外文标题：Former Nepal PM Baburam Bhattarai all praise for Chinese ‘dream’
BEIJING: Nepal's former prime minister and vice-chairman of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) Baburam Bhattarai has gone a step further than Pakistani leaders in trying to please China's new leader Xi Jinping, calling his idea of the Chinese dream as a "dream of the whole world".
Bhattarai, a Communist ideologue, told the official Xinhua news agency that the Chinese dream was entirely different from the western dream, which thrived on colonization and exploitation of the third world. "The Chinese dream is about ending that domination and granting freedom to all people of the world and ensuring peace, prosperity and democracy to all. So Chinese dream is fundamentally different from the older day's dream of the western world," he said.
But he said the Nepali dream was closely linked to both India and China. "If there is political stability here and if there is correct political leadership and well balanced relations with our neighbouring countries- China and India - then we can realise our dream," Bhattarai said adding Kathmandu can become a "vibrant bridge" between Beijing and New Delhi.
Asked about tri-lateral cooperation, he said: "I believe even in India, this opinion is slowly gaining momentum and soon there will be massive moments to have good relations among the three neighbours. It will take some time but ultimately it will be realized," the agency quoted Bhattarai as saying.
Ajay Sharma (Germany)
China cannot ensure it own people anything. 200 million still living under poverty line and there are thousands of millionaires, which is not the dream of a communist. Baburam Bhattaria should be very careful. Not that Nepal face the same fate as Tibet.
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Monk Hermit (Counteyless made by the Maoist and Indians ) replies to Ajay Sharma
It is on the contrary. Babe Bhattarai is an Indian agent, groom and brought up by Indian Establishment, and he is sent to Nepal by his masters to make Nepal. also referred to as North Bihar these days, possession of India---also, the fact is that were it not for China India would have annexed Nepal way back in 1960. Thanks to Chou En Lai India could not annex Nepal---and it is a well known fact ---.
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Nesporine (KTM) replies to Ajay Sharma
Funny thing is India still compares itself with China. China is way way ahead of India. Talk to any Indian who have been to China.
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Prakash Bhattarai (Nepal) replies to Ajay Sharma
Check the statistics! Nepal is fast outpacing India in its Human Development Index. It is but a matter of time that Nepal,with alternative economic partners, will be able to come out of its India locked position and prosper. Tibet's economic scenario today is far far better than most of India or other South Asian countries. But if you are talking abt absence of democracy. No one wants Indian democracy where 500 million people live under extreme poverty , where women are afraid to come out of their homes or where prime minister or Kingmakers are only Gandhi or Nehru. Democracy is sycophantic in India.s
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Baburam Bhattarai, you're a pleasant personality. I invite you to Chandigarh again. :-)
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Kamal Narayan (kathmandu)
Bhattarai a failed and corrupt ex-prime minister who thinks his relatives can develop Nepal is worried about the wisdom of foreign leader,what a pity ?
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this idiot is blind too ? exploitation by west ? china to show way ? the tibetans and ughur have diFfrent story to tell . he must have dumb parents with faullty genes
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Nesporine (KTM) replies to ash
Why are some Indians so sick worried about Ughyur and Tibetans with whom they barely share anything but didn't seem to care what their own countrymen from Northeast wants. A person living in a glass house mustn't throw stones at other.
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JBatterai (Nepal) replies to ash
Look who is talking. A black in UK trying to improve his own bad genes saying others have faulty genes. Wake up bad black boy, did the white girl complain about your odour ?
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Arup Ghosh (Calcutta)
NEPAL ? NOW A PART OF CHINA.....................
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Gurkha (Nepal) replies to Arup Ghosh
......................................................better than part of India.
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Monk Hermit (Countryless mad e by teh Maoists and Indians ) replies to Arup Ghosh
No it is on the contrary. It is the colony of Bihar and India. I suggest you to verify this fact /
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Former Nepal PM may praise for Chinese dream. But, why should he say that the western dream is exploitation and colonization only? Did he not earn his PhD degree using English language as the medium of his higher education? Why he is wearing suit and tie every day if it is a part of colonization and exploitation ? Be a great politician, not a cheap politician?
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chinese leaders have not yet specified the contours of China dream.a debate has just begun. Nepalese leaders should wait and watchand then decidide to support it or not.Dreams are good and every body should be encouraged to have a dream.dreams should not be overbearing and over ambitious.
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NEPAL IS EATEN BY CHINA.
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Susnatha Nath (Silchar)
Barking for grabbing eat-up bones !!
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One day china will say NEPAL is also our part..SAME LIKE TIBET........Then WHAT will say Maoist leader.......
dreams are welcome so long as they are not overbearing ang aggressive in nature.nepalese leaders should first understand the nature and intent of chinse dream and wheather the are talking of realising their socalled historical dreams of central Kingdom or of realising dream of a harmonious society. To early to comesment . Just watch and wait and in the meantime suggest napalese leaders start learning Chinese.free lessons are available on line. .
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We all saw what democracy and freedom look like in India in past 60 yrs - we have 60% poverty population of THE World! Average Tibetan life standard are much higher than Indians'....if you visited that region you will know. People will know what they need....not meaningless words on mouths which can't feed hunger.
Harry Harj (USA)
Bhattarai, you are speaking in the tone of Chinese hitlerite communists. What ,you have to say about incursions by chinese in Indian terrirotory, and last war between the 2 countries in 1962, in which which they are still occupying vast territory of India's land. If the things get going as they are, it won't be very far off, when chinese hitlertite hooilgans will be ruling in Tibet. Tibet will lose it's soveriegnity, And poor tibetan masses will suffer under the foreign chinese hitlertite rulers. So wake up, before it is too late. Advice to Shri Batharai: Come out of your own personal ambitions, and think about your motherland country Tibet and future of their poor masses JAI HIND
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Nesporine (KTM) replies to Harry Harj
Tibet's sovereignty? Tibet is already a part of China. In which year are you living in?
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Rahul (delhi) replies to Nesporine
Tibet was a sovereign nation before China occupied it in the year 1959, China forcefully claims Tibet as part of China, and Nepal is no any different, it has lost its sovereignty over China, everything works in Nepal according to China's wishes...
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Nesporine replies to Rahul
I am well aware of that. But this article wasn't published before 1959 to comment something like "Tibet will soon loose its sovereignty".
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Nesporine replies to Rahul
Seriously, which year are you guys living in? Must be before India forcefully took control over Sikkim, even when Nehru promised that India would never use arms to seize control of Sikkim from Hands of Sikkimese Ruler. Sikkim hasn't developed an inch from what Britishers left. But look at Tibet. China has given unimaginable to Tibet. As someone Tibetan it's okay to fight and speak for their sovereignty but as a countrymen of a country who forcefully seized sovereignty of other country like Sikkim they should stop talking about sovereignty. That's makes other people say "WHAT A JOKE".
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Monk Hermit (Countryless made by the Maoists and Biharis ) replies to Rahul
what a pity. For you seem to have no clues about Nepal and the situation surrounding it. I am talking about who is colonizing and ruling it. For it is the Biharis and Indians who are exploiting and ruling this country and not China. Babe bhattarai and Pakhandi Dalal are Indian agents--groomed and fed by India and not by China---also, tell me who is the president of Nepal ? Is it a Chinese or an Indian ?And tell me please who controls is economy and trade and its many rivers --is it India or China
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Rakesh (USA) replies to Harry Harj
What China is doing with Tibet is very similar to what India did to Sikkim and Bhutan. India helped Bhutan to get rid of hundred of thousand of pro democracy people. Now they are residing in Nepal as refugee. Funny thing is Nepal doesn't share border with Bhutan but still they came to Nepal via India. India and Nepal have not been through any war but still everyday India is encroaching Nepalese land, it doesn't become news in India but in Nepal it becomes. We don't support India because they didn't respect our trust, Divide and rule mentality of India will backfire very soon, you guys don't have any friend in south Asia other than Bhutan.
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