Thai Protests: Dangerous “Arab Spring” Redux

We’re told that the US government is not funding or supporting anti-government protests in Thailand, but have already seen that this is a lie. The US Embassy also denied supporting any specific party – also a lie. In the case of US-funded Prachatai – the US government is doing both.


Financial Times – Thai protests inspire Laos criticism:

New York Times – U.S. Groups Helped Nurture Arab Uprisings:

US State Department Announcement on Alliance of Youth Movements Summit 2008:

BBC – Oslo Freedom Forum: Activists gather to share secrets of successful protest:

Pravit Rojanaphruk:

Matichon Shareholders:


Oslo Freedom Forum 2019 – Rap Against Dictatorship:

Oslo Freedom Forum – Democratization in Thailand: 100 Years of Struggle | Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit | 2020 OFF:

Exposing Hong Kong (BBC) – Hong Kong protests: Activists received training from Oslo Freedom Forum:

BBC – Thailand protest: Why young activists are embracing Hong Kong’s tactics:

US National Endowment for Democracy – Thailand 2019:

One thought on “Thai Protests: Dangerous “Arab Spring” Redux

  • Christopher Stegman

    How about the Monarchy’s debauchery with his 20 consorts (mistresses)? And the Military’s appointed senate and rigged elections favoring the dictators? And the murders and disapperances of protest leaders? But it’s ‘wrong’ for the student/youth led protests to accept help from outside supporters. Certainly Trump is not supporting the protesters. Nor is the NED unless independently from the Trump admins repressive and dictatorial policies that favor the rich and powerful over the average citizen (despite the false propaganda spewed by this narcissist in chief to fool his followers)


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