Free Graphic for Democracy student group spread protest flyers at one of most Yellow University

One of Thailand’s most Yellow of all Thai university, Srinakharinwirot University, saw a group of students, calling themselves “Free Graphic for Democracy” spreading flyers, calling for an end to martial law and end to restrictions to freedom of expression in Thailand against those who thinks differently, Matichon reported (Source).

During the Neo Fascist, Suthep, protest to shut-down Bangkok, the Srinakharinwirot University galvanized 1,000s of its students, on some days, to march out of the university, to join the Neo-Fascist, Suthep’s “Blockade” of Bangkok. Suthep, later said, he and the then, Army Chief, Prayuth, together, were working together to destabilized Thailand, for a coup. Prayuth is now Thailand’s Dictator. Suthep also said he spent about US$50 million to topple Yingluck.
University History

Srinakharinwirot University was developed from two institutions: The Advanced Teacher Training School, founded in 1949 and the College of Education, founded in 1953. In 1974, it was named Srinakharinwirot University.
The Advanced Teacher Training School

Srinakharinwirot University has a long history, having been founded in the Post –World War II period of recovery from the war terror, economic and social problems. The newly founded the United Nations aimed to unite and coordinate countries in many aspects, including education which resulted in the global advancement of intellect. The Advanced Teacher Training School under the Ministry of Education, was established on April 28, 1949, on Prasarnmit road, Bangkok, with an emphasis on education for professional teachers. At that time, education science was still new for Thai society, which was expanding and lacked professional teachers. The Advanced Teacher Training School started offering a certificate for elementary and secondary school teachers. Professor M.L. Pin Malakul, the Permanent Secretary, the Ministry of Education, was the founder of the Advanced Teacher Training School, and played a vital role in education both in the College of Education and Thai society

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