US-Funded “NGOs” Panic as Thailand Prepares New NGO Transparency Law


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Thailand is passing a new NGO law that will require greater transparency from nongovernmental organizations. However, these organizations are resisting the bill despite wide public support for it – clearly because they have much to hide.

I discuss how many of these “NGOs” are in fact funded by foreign governments and engaged in sedition – how they have actively covered up their funding and their true agenda while posing disingenuously as “independent media” or “human rights” organizations.


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Bangkok Post – NGOs vow to stop bill policing their activities:

Prachatai – About Prachatai:

Prachatai – Transparency essential for democracy campaigner (2011):

National Endowment for Democracy (NED) – Board of Directors:

The Guardian – US diplomat convicted over Iran-Contra appointed special envoy for Venezuela:

NED – Thailand 2020:

NED – Fellows, Chiranuch Premchaiporn (Prachatai executive director):

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