He said such calendars had been distributed at Thammasat University and the Constitutional Court and in Udon Thani and Ubon Ratchathani provinces. A woman accused of handing out the calendars had a surprise visit at her home from soldiers the day before. There were reports that she was asked to delete photos of the calendars from the social media but she refused. Rather than gaining the public’s support, intimidation of citizens only deepens the bitterness towards the military and its political allies. Voters are recalling a similar episode a couple of years ago when pro-Thaksin calendars and even traditional water bowls bearing his likeness were seized.
Source: The Nation Bangkok November 07, 2018 18:00 UTC