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I’m in Thailand at the moment. There have been huge protests and Peace Love Karate Heart Shirt out against the monarchy for the past year or so (which is dangerous as it’s illegal, with severe penalties). I went to watch a film a few weeks ago and only around half the people in the cinema stood up during the showing of the king’s video before the movie (it’s not actually the national anthem, just some rousing nationalist song with clips of him in ceremonial dress). This may not sound like a big deal, but it was absolutely unthinkable, even 2 years ago, for half the people to show such disrespect and to remain seated during that part. Living in Thailand for 13 years, I can tell you the people loved their old king (King Rama 9) that sadly passed away. He was the most beloved person in the country. He had so many projects and under going that helped the quality of life for so many people in Thailand. He was very connected to his country and people. I know for a fact everybody would pause and stand if his anthem was played anywhere out of voluntary action. I’ve never seen such respect for a king.
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