|BAREFACED LIAR: Khaiyum.|
They are particularly scathing of the puppeteer's call for trade unionist Felix Anthony, who was beaten by the army, to return and report the matter to Fiji police.
A source says recent history will show that from 2007, after the appointment of Esala Teleni as commissioner and now with Ioane Naivalurua, the Fiji Police's foremost task is to deny and protect all military illegal activities and to uphold the illegal decrees that gives army officers who beat up people under the PER, immunity.
"We want to plead to the Australian unions not to bow down to legal pressure by an illegal enterprise. Go on and strike. We the people of Fiji will suffer if you walk away now and these union leaders might be never be able to return to Fiji or loose their lives back home, their families will be terrorised and raped by the illegal army.
"We plead with the Australia and New Zealand governments to silently support the unions in their country to support our cause. This illegal regime can only succeed in a legal democracy in your country where law and order exists - to fight evil, sometimes we have to overlook our sincerity.
"The strike, which can last just two weeks, will see this regime fall instantly and the new government will withdraw any charges against the Australian and New Zealand unions. How much more can we lose when Air Pacific is already making a 90 million loss, like it did last year? A few weeks break will instead see a savings!"
The illegal AG and MINFO have in the past two days tried to counter the FTUC and Australian Transport Workers Union campaign for planned strike action against Qantas and Air Pacific by revealing 'damaging' information about Felix Anthony, Danie Urai and Rajeshwar Singh.
Suddenly, the regime can access and make public the salaries and gratuities paid to the unionists while refusing to stump up its own pay slips for the exorbitant monies it's paying itself, not to mention the other excesses it is indulging in or the many kickbacks and backhanders the hierarchy are benefiting from.
Khaiyum has also continued with the lies to media that the current illegal government of Frank Bainimarama has not introduced measures that have harmed Fiji workers. Really?
The New Zealand Council of Trade Union seems to have been rattled by Air Pacific's threat of legal action but it's hoped the Australian unions can see through the propaganda and stand up to the threats and support the people of Fiji as they deserve to be supported.