fleet of Airbus aircraft he approved almost two decades ago.

The bloated airline famous for its freebies and turning a blind eye to blatant malfeasance, lost tens of billions of baht over the unnecessary aircraft purchases, planes that flew around the world half empty so that senior executives could take their mia nois for crumpets at Harrods then shopping in New York before getting back to their wives to bank their astronomical salaries.

More of the current crop of politicians masquerading as leaders delighted the forum with their antics. Prayut himself gritted his teeth and denied there was a rift with his right hand wrist-watchman Prawit. Anutin Charnvirakul then denied all knowledge of everything. Fair play, though, to the health minister over the booster jab for those who have had 2 Sinovac. He managed to keep a straight face.

Soon, he hopes, foreigners will be beating a path to Thailand to get CBD oil that they can get cheaper in their own countries. Nothing short of the complete relaxation of ALL laws related to marijuana should be considered. At the moment only the elites who have spas will benefit. Steal a march on other countries in the region, make recreational use legal, save money on law enforcement and let real cash filter down to the people.

And then Rooster woke up….. Many stories midweek highlighted the ten year visas , tax breaks and benefits being touted for well-heeled foreigners and digital nomads. Hundreds of comments followed in one of the most read stories of the week.

The answer is obviously money. Anyone who has been in Thailand for five minutes will tell you that the root of all evil is poverty…. Apropos, Mrs Rooster was walking round with a smile on her face all week. No, Rooster had not suddenly come over all amorous, she had won 8, baht on the underground lottery.

Mum also won. Other whoops of delight from the Ratchayothin Roost were my own as the education authorities announced plans to jab secondary school children with Pfizer in October ahead of schools possibly reopening in November.

My primary kids have been out of the house only for a few months in the last At least they managed to nab a 17 year old female M6 student who robbed a gold shop of , in jeweller y in Nonthaburi. And followed this up with the reason why she needed the money. Fair play. Many Thais in authority, particularly education, would only admit to something if they had their heads kindly wrapped in several layers of heavy duty RTP plastic.

It was a record though my boss is still considering the raise or rise. After I finished the column last Saturday I settled down to enjoy Palace vs Spurs on True when the internet went down.

Cue a mad motorcycle dash to Soi 4 at Nana where I was surprised to see so many people out and less surprised to see small quantities of liquid in shooter glasses being handed out. She went to the same school as two of my nieces and practiced at a tennis club I passed almost every day in my youth. The same could be said of two senior teachers at my international school years ago who did similarly. One had to tell the students on the Monday that he had walked into a door, the other spent four or five days in Bumrungrad.

They learned their lessons. The first was the sight of abandoned taxis being used to grow vegetables. Get thee behind me Covid - Thai nights out in the good old days.

Are there more to come? Then the answer came to me. Nightlife Thai style in the good old days well, well prior to When the most newsworthy virus before Covid was causing concern and anti-condomers risked their lives more than anti-vaxxers.

When a ride in a taxi in Bangkok meant haggling rather than turning on the meter. Firstly a disclaimer, of sorts. This is unashamedly about Bangkok whose name is letters long and whose every syllable is as wonderful as the reality. Still, it was better than Phuket, Chiang Mai or the islands - going out there meant putting on the hotel slippers and ordering a cocoa from room service.

The s were a special time for Bangkok, especially the aficionados of the night. Going out at 11 pm. Nobody in their right mind went out earlier unless to eat at Old Dutch or the guy who ran a Gyros stall at the other end. The happy hour brigade were not serious players unless still there at 11 and still going strong! Hopping from one bar to another for 40 baht? Maybe stay for a couple if the company was good.

We went to the opening night of Tilak in this period. But we rarely stayed in Soi Cowboy all night. Patpong was a far better place to be, especially late-night. Years later Cowboy got what Nite Owl Trink called an after hours constellation, a disco of sorts at the end of the road. That sometimes drew us back to Sukhumvit Soi Patpong was raunchier; when the interest of the shows waned you could just take tourist friends there to ogle and appear smug when they fancied ladyboys thinking them women.

No night market in those days, of course. He denied the AIDS epidemic - something that ultimately led to his demise. Entry was through the back door, funnily enough, via the toilets. After 2 or 3 am the action inside was incredible.

Only westerners and Thai ladies in those days. The Japanese changed it years later into something else. They would stand by the music machine seemingly their entire lives.

There was no telling who you might meet in the Thermae, a place owned by the police and consequently open to 6 am when even the ladies who tidied up the glasses went home. Monday or Tuesday for many was spent in the clinic of a certain Dr Dickson.

Tragically, I discovered Scrabble at the end of the decade and things were never quite the same again. Though I continued to go to the bars it was because I needed a break from word study. The gyrating ladies thought I was ogling them with an inane grin.

The site of the Scala cinema in the Siam Square-ish area has been bought by Central to make a shopping street. I remember taking a date to the Scala to see heart-throb Sinjai Hongtai. It was revealed that Ferrari Joe has a mere million baht in assets and had probably tried to bribe the father of his plastic bag victim with 5 million of that.

What with an assistant chief role also given to Big Oud recently, could he be on the move from immigration? It would certainly be a good time to get out especially with the plethora of damaging corruption cases hitting the IB , not least an audio tape from Songkhla this week that resulted in 30 officers having their voices forensically examined.

A station chief was transferred after a member of the public video-ed an underling sleeping on the job and clearly plastered. A health official blamed the people for not being responsible after lockdown measures were eased. How kind. Jomtien Beach Road collapsed in the rain. How predictable. In tourism news officials in Hua Hin suggested domestic tourism might be better than relying on non-existent foreigners, foreign visitors sailed past the 1, mark in Samui and hotels everywhere continued to close.

Meanwhile the TAT concentrated on attracting Indians. I just hope they stay after their visit and set up some Chicken Tikka stalls in Ratchayothin. Many on the forum continued their wholesale bashing of Indians and everything Chinese. Please stop. Get a grip - it was one Cambodian. In political news alleged heroin smuggler Thamanat was sacked as deputy agri and co-op minister after he tried to engineer the ouster of Prayut, it was said.

Large numbers of stories told us that foreigners would be arriving in Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Pattaya, to name but three, come October. Two hipster monks who have been jive talking online got their saffron knuckles rapped for not taking religion seriously enough. Seemed to me that they were trying to engage with a younger audience. Therein lies the problem. According to the elites, the young must be subjugated at all costs lest they damage the status quo.

Posted September 4. Khadee Det "Excellent Cases" is a fair translation started on September 9th and is required Saturday afternoon viewing on Channel 7 for millions including this columnist. With a few tweaks over the years it has essentially followed the same format with the same presenter for 21 years, the wonderfully deadpan Phisit Kiratikankun.

It features hapless members of the public who go to the police station with requests well out of the remit of Khun Plod. All the while there are some great voice overs in the standard slapstick Thai style. Viewers get a chance to win a prize by voting for their best clip of the week. I would thoroughly recommend it for at least two reasons. Try recording it and playing back, maybe with a Thai speaker handy, to learn Thai language.

Or just try and figure it out as a window into Thai culture. This week on our hallowed forum the police continued to play a starring role though thankfully they were far more photogenic and funny in the last seven days than the politicians. He starred in a video with a superhero introducing a pilot project to make Thailand safer - Smart Safety Zone 4. In a series of segments that would have made the Khadee Det producers proud we were told how from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Pattaya to Phuket, we would now be able to walk the streets safely while Big Brother watched us….

Most people accept we are safer when observed and are prepared to give way to some Orwellian angst. In the 15 pilot areas in Thailand there will be S. Anyway, it sounds like a good initiative on paper. And the humor of the video and the reporting of it was a welcome break from more serious news. Everyone wondered who was the burly looking guy who robbed a gold shop in Big C in Pak Chong dressed in the unmistakable pink garb of a Food Panda delivery guy.

Pak Chong police made a quick arrest the next day after officers at the nick recognised the gait of the man behind the sunnies and black balaclava. Unfortunately it was one of their own, 25 year old corporal Anucha who readily admitted to stealing the 3. Police in Bang Len were left to pick up the pieces after Thammathat, 25, behind the wheel of an Isuzu, lost control on a bend and hit a wall. His vehicle looked like one that had been crushed in those machines at second-hand yards.

Yet he was perched on the bonnet hood as right as rain. Somehow his mum was on the scene scurrying around collecting the fresh market-bound prawns that had been deposited over half of Nakhon Pathom. Blaming the flute and drums as usual were the entire contents of parliament in the Thai national sport celebrated at least once a year since the year dot - a no confidence debate. This time Prayut denied wrongdoing in everything pandemic related.

Yes, everything was for the benefit of the Thai people, a theme continued by tourism minister Pipat who was wheeled out to burble something about Sandboxes and the day reopening masterplan , something that Prayut is now distancing himself from. Yutthasak at the TAT admitted he was a tad off with his , Phuket visitor prediction there were 26, in the first two months but pointed out that everything would be well once the High Season arrived.

Wisely he declined to feed the press with any more predictions. That was left to the eminently sensible Sittiwat, chief of the Association of Thai Travel Agents , who told them they were all barking up the wrong tourism tree and foreigners would not be returning in any numbers until October NEXT year at the earliest.

Worryingly, one official said it was better to save lives than wait for the results of research. Yes, who needs clinical trials when there are plenty of willing lemmings queuing in their thousands for jabs. A case in point was in Sriracha after the hospital there advertised doses were available and more than 1, came from far and wide.

Truly scary to see such scenes. In other political news Thamanat Prompow denied he was behind a plot to oust Prayut. If that was true he was probably the only member of the House who was. Amid all the to-ing and fro-ing many restrictions in deep red areas were eased. In Bangkok we were suddenly - and quite inexplicably - given back a lot of freedom. Forget having to be vaccinated, the restaurants were back to what they were like before the latest deadly wave now referred to as both the third and fourth.

Rooster dashed out with his chicks to McDonalds on September 1st. Everyone was smiling and practicing their English and handing out two Big Macs for the price of one. The pump attendant asked me in good English where I was from. I responded and asked him expecting Burma to be the reply.

Hopefully such charming and unexpected conversations are set to continue. Certainly the rhetoric in Thailand is shifting from lockdown to unlock and living with the virus. And with upwards of , people being vaxxed on many days, infections decreasing even if deaths remain similar, there is optimism in the air after a long dark period. Hopefully the Smart Safety Zone cops will be able to find out where it's gone. Local officials plan to put in some barriers and a tunnel in the meantime.

As Mr B. Trink used to eloquently say, any comment about that would be superfluous. Thankfully after TAT efforts in the sub-continent, Indians would soon be returning to Thailand in the proverbial droves. An Indian in Pathum Thani deserved condemnation, however, after cutting up a compatriot who dobbed him in for overstay. The IB in Surin came under scrutiny after underlings claimed they were forced to transfer Covid allowances into the bank account of a senior officer. Earlier a hospital in Nakhon Sawan said their victim Jirapong had suffocated rather than had an overdose.

The forensic team had clearly seen all those plastic bags on CCTV, too. An interesting story from Daily News featured a reformed drug dealer who got a death sentence commuted to life, got out after nearly 16 years, then turned his life around helping his family and a rescue foundation. A horrible story from Bangkok concerned a Thai wife who jumped to her death with an infant child from the ninth floor of a downtown condo after an argument with her Aussie husband.

Such tragedy is all too easy to envisage for many who have married in Thailand. Sincere condolences to all concerned. In investment news real estate firm Sansiri told us that half of all foreign buyers are Chinese who rent out their properties. They also expect boom times post Covid. Some who have already invested and got burned are foreign customers of a development firm called New Nordic. The DSI said it is taking up many claims from allegedly ripped-off foreigners in projects throughout the tourism areas of Thailand.

Finally have a look at a video of what transpired at a bend in the road in Phan Thai Norasing sub-district of Samut Sakhon.

He insisted on being beheaded for the sake of honor even though the king at the time wanted to pardon him. There is a shrine there in memory of Norasing. Posted August Just when it looked like PM Prayut Chan-ocha might have something to smile about with some pandemic light at the end of the tunnel, that bright beam ahead turned out to be a derailing locomotive heading straight for him.

It had just left the 'station' in Nakhon Sawan. Seven years ago some of us half welcomed the coup coming as it did on the back of political instability, fighting and death in the streets and widespread corruption at every level in Thailand.

We even gave some credence to his aim to rid Thailand of corruption in 20 years. But seven years in and the itch is getting worse. Only a fool would suggest otherwise. Prawit had proved a liability after being chronographically challenged. Prayut decided to take on the oversight of the RTP, overlooking that it would be well beyond his order barking capabilities. Never was this so patently exposed as the case of the murder of a member of the public in custody in Muang Nakhon Sawan police station.

But no, they are not allowed to handcuff a man, wrap his head in multiple layers of plastic and kill him in an alleged extortion attempt after finding 3 grams of meth.

The man - for want of a better word - who oversaw this particular foray into Thai police brutality and corruption is thankfully in custody. All chief Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk could muster was some platitudes about not protecting the guilty, ensuring justice and restoring confidence in the force.

Farce more like. Sure there are some decent cops but finding them reminds me of the Thai proverb about searching for a needle in the ocean. Chuvit Kamolvisit - playboy businessman, convicted felon, TV presenter, former politician and fearless elite baiter - went on Facebook live to outline the hopeless state of the RTP.

Specifically he detailed the role that former chief of the Muang Nakhon Sawan police Thitisan Utthanaphon likely played. He noted the celebrity profile that this multi-millionaire cop on a 43, baht salary enjoys. Noted his ability to be obsequious with his superiors, recognise their place at the trough, dress well and look handsome all the while taking the public for a ride like giving them a jaunt in one his dozens of luxury motors to one of his mansions.

Thitisan gave himself up Thursday realizing that the video meant this could not be easily swept under that thickest of shag pile that is the Thai carpet of misdemeanors and malfeasance.

Cue the former Pol Col to take full responsibility, say he was only doing his bit for society and the kids in the war against drugs, put himself at the mercy of the court blah blah blah…. Rooster does have more sympathy with his underlings. As Chuvit said they have got used to the revenue streat of prostitution and gambling now denied them as a result of the pandemic.

They were also caught between a rock and a hard place, hence the video being made public as they probably feared for their lives. But they are grown men too and despite being rozzers should have a vague understanding of the difference between right and wrong.

The answer, perhaps, is tied up in a system of incentives for police busts, especially in the lucrative drugs trade, that lies at the heart of police corruption.

This may be smoke and mirrors to hide even bigger fish further up the food chain but the fact remains that a system that rewards a poorly trained, top brass heavy bunch of underpaid gold-diggers for making big arrests and grabbing huge sums of money and assets - and sharing it disproportionately with their equally bent underlings - is no way to run a modern day police force.

He started the week looking vulnerable as a probe into his time at the Immigration Bureau two and more years ago looked in the offing. High profile lawyer Archariya Ruangrattanapong petitioned Suwat alleging that BJ had commandeered a staff of 17 cops for his house and that a previous probe was worthless. By mid week he was featured as a new assistant-commander-in-chief as Prayut shuffled his Deck of Demons at the Commission.

Then as reported on Friday, Lo and Behold! Rooster is in fact hopeful that Surachate may at least make a positive start in reform. But even if his nose has not twitched at the truffles of delight in the Thai trough, he has a major job to do.

In Bangkok the met police tried to explain away their heavy handed tactics against the protesters. The scenes of a mob - the RTP - attacking people on motorcycles again went round the world. Who are they trying to kid? While I have often said that many Thais are like children they should baulk at being treated like kids by politicians and the police. Frankly, I fear that we have not seen anything yet with the political unrest and the police stories this week fuelling the fire.

The events of Nakhon Sawan, on the face of it a separate issue, serve to inflame passions more and sooner or later, possibly when the pandemic eases in intensity, more mainstream members of the public may say enough is enough on the streets of Krung Thep.

The pandemic rumbled on with some optimism shown in the numbers of recoveries versus those who have dropped to the dreaded lurgy. More people are being vaccinated now including Mrs Rooster on Wednesday. For some unknown reason only people from the American and European continents and Japan would be eligible in Nonthaburi. I can only imagine that the governor must have had a romantic letdown in Australia or New Zealand and was taking it out on the antipodeans. With my luck especially in coming from England, I'd wait for several hours before three came at once.

Forgetting the vaccine. The compulsory vaccination of staff and their days repeat ATK testing seems less of a step than the unpleasant spectre of customers having to prove they are double or triple vaxxed just to have a bite to eat. This will only lead in one direction thanks to corruption and the general propensity of the Thai public to misbehave when it suits them. Expect Thailand to become an absolute hub of fake vaccination certificates. This has already hit the US and many other places.

A bent doctor has also been struck off Stateside for writing out mask wearing exemptions. Just as in Thailand there were many cases of PPE, mask and even alcohol gel corruption at the outset of the pandemic, so was there mischief if not malice aforethought in the production of vaccines in Thailand, their procurement from abroad and whose arms they would end up in first.

Apart from the shenanigans at the nick, the main story this week was the story of a young Thai motorist who got in a right tizzy after an octogenarian in Chiang Mai rapped on his car. He had failed to stop at a Zebra Crossing outside a supermarket. The Thai went after the pensioner all caught on dash cam and leveled him with a cowardly kick to the back. They let bygones be bygones after a hospital bill was paid.

The old Aussie was silly in hitting the car - such things can get you shot in Thailand, brother. And we do all get racked off from time to time, cobber. But the assailant was more out of order than a Thai phone box. Letting the farang side down - at least in the eyes of the locals and authorities on Koh Phangan - were a group of Europeans yoga teachers?

Then on Friday as if on cue the whole place flooded and what few hardy souls that are left there were paralyzed Person to remember this week is Jirapong aged He may have been a meth head and a dealer but both he and his family deserved another chance. I make no excuse for harking back to happier days this week.

The phrase is well known as an announcement at stations on the London Underground - something Londoners call the Tube not the Subway. They never did make the platforms - or maybe the trains - the right size meaning passengers need a leap of faith to get on or off! This reminded me of many visits to England with not one but two Thai wives. Full of pride and hope in I went with my first wife and nine month old daughter. Mrs R1 had managed to get a visa at the British Embassy in Bangkok despite a consular officer - with a German accent no less - who seemed determined to suggest she was a prostitute and keep her out.

We had a memorable time in the London suburbs that gave Mrs R1 a greater passion for Fish and Chips than love for her husband. Thereafter we went almost every year with the children until she let me take them by myself as a fear of flying took hold.

Either that or she was glad of the rest. The trips - invariably in July and August for six weeks - gave my first brood a love for England that exceeds my own. In I went with my second Thai wife for the first of three trips in consecutive years. She shared my passion for horse racing and loved our trips to Ascot, Brighton, Lingfield, and the jewel in the racecourse crown, Goodwood where we saw the legendary Frankel.

And, as a good Thai, she recalled being legally allowed to bet and all the money she won on Frankie Dettori who became a mutual hero. She recalled the long walks in pleasant weather that permitted them, to places like Harrods, free museums and Buckingham Palace!

Food was top of her list, of course. I kept quiet that they taste better in France. My, how she enjoyed those trips to the cut-price stores in the high street. Similarly she had to be dragged home screaming from the boot fairs where there was always one more bargain to take back to Thailand! She appreciated my two sisters though as a deeply family oriented Thai she could never understand how for fifty years after a petty disagreement they had not said one word to each other, despite living just a couple of miles apart.

Two highlights stayed with her. Just one regret - not being able to see the tennis at Wimbledon. June was always term time for me. Neither of my wives wanted to live in England full time, which was a bonus for this Thailand lover who was also glad to get back home to Bangkok. I try not to compare where I was born with Thailand too much - at least outside of this column - as it is largely futile. But those holidays during long summer evenings in the fading sun remain the joys of a lifetime and hopefully can be repeated again once this damn pandemic is over.

Rooster laid into Prayuth in a story about his moral philosophy about Thai education. This referred to a disgraceful tale of a couple left begging for a bed at Phrakhanong police station ; hospitals had told them there was no room at the inn.

Both these clowns have sought to have amnesty for the decisions of doctors. The RTP admitted Wednesday they were using more rubber bullets, extra tear gas and lashings of water cannon to try and maintain order.

Bungling plod were shown in all their ineptitude in Pranburi where a Maj-Gen in a helicopter forgot about downdraft and demolished a whole bunch of shops and stalls as he arrived on a junket with his lackeys. In tourism news, Chiang Mai joined Pattaya in delaying their reopening while the Kasikorn research center said that , foreign visitors would be the best Thailand could expect until the end of the year.

Also in Pattaya, a Russian was robbed of a 20K gold necklace. In vaccination news one media outlet reported how many foreigners had been jabbed so far with Brits, French and Americans just making the top ten. Many expats on the forum seem to have a great deal of difficulty understanding how many migrants there are in Thailand from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

In Carnage Capers news there was an extraordinary picture of a young man who had woken up to find that he had driven his vehicle into a six wheel truck and killed his three female companions. He was hugging one of their lifeless bodies.

In crime news you may have missed, a pregnant woman was killed in Nakhon Sri Thammarat , a nutter tooled up with a shotgun and handgun was chased in Udon Thani and a female gold shop robber in Rayong fled in a car with the loot before crashing into some flowerpots and continuing her getaway on the motorcycle of a person who came to her assistance.

Polls also reared their ugly heads. Super Poll contained such nonsensical suggestions that my editor wisely deleted certain parts. Suan Dusit polls are a tad better but their findings also need to be treated as much with a pinch of salt as a whole pack of Saxa. Just hours before Mrs R was due to get her Astra Zenaca jab, and having booked months ago, it was cancelled. Yes, folks it's not just expats and not just those outside the capital who are having problems.

Finally, no attempt to round up the news this week would be complete without mentioning Afghanistan. How proud I was in when my son aged 16 announced that he wanted to join the British army and go and help that wonderful country.

Due to recurring injury it never came to pass and looking back at the last seven days that may have saved him from the emotional turmoil of many veterans who did their best to help a noble people. But for this columnist there have been highly charged and mixed emotions. Sex and Drugs and Lock and Lol - another crazy week in Thailand lockdown. It was good to see this week that 8, prisoners would be released and have their convictions quashed for having an innocuous cup of tea, something us Brits prize above almost all else.

Kratom tea to be precise - the drug is being removed from the narcotics list. The pussy-footing around with marijuana is a case in point. By all means control it - some of the powerful strains available these days need to come with both a government health warning and strict dosage control. So far in Thailand people are essentially allowed to put unpleasantly tasting hemp leaves on omelets, make noxious green shakes that taste repulsive, all part of a pathetic face saving nod to progress.

Bhumjai Thai leader and current health minister Anutin Charvirakul has sold out on his election promises. His wealthy cronies are the only ones who will benefit from allowing plants to be grown that feed into basic oil and extract pharma controlled by him.

But reports suggest users do not really know what they are getting and therein lies the problem rather than the use of the drug itself. If anything it is alcohol in all its forms that needs to be more strictly controlled. The Thai authorities pay lip service to this by coming up with absurd restrictions like 2 pm to 5 pm bans at shops and no alcohol sales at gas stations, restrictions on certain public holidays, blanket bans on advertising.

But not MUCH more sense. At the risk of being accused of imposing my views on others,I would like to see more control of alcohol among the young, more penalties for bar owners who continue to serve people who are drunk, far greater penalties for drunk drivers who kill innocent people, for example.

Of course, this is the abuse of the alcohol drug - for a drug is what it is; thankfully most people can control themselves or at least represent no severe danger to others. But their illicit trade is responsible for diverting billions of baht in resources in a futile attempt to curtail their use. The drugs are flowing into Thailand and thence onto third countries by the billions from meth labs in Myanmar and Laos.

The profits are incredible, associated crime immense but most of this stems from their illegality. The trade fills Thais jails far more than Kratom or ganja. No, not that….. The Thai Health Department chief Dr Pheerayuth came up with nine things we need to do to stop Covid spread including wearing a face mask during sex.

Cue Rooster searching for a Catherine Tate video about homosexual Derek who was shocked at suggestions that he had his groceries delivered via this portal. This aspect of the story was not missed on some posters who like yours truly have the benefit of being able to read Thai and understand the true extent that Thais can dip below the belt contrary to their apparent and superficial, conservative social mores!

Before he tore me to pathetic shreds resulting in Rooster smiling inanely pretending to understand but unable to offer another reply! It is a sad fact that even to this day, with my upper intermediate to expert Thai spoken skills, I understand many Thai jokes….. An excellent Netflix documentary about mushrooms is worth looking at in this regard. Psychadelics are now believed to have powerful and beneficial effects on anxiety and alcoholism, to name but two.

The advantage over more mainstream pharma is that only two or three hits are needed to effect a lasting cure. Just a pity that most of it seems to be emanating from the mouths of the bods at the TAT. The analysis was that 18,13, or 10 million foreigners would, along with domestic tourists, part with 1. I am prepared to eat my Tottenham Hotspur cap should I be proved wrong but I sense that the world will not be ready for mass tourism on that scale next year.

So could further waves of virus or shifting patterns of tourist behavior not to mention shifting locations favored by tourists. On the plus side there must be a huge amount of money available. Contrary to what some doom-and-gloomers online would have us believe, not everyone in Thailand or around the world has lost their job or is preparing to rob 7-Eleven in desperation.

People who have kept their jobs have had nothing to spend their money on for the best part of two whole years. Banks everywhere including in Thailand are reporting increased savings.

Admittedly in the accounts of the more well to do than the poor but these are just the people that the TAT - QUALITY tourists they call them - that they are trying to attract with their buzzwords. Somchai laid off by the factory is not their tourist, neither is the man or woman on the dole in the UK. They mean to tap into the huge reserves of cash held by potential tourists if and when they do decide to travel. I repeat my assertion that when business does get up and running post-pandemic it will be boomtime.

However, looks more of a transitional year to me especially as the Brave New Vaccine World adjusts. ASEAN NOW is as full of it as Facebook with people denigrating certain vaccines citing spurious evidence while praising the efficacy of others spouting nationalistic untruths and prejudice.

Having received a dose of AstraZeneca in Thailand I was interested in the comments of government spokeswoman Traisuree who responded to Thai press suggestions that locally produced AZ might not be deemed as good by European governments as that produced elsewhere when it comes to visas and visits. Whether this will be true of everywhere or whether nationally sponsored Vaccine Snobbery becomes engrained remains to be seen, however. In pandemic related stories this week Anutin continued to pluck Pfizer doses from the ether and records were broken almost daily in overall numbers well over 20, now and even deaths mostly around Sanook published a list of ten things everyone should know and Sandbox Schools were even proposed.

These would entail frequent antigen tests for staff and pupils in a bid to get some opened under a pilot scheme. Please do! At the end of the week lawyers for a TV celeb who lost his job armed with a , name petition went to the corruption court in Bangkok to charge Big Too with dishonesty in his handling of the pandemic. Yes, the ever changing nature of the pandemic has made fools of us all at times, but some of those in power have gone further and must be held accountable for their reckless and possibly criminal actions.

Meanwhile, the anti-government protests continued on the streets of my beloved Krung Thep. Tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon were deployed and some protesters threw ping-pong bombs. One 14 year old had his hand half blown off by a powerful firework that some claimed had been pushed down into his hand, a notion strenuously denied by the police.

Parts of the capital resembled warzones with fire and mayhem, though for most of us living in Bangkok you could hear a pin drop. Eggs cost baht a tray and the checkout ladies were standing outside their stations beckoning the few shoppers in.

The run on supplies seemed to be a thing of the past. Down in the resort, as Bernard Trink used to say of Pattaya, the expected pilot reopening on September 1st looks cancelled until next year while the ferry to Hua Hin that never got a chance to become popular is now history. Finally, it was revealed that the chief of the Royal Thai Police general Suwat Chaengyodsuk had assets and savings of million baht despite a current yearly salary of only 1,, baht.

Blimey, I thought, in much of two decades as an international school teacher I earned well in excess of that annually and I saved all I could. Posted August 7. The murder of the Swiss government lady who arrived as a tourist under the Phuket Sandbox scheme could hardly have come at a worse time for Thailand.

There are very few tourists in the country and for one to be murdered - and possibly even raped - in a country desperate for the return of the tourist dollar is simply horrendous. Thailand is already reeling from easily the biggest surge of Covid cases and deaths since the pandemic began.

While visitor numbers in the Sandbox were low at least it was a start offering a ray of hope. If they haven't decided yet about the wisdom of a trip to Thailand, that may be a tipping point. Worrying were statements on many stories that the police were looking at not just criminals but migrants. As in the movie, this can be seen as getting their hands on anyone for the sake of it.

Maintaining face but caring little about justice. On Saturday afternoon, police announced the arrest of a local man, who they say confessed to the murder. While many are almost gloating online at the discomfiture of the Thai authorities and people, Rooster of course welcomes the arrest but hopes the investigation that led to the suspect being apprehended is both thorough and transparent.

Contrary to many claims that the Thai police are bungling and haphazard, when they put their minds to it they often resolve cases well and quickly. Thai PM Prayut - our master who remains in khaki, hollow be thy name - barked his usual orders for a quick arrest like the general he really is.

Big Too had a very bad week. The numbers of infections flew past 20, daily and deaths. The best he and his cronies could do was pluck some figures from the ether for vaccines in the coming weeks and months. They have been doing that since February.

Interestingly, there are now few forum comments about the numbers being falsified. The curmudgeons seem almost satisfied with 20K going on 30K. Yet, in my opinion, while the numbers could probably be trusted last year, this time they are highly misleading. With reasonably cheap test kits available many thousands more are likely infected and resorting to home isolation, something that was introduced like the slow vaccine rollout far too late.

Mor Lab Panda called this an embarrassment in his online comments saying that follow-ups were not being done and people were being left to die. Along with millions of others, this columnist and his family remain in lockdown and only go out for food and essentials. I gave in a little….. I was, however, pleasantly amused by a trip to Home Pro to get a new washing machine. They were all behind protective tape like at a crime scene and I feared Mrs R would have to continue doing things by hand.

He should have checked his watch. Prayut massively overstepped the mark. Yes, false claims about herbal remedies for Covid and damaging anti-vax statements need to be prosecuted. But he was caught out trying to restrict legitimate news stories and criticism of his government and now looks like what Brits call a right muppet.

Step in Capt Thammanat Prompao, the convicted heroin smuggler. The best the new head of the Palang Pracharat party could do was burble fake news when a media outlet suggested he was eying the top job at Government House. Chuwit Kamolvisit - playboy night club owner, politician, outspoken presenter and himself a convicted felon - went on Facebook to say that Thammanat was a quick learner in politics and a shrewd operator. In true Chuwit style he said these were just the qualities needed to be a gangster or a politician!

Foreigners in Bangkok around in the noughties will remember his finger-jabbing election posters claiming that if chosen he will name and shame. Whether Thammanat, the Agricultural and Cooperatives minister, could really make a bid to be PM remains to be seen. Given the rise of some world leaders in recent years Rooster would not be in the least surprised if he succeeded.

If he was being economical with the truth this was the biggest sale since the billions in the rice pledging scandal. Now actually over a thousand after cases in Samut Sakhon. Reports of the unavailability of vaccines outside Bangkok are everywhere, whether it is for Thais lacking and in short supply or foreigners virtually non-existent.

Whether to get involved or not when seeing a crime being committed in Thailand was in the news this week. A Scottish man in Chachoengsao was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the arm by a Thai stealing from a gasoline machine. There are times when it is possible to be a Good Samaritan in Thailand but this was not one of them.

Newbies to Thailand get involved, older hands don't, not least of all because we stick out like sore thumbs. This week featured my once a year trip to see my lovely doctor, delayed since April but unable to be put off any longer. We never had time to discuss the chances of his beloved Manchester City winning the EPL again or indeed, my beloved Harry Kane joining them in that quest!

And the rest - the country looks like it is on enforced holiday at the moment. Much merriment greeted the news that certain sunscreens are being banned in marine parks, a story that made the BBC. The other usual suspects - Thai bashers and people who claim Thais are xenophobic - were out in force saying that foreigners were now being left to get skin cancer.

Give it a rest. I thought that the ban seemed eminently sensible given the evidence and one had already started in Hawaii. The Thais might need to ask the Americans how it can be enforced, however. In other pandemic news down Pattaya way, the authorities in Koh Larn said visitors would need two jabs as well as their passport or Thai ID card to enter.

In Krabi there were dozens of checkpoints even on the smallest interprovincial roads as officials denied there was a baht entrance fee. No, someone had set up a baht antigen test kit facility further down the road so that people would not need to go home!

In Chiang Mai, a British man reckoned he was some kind of Robin Hood after he imported cocaine through his solar cell business and distributed a million baht to kids and Covid poor. Also in Chiang Mai the Chang Pheuak police arrested a bank robber within two hours after he got away with 20, baht from an SCB branch. Unlike at waterfalls, plod had CCTV everywhere and found him at home with some of the loot.

Raising the possibility that Thaksin Shinawatra might be donating vaccines and making a comeback. Posted August 1. Just who is responsible for the most Fake News? Us or them? Firstly, thanks to all the readers who sent their best wishes to Rooster on the occasion of his 60th birthday last Sunday. They brought a tear to my beady eye after Mrs R wheeled me out to the balcony in my bath chair for my afternoon lemon tea PG Tips.

The candle wax was barely congealed on the cut-price birthday cake from the only stall open in Ratchayothin before I kicked up the stand on the cc Honda and headed for my destiny in Chatuchak, a mere 3 kms away. There was a scene I have become accustomed to in yonks in Thailand - haphazard confusion. But there were plenty of people with labels on their chests to ask.

First was a portly plod; Brits of my age were always advised to ask a friendly policeman the way in the days when they used to have a beat rather than just beat people. Then came some form filling and a request for left or right. I thought that meant did I want to go left or right on entry to the cavernous new station. Once inside I found myself rather obtrusively at the front of one of several large columns reminiscent of school days marching. But as is usually the case in Thailand, we muddled through and got it done nevertheless.

I was less of a good boy at school. I hid in the rafters and waited until the coast was clear. For a second trip to India in I decided on a typhoid jab. I had to leave my bar job at the Lazy Toad in Beckenham because my arm hurt so much and retired to bed at 8 pm.

Never mind international travel if and when Scrabble tournaments start up again. Two celebrity commentators and journalists on TV went on Facebook to point at the confusion. Next day after Prayut did some characteristic scrambling, some army pals arrived with pots of white paint to daub some lines and all was solved.

Hapless and increasingly discredited health minister Anutin Charnvirakul opened his ample bouche encore une fois and out came more nonsense. Expats throughout Thailand were reporting on our forums how they had been unable to register or get vaccinated up-country - this prompted many to consider a hazardous but not unreasonable trip to Bangkok.

It should be seen for what it is - an attempt by the government to stifle legitimate news. Sure the news may be unpalatable and may scare the public - for many this is a scary situation. The wording and references to the emergency decree of leave plenty of scope for lovely long jail terms for people the government does not like. He was just drunk.

We are left to ask two salient questions. Who exactly are scared the most - the government or the people? Later Prayut dismissed any vaccine shenanigans and, desperately trying to keep a straight face, said he was concerned about people dying at home. He repeated his mantra about people working together and not dissing him or his wonderful colleagues. They seem to care more for the photo opportunity to make it look as though all the governments and peoples of the globe are in friendly harmony.

That is to say…. Though Rooster believes there are some expats who whinge just because they have nothing better to do and who could get jabbed if they persevered or spoke some Thai, I also accept that many are caught up-country between a rock and a hard place and deserve much greater assistance from their embassies than this public show. A cluster was reported in Chaweng in Samui after a Thai yoga teacher spilled the beans about going to a birthday party at a club on the beach.

Hundreds had to be traced as the district chief struggled to maintain composure with the Samui Plus Model at stake. Then on Friday Komchadluek - never one to be first with the news - quoted tourism minister Pipat as insisting tourism revenue this year will be billion including billion from the three to four million foreigners who will visit in the fourth quarter. The figures whizzed on and past daily 15, infections and deaths headed for The only way seemed up.

And guessing was what Prayut was up to plucking various numbers out of the ether for the weeks when the vaccines would arrive and when everyone could start to get back to normal again. Many are predicting criminal prosecution in the future and already key supporters of the government are distancing themselves.

Politicians need higher powered allies and some are starting to jump ship. His daughter dismissed claims she had dumped him on the Luang Phra while the local authority attempted to get some shine with promises to the family.

Fake news or not, such stories helped to engrain the narrative that the situation in Thailand was spiralling out of control - to the point that people were falling down like flies in the street and - horror of horror - being deserted by their families.

Posted July Lockdown birthday! A trip down memory lane as Rooster gets his bus pass. For those of you who might be of a similar age who fancy a bit of nostalgia or younger ones who might like to learn something about an alternative Thai life, read on!

My dad bought the four bedroom property for 30, quid around after he died in we sold it for , I was the fifth of six kids. We got color in to help take our minds off mum who had just died so tragically young from bowel cancer. My first real strong memory is of England losing to Brazil in Mexico City then watching in horror as a lead against the West Germans ended in a quarter final defeat. The first of many disappointments. There were two memorable days before I was The first was leaving secondary school, a place I loathed.

Despite gardening and decorating jobs at 50p an hour through late childhood, I started my first real job as a cub reporter in Croydon the week after leaving school. On my first day my new colleagues took me for a liquid lunch to the Purley Arms. Despite staggering back into the newsroom my female dragon of a boss who terrified me, sent me off to cover my first Golden Wedding.

One guy bet pounds that his suitcase would get to the carousel first. This was the big leagues. Unfortunately I had no money left to put on my Arc selection Detroit due to that pesky minx in the St Denis shadows. In I quit my job and flew one-way to Delhi on Ariana with a stop in Kabul. Soviet military craft reminded us why Afghanistan was off limits at that time.

Highlights in India were being asked for our autographs at the final cricket test in Kanpur and sampling an aromatic black substance from Manali. My first day in Thailand was in April The rest of the day I can recall in the sharpest detail to this day despite it being a bit of a blur at the time. I came and went to Thailand for the next few years before arriving with 4, Aussie dollars in and making my best ever investment. The American ajarn Mr Brown told us not to try to speak, just listen and soak it up.

I cheated at night with a very helpful Thai lady I met in the street in Soi Sribumphen. I taught myself to read and write Thai with a Linguaphone book and within six months could write a postcard. My visas were renewed either by going to Padang Besar or the Thai embassy in Penang.

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If so, sit down, shut up and check your hypocrisy levels before commenting on the safety of women in the future! It should be in the curriculum, and in the playground, it should not be boys will be boys.

Maybe a ban on violent porn would help , though I doubt that could be achieved as there's seems a high demand for it.. Western capitalist culture is inherently violent and no amount of virtue signalling tweets are going to change that.

Keep quiet and sit down. Take a look at what Mermaids and Stonewall are 'educating' our kids with , what are the priorities for schools now?

Let the change beings with you. Acknowledge reality and stand for it in your party. Woman: Adult. Meanwhile, your party are encouraging schools to teach children to watch porn aka women being abused. Scottish schools might be too busy upselling Nutella and fresh fruit in Sex Ed.

HRH Hyacinth Bucket. And telling them to stay out of our toilets, public showers and all single sex spaces. They are not wanted! You have the power to do something. Eye on the ball. Perhaps some focus on the education of our kids - proper education not porn, anal sex and trannys. There are many men who seem unable to hear us when we tell them. So now they helpfully hand out advice. Insulting and patronising as well as irrelevant.

Basic Income Is Boooooootiful! It's too late for the SNP to pretend to care about women's safety, privacy, dignity, or rights. How do we tell a legally Self-IDd Tw from a man? Just teaching our sons right from wrong should cover that, it worked for us. Why should it always be the womans "job" to "protect" themselves. More has to be done. Josie Saunders. Well said Neil. And men have a critical role in this too. Sophia Smith. You could make a difference here Neil.

Lead the way for men to follow eh. First off, I'd say, get the extremists out of politics, they have joined forces with predatory men and are influencing boys still in nursery. Promote women, our insights have been born from necessity. Neil, a tip. Now GTF and pick up your fat expenses cheque. And yet GRA huh? What's a woman? Yet your party and it's leader effectively tell women to shut up when they voice legitimate concerns about biological males being allowed in their spaces.

You're nothing but a hypocrite. A 14 year old boy lured a 7 year old girl away from a playground and sexually assaulted her. Broughty Ferry Scotland Sarah Zeb. Well said.

SNP have radicalised their support. Sarah Regan. Also as if someone is going to elaborately put together a murder and not be able to fake radio-communication with a senior officer. It's just the version of "should take more care". Geoff Anderson.

You do mean adult human female…right? Billy Grier. What was your vote when the HCB excluded women? Would be nice if for just once a politician didnt use women for political point scoring - cos from where I am standing if you are in the snp and you havent vocalised how going ahead with the gra is harmful to women then you are just virtue signalling - deeds not words. Aminatta Forna. I do it, but yeah - not a single word of advice about how, why etc.

It's a cultural problem. What people dismiss as "woke" is about transforming our culture to be inclusive and egalitarian. It's very sad that such a great point is followed by commentators only wanting to express their transphobic views. I completely agree with you! I wonder what Alex Salmond thinks about this?

U know, your former party leader? U know, not sexualising women? Treating them with respect? If only you were in government. We are doing just that fertileheart. Johnny G. Just imprison those that bully,abuse or assault anyone let alone women, countries soft on crime…. Or is that different? The irony, if only he was wise enough to realise what his party is doing.

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