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Lessons from history
Re: "Govt jab management fails to hit home," (Opinion, June 14).
Masks no hardship
The anti-lockdown people are really getting desperate in airing their concerns. It is not clear how, why, or if Covid-19 cases are higher in Democrat than Republican states.
Ultras vs zombies
Re: "Calls for blood must be nipped in bud," (Opinion, June 12).
Graft fight tools needed
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's welcome and strong anti-corruption words must be backed by action...
Let's clear the air
As a way of highlighting the government's commitment to wealth and not health I would like to bring public attention to several recent articles printed in your fine newspaper.
MR Disnadda Diskul states Thailand can show a strong foundation to counter the world drug problem - but it has not countered Thailand's drug problem.
People have been promised better politics at every election, but no party or leader has actually cared for the quality of the minds of the electorate.
It's not unusual
This brutality against visitors is just one of the daily reports of tourists being murdered, robbed, stabbed, beaten and ripped off in Thai resorts.
Tiger by the tail
By giving a zoo licence to the Kanchanaburi wat, the Parks Department puzzles many Buddhists who wonder whether every temple can branch out as a business.
Phra Dammajayo's warrant
The 300 plus comments criticising the DSI on <i>Bangkok Post</i>'s Facebook post, mostly written in English by Thais, show an obviously orchestrated campaign.