Volthai

Volthai is the nom de plume of Thailand's second best satirist.
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Siamese Satirist: Pakistanis and Gulf emigres question stop anti-asian violence campaigns

Emigres from Pakistan and the Arabian Gulf that have settled in the United States are puzzled by an ongoing, viral campaign to stop "hate...

Opinion: Suspension of AstraZeneca jab should be pricking Prayut’s conscience over vaccine sourcing

It does not come as a surprise that the government of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has once again taken the country to the brink...

The Siamese Satirist: The Wuhan Virus probably started in Denmark

Having investigated the origins of the Covid-19, scientists from across Asia are now saying that the pandemic probably originated from the European Country of...

Opinion: India vaccines revelation means the government must be scrutinized

As more revelations continue to be made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we are beginning to realize how badly the government of 2014...

Opinion: The government needs to prioritize its people over profit in the march towards a vaccine

Each passing week seems to bring a new low in the ongoing mismanagement of the affairs of Thailand at the hands of the government...

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 fruit.The...

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 in a...

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 police force...

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 told The...

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 Prawit Wongsuwan...

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