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Our future rests in our ability to unite

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We should challenge the system and change it out of desire for the better. The task of nation-building should not be based on hatred and fear. 

From analysing to criticising and even to condemning the prime minister and the Pheu Thai government _ to protesting against the Mae Wong Dam project, the rice pledging scheme, the two trillion baht borrowing scheme _ and more: We need to critique and rally as concerned groups and individuals who want a better future for this country.

We shouldn't be critiquing and protesting as yellow or multi-colour shirts, or with Guy Fawkes masks on, or as any sort of rabid anti-government group or individual who _ rather than being motivated by doing good for Thailand _ are instead driven by hatred and fear of Thaksin Shinawatra and his political machine.

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