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    Lots of reds -

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    • #3
      April 5 near Ban Om Noi, Thailand

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      • #4
        From April

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          • #6
            These are pictures taken during April 5-7th, 2014. Some were taken from drones and helicopters during UDD rally at Aksa road on April 5-7th, 2014.

            From UDD estimation, there were at least 200,000 demonstrators that joined Aksa rally.













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            • #7
              The reds certainly outnumber the yellows 10 to 1, but the problem they do not outnumber the military. They definitely do not out gun them.

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              • #8
                Police vs Army maybe? I think the police are way out gunned too.

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                • #9
                  That is a lot of people who have had their vote stolen at gun point .
                  http://thailandchatter.com/showthrea...ll=1#post45112

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                  • #10
                    A special report: Red shirts dead or alive?
                    Mon, 14/12/2015

                    15:53 Updates on the situation of the anti-establishment Red Shirt supporters in the North and Northeast, 2015: how their ways of thinking and living have changed since the 2014 military coup
                    Clothes line and a rice field at a red-shirt village in northerastern Thailand1. Intense military control of areas in different provinces after the 2014 coup2. Knowing the origins and backgrounds of Red Shirt groups in different provinces and their political stances




                    From left, "Yao" and Khaikhoei Chanpleng



                    Ajarn Toi, leader of red-shirt Chak Thong Rob group
                    Ajarn Toi shows photos of the red-shirt caravan when the group traveled from Ubon Ratchathani to join the demonstration in BangkokFang-Mae Ai-Chai Prakan: the 3 districts of hardcore Red Shirts in Chiang Mai


                    The office of red-shirt Khon Rak Fang-Mae Ai-Chai Prakan group which also runs a community radio stationAccepting new conditions: villagers and leaders in a state of confusionBig supporter of primaries
                    http://thailandchatter.com/showthrea...ll=1#post45112

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