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Nepal's opposition Maoist party has been dragged into a snowballing scandal with a leaked audio tape indicating the former guerrillas sought NRS 500 million from Chinese "friends" to buy MPs' votes ahead of Sunday's election...
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Tibtopman  

Location: Nepal
Subject: Thugs to rule Nepal!
Sep 07 2010 10:07 PM

It seems that Nepal is now waking up from the deep sleep, it is matter of laugh to me, ha!...ha!...ha!....Chinese regime had a hand in Nepali Maoist since it was born, that is why they are able to rise into political power. Nepali Maoist had been receiving many Chinese aids through the remote borders of Western Tibet via Limi and Wumla, Karnali jilla. Tibetan and Limi traders had seen a truck load of concealed goods passing through borders without any check by the Chinese police and customs and were handed over to the Nepali Maoist.

Chinese regime's involvement in Nepali politics is like a poison of slow death to the peace and harmony of Nepali people! It is now high time for the Nepalese to rise and revolt against the Maoist thugs in Nepal, they all should be given the harshest of all punishment by Nepali law, it is because they cheated Nepali people by giving them false hopes and promises, which caused the suffering and lives of tens of thousands of innocent Nepali, and finally ruined the peaceful Nepal! In reality Maoist are selling the sovereignty of Nepali people to the autocrat Chinese regime, what crime can be more serious then endangering the sovereignty of Nepal and the lives of many thousands of innocent Nepali?

Down with Maoist thugs in Nepal!
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