Volthai

Volthai is the nom de plume of Thailand's second best satirist.
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The Siam Satirist: Thai netizens angry over first New York Times article they’ve read in 10 years

Thai social media users took to multiple online platforms this week to express their displeasure over a New York Times article about...

Siamese Satirist: Thai generals make fun of General Mark Milley for apologizing to the public; saying military should not be involved in politics

Thai generals past and present have joined together to mock US General Mark Milley for apologising to the public for taking part...

The Siamese Satirist: United States, Trump to defund police after massive Instagram protests

US President Donald Trump announced on Friday that the federal government and all the state governments have agreed to defund the country's...

The Siamese Satirist: Rohingya refugees consider careers in sports and entertainment to gain Thai middle-class support

As the world's most persecuted minority group, having faced exile and genocide at the hands of the Myanmar government, Rohingya communal leaders...

The Siam Satirist: Government to disband Thailand’s National Anti Corruption Commission after Prawit acquittal

Thailand's government decided on Monday to disband the country's highest anti-corruption body after a ruling on Saturday which found Deputy Prime Minister...

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Singha says it will sue protesters for defamation

Boon Rawd Brewery, the parent company of Singha Beer, said that it plans on suing protesters for defamation after social media posts...

Opinion: Making outlandish statements hinders more than helps the student movement

On Monday, during a pro-democracy protest in front of the army's 11th regiment, protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak made the following claim.

Opinion: It is time for the students to embrace conservatism and not modern liberalism

For the past five months, Thailand's students have taken to the streets to demand change. They have called on the government, and...

The Big Interview: Uncle Statue

For the past five moths, pro-democracy protests have taken place throughout the country with regular rallies in Bangkok and the surrounding areas....