|COUP BABYSITTERS: Soldiers (above and below) serving the interests of a corrupt regime instead of working for the good of the country.|
Put them to work!
The illegal regime says mineral rich Papua New Guinea has asked it for five thousand (yes, that's right) workers for its its oil, gas, and mining industry.
The idea was revealed today by the illegal Minister for Lands and Mineral Resources, Netani Sukanaivalu, who told FBC News PNG has told it needs labourers and experts.
Sukanaivalu says the illegal government is going through the proposal but can already see the huge opportunities for Fiji - the thousands of jobs that'll be created and the income that'll be generated for the economy.
The PNG mining industry has raked in billions of dollars for the Melanesian government and Sukanaivalu believes Fiji can get a slice of the action.
We don't know yet how real the jobs are or when and how PNG will decide on the workers. It's certainly a lot of people to find but we think Fiji has a ready made group, the army.
We say the illegal regime should send the army to Port Moresby and let it do something productive for a change - some honest work instead of being Checkpoint Charlie's and at the beck and call of corrupt dictators and illegal attorney general's who can't sleep at night without police or soldier's at their gates.