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This protest movement has all the makings of a “revolution”. And by chanting slogans hostile to the king and the monarchy, the demonstrators, who have been occupying the streets and universities of Bangkok since this summer, have crossed a line.
For the first time in the country's history, the monarchy is being publicly criticized and disavowed. And, through it, the critics are aimed at King Rama X. Angry and cruel, the sovereign is now being blamed for most of the evils that brought the country to its knees. Since the Covid crisis, tourism and the economy have grinded to a halt.
Like thousands of other high school and university students, Fleur joined the protests very early on to end the military dictatorship and reform the monarchy. This student of literature and political science became one of the leaders of a movement without hierarchy, inspired by the anti-CCP revolt born in Hong Kong.