Fuel Price Protest Lesson: Monarchy in Nepal Should Be Abolished

By Dinesh Wagle
Wagle’s Web Log

Those who missed the power of protest in April saw the same yesterday when the government formed after the April Revolution buckled down in front of the public wrath and revoked its earlier decision to hike the price of petroleum products. A colleague this afternoon asked, “What does this protest symbolizes?” I answered: “Anyone trying to save the monarchy in future will face the same kind of wrath and that force will be demolished by the people.” People are waiting, looking and analyzing the decisions made by the government. They are not protesting before decisions are made. They waited for the government to hike the price of fuel and they hit did what was necessary.

In exactly the same manner, they are just listening to the nonsense speeches of Girija Prasad Koirala on saving or giving space to monarchy and analyzing them. Now, they are just listening but if his party Nepali Congress decides to go for monarchy, they will give the verdict. Nepali Congress or any force that comes in defense of the monarchy will be thrown into the history. There are some intelligent people in both Nepali Congresses who understand this situation. One of them is Pradeep Giri, central leader of Nepali Congress (Democratic) who, in his article published in Kantipur daily yesterday, has said that the unification between two parties shouldn’t happen to save monarchy in Nepal. Arguing that another ‘revolution’ [to throw monarchy] is imminent, Giri has stressed that both parties should be unified to lead that movement. He also says that parties should be united for lasting social, economic and political changes.

After his infamous speech about giving space in monarchy, Koirala yesterday expressed negativism about Interim Constitution. He said that the formation of Interim Constitution was unnecessary as the current constitution was sufficient to solve the problem. “That is height of foolishness,” said Laxman Prasad Aryal, the coordinator of Interim Constitution Draft Committed, in an interview of Kantipur TV today commenting on Koirala remarks. “To say that interim constitution unnecessary at this time is like throwing out the food. Do you know what will come if you vomit the food? Not anything good for sure.” Exactly. Nevertheless, today’s informal talks between the government and the Maoists have decided to receive the draft of interim constitution prepared by the Aryal led committed.

Here comes the contradiction on Koirala’s part. “I am not alone to defend monarchy,” he says. “The whole parliament approved that by clapping.” That might be true but that doesn’t mean people can’t change that decision. While saying that, Koirala easily forgets to mention that he was there in the summit meeting with Maoists to announce need of forming an interim constitution and he signed on the agreement to form an Interim Constitution Draft Committee.

Peace Process Update: Govt-Maoist Informal Talks and ICDC Flays PM’s Remarks

KATHMANDU, Aug 21 – An informal meeting was held between the government and Maoist negotiating teams to discuss the possible consensus between the two sides on reaching a common agreement on certain key issues in the interim constitution. Despite the repeated appeals by the Interim Constitution Draft Committee (ICDC) headed by former justice of the Supreme Court Laxman Prasad Aryal, the seven-party alliance government and the Maoist rebels have failed to reach a common agreement on the interim legislature, constituent assembly process, arms management and other political issues, resulting in the delay of the submission deadline of the temporary constitution.

The ICDC has been saying that it wants to submit the “unfinished” interim constitution leaving the issues to be resolved by the talks teams themselves. According to sources, the meeting, held at the residence of the coordinator of the government’s talks team and Home Minister Krishna Prasad Sitaula this evening, also discussed the necessary homework on arms management of both the state and rebels before going for constituent assembly elections.

Home Minister Sitaula, and two other members of the government talks team Pradip Gyawali and Ramesh Lekhak and head of the rebel talks team Krishna Bahadur Mahara and member Dev Gurung were present in the meeting.

ICDC dissatisfaction over PM’s remarks

Head of the ICDC Laxman Prasad Aryal today expressed his “strong” dissatisfaction over Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala’s remarks that stated that the issue of drafting an interim constitution was of less importance than settling the arms issue at the present juncture. Terming the PM’s remarks as “unfortunate”, Aryal said that the ICDC would come up with a quick decision on the submission of the interim constitution after consulting with the other members of the committee.

Dubbing the interim constitution as a minor issue, PM Koirala told journalists in Biratnagar on Sunday that the seven-party government had committed a mistake by taking up the interim constitution issue.

PM Koirala emphasised that at this juncture arms management was the most prominent issue for him. “All the problems are hooked on this (arms management) and added once it is taken care of, the rest of the problems would spontaneously vanish.”

Talking to Kantipur Television this evening, ICDC chief Aryal said the premier’s statement was “the height of insincerity.” “It’s unfortunate as the remarks (prime minister’s) come at a time when we are waiting for the day to submit the interim constitution,” Aryal said. (source)

There seems to be one misconception about abolishing monarchy in Nepal. I have met and talked to those people who said that abolishing monarchy for them was destroying the royal palace and killing the inhabitant. “No,” I tried to explain. “That’s wrong. Abolishing monarchy means making Gyanendra a Nepali citizen. He is not a Nepali citizen as of now. He will be empowered with voting rights and he will be able to live, pursue a career, do the business and even play golf in Gokarna. His son will still be able to go to disco and dance with girls in the tune of DJs. But yes, if he fires upon any other dancers, he will not be given police escorting. Instead, he will be tried at court.” Plus, continuity of monarchy in any form wasn’t the demand of popular April uprising. No one demanded that monarchy be kept. Everyone chanted antimonarchy and pro-democratic republicanism slogans in the protest programs.

Girija Prasad Koirala is the visible face of those elements that are active in saving monarchy. Those invisible elements were active in the recent protests. They infiltrated into the protests by students and tried to play foul. The barbaric act of protestors in Gwarko area is one example of such infiltration. The whole area was shocked when mad mob dragged two girls out of a local restaurant and forced them to take off their clothes before nearly raping them. No one has taken responsibility of that act so far. Locals say police were unable to control the mob and police say their man in charge of the area was injured in the clash with the mob.

Here I reproduce an interesting comment by Blogged that I saw on this site today.

“Yes, King is no more in power just like Taliban are no more in power in Afghanistan and Saddam and other insurgents no more in power in Iraq. You don’t have to be in power to exploit the transitional stage and destablize the society. Royalists are doing exactly the same be that in the name of religion or other excuses.”

So true. There are such elements that are looking to fish in the dirty pound. They were active in the days of democracy, and they are active now. They will, as the commentator states, try to exploit any situation that goes against democracy. That is exactly why it is important we abolish monarchy from Nepal for the lasting political and economic stability.

On Ram Sharan Mahat

Before ending this article, let me mention one man who was instrumental for the fuel price hike. He is Dr. Ram Sharan Mahat who represents the royal interests in the cabinet in the form of finance minister. Ram Sharan Mahat is the same person who allocated Rs. 10 million to the palace for no reason and took back that decision after protests from parliamentarians. And he recently refused to cut the tax that his ministry imposes on every drop of fuel imported by arguing that he can’t suffer the loss of Rs. 30 million daily because of that. One thing that Dr. Mahat doesn’t seem to have understood is that state exchequer is not the property of his respectable father. It belongs to Nepali people and if people decide not to hike price, he should obey that and reduce the tax on fuel import.

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88 thoughts on “Fuel Price Protest Lesson: Monarchy in Nepal Should Be Abolished”

  1. Waw! What a spectacular show of royalists in action! Accolades to Dinesh Wagle for hitting at the jaws of royalist elements. This is the power of words. Royalist folks, calm down. Next wave of peoples’ movement is sure to sweep away the remnant of monarchy from Nepal to the Bay of Bengal. Monarchy is the only force that is obstructive to the progress of Nepal. Protests of 19th and 20th August indeed have strong message to royal forces in Nepal that if they continue advocating for the monarchy, people will rise up against them. Sabailai Chetana Bhaya!!!

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  2. Wagleji,

    There is an ancient practice in our society i.e. BALIPRATHA ( or Animal Sacrifice). We believe that with sacrificing a goat, also called scapegoat, our evil fortune becomes alright. We don’t believe that any result depends on whatever action we do, but we seek some scapegoat for our action or inaction! Your article indicates the similar social trend! Nowadays, king is being treated as a scapegoat for whatever social and political evils! We blame him very easily but we don’t analyze other facts and realities! Are political leaders competent and honest? Are Maoists doing any better for the country and people? Are so called civil society neutral and competent? Are,we public, sensible and rational-minded? Then why only king?

    I think even if there will be no king in future , you people will look for another scapegoat! It is our rotten tradition!

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  3. SUBJECT: SOURING PETROL PRICES IN NEPAL: CAN WE DO SOMETHING?
    DEAR FRIENDS!

    PETROL IN PAKISTAN IS AVAILABLE AT RS 17 PER LITER.

    MALAYSIA RS 18 PER LITER.

    IN INDIA IT’S RS. 48 PER LITER.

    IN NEPAL, NRS 68 PER LITER.

    WHY THIS DIFFERENCE IN ASIA ITSELF? WORLD MARKET OF CRUDE OIL IS NOT THE REASON FOR THIS.

    IT HAS BEEN CALCULATED THAT IF EVERYONE DID NOT PURCHASE A DROP OF PETROL FOR ONE DAY AND ALL AT THE SAME TIME, THE OIL COMPANIES WOULD
    CHOKE ON THEIR STOCKPILES.

    AT THE SAME TIME IT WOULD HIT THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY WITH A NET LOSS OVER 4.6 BILLION DOLLARS WHICH AFFECTS THE BOTTOM LINES OF THE OIL COMPANIES.THEREFORE “FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2006 ” HAS BEEN FORMALLY DECLARED “STICK IT UP THEIR BEHIND ” DAY AND THE PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD SHOULD NOT BUY A SINGLE DROP OF PETROL THAT DAY.

    THE ONLY WAY THIS CAN BE DONE IS IF YOU FORWARD THIS TO AS MANY PEOPLE AS YOU CAN AND AS QUICKLY AS YOU CAN TO GET THE WORD OUT.
    WAITING ON THE GOVERNMENT TO STEP IN AND CONTROL THE PRICES IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE REDUCTION AND CONTROL IN PRICES THAT THE ARAB NATIONS PROMISED TWO WEEKS AGO?

    IT IS ALLEGED THAT THE OIL PRODUCING COUNTRIES LIKE IRAN, SAUDI ARABIA, ALL GULF STATES ARE EXPLOITING MONEY THROUGH THEIR OIL TO MAKE THEIR ISLAMIC NUCLEAR WEAPON AND ULTIMATELY FUND THE AL QUEDA, THE ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALIST WHO DREAMS TO CONVERT ENTIRE WORLD INTO ISLAMIC WORLD.

    WE MUST STOP THEM FROM FURTHER EXPLOITING US.

    REMEMBER ONE THING, NOT ONLY IS THE PRICE OF PETROL GOING UP BUT AT THE SAME TIME AIRLINES ARE FORCED TO RAISE THEIR PRICES, TRUCKING
    COMPANIES ARE FORCED TO RAISE THEIR PRICES WHICH AFFECT PRICES ON EVERYTHING THAT IS SHIPPED. THINGS LIKE FOOD, CLOTHING, BUILDING
    SUPPLIES, MEDICAL SUPPLIES ETC.

    WHO PAYS IN THE END? WE DO!

    WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. IF THEY DON’T GET THE MESSAGE AFTER ONE DAY,WE WILL DO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN. SO DO YOUR PART AND SPREAD THE WORD.
    PLEASE FORWARD THIS TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW. MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND MAKE SEPTEMBER 22nd A DAY THAT THE CITIZENS SAY “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”

    PLEASE THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU FILL YOUR CAR OR MOTOR CYCLE ON THAT DAY- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2006.

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  4. Actually Blogged,

    I’m afraid, you got it absolutely wrong. I am for a republic and so too I believe are other regular bloggers who have clarified their stance some time or the other for a republic. Does not mean I agree with Wagle in this article. I also agree with many of the commentators here. I really don’t know and don’t care whther they are royalists or not, I think they have a valid point and the piece presented above by Wagle is weak.

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  5. “Monarchy is the only force that is obstructive to the progress of Nepal. ”

    Can’t you find some communist blog to publish your blatantly obvious propaganda at?

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  6. I agree with Mr. Wagle. In fact, the faults of all failures should be credited to the institution of Monarchy. Yes, they (monarchy/ists) have been hijacking democracy at various times in history. All our kings have hijacked a perfectly functioning democracy. Everytime democratic leaders who were doing great jobs for the nation and working in the interest of the nation they were conspired against by the monarchy. We had such competent leaders that they could do anything but could not avoid the conspiracies of the royal institution.
    Infact, had there been no monarchial system after 1990, our leaders would have been honest, hardworking and competent. The fact that they were incompetent, corrupt and stupid was simply because our monarchy conspired against them to be so. Our leaders are competent enough to avoid international conspiracies but they still need practice for the internal ones. If Mr. Deuba can be fooled by our King,not once but twice, it does not mean that he is not fit to be a prime minister but it just means he needs to be made a pm at least seven times before he gets it right. Well after all, it is better to be conspired against by you own monarchy than the indian government, dont you think? If the country falls apart, we do not need the king to temporarily take over. Specially, since we have the indian army to do that. It is all monarchy’s fault i agree. Once the monarchy is taken out, all our leaders will be more competent, honest and more skilled to avert any conspiracies. After all, the maoists can accept universal values of democracy, they can accept our leaders (the same corrupt leaders they initiated their war against) as partners but they can not accept a ceremonial monarchy, why? I agree with Mr. wagle when he asks what harm would not having a king do to the Nepalis but i would also go further and ask what benifit will there be by taking out a ceremonial king without any absolute power? Of course, there will be no civil war just because the king is kicke out, will there? after all, it is only in this blog, the so called democrats express their racist comments against the ranas, thakuris and bahuns but i, like wagle, am sure this is not going to get serious.

    The contribution of the monarchies in Nepal has been nill, I agree. and look at the contributions of our democratic leaders. If our king had not taken over, they would have already transformed this country into singapore right now.

    I agree with mr. wagle when he talks about infiltration of royalists in protests all over the country. In fact, i am sure i saw Mr. Paras sah himself throwing stones at a moving vehicle the other night on Kantipur television news. And we do not need evidence in this country. WHich fool asked for evidence?

    And protests of these sorts should be legalized in this nation all together. I mean what is the use of democracy if people can not torch a few cars belonging to innocent fellow citizens or torch up public property. Don’t you guys know what democracy is? For the people, by the people and so on. I mean look if you motobike is torched by a mob protesting fuel hikes, tough luck. This is democracy nepali style. Shut up and take it on the chin.

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  7. if the goal of the article is to strengthen democracy then its ok ..in that case, you can even associate a pig being the father of a dog. But sincerely, lets face the truth and argue reasonably………

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  8. Wagle the Wacko:
    “Here comes the contradiction on Koirala’s part. “I am not alone to defend monarchy,” he says. “The whole parliament approved that by clapping.” That might be true but that doesn’t mean people can’t change that decision.”

    Now where is the contradiction? How can you contradict the Koirala’s statement to people’s will to change it? you are a real nuts. looks like a short-cicuited guy’s version of ‘Contradiction’.

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  9. here are few more interseting lessions to be learned:

    if your sister had warts on her inner folds, the lession to be learned, ‘Abolish the monarchy’

    if your girl friend got piles on her ass cheeks, the lession to be learned, ‘Abolish the monarchy’

    and you can add other if you like, wagle the wacko.

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  10. I have been reading Wagle’s so called “articles” and comments for about a month. The conclusion I’ve come to is that Wagle is a pseudo-journalist who thinks he really knows what the deal is, so to speak, in Nepal.

    He wishes the rest of us to listen to the prophecies of this Oracle from Ollanchok-Gola in awestruck wonder! His arguments are mostly fallacious, most of the time compares apples with oranges,misinterprets the facts, draws illogical inferences and lets his personal biases bend the criteria for accepting the facts.

    Anybody who doesn’t prescribe to his radical, illogical point of view is a reactionary royalist, is his contention!

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  11. While Wagle has his head up Prachanda’s butt, look at what has transpired:

    On August 12th maoists crossed over the no mans land in the border area between Nepal and India, then threatened and manhandled Indian immigration and customes officers. The Indian Border security then responded killing a maoist driver. The border now does not allow private vrhicles to cross over to India, and the Indian government are whispering that they will close the border altogether if Prachanda comes into power.

    It’s the 22nd of August, and no media has reported this yet.

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  12. What a ridiculous article ! What does the protest against price hike got to do with the monarchy. Actually, people have started remembering the many months of tranquil Kathmandu just after the royal takeover comparing the chaos in the city these days. There is no fuel, that is the ieffeciency of the Koirala govt. and the Maoists alike. The 8 parties are in the same level. Only the King is benefitting from the all these mayhem and people have already started saying that he should do something.

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  13. Wagle ji,
    I also believe in republican state order in Nepal. But, saving the monarchy and balming it whenever there is a need is just a political propoganda. The situation in Nepal is just moving towards anarchy. I advise you not add fuel in the fire. Instead of doing any service, you may be on the other side. How to establish peaceful environment to conduct the election of the constituent assemble should be our national motto. Do not try to ignit fire when you get an opportunuty to do so. Responsible journalism do not allow to do that. But, when the question of Kantipur comes, it is perhaps stupid to talk about responsible journalism.

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  14. Dear Wagle,

    I do visit ur site quite frequently and admire ur views a lot.

    There might be differences of opinions on a sensitive issue like ‘monarchy’ but all criticizing ur entry here are not criticizing u for being an anti-monarchist and are not for u to change ur ‘beleif’. This is the most criticized, flop and ‘jhoorest’ among all of ur entries-I have read so far.
    U need to accept the blunder u’ve made and take a lesson!

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  15. Maybe the writer is sincere in his suggestion and maybe the darwaarias want to be back in action…but looking carefully, we see the king the most weak among the major power forces, maybe he doesn’t even fall in a major category.

    So to get scared by the word “space” is ridiculous, and to relate petrol incidence to abolish monarchy stance is even more ridiculous.

    And i suppose, even after abolishing monarchy, things aren’t going to get any better. What is imp. is natural and physical resources, dedication and hard-work to build the nation. In addition, education should be available to all.

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  16. Mr Wagle,
    It must really s&ck to be you. Just read the title “Fuel Price Protest Lesson: Monarchy in Nepal Should Be Abolished”, u are hillarious man. But having said that, kudos to u for showing so explicitly where u stand on the present issues…

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  17. Wagle ji!

    Wake up First thing you should know. We don’t produce the oil in our own country… and we don’t even own a single oil production plant overseas.. and NOC is in dip shit debt how far should we go in debt? Before starting protest and writing story in conspiricy about oil price hike you should make yourself clear how the oil/gold price fluctuate in international market. It is you well educated stupid people who thinks burning the tire and stripping naked the innocent girl is way to protest the oil price hike. It is not the government who controls the oil price what they are trying to do is work along with world economy. One small break down in supply of petrolium will effect the price in whole world, which obviously you don’t know as you are busy writing wired things. First thing is you should go to http://www.howstuffwork.com and read on how the oil market works. Simple thing will you sell your product in less then your production cost?

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  18. Wagle:
    All jokes aside. I mean I don’t agree with some of these people who accuse you of being pro Maoist etc. However, I have to say you are incredibly naive.

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  19. Captain Saheb,

    Thank you for your comment and showing the typical Nepali habit of giving arti upadesh (advices) without knowing any backgrounds. I would have really appreciated your artis had you first gone through my previous blog about oil price hike before posting your artis. I quote a few lines from that for your benifit:

    “The decision, very painful but necessary was taken yesterday…. From the economic point of view, the hike in the petro product price was inevitable because Nepal doesn’t have oil fields and all petro products are imported from international market. The price has risen internationally and that wasn’t adjusted in the previous regime.”

    And I have written in this site that if the government really wanted to avoid protests in these volatile times, it would have done so by adjusting tax for the time being. But Ram Sharan Mahat wasn’t helpful and he was behaving like a sahuji. Plus, I also pointed out the need to reform NOC.

    Personally, I wasn’t and am not against the hike because I know, as you say in your lecture, oil is not something that flows in our Tama Koshi. It has to be imported. And I haven’t blamed monarchy for the hike though Minister Hrideyesh Tripathi has categorically specified so. What I said was, I am repeating it here because it seems you don’t read but only lecture, people are very much ready to protest any decisions that they don’t like. Look at the numerous ongoing protests in various sectors in the country from tea workers to staff nurse students to university teachers. Even petroleum dealers protest for a day and their demand was immediately fulfilled! University teacher’s demand has also been fulfilled after their protests.

    After the success of April Revolution, there is a wide notion that protests are THE most effective medium to that really work. That’s what people think.

    People in Nepal, majority of them, don’t like monarchy and I don’t have quote any surveys to say this. And they will protest to the death if anyone tries to save monarchy. That’s it. Take my words, people will hit the streets if they feel monarchy is being continued in whatever form after CA. That’s the lesson of these protests: don’t try to save monarchy but abolish it.

    So, headline ma petrol ra monarchy sangai aayo bhandai ma, don’t think Wagle believes that Gyanendra was behind the price hike. Read the content. An sachi, baru aru lai arti dinu agadi, yeso aafai po halka adhyaan garne ho ki? Just a thought Captain Saheb. By the way, HSW is one of my favorite sites!

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  20. “Disarm maoists, referendum on monarchy, then elections.” Amen, amen, and amen!

    To accomplish the first our Army must return to the field and go on the offensive. The Maoists will never disarm voluntarily. We are at war for the survival of our nation!

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  21. Wagle,

    What does it take for you to admit, that your article was out of context, and the arguments you were trying so hard to put forward were badly thought out and weakly written? Instead you go on to pummel your audience.

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  22. Wagley says:

    “Take my words, people will hit the streets if they feel monarchy is being continued in whatever form after CA.”

    So hypothetically, if the people vote for monarchy in majority, the writer is going to hit the streets. Or the writer doesn’t want this question to be put to a vote.

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  23. This is another joke;

    When a visitor to a small town in Georgia came upon a wild dog attacking a young boy, he quickly grabbed the animal and throttled it with his two hands.

    A reporter saw the incident, congratulated the man and told him the headline the following day would read, “Valiant Local Man Saves Child by Killing Vicious Animal.”

    The hero told the journalist that he wasn’t from that town.

    “Well, then,” the reporter said, “the headline will probably say, ‘Georgia Man Saves Child by Killing Dog’.”

    “Actually,” the man said, “I’m from Connecticut.”

    “In that case,” the reporter said in a huff, “the headline should read, ‘Yankee Kills Family Pet’.”

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  24. OOPS, Wagle moderation, the maoists way.

    UWB: M P Sharma, you don’t deserve to be approved. You can safely avoid visiting this site.

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  25. what the heck.

    well i did not realize that its your personal blog, you reserve all rights. on the question that i do not ‘deserve’, gather some guts and remove that moderation tag on my previous post and lets the blogger decide upon it. OR make it your personal journal and i will never visit your site ever again. wagle have so little tolerance…

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  26. God lesson silly,

    Plenty of despo maoist girl cadres running about. Go grab one Wagle. Maybe a little rough boy, so take a helmet.

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  27. Wagle,
    STOP SPREADING LIES and YOUR OWN PREJUDICES….such behaviour is not democratic…you are just a Media Monopolist who has NOT DECLARED THE SOURCE of FUNDS driving your rants….surely your PAYMASTERS are not Nepali…..Yechury your paymaster?? other Indian LEFTIST OPPORTUNISTS??..

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  28. first of all it is a democracy. people have the right to support their rights.why cant gp koirala speak on monarchy, why has he to be criticized, its a democracy we’re living in and so do our speech.

    why do you think the maoist are cooperating with 7 parties.
    so they can go to the government through them and have full control over the army and then supress democracy and kill all those who stand against them and run this country in an ANARCHY
    .do you really think that they are true to teir souls . no ,they all are after money ,the money that we pay. they take as less as rs 5 from the potters as CHANDA , why would they leave us then. this is the thing that we all nepali should understand,we should have given the king the 3 years he asked for .if then the conditions detoriate we sahould have taken the action. i’m not saying that whatever the king has done is right.i’m saying that he should have listened to someone intelligent. not those THAKURI AND RANA SIDEKICKS

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  29. article of ameet dhakal is excellent . reform of royal army is necc. poss.
    republic is our demand. gynendree should be in chidiyakhana ok please.

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