The political satire "1984" written by the British writer George Orwell has a cloud: "Whoever controls the past controls the future; whoever controls the present controls the past", which means that the interpretation of history is controlled by today's people. Whoever interprets the history can decide or change the future, and "who" is "who"? The famous American novelist Dan Brown said in his book "The Da Vinci Code" that "History is always written by the winners" ” (history is written by the victors), i.e., it makes clear that the “winners” are “who”.
The "winner" in today's Thai political arena is undoubtedly the current Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha. Prayut's philosophy of governance is exactly "whoever controls the military controls the government, and whoever controls the government photo background removing controls the people." What kind of Thailand's "past" shaped the "present" of Prime Minister Prayuth? Perhaps we can gain insight into the turmoil in Thailand's political situation from the six political events that took place in "Ten Years of Thailand" (2011-2020). reasons, so as to predict the possible future development. 2011 Centennial Floods in Thailand The 2011 floods in Thailand that killed more than 700 people began in May of that year and became more serious after the rainy season began in July. Nearly one-third of Thailand's territory, including Bangkok, was submerged, resulting in disasters in 63 of the 77 provinces.
More than 10 million people were affected, and the economic development of Thailand's agriculture, industry, and tourism industries was severely affected. The Thai government originally estimated that the GDP could be increased. The 6% growth rate was diluted by the biggest flood in a century. The heavy rain that lasted for nearly 4 months (July-October) even filled all 8 reservoirs in the Chao Phraya River Basin. Due to the inability of the reservoirs to perform their original storage functions, and the need for continuous flood discharge due to the full water level, and the flat terrain in the lower reaches of the river, the rainstorm wa