The dictatorship regime's interim prime minister and army commander has challenged Niue's premier and outgoing chairman of the Pacific Leaders Forum, Toke Talagi, to come and march in Fiji in protest against the regime.
In an interview aired on Radio Legend FM news, Frank Bainimarama's challenges sounded like the rantings of a power hungry dictator.
Talagi told the opening of the 40th Forum Leaders Conference in Cairns, on Wednesday that the people of Fiji must rise and protest against the regime.
Reacting to Talagi, the regime's dictator challenged the Niue leader to come and march in Fiji, claiming he would find himself a lone protestor.
Bainimarama went on to attack Talagi for not coming to Fiji, resorting to saying things like he had no idea how many stars or even coconut trees the country had.
In a clear message to indigenous Fijians, Bainimaram boasted that there were no protests when the Great Council of Chiefs was suspended by him more than two years ago - or when the Methodist Church leaders were arrested recently.
The arrogance of Bainimarama clearly signals that he expects the populace of Fiji to continue condoning and obeying his regime's regressive and autocratic decisions and directives.