Earlier this month I mentioned Dr. Tul Sitthisomwong, a lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine at Chulalongkorn University, and Leader of the “Network of Citizen Volunteers Protecting the Land” aka the Multicolor Shirts.
Well, he’s at it again. This time Dr. Tul is trying to get Yingluck Shinawatra, Pheu Thai Party's top party list candidate and current leader in most polls, disqualified. How un-democratic!
Make no mistake about it, Dr. Tul and the Multicolor Shirts are just camouflaged Yellow Shirts. Dr. Tul was once appointed by the People’s Alliance for Democracy to sit on the Committee of the Strength of Land on 24 July 2008, according to a July 2008 PAD statement.
Dr. Tul is also the definitive expert on Thai genetics which explains the PAD’s campaign signs.
Evidently, Dr. Tul uses “The Island of Dr. Moreau” as a textbook to teach genetics to the Yellow Shirts.
Dr. Tul has many other wacky views on Thai DNA. He once gave a speech in which he said that speaking as a doctor, love for the country and the king was embedded only in Thais’ DNA, not that of other peoples. “It was a pity that many Thais had mutated and did not have the love for the king in their DNA and should not be called Thai,” he said.
It is believed that members of the Multicolor Shirts and Yellow Shirts have a genetic disorder called Torsonic Polarity Syndrome or TPS. In layman’s term: “They have buttocks where their heads should be.” Their DNA has mutated by watching ASTV and reading Manager and now they should not be called Thai. The term “Buttheads” is more appropriate.