Sunday, April 15, 2012

Thaksin sings 'Let it Be' to signal his 'home-coming' this year

It was a great sing-song session of the red-shirts headed by former Premier Thaksin Shinawatra from Seam Reap of Cambodia last night.

Almost in tears with joy, Thaksin told his supporters that he was sure he could come home this year "because it's an auspicous year -- the year when Her Majesty the Queen turns 80 and the Crown Prince is 60 years old."

He then sang a song whose message was: Let it be (if some people don't want to join the reconciliation process).

Cambodian Premier Hun Sen had put up a tight security around Thaksin and no doubt, as they say, he painted the whole town red.

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