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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Mara's Canberra speech: 'We will isolate the regime internationally, regionally, and in Fiji'


Bula vinaka, Namaste, Hello. My name is Ratu Tevita Uluiviti Mara. I am a son of the late revered, admired, first Prime Minister and once President of Fiji, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara. Before I begin I want to thank Tonga for their help and support at a difficult time. They gave me a home when I most needed one; they have fed me, too well. My heartfelt thanks go to his Majesty King George, his Government and the people of Tonga. Malo and Vinaka Vaka Levu.

I would like to thank the organizing committee for inviting me here to speak at the Pro-Democracy rally. I am sure a month ago I was the last person you would have wanted to see here. I understand, as I was a senior member of the Bainimarama regime. I know I have a long way to go to gain your trust. I know that only when have I answered to the Fijian People for my actions in 2006 will I be worthy to stand before you.


I know now that a military coup can never be justified under any circumstances. In 2006 I did not know that. I believed we were embarking on a noble vision to build a better Fiji. I thought it was noble to eradicate racism, to eradicate corruption and to build a true democracy. In the original plan, Bainimarama was not to be PM; we were to hold elections inside of a year. However, as you know, he became PM and we did not have elections that year. Nor did we hold elections in 2009 or 2010 as he promised both Fiji and the international community.


In 2008 Pita Driti and I could see that the direction of the country was not the promised one. We were no longer following the vision laid down by Bainimarama. We started to question the decisions being made by the regime. Our questions became more and more vocal and we became the voices of dissent in the Military Council. It reached the point where we were both sent on leave and finally charged.

It became apparent that Bainimarama had only one advisor, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. In fact Khaiyum was not an advisor but a puppet master. Someone who told Bainimarama what to do.  And like the puppet he is, Bainimarama would obediently follow the instructions of the man pulling the strings.


The two of them have stolen freedom of speech from the people of Fiji. Last year, at a bar in South Korea, I allegedly said to a junior officer, “This Government is F-all.” The junior officer reported me and won himself a promotion. I found myself charged with sedition. As a result, I have found my true voice and have and will say a lot more about the F-All government in Fiji.


Bainimarama and Khaiyum are in the process of destroying the Fiji we know and love. Firstly, let’s talk about the economy:

a) The economy of Fiji is smaller now than it was in 2006. We’ve gone backwards.
b) The sugar industry has shrunk from 330,000 tons in 2006 to only 130,000 tons this year. Backwards.
c)  Investment is at its lowest level ever.  Backwards.
d) Poverty levels have nearly doubled in the last 5 years. Backwards.
e) Their latest ploy is to reduce the FNPF return from 15% per annum to 9% per annum. Backwards. Why? So they can borrow money from the FNPF at a cheaper rate, and cheaper for the regime means ripping off the pensioners of Fiji. As in everything they do, the puppet master Khaiyum and the Solicitor General Pryde will write a decree so no one can challenge this criminal decision in the courts. 
The Judiciary in Fiji is no longer respected or trusted: 

a) When a regime abrogates the constitution because they don’t like an Appeal Court’s decision, that tells you they have no respect for the Rule of Law.
b) When the first decree they pass mandates that no decree can challenged in the courts, that tells you they have no respect for the Rule of Law
c) When the regime’s legal advisors write judge’s rulings, that tells you they have no respect for the Rule of Law.

In 2006 we were told that we were embarking on “a Clean UP Campaign”. We were going to end corruption and bring to justice those politicians, civil servants and business men who had stolen money from the people of Fiji. We saw the foundation of FICAC, but instead of routing out major corruption, Khaiyum uses it as a way to intimidate the business people of Fiji. We see him use FICAC time and again to charge anybody he does not like with petty crimes and then appoint a judge who will give a verdict the regime wants.


All the time FICAC is working on petty fraud we see Bainimarama and Khaiyum lining their own pockets.


a) We all know about Bainimarama and Khaiyums’s salaries of over $700,000. I don’t think it is a coincidence, this week Khaiyum disbanded the organization that monitors and controls government pay, The Higher Salaries Commission.
b) We know about the massive government road building jobs that were awarded without tender
c) We know about the Land Bank which gives the PM the ability to lease land at one price and pass another amount on to the land owners
d) We all know about their jet set lifestyle as they travel the world at our expense. In contrast the people in Fiji are getting poorer and poverty is increasing.


This dictatorship has created a new order in Fiji. One where Bainimarama and Khaiyum rule with their cronies whilst the rest of us suffer. Bainimarama has not delivered any of its promises. 

a) Instead of a true democracy we have a true dictatorship
b) Instead of ending corruption we have 2 new pigs with snouts in the trough
c) Instead of a happy, vibrant, unified Fiji we have a subdued, frightened and divided Fiji.
d) Instead of a distinguished and respected leader, we have a PM who personally beats up women


We all want to change the regime in Fiji. We all want to see democracy return to Fiji. With your support, and the support of pro-democracy movements around the world, we can help the people of Fiji to bring about change. We can bring democracy back to Fiji. Those of us that cannot go home whilst the puppet and his master are in power will be going home soon.


We will isolate the regime internationally, regionally, and in Fiji. Piece by piece we will remove all their support.


I will embark on meetings around the region and tell the leaders of the regional countries the truth about Fiji. And not the glossy lies spun by Sharon Smith-Johns.


I will meet leaders globally and plan on meeting senior officials here in Canberra, Auckland, Washington, London and Brussels. I will meet with the UN, the Commonwealth, and the ACP. I will unveil the truth about Bainimarama and Khaiyum to the world.


We have already started spreading the message in Fiji. We can see we are having an effect. But we need your assistance. We need you to talk about the true situation every time you are in touch with Fiji. 


              a)Tell the truth by phone, 
              b) Tell the truth by text, 
              c) Tell the truth by email,
              d) Tell the truth by letter.


Above all let the people of Fiji know what is really going on in their own country because Sharon will never do that.


We need to build the confidence of the people back home, so tell everybody you know to do the THUMBS UP FOR DEMOCRACY! It is a small first step but one that will give the people the strength to take bigger steps in the future.


Everyone here is working on a roadmap towards democracy. It will be published soon but first we need to coordinate the plans and actions of the pro-democracy movement worldwide and within Fiji. Unlike the dictator, we will publish our roadmap.


I want to make it clear we need to make this change by peaceful means. We will use passive resistance and civil disobedience. There will be no violence.


I can assure the people of Fiji the military will not shoot. There have been many discussions informally at the camp and the soldiers know that shooting is not an option. Even if Khaiyum orders his puppet to order the soldiers to open fire, THEY WILL NOT FIRE ON CIVILIANS. They know it is wrong.


We will have democracy, we will have a new government and we will have them soon. Thumbs up for Democracy!

Pictures courtesy of the Sydney-based magazine, Drum Pasifika

90 comments:

  1. God Bless You and Keep up the good work Ratu Tevita Ului Mara!!We are with you all the way!!

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  2. malo ratu well said brother.
    the seed is planted .it will grow.
    we waiting for you guys to speak in auckland .nz soon.
    god bless
    rajesh

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  3. Thumps up for DemocracyJune 11, 2011 at 5:26 PM

    Vinaka Ratu Ului.Vinaka Pita na vosota,Vinaka Ratu Jone..meda kauta Lesu tale Mai noda Viti Lomani

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  4. Come on Fiji people in Aussie, we can do better. Just 10 of you turned up. This shows you dont love your Fiji or alternatively you all support Fiji.

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  5. THUMBS UP FIJI.
    vinka.
    NakoiNadi.

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  6. I am neutral businessman in Fiji. Please if you need to get rid of Frank, so within this week, or just stop it and shut. You can imagine, how uncertain things become wen all the noises are made from overseas. i employ around 200 and had to cut my number by 50 last week, due to all this rubbish from Aust. Please, put up or shut up.

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  7. excellent work Roko Ului and Pro Democracy Group
    The voice of the silent majority!

    Vinaka Vakalevu and Keep Up the Good Work !

    Also a big thank you to Coup 4.5 ! What amazing work you do !

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  8. The Australian newspaper which is the most emmimnent out the hundreds here have published three articles in the past 24 hrs on Fiji...Things are Ramping up. The Gvt in Fiji this morning issued a highly emotive press release which is not like them. Tonga has gun boats at Minerva reef rebuilding the light house & giving Frank the one finger salute. Kevin Rudd has wecomed Mara with the red carpet & debriefing him. The crap is hitting the fan..I would expect by next Mon or Tuesday that Canberra will announce personal sanctions involving overseas funds in Australia against Junta members. Also I think you will find a cancellation of some Australian domestic consumer goods to Fiji. One thing about Rudd he does'nt mess about. This morning he cancelled an Australian order of 500,000 cattle to Indonesia because he did'nt like the way they were slaughtering them there. Cost Australia $343 Million, but it shows we have moral fortitude.

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  9. It looks like the failed SDL politicians and Methodist supporters were there at the meeting. The number was to small to call a reasonable gathering.
    Only too much talk and nothing happening. If Driti and Uli have support in the army and in Fiji, they should organise marches like make Taukei movement in 1987 and 2000. Protest, march in droves. I dont think the Fijian Soldiers in the army will kill their own people. Ask Apisai Tora to organise and lead the march once again as he did in 1987 and 2000. No overseas action will do any thing in Fiji. They are well supported by the Chinese.

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  10. "We will have democracy, we will have a new government and we will have them soon. Thumbs up for Democracy!"

    AMEN

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  11. Vinaka Roko Ului, Vinaka Pita Driti, Vinaka Baledrokadroka, Vinaka Waqavonovono & others in Fiji, Vinaka Viti.

    Kaila Mada

    We r waiting for you guys, hia in NZ.

    Want to know who this guy Aiyaz is?
    I'm sure he's not Fijian nah...


    Gobee here.

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  12. Sharon Colostomy BagJune 11, 2011 at 6:19 PM

    Well, Ms Goebells has just finished spouting her usual garbage on the 6pm TV1 news this evening and its all about RU's escape to Tonga. lols!

    Hello! I thought her idol BainiVuaka has just said his illegal thieving regime will not waste another sec of their time on RU.

    Like the LIAR that we've all come to BainiVuaka to be, it's only become too clear that Roko Ului Mara is their biggest living nightmare. LOLS... Dou moce tiko! Yadra! heheheh....

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  13. Thanks Roko Ului for your speech and for being a voice of freedom forum the ppl of Fiji in todays forum. Now we all know that the fight for Fiji's freedom from being subdued by this illegal regime has taken another level. I believe that it will create more cracks in the illegal regimes core.
    Thumbs up for democracy!!!!
    I want to ask Tevita Vuibau, reporting for Fiji Live news, to tell us who made the comments which he just posted of the Fiji Live news. All it says that it comes from teh Fiji Govt, What I want to know is the person who issued that statement.
    It says that Roko Ului's extardition will be dealt with the existing bi-lateral agreements. What existing agreements are they talking about. What they need to understand is that in the eyes of the International Community, Fiji is being led by an illegal regime. Secondly, in Tonga's law, sedition is not covered under their extradition law. Even before that, they have abrogated the Constitution of Fiji, which is the sovereign law of the nation which other countries recognise. As of now, all the decree that has been formuated by the Illegal AG are illegal and not recognise by other countries. Unless there is a constitution and a democratically elected govt in operation, then all changes implemented will be respected by other countries.
    Whoever issued that statement, needs to do a lot of research before he/she opens his mouth...well that might come from the PS for Info...shows she is not aware of all the developments that is going on in the illegal govt....Thumbs up to democracy....

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  14. "Hello. My name is Ratu Tevita Uluiviti Mara. I am a son of the late revered, admired,"..... mate you again using your family and chiefly status. not for me. I am educated, successful executive in Fiji and i fully support Frank & Co.

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  15. A pretty constructive speech. Now the whole world will know the true colour of the Voreqe regime. Let the sanctions begin.

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  16. Wow what large numbers at the gathering (lol).

    Reality is all this hype is by a few failed people for there self interest at the expense of poor fijians.

    M sure the numbers would give a true picture of the support of this movement.

    Please let's all get to work.

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  17. I read in todays Fiji times that the illegal PM gave a tougue lashing speech during the Fiji Institute of Accountants congress today.
    He told the members of the Institute present that it is their primary responsibility to promote transparency, accountability and other things that will help the country to generate funds...
    He even went on to say that some members have pursued the dollar at the expense of integrity...some members haven't lived up to the standard of their profession...
    If this is what he said, he should ask himself why he isn't allowing the revolving fund in FMF to be audited. Why isn't there any chief auditor report made public since 2007. Why did he illegally claim almost $200,000.00 of his leave days when the country was struggling economically. Why he allow himself to be paid more than $700,000.00.
    I have come to the conclusion that whoever wrote the speech didn't take into account the illegal Pm's record and actions..All he did was telling the members of this forum that he was doing the very things he was lacks intergrity, transparency, honesty and was shooting at his own feet. How stupid of him...Io na no school e...I wonder how the members of this forum were laughing away while he was making this stupid speech....
    Speech writer, do more reseaarch to prevent future embarrasment..anyway...that's his standard...grade 4....

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  18. @6:32 committe meeting to confirm roadmap for general public meetings all over the world where the crowds are waiting. First meeting should be used as reference sign of support wait for the Clear Mandate which is being endorsed.

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  19. Need to have elections every 3 years. 5 years is too long to wait for people who lose elections. this will avoid future coups.

    Its a good start, keep it up.

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  20. Well said 6.32. Nothing will happen. The grass root people support Bainimarama.

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  21. Thumbs up !
    International assistance will come to Fijians in the form of sanctions and is a far more powerful and effective tool than M16's !

    Frank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum will have to constantly be looking over their right shoulders now and so will their families.

    The stress, anxiety and paranoia will send them both to an early grave or stroke and diabetes.

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  22. @ anon 6.59 pm I am a grassroot member and I do not support Bai woman basher...I am a hostage from his PER DECREE not allowing me to shout my opinion at his face if he chooses to lift the PER

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  23. "In the original plan, Bainimarama was not to be PM; we were to hold elections inside of a year."

    A Stark Revelation! So Crank Banana was NEVER meant to become PM.

    Precisely! Who wants a no-school failure and retard to head a nation? NO ONE!!! Except for fellow retards.

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  24. Concerning attendance, Fiji people in Sydney fear the dreaded winter freeze that Canberra is renowned for at this time of year. No one in their right mind would venture south if they can help it . If the meeting was staged in Sydney it would have been capacity. By the way, at the first Fiji Democracy meeting in sydney, one Indian lady got up and spoke from the floor expressing the wish that the return to democracy movement ought to be structured multiculturally in order to be sustainable. As a person who lived thru the Dr Bavadra pro democracy movements in Australia she claimed with a hint of sadness that the Fiji diaspora community tended to polarise at such moments. She pleaded with the Fiji Democracy movement to work towards creating a multi-racial face for the movement. Well, history has shown that the Fiji Democracy movement is essentially an ethnic Fijian entity. This is understandable, given that the GCC and Methodist Church each got a "caqe" (kick in the butt). Could they not work a little harder at building up multi ethnic support? A reasonable doubt, is ambiguity concerning whether it is true democracy that is the sincere goal or is it really ethno-culturalism?

    But hey, Fiji was a great country. It has been wrecked by these four coups, All efforts to put it back upright again and bring the wreckers to justice is commendable. I hope the outcome is not another 1987 forgive the perpetrators story. Admittedly, the FDM is doing sterling work and must be congratulated. Something is better than nothing. Thumbs up to democracy.

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  25. neutral businessman you sound so fake try better next time also rejeshyou sound very masipolo malo

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  26. thumbs up for democracy

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  27. Malo Mara, malo FDFM advocates!

    Thumbs up for freedom.

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  28. @Anonymous 11 June 2011.

    You as, in your own words, "an educated and a successful executive" have accused Mara of calling himself a chief.

    I think this is similar to the behaviour of a very black uncleaned kettle calling the unwashed very black frying pan what they both really are.

    But the real difference is that
    Mara, has admitted his own mistakes and is ready to "face the verdict of the people" whom he had abused, through a proper and a constitutional legal system, while you have conceitedly boast of how you have thrived under a corrupt and a dictatorial illegal regime.

    That makes Ratu Ului Mara a greater person than you are. I have called him a Ratu, not because he was born into a chiefly family, but because he admits he will be answerable to the people.

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  29. @6:24 PM. That's because he IS the
    son of the late revered, admired, first Prime Minister and once President of Fiji, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara.

    Just because YOU're NOT the son of a prominent figure.... GO GET A LIFE.

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  30. The Late Great KKT Mara was right all along!!!

    "They cannot form a government"....
    because the current regime is not a government....as proved by the courts

    Thumbs up to the rights of people to nominate their own Ministers and PM.

    Carry on Roko Ului.

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  31. neutral businessman you sound so fake so goon like sharon

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  32. Who is calling a kettle black.

    RUM started with a lie... That he went fishing. Be a Man and say you did it

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  33. It's heartening, inspiring and encouraging to see the increased traffic of dopey buggers attacking Democracy Advocates on the blogs! It just shows we are making a huge difference.

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  34. Vinaka Ratu,Thumbs up for Democracy Viti.

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  35. roko uilui,this slow move will ruin us,the small business es in fiji.there is so much uncertainity now.our business is so badly affected.to tell you the fact,the illegal regime is bothered less what happens to us.they are just building roads..

    pliz ratu tevita,do something fast.i dont mind another coup.tell your boys to arrest the pm and the ag.things will fall in place itself.

    otherwise we wont have food on my table.please ratu tevita,help us.time to overthrow the govt right now.

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  36. @ anon 6.24pm & 6.59pm... U sure sound like the followers of the DICKTATOR....I m a grass root member also and I don't support Bainimarama one little bit...Woman bashers are not good PM candidates so he uses the gun to be one....What a LOSER....simply put a SONALEVU...."one day Mafatu"...Sa roro mai na nomu siga!!!THUMBS UP FOR DEMOCRACY....Peace...

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  37. I hear the Fiji navy boats at Minerva Reef ran away when the Tongans arrived. All they did was vandalise the safety lights there and then run away. Appears the Fijian navy not willing to put their lives on the line for VB. Fiji armed forces all bark no bite.

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  38. @ anon 712p.m.
    Please stop insulting retards !
    Even they are too smart to follow the likes of Frank and Aiyaz !
    It takes a simpleton from the Village to join the RFMF to follow Frank, retards are just far more intellectual and know right from wrong, unlike the village Idiots !

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  39. Tonga’s deputy Prime Minister has revealed how close the country has come to a military confrontation with Fiji over disputed Pacific reefs. “Our navy went back to their Navy and they ran away ’cause it’s our territory,” said Vaipulu.

    Showdown between Tonga and Fiji looms

    Published: 6:15PM Saturday June 11, 2011 Source: ONE News

    http://tvnz.co.nz/world-news/showdown-between-tonga-and-fiji-looms-4221560

    Tonga’s deputy Prime Minister has revealed to ONE News how close the country has come to a military confrontation with Fiji over disputed Pacific reefs.

    The tit-for-tat battle is a situation New Zealand feared would happen. Both Fiji and Tonga claim Minerva Reef as their own.

    “They do not have a right to those two islands, it belongs to his Majesty and the government of Tonga,” said Samiu Vaipulu, Tonga’s deputy Prime Minister.

    The Fijians recently went to the reef and dismantled Tonga’s navigational equipment.

    In response, this week the Tongan government sent two of its own navy boats to protect their claim.

    ONE News Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver has been told last night that the two Tongan Navy boats are at the disputed reef, rebuilding navigational equipment previously destroyed by the Fijian Navy.

    “Our navy went back to their Navy and they ran away ’cause it’s our territory,” said Vaipulu.

    Tonga’s Navy is still at the reef and putting up navigational lights. The Tongan government told ONE News that if anyone interferes, action will be taken.

    “The fact we’ve seen Navies getting into potential contact in the zone is pretty unhelpful frankly,” said foreign Minister Murray McCully.

    In a media statement, Fiji has attacked New Zealand and Australia accusing them of manipulating the Tongan government by offering gifts and aid.

    “It’s deeply insulting to Tonga, a country that has made significant strides in recent times, and now they (Fiji government) suggest they’re cow-towing to New Zealand and Australia is very insulting indeed,” said McCully.

    Fiji’s military Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is furious that one of his former military leaders, Lieutenant Colonel Tevita Mara, has now been allowed into Australia.

    The official Fijian government website refers to Tongan Navy boats at Minerva Reef, adding that New Zealand and Australia are rolling out the red carpet for Mara, who fled to Tonga last month after being charged with sedition in Fiji.

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  40. RESISTANCE AND DISOBEDIENCE....
    COMING VERY VERY SOON!!!!!!!

    Hallelujah! Praise the LORD and Pass the Ammunition!!!!!!!!

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  41. Vinaka My Brother! You are doing justice to all the people of fiji. Unfortunately, everyone do not have the network/freedom like you to move around but certainly their prayers and support is with you. My brother, you have the responsibility of not only the people of fiji but most importantly the chiefs of fiji. Otherwise this commoner and Aiyaz will destroy the chiefly system in fiji.It is very important to fight for our chiefs and the ppeople of fiji. You are certainly living up to the standards and expectatons of your father, the greatest statesman of fiji and the world. Long live brother. THUMPS UP FOR DEMOCRACY. Hopefully it comes sooner than expected.

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  42. Thumps up to democracy

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  43. To many chief not enough indians....why you have bring your father in this mess....Who care if your father was first prime Minster and it only history man.... you done the meca and you done the runner.....era sa ratu kecega mai canberra: Ratu Suli, Ratu Jone, Ratu Ului, Ratu Lal, Ratu Marika, Ratu Pita......Dua madaga na nomudou rain dance ka uvu buka.....One Vote , One Race , One Fiji

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  44. Roko Ului, please plan your steps effectively so that you can do this change without much hiccups, cause remember the military will have a plan B for you and what you do.

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  45. Isa, Fiji such a beautiful place and doesn't deserve to be in this position. Unfortunately, the declinning trajectory of failed states originate from human actions, policy decisions, leadership failures rather than natural disasters or aspects of geography. Na noqu masu me na duri tale edua na Viti vinaka ka me sautu. Good leadership foresight for bounty to return to the land.In the modern era this can be achieved if all pull together. The currentTaliban regime cannot do that as they are perceived by everyone as illegitimate. This is the power of democracy. When it is embraced the government becomes legitimate domestically and internationally.

    The people are motivated to give a helping hand as they feel the connect with representative government. Spirits lift in the community when the administration starts to function and all is synergised. People care more for their country and their government because they voted them in. Optimism spreads in the community, and the future looks good.

    All it needs is dedicated leadership who care and do a good management job. But there must be checks and balances in place to ensure no recidivism e.g. independent judiciary, free press, independant policing, across the board auditing of government operations and follow-up, anti-corruption units etc. Importantly, their must be a reversion to the original alignment of the army towards external defence and the police to be responsible for internal security and being the fearless servant of the law.

    Quality individuals are required to run the new Fiji that will soon emerge. Men and women of integrity and who genuinely want to see Fiji back up on its feet again and fighting fit. Many leaders of the past have been comprimised and caused Fiji to decline. Have we learned yet? Oftentmes, the fate of the nation hinges on the integrity of just one man. Sadly, I think Fiji's leaders failed the test. But the volasiga (morning star) is shinning so Thumbs up to democracy - may God bless your plans.

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  46. Now is the appropriate time for all of us contributors to this esteemed column to post our real names. Worst of all, anonymous Christians preaching in this column.

    "Fiji Forward" cannot and will not be built and achived by faceless and nameless “patriots” and frightened Christians, hoping to unmask when the bugle for democratic celebration sounds.

    C4.5 recent proviso to clean up all comments should encourage all of you, whether you’re blogging from 4th floor Government Buildings new wing, Internet café in Honson Building, or Fiji homes/offices around the globe.

    Let’s put life and blood to our comments. Or else anonymity is the worst form of isolation!!

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  47. Very well done RUM and team- the pressure must increase to bring down the junta which is itself on its knees now. Ms Gobells talking about bi laterial agreements to bring RUM back, she doesnt realise he can apply for political asylum anytime but doesnt need to all countries will let him and out

    real snactions on fiji is needed for the junta to collapse

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  48. Real sanctions needed on fiji, cease all goods loading and unloading to and Fiji, stop wheat and petrol export, stop garment import, stop airline flights to fiji, stop accepting FJD currency, start tourist protest campaign soforth.

    It wouldnt take one week for the junta to collapse.

    Time for action-Thumbs up for democracy.

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  49. First well sid to you on the above C4.5. Second well done Mara ,Iam an Australian and what you said makes me proud, As for the Neutral Businessman your day is comming and very soon. And all the Australians that work with this PM and AG look out .You will be held for your lies . Iam like many other of my fellow Australians are behind Mara , So Thumbs up to democracy and freedom.

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  50. I hope RUM gets to go to the USA and meet President Obama. Maybe get the President to send in U.S. Navy SEALs that killed Osama bin Laden to remove the Dictator. I think the soldiers would be running away from QEB if a U.S Aircraft Carrier appeared near Suva.

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  51. Frank your day is comming real soon . Oyes you said you would help the people of Fiji . Well Frank you have only help yourself and your Goons . Now the time has come for you to sit down and think hard about what you are doing to this great country . But then again you dont care for any one but yourself.
    Wake up Fijians dont lets this go on .Take a stand for your country

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  52. Fiji fugitive Ratu Tevita Mara speaks out in Australia
    Updated June 10, 2011 17:34:11

    The fugitive Fijian army officer, Lt Col Tevita Mara, has arrived in Canberra ahead of his keynote address to the Fiji democracy movement tomorrow, where he’ll launch a ten-point plan for the restoration of democracy in Fiji.

    The former army commander is facing charges of mutiny and trying to overthrow the military government in Fiji.

    Since escaping Fiji, Colonel Mara has accused the regime of corruption and violence and he says interim Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has no intention of holding elections in 2014.

    He’s also apologised for his own role in the coup which deposed the Qarase government in 2006.

    Presenter: Canberra Correspondent, Joanna McCarthy
    Speaker: Former Fiji military officer, Lt Col Ratu Tevita Mara

    Listen:Windows Media http://www.abc.net.au/ra/pacbeat/stories/m1999133.asx

    MARA: It’s important in the sense that I’ll be meeting up with the democracy people in Australia and also coming to Australia, this is one of the biggest democratic countries in the world. Australia as you know has played a major part in the Pacific, but not only the Pacific, but Fiji in particular in bringing Fiji up from post-colonial times to where it is now.

    http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/pacbeat/stories/201106/s3241292.htm

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  53. Only ten ppl turned up cos we don't want to choose one crony over another..

    Mara is just as much to blame over what's happening in Fiji as Baini. He was part of the whole thing from the onset.

    Mara = Baini = same old situation

    Sure he is differentiating himself from frank now, but where has he been for the last five years?

    He has not given us the names behind the coup plotters in 2000 and 2006.

    I have not been impressed so far.

    We need real change.. Not the same old ppl fighting for power.

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  54. Fiji folks in Australia - lack of attendance CANNOT be put down to the weather or how cold it is. If your country was worth fighting for, you'd go the distance. Your families back home need your support. If Ratu Mara is to take our country out of political doldrums, then he needs your support too. COME ON FIJIANS THE WORLD OVER, LET'S PULL TOGETHER AND BRING DEMOCRACY BACK TO OUR BELOVED FIJI. MAKE A STAND...SUPPORT IS NEEDED RIGHT NOW! THUMBS UP FOR DEMOCRACY IN FIJI!!

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  55. Watch Braveheart thought I share this lines from the movie

    William Wallace: I *am* William Wallace! And I see a whole army of my countrymen, here in defiance of tyranny. You've come to fight as free men... and free men you are. What will you do with that freedom? Will you fight?
    Veteran: Fight? Against that? No! We will run. And we will live.
    William Wallace: Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you'll live... at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!

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  56. I feel for Mara for going all the way to Canberra only to address a few who attended. Does it mean that is the true picture of the movement there. I hope not.

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  57. Who is this joke of a Ratu??? Surely, real Ratus do not Big Up themselves like this joke did.
    "My name is Ratu Tevita Uluiviti Mara. I am a son of the late revered, admired, first Prime Minister and once President of Fiji, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara." ehhh... very poor for a son of an Oxford graduate.
    Surely, is old man is turning in his grave with disgust.

    Come on man... need real leaders with proper qualifications and not live off their fathers or ancestors.
    Ca gona a ta sukulu!!!

    Who are we voting for as the next PM people???
    Please not this guy!!!

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  58. neutral businessman = fake because your English = poor

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  59. Vinaka Roko Ului for having the guts & courage to stand up and fight for freedom.

    You are a real man for admitting your wrongs and willing to face justice under the rule of law and the Fiji Constitution when the Illegal Junta is removed.

    People have faith & hope as God will destroy all evil around us and bring Fiji back to prosperity.

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  60. My appreciation to Vunimaqo for raising the need for multiracial involvement in the FDM but it must be transparent, accountable and practical support, and not in face or visibility only at meetings or on the web.

    Frankly most us, like Rt.TUM, had initially supported the 05/12/06 take-over for its noble intentions to remove all negative egocentric, self righteous, cronyistic, selfish 'isms' of the previous democratic leadership with corrupt people who continued to do nothing but for themselves as MPs and highly positioned political appointees.

    These self serving people include others like the dinosaurial know-all Joji Kotobalavu with his group of overpaid unproductive 2004 - 2006 CEOs who only thought of themselves and made deasl with Government at the expense of other hard working civil servants.

    The same goes for opportunists who jump ship at every opportunity, certain business people and selfish go-getters like the well known ones since 1987 in Inoke Kubuabola, Sikeli Mataitoga, Joketani Cokanasiga; to name a few and add other names to this list.

    Anyway I have my reservations about the involvement of Indians in FDM considering their visible local support of this Military Government since 2007. From experience, the local Indians seem to thrive at the Military's breakdown of the I Taukei customary, communal and traditional Institutions.

    Yes, the Indians had been laughing at the I Taukei since 2007 but it seems, the tune has changed suddenly with the existing worsening socio economic hardships now forced upon all races by this Military dictatorship.

    Yes, I have my reservations...

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  61. @2:13 am. At the heart of American constitutional democracy is the concept of checks and balances: limits on the reach of each branch of government so that none can act unilaterally or exercise power without accountability.

    The power to initiate warfare, because of its grave and potentially long-term consequences for the entire republic, is rightly assigned to the entire Congress under the American system, rather than to the President, a single individual.

    As a matter of constitutional integrity, all executive acts of war must be prohibited without Congressional authorization.

    Evidence Broadens Obama Natural Born Conspiracy:

    http://www.rightsidenews.com/2011060713765/editorial/us-opinion-and-editorial/evidence-broadens-obama-natural-born-conspiracy.html

    IS OBAMA ELIGIBLE TO BE PRESIDENT?
    http://forums.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=235

    The 1790 Act did not ABROGATE jus soli! Jus Soli merely had its day and was superseded within parameters of common law practices, i.e., jurisprudence, the law favoring the citizen father, not the soil of a tyrant's dominion.

    The bible cautions of one who has the appearance of being righteous, yet returns to the uncleanliness/soil of his previous ways . . . comparing it to a dog eating its own vomit.

    I think that best describes those who argue for jus soli 'principles,' . . . ironic for it reveals a complete lack of principle.

    The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President

    By Dr. Jerome Corsi

    http://superstore.wnd.com/Wheres-the-Birth-Certificate-AutographedHardcover

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  62. I want to thank the Democracy Movement in Canberra for organising this meet! I'm a bit disappointed at the turnout, but the important thing is, the meeting took place!! and it was covered by the media? We are all reading your messages now!! Good work JB and Mara!!
    The Grassroots here in Fiji are behind you all the way!!
    For you supporters of this Illegal goofs,saying that grass roots ppl support Vore?? Yes of course.. in his face they do.. and accepting his bribes...they do...They will take everything he's giving them now!! because he rules by the GUN!!!..anyone who as much as refuse his bribe will be taken,tortured and locked up!!! but the time is coming....When that DAY comes!!!!! You shall SEE!!!!....Judgement Day is Coming!!!!! My promise to you!!! It will Come!!! Very Soon!!! We, the grassroots people have spoken!!!!!

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  63. One of Lau's prominent sons and businessmen Sakiusa Raivoce has confirmed his support for fugitive Ului Mara.

    Raivoce was one of the members of the Lauan Provincial Council who was denied entry to one of their meetings, well before Ului Mara's Road to Damascus conversion.

    Today, Raivoce has categorically refuted any claims of non-support for Ului Mara or negative conjecture against pro-democracy movement and said,

    “I would like to state emphatically and unequivocally that my family and I fully support his campaign to restore in Fiji, parliamentary democracy, the rule of lawand the restoration of the fundamental rights and freedoms of all citizens. The people of Lau, as far as I am aware, respect and admire their Young Chief.”

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  64. "Those of us that cannot go home whilst the puppet and his master are in power will be going home soon."

    "We will isolate the regime internationally, regionally, and in Fiji."

    "[W]e need to coordinate the plans and actions of the pro-democracy movement worldwide and within Fiji."

    "[T]he military will not shoot. There have been many discussions informally at the camp and the soldiers know that shooting is not an option. Even if Khaiyum orders his puppet to order the soldiers to open fire, THEY WILL NOT FIRE ON CIVILIANS. They know it is wrong."

    "We will use [] resistance and civil disobedience."

    "We will have democracy, we will have a new government and we will have them soon. Thumbs up for Democracy!"

    GOD SPEED. AMEN.

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  65. RE: Mafia ... USA @ 6:51 PM, June 11

    In reference to the Fiji Institute of Accountants congress at the Shangrila Fijian Resort on the Coral Coast -

    My thoughts exactly after reading that article in the Fiji Sun. It's a perfect example of how this regime wishes to control: Do as I say - not as I do."

    RE: Semi Meo @ 12:52 AM, June 12

    I am sure most of us would like nothing better than to identify ourselves IF there was no PERS in place that could accuse us of being dissidents for speaking up against being under the thumb of an illegal dictatorship and have us dragged off to QEB to be tortured or killed. I looked you up Semi. See where you live. You are brave in your transparency (if you even really live there) but I question why you constantly nag every blogger to do the same. Maybe YOU are wearing bulletproof armor but the rest of us aren't.

    RE: Anon @ 6:21 AM

    Ah! A fellow movie afficionado. I, too, thought about "Braveheart" and how much it relates to what we are going through here in Fiji. Tyrants have existed all throughout history. A hero can only die once. A coward dies every day of his life. A hero's name is always remembered and written down in history books. Cowards can hardly remember their own names. John Galt

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  66. Australia & NZ would love nothing better for Fiji Navy gun boats to fire onto Tonga Patrol vessels,It would give them the excuse they need to become involved. The Fiji Navy is well aware of this & beat a hasty retreat
    Major Blank
    Warships square off in Pacific feud

    Last updated 05:00 12/06/2011



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    Fiji and Tonga warships have confronted each other in an escalating quarrel over two lonely reefs 1500km north of Auckland.
    The two island nations are already at loggerheads over Tonga's decision to give refuge to fleeing Fiji dissenter Colonel Tevita Mara.
    Now, a Fijian patrol boat has fled the Minerva Reefs – claimed by both nations – as two Tongan patrol boats challenged its presence.
    Tonga's Deputy Prime Minister Samiu Vaiulu said the Fiji navy was discovered in a Minerva lagoon.
    "Our navy went back to their navy and they ran away, because it is our territory," he told TVNZ last night. Nominally the Tongan mission was to reinstall a maritime beacon on Minerva, blown up by the Fijians.
    Tonga's special adviser to the prime minister, Ahongalu Fusimalohi, warned Fiji that if it attacks the new lighthouse it would be seen as an "act of aggression".
    Both sides have small fleets of patrol boats, provided through Australian aid, equipped with 20mm cannons.
    Fusimalohi said Tonga was acting legally. "We had two naval boats to install the beacon which was bought down by the Fiji navy."
    The 162-tonne Savea and Pangai installed the beacons and returned safely to Nuku'alofa, four hours away.
    Fiji has not admitted to a navy retreat, but the government issued a press statement claiming the Minerva Reef showdown was part of a plot by Australia, supported by New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully, to "subvert the path towards the holding of truly democratic elections in Fiji". Last night McCully told the Sunday Star-Times the Fiji statement was probably from some "even looser cannon" than usual in the regime.
    "It is disappointing to see that somebody in Fiji has had an exotic excursion with the computer, but we will not be provoked by that," McCully said.
    He appealed for both sides "to pause and reflect before upping the ante" and use well established international processes to resolve border disputes.
    New Zealand saw the issue as entirely bilateral and not involving Wellington but New Zealand mariners did use the reefs. "If it appears at any stage there is advice to be given to yachties then we will do so."
    The Minerva dispute is being seen by diplomatic sources as an attempt by Suva to divert attention from the tensions building within Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama's regime. Since Mara, one of his top soldiers, fled to Tonga to avoid sedition charges, the powerful Mara family has been openly acting against Bainimarama.
    Mara is a son of Fiji's founding prime minister and president, the late Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara.

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  67. @ Anon...what do you want Ului to say?My dad is the best dad in the world,no matter how rich or strong your father is,my dad is still the best dad in the whole world even with one leg or eye or even crippled.Do you want to hear that your father was Ratu Mara's son outside marriage?

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  68. @Jerome Corsi
    The Constitution of any country is what the inhabitants of that country decide it to be.
    So if the Obama birth certificate is bothering you so much why don't you just take him to Court.
    Doesn't your court system rule according to your constitution?
    We in Fiji don't give a hoot about Obama's birth certificate and we don't give a hoot about your American Constitution.
    All we care about is whether you Americans are good people or not and make sure you are not invading other countries because of their oil or the need to sell arms.
    So take Obama's certificate and shove it wherever you want. None of us gives a rats a...

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  69. @Anonymous 8.48am. John Galt(??)
    Very good morning, Sir.

    Pls re-read the last 2 sentence of YOUR post…

    me bullet proof vest..you must be joking.. I have been to Fiji nearly 10 times since some people promised to clean up Fiji in December 2006. Pls, re-read all my posts under my real name on all blogs and mainline media. Some friends and relatives were shocked when they saw yours truly on the streets of Suva/Ltk. Do I fear each time I walk out of Nadi Check-in?..by golly, am only human!..of course, am just an old nobody for the FMF to care.

    May I again reiterate Dr. Mike Munro plead to Fiji after his 2 hour meeting with Rear Admiral Bainimarama. “You cannot change a person you ignore.” May be time for all Church leaders to collectively visit him, rather than individual visits which may make each weak in the knees before the great tyrant. May be time for the Military Council to see him in eye and show him his medical records from China and deposits in local and offshore accounts of both Co Prime Ministers. may be Executives of the off shore Pro-Democracy groups visit him in Fiji or corner him in one of his favorate overseas hotels.

    Heard that Lt Col Ratu Mara will be visiting the Sun state soon. May be some of the young Chief’s advisors remind him of his late Ratu’s tact and diplomacy in public speaking, and refrains from “F-All” vulgar terms that may just dilute any interest to attend any future meetings. Of course, his youthful exuberance and emotion for the opportunity to be heard in a first public speech outside of Fiji may have just over flowed.

    Still, best we all unmask..especially bloggers outside Fiji..or else John Galt’s last 2 sentence will haunt us to our grave..and worse, our descendants may just spit on some of our tomb stone for been anonymous bloggers of nothingness..

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  70. People! People!..Cud we for once leave Mr. Ului alone and focus on the mission ahead...At least he is trying against all odds to make right what he helped make wrong...He will serve his time when his time will come BUT for now can we all rally behind him and fight for OUR FREEDOM and DEMOCRACY...Peace..

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  71. @John Galt.
    Semi Meo is an idiot who has his head burried in the sand.
    The military can read him like a book and he is so whishy-washy and sitting on the fence so he is no threat to them.
    I bet if he was making or distributing DVD on Democracy they would definitely bash him.
    Semi Meo stands for nothing, hence they leave him alone.
    As for you John Galt, you have made your position clear, so if you reveal who you are, they will definitely bash you.
    My advice, Stay calm & don't listen to idiots like Semi. He is useless to the cause. Useless to the Army and useless to us.


    Vakatakila 3:15-16.

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  72. Bula vinaka, Namaste, Hello. My name is Ratu Tevita Uluiviti(I USE ULUILAKEBA SOMETIMES) Mara. I am a son of the late revered, admired, first Prime Minister and once President of Fiji, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara(I JUST RAN AWAY FROM MY COUNTRY FIJI, DESERTED MY PEOPLE FROM LAU, MY FAMILY AND MY FRIENDS). Before I begin I want to thank Tonga for their help and support at a difficult time. They gave me a home when I most needed one; they have fed me, too well. My heartfelt thanks go to his Majesty King George, his Government and the people of Tonga. Malo and Vinaka Vaka Levu.(I PLEADED TO THE KING OF TONGA TO HELP CAUSE I WAS AFRAID OF FOLDING MATS AT LOVONILASE)

    I would like to thank the organizing committee for inviting me here to speak at the Pro-Democracy rally. I am sure a month ago I was the last person you would have wanted to see here. I understand, as I was a senior member of the Bainimarama regime.(I KNOW YOU PEOPLE WANT TO KILL ME) I know I have a long way to go to gain your trust. I know that only when have I answered to the Fijian People for my actions in 2006 will I be worthy to stand before you.(I AM NOT WORTHY ANYWHERE…)
    I know now that a military coup can never be justified under any circumstances. In 2006 I did not know that(I KNEW VERY WELL WHAT HAPPENED IN 2006, SINCE I WAS THE ONE WHO ORDERED ALL THE BEATINGS). I believed we were embarking on a noble vision to build a better Fiji. I thought it was noble to eradicate racism, to eradicate corruption and to build a true democracy. In the original plan, Bainimarama was not to be PM; we were to hold elections inside of a year. However, as you know, he became PM and we did not have elections that year. Nor did we hold elections in 2009 or 2010 as he promised both Fiji and the international community(ALL THAT IS SAID ABOVE IS ALL TRUE, IT WAS ME AND MY SELFISHNESS THAT LED ME ASTRAY).
    In 2008 Pita Driti and I could see that the direction of the country was not the promised one. We were no longer following the vision laid down by Bainimarama. We started to question the decisions being made by the regime.(NEVER AT ANY TIME DID DRITI AND I QUESTION VOREQE NEITHER DID WE ADVISE HIM) Our questions became more and more vocal and we became the voices of dissent in the Military Council.( NEVER AT ANY TIME WERE WE VOCAL) It reached the point where we were both sent on leave and finally charged.
    It became apparent that Bainimarama had only one advisor,(REASON IS BECAUSE WE WERE TO AFRAID TO ADVISE AND WE WERE ALL NO MAN (YES SARAGA) Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. In fact Khaiyum was not an advisor but a puppet master. Someone who told Bainimarama what to do. And like the puppet he is, Bainimarama would obediently follow the instructions of the man pulling the strings.(BECAUSE DRITI AND I WERE FOLLOWING OUR OWN PERSONNAL AGENDAS..THAT IS MY ASSETS WITH LAU TRADING AND DRITI, HIS MUSIC AND DRUGS)
    The two of them have stolen freedom of speech from the people of Fiji.(SO THAT FIJI CAN LIVE ON ITS OWN PEACEFULLY AND THE PEOPLE NOT BE MISINFORMED BY THE MEDIA) Last year, at a bar in South Korea, I allegedly said to a junior officer, “This Government is F-all.”(WHICH IS A VERY SEDITIOUS COMMENT) The junior officer reported me and won himself a promotion. I found myself charged with sedition. As a result, I have found my true voice and have and will say a lot more about the F-All government in Fiji. 9(I AM BEING VERY CHILDISH…HERE EH…)
    Bainimarama and Khaiyum are in the process of destroying the Fiji we know and love. Firstly, let’s talk about the economy: (I AM BLUFFING HERE…COZ I DON’T WANT U TO HURT ME……SOB…SOB…SOB..)

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  73. Gosh! Even Baineee is commenting here now!!! Lol!!

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  74. Malo Roko Ului!

    We pray that everyone in Fiji are safe especially those being persecuted for freedom!

    We all have families in Fiji and I for one regularly go back for holidays annually to visit families and invest in Fijian lives and build our family home in the village. Once a month I remit funds back home to assist my families to enable them to buy sugar, flour and the basics to supplement their daily diet of cassava, vegetables of which they consider to be very fortunate.

    Annually I do a pilgrimage to a state capital in Australia for our annual village soli and contribute towards the development of my fellow villagers' welfare and education back in Fiji.

    Recently speaking to my family back in Fiji, they speak of Fijians without support who are getting desperate, tired, depressed and getting vulnerable to propaganda from the military junta. They cannot ask any question and they cannot offer any suggestions as to get things done properly but most of all fairly. Paranoia has rule the streets and the village meetings and false accusations to attain favours from district goverment officials,are now common.
    Having been there recently a few weeks ago I noticed that everyone had gone about their own business, we no longer stop on the streets/market to 'talanoa', greet each other with a smile and say 'Yadra' OR 'Ram Ram' or laugh around the "tanoa" whether be under the tamarind tree or the 'vale ni soqo' , we are losing our way of life back home and this I fear!

    Can we talk with FB and his government just once more to make him stop as he needs our assistance to rid of corruption, etc that this was once was the noble cause before we embark on a road we wish to avoid against our brothers, sisters, uncles, cousins in the military and who are in support of FB under duress in fear of their income to buy food.

    If this cannot be done or if FB is unwilling then we at Queensland in the rich mine fields greet Roko Ului with a big 'Bula' and an open cheque book to arm our relatives with empowerment to take back our freedom and our way of life thus empower our chiefs that we need them to lead as Roko Ului would know the Israeli Military Generals have a saying that goes "I lead you follow", Roko Ului you lead we will follow and support you.

    Thumbs Up Fiji ( T.U.F it up Fiji for our freedom).

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  75. Nice to see Vore and the Illegal Regime reading and commenting on these Blogs!!ha!ha! I thought they told us in the Media not to read and believe anything in these blogsites?? Ha!ha!...and that they have more important issues in Fiji to take care of???ha!ha!
    Looks like....we're bugging them... we're biting...all their bums getting itchy!! ha!ha!Hi!hi!!
    Now they've got the "Blog Bug"...he!he!he! Welcome to Coup4.5!!! Your views are of course.... Most Welcome!!!!! We excercise our Freedom of Speech here!!
    Ha!ha!he!he!he!hi!hi!hi! Vinaka Coup4.5!!

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  76. Annon 21.8pm - It seems they, or someone, also has the Love Bug. We've been getting unexplained comments like 'Bainimarama is soo cute' and 'I love Bainimarama' for the past few weeks - C4.5

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  77. Fiji needs righteous and godly leaders; not the big egos military people sitting at the front

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  78. thumps up to freedom

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  79. ena lusi walega nomudou i lavo ena vakayaco bose tiko mai keri sega ni dua sara na kena milamila lailai vei iratou na matanitu nikua.

    dou wavokita sara na regional countries e sega saraga ni dua na ka ena rawa ni vakavuna na veisau e Viti. Da waraka ga na veidigidigi ena 2012 me vaka sa da namaka kece tiko nikua.

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  80. 4.45PM

    Dou vakasosolo ... back to top-shop!

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  81. @Anonymous 12:00PM
    Hey Voreqe, Just take it like a man!
    Anyone can say "F...All" to your govt.
    In fact all of us here say your govt is F-all.
    Just relax man!
    You and your f-all govt have wasted a lot of money. Millions of dollars. Why did you pay out Sereana Qoro after she made the biggest loss FHL ever had?
    Don't you think that is a bit stupid.
    We say, that is F-all.
    FSC losing $300 mil a year. We say that is F-all.
    FNPF going down the drain because of the stupid people you appointed there and illegal money taken by Tappoos. We say that is F-all.
    Nur Bano getting paid $800,000 a year to write your salaries. We say that is really F-all.
    So all in all Voreqe your government is really really F-all.
    So except that you are a loser and get ready to go and run the bucket in Naboro!

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  82. ha ha ha..many people from the camp getting mightily worried a lot of comments from them!! Vacava...sa tekivu na rere. Keep at it Roko Ului, you are rattling them. Thumbs up!!

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  83. @Anon June 12, 2011 11:16 AM...lol....lol...this faceless and nameless wanna be Christian and wanna be patriot...yep...no name..no principle …no pride.
    Goodness, even having the audacity to quote from the good book…what the matter with you..did your Pastor, Priest and Talatala encourage you to be an “undercover bible basher”??..Madam..get far away from that church…well, if you’re a church goer at all!!
    Why should I support this tyrannical Co Prime Ministers lying to Fiji..and why should I support a prodemocracy movement who do not even know it’s head from tail??
    Who is their leader?? JB, Ratu Mara ??, Waqatairewa?? Naidu??

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  84. Its a not to bad an idea but don't forget that our ordinary families will be the the ones copping all this isolation strategies.Its being done before and never work.Our melanisian neighbours are not fully aware of the situations and we need to get Roko Ului to visit them and update them and convince them that Voreqe is a Dictator. Ordinary people will be the one paying heavy prices for food,fuel and other cost of living expenses.It won't affect the regime as they are already shelfishly rewarding themselves with higher salaries. Please we should unite in a way and devise ways of using forces to bring down the regime.If Egypt,Libya,Yemen etc can do why not us.Lets get deeper and be professionals.We have some of our own former CRW boys and others who can be used to plan our attacking strategies.I live in another country but I have the heart to fight for what is right for my people.
    For discussions please drop me an email on namaramai@gmail.com.Most diplomatic solutions have failed.Please ask yourself a question as to wether we like our beloved homeland to be like a Sadam 's Iraq and other nations that a being exploited by these maniacs.Come on Fiji lets unite and reclaim our freedom and what rightly belongs our people.

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  85. @Semi Meo 9:23
    You writing in the blue ink, Can you please stop trying to takeover my identity you fool.
    Go and find another name for yourself, loser!

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  86. At last we’re moving forward....

    Ratu Tevita Mara’s campaign to restore democracy took a step forward today with a workshop in Canberra. With the support of former Colonel Jone Baledrokadroka and two leading academics a campaign has commenced which will take the fight for the restoration of democracy in Fiji to the Pacific region and the international community. This is what can truly be called moving forward.

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  87. Hey C4.5 your pictures have been stolen by that Aussie guy who hates you guys Graham Davis. Thought you guys weren't buddy buddy for 'im to use your material.

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  88. Bainimarama is doing a great job. Let stop all this talk and get back to work...

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  89. I think you have said enough to be granted a protection visa. So just go on and join other former SDL MPs in the Rail Corp industries.Ensure to to get your green card. you might hurt yourself holding pick,hammers and pinch bars cause they is no red carpet treatment for you in Oz. One thing you should learn in Oz everyone is equal whether you a MP or a ordinary person, there is no preferential treatment for the Ratus in Oz. Stop making noises and makes some babies and go out and sweat for your hard earn dollars to feed your family and not like what you used to enjoy before from royalties from other peoples land and business.

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