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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Driti reported to have done a runnner as well

People on the ground in Fiji are claiming Pita Driti has gone missing but the illegal regime is keeping it quiet because it's got egg on its face for a second time.


Roko Ului Mara escaped to Tonga about a month ago, heading out on a fishing boat in Kadavu where he was picked up by a Tonga naval boat and whisked to the Royal Palace in Nukualofa.


Reports from Suva say Driti has been AWOL since Friday, when he was supposed to have reported to police as part of his bail conditions just like Mara failed to do. We haven't been able to verify for ourselves the information yet. 

But, intelligence sources reckon Driti, formerly third in rank in the RFMF before he was decommissioned along with Mara, was supposed to have fled with Mara but he couldn't shake off his spies. 


Coupfourpointfive has been told Driti called Mara and told him to go ahead without him.


Intelligence operatives are said to have met with Driti two weeks ago but are keeping quiet about his whereabouts. We have heard talk, though, of getting the former land force commander to Samoa.


We have also been told that in October last year when Driti and Mara were exposed for turning against Frank Bainimarama, the pair were called to the dictator's house where they were sworn at by Bainimarama for betraying him and the illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum.


A source says the senior military officers were made to sit right in front of him on the floor while Bainimarama sat on his chair, while to his right was the Police Commissioner, Ioane Naivaurua.


The source says Bainimarama's bodyguards stood around the room with loaded M16 rifles and that after telling them off Bainimarama said to both men "You are  finished from the army from today."

Both Driti and Mara were charged with uttering a seditious comment with Driti being charged additionally with inciting a mutiny.

83 comments:

  1. driti /mara is better person.
    bai/ag/compol the corrupt thugs.why dont they go and charge y p reddy.
    it seems they been paid well.
    driti /mara should lead fiji army rather than bai .
    who ran for his life in 2000.lucky driti saved him if not bai was dead.
    now bai betrays his two mates mara/driti .

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  2. good one driti.

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  3. Hahahahaha how funny is that !!! levu ga na moce...

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  4. driti has been picked up by the loyal soldiers and they are preparing an overthrow

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  5. haha sa slack dina na security taking care of driti..maybe they over slept,too much grog doped,step sara o driti..hehe!...sa vaka tale na yaloyalo..geting interesting day by day

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  6. Good onya Driti. Find a new life in Aus or NZ. No future in Fiji.

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  7. Driti bhago bhago ....hop skip and jump. And hubby Rajesh please come to bed now, you have to make roti in the morning and puri for your meeting tomorrow night.

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  8. Thumbs Up for Defectors!June 15, 2011 at 10:46 PM

    Pita said to Te, "Take the lid bro, I'll bring the pot!"

    Good one Pita!

    Ia, kemudou na kena vo???

    Toso tiko, fika tiko!

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  9. Driti - please swim to the island and Rajesh will organise pick up but first please send $$ to Raju and rajesh so they can organise pick up

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  10. One time they were all friends,now they have turned on each other while we all watch..lol!

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  11. ocei tale sa vo me dro?..lol..ra dro na senior officers,ra veiliutaki na junior officers.lol! and the situation in fiji is still the same..no uprising,no nothing..taki mada..

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  12. I guess things happen for a reason.The voice of democracy shall rise..da masumasu ga vakalevu,dua na gauna veilecayaki sa tu mai liu

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  13. LOL...looking forward to see you in Sydney Driti!!

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  14. Boy Driti o iko sa ninja ga ...o ninja lmao

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  15. Meanwhile the Baini and the Marama still bullshit touring Lau but keeping one cross eye on Minerva!!!

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  16. ok who is next?? join the line please. i got my submarine waiting...who wants to come?? only soldiers for now please

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  17. Okay ragone, keep an eye out now for Driti's youtube release!

    Coming soon over a PC next to u! lols....

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  18. Meanwhile soldiers are keeling over and dying like flies. No more slow marching the dead soldiers'caskets in camp as is the tradition because it might demoralise the soldiers in camp. Soldiers are supposed 2 b fit and rarely should die from NCDs.

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  19. Io sa vo tale e vica me dro???wale ga qo sa na baci dua tale e laucaqe.Ni vuki vinaka na vo ni Turaga ni valu...

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  20. democracy has hit fiji the junta gone cracy ha ha ha

    all people charged for treason now can do what they like and the junta cant do anything ha ha ha

    nothing needs to be done, voro will get another stroke shortly from driti news and will send futgitie papers to get him back to all nations cos dont know where he pops up

    the junta has made histroy by being the most idiotic junta in the world ha ha ha

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  21. This is second bi egg on the face of the junta which is a gang of thugs of 11 men whose days are numbered. This two escape men and their loyal obbicers are enough to take out the junta anytime.

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  22. guess who let him go? o ira ga na yadravi koya tiko,,,,me kila gona ya o frank na kena ca. I heard that even franks real brothers have said that they really dont know na mataqali yalo vakacava e tu vua. and have even gone to say that their dad partake in christmas island or weaeva e affectaka tu nona mona. word has it that he has bought three properties and built brand new houses for his kids. even ministers with their salary, they cnt even buy a house let alone build one!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  23. whatever goes around,comes around.

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  24. You know the old saying . . "don't hold your breath" . . . welll l l, I think maybe we have almost come to the point where we can ! ?

    . . get ready to party !

    Sydney Tourist

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  25. Interesting reading...from the 'horse's mouth'. Wilika, lewa...

    [Fiji and the art of misinformation
    By Jenny Hayward-Jones - 14 June 2011 2:13PM

    The Fiji Government issued a statement last week which implied that my criticism of Australian policy on Fiji was a vindication of the Fiji Government's status.

    It would be generous to say that perhaps the Fiji Government had not read my Policy Brief (Policy overboard: Australia's increasingly costly Fiji drift) and was misinformed. The more likely story is that the Fiji Government has deliberately and disingenuously misrepresented my arguments in an effort to justify its own failures. The press statement neglected to mention that the reason I criticised Australian policy on Fiji was that it had failed to persuade the Fiji Government to restore democracy and may even be helping to entrench the regime.

    My paper also criticised the Fiji Government for damaging the economy, preventing freedom of speech, abusing human rights, expelling diplomats, failing to respond to Australian and regional efforts to engage in dialogue and, most importantly, signaling that elections will not be held in 2014. The press statement does not acknowledge any of this.

    My recommendations for improving Australian policy towards Fiji are designed to create an environment where more pressure and influence can be brought to bear to restore democracy in Fiji and where Australian-Fiji relations beyond the current Fijian government can be sustained.

    I acknowledged in the paper that the measures I outlined would probably fail – that the Fiji Government would again reject any offer by Australia to help restore democracy and will castigate Canberra for interfering. I also argued that the failure of the policy I recommended should have a consequence that existing policy has not yet created.

    (To be continued...)

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  26. (Fiji regime's misinformation continued...)

    If Fiji rejects a package of assistance for democratic reform from a partnership which includes countries it has been anxious to impress (like Indonesia, India, Malaysia, South Korea and Papua New Guinea) it should help solidify crumbling international opinion against Bainimarama and make it clear internationally and within Fiji that the Fiji Government is not committed to a democratic future or to genuine international partnerships. This could increase international pressure on Fiji and offer support to those in Fiji who could lead a democratic government in the future.

    That the Fiji Government is unwilling to acknowledge criticism of its actions is unsurprising – this is a Government that continues to enforce a Public Emergency Regulation and a Media Industry Development Decree that prevent people from voicing an opinion contrary to that of the Government.

    What is surprising about this press release is how alarmed the Fiji Government admits it is over the defection and flight of Lt Col Tevita Mara.

    I'm not sure whether Mara has the capacity to be the 'game changer' that the Fiji Democracy Movement wants him to be. Mara is certainly no Nelson Mandela or Aung San Suu Kyi and his own participation in the Bainimarama regime is cause enough for some doubt about his commitment to democracy. But for the moment, he can give a voice to people in Fiji who have none, and he can likely reveal more about the inner workings of the Fiji regime than any internal opponent.

    If the Fiji Government believes Mara to be a fugitive and political opportunist, why is it so alarmed about what he might say in Australia and New Zealand and why issue a press statement which not only draws attention to Mara’s significance but maligns the Foreign Ministers of Australia and New Zealand and denigrates the government of Tonga? Could the regime be preparing an excuse to renege on an invitation to the Pacific Islands Forum's Ministerial Contact Group to visit Fiji, or is it worried that Mara's defection might mark the beginning of the end?

    If the Fiji Government had ignored Mara's defection or quietly requested his extradition from Tonga, I would not have thought his activities in Tonga and Australia very important. The strident nature of the Fiji Government's intervention on this issue (and its willingness to completely misrepresent my arguments) only makes me think that what Mara has to say might be very significant in the life of Fiji's military dictatorship.]

    FB once said that there many ways to skin a cat...little did he know how prophetic those words would be for him and his bunch of wannabes...

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  27. a successful op by Australia? wouldn't it be nice if it was so!

    vinaka Driti... vakaraitaka mai vei Viti ni'o tagane dina. Salvage our sinking country guys!

    May God go with you!

    Thumbs Up Fiji!!!

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  28. Roko Ului Mara and Pita Driti were in themselves victims of instructions and command of a power starved maniac.

    Bring him down, Driti!
    You da man!!!!

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  29. Its my deepest plea & sincere request for everyone to pray for our nation Fiji......Only God will make a way for us ....

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  30. Sa vakatikati taki ira saraga na sotia o la na bokola qo.

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  31. I reckon ballu sud by our next pm and our national song lyrics to be as follows;

    Dont cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me
    Dont cha wish your girlfriend was a freak like me
    Dont cha, dont cha
    Dont cha wish your girlfriend was raw like me
    Dont cha wish your girlfriend was fun like me
    Dont cha, dont cha

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  32. hahahahahahaa shame shame.right on the top of bainini n kayummmmm.nose.even the flies wil buzzzzz in their face they can't catch it.n if they cann't catch the flies.n what about the human body.hahahaha.plus u can't gets da human body.n what about catching the tongan navy boat. hahahahaha wen did u become a hero?a dictator's needs to be above on everything.but this dictator with kayummmmm.using their azzzz instead of their brain. shame shame.hahahahah. thumbs up democracy.we are ready on action.

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  33. Sa qai matata mai na mata ni meke
    Ni ra sa tekivu dro kece
    sa na qai vo tu ga mai na kesu vaka ceku.
    Sai Voreqe Bainimarama Kiuva,Bau Tailevu qesa nai tavuteke.

    Yasana ko Lau me sa sikovi
    Cava beka lai caka,me na tarogi?
    Me i sogo walega ni draka,me kua na vei vorati voli.
    Baleta ni sa liu ko Roko Ului ki Toga via NZ kei Osi.

    Moce toka mada ko Bainimarama
    Sa tekivu na yavavala
    Me vaka lesui tale na tu galala
    Ki na matanitu e digitaka na tamata

    Me da kua sara ni guce na lewe i Viti
    Ni sa viri oti tu na bai kei Viti
    Na suka e muri e tabu sara ni raici
    Ma'e,na ma'e me da vaka cibicibi.

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  34. Lol..lol..me da tucake da lagata vata mada na sere ya..daru mai dro mai dro! Da dro! Ulala! Toso tiko Fika jiko. Meca I fika ga.lmao!

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  35. Yalewa Dina nei Semi Meo ; )June 16, 2011 at 6:20 AM

    I think the Samoan navy took him from Levuka lol.

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  36. Halelujah! We will use resistance and civil disobedience. "We will have democracy, we will have a new government and we will have them soon." - Ratu Mara

    Thumbs up for Democracy!

    http://www.coupfourandahalf.com/2011/06/maras-canberra-speech-we-will-isolate.html?showComment=1307768522419

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  37. ONE MORE NAIL IN THE COFFIN FOR JVB AND ASK.

    LET US THANK GOD AND PRAY, "OUR FATHER, WHO ART IN HEAVEN ......"

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  38. HOW CAN DRITI BE ON AWOL WHEN THE MILITARY HAS ALREADY STRIPPED HIS RANK FROM HIM?

    YOU CAN NEVER SAY AWOL BECAUSE HE IS LIKENED TO A CIVILIAN WHO HAS NO RANK AT THE MOMENT AFTER MILITARY STRIPPED HIM OF OF HIS RANK.

    I BELIEV HE IS JUST EXERCISING HIS RIGHT AS A NORMAL CIVILIAN-GO ANYWHERE YOU DESIRE AND BE FREE.

    HE MUST BE GLAD TO BE STRIPPED OF THAT RANK-LOOK WHERE IT GOT HIM.

    GO DRITI-FLEE AS FAR AS YOU CAN GO-BUT REMEMBER EYES ARE WATCHING FROM ABOVE.

    CHEERS!

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  39. Good riddance anyway!! The more of you sympathisers we have overseas the better it is for the Government of the day to continue its campaign. All you barking from overseas aint gonna do shit to affect what is happening in Fiji. The army stands true to the cause and vision of Frank for a better Fiji. This is no popularity contest. As long as we win the hearts and minds of our people living in Fiji is all that counts. They are the true judge and jury of our actions. Not persons with political and leadership ambitions that have brought about corruption in Fiji commentating from overseas.

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  40. How does an illegally appointed President, from and illegal Regime, decommission Military Officers and why are the Solders of the RFMF still following Frank Bainimarama when his 5 year contract as Commander, ran out in 2007 ?

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  41. who da hella cares .but what about here. n who's watching.gud for u Pita. he's in da palace in solomon hehehehehe.gets to ur head it's a illegal regime goverment. ur trying to tells ur stories. only slaves country they live like that,thumbs up democracy.

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  42. he may flee fiji or military might have arrest or him and dump his body somewhere

    this military is unpredictable just like the asshole commander


    comeone fiji media,follow up and dont publish voreqe's bullshit tour to the lau group.

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  43. It would be a sad day if babies born in Fiji hospitals will be named after nameless and faceless cowards and under “cover Christians” in this esteemed column…yep

    ….cutie baby anonymous’

    The anonymous product of Mr. Anonymous and Ms. Anonymous fling.
    History may mark this generation of Fijians as those who abrogate to smithereens the proud legacy of bravery and passionate patriotism, Fijians were renowned for.

    In the Church front, Christendom’s may rewrite history to record a new breed of “undercover Christians” now only prevalent in Fiji, nowhere else in the world, hence, rubbishing the legacy built on ultimate sacrifice of our local and foreign missionaries.

    They bark and curse and preach brimstone and fire…however, may go weak in knees, quivering lips and dribbling froth when the Co Prime Ministers Rear Admiral and Hajji Aiyaz invades their guarded personal presence.

    Let’s do each other a favor, please, and stand!!..it is now or never…

    When the bugle sounds Fiji and the world, and our children may just spit on our “anonymous” legacy and grave..

    Driti??...well, can not tell you....waraka

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  44. Breaking news...Tongan navy vessel heading towards Suva to pick up Driti. Banana orders fishing boats and punts in the area to intercept.

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  45. Once they were good friends served the military with passion and patriotism.But one friend grabbed power he became a totally different man.Honour,friendship went down the drain....
    Those in government now must wonder what if you stepped out of line...this will happen seated on the floor while sworn upon by the two chief Baini and Khayium .M16 barring down on you!!

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  46. Semi Emptyvessel MeoJune 16, 2011 at 10:13 AM

    And what was your point Semi Blue?

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  47. if driti successfully escape...e sa na qai dua na ka vakamadua kina matanitu nei voreqe

    sa na dina ga nai vosavosa ya, mataivalu ni solisona vei voreqe kei aiass

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  48. ...Good Luck Mr. Driti...I guess it takes two to TANGO...THUMBS UP FOR DEMOCRACY...Peace

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  49. "In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a brave and scarce man,....When the cause succeeds, however, the timid join him...for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." -Mark Twain

    NO NAIDUS, RAJESHS, REDDYS, RAJUS....

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  50. I'm Semi and I'm not wellJune 16, 2011 at 10:49 AM

    Semi Pussy, what the hell are you on? I mean what medication? Your useless commentaries are very similar to what comes out of the military.

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  51. If this is true, this could well be the straw that breaks the camels back. Not only is the regime made to look like the morons they are, two very senior military officers influencing the file and rank from the outside could swing the force to accept the fact that there is no future with Khaiyum and his demented puppet.

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  52. My point is, if Pita Driti and Ratu Ului Mara are the only legal Officers because Frank's Commission expired in 2007 and therefore he has no Legal Authority over the RFMF, and if the Regime is illegal, which we all know it is, then the appointment of Epeli as President , is also illegal, which means he is not the Commander in chief of the RFMF and doesn't have the Authority to remove Driti And RUM'S Commissions !

    And if that assessment is correct, then the Soldiers should only be following the Legal Orders of Driti and RUM !
    And they may Order the arrest of Frank, Aiyaz, the Shameem sisters, Pryde, Gates and Aiyaz, all in one swoop !
    All we need is Soldiers with the Intelligence to know that Frank Bainimarama, no longer has the Authority to lead the RFMF and to have the guts to make the necessary arrests now.

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  53. @ Anon.winiing the hearts & minds of the Malayasian businessmen. ...ridding corruption,what say you when boso pays himself $700k circumventing the finance regulation..thats not corruption!!! and its not corruption when murderers like Naulia,Keane & Co get paid whilst still in prison, or when Keane gets a sideway transfer for selling a govt vessel - Tovuto to a Korean scrap dealer....WTF!!! Get your head out of VB's arse. You're so far up his alley that you're sounding like him...the only heart s & minds you're winning is Rabuka's, Naliva's & Rokoura's.......BAVULU LEVU...polish na boot, masi na dakai, da vakarau parade!!!

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  54. where is the Fiji of old where we all treated each other with True respect!! Bring that Fiji BACK!!!

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  55. Sorry guys Driti is at home.

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  56. CWM will be ruinedJune 16, 2011 at 11:58 AM

    Militarization of the Civil Service continues. 4 more soldiers appointed to senior positions in the administration of this country.

    http://www.fijivillage.com/?mod=story&id=1606111c58025dee33b44bce8082f6

    PSC announces new appointments
    Publish date/time: 16/06/2011 [11:04]

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    The Public Service Commission has announced a number of new appointments.

    PSC Chairman, Josefa Serulagilagi said Major Ned Taito is the new General Manager of CWM Hospital.

    Major Taito held the post of Director Finance and Logistics and Acquisition at the RFMF.

    He also served as a team leader in the recent Functional review Team covering the Ministry of Health.

    Lt Colonel Manasa Vaniqi has been appointed as Permanent Secretary for Sugar in light of the Prime Minister's decision to establish a dedicated ministry for the sugar industry.

    Lt Colonel Inia Seruiratu has been temporarily promoted to act as Permanent Secretary for Provincial Development and National Disaster Management.

    Major Ilai Moceica will also take over the post of Commissioner Northern on an acting basis. The PSC said Major Moceica is the Commanding Officer for the RFMF Force Training Group and has extensive experience in all matters pertaining to military operations and training.

    Serulagilagi said the appointees possess the knowledge, skills and experience required for such Senior Executive Service level positions.

    Story by: Vijay Narayan

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  57. One thing is certain. .001% of native Fijians are leaders and the rest are just followers. If there were at least 10% Native Fijian leaders out there, this stupid coup could have ended ages ago.

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  58. @. Semi Meo over 3000 people are joined to CFPF on facebook with the majority having their names clearly stated. Why don't you add something of substance to the posts there.

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  59. @ Annon 8.47am ...you mean win the hearts and the mind of people through PER and guns????? You're kidding right??? All the best with your woman bashing leader!! Looks like you dont want anyone who opposes this government. How do you keep your government accountable? There is nothing nothing nothing in place in Fiji to keep the woman basher Frank accountable. He doesnt awnser to anybody but to himself. He uses taxes to pay himself and his illegal government but is not accountable to anyone!! You sure as hell are right people already overseas should stay overseas, Fiji needs the remittance to keep the economy going!!

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  60. GO DRITI GO!!! and the BUS IS KASO!!!

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  61. Thumbs Up to you Driti.....wooo hooo..Bon Voyage. Go to NZ or Aust to get a life.....Sa maalo Tau.

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  62. and if baini murder Pita n dump his body @ sea. bingo .pretended his trips to Lau.we wil have a real Saddam hanging his azz in suva for all civialian wil witness. for the end of the regime illegaly goverment in fiji.but lets hope not. Pita is safe in some where.god bless u Pita. thumbs up for democracy.

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  63. Thumbs Up for FREE FIJI!June 16, 2011 at 1:25 PM

    @ Anonymous 8.47a.m.

    Well, look at you, a desperate coward of a coup apologist commenting anonymously.. grasping at loose straws, aren't we?

    Na tamata kaisi bakola o iko.. tic toc tic toc... nuff said. LMAO!

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  64. Can someone get conformation that the Brigadier Pita Driti has really missing
    thank you

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  65. just look ta news on PSC old fart making 4 new appointments from FMF into civil service and says they have skills, knowledge and experiance- what bullshit from this old man like he has nothing to offer fiji- where is reforms?????

    nothing is moving nothing

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  66. PLEASE PEOPLE OF FIJI JUST TELL THE TRUTH AND DON'T HIDE IT....BECAUSE THE BIBLE SAYS THAT THE TRUTH WILL ALWAYS PREVAIL AND NOT THE LIES...OUR COUNTRY JUST NEED GOD FEARING PEOPLE TO LEAD US FROM THE DOLDRUMS THAT WE ARE IN RIGHT NOW...OUR ONLY HOPE IS THE LORD JESUS CHRIST TOGETHER WE WILL SUCCEED IN ELIMINATING THE EVILS FROM OUR COUNTRY...I FOR ONE I HONESTLY FORGIVE AND LOVE VB AND AY BUT I HATE THE EVILS IN THEM AND THEIR CRONIES... GOD BLESS FIJI...THUMPS UP FOR A PROSPEROUS AND PEACEFUL FIJI...

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  67. Ms Gobells

    where is driti, in tonga or samoa?????

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  68. breaking news
    banana s going mad over driti escape like a ninja man. he is sufferng bit of stroke but will jump to the podium soon to announce fugitive and extinction order to be sent somewhere where just some where and sa madua man cos driti escape like ninja from 100 men secret spy all ober the place man

    see the junta is powerless and chasing its tail cos the demise now come

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  69. @12:20 PM. How the indigenous Fijians put up with over 4 years of these anti-fijian taliban thugs is a real mystery. They have proven themselves to be a true lamusona pussy race.

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  70. You Go Tribe 11......you da mahn!!! God bless & protect you!!! Thumbs up to democracy!!!

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  71. @ anon 221p.m.
    Are you suggesting that Frank has gone ape ?

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  72. @Convolutedexperiment
    Sotia ni solisona, no guts and no morals.

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  73. Aias, may I suggest to you to write up a Decree that no sacked military officers are allowed to escape without informing him first!

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  74. @. Mrs Anon June 16, 2011 12:38 PM

    Am also on face book under my real name.

    Thanks’ for the baking powder, but your over glorified CRPF have about
    .... 1000...NOT 3000 as you claimed, Madam...of the 1000 plus, many are cyber surfers who love to pick up cyber scalps to boost their profile and justify promos/ads..hence, Russians, Iranians, Tinbaktuans …and...eh... Guans.

    Still, many seem to fear playing fair in this C4.5 Cyber boxing ring…

    For whatever it’s worth, yours truly will never….ever post, blog, punch or even cop a few cyber undercut anonymously…not in my Fijian and moral psyche.

    Again, let’s unmask and bravely stand untied resolutely…or, fragmented pieces of anonymous nothingness across the globe...

    Because of your anonymity, the Co-Prime Minisater rule untill ther're candidates for my Nursing Home I'll build on Nukulau in 2020!!

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  75. Semi Meo - that number is not inflated. Coupfourpointfive has 3529 friends on Facebook and most of them have personal profiles!

    Please stop spreading misinformation here kerekere.

    Open your big eyes!

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  76. @semi Meo just when were you on FB nearly 3600 And the potential of so many more. We need you to post you insight and expose these people. At least on FB people will know it's really you! As your picture and profile accompanies your post. I would hate children to be born with just a name and no face lol

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  77. we need a revolution and need it now. military sdl flp nfp unions and all who care about this country need to rise and fight to reclaim it. remember freedom everywhere was always fought and earnt and that is why people always treasure the ideals of democracy and for which dozen of our soldiers have sacrificed their dear lives. fiji of course didnt have any such fight as she was handed democracy on a plate by a relieved britain. it is still not too late to act. lets us all meet next friday at suva market at 10 am that is on 24th june 2011. bring sticks knives incinerants and loud speakers and large fishing nets. the rest will all fall into place thereafter.lets do this for god, chief and country.

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  78. @ Freedom fighter- totally agree with you. The longer we leave the more difficult it will be to undo all the crap going on with this illegal regime.

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  79. theres is no laws in fiji.the government are all illegal.all the pennys in fiji the regime are cleaning it up. for families.n been bank it until all of them are millioners.this is what is it.all paper works of extratition. that banana n kaiyummmm are writing. it's only from them. there's no legal goverment in fiji.they call themself goverment.they makes their ownself illegaly goverments.

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  80. Coup4.5 thanks for all the breaking news you've released in the past. It's a welcome relief from the Government sponsored rubbish we read and hear in the Mainstream media. However before getting our hopes up could you try and do your best to verify stories before releasing them. Thanks and keep up the good work. Thumbs Up for Democracy.

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  81. Vuka i vei! Vuka i vei! beka tikoga nei Avenai!

    You are stuck in your own web Driti! Just like Ului and Baledrokadroka...and please don't ever think that the public of Fiji will help you untangle yourselves.
    The due process of the law has to take its course to untangle you guys!

    God Bless Viti

    Kaiviti

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  82. The old Fijian adage use to say "Vuka i vei! se Vuka i vei! beka tikoga nei Avenai!
    Avenai the bat owner told his bat that irrespective of changes that the bat allowed himself to go through - the bat is stil Avenai's bat and will be answerable to Avenai only.

    You are stuck in your own web Driti! Just like Ului and Baledrokadroka...and please don't ever think that the public of Fiji will help you untangle yourselves, irrespective of the amount of international lobbying.
    You guys will always be answerble to Avenai.

    ONLY The due process of the law has to take its course to untangle you guys!

    God Bless Viti

    Kaiviti

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