No congratulations for Abhisit
Published on August 23, 2011 Former PM Abhisit still doesn't get it, does he?
When Germany, Japan and other countries banned Thaksin from entering, they did it out of courtesy to the Abhisit government. He should be grateful for that. But since he is no longer in office, they have lifted the bans, and nothing is wrong with that.
Other countries are expected to follow suit.Af
ter Yingluck clinched the premiership, scores of diplomats flocked to congratulate her, the same as they did to Samak Sundaravej and Somchai Wongsawat when they both took office. Does Abhisit ever wonder why he didn't get the same attention?
Moreover, US Senator Jim Webb recently dropped by to Government House to congratulate PM Yingluck and said that Thailand is back in the democratic process. Was that comment meant to be a jab at someone?
On top of that, President Obama made a phone call to congratulate Yingluck and pledge full support. Did any foreign dignitaries offer Abhisit congratulations when he took office? Does that tell Abhisit anything about what the world community thinks about him?
I have said it a thousand times that the world knows about the plight of Thaksin. They know he was robbed by the coup and they framed him on all charges. They know Abhisit sneaked into office with the help of the military in exchange for a mega military budget increase. Abhisit can go his grave, and still won't get it.
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