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Monday, November 26, 2012

IUF petitions sugar body to drop Bainimarama as chair

IUF petition already has 4000-plus signatures
Another international labor based campaign has been launched against the regime and bloggers have their chance to step up and have their say.

The International Union of Food workers has a petition underway aimed at stopping the illegal leader, Frank Bainimarama, from chairing the International Sugar Organisation.

Bainimarama will be in the United Kingdom for the ISO's annual meeting in London, due to start tomorrow and run for two days.


The IUF union says (and Coupfourpointfive totally agrees): Fiji's military dictatorship should not be chairing the international sugar body which should also have no meetings with Fiji until democracy and trade union rights are fully restored.

More than four thousand individuals and organisations have already signed the ISO petition, including Coupfourpointfive. Click on the following link and it will take you to the IUF page where you can have your say.

http://www.iuf.org/cgi-bin/campaigns/show_campaign.cgi?c=727

The following is the message being sent to the ISO and you can support it or write one yourself.
 
To Member States of the International Sugar Organization and to Peter Baron, Executive Director, ISO

I am very concerned to hear that Commodore Bainimarama, Prime Minister of Fiji, is due to take over the chair of the International Sugar Organization (ISO). Bainimarama is a military dictator and his regime has destroyed labour and human rights in Fiji. I call on ISO members to refuse to allow him to take over the chair of the organization and to refuse to hold any ISO meetings in Fiji until democracy and labour rights are restored in Fiji.
Yours sincerely, 


The IUF petition is the second effort this month by the international trade union movement to help the people of Fiji. 

Recent ITUC campaign.
At the beginning of the month, the International Trade Union Confederation ran the Fair Play for Fiji campaign, which involved members dropping leaflets at the Fiji games during its tour of England and Ireland, including Twickenham.



42 comments:

tattifala said...

only fitting that Frank bainimarama chair this international sugar body meet in england because he has after all been a sugar cane farmer and sugar industry leader all his life.
hasn't he?

Savenaca Waqa said...

Please should learn to accept and respect our great Prime Minister.He is the Head of State. Our Prime Minsiter has saved the sugar industry which Qarase nearly bankrucpted it.

tattifala said...

if bainimarama has ever done any sugar cane planting work in fiji he would know what real back breaking work it is. but I suspect he only knows about military drills a good deal of which is totally useless.
amazing isn't it : never planted a cane in Fiji but off to London to chair an international sugar meet!!
Doesn't this sugar body people know that Bainimarama is a military dictator ruling Fiji after seizing power in a military coup? why should anyone have to tell them? what do they stand for? why can't they take it upon themselves to do the right thing? what would be the right thing to do in this case?
If they don't know then they are unfit people to be in this international body.

Justice for Fiji said...

C4.5 is right this campaign should have everyone wanting change hitting IUF petition to show their vehement oppositition to Frank leading the ISO.

It is hypocrisy and sham at its worst.

Can people post a comment saying they've done it when they have?

Anonymous said...

Stop child labour
Felix Chaudhary
Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Fiji Times

SUGARCANE growers in the Western Division have been warned to stop using children as labourers on their farms as the practice could jeopardise opportunities of gaining Fairtrade certification and receiving high premiums for sugar.

President of the Rarawai and Tavua Cane Growers Association Gyan Singh said non-conformity could hinder progress to achieving a deal with Fairtrade.

He said issues with child labour and the indiscriminate use of banned weedicides and fertilisers had to be addressed.

"We conducted an audit and found non-compliance with child labour on one farm which is a major issue and minor non-compliance issues with weedicides and fertilisers in others. Due to the stringent guidelines laid down by the Fairtrade Labelling Organisation Certification (FLO-CERT), growers on Viti Levu will have to fully comply in order to be considered for Fairtrade certification and the premium sugar prices that go with it," he said.

Mr Singh said extensive training programs were being conducted across the Western Division cane belt area to ensure that cane farmers understood that child labour would not be tolerated and the illegal use of weedicides, pesticides and fertilisers would continue to be a hindrance to achieving certification.

"Basically we are informing cane growers on Viti Levu to comply with the stringent guidelines, which not only benefit the wider community but also assist farmers in growing their cane in a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly manner. We are also advising growers that children have to attend school and should not be used as labourers on cane farms. Once we have successfully got compliance then we can move onto certification and receiving premium price of $60 a kilogram for our sugar," he said.


Say NO to Dictators said...

Time to say 'NO' to dictators. The only good dictator is one dragged out of a drainpipe and given the justice they deserve - and the same goes for their entire family. Dictators and their families are vermin and parasites. history has proven this time and time again.

SEMI MEO said...

We would like to believe that Fiji, as long time member of the ISO has been rightly recognised in this round of appointments to Chair the ISO.


Even if a corporal Ganesh was Prime Minister of Fiji and in any form of Government, still Fiji’s leader will be elevated to that esteemed position.



Shouting done this prestigious and timely appointment for Fiji to chair the ISO with the pretence of prodemocracy is a mockery.


Why don’t these same “shouting squads” from the sidelines of life employ the same hatred and venomous velocity against all other international appointments?...how about starting from the UN, UNESCO,ILO,IMF,WHO and even …do your home work..aren’t respective leaders, Foreign Ministers, Bureaucrats heads or executive members of sovereign with far worst workers rights and human rights abusers still…still glorified as trusted members or Chair of the security council, poverty alleviation clubs to malaria eradication etc, etc, etc!!



We say…let the Rear Admiral or whoever from Fiji is going to probably deputizes for him chair the ISO meet in London!!...we may just benefit in some networking and favor from the mega Sugar producers to lend a hand fix our rotting sugar mills!!


..and we say the ISO is blindly inconsiderate…phew!!…some people!!


Do these foreigners have anything better to do other than evil intent to sabotage Fiji’s economy and inadvertently heighten poverty in my Fiji…get the hack out of our affairs!!?..why not follow the trail of “ blood diamonds” from Africa to major Commonwealth countries and even “polished” as glorious earnings in the street of US and UK…

Why not spend more energy on detecting and eradicating transnational thievery through and “under” our borders..

Goodness!!No...NO international NGO or Gov would wanna waste time on the cheering sqauds along the streets...why should they, as no one..no one..wanna rock the boat sailing towards imminent elections in 2014!!!

Joeli Kitabu said...

Blogers- Egg on your face. You guys said recently on the blog that the Casino will not proceed. This blog is full of wrong news.

Read the Article from Fiji Times.
Casino construction to go ahead as planned next month
The $290 million funding of Fiji's first ever casino is fully secured and constructions are still expected to go ahead from late next month.
Speaking from the US, One Hundred Sands Limited Chairperson Larry Claunch said in the latest dealing with their investors, they have secured the funds.

There is an audio file attached to this story. Please login to listen.

He said that there has been a lot of inaccurate information about the casino's development.

There is an audio file attached to this story. Please login to listen.

Claunch added that a delay to the completion of the casino, convention centre and the five star hotel by October next year is expected.



Anonymous said...

UN stresses need to defend press freedom

United Nations officials yesterday highlighted the need to defend freedom of expression and ensure the safety of journalists, noting that 2012 is set to become one of the deadliest years on record for media workers covering not just conflicts but also illegal activities in their own countries.
“Today's meeting could not be more timely,” the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, said in her message to the 2nd UN Inter-Agency Meeting on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity in Vienna, Austria.
“More than 100 journalists have been killed so far this year, making 2012 the deadliest year for the media since UNESCO began keeping records on the killings of journalists. And we are only in November.”
The meeting, attended by UN agencies, independent experts, governments, media houses, and civil society organisations, will discuss the most pressing issues facing freedom of expression today and will create a new UN strategy to improve the safety of media workers and effectively prosecute those who commit crimes against them.
Of the journalists killed this year, 32 were killed as a result of the Syrian conflict and 18 were killed in Somalia. However, the majority were not war correspondents, Bokova said, but local reporters covering activities such as drug trafficking and illegal logging.
“We must break the vicious cycle that silences journalists, deprives society of important voices and frightens other citizens, preventing them from speaking out,” Bokova said in her remarks.

Friday, 23-Nov-2012 12:58

Anonymous said...

UN stresses need to defend press freedom

United Nations officials yesterday highlighted the need to defend freedom of expression and ensure the safety of journalists, noting that 2012 is set to become one of the deadliest years on record for media workers covering not just conflicts but also illegal activities in their own countries.
“Today's meeting could not be more timely,” the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, said in her message to the 2nd UN Inter-Agency Meeting on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity in Vienna, Austria.
“More than 100 journalists have been killed so far this year, making 2012 the deadliest year for the media since UNESCO began keeping records on the killings of journalists. And we are only in November.”
The meeting, attended by UN agencies, independent experts, governments, media houses, and civil society organisations, will discuss the most pressing issues facing freedom of expression today and will create a new UN strategy to improve the safety of media workers and effectively prosecute those who commit crimes against them.
Of the journalists killed this year, 32 were killed as a result of the Syrian conflict and 18 were killed in Somalia. However, the majority were not war correspondents, Bokova said, but local reporters covering activities such as drug trafficking and illegal logging.
“We must break the vicious cycle that silences journalists, deprives society of important voices and frightens other citizens, preventing them from speaking out,” Bokova said in her remarks.

Friday, 23-Nov-2012 12:58

tattifala said...

I agree to Bainimarama going to London to chair sugary meeting PROVIDED he agrees to go dressed up in the same way he appears on the C4.5 screen cover. that is the more authentic look of the military dictator.
agree go, no agree no go. that's final!

Anonymous said...

@ Joeli Kitabu... egg on your face? Don't count your chickens before they hatch. Works has NOT commenced yet on the casinos. Only talk when actual work has begun. another major blunder by the blundering fools Bai and Aye.

Anonymous said...

Next month (December 2012)starts this Saturday (6 days away).

Anyway which idiot starts a major construction contract of that scale in Fiji in the month of December when everbody is getting ready for Christmas and New Year ?

The 100 sand idiot/conman ?

Abdul Prasad said...

I am always amazed at Meo's diatribe and I often wonder what he stands for.He seems to be forever stuck on the Rear Admiral to be given a chance and the relentless march to 2014 election and democracy.

For most people its not about cheering on the sideline...its about protesting the only way they can. I guess thats too difficult to understand for smart alecs like Meo.

Most of us in Fiji have had enough of the Rear or Maimuri Admiral. Meo is the one cheering on the sideline in Australia oblivious to the suffering, the corruption,poverty, and the list goes on.

Meo seems to think that because he is using his name on the blogs he is the only one with balls.I think he has got shrinking or salulu balls.

Vutuki Meo said...

@Semi
You say the sugar mills are rotting.
Why do you think that is?
Whose fault is it?
Bainimarama has absolute control over where the money goes in Fiji.
He has controlled the Sugar Industry in the last six years.

So whose fault is it again??

I agree with you , it is rotting, like everything else in Fiji.
The smell is no good.
Tell your Rear Admiral to clean his rear.
May be you can help him Semi.

Ron Kubu said...

Lots of dealing under the table with all these international chairs being given to our dicktator, how can international bodies allow these nonsense?

Ron Kubu said...

Joeli Kitabu building the casino is just a fraction of the work done. What matters will the casino make fortunes? All our tourists come from casino land and the last thing on their minds is spending their holiday in a casino in coup land.

Fiji Labour Party said...

Budget 2013: a bundle of contradictions
[26 Nov 2012,1630]

New tax laws and duty increases announced in Budget 2013 will undermine business confidence and fuel inflation.

Draconian changes announced to the tax laws in the Budget are hostile to businesses and will compel the local business community to look elsewhere for a more friendly business and investment environment.

Likewise, the hike on fuel will increase the already high cost of transportation across the board. It will fuel inflation, penalize the poor, particularly the rural dweller and add to the high cost of doing business in Fiji.

This so-called green tax on fossil fuel, ostensibly to encourage the use of bio and non-fossil fuels, is highly premature as alternatives for motor spirits are simply not available. In actual fact, it appears to be just an excuse to raise extra revenue for a cash-strapped regime.

Indeed, a critical look at Budget 2013 reveals that the regime has serious cash flow problems. It is now at a precarious stage where it is forced to borrow heavily and sell its assets to stay afloat.

The sale of its overseas mission properties to the Fiji National Provident Fund is a case in point. The buy-out by the Fund of the State’s off-shore properties which would then be leased back to the State, smells a rat, as does the proposed sale of FINTEL shares to ATH which is 58% owned by FNPF.

It is clear that the cash-strapped regime is bent on milking the FNPF dry. The outlay by FNPF of a further $150 million to complete the failed Momi Bay project will add substantially to the already massive write down of the Fund’s assets following the completion of the Natadola resort.

Who will oversight these deals on behalf of the Fund’s members to see they are not short-changed to rescue a bankrupt treasury?

Equally worrying is the projected budget deficit for 2013 at 2.8% of the GDP. Viewed against Fiji’s mounting debt crisis, standing at $4 billion, (75% of the GDP including its contingent liabilities), the regime’s decision to borrow substantially next year for its capital works programmes is irresponsible and unsustainable.

At the same time, one must regard with caution ambitious promises contained in Budget 2013 such as the $722m earmarked for capital works of which $422m is for roads and bridges.

Indeed, an informed analysis of the regime’s past budgets will show a huge deficit between what is promised and what is actually delivered. On an average, over 60% of the projects announced in its capital budgets in the past years have remained unexecuted.

This is why the regime refuses to publish the annual statements of government accounts and finances for public scrutiny. It is just a paper budget aimed at vote buying.

Relief for the poor?

The vote buying aspect of Budget 2013 is indisputable. The regime’s sudden out pouring of compassion for the poor and other social justice measures in Budget 2013, need to be weighed against its insensitive policies to date which show no real commitment to the plight of the underprivileged in society. For instance:

Anonymous said...

part -2 FLP statement

• The 10% minimum wage provision for civil servants and the 10% salary increase to the unestablished sector: conflicts with the numerous deferments and cuts in the past to Wages Council-awarded pay increases for poorly paid unorganised workers in the private sector;

• The State pension scheme for those over 70 which is definitely a theft from the Fiji Labour Party manifesto as are a few other policy measures: clearly conflicts with the regime’s approval for the 50% slash to FNPF pensions rates which has sent 90% of its elderly pensioners into acute financial distress; as well as its decision to withdraw social welfare allowances from 3000 needy recipients who have no other means of support;

• The reduction in income taxes need to be offset against a whole series of indirect taxes such as increased duty on food and everyday consumer items which shift the tax burden to the poor who can ill afford to pay for the ever-rising cost of living;

• Duty removal on smart phones and imported vegetables, both of which are luxury items enjoyed by the rich: is in gross conflict with the 10% duty slapped on imported liquid milk and other milk products such as milk powder and cheese. Liquid and powdered milk are food staples which are already over-priced.

This is a grossly insensitive move that will put these essential staples virtually out of the reach of the poor in a country which produces barely 20% of its milk consumption; and where malnutrition among children is a serious concern.

• The 5% reduction in electricity rates is welcomed but is not enough to restore to low income earners the benefits they were robbed of by the Commerce Commission and the regime in the FEA tariff restructuring exercise last year. The lifeline tariff in existence prior to the restructure, should be reinstated to assist the poor.

Budget 2013 leaves a whole lot of other pressing questions unanswered such as:

• Is AIR PACIFIC meeting its debt repayment obligations to FNPF?

• Is FBC paying off its debt of $22m to. FDB and if so where is the money coming from seeing that it receives a government subsidy to the tune of $300,000 a month to stay afloat?

• How much are the Prime Minister and his Cabinet ministers paid and by whom?

• Why is the Mahogany industry in dire straits? Will it have a similar fate to that of the sugar industry.

All in all, this Budget is a bundle of contradictions. It is rooted in bad policy advice. IT WILL :

• fuel inflation
• deter investment
• erode business confidence
• penalise the poor
• destabilise State finances





tattifala said...

the gang in fiji ruling by decree must be bent-over in prayer to thank God Allah Kalougata Lord Krisna that they are not imposing their rule by decree in egypt...

Anonymous said...

Sorry casino supporters there just isn't the whiff of reality about the Claunch proposal.

Sitiveni said...

THERE are many goodies for people in the 2013 National Budget.

It has a major focus on social protection, poverty alleviation, better roads, water purification and skills development.

Apart from these, some other major areas are affordable housing, a raise in the tax threshold which means better take home pay, improved education and health services.

Not to forget, the price of electricity will also reduce by five cents a unit across all tariff bands from January 1, 2013.

The Consumer Council of Fiji believes it is a budget that focuses on how people of this country become self-sufficient and come out of the poverty line.

"Another good thing is that pension will be given to those 70 years and above who have no source of income or pension or who haven't been in any superannuation scheme," said council's chief executive officer Premila Kumar.

"This is the first time that government has given pension to people in that age group and it will bring self-esteem in the pensioners," Mrs Kumar said.

"They won't have to stretch their hand out in front of others for money for some small things they may want to buy or for other needs.

"For all consumers, the good news is the five cents a unit reduction in electricity charges as they will be able to save money," she said.

Mrs Kumar said gains were more in the social welfare protection scheme.

She said low-income earners would also take home a better pay packet because of the raise in the tax threshold to $16,000.

"When you look at the 2012 Budget, it focused on a certain group of workers and areas.

"But in this budget, consumers will have surplus and this is where prudential management of funds comes in.

"It doesn't mean that if you take home more pay, that you should do reckless spending.

"Most consumers don't save, they take loans to keep things rolling and are doing the hand-to-mouth thing now.

"With this 2013 Budget focusing on people, consumers should start saving now and you can only do that if you manage your money well," said Mrs Kumar.

In concluding the 2013 Budget address last Thursday, Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said, "it is a budget that improves the lot of all Fijians."





SEMI MEO said...

Ok…ok…let’s leave the “muamuri” and “ salulu” balls of these nameless cowards in this esteemed column aside.

.lets, for once; be objective and delve on reason and NOT spews to nothingness!!

We are amazed that all of a sudden…all of a sudden within the last 6 only years all blame…all blame of Fiji’s economic, Social degradation and moral decline is now purported by some “mona” and “bolo salulu” as solely and absolutely the fault of this Rear Admiral and his cohorts!!


Of course..to deduce that we the 99.99% of the Fiji Citizens have been blind since the deed of cession, up to independence, up to the thieving Alliance days, Labour nepotic days, right through the Aiyuz rigmarole days is not only a grand insult but dubious denial in the highest…uh…lowest of the lowest order!!


Fiji’s social and economic existence and what ever mortal accountability left has probably been brutalised, bastardised and prostituted since Cession!!!!!!!!


This regime probably just put cream on the blooming pie that has been baking in the oven …uh...bosom of Fiji style racism, economic dwarfism of the "i taukei" …now that same stinking pie is cooked!!... and smack bang on all our faces…

..well that is if we manage to unmask the faces of these nameless and faceless cyber dogs growling in the esteemed column!


To my fellow 99.99% sane patriots…let’s keep focusing on the 2014 elections!!...vinaka…

Vutuki Meo said...

@Meo, Rt Mara and his Alliance Party won for Fiji access to European Markets through the LOME Convention etc etc.
You have no idea how much the Alliance Party helped this country so please don't try and confuse us with your bullshit.

Go back and learn your history.

Bainimarama is to blame for the mess the Sugar Industry is in right now. No one else is to blame but himself.

Anonymous said...

Tattifala@12:43pm...apparently the tattismell is effecting your observation? Bai knows how to plant
sugar canes, we did it when we were
very young, helping our Grand Father in our village Teitei or subsistant Garden plots.
When we grewup,we did the same in our Father and later in life in our very own-Teitei?
So please first learn our culture, before throwing around your tatti,to make yourself
looks like a foreign shit?
Bai is a good pick for Chairman,cause
they-the sugar producing country,knows that you can push this man?
Cause he's liable to snap
back at you,and he's trying to take
Fiji Sugar on an independent road,
and refused to be dependent on
Britain,Europe and others, for borrowed Money to plant sugar and
sell the products at ass-kisser
price? Maybe the look to China may
pay-off in the long run?Seems to
me that the democratic world, are
slowly&surely opening up their doors to our Prime Minister and his
interim Government? How Come????

Vutuki Meo said...

@Anonymous 1:42
Your ramblings show how uneducated you are.
1)First of all China is not going to pay your debt. They will push you into more debt then they will take your sugar for FREE!.
2)Secondly it is truism in life that if you can't look after the little things, then you won't be able to look after the big things. Vuaka can't even look after Fiji Sugar. It's making huge losses in millions of dollars.
So how can he make ISO successful? Will never happen.
3)Other governments opening up to Bainimarama....that is because they prefer to take the easy way out, even if it is wrong.

The same countries will accept with open arms when Fiji becomes a Muslim country.
This is true.
So don't even think its Vuaka's expertise. No. It's the other countries this is how they behave.
So don't be surprised if the Muslims take over your village and tei tavioka and the world welcomes them with open arms.

And you will be still there asking stupid questions!

Anonymous said...

Anon@1.42. Did you lick his ass when you were in the cane field? Bet you did because your ramblings indicate your mouth is still infected.

Anonymous said...

World sugar prices, notoriously volatile, have been high for a considerable time now, and the EU's guaranteed price has been higher than the markets. Plus Fiji has benefitted with its "fair trade" sugar which fetches even higher prices. So much for this ridiculous claptrap about an "ass kisser price"! Yet, because of Bainimarama's unwillingness to accept any accountability or curbs on his personal power -- what Anonymous 1:42 PM naively calls an 'independent road' -- causing the loss of the EU sugar money, and his gross ineptitude, mismanagement and neglect, Fiji's sugar industry is in collapse during the very period world prices have been spiking.

Nameless Cyber Bully said...

Semi Meo, what is to look forward to in the 2014 elections? It's already clear they will be a sham if they're held at all. Stop blowing smoke up everyone's ass. And if that's how you really feel, then stop ducking me. Accept my challenge. Free and fair elections -- I go. No free and fear elections, you go. Put your future blogging on the line, and I'll do the same.

SEMI MEO said...

@Nameless Cyber Bully of November 28, 2012 5:06 PM...

...mmmm..sooo...how do you..blow smoke up people behind?..

Goodness!...get your stinking mouth up here, man!!..oh boy...some people!!....phew!!

Anonymous said...

Semi you're still dodging the question posed to you before, why did you run away from Fiji? It's a simple question, and if you can't answer it, it means your brain is deteriorating to emptiness.

Anonymous said...

tattifala@3:30pm@4:50pm@4:58pm...
you're sounding more&more like the Master speaking to his slaves?" Ok
people i'm the only man that can
gives you a better life"?Follow my
direction and i will make sure that
you'll never be Hungery again, but in the meantime, he feeds the slaves
with "left-over" and "crumps" off his table? Hey tattifala hopefully
you're not one of them old SLAVE
DRIVERS OR SLAVES OVERSEER? Cause
you're begining to sound more&more
like a slavery advocator? I'm begining to think that you own this
4.5 website-why? cause they're
pretty fast in printing your shit,
but never from the opposite views?

Anonymous said...

Qori. So Bainimarama is now chairman. What next?

Chairman of international sugar, chairman of the G77 Plus China, Chair of the EU-ACP.

Where is the isolation you guys keep talking about?

Anonymous said...

Anon@12:47PM...Great question, But

Lets ask tattifala.Vutuki Meo,cyber bully etc to answer your question? They're the smart falas' in here?

Nameless Cyber Bully said...

When have I ever talked about Fiji's "isolation"? I challenge you to find a single time.

While you're checking the record, count how many times Semi Meo has advocated that we do nothing but wait for the elections in 2014, and then count how many times he's ducked my challenge to stake his future blogging on that claim. I see he's doing it yet again in this column.

What a pussy, Meow!

As for the question of what next for Bainimarama -- international sugar chair, G77 chair, EU-ACP chair, etc., then the answer is simple:

the ELECTRIC chair, with any justice.

SEMI MEO said...

Fiji’s redemption is near...we the 99.99% Fiji Citizen shall over come...

However, we have no control over the few nameless and faceless cyber thugs who sneak in and out of this highly esteemed column...poo, spew and leave..but we really pity not them, but their respective partners and lovely children who come running up for a hug and kiss..if...if they only knew that they are hugging a coward whose same lips they kiss curses…


....only if these cyber cowards relatives knew that the detrimental effect of their partner, mom and dad’s profane languages and curses in this column will surely one day..even as early as today hit them...purely, because their cowardly partner, dad or mum have wilfully rendered the whole family vulnerable to the very curse and profanity they spew…oh , my God!!...even if the rest of us wills…no way could we reverse the curse…for only these cyber cowards have the key!


..where were we…oh…yes…we the brave 99.99% Fiji Citizen..let’s keep focusing on the 2014 election!...oh by the way…the only purest of elections was done by Jesus himself with he elected his 12 Cabinet members…all else through the generation are in some way or the other tainted..


Who’s looking for a fair election?…any one??...then euthanize and gone yonder for your dream election!.


..no…no…God forbid…kid still need a mum or dad..or may be us the 99.99% could do a better job being a hubby or parent with out the profanity, curses and cowardice…

SEMI MEO said...

Fiji’s redemption is near...we the 99.99% Fiji Citizens shall over come...

However, we have no control over the few nameless and faceless cyber thugs who sneak in and out of this highly esteemed column...poo, spew and leave..but we really pity not them, but their respective partners and lovely children who come running up for a hug and kiss..if...if they only knew that they are hugging a coward whose same lips they kiss curses…


....only if these cyber cowards relatives knew that the detrimental effect of their partner, mom and dad’s profane languages and curses in this column will surely one day..even as early as today hit them...purely, because their cowardly partner, dad or mum have wilfully rendered the whole family vulnerable to the very curse and profanity they spew…oh , my God!!...even if the rest of us wills…no way could we reverse the curse…for only these cyber cowards have the key!


..where were we…oh…yes…we the brave 99.99% Fiji Citizen..let’s keep focusing on the 2014 election!...oh by the way…the only purest of elections was done by Jesus himself with he elected his 12 Cabinet members…all else through the generation are in some way or the other tainted..


Who’s looking for a fair election?…any one??...then euthanize and gone yonder for your dream election!.


..no…no…God forbid…kid still need a mum or dad..or may be us the 99.99% could do a better job being a hubby or parent with out the profanity, curses and cowardice…

Anonymous said...

No more profanity? I agree wholeheartedly. So I'm going to adopt Semi Meo's terminology, as in "Semi Meo, eat poo-poo."

Anonymous said...

Semi, you're the coward because you ran away from Fiji. So many times you have been asked the question about why you ran away from Fiji but you refused to answer. I wonder why.

Anonymous said...

Why why why are they stil picking baini as chairman for anything

Illegal government, illegal leader

Shoot the whole lot of them

Anonymous said...

Semi, contrary to the '99.9 percent of Fijians' you're always claiming, you seem to be the only one dreaming of the elections in 2014. The rest of us know that Bainivuaka won't let them be meaningful, if he allows them to be held at all.

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