Sunday, January 20, 2008

Dumb, Dangerous and Determined

Who's the bigger fool? Prachanda and his strict adherence to a failed ideology or we Nepalis who allow him all the room and permission he needs to take over the country?

Prachanda sees CA elections as an impending Maoist "final victory" and is training his cadres, for whatever misguided reason, for the elections. blogdai's guess, and this is what we've been saying since 2003, is that the only reason Maoists even CARE about a CA election is because they feel they can influence the result in remote areas and gain a majority by coercion.

I also don't understand why no one has really picked-up on blogdai's almost constant assertions that the Maoists never intended to work with a democratic government. They only use Koirala and his moronic apes as a learning device for a probable Communist takeover. Prachanda is playing out the old axiom of "keep your friends close, your enemies closer" to a tee.

So evident is this that the biggest election saboteur of all, Sher Bahadur Deuba, now says that if a good and credible election is not held, Nepal is in for a world of hurt under Maoist/Communist leadership. blogdai agrees, although Deuba is largely responsible for the lack of elections and needs to be slapped silly and put out of government immediately.

In a perfect world, blogdai would have Prachanda and the Maoists destroyed: violently and permanently. However, in the UN world of which Nepal is a part and people like Ian Martin have influence, appeasement and accommodation rule the day. So, under such a scenario, the only way to save Nepal from certain, repressive, Communist rule would be:


You hear that Ian the Meek? Do something useful for once and save a country, will you?



At 6:57 AM, January 22, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will never happen Blogdai. People in Nepal are too concerned about their daily lives to give a shit about their country. The UN would need a new mandate to get observers at election areas as well.

At 9:43 AM, January 23, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problems in Nepal...the more the jobs for UN officers in Nepal...UN WILL NEVER SOLVE A PROBLEM...didn't you all see photos (on few days ago) of UN officers sitting side by side with the terrorists Baburam and others and then presenting gifts to some cyclists and moutaineers?

UN is trying to show that it is here for conflict resolution...but it will never solve this problem because it is the part of problem...UN will revel in the fact that it is being used for conflict resolutions...and the countries supporting and aiding the UN will never allow the UN to solve the problem because of their vested interests. Period.

At 10:32 AM, January 23, 2008, Blogger blogdai said...

yes. blogdai contends that all UNMIN roles, programs or initiatives in Nepal have actually done much more harm than good.

If they can't solve the problem, as you say, then get them out of Nepal.


At 10:50 PM, January 26, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem of this country is not maoist but Girija Koirala and his slaves. Girija should understand that individual political power and determining to stick forever at whatever cost to general poeple is nothing but the exploitation of man by man.

When I went to South India, many businessmen were asking me why this crook Girija is not jailed for using fake notes. They further concerned with our trustworthiness of Supreme Court.

To stick in powere, Koiral family sold Koshi, Gandaki and in 2047 Mahakali and now Karnali and furhtermore to come.

Isn't he crooked leader of this world ? He doesnot want to talk to the madhesi and other ethnic groups because he worried about his power. He is going to divide this nation for his vested interest. So, people should support the genuine demand of all ethnic groups. If not we should be ready to kick out this crook leaders for our unity and to save the nation.


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