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Former President Jimmy Carter's Visit To Nepal Should Be Stopped

Respected NewsBlaze Editor,

We hear the former president of America, Jimmy Carter, plans to visit Nepal. This seems very suspicious to us, because Carter wants to support another CA election to continue the crisis we are in. Is he supporting the booth capturing and enormous threatening of the voters that happened last time?

We have already presented his ill intentions. Then, why is Carter making a visit at this particular time?

It seems Nepal is increasing becoming the target of the international community. Foreign forces are trying to spread their influence in this holy- Hindu and Buddhist land by spending billions of dollars to encourage proselytism.

We never support such suspicious visits of any foreigners who impose the dirty feeling - 'Christianity' to the common Nepalese people.

Carter is also dubious in his decision. If another CA election will be held, Mr Jimmy Carter will apparently support the save dictatorial type of election as before.

Speaking for the self-styled "international community", he will in all probability call it a free and fair democracy as he did even before the booth captured voting had ended last time in April 2008!

We Nepalese people have some advice for Jimmy Carter. As an old man, you should rest in your home in America.

We are suspicious that the Carter Foundation is closely associated with the secular issues which Nepal denies.

In this time is not good for him because CJ Khilraj Regmi - the present head of government - is highly controversial.

Even the Bar Association is voicing opposition against the proxy PM - Khilraj Regmi.

So we Nepalese people request Jimmy Carter not to visit Nepal to play the Joker card on us.

I note these previous stories:
Management by Helicopter: Carter's Futile Visit
Carter's Nepal Prescription
Carter's Colossal Delusions
Dance of the Vampires
Political Dynasties, Democratic Values & National Sovereignty
Jimmy Carter's Human Rights Disaster in Iran

Dirgha Raj Prasai,
Political Analyst-Nepal

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