My dear loyal followers,
First let me reprimand you for not being Facebook fans of mine. Not knowing how to read and write in English or not owning a computer or not visiting Facebook are not adequate excuses. All of you should give your names to my PA and those with Facebook accounts should give your login and password. He will create accounts and press “like” and “follow” etc. where necessary. If you have ideas on what I should be saying or doing on the internet speak to my daughter who runs the page.
Now, to the topic at hand. You will have all noticed that I was dressed as a northern mountain villager during the national day. (please note I say national day and not National Day. This is because the real National Day should be 9 April 2008 when I became PM and formed first government of Bhutan.) I have spent four and half years going around the world for GNH and UN seat and for so many forums where I was presented with so many honours (remember the honour from university in Bihar?). People were getting restless with my absence from Bhutan (minds poisoned by idle civil servants). So in a master stroke I decided to dance in village clothes. This is very important. I told Kuensel, Journalist, Bhutan Today and Observer to publish this picture and BBS to broadcast. They have done it. Your job is to reach these pictures to the people in our villages and show them that I was always in Bhutan for the last four and half years.
This should be supplemented by the footages of me running and breathlessly talking to the BBS during my northern tour. The reporter was an idiot. He suggested we should sit on the grass and talk. I devised the whole scene. I ran in one spot for over an hour to become breathless! Very difficult after a four hour horse ride and a full lunch with my son! My knees still hurt from that hour of exercise for the video. So don’t let my effort be wasted.
I will be coming for my tours around the country soon. I have asked HE Rinsy the First Lady to make a few ghos which look very cheap and old, so I look humble. On your part you must tell the people I never want any special decorations and arrangements during my visit (but the Dzongdags will be instructed to maximize chadri with processions, thrones, public feasts and ornamentation. How else to subdue illiterate masses than through show of power?).
Remember the theme is HUMBLE JYT IN RURAL BHUTAN FOR FIVE YEARS OF TERM AS PM.
With my blessings and inspirations,
Your President (unanimously raised to the pedestal, NOT elected) and Honorable Prime Minister,
HE Jigmi Y Thinlay,
- husband to the First Lady,
- father to a royal husband,
- father-in-law to a rich business lady and rich businessman,
- brother-in-law to the Special Envoy Dago Tshering,
- uncle to the next foreign secretary Doma Tshering,
- in-law to the Bangladesh Ambassador Bap Kesang, home secretary Tshering Dorji, …
- Godfather to Kuwait Ambassador Tashi Phuntshog, Punakha Dzongdag, Ambassador Daw Penjo, Ambassador Lhatu, …
- Big Boss to whole of Bhutan and in particular Karma Ura, Ace Kinley, RBP Brig Kipchu, Thimphu Dzongdag, Paro Dzongdag, GNHC Secretary, NSB Director, Finance Secretary, Foreign Secretary, Foreign Minister, Trade Secretary, Education Secretary, MOWHS Secretary, Chief Justice and of course the Attorney General.
The following are not my citizens. They are Ngolops:
- Om Pradhan,
- Chenkyab Dorji,
- Dokchhok Tshering Tobgay,
- Tenzin Rigden,
- PDP members,
- Sonam Kinga,
- Anti-Corruption Neten Zangmo,
- Election Commissioner Kunzang Wangdi,
- Auditor General Ugyen,
- all internet users and people who don’t use Tashi Air, T Bank, Druk PNB, city buses, Chinese cars and trucks.
- Also those who don’t have my KUPA in their home chhoeshom and who don’t respect my First Lady.