Saturday, December 28, 2013

Remebering Mao!

China celebrated Mao's 120th birth anniversary with noodles and fireworks.  How come we didn't get to see any fireworks in Perisdanda?  Maybe, our Mao-wallahs are still sulking over the results of the CA election and can't seem to get over their dismal performance.

Our comrades could have applied for a special permit to have fireworks display and provided us all free thukpas or even momos to celebrate the occasion. When will our clowns learn to give instead of just looting the state treasury to fill their belly? 

At least give us a rebate for once. If all our political parties can organize a momo party once a year then we could at least figure out who makes the best momos and maybe that would help us to  decide on whom to vote in the next election.

I think all our Mao-wallahs should at least learn one Chinese revolutionary song.  And then they can all gather around the Chinese Embassy and sing songs praising Mao. Then the Chinese would have at least doled out some funds for our comrades to organize a street festival in honor of Mao.

How come our great Emperor doesn't even know Mandarin? At least a YouTube message with some Chinese greeting would have won the hearts and minds of millions of Chinese folks. Or maybe, he could have visited a hot pot place in Thamel and showed us the Chinese owners his chop sticks skills.

But our comrades have other things to worry about. No, they are not interested to work out  their differences with other clowns and join the Constituent Assembly to give us a constitution within a year. 

It's all about how to figure out if it's possible to get a ministry or two and make some dough for the next election. And our big boss is having migraine headaches trying to figure out how to make his stooges happy since he will have to leave out a whole bunch of folks from the PR list.

If our great leader wants to be remembered after he is long gone then it's time to look back at Mao's mistakes.  Yes, Mao gets the credit for being the founder of Communist China and he will always be their great leader but his political and economic magic tricks caused tens of millions of deaths. 

If it wasn't for Deng and his gang with their 'economic formula' then we would not be having Chinese byaparis buying up all our herbs and stuff.  When will our clowns learn from our chimekis? 

Our Emperor can take some credit for our Constituent Assembly natak  and us being a Republic but his dream of founding a Communist Republic is now almost over.  

The Chinese are not interested to have a new Mao land and the Desis have their own Maoists to worry about and won't be helping our comrades to capture state powers. So let's put the 'Red Book' aside and follow the 'Deng' formula for a change. Or maybe we can ask Manmohan Singh to head our National Planning Commission after he is done playing Prime Monster in India.

Chinese President Xi even went on to remind his fellow citizens that leaders are not gods and people should be allowed to point out the mistakes that they have made.  Our Emperor should  learn a thing or two from the Chinese.  We all make mistakes. It would be nice if our Emperor admitted his and tried to correct them instead of blaming the whole world for vote rigging and other nataks.

Our comrades are closet capitalists and we won't have worry about some crazy economic nataks even if our comrades one day get the majority to govern us again.  

We have seen what they are capable of when they were in power. They would rather let the fake VAT bill byaparis run amok and loot some more rather than lower the food prices and introduce development projects to help improve the lives of the common folks.

But we never know. One day, our great leader might wake up with a new economic formula for all of us where we all have to go to work in our farms where the comrades live in the city and enjoy the good life.  If our Emperor can’t get his cake and eat it all then he might even follow some of Mao's playbook like coming up with a Cultural Revolution natak.  

Let's hope that we won't see that day. Millions of Chinese suffered during then as 'Red' guards attacked universities, temples and many heritage sites. But so far, our Emperor has not shown us any of the crazy illnesses that plaque other great leaders. We are still waiting for a 3 billion dollar Lumbini face-lift and more billions for our 40,000 MW electricity.

Our great leader is not happy with Dr. Saheb because our smarty pant wants a two-term limit for party leaders. Our Emperor wants to stay on the top seat for at least another decade and the only way to do that would be to send all the disgruntled ones to the country side for reeducation. Dr. Saheb wants election in his own party instead of  top leaders choosing their own stooges to fill up the posts.  

We are a Republic but our political parties are run by a bunch of despot. Maybe our cadres should revolt and bring democracy to their own parties first and then worry about the nation later.

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