Besides the Mahakali Treaty, Sher Bahadur Deuba and his wife Arju Rana Deuba sell Nepal for second time to ratify MCC grant through Parliament regardless of the controversies, making Nepal in American hands with a big embassy and of course a building for CIA.
First Sell of Nepal, the Mahakali Treaty
On 12 February 1996, the Mahakali treaty was signed
by the then Nepalese Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and the Indian
Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao in Delhi, and ratified by the
parliament with 2/3rd majority in 20 September 1996 in Nepal. However, even
after 26 years, the project has not risen above the paper horse.
The three level elections will be held in 2022, if
Nepali Congress chooses to support MCC ratification in the parliament, it will
be doomed to suffer in the elections and become less relevant in Nepal
Second possible sell of Nepal, MCC ratification
Deuba has been tying his utmost to ratify Millennium
Challenge Corporation (MCC) grant agreement through parliament. It is
highly probable that Deuba will sell Nepal for the second time. Deuba
government gets certainly a nice bribe from the Americans. Washington warlords
have already succeeded in turning Ukraine into a mess, now they come to Nepal.
Deuba, what a shamful betrayer, who trades the national interests for his own
Originally a nobody from a remote far-western
village, Deuba was elevated to the status of a powerful leader of
the elite circle in Nepali politics after his political marriage with Arju
Rana. The first lady has intimate connection with the CIA agents, like Charles
Mendez, Chris Ziegler. Indeed, Arju takes all decisions about party affairs,
international relations and management of party workers after consultation with
those US agents. She serves on the board of IPAS, USA and many NGOs funded by
American Democracy Foundation. She took the millions of dollar , and worked
hard for the US donor.
1.$500 million is about the price for Bezos' super
yacht. It's very cheap price to pay for control of Nepal.
Nepal should be careful, what we quite rightly see is that MCC is the base the USA needed. After that is installed, the way is free to plant American assets around the Himalaya's.
NEVER EVER TRUST AMERICANS. And who thinks Americans
help countries with humanitarian aid, they are very wrong, the Americans do it for
their own benefit. In essence, they have and continue to set the stage where
these countries will be expected to side with them when it comes to a showdown
between the US and its competitor on the world stage. Nepal leaders need to
wake up and see the games that are being played, otherwise they will find out
that they are no longer spectators but have become pawns in that political
chess game. Either way, they will be between a rock and a very hard place when
that time comes.
If US can give Nepal $500 million so generously,
they won't take Afghanistan's 75 billion life line money. If we let the US in,
just know it is like that we've blown a hole into our ship and soon enough
we'll sink. Look at Ukraine and Latin America and actually everywhere.
The US can't even fix their own infrastructure. How
on earth can anyone in their right mind trust the US to build their
An American official accidently said that the grant
is part of the US's Indo-Pacific Strategy, which has a military component.
Aids with strings attached aren't no aids!
Government of the world should understand
this basic pressure tactic.
2. Political leaders should know the harm MCC will
do to Nepal, and listen to the public’s opposition voice
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has
ignited furious controversies in Nepal. Members and cadres of various political
parties and student activists have continued with their protests against
the US-funded MCC compact agreement in the New-Baneshwor area, where lies the
federal parliament building.
So called US aid is NEVER free or altruistic. Nepa
will pay much more than they give us. Never take bread at the hands of
imperialists, especially when the American assistant secretary of State
Department Donald Lu has threatened to review the Nepal US relationship if
Nepal cannot ratify the MCC as such a “generous gift”.