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    Thai soldiers run behind armored personnel carriers near Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010.


    Thai army armored vehicles break down the makeshift barricade of anti government protesters at Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Thai troops opened fire Wednesday into the fortified encampment of anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, ramming armored vehicles into its tire-and-bamboo barricade in what appears to be a final crackdown after a week of deadly clashes.

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    The thai soldiers here doing real work. They dun just wayang only during national day parade. and will not die while running 2.4km. They only die among the bullets.
    totally retired!!!

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    An armoured vehicle destroys a barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.



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    Fires burn on a boulevard near the Pratunam intersection in downtown Bangkok on May 19, 2010. Thai firefigthers try to extingish a fire on the barricade of the Red Shirt anti-government protestors camp in Bangkok on May 19, 2010.

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    An armoured vehicle is pictured near a barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

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    that's it
    crush the blue monkey with armor carrier and tanks

    i hate people who disrupt me travel plans and most of all i hate dreamers who think they can win power by votes without guns and tanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singveld View Post
    that's it
    crush the blue monkey with armor carrier and tanks

    i hate people who disrupt me travel plans and most of all i hate dreamers who think they can win power by votes without guns and tanks.
    it is still safe in bkk. what is the problem?
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    Firemen douse a fire at a barricade of Lumpini Park put up by anti-government protesters in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010.

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    A Thai armoured personnel carrier breaks down a barricade made by Anti-government protesters 'Red Shirt', on May 19, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters have clashed with military forces for six consecutive days in Bangkok after the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for more than two months.

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    Soldiers crouch in rows behind armoured vehicles during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    A Thai army soldier crosses a barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    Thai army soldiers take up positions at a barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.


    Thai soldiers rush an anti-government barricade near Lumpini Park in downtown Bangkok, Thailand, Wednesday, May 19, 2010. Two Thai armored vehicles have toppled the tire-and-bamboo barricade of an encampment where anti-protesters are holed up in downtown Bangkok.

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    Soldiers take cover behind a statue across the road from a barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    A Thai army soldier aims his weapon during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    An emergency vehicle sprays water on a burning barricade during an operation to evict anti-government "red shirt" protesters from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    Anti-government "red shirt" protesters watch during an operation to evict them from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010. Thai troops and armoured vehicles broke through barricades of tyres and staves on Wednesday in a fresh offensive to evict thousands of anti-government protesters from their fortified camp in central Bangkok, witnesses said.

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    Thai troops storm into Bangkok protest zone, 3 die

    By DENIS D. GRAY, Associated Press Writer Denis D. Gray,
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    BANGKOK – Thai soldiers with armored vehicles stormed into a fortified encampment occupied by anti-government protesters Wednesday, breaking through bamboo-and-tire barricades in a major military offensive in the heart of Bangkok.

    At least two protesters were killed and one foreign journalist appeared dead after getting shot in the chest. Two other foreign journalists were wounded by bullets.

    Surreal scenes of warfare erupted in one of the ritziest parts of the capital, as troops armed with M-16s marched through the central business district past upscale apartment buildings to retake the area around manicured Lumpini Park, which has been under the control of protesters camped there for weeks.

    Government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn declared the first stage of the army operation to secure the area around Lumpini Park successful and said that some protest leaders had fled. He asked the public to inform police if any of the leaders were spotted.

    However, two of the three key leaders remained in the protest zone giving defiant speeches and singing on a stage, as troops drew closer.

    An Associated Press reporter who followed the troops into the protest camp saw the bodies of two men sprawled on the ground, one with a head wound and other apparently shot in the upper body. They were the first known casualties in the assault that began before dawn Wednesday on a 1-square kilometer (3-square kilometer) stretch of downtown Bangkok that protesters have occupied.

    Troops fired M-16 rifles at fleeing protesters and shouted, "Come out and surrender or we'll kill you."

    An AP photographer saw three foreign journalists shot. One was an Italian photographer shot in the chest. His eyes were rolled back and he showed no signs of life. A Dutch journalist walked into the hospital with a bullet wound in his shoulder. The third journalist was a 53-year-old American documentary filmmaker who was treated for a shot in the leg.

    The photographer also saw at least seven Thais brought to a hospital. It was unknown if they were dead or unconscious.

    As troops entered the fringes of the protest area, they passed smoldering fires and hastily abandoned campsites where clothes were still hanging on laundry lines. Shoes were scattered, chairs were overturned and a huge pile of rice was covered with flies.

    Panitan went on national television four hours after the crackdown began to announce it was under way, speaking first in Thai and then in English.

    "The operations will continue throughout the day," Panitan said. "We would like to reassure the citizens of Bangkok that the operations are designed to make sure we stabilize the area."

    The army action came after weeks of defiance by the protesters who are seeking to oust the government of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.

    "This is D-Day," said one soldier when asked earlier in the day if this was the final push to clear the protest zone.

    Thick black smoke from mountains of burning tires darkened the skies Wednesday, billowing over the skyscrapers of this Asian metropolis of 10 million that has descended into chaos over the last week, with at least 39 killed, most of them civilians.

    The violence in Bangkok, a popular stop for tourists heading to Thailand's world-famous beaches, has caused concern internationally and raised doubts about the stability of this Southeast Asian nation.

    The so-called Red Shirt demonstrators marched into Bangkok in mid-March to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, dissolution of Parliament and immediate elections.

    They created an encampment in Bangkok's posh downtown Rajprasong district in April, surrounding themselves by a barricade of tires and bamboo spears, some of which appeared to be in flames Wednesday.

    An estimated 3,000 people were believed to be inside the 1-square-mile (3-square-kilometer) protest zone, which has taken over several blocks of downtown Bangkok's toniest shopping and tourism district.

    A Thai army soldier rests in an area abandoned by anti-government "red shirt" protesters during an operation to evict them from their encampment in Bangkok May 19, 2010.

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    Thai Gov has too much patience. Finally it's:


    CLOBBER TIME

    Hope they really whack hard.

    Seems like Reds Shirts have zero support from King. Without King's support you have little chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonychat View Post
    it is still safe in bkk. what is the problem?
    my company is a multinational company, i call travel office, i have to go to bangkok, they said, management policy, all personnel are prohibited to fly to bangkok for transit or travel.

    that is the problem.

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