Campaigning not oppressing

5 10 2018

Prior to campaigning internationally and building his profile as a “real leader,” The Dictator has been campaigning in Bangkok.

Honing his populist skills, Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha took the subway and a passenger boat on the Phadung Krungkasem Canal. His minders giggled and explained this was so The Dictator could “get first-hand experience of commuting in the capital.” It was really for the former Army boss and coup leader to be seen as a “politician” with the people rather than a thug repressing and oppressing them.

Declaring “he was not campaigning for votes but had to meet Bangkokians after seeing people in other provinces,” The Dictator campaigned at Lumpini Park (we’ll skip the hia references), Hua Lamphong railway station and several other places, playing at being the people’s politician.

The Dictator was joined by Interior Minister Gen Anupong Paojinda, Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith, Tourism and Sports Minister Weerasak Kowsurat and Bangkok’s junta-appointed governor Pol Gen Aswin Khwanmuang.

He made sure to order various things be done.

He did not sit down in shopping centers or markets to recruit members for his party as he maintains the fiction that he’s not the unofficial boss of the Palang Pracharath Party.



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