Patrick WinnNovember 26, 2013 09:18
BANGKOK — By midnight, protesters weary from invading Thailand’s Finance Ministry were sprawled on its polished tile floors. Those still coming down from their adrenaline highs chatted in whispers. But most slept off the day’s raid: in chairs beneath the ministerial seal, on manicured grass or curled up beneath a giant statues of elephants. Their protest stylings evoke a freedom march. Yet their rhetoric suggests the protesters are actually fighting for less democracy, not more of it.