|February 22, 2012
By Tony Cartalucci
It was previously reported in "String of Global Bombings Blamed on Iran" that Thailand's current government is run by Thaksin Shinawatra by proxy through his own sister, Yingluck Shinawatra. Thaksin was a former Carlyle Group adviser, and recipient of extensive US backing, including lobbying services from fellow Carlyle member James Baker and his firm Baker Botts, warmonger Robert Blackwill of Barbour Griffith & Rogers, and PNAC signatory Kenneth Adelman of Edelman. During Thaksin's term in office from 2001 until a coup ousted him in 2006, upon the eve of which he was literally reporting to the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, he had committed Thai troops to the US invasion of Iraq and allowed the CIA to use Thailand for its abhorrent rendition program.
It was suggested that he would mobilize fully to back US-Israeli propaganda. Within 24 hours, Thailand's police concluded, predictably, that the Iranians were targeting Israeli diplomats in Bangkok.
This conclusion was drawn by the very top of Thailand's police, General Preawpand Damapong, US-proxy Thaksin Shinawatar's brother-in-law, appointed as police chief shortly after Thaksin's own sister took office last July, with much support from Wall Street & London. This conclusion has now been repeatedly reported on Thaksin's "Voice TV," "sponsored" by AIS, of which his Shinawatra Group holds a majority share in and sister Yingluck was a managing director of, as well as SC Asset, of which sister Yingluck Shinawatra was CEO before taking office as PM, handing the reins over to Thaksin's daughter.
"Voice TV" would refer to the Iranians as "Arabs," another clue that no serious thought or analysis was put into examining the recent incident in Bangkok and that it was merely an exercise in backing US directives - as Iranians are Indo-Europeans, not Arabs, speak an entirely different language (Farsi) and have a distinctively different history, culture, social disposition, as well as a series of noticeably different ethno-physiological characteristics.
Image: Taken from the bottom of "Voice TV," it boasts as sponsors from Thaksin Shinawatra's hereditary financial empire, AIS and SC Asset, both of which featured Thaksin's sister, Yingluck Shinawatra as managing director and CEO respectively, shortly before becoming prime minister of Thailand last July. Thaksin's sister ran for office within her brother's political party, "Peua Thai," with a motto that literally read, "Thaksin thinks, Peua Thai does." What has resulted is a proxy government serving US interests just as Thaksin did during his 2001-2006 term as PM. (click image to enlarge)