Wednesday, March 8, 2023

Thailand - I will charge your king Maha with most serious criminal offenses and will have police dispatched after one

@Maha Vajiralongkorn - I will have to get you arrested for torture in Thailand and in Slovenia. Human trafficking and more including Slovenian psychiatry and police you supported in genocide against me....I will not let off the hook.

You are as evil as one can be. Murderous dictator indifferent from worst figures humanity have seen throughout its history.

The news as is seen here is the news Thai king have used during MKUltra torture with belief on how one will intimidate me(he death threatened) if I will not keep silent. DUCKLING IS AN UPGRADE FROM MAHA'S MK ULTRA WATCH SCENARIO WHICH ONE PULLED AGAINST ME TWO DAYS AGO WITH SLOVENIAN POLICE AND LOCAL PSYCHITRSIT DESPITE MY BEING EXTREMELLY NICE WITH rOYAL THAI FAMILY AND HIM. Related to and

Scandinavian BUMBARS from USA have along BERLIN AND LONDON requested from Thai kingS(small "k") Bhumibol Adulyadej and his son Maha Vajiralongkorn to use removal of THEIR BELOVED POOM POOM JENSEN from Thai crown as an additional curse against me - but what else to expect from Germans

@MAHA - INTERPOL AND SUCH WILL GET MY REQUEST IN RESPCT TO YOU ON THEIR more King...king for description purposes to police just as the case is with London. News about duckling will be included on complain next to as stated above also as additional insult and a final(detrimental factor to other crime) reason which made me pursue criminal charges against you. VON DER LAYEN(IN THE BACK OF THE POLICE VA, HOWEVER, YESS - SWISS FRIENDS AT UNITED NATIONS IN GENEVA WHERE YOU WERE CONVINCING ME WITH THEM AND OTHER "EUROPEAN" REALLY GERMAN AUTOCRATS WILL NOT DO MUCH FOR YOU THIS TIME).

Thai man gets 2-year term for calendar said to mock king


BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai man has been sentenced to two years in prison for selling calendars featuring satirical cartoons of yellow ducks that a court said mocked the country’s monarch. The legal aid group Thai Lawyers for Human Rights says Bangkok’s Criminal Court ruled that the calendar for 2021 contained pictures of yellow ducks in poses resembling and ridiculing Thailand’s king, diminishing his reputation. The defendant was charged under Thailand’s lese majeste law, which calls for up to 15 years’ imprisonment for anyone who defames, insults or threatens the king, the queen, the heir apparent or the regent. The law has long drawn criticism for its harshness and its use for partisan political purposes. Pro-democracy activists in recent years have called for it to be amended or abolished.

Thai Man Jailed For Rubber Duck Calendar Royal Insult

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A court in Thailand has jailed a man for two years for selling satirical calendars featuring yellow rubber ducks that prosecutors said defamed the royal family.

The 2021 calendar featured a series of rubber ducks in poses that a Bangkok court ruled resembled Thailand's king, who is protected by some of the world's strictest lese majeste laws, which carry sentences of up to 15 years in prison.

Narathorn Chotmankongsin, 26, was initially given a three-year prison term Tuesday for selling the calendars on the popular pro-democracy Facebook page Ratsadon, according to Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR).

"But the sentence was commuted to two years without parole after the defendant gave testimony that was beneficial to the consideration," TLHR, a legal group that acts in many lese majeste cases, said in a statement.

The yellow bath toys became an accidental symbol of 2020's pro-democracy protest movement after demonstrators used large inflatable ducks to shield themselves from police tear gas and water cannon.

Rubber-fowl-themed paraphernalia quickly came to dominate street marches, featuring on everything from hats to hair clips.

Thailand's use of lese majeste laws has increased dramatically in recent years, with more than 200 people charged since 2020, according to TLHR.

Human Rights Watch said the court's decision "shows that Thai authorities are now trying to punish any activity they deem to be insulting the monarchy".

"This case sends a message to all Thais, and to the rest of the world, that Thailand is moving further away from -- not closer to -- becoming a rights-respecting democracy," said HRW Asia director Elaine Pearson.


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