The mystery of Kishore’s Clinton photo-trick solved!

Kishore Sherchand’s photo-montage with Hillary Clinton admiring Ram Bomjon’s picture had been proven fake by a kind commentator naming himself “Tom”. The original photo, as the links kindly shared by Tom show, was taken of Mrs. Hillary Clinton during her visit of Vietnam, and the framed picture, given as a gift by her hosts was…

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Nepali diaspora in United States supporting pro-Clinton campaign

Hundreds of Nepalis living in the United States are actively involved in the political campaign for the Democratic Party nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton’s bid to get to the White House (The Himalayan Times, August 14, 2016) Featured image: Hillary Clinton visiting Nepal in 1995 and meeting King Birendra. Nepali mum’s son whose T-Shirts for Hillary…

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A gullible next American President?

Admiration for Marx and Lucifer, spiritualist seances evoking Eleanor Roosevelt’s and Gandhi’s voices, friends and advisors among New Age celebrities and jail-served radicals, rituals to Buddha statues – all mixed into a Methodist Christianity… The first female next-president of the US is receptible to the enticing vibrations of the invisible worlds of spirits and magic,…

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Is Hillary Clinton the devotee of Ram Bomjon?

The story of how a hyperactive US-Nepalese Bomjon-devotee wished to changed the American politics, and imprint to the public consciousness his world-rule-hungry guru’s image. During the 2016 US election campaign there had been one candidate who had been picked up by the Bomjon cult in the USA as gullible enough to become their tool to…

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Constitution’s winners and losers

Pahadis, cows and homosexuals celebrate, Madeshis and women mourn, and 3 million earthquake victims worried in tents… The endorsement of Nepal’s Constitution on the 20th of September had become Nepal’s most important national day. Yet by far not for everyone in the country.  Featured image source Pinterest.com. The majority of Hindu Pahadis, Buddhist Gurungs, Tamangs,…

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The invisible power behind the birth of Nepal’s Consitution

Two days ago Nepal’s most awaited “baby” had been born, after a long overdone “pregnancy”: the Constitution –  coinciding with the Teej Festival which sanctifies femininity. Once again it had been shown that for men to be succesful, they need the sacrifices (fasting) of their women, and to show respect to them by allowing them…

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How do Nepalis see the Madeshi Andolan

(Archived artcle from 2015). As English news of the Nepali media are filtered and censored to be “politically correct”, one needs to know the language and communicate regularly with locals, to understand what is in reality going on in Nepal… There are many levels to find out what is happening in Nepal in reality:1. The…

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