Simple red-shirt formular
Thaksin is always equal to Democracy
Abhisit is not any of Thaksin’s puppet
Then Abhisit is not Democracy
So Red-shirt Gangsters became crazy
Furious, angry and low-class Red-shirt Gangsters as same as Thaksin, their father.
More complicated formular
Red-shirt Gangsters = Democratist
PAD = Terrorist
Red-shirt Gangsters likes to hit and kill
PAD likes to dance but hated to be killed
Red-shirt Gangsters fight for Thaksin and Thaksin’s illusion
PAD fight for the kingdom and the king
Red-shirt Gangsters protest by Thaksin’s money
PAD protest by their spirits and their souls
Red-shirt Gangsters are supported by Thaksin’s money
PAD are supported by PAD’s own money
Red-shirt Gangsters are given a way by police to do lots of action
PAD were hit and killed by police
None of Red-shirt Gangsters are killed by M79
Several PAD are killed by M79
Red-shirt Gangster are blinded by love of Thaksin
PAD are powered-up by love of the kingdom and the king
Formular Ideas are from comments in www.manager.co.th and forum.serithai.net
A reporter and several other people were injured when angry red-shirted supporters of former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra threw rocks against vehicles leaving the Parliament compound.
The red-shirted people became angry after Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva was elected the next prime minister.
The protesters blocked the gates of the Parliament for about 30 minutes but were later pushed off by police.
They then waited at a gate and threw rocks at vehicles which were leaving, breaking their windows.
Sitthichai Jaruhiransakul, a reporter of Prachathat, was hit at his nose, causing it to bleed.
Source: Several injured in rock throwing by red-shirted people (The Nation)
Red-shirted people became angry upon learning the result of PM voting and used metal barriers to block the gates of Parliament at 10:40 am, it was reported.
TNN Channel showed pictures of red-shirted people using metal barriers of police to block the gates.
Police were seen looking on idly.
Source: Red-shirted people attempts to block Parliament gates (The Nation)
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