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comment by Guest - May 01, 2012 - back to the top

My partner works with a man whose fehtar-in-law was shot dead in the protests a week or two ago. His Father-in-law's family is very poor and from the reports I've heard it certainly seems like the class dimension of the demonstrations is as reported, that is, poor Thais are supporting the red shirts. It also appears that the movement supports its dead, since his family can now expect (at least in the short term) some kind of financial support from the movement, and before the tragedy they were receiving rice and other goods in exchange for his Father-in-law's volunteer work.I can't imagine that they're spending their lives for a wise cause though. I find it really hard to believe that a political movement of the poor, bankrolled by a multi-billionaire, is actually in the political interests of the poor themselves.Also, my kickboxing instructor just spent a week in Thailand, won a fight, and flew out again yesterday without any apparent ill-effects of the demonstrations (though the child fighters didn't turn up maybe that was related to the demos). It's hard to imagine life in a city going on as normal on one half, while people are being murdered by the govt in the other half.