Hmm, let's see: Sujata Koirala flees Nepal to Delhi and miraculously, anti-king demonstrations flare up in Delhi's streets.
Hmm, let's see again: Sujata visits New York and miraculously, Nepal's former UN representative Murari Raj Sharma, who was in New York at the same time, next turns up at an anti-monarchy, pro "democracy" rally in Washington.
Hmm, one more time: Sujata is spotted sitting quietly in the back of that same rally in Washington.
Blogdai is not saying outright that the Washington rally was bought and paid for by Sujata as was stated in this week's Ghorkapatra http://freenepal.org:8080/FreeNepal/action/discussion.do;jsessionid=C051C0F44CB1DC62CA9089557C416769?currentContentId=88 but it is quite curious that wherever this woman travels, "spontaneous" demonstrations against the King seem to spring up.
This is a pattern we all know from Kathmandu. Whenever our pampered Koirala clan does not get their way, some group hits the streets in protest. Usually, it has been Nepali students. Let's face it, there was never enough money or will power in Nepal's student culture alone to stick up for NC's political maneuvers; but there they were, well-organized and well-funded with matching signs and banners. Let's be clear, the Nepali Congress Party paid for all of the student protests--shiny banners and all. So, why should we all be surprised to find this same sort of demonstration following in the wake of Sujata's travels?
Let's see where the mistress of chaos lands next in the world. blogdai bets that a well-funded protest can't be far behind.