|VRF GRAFFITI CAMPAIGN HITTING NERVE: The dictator, Frank Bainimarama.|
|VRF WORK: Police bure, too?|
A reliable source from within the hierarchy of the regime, told Coupfourpointfive that Bainimarama "is so wound up he could burst ... kaca bote."
The source, who calls himself, PS Who Knows Them Well, told us: "Number One is rampaging like a stuck wild pig with the graffiti."
The source was behind the exclusive leaks to Coupfourpointfive last year that revealed Bainimarama was losing the plot and the military hierarchy was wracked with division.
The graffiti camaign started last week and is being driven by a group calling itself VRF, Viti Revolution Forces.
The group has yet to publicy reveal who it is, but our source says those behind the civil disobedience campaign are from the military.
"The men who did it are soldiers in his own camp, not one or two but over a dozen. They are getting ready to finish the job they have started."
No arrests have been made but intelligence sources have told Coupfourpointfive, a special taks force has been travelling the country in unmarked vehicles looking for VRF.
Over the weekend, it was reported by another blog site that soldiers had broken the fingers of a 12 year old boy they believed had graffitied a bus shelter with anti-Bainimarama sentiment.
Intelligence sources say the dictator gave a clear directive to his personal bodyguards, loyalist and to the police commissioner: "Cut their fucking hands off, no court cases – make an example."
Coupfourpointfive has also been told police property has been burnt. We've been told the Police Bure at Vatudradra Post was completely burnt last night and that Nawai Police Post Bure partially destroyed.
The source says he was there and that police were running around like mad. It's believed the bures were burnt around ten or half past ten and have not been reported by the Fiji media because of the censorship.
VRF says it will release a statement soon about yesterday's No Service No Work Day.
Editor's note: The former 3Fir leader, Roko Ului Mara, who is now supporting the call for return to democracy for Fiji, is meanwhile calling on Fiji police and military forces to take back control from the 'murdering Bainimarama.' In the following statement aimed at police and soldiers (the key to Bainimarama's reign of power), he says "You must restore respect for the rule of law" and "join the Methodist Church and trade unions in passive resistance."
Message to the Fiji Security Forces