Nepal No Gas No Propane No Electricity Pokhara,Nepal Asia February 6, 2007
I find the cleaning girl in the Kitchen pumping a Kerosene stove, she says small gas, or hard to buy propane.
I walk down the street and see a huddle of motorcycles and a queue of cars lined up at a gas station, it is a huddle because they do not understand a line.
Every day they say, - Low Setting - or Low Shading or Load Shedding, the bottom line every day between 3 and 10 hours there is no electricity in homes.
Yes there are Maoist, there seems to be no shortage of problems caused by them, I think there is no government now to fight them, so meet the new boss, worst than the old boss, the Maoist.
Something is broken here, and there is nothing spiritual about it, God is not on vacation here, he took the last train out.
I would normally do not think the United Nations is needed, but I think time to bring in NATO or United Nations Soldiers to clean house. The United Nations could run this place better, and they are the worst boss on the planet, but better than the new boss of Nepal.