Danger! Still Existing in Nepal
Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 17, 2011
By D.R. Prasai
We, the Nepalese people are fighting against the naked intervention of India’s RAW and CIA. The Republic, secularism and federalism are agendas of India-RAW & the CIA but are not the actual issues of Nepal.
Nepal is a country which has a long history of communal harmony where all castes, religions and languages have survived and flourished with tolerance and co-existence. The Nepali language establishes the unity and collective identity of the diverse ethnic groups of Nepal. The Nepali Language has been both the official and the Lingua Franca between ethnic groups of Nepal (as well as abroad). Because it is the international language, we respect English language too. We regard the Hindi Language also but not as an official language, because everybody has their own mother languages. If Hindi also is accepted as an official language that will mean the domination of India. And we’ll never support the suicidal demands of Indian agents.
Now, it’s because of our corrupt leaders we have to be dependent on India. There was a time in Nepal about 15 to 20 years back, where food were cheaper in Nepal than in India. We even had good factories for cloth, cement, leather etc. In the name of privatization our corrupt leaders fell prey to Indian conspiracy and sold the factories to Indian brokers by the traitor’s regime.
So, the main problem in Nepal is actually the corrupt and culprit leaders, who are backed up by foreigners and don’t feel responsible towards the country. The real solution of the present problem is to dismiss the constitutional assembly and reinstate monarchy (including a Hindu state) and come into an understanding for the country’s benefit – and not what foreigners want us to do for their own benefit.
Since 2005 Nepal has been passing through the most critical stage in its history. National integrity, unity, independence, and sovereignty are at stake. There is no alternative to save our motherland, culture, identity and traditions. The Nepali Congress, UML, united RPP (ex-Pancha) and other parties have fizzled out and the Nepali Congress has also abandoned BP Koirala’s political views. It is clear that the NC leaders late Girija Prasad, Madhab Nepal-UML and their followers are all traitors. How much should I talk about these power-hungry traitors?
To save Nepal they should join hands with the royal institution and stand against expansionist and imperialist conspiracy and fight imperialist force. Due to the Nepali Congress’s and UML’s downfall, since 7 years ago, the regime was handed-over to the King Gyanendra in 2001. The situation was such that the king had to take over the power in a hurry. But, the Congress and UML did not support the King and instead joined hands with the Maoist rebels by the command of the Indian intelligence agency-RAW and foreign leaders. As we already know that, the state system must run on the basis of reason and result. To only blame the royal institution, taking it as the cause for all the problems is nothing but treachery.
The reality of the crisis in Nepal is that the Nepali Congress (NC), UML and Maoists had betrayed the political agreement of 2006 with King Gyanendra. No one can succeed by breaking an agreement. In 2006 the agitators were pleading for monarchy as an alternative force in times of crisis. An agreement was reached to reinstate the House of Representatives, which was dissolved under NC recommendation-2002, although the monarchy did not posses the right to reinstate it. The monarchy reinstated the parliament and appointed Girija Prasad Koirala to the post of premiership. The oath of office ceremony for the Prime Minister was administered by the king himself in the royal palace premises. Gradually, the agreement reached with the king was broken and the royal institution was attacked, which is a huge betrayal to Nepal.
After the political betrayal, the foreigners became active- especially RAW, the CIA, Europeans nations and UNMIN, by taking some of the Brahmin leaders into their confidence. That transitional time made it easy for them to destroy the Nepalese identity. The Royal institution, a Hindu and Buddha Kingdom and the Nepalese language are fundamentals of our national unity.
Nepal’s Brahmins are the Hindu religion’s extremists. The foreigners, especially the CIA, are working with the belief that with the support of the Brahmins perched at the top of big political parties, then, Nepal can be transformed into a Christian state. History has proved that all the Brahmin leaders of this country are not loyal towards Nepal. Trefoil politics has proved that all the Brahmin leaders of the so-called three big parties are crazy for power. The vulnerable situation of the country, lawlessness, skyrocketing prices and deteriorating economic conditions are due to the visionless governance and we are going to be a failed Nation.
The Brahmins – Late Girija-former PM, Madhab Nepal, Ramchandra Paudel, Narahari Acharya, Jhalanath, Bamdev,Gautam, KP Sitoula, Prachandra, Baburam Bhattarai, Dinanath Sharma etc and the non- Brahmins -Sher Bahadur Deuwa, Subas Nembang, Padmaratna Tuladhar, and some so-called civic society members who were frustrated and corrupted were used to change the nation into a secular state. The other ethnic groups did not interfere after the Brahmins were taken into confidence. The foreigners have pumped 10-15 Brahmin leaders in the Congress, UML and Maoist parties including the so-called Civic Society, who have become the main contractors of Loktantra.
The Brahmins are responsible for the retrogression in Nepal. Since the creation of greater Nepal, the foreigners are using native brokers for instigating bloody results. The CIA and RAW, intelligence agencies, have grand-designs to shatter this nation’s independence by vandalizing the statues of its great icons and thus weakening the people’s morale.
This new incompetent government has failed to reform laws that impede effective criminal investigations into past violations, and there has been little progress in setting up the transitional justice mechanisms promised in the peace agreement, such as a commission of inquiry into disappearances and a truth and reconciliation commission. There is no justice in Nepal, no rule of law and no governance. The anarchist party leaders and senior government officials cannot escape justice. The culprit leaders and security officials must be punished; they are not employed to kill citizens.
In this pious country there should be maintained good governance. Good governance means transparency, accountability and predictability. Since 2006 anarchy and lawlessness are ruling the roost in Nepal. Criminals are roaming freely if they are Maoists or unseen force. These criminals’ gangs fear no one because they have been given the backing of the political party leaders. Many criminals are executing serious crimes even in broad daylight.
The Nepalese people are feeling that the country is in the worst situation in Nepalese history. The Constitutionof 1990 was forcibly removed by the same vicious circle using unilateral and undemocratic process. It would cure Nepal to reinstate the ‘constitution of 1990’ in order to fill-up the democratic and constitutional gap with the presence of monarchy, political parties and nationalist forces including the army, police, court and various organizations of the nation. From that path, we can get the solution and then all the nationalists should move ahead by creating coordinative relations between nationality, the Royal Institution and democracy.