Shree Tin Maharaj Baburam

August 4, 2012

Gaijatra in Kirtipur.

“Mahamahim Bhittey Rastrapati of Nepal” is what cracked me up !


Bamu Kissing Prachu’s Arse

November 12, 2008

Bamu Prachu

… and Prachu blushing over it – “Let go Bamu, there are women around”.

Bamu Prachu

Time changes.
Politics changes.
Politicians don’t.

(Pic Dipsh)

Awesome Glare Returns

September 30, 2008
PM Puspa Kamal Dahal "Prachanda"

PM Puspa Kamal Dahal

Pic: Dipsh]

Journalist: There’s a lot of criticism about your taking family members during this visit to US.
PM: It’s totally wrong. I have not taken anyone else which are not affiliated with the party. My wife is a party member of CPN Maoist. My son is also an important party member. Besides, my son now works as a “Computer Technician” at the Prime Minister’s office in Singh Durbar. How can anyone claim such non-sense?

Journalist: How did you find the USA?
PM: I did not find anything significantly different in the USA. Look at us, we have come so far ahead now, but the USA is still stuck where it was.

Journalist: What did you do in Germany?
PM: I feel very lucky to visit the birthplace of “the greatest person of this 1000 years – Karl Marx”. Karl Marx is said to have the “biggest brain” of all – I’m not saying this because he was a Communist – but the world intelligentsia too, support this claim. I became really “emotional” at his birthplace, to be able to go to the house where he grew up, to the room where he stayed.

Actual responses during a press meet at the Tribhuvan International Airport, upon the Prime Minister’s arrival from New York on September 30, 2008.

Detail: Nepalnews

Gandhipath and Prachandapath

April 5, 2008

Prachanda’s speeches are usually entertaining – with a healthy mix of childish whining and day dreaming, based on rather quixotic scenario for his future. With not more than a week for the constituent assembly elections, there he goes, one more time at the same old Open Theater, roaring like a lion. His posture as imposing as ever – he radiates, literally blurring the grim looking images of Stalin and Mao on the background flex.

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