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Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz

Rudin Flunkie Insults Protestors Demanding Hospital Coward No Name - YouTube

Bill Rudin flunkie to cowardly to give his name.PROTEST AGAINST BILL RUDIN AND RUDIN MANAGEMENTDate : Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time : Show up at 6:00 p.m. We will be there from 6.00 - 7.30PMPlace : Gotham Hall, 1356 Broadway @36th StreetPlease come to Broadway and 36th Street at 6:00 p.m. tonight: Note: Bill Rudin is being honored for his donations to the fight against AIDS, and also the volunteer work members of his family did. However, he's tearing down St. Vincent's Hospital that was historically great in treating AIDS patients. Please join us at this important event. Show up the hypocrisy he has in accepting this award. This will also highlight our need for a hospital. A lot of exciting things are happening in this campaign.Here is a link to the website for Gotham Hall--a very fancy place. We'll stand out in front. We'll have banners, etc. Bring any signs you have.http://www.gothamhallevents.com/index... - textalyzer.xyz

Full Report: Protestors Stop The EDL Laying Flowers In Sheffield

Members of the EDL wanted to lay flowers at the cenotaph in Barker's Pool in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Over 300 people, including members of Unite Against Facism, had already surrounded it, stopping them from getting near it. Police kept the two opposing groups apart during a two hour stand off. - textalyzer.xyz

Thaskin TV address plus protestors lay wreath at his office

AP Television 1. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra walking into TV studio 2. Thaksin arrives and sits down at TV set3. Pan from Thaksin through camera viewfinder to wide shot of studio 4. Close up Thaksin 5. Press surrounding studio set, pan to Thaksin Channel 116. Interviewer asking Thaksin a question 7. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "If I am not a prime minister anymore, and the country gets better, please tell me, and please let me know how I will reconcile everyone. If it's better to reconcile without me, I can tell 16 million people who voted for me that (the national reconciliation) committee considers me stepping down will be more beneficial for the country. So I would apologise to them that I need to go." 8. Wide shot interview 9. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "Whether I will return or not is my own decision. But today, if national reconciliation will really take place (without me), which is problematic, and it happens under a democratic framework. I will be happy with that." 10. Wide shot interview AP Television ++ NIGHTSHOTS ++ 11. Journalists outside studio 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Prime Minister "I try my best"Q: You think it is different this time, with no opposition party? A: "We will try our best in every way, ok" 13. Thaksin walking away 14. Wide exterior of Channel 11 TV building 15. Wide shot Thai flag flying on official building 16. Close up Thai flag 17. Various of protestors watching Thaksin on TV 18. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's not true. It's impossible. It seems like he is trying to stay. He tries to use many reasons for not stepping down. After listening to him I feel that it's not what the majority wants. 17. SOUNDBITE (Thai) Vox pop (no name given) "It's difficult that people will accept his decision that he'll do it in this way or in that way." 18. Wide shot protestors watching Thaksin on TV AP Television 19. Protesters carrying mock funeral wreath to Thai Rak Thai party office 20. Close-up wreath, tilt up to protesters 21. Protesters laying wreath 22. Protesters burning paper flowers, tilt up to media 23. Burning flowersSTORYLINE Thailand's prime minister said on Monday that his party won more than half of the popular vote in a weekend election boycotted by the opposition over corruption allegations, exceeding a threshold he had set before the balloting for staying in office.Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra also offered to resign if asked to do so by a neutral national reconciliation committee that he offered to appoint in order to end a political crisis fuelled by weeks of anti-government protests.Thaksin said he was willing to set up a committee of three former prime ministers, three former supreme court chairmen and three former heads of Parliament to represent different points of view in the political crisis, which stems from demands by his critics that he step down because of alleged corruption and abuse of power.He said his Thai Rak Thai party received more than 50 percent of the popular vote in Sunday's election, although its vote total declined from last year's total.Thaksin had vowed before the polls to step down if his party received less than 50 percent of the votes cast.Speaking on a talk show on government-operated TV Channel 11, Thaksin said his party received 16 million, or 57 percent out of 28 million votes cast.The Election Commission has not yet released comprehensive official vote totals.Thaksin said his party last year received 19 million votes - a figure he has frequently cited as legitimising his rule.You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/you... Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork - textalyzer.xyz