THAILAND: DAILY FEMAILY FEMBOT SPIN

THAILAND: DAILY FEMAILY FEMBOT SPIN

The Daily Mail's spin on the following story is even weirder than their usual nonsense. The Thai general is stating that Thai men are pigs, and that tourists should be aware of this, and not be naive, and take necessary precautions. The Daily Kike twists his words into some sort of insult of fembots. I think the general was suggesting that most people only care if a beautiful woman is raped, and that less-than-beautiful women are raped all the time, and ignored by the sensationalist media.

'Can they be safe in bikinis... unless they are not beautiful?' As hunt for killers descends into farce [FALSE], Thai prime minister insults Western girls [FALSE. HE NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT "WESTERN" "GIRLS" - AND ARN'T THOSE WORDS SUPPOSED TO BE RACIST AND SEXIST?]

General Prayuth Chan-O-Cha said only ugly tourists were safe in bikinis [EXCEPT HE DID NOT SAY THAT]

He seemed to blame Hannah Witheridge for inviting the brutal attack [NO HE DIDN'T, HE BLAMED THAI MEN FOR BEING PIGS.]

Thai police said no DNA samples taken matched any of the 12 suspects

Ms Witheridge was murdered alongside fellow tourist David Miller

Now Thai authorities have prevented several other Britons from leaving [WITNESSES? SUSPECTS?]


By RICHARD SHEARS and SAM MARSDEN, THE DAILY MAIL, 17 September 2014

Thailand's premier was last night [FALSELY] accused of smearing a murdered British backpacker to protect his country’s tourism industry.

In an extraordinary outburst, General Prayuth Chan-O-Cha suggested [I.E., DID NOT SUGGEST] that only ugly tourists were safe when wearing bikinis. [HE SAID THAT ALL WOMEN WEARING BIKINIS ARE AT RISK, AND HIS COMMENT ON BEAUTY WAS VAGUE AND/OR BADLY TRANSLATED. I THINK HE MEANT THAT MOST RAPE VICTIMS IN THAILAND ARE NOT BEAUTIFUL. SO THEY ARE IGNORED BY THE MEDIA.]

His remark appeared to blame Hannah Witheridge for exposing herself to a brutal attack on the paradise island of Koh Tao. Fellow tourist David Miller was murdered with her. General Prayuth, who seized power in a military coup [AND MOST THAIS ARE GLAD HE DID] in May, has demanded the case is solved quickly to avoid harm to Thailand’s reputation as an idyllic holiday destination.

In a speech broadcast live on Thai TV yesterday, he said: ‘There are always problems with tourist safety. They think our country is beautiful and is safe so they can do whatever they want, they can wear bikinis and walk everywhere. Can they be safe in bikinis ... unless they are not beautiful?’ [UNCLEAR. PROBABLY A BAD TRANSLATION OF A VAGUE STATEMENT.]

The investigation into the deaths descended into farce last night when Thai police admitted that DNA samples did not match any of their 12 suspects. [WHY IS THAT FACRICAL? IT'S JUST REGULAR POLICE WORK - PROCESS OF ELIMINATION. ALSO, THEY MIGHT NOT HAVE BEEN ALL "SUSPECTS" - PROBABLY JUST MEN WITH OPPORTUNITY, AND MEN WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS WHO WERE IN THE VICINITY.]

Chris Ware, a friend of Mr Miller who had been prevented from leaving the country, was among those put in the clear. His friends say they fear Thai police are trying to stitch him up however. [THEY'RE TRYING TO "STITCH HIM UP" BY "PUTTING HIM IN THE CLEAR"? IS HE PREVENTED FROM LEAVING BECAUSE HE'S A WITNESS OR STILL POTENTIALLY A SUSPECT, CO-CONSPIRATOR, GAVE CONTRADICTORY EVIDENCE?]

Thai police have released graphic details about Miss Witheridge’s alleged sexual activity before she was violently killed.

On Monday General Prayuth had suggested the British tourists should not have put themselves in danger by being out in the early hours.

[BUT WILL HIS ADVICE, ABOUT HOW DANGEROUS THAILAND CAN BE, BE APPRECIATED? OF COURSE NOT.]

Politicians and rape victim supporters said his latest words were ‘hugely insensitive’.

‘What is most worrying about these comments is the underlying implication about those who have been murdered that they have somehow brought it upon themselves,’ said Andrew Rosindell, a member of the Commons foreign affairs committee.

‘That is wholly inappropriate until we have the facts. It seems like there is deep concern about the effect on Thailand’s tourist industry [IF THAT WERE THE CASE THEN THE GENERAL WOULDN'T BE TALKING ABOUT DANGEROUS THAILAND CAN BE!], but there has been a horrific crime.

‘Two British people have been brutally murdered in an appalling fashion [AS OPPOSED TO AN APPEALING FASHION?], and the priority should be to ensure that justice is done. That should be the utmost priority.’

The Tory MP for Romford added: ‘It is not appropriate to make these sort of comments. It’s a holiday resort – people do wear bikinis.

‘It is disrespectful to the victims and hugely insensitive to the family who have lost their daughter. Every time he opens his mouth this man seems to harm his tourist industry [THE IDIOT MP JUST FINISHED SAYING "It seems like there is deep concern about the effect on Thailand’s tourist industry" - SO WHICH IS IT!?].’

Nadhim Zahawi, a Tory MP who also sits on the foreign affairs committee, said General Prayuth’s comments were ‘very unfortunate’.

‘Women should not feel that they have to change the way they dress,’ he added.

Katie Russell, from Rape Crisis England and Wales, added: ‘These comments are hugely insensitive towards the victims in this case, their friends and families, and towards other victims and survivors of violent crime, as well as being completely inappropriate.

‘The responsibility for rape and murder lies solely with rapists and murderers.

‘To suggest that someone can invite such violence against themselves by how they dress fails to acknowledge this and undermines the seriousness of these terrible crimes.

‘The implication that only “beautiful” women can experience sexual violence also perpetuates the harmful myth that rape is about sexual desire and loss of control when precisely the opposite is true.

‘Rape is an act of violence that involves the abuse of power and control and has nothing to do with sexual attraction.’

[SO STUPID. WAR IS PEACE. FREEDOM IS SLAVERY. PROPAGANDA IS REALITY.]

Thai police have detained a number of Burmese workers for questioning [THAT WOULD PROBABLY BE ILLEGAL IF THE CRIME HAD HAPPENED IN THE U.K.] and quizzed British brothers Chris and Jimmy Ware [MAYBE FOR A GOOD REASON] after stopping them at Bangkok airport on Tuesday night.

But DNA found on Miss Witheridge’s body and a cigarette butt nearby did not match samples taken from three Westerners, including Chris, and nine migrant workers. Close friends of Mr Ware spoke yesterday of their fears that Thai police might be targeting him. One said: ‘The Thai police are going to stitch Chris up. Chris is my son’s best mate. They will try and blame it on anyone they can.’ [SOUNDS LIKE TYPICAL PIGS BEING PIGS TO ME. SAME AS IN BRITAIN.]

The Ware brothers were friends of Mr Miller and had been sharing a room with him in the £22-a-night Ocean View guest house on Koh Tao. They left the island after the tourists were battered to death in the early hours of Monday. [UNDERSTANDABLE/ ALSO UNDERSTANDABLE THAT THAI PIGS WOULD VIEW THEIR RUSH TO LEAVE AS POTENTIALLY SUSPICIOUS.]

Mr Miller, 24, an engineering student from Jersey, may have struggled with his attacker in the sea as he tried to defend Miss Witheridge, a post-mortem examination revealed yesterday.

He had wounds to his hand, indicating he had fought off the assailant, and severe blows to the head. He also had water in his lungs.

Miss Witheridge, 23, a language therapy student from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, had sex before she died but there was no sign that she was raped, according to the leaked forensic report. [SO WHY ALL THIS TALK ABOUT RAPE? THOUGH PERHAPS IT WAS AN ATTEMPTED RAPE THAT ENDED IN MURDER BECAUSE THE VICTIMS DIDN'T JUST SUBMIT, AS THEY HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO DO ALL THEIR LIVES. OR PERHAPS IT WAS A JUST A STRAIGHT ROBBERY ATTEMPT.]

Both holidaymakers were probably killed with a blood-stained hoe found near their semi-naked bodies on a beach just 100 yards from a party they had attended earlier that night. Tests are being carried out on blond hairs found in Miss Witheridge’s right hand, which suggest that she had contact with a Westerner.

The victims are believed to have met three nights before they were attacked while holidaying with separate groups of friends at Koh Tao’s Sairee beach resort. Thai police have given conflicting accounts of the focus of their investigation, but said they ‘cannot rule out’ the British brothers as potential suspects until they have the results of forensic examinations.

Photographs of Chris Ware being questioned show a cut on his right hand, but he is said to have satisfied officers the wound was old.

The 24-year-old carpenter, and Mr Miller grew up together on Jersey and had been friends for many years. Jimmy Ware, a 27-year-old plumber, worked in Australia before travelling around South-East Asia. He is a keen Thai boxer. Thai foreign affairs minister General Tanasak Patimapragorn yesterday wrote an open letter to Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond offering his ‘sincere condolences and sympathy’ to the families of Mr Miller and Miss Witheridge.

CCTV of British backpackers murder suspect seen running


THE BRUTALITY WHICH LURKS IN THAILAND'S TOURIST PARADISE
Thailand’s seemingly idyllic island resorts can spell danger to tourists, as the brutal murder of two British travellers illustrates only too clearly.

Glowing travel brochure descriptions of tranquil, turquoise waters, sandy beaches and jungle walks hide the fact that crime is a constant factor in this part of south-east Asia.

According to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, as many as 11 Britons have been murdered in Thailand since 2009.

In a 2012/13 new year’s eve party, Londoner Stephen Ashton, 22, was killed in a bar on Haad Rin beach on the Thai island of Koh Pha Ngan – a resort where the FCO warns of ‘vicious, unprovoked attacks by gangs’.

Officials say such attacks are particularly common around the time of full moon parties and generally occur late at night near bars in Haad Rin, the home of an infamous all-night, extravaganza of alcohol and dance music popular with tourists.

British visitors are also warned that violent assaults and robberies have been reported in the resort town of Chaweng in Koh Samui. Attacks have also occurred in other tourist districts including Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Krabi.

In July last year an American was stabbed to death, and his son seriously injured, in an attack in a bar in Krabi.

On crime generally, the FCO warns Britons to beware scams, pickpockets, bag-snatchers and credit card fraud. It has published lists of places where Britons needed consular assistance in the 12 months ending March 2014.

Taking into account the number of visits made by Britons to a country as well as the number of Britons living in that country, Thailand was second only to the Philippines in being the destination where Britons needed the most help.

There were 1,164 incidents of consular assistance, including 11 cases of rape and six of assault.

There were also 362 British deaths, almost all of them from natural causes.

LIFELONG FRIENDSHIP ENDS IN TRAGEDY

Christoper Ware and David Miller were lifelong friends whose travelling adventure turned into a deadly nightmare.

They grew up together in Jersey – along with Mr Ware’s older brother James – living just over a mile apart in quiet St Helier.

The 24-year-olds had been travelling together several times including a 2011 skiing trip to Val d’Isere, France.

On their dream trip, which was to be their last together, they planned to travel across south-east Asia after meeting up with James in Thailand last month.

Days before the tragedy, they can be seen enjoying nights out on the island of Koh Tao in pictures posted on Facebook.

On September 10, jokey shots show Mr Miller putting luminous body paint on Mr Ware at a beach party.

A friend asked if they were having a good time. Mr Ware, a carpenter, replied on September 12: ‘Yea man just been partying in Koh Phangan for the last week, got to Koh Tao to chill out for a few days and after that I shall see where the wind will take me. Not missing that building site one bit.’

Arran Higgins, 24, a hospital worker from St Clement, said last night: ‘I’m very good friends with Chris and Jimmy [James Ware]. Chris is a lovely bloke. He and Dave are best mates you see, they are brilliant friends and I don’t know what has happened.’

He added: ‘I’ve known them for years and they are brilliant people. If there’s anything I can do to help these boys I will help them out.’

Chris Ware attended Haute Vallee School in St Helier and was a member of Jersey’s youth assembly in 2005.

Another friend, Siobhan Philippe, said: ‘Chris is a very popular person on the island. They are all lovely people.

‘He is a decent guy and would never ever do anything. Dave would never screw over a friend and Ware is exactly the same.’

James Ware, known as Jimmy, travelled to Thailand last September from Bali, where he had been training in Muay Thai boxing.

The plumber, who has been travelling in Asia for several years, is a member of the Koh Yao Noi Muay Thai Gym.

The siblings’ mother Barbara, an advertising executive for the Jersey Evening Post, and decorator father Billy were being kept up to date by Jersey police at their home last night. The couple, originally from Stoke-on-Trent, went to Koh Samui with Chris to see James just before Christmas last year.

COMMENTS

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Contented, uk, United Kingdom

It's wrong what's happened to them and very sad.....but I agree with him! Some British have become so arrogant and don't show any respect for different cultures. Who do we think we are?? ! I feel ashamed to be English where I was once proud.

Quantum doobie, Brisbane, Australia

The prime minister's words are in extremely poor taste, I do wonder if the translation from Thai into English is completely accurate?? In any case, Thailand and its people are generally very welcoming and kind -and they have to put up with loads of obnoxious drunk tourists (mainly Brits and Australians). I am always so embarrassed when I'm visiting a temple and some loud-mouth yobbo girls are wearing teeny tiny skirts and halter necks and behaving entirely Inappropriately. There are signs asking visitors to cover their legs and shoulders, or, by reading a travel guide, one should understand that there are times and places where it is particularly important to behave modestly. I hope they find the murderer/s so that the families can find some peace and the media circus and bad publicity for Thailand can end.

excommando, Lancashire, United Kingdom

I'd much rather holiday in Europe, Australasia, America or South America than Thailand. Though these places often look and i'm sure are beautiful, there are equally if not better places only a short plane ride away from the UK. The PM of Thailand is an absolute disgrace.

[SOUTH AMERICA IS SAFER THAN THAILAND? HIGHLY DOUBTFUL.]

Hayley, London, United Kingdom

So he is blaming the victim for getting murdered by "inviting" it because of the way she was dressed!! But a guy was murdered also is he gonna start talking about the clothes he was wearing too? Didn't think so, what a idiot.

[RELEVANT IF THE GUY DEFENDED HER. THEREFORE, IDIOTIC COMMENT.]

Dolly, Herts, United Kingdom

Boycotting the place. Cancelled holiday to Thailand today. Hope rest do same

[I SERIOUSLY DOUBT THERE WAS ANY PLANNED HOLIDAY TO CANCEL. JUST ANOTHER STUPID FEMBOT. IS "DOLLY" ALSO GOING TO BOYCOTT URBAN ENGLAND? .. AND ROTHERHAM?]

admw, Oxford, United Kingdom

Tourists aren't safe in Thailand, says the Thai PM. Wonder if that'll make the holiday brochures?

Eric, Wales

Thailand is a wonderful country and have lovely people,but it has it's own culture the same as other countries have their own culture,number one in Thailand in any beach resort it is against the law for a female to be topless on a beach this is the law,but it is rarely enforced, the wearing of bikinis off the beach is not treated so likely,but the western people seem to disregard these laws either from ignorance or for not knowing the law,it is a shame that these two deaths have happened ,but this can happen in any country in the world,the Thai people are very poor and they have earn a livening the best way that they can,the western people usually really enjoy Thailand but return home to tell people of their adventures they have had,but on times they exaggerate on their experiences they have had and give the Thai people a bad name which they don't deserve they are normally a very fun loving peaceful people who are not used to the western ways. As a Thai will say I do not understand.

Philbello, Medellin, Colombia

If local laws forbid the wearing of bikinis I could understand the comment made, but it has no relevance at all in this case. 11 Brits killed in five years, time to look for other holiday destinations, especially as it appears that finding someone to blame is more important for the Thai Government than finding the offender.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2760012/Smearing-Britons-murdered-paradise-As-hunt-killers-descends-farce-Thai-prime-minister-insults-Western-girls.html

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