We Nepalese people are suffering from the traitors who are destroying the unity, and the identities of Nepal! The Nepalese democratic exercise faced a black period between 2005-2010. During this period, Nepalese people tolerated the worst political practices made by corrupt leaders. The nation achieved extreme heights of lawlessness, theft, robbery, ransom and murders.
The corruption is out of control. Nobody is responsible for controlling the corruption, and the Republic and Secularism is not Nepal’s issue. We know that:
So, the concerns of the Nepalese people is how to rid ourselves of the real issues.
A Republic is not a way out of the problems. Terrorism would take over the nation in absence of the royal institution. In Nepal’s history, for over 240 years the Shah dynasty did not allow Nepal to disintegrate. Even in difficult situations, the dynasty preserved their national dignity. Even when anti-national elements made India close the borders, they brought food and oil for the people through the ships. The dynasty that never bowed down to foreign influence bowed down to the people.
But the Nepalese people still have not recognized the true value of the institution, and now, the nation is in danger. Without the Monarchy (the alternative force), Nepal can’t save itself. So, the people around Nepal & abroad demand -‘King! Come, Save the Nation.’
The leaders of the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML, Madhesis-based leaders and Maoists were never true and honest toward Nationality and democracy. They only made democracy a begging bowl for their convenience. The Maoists who had rebelled (since-1996) against the bad governance and the mismanagement of the country, also jumped into the politics of power-sharing between the Nepali Congress and the UML.
If the Maoists were interested in politics over power, why did they kill more than 15,000 people and destroy development infrastructure worth billions of rupees?
It is outrageous that the Congress, UML and the Maoists are toeing the line on the agenda and guidelines of the Indian intelligence agency, RAW, and they pose a danger to the country’s existence. Leaders of the political parties are always tangled up in petty disputes and are carelessly playing with the prestige of the nation.
The Nepalese Maoists, and many other Left leaders (who are blind about Nepalese nationality) are obsessed and gripped with the idea of making Nepal a Republic state. How could they establish sovereignty just by removing a Monarchy without any logical and rational reasons? This would only be a ‘Herculean Attempt’ without any logic and even absurd.
Why would there be a need for a King if Nepal can survive without it?
But Nepal should not be compared to other nations. Reinstating the Monarchy is Nepal’s alternate power. Nepal does not demand an autocratic royal institution, but a pro-people institution. The institution of monarchy is such a strong force that it fights off imperialist forces in order to create a greater Nepal. The King of Nepal never sold the nation, he never pleaded before foreigners, and never killed his own people – and will never do so.
I wouldn’t say this if I was a citizen of Japan (even though there’s is a monarchy), America, Egypt or any other nation, in those countries, I would have said that the nation will survive without the monarchy–but I am in Nepal. The geographical and class reality of Nepal is such, that the absence of the monarchy means there will no longer be a Nepal. So, King! Come!Save Nepal!
Nepal is a small country and on the south border there is a big country with an open border. There are about 800 million Hindus and Indian Hindus that respect Nepal as a Hindu kingdom. This should be taken as a matter of pride for all Hindus. For security reasons also, Nepal has a big advantage by being a Hindu country & the birth place of Buddha. Even if one is a Christian or a Muslim, they should support keeping Nepal a Hindu nation.
But the so-called big parties have made a great mistake by announcing Nepal as a secular state. The Indian congress could not comprehend the realities of its neighbouring nations, due to which Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi died. India is striving to end the identity of Nepal bringing together some sources and encouraging its traitors like, former PM late Girija Prasad, Krishna Sitoula, Ramchandra Poudel, former PM Madhav Nepal. Jhalanath, Subash Nembang, Bamdev, the Maoist Baburam Bhattarai, Dinanath, Dev Gurung and Madhesi leaders (almost 15-30 such traitors). Nepal and the Nepali people, spread across the world, are very angry at the rude intervention by India.
Now it is high time Nepal be careful to save her indigenous culture & traditions. If the monarchy and the Hindu Kingdom are to be abolished from Nepal, India also can’t be secure. The absence of the Nepalese monarchy will mean an end to all the religious cultures and traditions of India, because in Nepal, there are the special rights of the king himself for the various Dhams & Temples of India. Similarly, China also will divide in the name of Free – Tibet. This is why China’s great leader Mao Ze Dong and other Chinese leaders support the royal institution in Nepal for Nepal-China security.
The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, who is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate and one of the most respected Buddhists worldwide supports the Nepalese monarchy. In the context of discussion on the republic in Nepal, senior leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Lalkrishna Advani had said: ‘The framework for constitutional monarchy in Nepal should be consolidated because monarchy is the symbol of Nepal’s identity and sovereignty. Nepal should also have an active and dynamic multi-party democracy’. But we in Nepal are trying to dig up a well when there already is water in our rivers.
In 2006 24 April, the monarch handed over the regime to be governed in accordance to the 1990 constitution. But the traitors and corrupted, after coming to power, abolished the 1990 constitution without the knowledge of the monarch and imposed an interim constitution!
Girija including leaders from NC, UML and Maoists who took oaths from the King at the royal palace betrayed the King. The 1990 constitution is not dead. The King must and will be reinstated as per the 1990 constitution. Now the so-called Loktantric (traitor’s) regime has failed. The alternative is to return to the 1990 Constitution – and a democracy with the king. The king needs to form an inclusive cabinet under the leadership of either the Maoist chairman Prachanda (being a controversial leader) or a former chief justice and find a solution with that backing.
The permanent organization that can protect the nation and its identity is the royal institution. We need to coordinate and balance the Nepali nationality, royal institution and democracy, bring the prevalent corruption to an end and to focus on development of backward regions and classes against the foreign intervention. We cannot go on supporting the mistakes of the corrupt leaders. No one can survive long by stepping on fire. The Royal Institution is a compulsion and a necessity to re-establish the nation. There should be unity between the King and the People.
So, the majority of Nepalese people still say: King! Come! Save Nepal!