September 7, 2012, - 4:52 pm

Maobama Recognizes Maoist Mass Murderers, Removes Them From State Dept Terrorist List

By Debbie Schlussel

Barack Obama has come full circle in sympathizing with his Maoist comrades on the left and enabling them to power and beyond. While Maoist rebels now ruling Nepal murdered more than 13,000 Nepalese people in their quest to control the country, Obama just removed them from the State Department terrorist list and will now recognize and deal with them. On the other hand, if we can enable Muslim Brotherhood, Al-Qaeda, and HAMAS to power in Libya, Egypt, and, soon, Syria, it’s only fair that we not discriminate against their fellow murderers in Nepal, right? Oh, and don’t hold your breath for a President Romney to reverse course. He won’t.

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Maobama & Enables Followers of Chairman Mao

The United States on Thursday removed Nepal’s ruling Maoist party, which after a bloody, decade-long insurgency now heads a caretaker government, from its blacklist of terrorist organizations.

After almost a decade as a designated global terrorist body, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), or CPN(M), which laid down its arms in 2006 to enter politics, was struck off the list, the State Department said.

An estimated 16,000 people died in a brutal 1996-2006 “people’s war” fought by the Maoists against the centuries-old and once absolute monarchy before the rebels turned to politics and swept to power in elections two years later.


“After a thorough review,” the State Department said the party was “no longer engaged in terrorist activity that threatens the security of US nationals or US foreign policy.”

The delisting means that US organizations and companies can now conduct business with the Maoist leadership, and any property or interests that were frozen in the United States are no longer blocked.

Formed in 1994, the party was designated a global terrorist entity by the United States in 2003 and added to the terrorist exclusion list the next year.

“At the time of the designations, the CPN(M) was engaged in a violent war with the Nepalese government,” a State Department official told AFP.

The party’s “terrorist activities resulted in the death or disappearance of thousands of Nepali citizens, and resulted in the murder of two US embassy security guards.”

More recently, however, it “has participated in democratic elections, has taken steps to dismantle its capability to conduct terrorist activities, and has demonstrated a credible commitment to pursuing the peace and reconciliation process in Nepal as the current head of Nepal’s coalition government,” the official told AFP.

The Maoists won elections in the Himalayan nation in 2008 and oversaw the abolition of the monarchy.

Hey, sounds just like HAMAS!

And we are de facto recognizing HAMAS, too, as it gets billions in U.S. aid and came to power amidst elections pushed by President Bush and Condi Clueless.

And now it’s more of the same in Nepal.

America . . . installing our enemies, killing our friends. Same ol’, same ol’.

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19 Responses

Jimmy Carter told in the 1980s we don’t have to fear Communism.

Obama made good on it! If he gets re-elected, he’ll tell us we have nothing to fear from Islam!

This is the first shoe dropped on Nepal. The other shoe will be dropped later.

Gotta love how he’s managed to turn in the space of four years, all of our friends into our enemies and of all of our enemies into our friends!

Now that’s Hope N Change!

NormanF on September 7, 2012 at 4:59 pm

It is the same group known as Naxalites in India: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naxalite

They have committed appalling atrocities in India. We can be sure that India will not appreciate this one bit, since the Naxalites in Nepal will almost certainly help their brethren in India.

Worry01 on September 7, 2012 at 5:08 pm

Our Foreign Policy dictates that we will empower and support our enemies as the reward for their sacrifice. Our losses are punishment for our participation. Obama believes in reparation, Mooshell said,”… that ideas are more important than politics.”
We have made Iran and China stronger by default. They are outplaying us and laughing at our decline.Why are they so brilliant,and we are so challenged.This Moosie wants to redesign the world, like FDR. The man is possessed and if re-elected will be very dangerous.

Colonel Biteme on September 7, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Years ago I never thought I’d see the day where the United States is on the wrong side of virtually every international question, but, unfortunately, I think that has happened.

Maybe the addition of the Haqqani network to the list of terrorists was meant as a sop to India, but of course this addition is in words only, and will not mean very much to India.

Little Al on September 7, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    Al, we may have contributed to a future situation where India is forced to invade Nepal. The Naxalites in India will consider Nepal a safe haven, and the leadership will depart for it when things get hot. India is not prepared to allow another Pakistani situation to arise, since Nepal does not have the means to inflict grave harm on India, unlike Pakistan. The people who will suffer the most will be the bulk of the Nepalese population. It is nice to know that we have nudged that process along.

    Worry01 on September 7, 2012 at 7:04 pm

Does anyone remember that the Obama-Putin’s had a Mao ornament on their “Holiday” tree?

That’s why the dopey donks are so fricken’ pathetic. Those who love and support Obama-Putin have no idea where Nepal…or China is. They get all agro when you are anti-Obama-Putin but of course we know more about MaObama more than they ever will.

DS mentions Hamas and she is correct. I have noticed all week that The Boston Glob (I never read the bird cage-lining but I am working where it is available this month) and for 3 days straight I have noticed the promoting of Moooooooslims. Three days in a row. Wow. They don’t talk about Australians that way and I would love daily coverage of anything Australian. We know what they are doing…

Skunky on September 7, 2012 at 7:37 pm

This should be a easy lay up for the Romney campaign. Hope he really uses it instead of playing along.

samurai on September 7, 2012 at 8:36 pm

    I would hope that they would Samurai, since it does clearly chip away at the Obama Administration’s claims about foreign policy competence. It is time for the Democratic Party to get over its necrophiliac attachment to Osama bin Ladin’s corpse, and bury it. Assassinating a foreign terrorist leader is nice, but it does not constitute a foreign policy. I rather doubt that we would emulate such a course with Russia, China, Iran, or North Korea. Also, I am not sure what the relationship is between a federal bailout of General Motors and the assassination of Osama bin Ladin is, unless we are talking to what happened to the share and bond holders of General Motors.

    Worry01 on September 7, 2012 at 8:58 pm

Romney isn’t going to say a word about foreign policy if he can help it. He supported the Arab Spring, can’t bring himself to even mildly criticize the UN, can’t bring himself to say that sanctions against Iran are a joke. He is running a one-issue campaign, on the economy, and tries as much as possible to avoid discussion on anything else.

Little Al on September 7, 2012 at 9:43 pm

But the US has recognised “Maoist” China for decades, and the US Establishment has never had any moral qualms about who it does business with so there’s really nothing new about this.

http://reformed-theology.org/html/books/best_enemy/index.html

Nigel on September 8, 2012 at 6:14 am

    Nigel, these are real Maoists, like Sendero Luminoso in Peru. China buried Mao and his belief system in the 1970′s. That does not make China nice. China has not been in the revolution spreading business for decades.

    Worry on September 8, 2012 at 8:25 am

No, there is nothing new, but the fact that a damaging and wrong foreign policy repeats previous mistakes does not make it good — it compounds and worsens the damage, because it has been continued over a longer time.

If a criminal steals, it does not make it better because he has stolen before.

Little Al on September 8, 2012 at 7:56 am

Who was it who said Mao was one of her favorite philosophers?

skzion on September 8, 2012 at 10:06 am

Debbie, there is a difference b/w the Maoists winning an election in Nepal, vs Hamas winning in the PA. A majority of Palis enthusiastically supported Hamas – not the case in Nepal, where most Nepalese were intimidated.

In Nepal, the Maoists came to power in the same way that Communists worldwide in elections always have – through massive voter intimidation, & rigging. The Nepalese are not Communists – in fact, although the Maoists have abolished Nepal being a Hindu nation, that was never well received by the population @ large. Most of their attempts to change things boomeranged on them.

Problem however is that Nepal has such a strong faction that backs the former royalists, even though the monarchy was abolished, and the bulk of the populace certainly doesn’t support Hinduism not being the country’s official religion. In Nepal, Hinduism & Buddhism co-exist peacefully, and Muslims are not even 2% of the population. So the Maoists are missing an important factor in Nepal that they might otherwise have found useful.

As for India, it’s reaping the consequences of interfering in Nepal and helping undermine the Nepalese monarchy in the 90s, so that that country is now in the hands of people who support Maoist thugs in India. As they say, karma is a bitch!

Infidel on September 8, 2012 at 11:02 am

While China does not have an overtly revolutionary policy as it did during the heyday of Communism, it still supports some of the most disgusting regimes in the world, such as Iran and North Korea. It also practices territorial bullying, e.g. in the South China Sea, and has been trying to browbeat Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam. The most informed commentators and scholars put a question mark over the way that China will evolve (or devolve), and of course their foreign policy does not occur in a vacuum. Our policy of appeasement will not help.

Little Al on September 8, 2012 at 11:29 am

I think we need to encourage Gurkhas to emigrate to the US and enlist in our military. They would make an excellent addition to our elite special forces and as long as they are treated as equals in our ranks, they will loyally fight for us. I fear the Maoists actively trying to eradicate them. Of course many Maoists will die trying to take on Gurkha warriors but still, I think we should actively recruit them. Don’t let the Gurkha warriors get screwed.

MarkSWFL on September 9, 2012 at 7:45 am

I don’t know if there are any Nepalese in America. There don’t seem to be too many.

Ghostwriter on September 10, 2012 at 6:47 pm

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