Re: Why Suthep, Prayut slowly drifted apart, The Nation, January 21, 2019
Two humble and selfless servants of the people. I am sure they will find some way to get along.
Now they are turning their back on each other after all the good times. Breaking my heart.
One man suffering “Relevance Deprivation Syndrome” is not talking with another who has the symptoms but is yet to develop the full-blown syndrome. Maybe when they both have developed the full syndrome, they can get together and talk about the old times when they felt they mattered.
“…The veteran politician, meanwhile, appears to be in a difficult position – suffering from an image problem and being criticised for going back on his word of staying away from politics.”
He is a snake, a bad man; hope we never hear anything about this guy.
Suthep probably feels cheated by his former buddy. After all, he and the general planned the coup and Suthep choreographed the demonstrations that would give the general an excuse to hijack the government. Afterwards, it seems the general refused to give Suthep a place at the trough and laughed all the way to the bank. Oh well...life sucks and then you die.
Unfortunately the guy seems to never disappear. I agree 100 per cent this is someone Thailand can do without.
Just makes one want to cry. Two divisive friends not getting on.