Beejoir, commenting on the above video, tweeted, "Listen to them cheering half way through."
Pointing to this Facebook page, Beejoir also tweets, "Arisman calling for violence and burning." The facebook page is a petition calling on the BBC to broadcast a video.
Here is the video. It depicts Arisman (Arisaman) Pongruangrong giving a speech. The video is dated March 17, 2010. The red leader anticipates the destruction of Bangkok ("I guarantee you Bangkok will immediately be turned into flame") and calls for people to rise up and the burn town halls and cities across Thailand ("If anything happen, no need to negotiate, gather at your provincial office burn your city as well"). Of course, that's exactly what happened on May 19.
The English-captioned version of the video has only been viewed about 600 times.
You may recall Arisman Pongruangrong. Also a popular singer, Arisman is the red shirt leader who, several weeks ago, managed a spectacular escape by a rope from the window of a hotel as Thai military forces laid siege to it.
Where is Arisman now? The NY Times reports that he may have been captured:
Thai news outlets reported that one of the more militant protest leaders, Arisman Pongruengrong, who is also a popular singer, fled the protest zone in disguise.... He was captured Wednesday evening by the police and taken to a military base outside Bangkok.According to the Washington Post, red shirt spokesman Sean Boonprasong confirms that Arisman has been captured.