Thursday, November 05, 2009

Cleaning out the Inventory

blogdai has been following our government and its sense of frustration at the United Nations and its meddling in Nepal's internal affairs. The UN is insisting that Makune form a unity government. The little elf, to his credit, basic told the UN to go to hell and let Nepal make its own government. blogdai has also told the UN to go to hell on many an occasion, and this column will be no exception. In fact its time to take inventory of anyone we can think of who is worthless, burned-out, meddlesome and just plain incompetent and get them out of the country. It would be a wishful fantasy to request that the entire UNMIN leave Nepal, so let's just focus on some key idiots, shall we? Oh, and blogdai's wrath will not be limited to just members of the UN.

First, the worst....


1. Larry Robertson, UNICEF. This buffoon is the classic waste-your-time bureaucrat. Had the nerve to tell blogdai that UNICEF should be the only group conducting sanitation programs in Nepal and that all other groups are "ruining" our plans. Considering that Larry provides sanitation and water at a snail-like pace to maybe one or two villages a year tell us that saving children who are dying from diarrhea at an epidemic pace is not his priority. Hey Larry, lots of groups have lots of good ideas and Nepalis know best about how to help other Nepalis, so step aside, you monkey. Or would letting other groups help out "ruin" your job security? Larry's office is Near Patan, across from the zoo where the smart monkeys live. Drop in and blow him a ration of shit for being an autocratic prick.

2. Richard Ragan, WFP. We all had such high hopes for Richard. Young guy, can-do attitude. Turns out his innovative spirit was allowed to fester under the weight of Nepal's geographical obstacles and bureacracy. Hey Richard, you are not stuck buying rice from the Indian mafia. Food is available if you are creative. I'm sure Richard is patting himself on the back for winning some flimsy award for innovation. It seems he gave satellite phones to his remote employees and that was supposed to be a good thing. That's right, hide behind technology and call it progress. I don't recall a satellite phone ever providing food for the hungry. WFP's budget in Nepal is already down to zero, so why did you waste time and money on stupid Sat phones? It seems the only thing poor Richard is good for these days is writing articles about snow boarding in Nepal. Ol, Richard likes to take helicopters out on the WFP budget and snow board up by Manang. He's also fond of taking his staff up to the Last Resort off the Kodari highway for still more money wasting weekends. He's milking the international gravy train now and its time for him to go.


1. Kanak Mani Dixit. What's the point of his constant pro-India posturing? Do you think you are better than Nepalis?

2. King Gyenendra. That's right, ol' G. Told Prateek Pradhan of La Republica that the Nepali people "should get nothing" while slamming a glass of wine to the ground. You and your family are done. We don't want to see any more Shahs until your grandson is old enough.

3. Bal Mandir Orphanage. A child trafficking front run by the Koiralas. Fill out the phony paperwork, pay your money, look the other way, and buy a baby. Tragic.

4. The Maoists. Your movement is tired and people don't believe what you say anymore. Get out or get killed. Memo to Prachanda: I hear there's lots of work to be had all up and down the east side of India these days--lots for a Maoist to do. Shall I send a letter of introduction to Bihar for you?


These guys never seem to get out of the way:
Ian Martin. Deposed and disgraced former head of the UNMIN. Begged to keep his job once and now continues to return for "trekking." Someone confiscate his diplomatic passport for the good of us all.

Girija Babu Koirala. Well despite blogdai's many predictions, it's clear that the old man will probably never die--ever. Fortunately, he and the Nepali Congress are becoming increasingly irrelevant so perhaps this is the best fate for the biggest and most selfish and power mad ego in Nepal. Sit back, watch, and deteriorate ol' babu; you've got it comming.



At 3:20 PM, November 05, 2009, Blogger blogdai said...

There are lots of these kind of people who need to leave Nepal. Give me some more suggestions and we'll update the post.

C'mon its cathartic!


At 1:59 PM, November 07, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get out whole sons of biches UN. Damn white car all over Nepal and also tiem to go.

At 6:55 PM, November 08, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good blogdai.

Behind the UN there is America and India. Do anybody know why UNMIN came Nepal ? Find out some confidential report from UN.

Bal Mandir is running by Singh family not Koirala family with specific interest. It's pity that children are suffering which outside people don't know.

At 3:50 PM, November 12, 2009, Blogger Gorkhali said...

Mr. Rakesh Sood must leave Nepal immediately.

At 10:04 AM, November 25, 2009, Anonymous Tea Leaf said...

didn't Nepal magazine publish the names of the RAW agents in Kathmandu a couple of years ago? Add them to the list, as well as the indian airforce entering nepali airspace without permission. No doubt the chinese have their own team of meddlers in Nepal...
Personally I think that we can solve all the worries about animal sacrifice at the Gadhimai festival by using politicians as sacrificial offerings..
failing that, the recent crackpot maoist proposal to move the nepali parliament to Chitwan may have some merits if we're allowed to feed them to the tigers.. although the meat might prove to be too poisonous.

At 6:24 AM, November 26, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know for a fact that WFP is fond of partying and sponsoring trips abroad for its staff. Rome, Paris, you name it. And their response to disaster-struck hungry ppl of remote Nepal- you eat the mold, bastards!

UN, if it leaves Nepal, only under political pressure from China and/or India. Nepal pretty much has little say on that, and MKN has the least.

Kanak Mani Dixit is a whack. His property is a gift from a past queen, but he rallied against Shah kings. Then when opportunity came, he supported the Maoists. Now, he thinks India can liberate all.

BDai, please add politicians to your list. If people were to rule instead of politicians here, we wouldn't have to face this hardship today. King Mahendra was far better in that at least in the name of nationality, he employed clever diplomacy in handling foreign relations, specially as regards China and India. But politicians today are only yes-men to New Delhi's orders. They let Indians meddle with Nepal's internal politics as well, forget about foreign relations.

=Astute Observer

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At 9:49 AM, December 21, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

send Prachanda back to India where he belongs.. they supported him, they can keep him

At 9:29 PM, January 03, 2010, Anonymous HAWA said...

hey Blogdai, so who do you want here in Nepal?

What about me being the Prez and you the PM ?

The first thing i'd do would be to seal the border with India.

At 11:00 AM, January 07, 2010, Blogger blogdai said...

The "ke garne" attitude and Hindu fatalism only goes so far if you want to have your own country.

Show me a Nepali who gives a shit about Nepal and its national identity and I'll give unquestioned support.

Trouble is, no one even speaks out or has the courage to protect the nation. This is how Maoism and separatism begins. Rough little boys start pushing around a compliant public and no one cares enough to slap them down before they get too powerful.


At 5:43 AM, March 21, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to ruffle the feathers of bird brains- man responsible for state we are in is dead and gone. Pity his daughter and shitload of MRP on a whim of a lady with acidic tongue.

As for UNMIN and UN-they feed on people they are to protect. Any nation is better off without them. Man, Ian Martin should be hung, dried and quatered.
Crystal Clear

At 6:48 AM, May 03, 2010, Blogger Maimaicha said...

why not you blogdai, why wait for someone else? nepali hoina? you make more sense with your arguments than most of the politicians or anyone else for that matter. you talk the talk so now walk the talk.... blogdai for prime minister of nepal!

At 7:49 AM, July 29, 2010, Blogger Henry Scobie said...

Nepal Children's Organization (Bal Mandir) -- Victims of Balmandir:


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