Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Thursday, September 27, 2007
It has been a while since I last updated the site. I was too busy with work lately. However, I could not resist writing today after reading the news about Maoists resigning from the government. Sure, they did not deserve to be ministers after killing thousands of innocent people but the way this was designed, it sends us a step further back from the peace process.
KATHMANDU, Sept 18 - Just four and a half months after joining the government, the CPN-Maoist has quit the government as talks held among the major parties at the Prime Minister’s Residence at Baluwatar Tuesday morning to convince the former rebels to stay in the interim administration ended inconclusively.
Ok, why was this for? Because no one listened to their demands. Hey, is Nepal a country where your wishes come true? Do you not have to consider the interests and choices of millions of other people? Why should Nepal give in to the demands of Maoists who are a minority anyway? Why should we compromise with the interests of millions of Nepalese to satisfy a couple thousands?
I remember my childhood days when I used to cry, cry and cry until I got what I wanted. Maoists are following the same path. They are crying for something that others don’t want to give in. If not, they have the option of threatening the other parties. I used to do the same. Whenever my parents did not give what I wanted, I used to say, “I am not going to school if you don’t give me what I have asked for.”
What a cry baby maoists have become. One day, they are talking in one line, the next day, they have completely changed the direction. They are the worst creatures on earth. They have no sense of direction. They have no sense of what the world is up for. They have no idea how much progress the world has made in the last 10 years while they were planning to bomb the infrastructures in Nepal.
Now, they are going to start their usual way of protests. Closing down shops, schools and so forth. When are these freaks going to realize that these activities are going to cost us millions of rupees? Do they even have a sense of how the basics of economics work? Got to admit, you have to be educated about the ideas of human civilization, its progress and prosperity, and not the obsolete doctrines of maoism.
True, they are morons!!! Nepal should act harsh on them now. Now is the time. They don’t have the right to compromise with the lives of millions of Nepalese. If they want, they can go for elections-I am sure they are not winning a single seat-if the elections are fair. However, I am not for giving in to these stupid bunch of psychos.
Saturday, June 02, 2007
This perfectly suits the newly weds in the cabinet in Nepal. People who never have had responsible public portfolios in the past are ruling the country. The country is going down the line every day. Socialist policies which were long dead for the world are taking over the market economy in Nepal. Maoists are on the road to ruin the future of millions of Nepalese for the sake of their political goals. A fresh example-Melamchi Project.
Recent decision of Hisila Yami to review the Melamchi Project has sparked criticism from the donors like ADB. One of the main part of the ADB deal was that we give the contract to foreign companies. If we are to fail to honor the agreement, we surely are going to lose the Melamchi project one more time.
I knew Nepal would have a hard time convincing the world once the maoists were inducted in the government. However, I did not expect Hisila Yami to go this far as to kick out ADB from the project. Nepalnews quotes Hisila Yami, the minister for works and physical planning:
“We are neither against Melamchi nor against ADB. We only want to ensure public participation in water management.”
Ok!!!What is this supposed to mean? These socialist “bastards” are thwarting attempts at development projects as well. Can they not just shut their mouth and let the projects move on? They neither have resources, nor the knowledge to develop Nepal. Their traditional way of development has no place on earth. This is the age of global participation, not domestic monopoly. And, I know it very well, these people who have read century old literature from Marx and Mao will never understand the modern world. Result?
Yes, we will be pushed a couple of decades further down on the road to developed Nepal. When India will be the next superpower, we will still languish in poverty-thanks to these maoists. When China will overtake USA in terms of GDP, we will still be debating on whether Mr. A or Mr. B should head Tribhuvan University.
I do not want to be pessimistic, but we have to accept the reality. As long as these maoists don’t change, I do not see a prosperous Nepal.