Wednesday, January 05, 2005

A lucky guess

Well, it looks like India's paper "The Statesman" actually got something right. In their January 5 edition they claim that " Since the Nepali Congress is solely responsible for throwing the country into chaos through its chronic infighting, it must make amends by setting its house in order. " Lucky guess. India usually take a tone of aloof condescension when dealing with all things Nepali, so this dead-on commentary is surprisingly insightful.

It is clear to most in Nepal that Girija Koirala and the Nepali Congress party have not only lost direction, but use democracy as some sort of a shield by which all types of corruption are allowed. The king needs to take over for a while and throw these bums out.


At 10:44 PM, February 03, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

well the king has certainly taken your wise idea of "take over".."for a while"? that I bet you dont know...the last take over lasted 30 congratulations and welcome to the medevial ages, be a loyal subject and lick his ass if you so prefer !

At 2:47 PM, February 04, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

A little hint saati, no one will ever go back to the middle ages again. You can't close a country that isn't already closed, like North Korea. There is an established, albeit struggling western-style economy in Kathmandu that Nepalis and the world will not allow to be recinded. Too much attention and too many ways to get the word out through too many weak border crossings. The king will be given plenty of rope and the world will allow him to go only so far.


At 11:10 AM, February 07, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luck guess for you but unlucky for Nepal and its people.

At 12:46 AM, May 24, 2006, Anonymous Hulaki-X said...

well done blogdai.


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