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Hi, dad. Where have you been? Why didn’t you answer my calls? My phone died. What do you want to talk to me about? Don’t you know anything at all? Know what? The answer you gave in the interview room. You made people upset. Ah! That. Don’t you feel bad about it at all? Are you even listening to me? I am and I don’t think my answer caused any trouble. Tell me what your answer was. If UNESCO excluded Thailand from being nominated for a world heritage site due to human rights issues within the country, as a diplomat, how would you explain it to people? I said, we must first admit that there are human rights violations happening. Take the blame and quickly solve the problem. Then we may re-nominate later. Otherwise, being a world heritage site means nothing. You said, we must speak the truth. That’s not going to work. You must say Thai principles are in accordance with international norms.
Our justice system is fair for all parties. But Dad, your answer is devoid of truth. I can’t say that. White, listen to me. We are not judges who can decide who is right or wrong. Diplomats must put the country’s best interest first. That’s your duty. But Dad, in order to contain the best interests of the country, we must also consider the principle of humanity. A nation is built by its people. You don’t understand. I get it now. I failed, didn’t I? You passed. What you said was right. But it was too blunt. The juries like you though. They think you’re brave. If you’re some other guy, they would flunk you. Some other guy? But I’m your son. That’s how I passed. Other people work so hard to get here. But you use your connections. There are no connections. Don’t talk about the ministry like that. This, the thing you’re doing, is connection.
It’s cheating. One of the juries is the person you introduced me to over dinner. Don’t talk about my friend like that. You’ve gone too far, White. White, where are you going? White! White, come back and talk to me. White! You finally came. Yeah. Are you in trouble? I can see it on your face. It’s fine if you don’t want to talk. You can vent it out over there. (Everyone competes, one way or another.) (No one wants to lose.) (Because I was born with privileges, I’m closer to the finish line than others.) (The rules are clearly unfair.) (I’m angry for not seeing I’ve always been part of the problem.) Auntie. Is my order ready? Coming up next. Just a moment. Thank you. Dance of the privileges. At Tawi’s sports stadium? Don’t follow me if you want no regrets. Black will share the room with you. It’s okay. I can crash somewhere else. Don’t you even think you will get to stay comfortably.
What are you gonna do to me?
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