Thursday, December 13, 2007

"Decisive" meeting this Friday?

Don't count on it. Our bungling boys of bereft babbling plan on a "decisive" meeting in Baluwater to resolve a year's worth of compound ineptness. ENOUGH already. Not only will nothing be accomplished, there most probably will not even be agreement on the topics of discussion.

This is the easiest prediction blogdai has ever made: Tomorrow's meeting will

END INCONCLUSIVELY for the average citizen desperate for leadership.

Nothing of any significance or relevance in rebuilding Nepal or caring for its people will be on the agenda. Looking at the tentative list of topics, one sees selfish, greedy and completely out of touch political posturing. It's like fighting over the deck chairs on the Titanic. Among the worthless issues for which only these clueless baboons would care if there were "decisive" action are:

1. Adding additional constituent assembly "seats" in order to accommodate proportional representation. Meaningless since elections will be postponed as long as Girija and the NC run the show. Plus, the Little Elf, Madhav Khumar Nepal has already made it his most recent shout for relevance that proportional representation would divide the country into ethnic factions. Maybe to you, Elf, but did you ever think that real, elected proportional representation might just give the Madhesis and other groups legitimate faith in the electoral system and a renewed willingness to play by the rules? Probably not, since you can't see beyond the politics of greed and self-interest.

2. Maoists demanding more important seats in congress plus a bunch of high-profile portfolios like Home, Finance and Defence along with a Deputy Prime Ministership. Basically, they are asking for the entire government of Nepal. It'll never happen. Watch Prachanda walk out and threaten a new agitation. How long are we going to nurse-maid these terrorist bums? They are a cancer to Nepal and bent on nothing short of complete communist, ideologically uncompromising rule. Thank Ian Martin for keeping them relevant this long. Wipe them out says blogdai; do it now.

3. Merger of the NA and the Maoists PLA. Laughably pathetic. Do you think the army just concluded its arms-shopping visit to India so that they could supply their future Maoist "comrades in arms" with some shiny new guns? Not a chance. That meeting in Delhi was tellling. The NA is pissed, fed-up and seeking more arms to kick some Maoist ass. Hey, we're all tired of this charade. Lock and load fellas.

blogdai is impressed with either the political stamina or outright apathy of the average Nepali, I can't tell which. How long are we going to let this continue? New leaders are everywhere. Do you need a revolution road map or something?

Get to work and get rid of these bums now. If you don't you have no right pretending to be a sovereign nation.

-=blogdai

3 Comments:

At 12:19 AM, December 14, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

These three brahmins are the crook.

 
At 12:29 AM, December 14, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can they merge terai declared warrriors of 95,000 in numbers and 6,000 Limbuwan and Khumbuwan trained warriors in national army tomorrow. If other ethnic groups also start to build up their warriors then our arms group might become 4-5 lacs.

Filthy visions of crook leaders....

NA shouls stay neutral as they did in Janaandolan -2. They should not obey the instruction of these failure leaders. They are already hollow in the base means plant without roots.

 
At 2:07 PM, December 14, 2007, Blogger blogdai said...

Unbelievable! Not only could they not agree on terms as blogdai predicted, they couldn't even agree to hold the meeting in the first place!

It is tragically too late in Nepal's crucial game of survival to be playing last-minute political games.

The NC seems content to just foul the waters of government until Girija dies. I ask you, do you actually think this group of chimpanzees can hold a legitimate election?

The usually cryptic and hallucinogenic Babu Ram Bhattari actually summarized the debacle nicely:

“Nepali Congress is neither serious about creating an outlet to the current political crisis nor to holding the Constituent Assembly elections,” “The NC has not cleared its stance nor put forth their views even till the last moment at a time when we should have already found a consensus.”

When fools like this start talking sense, what does that say about those whom we consider wise?

-=blogdai

 

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