So-Called “King” Gyanendra Dethroned in Nepal!!!

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In yet another blow to the royalists in Nepal, the seven party alliance and the maoists in Nepal have literally kicked out king Gyanendra from the throne. He has been stripped off any powers he had possessed and is left disabled.

This is the most awaited news from Nepal. It has several repurcussions in the socio-political life of Nepal and it can as well affect the way the election to constituent assembly will be held in the country. There are very few Nepalese who still believe that the king is the incarnation of God. However, these are the people who are ignorant and are blinded by the myths.

This news hasn’t been formally publicized as of now but mysansar reports that seven party and maoists decided that the interim constitution of Nepal will be implemented only after the arms management.  This was one of the major demand of G.Koirala, the 80+year old all-in-all from Nepal.

What do you people think about this news? It is definitely the best news I have ever heard from back home in a while after the peace agreement with the maoists. Lets hope that we will be able to kick him out of Narayanhity Palace as well.

Peace…

2 Responses to “So-Called “King” Gyanendra Dethroned in Nepal!!!”

  1. vahsek Says:

    Did you read today’s Kantipur? In one of the news articles, it has been printed that, the Maoists supreme Prachanda said, “You (donors) don’t need to fear of us… We are rightist communists.”

    What the heck does it mean?

    Rightist communist? Though I have read a lot of communist literature, I could not understand the meaning of “rightist communist.” What I think is the terminologies in communist literature are more complicated than the French way of pronouncing words. Particularly, the communist literature in Nepali (and, of course, the literature of Nepali communists) are but a verbose write-up. I believe even the ones who have coined the terms or translated from English do not know what the words really mean.

    Rightist communist sounds funny. Goosey, in fact. How can communists be rightist? But Prachanda, the founding father of so-called Prachanda-Path, has admitted he and his comrades are rightist.

    Did he entail the Maoists are a liberal communist party? And used “rightist” as a synonym of “liberal”?

    May be, he tried to play with the words. But he sounded like a boor; he forgot the meaning of the political right apparently. He, the founder of the Prachanda-Path!

    His poor English can be an excuse. However, if what he said is true, the Maoists too are opportunists. Jackdaw in peacock’s feathers. Not different from the rightists with Panchayati background who could show their existence in the Nepali politics.

    Only talking big—about revolution and communism—doesn’t make you communist, Comrade Prachanda! If you still stick to what you believe, you are only a kam-red (less red) not comrade.

    If you are trying to be liberal, it’s most welcome. But if you are thinking of switching to (or have switched) to political right, this will be catastrophe to the Nepali political movement.

    A donkey is a donkey though it may carry the Sultan’s treasure. Hope you understand the meaning of this Arabic proverb.

    [My earnest request to you all is: I am not a student of Political Science. If you have read something about “rightist communism”, please share your knowledge with me.

    Moreover, you Prachanda-Pathists won’t impose a decision of physical punishment to me, for writing this.heheh]

  2. Your-teetotaler-Fren Says:

    Did you read today’s Kantipur? In one of the news articles, it has been printed that, the Maoists supreme Prachanda said, “You (donors) don’t need to fear of us… We are rightist communists.”

    What the heck does it mean?

    Rightist communist? Though I have read a lot of communist literature, I could not understand the meaning of “rightist communist.” What I think is the terminologies in communist literature are more complicated than the French way of pronouncing words. Particularly, the communist literature in Nepali (and, of course, the literature of Nepali communists) are but a verbose write-up. I believe even the ones who have coined the terms or translated from English do not know what the words really mean.

    Rightist communist sounds funny. Goosey, in fact. How can communists be rightist? But Prachanda, the founding father of so-called Prachanda-Path, has admitted he and his comrades are rightist.

    Did he entail the Maoists are a liberal communist party? And used “rightist” as a synonym of “liberal”?

    May be, he tried to play with the words. But he sounded like a boor; he forgot the meaning of the political right apparently. He, the founder of the Prachanda-Path!

    His poor English can be an excuse. However, if what he said is true, the Maoists too are opportunists. Jackdaw in peacock’s feathers. Not different from the rightists with Panchayati background who could show their existence in the Nepali politics.

    Only talking big—about revolution and communism—doesn’t make you communist, Comrade Prachanda! If you still stick to what you believe, you are only a kam-red (less red) not comrade.

    If you are trying to be liberal, it’s most welcome. But if you are thinking of switching to (or have switched) to political right, this will be catastrophe to the Nepali political movement.

    A donkey is a donkey though it may carry the Sultan’s treasure. Hope you understand the meaning of this Arabic proverb.

    [My earnest request to you all is: I am not a student of Political Science. If you have read something about “rightist communism”, please share your knowledge with me.

    Moreover, you Prachanda-Pathists won’t impose a decision of physical punishment to me, for writing this.heheh]

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