The fight tearing the country in two
Talk of establishing a separate red shirt state is only intensifying to the north of Bangkok as the political crisis lingers on By Chaiyot Yongcharoenchai
Since the crackdown on the red shirts at Bangkok's Ratchaprasong intersection almost four years go, the once-cheerful Lung Gong has become a jittery man, jumping at the sound of a car backfiring or a firecracker being let off.
FOR THE LOVE OF ONE MAN: pro-Thaksin red shirt supporters came from the North and Northeast for a mass rally at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok last year.
He walks around shirtless at all times, paranoid and fearful that any colour of clothing could make him a target of the authorities.
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