Nepal: Youth Communist League

United We Blog! on why the Youth Communist League's activities are unacceptable. “Prachanda and his rag-tag army committed the first blunder by declaring an armed rebellion back in 1996. Even if we agree on their claim that they raised awareness in the rural areas, the loss of human lives, infrastructures and economic deterioration do not justify the so-called people’s war.”

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  • The Youth communist league has been doing a good job in Nepal. This statement is in issue with their humiliation of Mr. Prasai and along the PM who in his own right didn’t know that eyes are looking down on him. He has ruled the country ever since he was a teen in his union in Birathnagar to out stir the Rana Rana regime but still wholes sympathy for the Shahs to rule his Brahman head.
    The sacrilege of having taken From Mr. Prasai and not giving the goods is a greater moral sin as felt by Koirala.
    People of his kind should be put to the gallows along with many more of the Nepalese that lived of the wealth of the masses. I have been here to see the guilt of much more.
    Have any doubt please be free to mail or meet me
    And I hope that the young communist league should be in the daily head lines to Bring such plagues of Nepal to the book as the law is too cheap for them.
    Sir Steven William Pitts

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