Thailand's leader in the United Nations alliance saw his leadership being shortened by a military coup? Does this ask the question? This means that the new government, whoever it is, will run and then go after every child sex scene.
It is time for the country to try to stop this question, as it is a contempt. If the new government exits sexual slave children and stops this sexual tourism from child harassment, such as patients, then maybe that's a good thing. What a terrible deal would be if your country became known to chicks, perverts, and child abusers around the world that citizens paid money for sex tourism? And as this continues, the United Nations has already kicked them out of the group, or did something like that? How can the world sit and leave it on? I do not know about you, but I would certainly like to see whether or not this military coup storms these facilities and closes them or commits them firmly. the former leader if they are re-deployed to power later to take care of this problem. One night, in Bangkok, he is doing a tough guy, but one evening of one of the sex slavery of one of the children is unacceptable. Consider this in 2006.
Source by Lance Winslow