Former PM Thaksin has proven to be, by far, the most controversal Thai person of modern times. Even a completely factual rendition of his episodes would read like a farce. This text is peppered with satirical comedic skits based upon actual events and quotes from Mister "I'm through with Politics" Thaksin. Included are alleged conversations between the former caretaker-PM and his closest people, the all-dialogue parody listens in to words shared with the man’s former wife, his son, and his stable of well paid attorneys. The reader can decide whether the man, who proclaimed publicly; "the UN is not My father," is hitting on all cylinders, and to what extent he and his family and friends were entwined with the Pattaya and Bangkok riots of 2009, and the Red Demonstrations of Spring 2010, which commandeered a large section of Bangkok for two months, behind a barrier of sharpened bamboo spikes planted in petrol soaked truck tires.