Tuesday, February 01, 2005

It's about time!

The King did it again. I really have no respect for the bastard and his murdering son but enough is enough. Listen people, the political parties charged with running Nepal over the last 10 years have done nothing but enhance the power of the Maoists and pad their own pockets. There is no, repeat, NO government entity or office that has a reasonable level of operational competance in Nepal. NONE!

Gyenendra, no matter how unpopular, can do no worse than the idiots in place now. I'm tired of people who say that democracy must be preserved at all costs. Well, democracy is a delicate system that requires the trust of its citizens and, above all, the rule of law to make it effective. Nepal has neither. After 10 years of government corruption and Maoist atrocities, the Nepalis would not tolerate a repressive, totalitarian monarchy- the king knows this.

Let this king do his thing and clean up the country for a while- it's better than the last 10 years
of a democracy experiment that ended in corruption and failure.


At 6:12 AM, February 04, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, there is a phrase for people like you..its called "sick bastards, who sit thousands of miles away and make a smart ass out of themselves without knowing anything".

What do you know about the 400 years of feudal monarchy in Nepal that you complain about 10 years of democracy?Have any of your faimily or friends been killed during those 400 years,inclusive of 30 years of panchayat, by the then regime for dissenting ??I guess not.So you dont know anything about the shit you are talking about.

Democracy is not an event it is a process and 10 years is too short a period to judege its merits.Can you name the making of one democracy without corruption ? Does not imply that corruption is needed for democracy!

Democracy is not about its leaders, it is about the people and foremost their civial liberties.

You says the take over is better that the last ten years, how many of that ten years did you spend in Nepal and how many days do you plan to spend in Neapl under the new regime. Try spending 10 days without a phone and internet and try only reading newspapers full of right wing propaganda.Perhaps your wise brains will be enlightened. And you will realize what you have lost.

If you think there are no offices with operational competence in Nepal, have you tried establishing one yourself in Nepal or why don't you go and try establishing one rahter than complain about people who have tried to do that.

"Those idiots", you prefer to call them, have spent a lifetime resetablising democracy in Nepal, and wasted many of their youthful years in prisons......try doing that for a week yourself....and you will realise if you are really a wise guy.

You want to continue ...go ahead and I will fucking contradict every word that you have against democracy in Nepal !

At 1:31 PM, February 04, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

Thank you for your comments,

Criticism is your right in this forum, but my committment to the ideals of democracy should not be questioned. Let's get something straght right now, "Democracy" as practiced in Nepal was never more than a shield to hide the corruption of government officials. Bhai, you sound like a westerner who immediately recoils whenever anything remotely referred to as a democracy is threatened. We lazy foreigners tend to fall lock-step behind the word "democracy" without first checking to see if one actually exists under the term.

A true democracy is a fragile, tenuous system built on the Rule of Law and on public trust. Were any of these things ever present during the rule of Deuba? How about Girija Babu?

I understand and agree with the sense of frustration you feel; I've heard it many times from mero Nepali saatis. It's nice to be angry sometimes- criticize those you perceive to be foreigners and their foreign opinions and hubris. But what are you prepared to do about it?

Are you organizing your own political movement to change things you don't like in Nepal, or are you content to point fingers at foreigners and stew in your anger?

Blogdai has heard all this ranting before; let me know when you yourself are prepared to start a free and actually democratic society in Nepal and you will have blogdai's 100% support and friendship. Until then, don't waste my time. Get busy bahine.

At 11:40 PM, February 05, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They ended up in Jail but not with their will??

They ended up in Jail for 15 or whatever f... years but they also pushed back Nepal into more than those years backward.. Cause they were murkhas. If they were smart, then they would be ruling by now and making the country better..

SO long Buddy for your patriotism... Too much of everything is bad..

Jai Nepal

At 4:02 PM, February 06, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally agree with you. King is the only person that can clean up the mess. Other politicians, from time and time again has sided with Maoist to topple ruling government or create more chaos.
Hope the Maoist situation is resolved soon.

At 8:09 AM, February 07, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

Yes and look what's happening. Already Maoists and Political parties are flirting. They've done it before, the'll do it again. -=blogdai


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