My girlfriend and I went to the skyscraper in Bangkok where the Swedish embassy is, to pick up her “2 year permit to stay card” for Sweden. She was called to an interview at the same place some months ago for an interview, and just a couple of hours after the interview they called and told her that it is approved. The funny thing about this is that the agency we hired claims the average waiting time for those permits is one year! She is also involved in a Facebook group where other Thai people discuss Swedish visas and permits, and all of those in that group have waited for a long time, some up to two years.
Before this we promised eachother that if she do not get the permit, we will go to every agency involved and surround every place with orgonites. It may have something to do with it. Gare also told me that his wife also got her visa for Canada in a very smooth manner, when everyone else had a big trouble getting a Canada visa from Thailand.
When we came out from the embassy Plaza, which by the way is formed as a pyramid with cut-off edges in the cross-section of the building, I felt obvious surveillance. Guards were acting strange, following us, avoiding eye contact and other tell-tale signs. Of course I had orgonite with me, and at one point i tried to hide a TB at a not-so-good spot, realised in a couple of seconds that it could easily be found and went back two metres to pick it up. As I bend down to pick it up I see a white European guy walking towards me looking at me with his black eyes. When I grabbed the TB and got on my feet again, that guy were standing next to me, pretending to fiddle with his smartphone. I looked at my girlfriend who was waiting for me 10 metres away, and she asked me “did you see that guy?”. The guy instantly started walking fast away from us, and I managed to take a picture of him from behind. Next time I will be faster with the camera.