The Ant, Grasshopper and the Maoist

Posted: April 6, 2008 in zust जमर्को
The real picture of Maoist in Nepal

I just found this circulating over the internet and couldn’t resist myself posting here since it shows the real face of maoist of Nepal like the grasshopper of this story.

The story in OLD VERSION
The ant works hard in the scorching heat all summer building his house and laying up supplies for the winter.The grasshopper thinks the ant’s a fool and laughs & dances & plays the summer away.Come winter, the ant is warm and well fed. The grasshopper has no food or shelter so he dies out in the cold.
Now the story in MODERN VERSION
The ant works hard in the scorching heat all summer, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter. The grasshopper thinks the ant’s a fool and laughs & dances & plays the summer away.
Come winter, the shivering grasshopper calls a press conference and demands to know why the ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed while others are cold and starving and calls for a Nepal Bandh with “chakka Jaam” and lots of “tyre burning” to protest this ‘Soshan’.Kantipur TV, Image TV and Nepal 1 TV show up to provide pictures of the shivering grasshopper next to a video of the ant in his comfortable home with a table filled with food. The nation is stunned by the sharp contrast. How can this be that this poor grasshopper is allowed to suffer so much?
The great Civil Society of Nepal steps in and stages a demonstration in front of the ant’s house and a concerned group goes on a fast along with other grasshoppers demanding that grasshoppers be relocated to warmer climates during winter.Amnesty International and Ban Ki Moon, the eighth Secretary General of the UN, criticizes the Nepal Government for not upholding the fundamental rights of the grasshopper.
The Internet is flooded with online petitions seeking support to the grasshopper many promising Heaven and Everlasting Peace for prompt support to poor grasshoppers.Immediately laws are tabled to prevent Ants from working hard in the heat so as to bring about equality of poverty among ants and grasshoppers.Finally, the Judicial Committee drafts the “Prevention of Terrorism Against Grasshoppers Act [POTAGA]”, with effect from the beginning of the winter.
The ant is fined for failing to comply with POTAGA and, having nothing left to pay his retroactive taxes, his home is confiscated by the Nepal Government and handed over to the grasshopper in a ceremony covered by all TV and media.Everyone hails it as “a triumph of justice and revolutionary resurgence of the downtrodden”. Ban Ki Moon invites the grasshopper to address the UN General Assembly.End of the story of great justice done to the Grasshopper.
 src: safal
  1. Safal says:

    Ametya,I have a request, don’t take it negatively. When you put articles from my blog, then I think it would be better if you link it to my blog, or if you have copied the article, then include a link at the bottom of each article that you repost in your blog, not just a text like src:safal which is really very obscure. I think that if people come to my blog from you blog, and see the same article, then I do not want my blog to look like spam.I hope you understand because I want to make my blog as a platform for my writings and hence want to have (c) to the contents to myself. However, since this was a public article you can just remove my intro part, and the combination of the image and the text and put it on your blog without mentioning me. I guess this will be the right kind of approach to take from early days in your blogging.


  2. ametya says:

    Thank you, safal for your kind suggestion. My own blog is which is full of my own created words.This Transponder – ametya blog seeing i think you have known that what i do here. I just places some articles that i loved and liked from other places to here. So it means i am Transponder which carry signals in satellite communication. And i am obeying that word.I also feel odd when i do copy paste other’s articles so i mentioned src : safal like character. And i have known through you that it may seem more obscure, so i have decided i will place your link correctly if i have to put any aricles that i liked any of your article. Thank you for your suggestion..keep suggesting me.


  3. waliz says:

    hi ametya….nice story…i should learn or two lesson from here as i always copy and paste article that i like ….:D


  4. Journathor says:

    Ya waliz…Whenever one copy paste other’s article one have to much more concentrate since one is using other words. I have learned that if i want to be a transponder (carrying words here and there) then i must have to give the author’s link properly. I am going to obey this …are you, too ???


  5. Roopess says:

    HAHAH I hadn’t noticed this past of your blog yar.. really funny!! So you started ur blog long ago isn’t it? And u have just leart the copyright?? Thank god!! Atleast you did. Why don’t you give link of <>Safal<> just now? You can edit the text.. can’t you??


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  7. Shrawan says:

    cant see the picture


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