The neo-feudal regime is being set in place. Following the recent lese majeste case against Neo-Democracy/New Democracy Movement activist Jatuphat Boonpattaraksa, there has been the junta-palace agitation over the BBC.
Now, as reported at Prachatai, the military dictatorship “has threatened a prominent anti-junta activist from the New Democracy Movement (NDM) with the lèse majesté law over her Facebook post.”
Chanoknan Ruamsap states that “the military contacted her family while she is in Brazil.” Apparently the military’s goons are policing a post on the monarchy that they determine may constitute lese majeste.
Her family warns her that she “might be detained at the Airport” when she returns to Feudal Thailand.
It seems that on “3 December, she shared on Facebook the biography of King Vajiralongkorn, Rama X, published by the BBC Thai and on 5 December she shared another article published by the Telegraph about King Rama X.”
The military goons are using lese majeste to mop up student activists and to ensure that the new king’s dastardly and violent history can be erased. We don’t doubt that the “new” palace is in cahoots with the fascist goons on this.
Chanoknan already faces a trial at a military court of Bangkok on 23 December on a “charge of defying the Thai junta’s ban on political gatherings.”