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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Regime keeps Fiji in a choker hold

Be afraid, be very afraid because the Public Emergency Regulations will be with us for a long while yet.
The illegal regime is not ready to take its foot of the throat of the nation because the hierarchy loves the power and the privileges, never mind that they're thieves who stole the right to govern.
It will, therefore, keep holding the citizens of Fiji to ransom using the Bible and the gun to help keep everyone in line.

Illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, told Radio New Zealand the time is not right. 
"We're going through a reform period and it does require a particular path to take. It also requires that we have media organisations that are appreciative of the reforms taking place. There are a couple of media organisations that aren't."


Media organisations should be afraid, very afraid.


The following article has been around on the internet for a while but is worth another read. 


Ways To Get Rid of Dictators
  1. The people overthrow the dictator (often put in place by foreign agencies) and throw him, along with his henchmen and family, out of the country – e.g., the Shah of Iran, Marcos of Philippines.
  2. Organise a violent revolution and have the dictator killed – e.g., Ceaucescu in Romania.
  3. Remove the dictator by legal means like elections but allow him to stay in the country. There’s a big risk that he comes back and seeks revenge – e.g., Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua.
  4. Foreign powers (till then maintaining the dictator) force the dictator to exile without armed intervention – e.g. Mátyás Rákosi of Hungary was exiled by the Soviets to Kirgizia in 1970 to “seek medical attention”.
  5. Foreign powers march in and remove the dictator (whom they either instated or helped earlier) – e.g. Saddam Hussein of Iraq or Manuel Noriega of Panama.
  6. The dictator kills himself in an act of desperation – e.g., Hitler in 1945.
  7. The dictator is assassinated by people near him – e.g., Julius Caesar of Rome in 44 AD was stabbed by 60-70 people (only one wound was fatal though).
  8. Organise strikes and unrest to paralyze the country and convince even the army not to support the dictaor – e.g., Jorge Ubico y Castañeda was ousted in Guatemala in 1944 and Guatemala became democratic.
  9. Hope that the dictator ages into senility, stops doing any more “harm”, and eventually dies when all enemies attend the funeral and praise him – e.g., Fidel Castro of Cuba.
  10. Invite him to seminars and conferences and declare him the “good guy” – e.g., Muammar Gaddafi of Libya has suddenly become the good guy in world media.
  11. Rejoice that the dictator has a change of heart and ways (but only after he dies) – e.g., "el Caudillo" or Franco of Spain decreed that after him Spain would become a constitutional monarchy with an elected Prime Minister.

28 comments:

  1. Well there is alot of truth in what is said here.

    For people in Fiji the fear of persecution and even death and fear of intimidation on our families has stopped most of us in speaking out on the subjects about the Dictator ship.

    And the problem is nobody wants to do anything about changing the situation... We are all too afraid, more so for the safety of loved ones...

    Everyone is just too AFRAID....

    People want to rise up then they they think of the consequences of their actions.. and its repercussions....

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  2. Most in Fiji are happy hence no uprising or revolt. Jumping up and down brigade mostly from overseas who don't see things first hand or George Speight 2000 supporters or inept ministers from sdL times who are jobless I.e kaitani/Saitani or loud mouths like Pramod and Fleix , Asha Lakhan.Fiji beta off not seeing their ugly faces on tv.

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  3. I like it! I like it! PER is gud for our cowntry and its chewren. Go PER u gud. Go get 'em!

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  4. Try as you might, this government will not be removed. That much I can guarantee you. And to all those anti-Fiji crusaders out there advocating a violent uprising/revolution against this government, you can be rest assured you haven't seen the wrath of the people who have had enough of the racist people out there.

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  5. FIJIAN HAVE TO HAVE GUT TO FIGHT.
    IF NOT BE SUBJECT TO AG TALIBAN RULE.
    ALL MUSLIM S RUNNING FIJI GOVT/BOARD.FRANK IS A YES MAN.
    NO GUTS NO GLORY.

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  6. No 12 :-
    Refer Frank Bainimarama's crimes against humanity to the International Criminal Court of Justice and have him and his cronies arrested.
    http://www.myvideo.ro/watch/6098246/Be_afraid_be_very_afraid

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  7. Phew..thankfully, the Good Book comforts us all with 365 “Fear not or do not Fear”..one a day.. isn’t that good enough for us all?..or do we have to listen to commentaries by Anonymous faceless and nameless authored articles.

    Why should they manipulatively lord their own fear of their own wild imagination on us.
    These are articles written by a few ignorant foreigners; who have not idea of the Fijian psyche at all.

    How dare we compare our situation with Tyrants of totally different socio economic world and totally contrasting era of our history..Goodness…even a class 6 social science kid would laugh at this cheap comparative analysis of those evil Tyrants with our own efforts to rebuild Fiji.

    The Bainimarama/Aiyuz Government have put in place a road map BACK to democratic rule with imminent General elections in 2014. All we could hear in our trips to Fiji are various interest groups getting ready for the constitution referendum, form their respective political parties with present and past Military Officers and present and past Government personal spread throughout the political spectrum.

    As for now..we ALL WORK TOGETHER TO ACHIEVE THAT ..LET OTHER CHOKER IN THE SPEW…OK, NEXT TOPIC??

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  8. TheMax you nutty, put into your think head, there is no anti Fiji bloggers but there heaps of anti coup and anti Vuaka boggers. U gusi ni poci, mama na nei Voreqe.

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  9. @ Semi Meo......good to hear blowing the regimes trumpets, your true colors finally coming out!! Sa nia....

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  10. I am convinced based on the recent upheavals at the upper levels of this dictatorship structure that Bainimarama regime is crumbling.

    Two forces are at play here, internal conflicts and the economic meltdown. They will bring the dictatorship down.

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  11. Meo
    There will be no election in 2014.
    Word from QEB is that the Yasana don't want an election.

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  12. @ Semi
    yes, it's called, " the yellow brick roadmap " :-
    http://www.google.com.au/search?q=the+wizard+of+oz&hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&prmd=ivnsubm&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=JOm4TbrHLY2AvgOPgM2iAw&ved=0CFwQsAQ

    And it' is also a fantasy :-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG2keYgBiZc

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  13. @Tui Viti…of course, I am blowing the trumpet of the 99.99% people of Fiji’s efforts to return to imminent democratic rule in 2014…what rare you up to?....if we may ask?....destroying and cursing these genuine efforts..God help you to wake up!! ..and be a real Tui Viti

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  14. @ the goose who loves my name @ April 28,2011 3:24PM..

    Pls, retire your agent vinod mole asap...

    You have been duped big time...

    Love live the people of Fiji!!

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  15. Yes the illegal regime is crumbling, and Ayiarse is planning his escape. The goons closely associated with Bocimarama are also planning how they are going to get out of this mess.

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  16. fiji has loaned us300million from china to upgrade roads briges and the presidents fence crankys next house the chinese did the work thenselves it must have cost them 100 odd million so fiji is a very dumb but profitable customer for china also the new hydro is costg us 280 million again the chinese are milking millions

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  17. How much does FIRCA owe investors in tax refunds?

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  18. @another goose prostituting my name..will NOT be able to sleep in the next few days as will haunt this faceless and nameless coward..in the dark of the night you will cry like a baby until you show you're real face.."enjoy" you're sleepless nights...

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  19. @Meo
    A lot of bloggers appear to love your name. I feel sorry for the guy though if you can make him cry the whole night.

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  20. @ Semi Meo

    "I am blowing the trumpet of the 99.99% people... haunt this faceless and nameless coward..in the dark of the night you will cry like a baby"

    Talking about prostituting - what are you talking about? What trumpets are you blowing? Who are you haunting? Shouldn't you be talking more medication, more sleeping and no more of this weird language?

    Starting to sound like a certain Jeke guy I know...

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  21. Stop meowing like a pussy boci.

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  22. @ Semi Meo.... a bonafide admittance on whose side your on. Want to talk about the 99.99%, take the next flight to Fiji and figure it out. You seem more like the RFMF media cell with your 99.99%

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  23. Soon we will have Judge Som Yong Chik from China replacing the Sri Lankan judges!!!

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  24. @Jieke,@Tui Viti,@Radiolucas and @anonymous....
    Read my previous blogs..now if class 1 english has deserted you..may I repeat again..means, I will say it 1 millionth time:..
    I have since 2006 visited my Fiji many, many times!!..last year alone was 5 times..slept in hotels, slept in villages, eat bila at 5 markets, walked around the corridors of Government, Private sector and attended noisy churches to quite one..even mingle with Top Army brass during my brothers funeral, and all of them are aware of my anti Coup stance..am just a small fry for them to worry about, really..
    Oh..and have met or talked to few head of foreign missions..even leaders of pro-democracy groups overseas. Now, tells us which Fiji are you an expert of to or claim to have your blooming dirty shaky finger on the pulse of her economic, socio and political spheres?..oh, form agent vinod mole..no wonder you have a very warped view of my Fiji and her people…you faceless and nameless foreigners!!..waste our time replying to your sticking spews of nothingness in this esteemed column..meet me in te other latest column if who man and women wish to learn more of the truth about moving Fiji ahead…have nearly convince..voleka sara..

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  25. Meo You are the one with Class 1 thinking.

    Of course you support the current regime and they will go along with that. They want you to dream on about standing in the 2014 election.

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  26. @ Semi Meo...you really are misguided. If you talking about moving Fiji forward with these bunch of thugs & murderers. So what about eating bila and talking to Army's top brass. Who are you trying to impress? Big Deal!!!

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  27. @Jieke and Tui Viti..(or may be the same faceless coward) It is a BIG DEAL!! taking a crisscross tour of the socio economic stratas of our populace..HOW ELSE WOULD YOU LEARN THE TRUTH..FIRST HAND..DUM!!.. STOP BELIEVING YOUR agent Binod mole….

    For the 10000000 times..I DO NOT supports Coups at all..like the 99.99% we support the road map back to democratic governance..stop living in the past...oh..I am flattered if I impressed you guys..pls stop clapping..pls stop..

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  28. Semi Meo or should it be Semi Mao.

    Wh dont you go back to Fiji and say these things in public domain rather then hiding behind the blog wall. you cclearly support your mate Frank but dont have the guts to say it you fool.

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