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The Role of NGO in Thailand


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I apologise if this subject was already discussed on this forum but couldn't find any link to it. So here is my Question: Thailand is preparing a Law that is supposed to regulate the NGO Sector. The reasons for this step seem to vary and i'm not sure which perspective on the issue to take. I'm looking from the outside - in and from here this analysis made me think : https://rumble.com/v16jfu6-thailands-ngo-law-vs-us-meddling.html

I have seen many NGO big and small over the past 4 decades and found the smaller grassroots , local initiatives to be more honest in the methods they use to get results that ultimately profits everyone. The larger ones gave me more questions than answers. What's your view ?

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Section 2 sounds good, after watching the video and seeing the documents the commentator put out, I can't see how anyone would disagree.

"Affect peoples morals" this one stands out, because of the noticeable push lately to legalize Pornhub.

I would wager a bet that the protesters are being coerst by NGO's

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Honestly, if the US and the CIA received all this intelligence from all the sources people claim, they would be so flooded with information they wouldn't have time to process most of it and the NGOs wouldn't get any of their work done!

The most convenient thing for any politician or reporter to do is to make sure their story blames the USA. That way they get better coverage.

People forget that one purpose of an intelligence network is to try and find out what is really happening, rather than the public lies issued to cover up or spin the reality. Also, a task of many NGOs is to ensure foreign aid actually gets to where it was intended to get too, not spun off into greedy politicians, corrupt police or others choosing to make money out of the suffering of other people in their country.

So shutdown all the NGOs, simple. But at the same time, immediately cease any foreign aid to countries choosing to do so. Otherwise the risk of such funding just "disappearing" is too great. After all, if you fear intelligent gatherers so much, what are you hiding and why then should we trust you with our hard earnt money?

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1 hour ago, Smithydog said:

Honestly, if the US and the CIA received all this intelligence from all the sources people claim, they would be so flooded with information they wouldn't have time to process most of it and the NGOs wouldn't get any of their work done!

The most convenient thing for any politician or reporter to do is to make sure their story blames the USA. That way they get better coverage.

People forget that one purpose of an intelligence network is to try and find out what is really happening, rather than the public lies issued to cover up or spin the reality. Also, a task of many NGOs is to ensure foreign aid actually gets to where it was intended to get too, not spun off into greedy politicians, corrupt police or others choosing to make money out of the suffering of other people in their country.

So shutdown all the NGOs, simple. But at the same time, immediately cease any foreign aid to countries choosing to do so. Otherwise the risk of such funding just "disappearing" is too great. After all, if you fear intelligent gatherers so much, what are you hiding and why then should we trust you with our hard earnt money?

I can't remember all the stuff I have learned over the years but, just to say they don't need people to sift through the intell, they use algorithyms and key words,mutch like social media can send you an ad for something you spoke with a friend about wanting to buy.

https://techcrunch.com/2015/07/01/wikileaks-drops-new-docs-detailing-nsas-hobby-of-spying-on-allies/

I completely agree with you about getting rid of all NGO's that are supported by political entities and any government grants, The world is full of people that donate to worthy causes and can fill the void if they get a tax cut.

 

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