#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: 2011-03-20

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Hold those complaints: I'm off to the rugby

The illegal leader's phone appears to have rung red hot this week with people taking advantage of his offer to tell him of their concerns.

According to the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, an overwhelming number of people contacted the dictator about "the performance of civil servants and government departments as well as issues directly affecting their lives".


Pity Frank Bainimarama wasn't so interested when 66 year old Apisai Tawake wanted to discuss his concerns with him last Christmas. 

Remember, Tawake was beaten by soldiers after having the nerve to try and get a meeting with Bainimarama to discuss village matters and breaches of human rights in Fiji.

As noted in Tawake's statutory declaration which has been forwarded to Australian authorities, Bainimarama knew about the assault as it was happening and was obviously okay with it.

The dictator has now conveniently put his helpful mode on hold (the cellphone gig was a red herring after all) and has headed to Hong Kong to hob nob and make sure those Asian dollars keep coming Fiji's way. 
 
The illegal foreign affairs minister, Inoke Kubuabola, says Bainimarama and the illegal Minister of Tourism, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, will also attend the Hong Kong leg of Tourism Fiji’s Road show.


Bainimarama will also go to the Hong Kong Sevens to cheer on the Fiji team.  

 
People have  now been asked to text their issues to 01 or email pmsoffice@connect.com.fj and three senior officers are on stand-by to address their concerns. 

 
Editor's Note: The regime is putting it about that tourism will this year account for the jobs of 63 thousand people or about 25 per cent of total employment. According to its website investments in tourism total more than 200 million dollars or about 28 per cent of this year's GDP.  The regime says within a decade, it will be 40 per cent. It says tourist numbers were a record high of 631, 868 last year, up 16.5% from 2009.  The Fiji Times today quotes Tourism Fiji's chief executive officer, Josefa Tuamoto, as saying there were 18,000 visitors from China last year, an increase of more than 32 percent from the previous year.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Pink Elephants and Damm Cats!

WATER BOYS: Bainimarama and Nailatikau.

Both are known as piss heads but they'd have us believe they're teetotallers on this occasion. Get these two at the recent Sayed Khaiyum and Ela Gavoka nuptials.

Bottles of water are in front of them but it's common knowledge these days that the dictator, Frank Bainimarama, and the illegal president, Epeli Nailatikau, are drunks.

Regime sources have revealed that Bainimarama fritters money away on parties and expensive bottles of wine and that he's drunk as often as four times a week.

Nailatikau also has a reputation as a mateni; he seems to spend a lot of his time at the Defence Club imbibing freely then foisting himself on company.

The drinking of the El Supremo and El Presidente brings to mind the following clever quip: Alcohol removes inhibitions - like that scared little mouse who got drunk and shook his whiskers and shouted: "Now bring on that damn cat!"

Naivalurua looking to set the standard at MSG police summit

OH, YES, THAT'S HOW WE DO IT: Ioane Naivalurua shares with one of his Melanesian peers the wonder of Fiji policing.



Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and the Solomons Islands  - all have their problems with corrupt and incompetent police.
 
Still, it was rather ironic to have Fiji's police commander Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua on the podium, looking as though he was extolling the virtues of Viti police.

 
But in a week when police have been accused of assaulting children (and let's not forget the QEB Goons), senior police officials associating with suspected drug dealers and officers on the take, Naivalurua doesn't have a lot to crow about.

 
In fact, he probably should've been listening to the Melanesian police heads instead of bending  their ears. 

 
And oh, yes: true to tradition the two officers accused of assaulting children have apparently been 'transferred', the usual answer to internal police inquiries.

 
Regarding our National Intelligence Bureau scoop about a police official seen having a discussion with a suspected drug dealer, while drinking inside a nightclub, police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri says “nothing like that happened”. Really?

The summit with the MSG is looking at a range of issues including natural disasters, law ad order, transnational crimes and sovereignty issues.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Officers accused of being on the take

Intelligence sources have identified the following police officers as taking drug money and bribes. The information comes from within the regime.


Rank                Batch No.             Name                      Unit

DCP                       2152        Isikeli Ligairi                   HQ

SP                  389        Luke Navela Wainiu       CID

ACP                239         Henry Brown                   HQ               
SSP              1023         RusiateTudeavu           RPC/S

ASP              2394        Abdul Khan                    NIB

IP                 3010        Tevita Tadulala                HQ

Bainimarama packs a sulk and threatens to pull Fiji teams completely

Poor dictator Frank Bainimarama and his hopeless hankering to be part of rugby's biggest occasion this year.
 

The illegal leader continues to try to move the goalpost and touch down, even though he's been told NZ wont waive the travel sanctions.
 

The deluded dictator was banking that his promise of 3 million dollars might help get him to the international tournament in September.
 

He has now threatened to stop the Flying Fijians and the Sevens team from attending either the Cup or next weeks Adelaide 7s tournament if the bans aren't relaxed.
 

He told the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation the Fiji Rugby Union do not deserve to be given the $3 million at this stage as they have not taken responsibility or have the will to fight for the best players to represent the country.
 

He said the FRU should push the International Rugby Board to pressure Australia and New Zealand to give visas to soldiers who represent the country and are participating in IRB sanctioned tournaments.
 

Fiji village had earlier reported the Fiji Rugby Union had provided the IRB with a list of players in both Sevens and Rugby World Cup squads that are currently affected by the travel bans imposed by Australia and NZ.
 

Fijivillage reported that the IRB said they are having ongoing dialogue with both countries but both ultimately NZ and Australia reserved the right to deny entry to any individual in accordance with their respective immigration policies.
 

An outraged Bainimarama was today quick to threaten to pull Fiji out completely.
 

Just a few months ago, Sports minister Filipe Bole said the regime would save the Flying Fijians.
 

But as always, it was with strings.
 

The IRB thwarted that move but Bainimarama is angling again to be part of the world cup action, playing hard ball.
 

How conveniently he forgets the travel bans are due to his 2006 coup.
 

The arrogance of the illegal leader suggests he can run wild on the international playing field as he does in Fiji, thanks to illegal decrees and bribing his soldiers with perks. 

He may have his fans in Viti (check him out at the wedding of the treasonous AG to Ela Gavoka) but there are far and few in the real world.


Sunday, March 20, 2011

Leaked document: youth leader on military goon's hit list

The following document has also been sent to Coupfourpointfive.

It reveals the illegal regime has its evil eye on Fiji citizen Pita Waqavonovono.

The regime has singled out the youth leader for surveillance apparently because he has the temerity to alert international organisations to the breaches of human rights being committed by the military and in some cases, the police.

We can't verify it independently just yet but will, however, still forward the information to the relevant international authorities and will also keep a keen eye on Waqavonovono's situation.

All cases of mistreatment and abuse must be documented.


ATN: RFMF MC




ATNX:

RUEHBY1528

RUEHLO7174

RUEHMO3867

RUEHFR223569RUEHKO12451

RHMFISS784547REF: CONFIDENTIAL

SUBJECT: UPDATE ON ACTIVITIES - WAQAVONOVONO

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AS DIRECTED SURVEILLANT LAUNCHED FEB19 ON ACTIVITIES BY 'YOUTHLEADERS' AND ENGAGEMENTS OF PITA WAQAVONOVONO HAS BEEN MONITORING ALL CALLS FROM WAQAVONOVONO ASSOCIATES AND ACTIVITIES AT SUBJECTS RESIDENCE - 10 YASI ROAD, DELAINAVESI.
WAQAVONOVONO HAS ALSO APPEARED AT QEB HEADQUARTERS RECORDED FOUR OCCASIONS TO INQUIRE ON ISSUE.


WAQAVONOVONO HAS BEEN MEETING WITH YOUTHLEADERS [10 REACORDED] AND BUILDING CASE TO FURTHER DISTABLE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT. WAQAVONOVONO IS IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, HUMANRIGHTS WATCH AND OFFICE HUMANRIGHTS FOR UNITED NATIONS AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MEDIA REPORTS ON NEGATIVE ATTENTION TO THE STATE.

WAQAVONOVONO HAS SPOKEN TO KNOWN MEMBERS OF ANTISTATE AGITATION. PETITION TO UNITED NATIONS TO END RFMF PEACEKEEPING SERVICES, PETITION TO END PER, ORGANISED FULLY BY SUBJECT

WE SUPPORT THAT THEIR IS A NEED TO FURTHER INVESTIGATE AND MAKE NECESSARY ACTION TO HALT ALL PLANS BY SUBJECT. SUBJECT IS CONSIDERED AS THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY.


Editor's Note:

Waqavonovono has been intimidated several times by military visiting his home; they've also tried to question his work colleagues.

He has been advised to take the above information seriously, even if it is an intimidation tactic by the military.

He's also trying to find out more about the document and how it came to be in circulation but says it's important people remember that anything of this nature needs to be taken seriously until proven otherwise.

He says he's already been advised that some of the codes used in the document is genuine intelligence but there are inconsistencies in other parts.

Waqavonovono says too many people, espeically youth, are being harassed by military and people need to feel empowered rather than intimidated or bullied by the situation.