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    Red face Next Thai PM

    Can anyone guess who will be the PM this time next year?

    Deliberately kept simple and option 3 is not a mistake.
    Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.

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    what i guess at the moment is how long after election the protester gonna start again and which one gonna go first!
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    Surely you've overlooked the most obvious category of person that doesn't fit in to the above 3 options, what happened to "A Politician" or is it spelt "Ngoo" in Thai?

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    The next Thai PM will be female, how long she remains as PM is an entirely different question.

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    If it's her then I guess about three days. Bye bye democracy. Not that I mind too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaddeus View Post
    The next Thai PM will be female, how long she remains as PM is an entirely different question.
    Mr Thad agree Yingluk will win but then oh dear LOS not her but the others and I don't mean Mr T as there others manipulating this bit like a Robert Ludlum book (Author of Bourne etc and anyone who doe not know who he was (deceased) read the books one of the great authors of all time)

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    Your missing the point guys
    this time next year
    is a clue
    Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.

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    Ian,

    Is option 3 a katoey?

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    Colin244, if it's phrased from a Thai mind set, more likely "Farang" ;-)

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    Is option 3 a katoey?


    The question was who will be in the position in one year from now.
    I think it’s a fair bet to assume a lady is going to be the next PM. My question was more of not because the PM is female but whom she is perceived to represent and if the real people that control the country will accept this.
    I fear not.
    My prediction is she will win, the opposition will demonstrate with escalating violence and anarchy.
    The army (or real powers that be) will instigate yet more trouble with Cambodia and a coup will follow. This will be described by the army (powers that be) to be the only way to stabilize the country.
    So my prediction for who will be the PM in a year from now is option 3, neither.
    Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.

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    I see I have a like minded buddy with a 'neither' vote or is this for the token 'Katoey'
    Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.

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    ian1208,

    Maybe the 3rd gender are voting in your poll after all they have their own toilets in some places.

    colin 244

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    Quote Originally Posted by KhunIanB-UK View Post
    Colin244, if it's phrased from a Thai mind set, more likely "Farang" ;-)
    If the third option had been 'A Tank' I would have gone for that.

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    Excitement building in LOS ? as the BBC has suddenly starting to talk about it

    Bit late Chaps.

    colin 244

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