Please, please, partisan stances aside!
I am sure, there would be no argument that the red shirts were responsible for the fires at various places in the most expensive commercial center of Bangkok, following their other actions.
Now about the flood that is terrifying Thais for now and the future in the central plain, Bangkok and the surrounding areas, no one would argue that the flood originated from water flow down the rivers from the northen part of Thailand.
There would be little argument again that one of the main cause of this unprecedented flood was the deforestation in northern Thailand.
Is it likely that most of those deforestation were done by people from other areas other than those living in the north along those river and up in those hills in the north? Of course not.
Now, where are most of the red shirts including their leaders from? Northern Thailand, of course.
Is there any reasons to believe that the "Influential People" of the north were not those mainly responsible for those deforestation in the north? Of course not.
So, who were and who are those "Influential People" of the north of Thailand, if not the red shirt leaders and mobsters.
So, really, who else can be blamed for those deforestation and thus, this flood.
I would most respectfully appreciate those responds with documented and proven fact and figure or rational arguments.
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