Surely a movement run by a man working with foreign interests against his own nation would be considered sedition in every sense of the word. And regardless of how well-intentioned followers of such a movement were, ultimately their efforts would be contributing to a future entirely removed from their genuine ideals of progress and change.
Progress is not only an attractive motivation for political participation, it is a responsibility for those who wish to leave future generations with something more than what they have now. However, danger arises when progress is pursued politically rather than pragmatically, where people, not solutions are hoisted to the pinnacle of our attention and efforts. This is precisely the case unfolding in Thailand, where a man, Thaksin Shinawatra, his party, and his agenda have taken to the driver’s seat of a contrived social movement called the “red shirts” and ultimately threaten the destiny of the very people committed to this hoax.
Thaksin Shinawatra himself was a former adviser to the globalist equity firm, the Carlyle Group, and was literally standing in front of the CFR in NYC on the eve of his ousting from power in 2006. Since then, he has been represented by some of the largest lobbying firms on earth, including fellow Carlyle man James Baker and his Baker Botts law firm, the International Crisis Group’s Kenneth Adelman and his Edelman Public Relations firm (also acorporate sponsor of the “color revolution college” Movements.org), and Belfer Centeradviser and IISS trustee Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers.
Currently, Thaksin is represented by Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Peroff, a major corporate member of the globalist Chatham House. Robert Amsterdam is concurrently defending Thaksin’s “red shirt” street mob as well as the imprisoned Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Khodorkovsky attempted to consolidate and handover Russia’s resources to foreign bankers, most notably Jacob Rothschild who was sitting as a board member within his Soros-style “Open Russia Foundation.”
The Land Destroyer Report, in an effort to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt not only Thaksin’s connections to the global elite, but the nature of these connections, tracked down lobbying registration documents which are required by US law and maintained by the US Senate. The US Senate lobbying disclosure database provides us with irrefutable evidence that Amsterdam & Peroff, Baker Botts, Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and Kobre & Kimhave provided their services to Thaksin Shinawatra since 2006.
Additionally the US Department of Justice’s Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) database discloses Thaksin’s registration under Daniel Edelman of the Edelman PR firm. These organizations and the men behind them are the very war mongers, war profiteers, and soulless corporate entities many progressive activists are fighting against and for good reason. James Baker and the entire Bush cadre are responsible for relentless and unending war for the better part of two decades. Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and more specifically Robert Blackwill, serves as a corporate proxy commandeering legitimate causes such as environmentalism, and via organizations like Harvard’s Belfer Center, pervert them into yet another corporate-financier pyramid scheme.
Edelman as well, is involved in harnessing legitimate concerns, causes, and movements, and redirecting them into profitable campaigns benefiting the globalists’ coffers and agenda. Edelman is a sponsor of the US State Department’s Alliance for Youth Movements, also known as Movements.org. It served as a training platform for the Egyptian April 6 Movement in 2008, who would then train under the US-funded Serbian CANVAS organization before returning to Egypt in 2010 to assist US International Crisis Group stooge Mohammed ElBaradei in overthrowing the Egyptian government. With globalization’s ubiquitous “economic liberalization” and organizations funded by moral degenerate bankster George Soros literally rewriting Egypt’s laws and constitution, we see just how far the real agenda diverges from the ideals of the protesters who brought it to fruition.
So then it is alarming when these nefarious agents of the global corporate-financier elite have now aligned against yet another nation, Thailand. More alarming is how the progressive activists committed to Thaksin and his political party, are seemingly so profoundly ignorant of the nature of the movement they are helping to propel along and the fact that they are indeed handing the corporate elite yet another nation to despoil.
Thaksin’s “Truth Today” talk show logo emblazes many of the shirts worn by the “red shirt” movement. The logo features the images of Thaksin’s long time political associates, Weera Musikapong, Jatuporn Prompan and Nattawut Sai-kua. Those that attempt to claim the “red shirts” are grassroots fail to explain why these three men are definitively the movement’s leadership.
While activists may attempt to portray the “red shirt” movement as a grassroots organization removed from Thaksin, his political lieutenants lead every rally, his image is imposed “Kim-Jong Ill-style” on rally stages, and now even in front of “red villages.” Thaksin himself calls into these rallies on a regular basis and his own sister now leads the party and movement in his place. The ubiquitous red shirts that define the movement generally bear the words “Truth Today” along with the images of 3 of Thaksin’s long-time political associates, Weera Musikapong, Jatuporn Prompan and Nattawut Sai-kua. Activists may also be tempted to brush off Thaksin’s associations with these foreign firms as merely a man seeking harmless lobbying assistance. Reading the documents themselves reveals not only the fact that US policy is being directed against Thailand and its sovereign internal affairs, but Thaksin himself is paying merely a token pittance for these services.