... Well that's until they start knocking on YOUR door. Then you'll be crying about how the US isn't helping you.
Thanks for caring so much.
Whow, LoveNutz, you really showing off, right now
That you know nothing about Thailand.
Understandable, you are a bit far away. (Even with the internet so close)
But your state of not even knowing your own gouvernments evaluations, however....!
Yes, the US government did complain, after the coup, about the coup and about using martial law.
And mentioned that it would be better, to become democratic again.
So that the US not have to put Thailand into the folder and on the list with all the bad countries.
Thailand must be on a good way, then:
USS Germantown Wraps Up CARAT 2015
So don't worry, the US Navy will show up here under all gouvernment decisions, which are possible.
But not to help me. Or any other respect- and careful visitor of LoS
And why is that? Simple story:
The Thais are a almost closed society. They sort out all their (political) problems among themselves.
Because this is the only and real 'Land of the free', in this world, we living in.
Because that's what Thailand means, Thai = free.
Look it up, the name Siam got changed for a reason, to Thailand, 1948.
So as long as you can pay enough for your 'freedom of speech', or as long you understand, that you are a guest in this country, you can go to the beaches, can even walk around topless in shoppingcenters, and show everyone, what ignorand [email protected]
#$rd you are
(no offense, this you is not meant in your direction, ok?)
And they do their political stuff, mostly in Bangkok, and leave you alone.
Thai people can really seperate their political disagreements from the business, meaning, moneyflow into the country.
That's why always police and army is acting strong on 'not good for the image', somehow. As long this image can cost tourists! But in case, it is outside the tourist areas, 'may bpen rai' is a common reaction.
And in the end, the army did under martial law lots of things, which have been very good for Thailand.
Looks only like, after about the first year, now it goes more and more back to the status from before the coup. Only the pockets have changed.