Thursday, December 01, 2005

The Babbling Barometer











Madhav Kumar Nepal

WHO was the first to announce that the parties will no longer talk to the King?
WHO was the first to say that a Maoist alliance might be possible (Feb.)?
WHO first mentioned that representatives of the parties might be talking to Maoists?
WHO was the first to announce a Party/Maoist agreement?

And now, who is threatening the use of violence against the King, now that he has the Maoists behind him?

That's right, Madhav Kumar Nepal. The little elf with the big mouth. He just can't keep his pie-hole shut. He shouts for political relevance by constantly outing the plans of the 7-party alliance before they are announced publicly.

This is a telling pattern. So what should we make of his new tough-guy threats against the government? We hinted at this before in this blog (See: "I don't want to think about it"), so let's just get it out on the table now:

The Maoists and the Parties have no intention of reaching a peaceful compromise with the King. They are combining their resources for a forceful takeover.

There, said it. Blogdai will be at the big demonstration tomorrow and get the deeper word.

-=blogdai

8 Comments:

At 12:17 PM, December 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

lau ta Blogdai, Good luck for the big demonstration tomorrow (today).

 
At 9:19 PM, December 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogdai,

How come you are going to the demonstration? I thought you (including all in civil servants) were required to be present to welcome King G.

Ashish

 
At 1:29 AM, December 02, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

POW! BIFF! SOCK! ZOWEE!

Take that, Blogdai!

naagboy

 
At 1:51 AM, December 02, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

You crack me up Naag,

Actually, I thought it quite clever.

Had a nice chat today at the demonstration; details soon.

-=blogdai

 
At 8:20 AM, December 02, 2005, Anonymous El Diablo said...

Blogdai,
Looks like MaKuNe and his band of commies are up to no good once again.

They are steadfast on having a "regime change" whatever the consequence or cost to the nation. For them, it doesn't matter if we are a sovereign nation or not as long as they get to relish the spoils of power.

Ke Garne?

 
At 3:06 PM, December 02, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Maoists and the Parties have no intention of reaching a peaceful compromise with the King. They are combining their resources for a forceful takeover."

Naturally. This is what should be. But I never heard such an absurd argument that "they are combining resources for a forceful takeover." Forceful against whom and what? Is this country Gyane's property that party should make a "forceful" takeover?

Say it clear and loud: People will send Gyane and Paras to where they rightfully belong - nice graveyards.

 
At 4:00 AM, December 04, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Must say BD, I too am a bit surprised by your statement:

"The Maoists and the Parties have no intention of reaching a peaceful compromise with the King. They are combining their resources for a forceful takeover."

Well, the bit about combining for a forceful takeover. Care to expound?

However, I wouldn't go as far as Anonymous in implying it's the most absurd statement going. We all know strange things happen in Nepal...

 
At 9:49 PM, January 12, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

opinions are good, what about reality?
Ahimsa

 

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