Blood at the Prime Minister’s House (Video)

Posted: March 18, 2010 in Uncategorized
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March 17 2010, the Thai anti-government political activism group the United front for Democracy against Dictatorship continue their march across Bangkok city to demand the reigning political party to step down. Also on this day, the UDD plan to literally spill their blood onto the PM’s home. Their blood was extracted by syringes donated by their supporters and collected by the gallon. Prior to this, on March 16 they more successfully poured their blood onto the grounds of the Government House. The police had better preparation for the March 17 event and blocked off the majority of the protesters with a barricade so only the odd bottle of blood got through.

Coincidentally the PM’s house is also in the same street as mine leaving me and my family to suffer the brunt of all protests directed at his home.

leave your thoughts:

do you think blood is effective?

are Crocs cool?

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Comments
  1. Zack says:

    I don’t think they realise the difference between bloodshed through violence by the government and self inflicted bloodshed.

  2. Rob says:

    Wow, that is a pretty wild protesting method. What has gone on in Thailand since the airport was occupied last year? In your opinion, is the government really a tyrannical dictatorship?

  3. Thailand’s as messy as it was since the airport closure Rob. In my opinion I wouldn’t say that the government is a tyrannical dictatorship but I find that the country has descended into a blind political war where both sides think that they are the good guys.

  4. Annelies says:

    When it’s time to save people by donating blood, few give. if it’s for protest and personal interest, they easily give.. I don’t think it’s the best way to protest…
    If both guyz thing they’re good, why don’T they discuss in a more pacific way?

    As for crocs, i don’t have any. But i’m proud that they were invented in QUÉBEC and represent a kind of clog shoe ( since i’m also dutch 😉 Unfortunately, they were sold to the US, like most of the things made in canada are.

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