Monday, November 16, 2009
Reference: Three years and counting, Bangkok Post Spectrum, November 15, 2009
Thailand's mistreatment of the Hmong refugees in Phetchabun and Nong Khai and its inexplicably headstrong refusal to allow resettlement in third countries (Three years and counting, Bangkok Post Spectrum, November 15, 2009) surely constitute a kind of crime against humanity for which the country will pay dearly in the court of karma if nowhere else. Thailand's current state of internal strife and foreign relations turmoil may be the karma principle at work. Please do unto others as you would have others do unto you.