The 'men in black' were real. Who was behind them? We'll never know for sure. Some questions are just too dangerous to answer, says columnist Voranai. | Bangkok Post: opinion

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The mysterious men in black

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When analysing politics we should connect the dots as far as the dots (or our intellect) go, rather than stop at whichever dot satisfies our moral righteousness and ignore the rest. And we should be mindful of imaginary dots 

But sometimes we stop connecting because we know the next dot could have a dangerous domino effect.

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