US-funded Thai Protesters Fly Terrorist Flag at 2015 Bombing Site

US-funded Thai protesters fly Uyghur separatist flag just meters from where Uyghur terrorists killed 20 innocent people in 2015. 

Thai Summary (English version below): ผู้ประท้วงชาวไทยโบกสะบัดธงแบ่งแยกดินแดนอุยกูร์ห่างจากจุดที่ผู้ก่อการร้ายอุยกูร์คร่าชีวิตผู้บริสุทธิ์ในปี 2558 ซึ่งธงสีฟ้าและสีขาวนั้นเป็นของกลุ่มแบ่งแยกดินแดนอุยกูร์ซึ่งเป็นสมาชิกที่โจมตีสถานกงสุลไทยในตุรกีเมื่อเดือนกรกฎาคม 2558 และวางระเบิดร้ายแรงในกรุงเทพฯที่สี่แยกโรงเเรมเอราวัณในเดือนสิงหาคม 2558 ซึ่งเหตุการณ์นั้นมีผู้เสียชีวิต 20 รายและบาดเจ็บกว่า 100 คน

October 25, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Anti-government protesters organized by Thailand's billionaire-led opposition and funded by the US government today flew flags of the so-called "Milk Tea Alliance" including the blue and white flag of Uyghur separatists - members of which attacked the Thai consulate in Turkey in July 2015 and carried out a deadly bombing in Bangkok at that very intersection in August 2015 - killing 20 and injuring over 100. 

The separatist flag flying just meters from where the bombing took place - features a sky-blue background with a white crescent and a white star in the center and is the flag of "East Turkestan" - the entity Uyghur separatists seek to transform the Chinese territory of Xinjiang into. 


East Turkestan is also how Xinjiang is interchangeably listed by the US National Endowment for Democracy (NED) which funds Uyghur separatist groups as well as virtually every aspect of the increasingly anti-Chinese opposition in Thailand itself. 

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While the US and its European allies claim that China is abusing Uyghur minorities in Xinjiang - in reality Beijing is conducting an extensive anti-terrorism campaign to deal with violence that - until recently - had killed hundreds a year through bombings, mass knife attacks, and other forms of violence in Xinjiang, across the whole of China, and abroad including Bangkok in 2015 . 

Uyghur extremists also make up a large number of foreign fighters operating under the banners of Al Qaeda's many affiliates in Syria according to even Western media outlets like the Associated Press

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The other three flags flying at the US-funded protest on October 25 and spotted at other protests over the past month represented the US-funded Hong Kong rioters, the US-backed Taiwan independence movement, and the violent, CIA-funded Tibetan rebels. 

US-funded Sedition in Hong Kong Officially "Join" Thai Mobs

Thailand's protest movement is clearly part of the United States' regional anti-China campaign. 

October 25, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Bangkok Post in an article titled, "Hong Kong students pledge loyalty to Thai protesters," helped shed any doubt over where the US-funded anti-Chinese movement stood in regards to likewise US-funded protests in Thailand - confirming once and for all the regional nature of US interference in Asia and its goal of undermining Beijing's closest regional allies - including Thailand.

The article would claim: 

Hong Kong students have pledged support for the pro-democracy movement in Thailand after the recent wave of anti-government protests has rocked the capital for over a week.

It would also note (emphasis added):

Anti-government rallies are sparking an outcry abroad. On Monday, Hong Kong activists gathered at the Thai consulate in the city to show solidarity with their counterparts in Thailand. Joshua Wong, one of the leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement, was among them. Others are following suit in the UK, US, France and Japan.

Angel Woo, a student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), said most Hong Kongers stand with their counterparts in the pro-democracy movement called the "Milk Tea Alliance", an online bloc of Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand standing in defiance of China.

Why Thai protesters would be "standing in defiance of China" is never explained by the Bangkok Post. 

Thailand at the moment has one of the most constructive relationships with China in the region and undermining this relationship including deep economic ties - especially amid the global COVID-19 economic crisis - would cause irreversible damage to the daily life of tens of millions of Thais.  

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China is Thailand's largest trade partner, largest foreign investor, and the largest source of tourism - accounting for more tourists per year to Thailand than all Western nations combined. 

China is also Thailand's largest arms supplier - long-since replacing the United States.  

China is also a key partner in major infrastructure projects including the rollout of 5G and the construction of a high-speed railway that will link Thailand to China via Laos. 

The high-speed railway will make it possible for even more tourists to move between both countries as well as open a direct corridor for Thai goods - especially agricultural products - into China, replacing complex and inefficient land routes current used, or expensive air transportation. The completion of the railway will open up economic opportunities never before possible for millions of Thais, Chinese, and their counterparts in Laos. 

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It is clear from pressure the US has exerted even on its own European allies regarding the rest of the world's growing ties with China that the current Thai government's growing relationship with China would not go unnoticed or unpunished by Washington. 

US-funded Agitators in Thailand Openly Seek Aid from Western Embassies

US-funded agitators have vowed to march this week to the German embassy in Bangkok, Thailand in order to invite Western interests to directly and openly interfere in Thailand's internal political affairs. 

  • US-funded protesters now seek to directly involve Western interests in Thailand's internal affairs
  • Germany has for years through the Heinrich Böll Foundation funded anti-government organizations inside Thailand alongside the US government
  • Germany has recently been very active in supporting Washington's propaganda war against Russia and China - and now their allies including Thailand 
Thai Summary (English version below): ม็อบไทย(สัญชาติตะวันตก)ร้องให้สถานทูตชาติตะวันตกออกตัวช่วยอย่างเปิดเผย   ม็อบปุกปั่นก่อความไม่สงบจะเคลื่อนขบวนไปยังสถานทูตเยอรมันในประเทศไทย เพื่อไปเชิญเค้ามาเเทรกแทรงการเมืองภายในชาติตัวเองโดยตรง   กว่าหลายปีแล้วที่มูลนิธิ Heinrich Böll ของเยอรมนีร่วมกับ US ให้ทุนแก่องค์กรที่ต่อต้านรัฐบาลในไทย เเละเมื่อไม่นานมานี้เยอรมนียังมีบทบาทอย่างมากในการสนับสนุนโฆษณาชวนเชื่อของวอชิงตัน เพื่อต่อกรกับรัสเซียและจีน   และตอนนี้ม็อบได้ยกระดับพุ่งเป้าไปที่สถาบันกษัตริย์อย่างโจ่งเเจ้ง

October 24, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Anti-government protests organized by Thailand's corrupt billionaire-led opposition and funded by the US government have announced plans to march to the German embassy in Bangkok in a bid to invite Western interests to directly and openly interfere in Thailand's internal political affairs. 


READ MORE: The Complete Guide: US Government Role in Thailand's "Student Protests" 

The move is made specifically to target Thailand's head of state King Maha Vajiralongkorn - who is alleged to vacation in Germany. Protesters - unable to cite any abuses or legitimate grievances the Thai King's public service - have relied instead on unfounded rumors and outright fabricated claims regarding his private life. 

Thailand's monarchy - a 700 year old institution - has kept Thais united throughout the centuries and is the primary reason Thailand remains the only nation in Southeast Asia to avoid Western colonization. 

Because of this, the Thai monarchy has been a constant target of Western subversion throughout the last 2 centuries - with an Anglo-American backed coup launched in 1932 almost ousting the institution permanently. 

Today - Thailand's monarchy, independent military, its courts, and other institutions have pivoted the nation decidedly toward Beijing and has prompted US-backed protests aimed at destroying these institutions, rolling back Thai-Chinese relations, and bringing the country back into a Western sphere of influence. 

Germany has in recent months been very active in supporting Washington's propaganda war against both Russia regarding the Navalny case and China regarding Xinjiang - and now clearly allies of both nations including Thailand. Germany has - via the Heinrich Böll Foundation of Germany's Green Party - funded opposition groups inside Thailand alongside the US government, London, and the EU. 

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China is currently Thailand's largest trade partner, investor, source of tourism, and even arms supplier. China is also a key partner for several major Thai infrastructure projects including its rollout of 5G technology as well as a high-speed railway that will link Thailand to China via Laos. 

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The US government funds virtually every aspect of the ongoing Thai protests - evidence of which can be found on the US National Endowment for Democracy's (NED) own official website including the name of core opposition organizations as well as the amount of US government money given to each.

Just as the US has done in Hong Kong - the US and its accomplices are funding agitators to disrupt, undermine, and if possible overthrow Thailand's political system - denying China a valuable economic partner and regional ally and hindering the collective rise of Asia. 

Europe Helps US Destroy Libya, Now Blames/Sanctions Russia

October 24, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - NEO) - The EU has leveled sanctions against Russia for - among other things - "meddling" in Libya's ongoing civil war.

AFP in its article, "EU sanctions senior Putin aides over Navalny, Libya," would claim: 

The EU said Wagner had committed "multiple and repeated breaches" of a UN arms embargo on Libya, where Russia has backed warlord Khalifa Haftar in his uprising against the internationally-recognised government.

The UK - despite leaving the EU - has also said it would uphold the sanctions. 

The EU's attempt to high-road Russia, however, raises an important point - that it was the EU alongside the US who destroyed Libya's government in 2011 in the first place. 

The 2011 Western military intervention led to the civil war now currently consuming the nation and its people. And if Russia really is supplying weapons to Libyan groups in Libya - they are fighting groups who are being supplied arms in violation of the same UN arms embargo by other nations - namely the EU and the US.  

The US and Europe Destroyed Libya in the First Place 

Libya's ongoing chaos is a direct result of a 2011 US-led military intervention which included forces from several European nations including the UK. After destroying much of the nation's infrastructure and ousting the Libyan government led by Muammar Qaddafi - Libya was plunged into perpetual infighting as the country was divided by competing warlords and terrorist organizations flush with weapons the US and Europe provided them. 

Thailand Meets US-funded Mob Demands to Lift Emergency Decree - Mob Complains

 

  • Mobs demanded end for emergency decree
  • Thailand's government announced last night a "step back" from confrontation
  • Protesters then attacked police and attempted to storm Government House
  • Thai government announced today end of emergency decree as additional compromise
  • US-funded mob condemned move, wants all of their demands met 
  • Opposition demands include removing the current government, rewriting the entire Thai constitution, changing Thailand's form of government, erasing Thailand's culture and history, and rolling back Thai-Chinese relations - among many other things 

October 22, 2020 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Another illustration of the true agenda behind anti-government protesters organized by Thailand's billionaire-led opposition and funded by the US government - emerged when the Thai government met one of the protesters' demands today by lifting the current emergency decree - only to be met by condemnation and complaining by the opposition. 

In fact, directly after the Thai government's overtures to "step back" last night from the growing conflict - protesters violently attacked police and attempted to storm Thailand's Government House. 

What seems like an unimaginable reaction by the opposition to actually complain about the government meeting one of their demands - demonstrates the uncompromising nature of their agenda which is to remove the Thai government, replace Thailand's system of government, rewrite the Thai constitution, and erase the nation's institutions, history, and culture in exchange for those sponsored by and serving Western special interests. 

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The Thai government's move may have been to precisely demonstrate the irrational, uncompromising nature of the mobs, both to the Thai public and the international community - and while it would serve a genuine opposition best to compromise - for a foreign-funded opposition aimed at rolling back Thailand's ties with China and thus its economic prosperity and stability - there can be no compromise. 

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Likewise US-funded movements around the globe pursued policies and agendas that have led multiple nations into political, social, and economic ruin. Libya, Ukraine, and to a certain extent - Hong Kong - have all suffered either complete collapse, partial collapse, or in Hong Kong's case - now face a long road to recovery but only after China successfully uprooted Washington's proxies. 

Thailand must carefully consider these previous examples and understand the danger the country now faces in the form of an irrational, uncompromising opposition not interested in moving Thailand forward - but setting it back as far as possible to spite Thailand's non-aligned allies and partners - especially China.