In his article in the The Washington Post, Pavin Chachavalpongpun, FORSEA’s director of multimedia, explains how the eroding power of Thailand’s monarchy is growing ever more evident.
Once a force of stability, the monarchy today is in sharp decline. King Vajiralongkorn lacks legitimacy to rule, a reign replete with fear, intimidation and murder. Young Thais have refused to accept an irresponsible monarch, hence they are taking to social media to challenge his throne.
Republicanism once an alien concept is now taking root in a country long embedded in monarchical rule encapsulated within a law that forbids disloyal oppositions. Changes have come to Thailand.
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Protests against King Maha Vajiralongkorn
Recent protests against the king of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn, outside a hotel in Bavaria. His entourage of 100 reportedly includes servants and his harem of at least 20 women. The PixelHELPER Foundation called out Germany to throw the king out.
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