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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Extent of surveillance on Fiji citizens revealed


Coupfourpointfive reveals for the first time tonight the names of individuals in Fiji who are under constant police and military surveillance. 

More than 80 indiviuals, referred in the Fiji Police Force reports as 'subjects', are on the list of people the Bainimarama government insist be constantly monitored.

The information we've obtained shows surveillance from January 2012 to August 2012. Our sources confirm the surveillance of these individuals continues.

The report is compiled by the National Intelligence Bureau of the Fiji Police Force and is forwarded to the commissioner of police, the illegal president, the illegal prime minister and the illegal defence  minister.

Interestingly, the first lady, Adi Koila Nailatikau, is also on the list - along with Nezbat Hazelman, a regime supporter and the current executive officer of Fiji Employers Federation.

Some details are so to the point that it's likely police and intelligence officers may have infiltrated certain political parties or have informants in these entities.

It is also a known fact the Fiji Police Forces' Intelligence Division pays money to obtain information.















124 comments:

  1. I had said in one of my postings that Fiji had become an Orwellian style surveillance society. that was on the basis of my experience of the shift in the character of fiji society following the Bainmarama coup. you just felt you were being watched by State operatives and their informants. this shift has become very widespread under the Bainimarama dictatorship. I am not at all surprised to see this Police list of people under constant surveillance. the Police like every other institution of government is doing the military rulers biddings

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  2. This form of “snoopy” operative is NOT new at all. Why don’t we look into all Special Branch files from 1970!!..Most in those alleged to be in this present list may already have file under their respective names.

    Unless of course, some one created a brilliant template with a bit “personal “ info to pretend the existence of doc….

    Or just brilliant investigative jorno by this highly esteemed C4.5 column!!

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  3. It merely confirms that police are wasting time and resources on functions that are outside their core roles.

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  4. This proves Frank and Aiyaz are insecure , afraid and don't have enough support within Fiji to sustain their illegal coup d'etat.

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  5. so many muslims on the list of people under police and military surveillance. that's clear evidence the muslims are the main opponents of the Bainimarama regime!!

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  6. Felix Anthony is missing from this list - is he a Government spy?

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  7. Thank you for this. This is the known list, we are pretty sure that there are lists still hidden in the woodworks.

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  8. So what is wrong if the government keeps a surverliance on people?
    every sensible govt in the world does it.The world leaders keep surveliance of other countries.It's how it works.There is nothing wrong on keeping an eye on individuals.The govt should be well informed of what is going on.

    Dharam Lingam

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  9. How about Rajesh Singh!!

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  10. fijian live under watchful eyes of army and police thugs.
    shame on the regime
    who promised freedom , democracy and good accountable govt in 2006.
    great con artist fiji ever had.
    shame on them.
    keep the fight on for freedom.

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  11. tattifala you are right about Fiji turning into Orwellian style surveillance society. However I think it's more like "Animal Farm" after seeing the new bank notes! No one has the guts to remember the past hero's of this nation!

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  12. Can I see the rest of the list? I want to know if I am on it!

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  13. Total breach of national security. sack the compol and his ball sucker Ravi.

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  14. Thank you c4.5 for yet again confirming the illegal acts of this illegal government

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  15. two contrasting worldviews : Anonymous 7.26AM for Freedom and Dharam Lingam for Fascism.
    Not surprising that as a supporter of the fascist state dharam lingam's name does not appear on the under surveillance list. he could very well be one of the regime golis doing the surveillance for the regime. he has that skunk smell all over him. even my tatti smells better!

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  16. Some names are a surprise ... Tupou Draunidalo, Sharon Baghwan Rolls to name a few. I'm suremany of these people work hard to show they're no threat to the regime but the regime seems determined to single them out.

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  17. @ Semi Meo
    I can tell you for a fact that what's happening now does not compare at all with the Special Branch surveillance of the 1970s. That was surveillance under the rule of law in a democracy. At any given time a handful of trade unionists and academics and student leaders and ngo (ban the bomb) gang would come under SB watch. Today in Bainimarama's military dictatorship with no rule of law every citizen who is thought to be an opponent of the ILLEGAL regime is under surveillance and his or her rights are abused with impunity. No Semi don't try to play down the pervasive and intrusive nature of this regime's abuse of citizen's rights and freedoms.

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  18. Have not heard of Dildhar Shah of Suva market, Rajend Naruna, Semisi Nasike, Iliesa Duvuloco, Kuina Lutua, Saula Telewa and a host of others...Sounds like these are ordinary citizens going about their biz.

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  19. Afraid of their own Shadows!!! lol!!!!

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  20. Who is the frequent flying Mecca facer trying to muscle in on a Kings Cross nitespot? Watch this space for the highly unholy Islamic answer.

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  21. @ Just saying
    precisely my point. in the old Special Branch surveillance a few potential state "subverts" were under watch. but now every citizen who is openly not with THEM (the military thugs in power)are perceived to be against them and are therefore on their radar as anti-government people. it's a truly shameful state of affairs that Fiji should degenerate to this. And it's being done by people who claimed they were taking over to build a better Fiji and true democracy. It's a tatti claim. all phony.

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  22. Dildhar shah the former big shot bloke strutting about as a PSC top brass and now a market vendor would find it hard to kill a fly with a rolled copy of that shitty newspaper Fiji Sun leave alone posing a threat to the bainimarama military dictatorship. just shows how cranky the ILLEGAL regime has become.

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  23. anyone caught using a rolled copy of the shitty newspaper Fiji Sun to whack a fly or a cockroach will come under surveillance for showing disrespect for the regime mouthpiece newspaper! so citizens be warned.

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  24. Explosive stuff! And so interesting and scary for those whoose names are on the list, imagine being monitored all the time - no privacy at all. I'm just glad my name is not on this list

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  25. Dharam Lingus, most countries don't put their own First Lady under police surveillance.

    I see Ratu Epeli Ganilau is also on the list. How glad he now must be that he worked with the Russians to give Fiji a new intel service! He's now on its surveillance list.

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  26. this new constitution should be open to the making of more constitutions in the future by future generations of fijians (with expatraiate consultants of course). Professor yash ghai the expatraite consultant for the new constitution currently being made has shared this profound wisdom with the people of fiji and the military junta that hired him.
    before another constitution is contemplated down the line prof ghai should return every year to hold workshops on the constitution he is designing and be paid handsomely of course.

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  27. Rajesh Singh and Mara are on Frank hit list to kill them on arrival at Nadi Airport.

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  28. Traitors who work for the regime, surveillance can go both ways. Our close monitoring of you continues.

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  29. Just goes to show how afraid they are. No good this kind...and they think they can take us to elections with this going on behind the scenes! Who is safe from their evil system?

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  30. All signs of a better fiji and true democracy coming up and ghai's constitution to help deliver it.
    sapna dekhte raho goli pakar ke!!

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  31. Hare?..bhaut “tati..fala” hae! ..are you related to the Tahitian prince who “borrowed” 16 Million dollars from Qld health??..you, should definitely be in the “snoopy” list!
    Come on, lets not be too naive to be duped to believe that all democratically elected Government of Fiji were righteously pure…nur…nhahi ‘tati..fala”!!
    In the guise of national security, successive Government kept files of “political opponents” and those with in the, Civil society, PCS or even Cabinet, MP ranks that are under suspicion for any inkling of policy or political deviancy.
    All we wanna know is where are those “old” files????? Those!!.. may be a much larger can of worms than this kindergarten list the Rear Admiral is alleged to be keeping a tag on….you know!, like previous Government Tenders, generous FDB loans and FDB loan right offs, NBF foreign money transfer trail hunt “terminated”, infidelity amongst the elite Cabinet, MP and probably some shady investigation of probable murder, the scrutiny of all former PM, Deputy PM for actions or inaction after reliably briefed by then Army Intelligence and SB etc ,etc, etc
    Where are those blooming files??????...oh…uh… ammunition for the campaign trail in 2014??
    That is the reason we’re advocating full immunity and amnesty not only from 1987, but retrospective to 1968 before the first London trip by our former leaders!
    Otherwise the deeds and records of our dark past will keep propping their ugly “tati” stinking heads up..just when we and the new generation of Fijians think all is well !
    ..still have not answered if you are a descendant of the Tahitian Chief!

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  32. Regime has a mole in the NFP, wonder who could it be? Also informers at USP, although USP top brass from VC Rajesh Chandra down are all coup supporters and Bainimarama arse lickers.

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  33. Edward Carpenter says...no biggie...normal for any Government to monitor persons of interest. Surveillance report reflects poor intelligence, surveillance and monitoring methods. Good game to play hide and seek

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  34. What a waste of time....rather then putting surveillance on these people, can the police do a better job like involving in training themselves to look fit. They are so obese that it needs an exercise....these monitored citizens are doing about there daily biz and moving on with life...Fiji police.....sivia na masipolo.......

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  35. C4.5 thank you for your public service to the people of fiji by revealing the extent of surveillance on them by the military junta. but this is like someone above has observed just the tip of the ice berg. it does not include the surveillance by phone tapping for instance. it does not include all the military men overlapping as taxi drivers fishing for anti-regime comments from naive passengers!! and the list can go on...

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  36. Just think of the money being spent on this futile exercise. Money that could've been well spent elsewhere, where it is most needed....just my five cents worth and sorry can't say two cents because we have none!

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  37. Dharam jao karo garam appun limgam.
    you are an idiot par excellent!

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  38. spying on citizens to cower them into submitting to the diktats of the state was the way of totalitarian regimes. I thought Fiji was being steered towards "true democracy". Ok if this regime is not doing anything particularly different from past ones why is it making claims of building at "new Fiji"? semi meo can you ponder on this without working yourself into a mental state?

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  39. surveillance in the coup regime includes the thought police operating at USP . no intellectual criticism of the regime can now be made openly because the VC and deputy are regime lackeys and there are many other pro-regime academics at USP all too ready to provide"intellectual"justification for the coup and the post coup military junta. they are an anathema to academic independence and academic freedom.

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  40. Semi Meo, maybe the reason you want to grant full mmunity and amnesty to these traitors is because the files will show you are one yourself.

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  41. Some people on this blog have not heard of Duvuloco and Saula Telawa,,,,,,obviously just born yesterday so should get out of c4.5 as this blog for adults only with at least some brains.

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  42. to tattifala
    it seems that you live by your name "tattifala".It really suits you for the kind of comments you put in here..there is nothing constructive comng from you,so i suggest you eat your tatti and rest at home.Oh another thing Tattifala,i dont work for the Fijian govt but could gladly do so because this govt is working for the people.
    It is the in thing for govts to do.Like i said before govts. all around the world keep a close eye on their citizens.
    Good job.
    Dharam Lingam

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  43. All subjects are "political".

    Underlining the reality that Fiji is indeed a Police state where political activitists/ political oponents of the regime and its policies are being systematically spied upon.

    Well done Bob Carr.

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  44. Edward Carpenter says to Tatifala....what time zone do you live in....Spies have always existed since the beginning of time because people just cant trust each other. They have been there during the Colonial Government, worse during Rabuka Government and even during LQ Government. Legal or illegal every Government have their own spies. LQ failed to act on the intelligence reports he received knowing Franks intention to remove him. Hughes the Police Commissioner also failed on this regard. Special Branch attended every political meeting and every Union meeting and had a file on every activist. The Army intelligence always had their own. The list submitted by 4.5 is so old RUM is already in Tonga.

    @ Semi Meo....NO TO IMMUNITY AND AMNESTY....Why should Imunity and Amnesty be given when it has already been taken. You dont make any sense at all.

    People must pay for the crimes they have committed. Frank and his stooges violated peoples rights and people in Fiji today live in a Dictatorship and unfortunately the people of Fiji continue to allow it to happen.

    All it takes for evil to flourish is good men to stand by and do nothing.

    EVIL GROWS IN FIJI.
    We stood by and did nothing allowing immunity and amnesty in 1987 and the evil that transpired in 2000 coup was shocking. It should have been eradicated than but we stood by and did nothing and again it has jumped up in 2006. The next one will be so explosive that the rivers and seas of Fiji will be awash with blood.

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  45. Phew! "tattifalla"..if your name could be lumped then your did “ELEVEN” piles of “ tatti” in this topic alone!! around this highly deodorised C4.5 blog....” working yourself into a mental state?"..are you??


    Anon of December 13, 2012 1:23 PM…of course we are in the list…did you hide that armour cage at that reef outside…eh…sorry, speaking to the wrong falla.

    Well, now they’re gonna check all the isolated reefs long the maritime routes and dubious marine vessels…..lol…lol…lol…let’s stop all this “snoopy” mai au “snoopy” yani….why not we try “kisi mai au kisi yani…qori!

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  46. Was Duvuloco jailed after the 2000
    coup? I suppose if he wasn't arrested and jailed than the man could still established a political party and he himself,can
    run for Parliament too?
    Wonder why Bai hasn't set up his own party yet? Is he planing to join whichever party that seems to be popular to the public? Duvuloco
    should just come out and call his party The Fijian Nationalist Party
    dicktator cannot close it down since everyone are Fijian and lets get everyone to join?

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  47. The surveillance list should also include all members of the current regime in order to monitor their illegal activities.

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  48. Not only people on this list are being monitored. Everybody in Fiji with landline phones & mobiles are being monitored becuse you have to be registered and given an identity so beware. This is Gestapo & communist type of operation but only happens in the "Friendly" Islands of Fiji. Simply because of insecurity By Vore & his brother Aiarse

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  49. boy ,,,,what a bunch of perverts spying on shamima ali and her kai viti ovisa,,,,

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  50. shame on the police .they should have protected the legal govt not illegal govt.
    madua
    spy on the the regime for stealing democracy/tax payers money from fiji people.

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  51. @ Anonymous 5.09 PM
    yours is a sound understanding of this Police state style "monitoring" of citizens by the Bainimarama regime
    and the human rights violation that entails.
    by contrast dharam limgam shows a shitty understanding of the danger this State spying poses to an open society. but that's to be expected of a shithead.

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  52. @Anonymous 2.56 PM
    a good grasp of the issue . dharam limgam should copy your posting in his own handwriting 100 times so that it could get into his blockhead.

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  53. Khaaskabre........

    Govt is now planning to withdraw vehicle lease agreement with AscoMotors from early next year due to high cost of leases......
    watch this space for more...

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  54. @ Tattifala

    Not SB's job to do surveillance on politicals, unless there are grave considerations directly involving national security.

    Surveillance can be 24 hours, 7 days a week or it can be for a limited specific time frame, say 2 days a week or 1 day on 1 day off. There are options on the type of surveillance done, and it depends on the considerations involved.

    Under normal conditions (where there is a Parliament) a 24/7 surveillance cannot be done without the authorisation of the Minister for Home Affairs after due consultation and advise from the National Security Council on the threat assessment (to the State) and risk factors (to the State) relating to that person/group and his/her/their activities.

    Such an approval can only be given after the Prime Minister has been appraised of the situation.

    A 24/7 surveillance is the highest level. It is close surveillance. It is seldom used.

    What these details reveal is the misuse of State security agencies to conduct surveillance on political opponents (perceived or otherwise) of the Government in power, not necessarily persons who are national security threats to the State.

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  55. What's all this about no electronic voting in 2014? Me no understand what this regime try to do. Please help me someone?

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  56. Editor - Please can you stop editing out my question - why is Felix Anthony not on this list?

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  57. Funny story, but true. Good family friend got in the car at home one morning and we are used to having the white twin cab park just beyond the gate. They think they are out of sight because they can't see us but from the verandah we can see them.

    He was supposed to take me and nephew shopping at the market but when we got in Princes Rd, he turned towards Sawani, so I asked him where he was taking us. He said lets go to Nausori market for a change so we went along talking about everything and nothing. My nephew ekpt saying they are still following us.

    After shopping on our way home as we passed the ACS turn off, my friend pulled in to the gas station and filled up his tank. To me it looked like it was 3/4 full but we all kept chatting and my nephew went to piss at the back of the service station and he said they were looking at him with binos until he turned the corner behind the house.

    Car full tank now and my friend pulls out but insted of heading up the hill he turns back to Nausori and I said did you firget something. He said no and said he was aimless but wanted to have some fun so we just went along for the ride. We went back crossed the EU bridge and headed towards Nakelo then the rough road to Daku and kept on going but from the long way around from the Vunivaivai end, nack to Wainibokasi and then back to Nakelo. After the dust cleared as we turned to come back we passed the twin cab now parked on the side of the road completely our of gas, and they had the temerity to try and wave us down. We all just waved back with our middle fingers and that was what i did last Saturday.

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  58. So, Semi Meo, you admit you're a traitor! Finally, a true statement from you.

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  59. To Tattifala
    I do laugh at your comments,on one hand you talk about democracy and freedom of speech and on the other when i do express my views you attack me on personal levels.No wonder you are a tattifala.

    Dharam Lingam

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  60. To Tattifala

    Semi Meo is right about you,you surely are drooping your piles of tatti ll over the blog site...I think the military probably screwed you real hard that' why you are still tatting all over.

    Dharam Lingam

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  61. List of Fijians under police surveillance surfaces
    Updated 13 December 2012, 18:39 AEST

    A list of Fiji citizens allegedly under surveillance by the National Intelligence Bureau of the Fiji Police Force has been published on an anti-government blog.
    List of Fijians under police surveillance surfaces (Credit: ABC)

    Coup Four Point Five has posted a document showing more than 80 people were under some form of official surveillance from January til August this year.

    The list includes the leaders of political parties, trade unionists, NGO figures and many others.

    One of those named, Shamima Ali, a well known NGO leader, is critical of the coup installed interim government for having such a pervasive system of surveillance, but has also hit out at Coup Four Point Five for publishing the report in full, including often sensitive personal information.

    She says the document appears to be genuine.Pacific Beat approached the Fiji government for comment, but they declined the opportunity.

    Presenter: Bruce Hill

    Speaker: Shamima Ali, a prominent Fiji NGO leader
    http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/radio/program/pacific-beat/list-of-fijians-under-police-surveillance-surfaces/1060586

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  62. Sa tobo o Koila. Serves you right. Your personal attacks on Alisi are laughable, and reflects yours and your cronies' level of intelligence, to stoop so low. If you're argued on the issue I would have been enlightened. Attacking her mentally ill son and now onto her husband is pure shame. Unlike you, she does not hide mental health, she champions and helps families. Why don't you learn from that and support yours? We of the colo and the west support what she is doing. Breaking down the evil structures sa mai vesuki keda tu na iTaukei. Dou kua talega ni dau vosa vakalialia, e dua na i sema kaukauwa sara vakaweikani e drodrova tu na nona dra na marama oqo - e sokova na waitui, kina na colo, oti qai lade sara vei Lutunasobasoba vata kei Degei. The 'vanua' does have eyes!

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  63. @ funni story 11.16, Good on ya for showing them the friendly fijian wave. hehe.

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  64. @ dharam limgum
    you naughtie boy!
    now go to the corner, face the wall and repeat to yourself I will try not to talk tatti on C4.5 the intelligent peoples' public forum blog.

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  65. @ dharam limgum
    you are very lucky boy I am only attacking you "on personal levels" on the C4.5 blog. if I get my hands on you I would give you a good illegal whack on the back of your head. and that would be perfectly ok because you subscribe to the view that it's ok to do things illegally! that's why you support everything the illegal regime does. you are a pathetic idiot.that's what you are.

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  66. Leaked sex tape rolls Chinese government official
    Updated 30 November 2012, 22:10 AEST

    A Communist Party official in south-west China has been sacked after apparently featuring in a sex video.
    Leaked sex tape rolls Chinese government official (Credit: ABC)

    The video was exposed by microbloggers, with pictures being posted on the Chinese Twitter-like web service, Weibo.

    The case highlights the growing influence of China's social media in pursuing local officials, and as Del Irani reports, it comes at a time when the Communist Party's new leaders have vowed to continue the work of their predecessors by stamping out corruption.



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  67. Correspondent: Del Irani

    Speakers: Zhu Ruifeng, anti-corruption activist; Jeremy Goldkorn, founder; Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney.

    IRANI: It's a tale of sex, bribery and blackmail. And at the centre of it all is a former Chongqing district party chief, Lei Zhengfu.

    The 51-year old was, quite literally, caught with his pants down, after a secretly-filmed video of him having sex with a 18-year old mistress, was uploaded online.

    The video was made 5 years ago, when former Chongqing chief Bo Xilai was still in power , but like Mr. Bo, the downfall of Mr. Li has been disgraceful.

    Anti-corruption activist, Zhu Ruifeng is the one who exposed the scandal.

    ZHU RUIFENG: "I published some pictures and part of my research (on Lei Zhengfu) in my blog. People like Ji Xuguang (a renowned journalist) re-posted it, and then it went viral on the internet."

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  68. Yes semi meo is a traitor, that's why he ran away from Fiji.

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  69. IRANI: It was this online reaction that ultimately led to Mr. Lui's downfall.

    Jeremy Goldkorn is the founder of a website and research firm that studies Chinese media and internet. He explains.

    GOLDKORN: Although it was a very short video or tape, it was fairly explicit. He looked, not particularly attractive, one could say. So just watching the video was something that people did in huge numbers right from the beginning and then you started to see people making jokes about it. So they were making jokes about the fact that he didn't have very much stamina in bed, people were making cartoons, they were photoshopping photos of him.

    IRANI: Mr. Lei was in charge of approving construction projects in the Beibei district of Chongqing.

    He was a wealthy man with a weakness for young women and so its believed this was part of a set-up.

    GOLDKORN: His enemies I suppose, real estate developers who wanted something from him that they couldn't get from bribe him decided to blackmail him so they set a bunch of mistresses upon him and got them to tape their activities and use this as leverage against him.

    IRANI: But if you think this sex scandal has shocked China, think again.

    GOLDKORN: I think many people sort of assume that once you get a certain amount of power in the system, one of the perks, I suppose is a mistress. Its slightly different from a sex scandal in a Western country in a way, because I think there is a widespread assumption that everyone in power is kind of engaging in this kind of activity and this just happens to be one sucker who got caught.

    IRANI: While the scandal may not have generated shock and awe, its timing is questionable.

    Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney explains.

    BROWN: I guess the striking thing about this is that there is plenty of documentary evidence about his mistresses and one mistress in particular, and now that he has been exposed, that has caught the press in China. And I suppose it captures the mood at the moment the leadership in Beijing, they explicitly said that corruption has got to be addressed. I suppose that is part of that campaign, that corruption has got to be addressed.

    SFX: China Congress Sounds

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  70. To all you people who have come here to rationalise the abusive conduct of the Bainimarama regime by saying every government in fiji has been doing the same let me put this matter of the spying on ciizens as plainly as I can : the extent of spying going on in Fiji today is UNPRECEDENTED in its history. Either you can get that or you can't!

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  71. There are 66 names on this published list. Have the rest of the names edited out? I would be interested in seeing the list in entirety.

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  72. How about we all join the Ali shamimi party?

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  73. Edward Carpenter says...it is no wonder that Weleilakeba had testified against LQ. The surveillance report lists him as a strong NFP supporter. T

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  74. Shiu Pal-clerk- of Suva was a well off man.Why is Legal Aid taking out his probate.??( see Fiji Sun Today--14-12 -12)---Can Sunil Sharma explain.?Why is my money being used for the rich?--poor are turned awy from Legal Aid .

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  75. to tattifala,
    you surely are living by your name,doing your tatti all over he blog.You are crying for democracy and yet if anyone opposes your views you get down and dirty on a personal level.a fucking hypocrite.Put in something contructive and i will respect your views otherwise i dont give a 'tatti' replying to 'tatties' like you.

    Dharam Lingam

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  76. NA LIST QO SA VAKARAITAKA TU GA NI RATOU VODOKA TIKO NA BASI NI TAVEUNI NA I LALA VEILIUTAKI TIKO QO.

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  77. The treacherous are ever distrustful.

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  78. If you want to break down evil structures and institutions holding back the vanua, then start with the most obvious of all, the RFMF.

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  79. As usual, some of you completely miss the point, or perhaps choose to ignore it.

    Of course, Dharam Lingus, governments all over the world keep an eye on their citizens. That's a truism.

    The difference is that most governments are looking out to prevent their lawless citizens from committing crimes, whilst in Fiji, the government is looking out to prevent its lawful citizens from upholding the laws.

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  80. I seriously hope Shamima Ali is kidding when she tells the media that "they're talking about what to do with C4.5 and the publishing of personal information".

    Quite frankly the greater public could not give a flying fig about details about her and her boyfriend which seems to be her main concern.

    The issue here is that innocent civilians are under surveillance with these kinds of details captured by the military regime for whatever ends. Ali should be grateful that she (and others) now know that they are under the spotlight of the pitiful intelligence attempts of the illegal and treasonous regime AND that the leaks from within are happening more regularly otherwise they would all be sitting ducks oblivious to the type of information about them being bandied around.

    C4.5 and the blogs are not the enemy here.

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  81. Can the idiotic so called "spies" actually get the spelling of their subjects names correct! What a bunch of loser dumbasses...wannabe FBI agents!

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  82. Agree with Keep The Faith, although I strongly believe that "The List" is much, much longer than that.

    There was some blogger here who said "Oh I'm so glad my name is not on the list."

    Haha, but that is exactly the kind of reaction the treasonous 'divide & rule' junta wants.. self-censorship or you'll be named and shamed! Please don't be so naive to think that's it.

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  83. European court of Human rights has ordered the British spy agency to pay $78000 in damages to Khaled el-Masri in a landmark decision for its role in this CIA rendition case ('Court finds Rights Violation in CIA Rendition Case' New york times 13/12)

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  84. Keep the Faith ... Isn't that just us at the moment? We brave to challenge the wrong people but okay to put up with the real evil in our midst. And this we been doing for 6 years.

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  85. So regime has known for some time Daniel Urai and Felix Anthony forming their own political party. Where is the leak?

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  86. Oh, thank God my name is not on the list, I can come home now! Yay!

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  87. This list is such a waste of time...these a well known regime busters...but there MANY others who they should really be looking at...& sad to say, they don't know where to look...

    But good luck with your surveillance and wasting tax payers money & govt resources...LOL!...

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  88. to tattifala
    if you really want to meet me,than leave me your phone number and i will call and lets meet.Let's see how illegal you can be and we shall take it from there.

    Long Live Bainimarama

    Dharam Lingam

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  89. This is it VB & Mataivalu Ni Solisona. The wrath of God will destroy you, your guns and all your supporters who will suffer as the almighty father shows his might and power.

    This is it people of Fiji God wants you to take back your freedom and democracy that was stolen from you on 5th December 2006.

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  90. You really can't blame the Fiji Police force for trying to act like
    the CIA? Have you seen the dark glasses etc,etc when they're tracking someone? Wow, NA VIAVIA
    CIA-NI YAVU BOCI!!!

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  91. Shamima Ali-pls stop attacking 4.5.It's doing an excellent job.As for your current partner--it's already public knowledge.-comment edited

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  92. @Dharam emptydrum Lingum, you say"i don' work for the Fijian govt but would gladly do so because this govt is working for the people".
    like hell it is the thugs in power are working for themselves. like making a constitution that saves their backside from facing treason charges.like Ali Baba Bainimarama giving himself $180,000 in "backpay" and his co-thieves having their hand in the govt kitty.(where is the auditor generals report to show accontability for the use of public money for the public good?)
    what's stopping you from working for the rogue regime if you would "gladly" like to work for them? don't be a fucking hypocrite be honest about your commitment go work for the rogue"govt".they need arseholes like you who sing their praise.perhaps even they wouldn't give you a job because you are such a dickhead!

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  93. Who is keeping watch on the illegal regime? How do we know they are clean and doing as they say? For all we know they could be more corrupt then previous legal government.

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  94. @Dec 14 2012 : 7.09am

    You take yourself, Alisi and her researches to the the bakava! And that wasn't Koila's post you referred to..... it was mine, you idiot. So much for the "vanua" having eyes!! Phark yourself!!! and leave Koila alone..... she wouldn't stoop to your level.... tsk tsk!!!
    Na da ga e dodo tiko!!! Drau pamu kei Alisi!

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  95. Dharam Lingam, you leave your phone number first. Two can play that game.

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  96. Dharam whatever, you're one asslicker. Give me your phone number and we meet for a chat moron.

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  97. Boy, vakaloloma na English!! Cala na spelling, na tense, na verb etc etc!! Very very amateur I must say!!

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  98. Reliable source from QEB has it that Driti's name has been taken off the watch list as he and Frank the Wanker have kissed and made up. Also the Wanker has ordered that the treason Court charges against Driti are to be dropped before Driti is given a lucrative Government job.

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  99. YOU ARE ALL IN THE LIST!!...EVEN YOUR IP ADDRESSES ARE NOTED THRU IT GURUS IN CHINA..

    ...SO LET ALL RELAX MADA AND ALL ENJOY LIST_ERINE.

    ..OH..AND GIVE SOME TO LADY S ALI!

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  100. Hopefully Frank and Aiyaz paranoia will drive them to develop bleeding malignant inoperable cancers.
    Check Mate!

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  101. So let all relax mad and all enjoy gunbarrel up the arse, the Semi Meo way.

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  102. Of course the illegal regime is more corrupt than the previous government! Any serious observer of Fijian politics or business can see that, as much as the regime tries to hide the fact through its control of the media and the justice system. The regime's suppression of the public auditor reports and its inability to tar Qarase with any wrongdoing from his time as PM are ample proof and just the top of a long list of evidences.

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  103. @ Dharam Lingum
    I have changed my mind. I have now decided to take an illegal shot at you under the belt. referee ponipate pundit has been bribed to ignore the illegal punch. all this illegal and bribery stuff is okay under the rogue regime you so"gladly" endorse. a shot in the balls might get your brain working properly!

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  104. Not one mention of cyclone Evans on Fiji Sun online. How sad.

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  105. Semi Meo how come your name isn't on the list? Remember you fled Fiji but we are still waiting to hear your answer about why you ran away from Fiji.

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  106. Shamima Ali you are very quickly loosing all the respect you had in community. Your social life seems to play better part of your demise and eroding your popularity.

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  107. anon @ 3.15 15.12...you are like tattifala,you guys must be eating tatti behind closed doors.

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  108. To Tattifala,you really got you heat in your tatti

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  109. According to the list, Jale and Duituraga departed Fiji on 29th December 2012 hahahahaha. Bainiceke and your boss Aiyarse should be ashamed of yourselves. Again it's just something to diverge people's attention away from the real issues.

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  110. Baini and the current regime should be congratulated for the planning and execution of disaster recovery plans.
    In the history of fij, no govt or PM did any any efficient work as being done by the current regime.
    They need all our support.
    Well done Baini and the team

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  111. Cyclone Evans is supposed to be battering the Fiji Islands at this time. Full brunt of the cyclone should be experienced in the Yasawas and Mamanucas if it continues on its path from last weather report.

    But all areas in Fiji should experience damaging winds and heavy flooding.

    If it intensifies to Cat 5 it will a very strong hurricane.

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  112. ANON@5:02PM...A smart ass is in the
    house!!!

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  113. can you believe it! I have changed my mind AGAIN!! Just like Bainimarama. I have now decided instead to kick Dharam Lingum on the shin with the steel toe safety boot I found in my junk collection. I have decided on a shin strike because only the military people have the exclusive right to kick citizens on the butt!

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  114. @ Anonymous 11.48AM
    I don't know what my fellow tattifalas have been eating behind closed doors I have just finished eating some prunes, mangoes, and guavas . just building up for my tatti assault on the regime lackeys.
    hehehehe!!!

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  115. one final statement with the permission of the C4.5 blog owner : the extent of surveillance on the citizens of Fiji is TOO MUCH considering that Fiji is an island paradise and all that.
    How come Fiji needs so much of surveillance by the State on its citizens?

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  116. Now it's making sense, semi Meo the traitor wants immunity so that he can be included. Ad somewhere he wants to 'help' out in the elections. Semi, you absconded for reasons you refused to divulge, and now you want to go back to Fiji? Stick to cleaning toilets mate because that's the only job you're good at.

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  117. Anon 15/12 @ 2.35 Tsk, tsk, tsk, dou sa qai tobo na kawa ni kana loto. How long was it - 92 years??

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  118. No wonder she is on the watch list


    Publicize all EOIs to the CA, calls the Fiji Women’s Forum

    Friday, 14 December 2012, 3:37 pm Press Release: femLINKPACIFIC

    December 14th, 2012

    PRESS RELEASE

    Publicize all EOIs to the CA, calls the Fiji Women’s Forum

    The Fiji Women’s Forum (FWF) says the call for Expressions Of Interest (EOIs) from the public for the Constituent Assembly (CA) by the state is a positive step to enhancing the participation of Fiji citizens in the democratization process.

    Responding to the advertisement published in the Fiji Sun newspaper on December 11th, 2012, femLINKPACIFIC’S Executive Director Sharon Bhagwan Rolls, a co-convenor of the Fiji Women’s Forum, said points made in the advertisement provide clarity on the expected roles of the CA members and also provides an avenue for the next stage of Fiji’s democratization process to involve a wide cross section of the community and if all groups submit names of individuals who fit the criteria and are accepted by the State as being significant representatives of a given community, then this would give legitimacy to the CA.

    The FWF is however, concerned that while the first ten points of the EOI is in line with international standards, the final point stating that “all EOIs will be treated with confidence,” by the State, is worrying:

    “The FWF believes that the public should be made aware of all names that are under consideration for the CA. This transparency will also ensure accountability to the public.”

    The FWF has unanimously endorsed 13 names for the CA. These names will be submitted to the Prime Minister’s Office next week.

    Bhagwan Rolls reiterates that the FWF will have no problem publishing the names of their candidates and calls on the other groups interested in being part of the CA to do the same.

    She reiterated that at a public lecture held last week, eminent constitutional expert, Professor Cheryl Saunders highlighted that “in the early 21st century, anybody claiming to act in the name of the people in adopting a Constitution must reflect the people as a whole”.

    The FWF reiterates that the principle of inclusion requires the involvement of women and men, ideally in the broadly equal proportions in which they are represented in society; of young as well as older people; of different ethnicities, where these are present in the state; of marginalized as well as more prominent social groups.



    Sharon Bhagwan-Rolls, Executive Director: FemLINKPacific (www.femlinkpacific.org.fj)

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  119. The New List for corrupting Fiji:
    Bainimarama & kawa
    Aiyaz Khaiyum & Kawa
    Mara & Kawa
    Chaudary & Kawa
    Ganilau & Kawa
    Teleni & Kawa
    All TF,Reserves & Current Fiji army & Kawa
    All those with military background in civil service position & kawa
    all those involved 2006 coup & kawa
    Thankur Singh & kawa

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  120. It sounds as though its time for some more catoons from me...Mr. Moderator...I have been sitting back & watching for a year now..& this is disappointing news... THE LAST run of them I produced & you used ...they did'nt like them at all...some members of my family in Fiji..were given a tap on the shoulder over them...You know who I am..

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  121. watever we cant beliv any shit from any1...let it flow..dont go aginst the flow..its the the Gods current moving and in control..his time is the perfect time and the rest will be clear!!!GB our leaders and Fiji..

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