"Let's Kill Some More Teachers" Strategy Page, December 3, 2012 (thanks to John)December 3, 2012: The Islamic terrorism in the south continues. In the last eight years over 11,000 attacks have killed 5,000 people and wounded more than 9,000. While the number of incidents per month has declined over the last few years, efforts to negotiate with the Islamic terror groups have proved impossible. [...]
December 2, 2012: In the south (Pattani) several hundred schools were reopened after being closed for a week so that teacher security could be upgraded. In the last eight years 154 teachers have been killed and 151 wounded in the south. Most of these casualties were Buddhists, who are now paid bonuses to teach in the south. [...]
November 30, 2012: In the south a roadside bomb killed a soldier and wounded five others.
November 26, 2012: Some 300 schools were closed in the south in response to teacher demands that security be improved for the staff.
November 24, 2012: About 12,000 royalist (“yellow shirt”) demonstrators assembled in the capital but were confronted by 17,000 police. The demonstration was considered a failure. Last year the low-level civil war that has been going on for the last six years ended. [...]
November 22, 2012: In the south (Pattani), two gunmen shot to death the principal of a school. This caused 40 schools in the district to suspend classes as teachers called for an upgrade in their security.
November 21, 2012: In the south (Narathiwat province) a roadside bomb went off, wounding two soldiers and a civilian. Train service resumed after being suspended for three days because of a bomb that cut the main track. Elsewhere in the south another bomb was found and disarmed.
November 20, 2012: In the south two roadside bombs were spotted by local civilians, reported, and disarmed by military engineers. The remote control bombs were apparently meant for an army patrol that uses the road.
November 18, 2012: In the south (Narathiwat province) a bomb on the tracks, near a railroad station, went off and damaged a train. Two cars were derailed. Nearby Islamic terrorists opened fire, and when the attack was all over three guards were dead and 34 people wounded.
November 15, 2012: In the south two civilians were killed, apparently by Islamic terrorists. One was a village leader, the other was a rubber plantation worker.