Big Brother Perspective

Stumbled upon these articles, which clearly demonstrate how typical Indians view Nepal – not as a Country but a semi-colonial “Hindu” state with a monarch. The Constituent Assembly Elections is over, the CPN Maoists are to head the government and in the mean time, here are the Big Brother’s perspective on Nepal:

India Gifts Nepal to China

“The path the Nepal Maoists, once they are in power, will follow is already well-known. The monarchy, which has served as an anchor for Nepali society, will be dismantled. Instead of being a Hindu kingdom, which gave that country its unique identity, Nepal will be made a ’secular republic’. The ’secular’ character is likely to mean anti-Hindu (as in India)”

“China has already built a highway up to Kathmandu.”

“But New Delhi’s fatal mistake was to accept the Maoist demand to end the monarchy.”

“India could have helped the non-Communist political forces in Nepal to convert the absolute monarchy into constitutional monarchy.”

“It is surprising that India, which had a stake in the outcome of the Constituent Assembly election, chose to turn a blind eye to these developments. It has now paid the price, both for its inaction and lack of imagination in its Nepal policy.”

And another classic one.

Losing the Last Hindu Kingdom

“What is the problem with the king? He has provided stability, and security to the people of Nepal. Are our Indic Kings feudal?”

“Why should Monarchy be abolished? No one seems to ask this question. With most medias under western control and maoists control, there was deliberate unreasonable propoganda against the king. Even BBC is believed to have included in this propoganda.”

“Coming to Nepal, the Christian in disguise Baburam Battarai and his team of hooligans will have plundered the Nation by the time people wake up to the threat. You will love to hear the Church bells ringing instead of temple bells there. Christianity and the Commies go hand in hand.”

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5 Responses to Big Brother Perspective

  1. senthil says:

    I think, you should be one of the communists supporter. Its not india. But, many of the nepalis were of the same opinion..

    /** not as a Country but a semi-colonial “Hindu” state with a monarch. **/

    I would like to correct your stance.. we see nepal as a cultural brother and a Hindu nation, headed by Monarch. Definitely not as a colonial state.
    And we want nepal to be headed by monarch, to preserve the culture, which would definitely ravaged by the maoists.

  2. senthil says:

    Btw, here after nepal would be the real colonial state of China..

  3. ShutUp says:

    Do not think.. be sure. NO I am not a communist supporter, nor am I a “Christian”. I did not vote for the communists on this elections, either.

    You want Nepal to be this.. you want Nepal to be that? It’s always been what you want Nepal to be, isn’t it? You want Nepal to be like Bhutan and eventually Sikkim. You want Nepal to dance on Indian tune, forever, don’t you?

  4. Anish says:

    “I would like to correct your stance.. we see nepal as a cultural brother and a Hindu nation, headed by Monarch. Definitely not as a colonial state.
    And we want nepal to be headed by monarch, to preserve the culture, which would definitely ravaged by the maoists.”

    I don’t get it. Why are YOU (a non-Nepali) so keen on dictating what Nepal’s culture should be like? Shouldn’t that be left upto the Npealis? they voted and apparently – no one wants the king around.. so where do you fit in?

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