Heard a news yesterday that a tiger, christened ‘Namo Buddha’, tied with GPS tracking device had not been in contact for weeks after it was relocated to Bardiya National Park. It had been feared that the tiger could have been killed by the poachers.
There are not more than 3,000 tigers in the wild. How pathetic.
Really, there will be left nothing in this world over time but the hills of junks. No forest, no rivers, no lives in the wild. Nothing at all (so true as depicted on 2008 film Wall-E). Jesus Christ is not bringing any apocalypse to earth. The very two-legged earthlings themselves are making the myth of apocalypse come true.
I met Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip of England.
What the f**k man?
Well, we, me and the Queen, sat on a outside bench just near K.I. Singh bridge on a late afternoon and there’s Banda in Pokhara. We talked about Banda and the troubles it brings. Queen also disapproved of Banda and you know she even talked some in Nepali! And, I was addressing the octogenarian monarch ‘’your majesty’’ frequently. Queen was on light yellow suit and a hat. Later, the sun went harder and we moved to a nearby shade where Prince Phillip, in his regal attire, was having cold drinks with another of my friends.
Bugger me! Did you see how weird the goddamn dream was?
‘’This is a very clear example of the West’s rotten culture of sex, lies, and thuggery. These are the guys who claim to be civilized.’’
– Kayak Pacer, a Time.com user about the arrest of 62-years old IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on charge of sexual assault.
Another comment from a Yahoo! user:
‘’The guy can’t afford a hooker?’’
OK, here’s two other high-profile examples of White’s debauched life: Former American President Bill Clinton was charged with adultery while in office in late 90s.
Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been on trial for sex abuse.
Whites: Sexual deviants.
My worry and speculation were not entirely wrong at least. I don’t think Baburam Bhattarai can thrive for long in this political biosphere bereft of even the slightest tinge of morality.
In the latest of attacks against him, he was given a death threat by his own party colleague at the party office yesterday. This shows his adversaries are in cahoots to finish him off someday if not today or tomorrow. And, they’re only getting fiercer.
After eons, Nepal has finally been blessed with a genuine talent named Baburam Bhattarai. But, in this land cursed by the widow of Kaji Vim Malla, also a suttee, the good are always to meet a miserable end. This cursed land has been living in a perpetual reign of the bad for centuries.
Yet, we can not think of losing Baburam Bhattarai this soon. So, before things go wild and otherwise, let’s rally for his life, safety and rightful survival.
Save Baburam Bhattarai!
President Ramvaran Yadav has administered oath of office to 3 successive prime ministers in these 3 years of period. Yadav was also elected president at around the same time (only 2 months before) of election of Prachanda as prime minister in early 2065. Doesn’t this prove, presidential system is way more stable and better than parliamentary one?
Wrangle over which of the systems – presidential or prime ministerial – is better and should be adopted is just needless as President Yadav’s tenure shows – notwithstanding his so called ceremonial role – presidential system is need of the hour in Nepal which has so long been witnessing unstable politics under the prime ministerial system.
So called worry over the possible presidential dictatorship has come from those who are for instability (in Nepal).
This is simple and obvious, an open- and- shut case, ain’t it?
Demand for the resignation of Jhalanath-led government is growing loud as the government is failing to address the issues of peace process and constitution writing. This government was formed after much of sweating for more than 7 months of ferment of having no functioning government. So, the expectation from this government is still high even though the demand for its collapse and formation of new ‘national-consensus’ government has gone through the roof and the frustrations over its performance hitting the low.
Yes, this government could have been no different from previous ones: ineffective, corrupt, and a complete failure. Jhalanath Khanal didn’t come from the moon to rule Nepal. Similarly, others figures in the government were not washed up by the holy cow-milk. They all were the same corrupt politicians wallowing in the dirty political crimes. But, despite all these bad things, this government was formed in a very different context and people expected at least something from it: Corrupt caretaker government was persisting for more than half a year, peace process and constitution writing had reached to a dead end, shortage of basic commodities and price hike was skyrocketing and there was a miserable security situation all over Nepal. To put it briefly, people were suffering more under the gross maladministration of previous government comprised of election-losers.
Formation of this government gave a brief respite to the public. It’s another thing that the relief and respite didn’t last long.
Political instability has been a major drag on the development efforts in Nepal. Volatile politics has been putting the kibosh on the prospect of development so far. Even after the CA election only, 3 governments have been changed.
It’s of no use to expect any good from this government too. So, we don’t expect anything from it. But, we at least want to see this government being stable. Enough of political volatility. Let this government run. We have a faint hope that if this government can hold out for some more time, there could at least be a political stability and things will start getting good themselves. Government needn’t do a thing. We don’t care whether the government keeps wallowing in the corruption in Kathmandu. Let it keep doing so. But, political stability itself will create a good environment for the country to thrive.
Because we know, no other political motherf**kers are less worse than Jhalanath Khanal. So, the dissolution of this government will only add insult to the already worsened injury of the country.
Wait…! I opt for the next government provided that Baburam Bhattarai is to lead it.
We people, in most recent years, were about to forget the strain of Bandas that once were imposed upon us as if as an integral part of our daily life. Relevance of such Bandas had lost the ground in the midst of wide public disapproval and rejection in later years and also because of changed political environment. Actually, none of Banadas did gather any active public support. Such Bandas were always forced upon us.
Bandas were probably the most despised thing among Nepalis. An abomination.
But, it seems, those dark days are going to make a comeback again! Bandas are being declared for coming days and we already suffered one just some days ago.
Today, so called ‘’Chhetri Samaj’’ carried out Banda in Pokhara and all over western region. One of the organizers of Banda was claiming the success of it and was in a threatening way asking the public to obey Banda on a local television. And, you know, I was like punching on his chops, getting all his teeth detached and then strangling him to a miserable death.
I just hated that motherf**ker to the bone.
I’m right. Nepalis are motherf**kers. They will always be so. Instances of incessant Bandas can’t always be attributed to volatile political situation in the country. Thing is, people are bad, morally inferior. So they’re doing all these. You can’t expect good from the bad, can you?
God, get me killed instead. I’ll be happy to not witness all these motherf**king things.