This is just heinous.
The unpredictable King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn, who is suffering mass protests in Bangkok, has now been accused of breaking his sister’s ankles.
The shocking allegation was reported by Andrew MacGregor Marshall, the former Reuters bureau chief in Bangkok, in his subscription-only newsletter, Secret Siam.
Marshall, who is free to quote his Thai sources without fear of the country’s vicious censorship laws since he left Asia, reports that the king is alleged to have attacked his sister after she was knocked over by his dogs. Insiders claimed that he either jumped on her legs or beat her with a cane.
The assault was allegedly prompted after she confronted him over his plans to make his official consort a second queen, alongside his present wife, Queen Suthida.
If you’re going to accuse someone of that kind of violent crime, you should have to have a source.
Printing sensational rumors in a private newsletter is frankly vile.
I just watched a meeting of the Council on Foreign Relations about shutting down “fake news,” but the reality is, the overwhelming majority of actual false information comes from the mainstream media.
For a very long time, they have used this “secret insider source” bit to print all kinds of lies about all kinds of people.
I don’t think it should be illegal, obviously, but I do think that people should be taught to understand that when the media says “from an anonymous insider source,” there’s at least a 75% chance they’re just making it up outright.
The media is attempting to upend the traditional social order in Thailand using women, just like they’re doing everywhere else in the world.
Earlier this week, I reported that in Puerto Rico, the government has, at the behest of the media, claimed that there is a “crisis” of violence against women. This is despite the fact that only 1 in 20 murder victims in Puerto Rico is female.
If you look at the protests against the Thai monarchy, which don’t even make any sense, they are all led by privileged, fat, ugly women.
Student Union of Thailand spokesperson Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul is the main face of a protest movement of young people who think it’s their job to turn over a dynastic system that has existed since before Christ:
The “abusing women” slander against the king obviously plays into this thing with trying to get women to go nuts and take over, then destroy everything.
The thing that’s frustrating is not so much that Jews and intelligence agencies are doing something like this, but that it’s so obvious that anyone should be able to see it.
I mean – is it just a coincidence that in every third world country on the planet, in the midst of a global flu hoax that they’re saying will “reset” the world and create a new world order, women happen to be rising up and going ape everywhere?