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    November 28, 2013 President Barack Obama

     
    จดหมายเปิดผนึกถึงประธานาธิบดี บาแรค โอบาม่า จากนสพ.สยามมีเดีย เมืองโรสมีท รัฐแคลิฟอร์เนีย ประเทศสหรัฐอเมริกา November 28, 2013 President Barack Obama, The White House Dear Mr. President, We really regret the position you have reached and made an error decision about Thailand. We believe you have been misguided and miscalculated about the political situation in Thailand. We used to be strong supporters of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. But because of their contribution to widespread graft and mishandled policy, we finally withdrew our support to them. We also would like to point out that in a two-day no-confidence debate, Prime Minister Yingluck answered only two issues out of 125 issues raised by the opposition party. Prime Minister Yingluck could not respond anything during the no-confidence debate. She sat silently during the debate. We know you would like to protect the United States national interest. But it is an error and unfair to the Thai people the position you took. You should know former Prime Minister Thaksin, like all Thai politicians, are corrupted down to the core. Thaksin pulls all strings for Yingluck. Currently, their business empire generates plenty of money to take care of all their relatives and cronies. Yingluck and her brother are trying to hang on to power engaging in all kinds of corruptions. We have watched and monitored the situation closely about the way Yingluck runs the government. She is lying with straight face on too many occasions, even during in a two-day censure debate. She and her brother have failed as responsible leaders who should set good examples with transparency and accountability. Instead Thailand has been ruled by the destructive divide-and-rule practices so the leaders at the top can suck the country and the people dry. We also recognize Thai people must be blamed as much for allowing this condemnable practice to go on for so long. Finally, we would like to inform you that the silent majority now stands up and speaks out. Mr. President, please be fair to the Thai people. Sincerely yours, The publisher of Siam Media in the United States
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