One night/day in Bangkok…

7 04 2020

One night in Bangkok – well some of two nights and a day – was all King Vajiralongkorn could spare as it appears (still to be confirmed) that he nipped back to Zurich and, presumably, the harem.

Time flies doesn’t seem a minute
Since the Bavarian spa had the king and his girls in it

In the first addition to The Nation’s Royal News in over two months, it is reported that a “[r]oyal ceremony marking Chakri Day, …[had] King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida pa[ying] their respects to the King Rama I statue on Monday (April 6) near the Saphan Phuttayotfa or Memorial Bridge in Bangkok.”

Can’t be too careful with your company
I can feel the devil walking next to me

The king and queen “were accompanied by … Princess Bajrakitiyabha … and Princess Sirivannavari…”.

Clipped from The Nation

As we know from the royal news, he also made his “contribution” to his country’s virus work by not quarantining and not masking up providing taxpayer-funded medical equipment.

Siam’s gonna be the witness
To the ultimate test of cerebral fitness (or not)

Meanwhile, after a considerable time, Princess Sirindhorn, as the boss of the Chaipattana Foundation, ordered the establishment of “a fund to receive donations to battle the coronavirus outbreak…”. Those donations are from the public, cycled through the royals to give them extra credit, and then handed out as “gifts” from “heaven.”

It’s a drag, it’s a bore, it’s really such a pity


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14 04 2020
Thailand’s Kibosh | Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] all of this propaganda banter took place when the two royals briefly visited Bangkok to celebrate the king’s dynasty. But the regime desperately wants to keep him in the minds of […]

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