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Monday, January 7, 2013

Fiji citizens fighting back on police monitoring

Ongoing police surveillance of citizens but is the worm turning?

Police visited the house of Rajendra Chaudhry, the Fiji lawyer and son of Fiji Labour Party leader, Mahendra Chaudhry, on Sunday and today the intimidation practice was outed on the widely-read Facebook.

A week ago, youth advocate Pita Waqavonovono, also revealed police were harassing him saying he had them at his home at 4am in the morning after he posted on Facebook that 'living in a military dictaroship sucks'.


Controversy under surveillance: Mining in Namosi
Chaudhry says the police were sent to his Suva home last night at 8pm by a special branch officer named Jese Malewa.



 "The goons spoke harshly and rudely to my house maid and she was scared but regained her composure. The goons apparently have orders to arrest and question me on my facebook postings. Some one is not happy. So we must all be doing the right thing eh friends? Lets keep on keeping on till we get democracy in Fiji. Nothing is too hard if we try."


He told Coupfourpointfive the regime seemed upset most about postings about the Constitution review and the hurricane relief funds.

It is the second time in two weeks police have reacted to his postings. 
 
Morris: falsely accused
Waqavonovono revealed police accused him of trying to lead an exodus of people out of Suva for New Year's after he posted he was going to another town to see in 2013.
"I refused to change anything, requested a warrant, told them to go away, and come back with proper papers and preferably at Godly hours."
It is widely known police and military officers monitor citizens and have a number on a regular watch list. But how reliable is their information?

A surveillance list by Fiji intelligence from late 2011 obtained by Coupfourpointfive said freelance journalist Ricardo Morris was seen posting banners against mining at Nasale Village in Widina, Naitasiri for the Social Empowerment and Educational Programme (SEEP) with another official on December 12 2012.

Morris told C4.5 and posted on Facebook last week that he has never been to Nasele, much less put up banners there with the SEEP officials named by police. He also noted, as did C4.5, that the date was 2012 in the police report when it was still 2011. 
He added, though, that he had posted photos on his  Facebook page of banners and posters in Naitasiri protesting the mining development.
"The photos were passed on to me by a fellow media person who was afraid to post it themselves."
Karunaratne to appear in court again  
Jagath Karunaratne: 24/7 watch
Questions also hover over the charges against the Sri Lankan national, Jagath Karunaratne, who is due to appear in court again this week on Thursday.

Karunaratne, who is now a Fiji citizen, was originally charged last year with several others for writing graffiti. A second charge - urging political violence - was added recently (he was charged alongside trade unionist Daniel Urai) and while he has been allowed out on bail, is on 24/7 surveillance according to information from police sources.


Karunaratne and Urai were charged on the basis of a statement by Taniela Ligairi, the son of the former commander of the CRW (Ilisoni Ligairi) who claimed he was offered $20,000 and $1 million by the pair for 'the assistance' of the special forces and his father. 

It's believed most of the accused said in their caution interviews the planning, dispatching teams for graffiti, funds distribution etc for VRF were done at Ligairi's house and he played a major role. 

Information seen by C4.5 shows Ligairi was taken in to custody but his 73 year old father and former British SAS soldier, apparently made a call to police commissioner, Ioane Naivalurua, and told him that his family should not be touched.

Ligairi, who was also reportedly in contact with New Zealand media on behalf of the VRF group, was allowed to go home every day after questioning while others remained in custody.

53 comments:

  1. Graham Davis has also been reporting people to the regime !

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  2. liumuri ligairi kawa ca,

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  3. How Inspiring to note that cowed citizens are no longer willing to live in fear and suffer perpetual intimidation. Six years of tyranny, treason and hardship can only mean that conviction & courage by individuals and the sharing of these moments of triumph, can soon become the new normal in Fiji.

    Encore to valor, emancipation and liberation!

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  4. jagat is the the men .what happen to the native fijians.

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  5. fijians army are the worst enemy of the native chiefs priest have to teach this armies to follow christ footstep not evil monsters.
    shame on police and army officers hurting its own people .no freedom.

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  6. The latest from our girl Shazzer!


    Darling Grubby,

    We will be working on a really new and exciting project. It is called The Yes Factor Fiji. It is going to be a new TV talent show broadcast on FBC and the winners will be appointed to the Constituent Assembly.

    Rear Aiyarse of FBC has made me the executive producer and I want you to be the presenter. You will be so good with your silky smooth BBC voice and your recent experience hosting the Yawning Divide. I saw that it won the prestigious Insomniacs’ Choice award 2012.

    Col P Thickdoodoo of the PM’s office has cut down the 300 applications to a shortlist of about 30 names. We are going to run this talent show and the best YES men and women in Fiji will go through to the great prize, a seat in the Constituent Assembly. It is vital that the members of the assembly are not capable of independent thought or action and they will just agree to everything the Chairman, Madam Her Royal Highness Nazihat von Shameondtme tells them to.

    The format will be a mixture of interview and partly aptitude test. See below the list of questions and in every case the only suitable answer is yes. If anyone answers No that is cause for instant disqualification.

    1. Is Frankly Bananas the Best Leader for Fiji?

    2. Do you want Frankly Bananas and his descendants to rule Fiji for 1,000 years?

    3. Do you want Frankly Bananas to continue as leader without an election?

    4. Are you an Aiyarse Licker?

    5. Was Cash Guy a criminal for leaking the draft constitution to the Fiji public?

    6. Will you do everything Madam Her Royal Highness Nazihat von Shameondtme tells you?

    7. Do you want a cushy job in the Bananas Republic?

    8. Should the RFMF set the policy for all Governments in Fiji?

    9. Are Human Rights a waste of time, when you have the RFMF as the upholders of freedom and liberty?

    10. Are Military Beatings an appropriate form of justice?

    11. Is it truly multiracial to have only 5 Indo Fijians in the RFMF?

    12. Do you think Shazzer is the most gorgeous Red Head in Fiji the Southern Hemisphere? (Sorry Grubby I just had to pop that one in there)

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  7. Shazzer part two:


    After the Q&A part which should be pretty quick we will then have an aptitude test on how many ways they all know how to say Yes. We will want a bit of subtlety when we have press interviews so it does not appear rigged. So in this part we will want to see creative use of the double negative and such things. As an award winning propagandist you know the sort of thing we are looking for.

    The judging panel for this will be made up of the following.

    Shazzer – That’s Me!

    Aiyarse- the True Leader

    Col. Thickoitoga- The Dumbest Man in Fiji

    Sir James Aht of the Kon- The name says it all

    Crazy Welsh- He is very grateful to get another free trip to Fiji

    I have also tried to get Jon Aptitude but he tells me he might be his dying his hair all week.

    Aslan Can’t of Vodafone is organizing text voting. That way we can make the people think they are choosing the members of the Assembly, democracy in action, but of course that will be ignored but the funds raised will go straight to the Mary Bananas charity fund called “A palace for all my children”.

    I have only got the first few names from the short list but Thickdoodoo said he would get back to me soon.

    The evil sisters, Auntie Nur and Auntie Maisie will represent the Chamber of Commerce.

    The Husband and wife team of Jenny & Dixon SeetOnTheBoard will represent the local Chinese

    Tappoo City will represent the Indian Community that likes Frankly Bananas.

    Peter Lowmasthead and Maika Bollocks of the Fiji SUNk will represent the media

    Adrain InTheField – Surely a mistake as he is no longer part of the team

    Parmesh ChandrikaPrasadCase will represent Public Servants

    Queen Antonia and AnyVerdictYouWant Goundar will represent the judiciary. (Some of the do gooders will claim it is a conflict of Interest to have Queen Antonia in the Assembly as he will then sit on the panel that makes sure it all complies with the Aiyarse Decrees. But it is all above board as Aiyarse has written amendment 9,999,999 to the constitution decree saying it is perfectly legal and without conflict of interest)

    The Military officers have already been appointed to the Constituent Assembly and they do not need to go through this aptitude test as they are already perfect saying “Yes Sir!”. Though they might need some training to say “Yes Madam Nazihat!”

    I know you did not get your Christmas special with FBC but this should be even better. I think it will get a global audience because you can be sure those trouble makers in the embassies will record it and send it to their home countries for viewing. If you like you can put your mobile phone number scrolling across the bottom and it might help you get some more jobs.

    Hugs and Kisses

    Shazzer

    This is to inform the public that this letter is a piece of fiction. However, some of the people and events mentioned are real.

    The way to tell the Boys in Green are feeling the strain is by the level and the frequency of hysterical, dumb and idiotic statements by Col Thickoitoga. They are currently at DEFCON 4. At DEFCON 5 Thickoitoga is under orders to self distruct. I wish.

    The Constituent Assembly is a group of like minded people all in agreement on the way forward. Yes Commodore Bananas, Anything you want Commodore Bananas.

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  8. Prof Nandan says Prof Ghai is a liar - Radio New Zealand so who to believe? permalink

















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    Fiji Constitution Commissioner member reported to counter Ghai claims

    Posted at 03:13 on 07 January, 2013 UTC

    A member of the Fiji Constitution Commission is reported to have countered claims of interference by the commission’s chairperson.

    The Fiji Sun reports that Professor Satendra Nandan told the newspaper the work of the body was made easier by the fact that there was no interference.

    That contradicts the claims of massive interference from the interim government made by the commission’s head, Professor Yash Ghai.

    The draft constitution, which is based on 7,000 submissions, was made public a week ago.

    Professor Nandan also told the Sun the commission did not decide to print extra copies and he had been unaware of the 600 being printed by Professor Ghai.

    The new constitution is to replace the 1997 document, which the regime abrogated nearly four years ago when the appeal court ruled that the post-coup interim government was illegal.

    The interim prime minister is to appoint a Constituent Assembly to finalise the document.

    News Content © Radio New Zealand International
    PO Box 123, Wellington, New Zealand

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  9. Prof Nandan says Prof Ghai is a liar - Radio New Zealand so who to believe?

    Fiji Constitution Commissioner member reported to counter Ghai claims

    Posted at 03:13 on 07 January, 2013 UTC

    A member of the Fiji Constitution Commission is reported to have countered claims of interference by the commission’s chairperson.

    The Fiji Sun reports that Professor Satendra Nandan told the newspaper the work of the body was made easier by the fact that there was no interference.

    That contradicts the claims of massive interference from the interim government made by the commission’s head, Professor Yash Ghai.

    The draft constitution, which is based on 7,000 submissions, was made public a week ago.

    Professor Nandan also told the Sun the commission did not decide to print extra copies and he had been unaware of the 600 being printed by Professor Ghai.

    The new constitution is to replace the 1997 document, which the regime abrogated nearly four years ago when the appeal court ruled that the post-coup interim government was illegal.

    The interim prime minister is to appoint a Constituent Assembly to finalise the document.

    News Content © Radio New Zealand International
    PO Box 123, Wellington, New Zealand

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    1. Which one to believe? How about neither?

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  10. Fark the Fiji Military & Fark Fiji Police.
    You are supposed to be there for the people.

    Not to intimidate citizens.

    Why are you there for Frank but not for the citizens?
    Who the fark is Frank.
    Dikhead diktator, he can go fark himself.

    Remember Military and Police you are there for the people , not for Frank.

    If he tells you to intimidate citizens then you tell Frank to fark off.
    Tell him "Fark off. That is Illegal and I'm not going to follow your orders. I'm here to serve the country. NOT YOU"

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  11. Constituent Assembly - The format will be a mixture of interview and partly aptitude test. See below the list of questions and in every case the only suitable answer is yes. If anyone answers No that is cause for instant disqualification.

    1. Is Frankly Bananas the Best Leader for Fiji?

    2. Do you want Frankly Bananas and his descendants to rule Fiji for 1,000 years?

    3. Do you want Frankly Bananas to continue as leader without an election?

    4. Are you an Aiyarse Licker?

    5. Was Cash Guy a criminal for leaking the draft constitution to the Fiji public?

    6. Will you do everything Madam Her Royal Highness Nazihat von Shameondtme tells you?

    7. Do you want a cushy job in the Bananas Republic?

    8. Should the RFMF set the policy for all Governments in Fiji?

    9. Are Human Rights a waste of time, when you have the RFMF as the upholders of freedom and liberty?

    10. Are Military Beatings an appropriate form of justice?

    11. Is it truly multiracial to have only 5 Indo Fijians in the RFMF?

    12. Do you think Shazzer is the most gorgeous Red Head in Fiji the Southern Hemisphere? (Sorry Grubby I just had to pop that one in there)

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  12. where is DR Proff Sri Yukt Satendra Pratap None-Done ??---in Meigunyah eating goat curry with his ever patient,obliging nephews.Or in Canberra feeding birds near lake Burley Griifin and avoiding eye contact with Dr Brij Lal.Or demonstrating in the streets of Delhi with his wife in toe.wherever he is-he should be ashamed of himself for attacking Proff Ghai.The cock has crowed thrice--have your ears caught the sound,Sri Yukt?--and howz your latest book coming on ?--any hope of a Nobel price in literature this year ?---or even an award handed by Swani Maharaj ?

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  13. Fiji is Police State.That's all there is to know. Some in Fiji want us to believe it isn't.And that the thugs in power are making Fiji a "true democracy". Some internationals like Bobcar and McCullie have been conned into that bullshit.
    But the truth is out there for all to see. some prefer not to for reasons best known to them. We have a good sense what the reasons are. Just need a clear head to figure that out. That's our main asset.And that's the thing that's lacking in the operatives of the Police state.

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  14. In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.

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    1. If you were silent during Operation Jericho, then you're not part of the solution.

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  15. Do something for yourselves for a change and stop thinking friends will come to your rescue. Stand Up for your rights or sit down and work hard and pay your taxes on time so they can afford their expensive lifestyles and don't make a noise again about your pathetic freedom!

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  16. Graham cicitaki Davis, very quiet on the blogfront these days what's up boy, Cat got your Boci? What say Meo Meo?

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  17. To All Policemen and Women:
    Please ALL look at your badge.
    It says SALUS POPULI.
    It does not say Salus Frank.

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  18. Not the right attitude @ 12.53a.m. we "still hve some way to go" - I realised that painful truth some years back that it's going to be a long walk to Jericho. Isa. But patience is a virtue when we're playing for keeps. Keep it together.

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    1. Dakuwaqa, come back. We need you.

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  19. Rajendra Chaudhary is the kind of person who would side with anyone for his personal interet and gain,like father like son.If he was offered a position in the current govt he will be singing a different tune.Empty bottles make the most noise when they fall.
    Jagan's case is in front of the courts and let that be decided there.if you break the law you should espect to be charged.It's that simple.

    Long Live Bainimarama
    Long Live FMF
    Dharam Lingam

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  20. I do not believe from the style that Dharam Lingam is Dharam Lingam. I detect a European hand in his blogs.

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    1. Probably a Swede. Who else would be so arrogant?

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  21. http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/fiji-cops-torch-constitution-draft/story-e6frg6so-1226549140495 permalink

















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    Fiji cops torch constitution draft

    by: Rowan Callick, Asia-Pacific editor
    From:The Australian
    January 08, 201312:00AM

    FIJIAN police have seized and burnt copies of the draft constitution despite military ruler Frank Bainimarama’s pledge in his New Year’s message that “we should have a new, modern constitution”.

    Under the draft, which has been obtained by The Australian, the president – a role widely believed to be attractive to Commodore Bainimarama, now Prime Minister – would be elected by parliament, sitting with a new national people’s assembly that would meet for one week a year to consider new challenges to Fiji, to examine progress towards the constitutional goals, and chiefly to try to build national consensus. The president would no longer be commander-in-chief of the army.

    PDF: Fiji’s draft constitution (Fijileaks)

    Commodore Bainimarama scored a coup last March by persuading internationally respected constitutional expert Yash Ghai to chair a five-person commission to draw up a new constitution.

    Fiji Draft Constitution
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    Fiji Draft Constitution explanatory note

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  22. Hong Kong-based Professor Ghai, 73, was born in Kenya, became a barrister in Britain and has advised on constitutions in many countries, including Papua New Guinea, Kenya and Nepal.

    PDF: Draft constitution explanatory note (Fijileaks)

    His commission drew up a new constitution – which would be Fiji’s fourth since independence from Britain in 1970 – following community consultations, including more than 7000 submissions.

    This was presented last month to President Epeli Nailatikau, with copies provided for the Prime Minister and Solicitor-General. The Government Printer then produced 600 further copies that were seized by 12 police at the printery late last month.

    Additional proof copies were burned. Professor Ghai said police shredded the commission’s documents and set them on fire with kerosene. He said this showed contempt for the commission’s work and for the people of Fiji.

    A government decree under which the constitution has been drafted requires a constituent assembly to be established to debate publicly the draft and produce a document by the end of March.

    The members of the assembly have yet to be announced. They will be appointed by Commodore Bainimarama, and it appears that his government is not pleased with elements of the draft.

    Military Land Force Commander Lieutenant Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga said the commissioners “should be ashamed of themselves” for seeking to release the draft publicly. He said: “The President doesn’t need 600 copies, just one copy to view.”

    Professor Ghai, who was at the printery at the time of the raid, told Radio Australia he released the final draft because earlier versions had been “floating around”, and he wished to ease confusion.

    “We have tried to be as transparent as possible,” he said.

    He said he was abused by police as they seized the documents: “I felt not just a betrayal, but just felt, will Fiji ever have a democratic constitution?”

    Under the draft, 60 of the 71 parliamentary seats would be for multi-member electoral districts, with the other 11 for parties, distributed proportionally. In an explanatory document, the constitutional commission said this “should do much to take the heat out of ethnic politics, encouraging political parties to broaden their appeal to all communities”.

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  23. Commodore Bainimarama and the other leaders of the December 2006 coup would be provided immunity under the new constitution if they took an oath that “I renounce any actions in my past (and) I solemnly and sincerely submit myself to democracy and the rule of law”.

    The draft restricts the role of the military to being “responsible for the defence and protection of the country from external threats at the request of the government”. It said people making submissions “frequently challenged (us) to produce a coup-free constitution”.

    The draft constitution stipulates freedom of the press, and rules out licensing “except for the need to regulate the use of radio frequencies, etc”. Licensing “must not be controlled by government, political or commercial interests”.

    The draft requires the appointment by the president of a caretaker government before the first poll under the new constitution.

    Meeting the Prime Minister’s deadline of September next year would require him to step aside in about 15 months, unless he is invited to continue in power until the election.


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    1. I hereby invite myself to continue in power until the election or hell freezes over, whichever occurs first.

      Sincerely,

      Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama

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  24. Hunger strike

    By SALASEINI MOCEIWAI
    Monday, January 07, 2013


    Update: 11:59AM A GROUP of students and parents of a prominent school in Labasa have started a hunger strike this morning.

    This follows the Ministry of Educations decision to award zero to the students for biology during the Fiji Seventh Form Examination last year.

    Parent and protesting party spokesman Rajesh Lal said while they were disappointed with the ministrys decision, they also felt sad for their students who struggled to pass their papers.

    They said the strike will continue until a satisfactory decision is reached.

    The strike started at 9am.

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  25. @ no Dharam moo kolo tatti Limgum.
    "If you break the law then you should expect to be charged. It's a simple as that" you say.
    I agree. So should your hero Bainimarama expect to be charged? He did break the law, didn't he?. Why is your hero demanding immunity instead?
    Now think about that you IDIOT!

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  26. Bainimarama is not demanding immunity. The army will ensure its own immunity. It will be written in the constitution and will be upheld by the army forever. If you don't want immunity for them then go and fight them. A military grants itself immunity and hands over to civilian government for progress otherwise they hold on to power indefinitely. So which one do you want immunity or indefinite military rule???

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  27. Well said, 08 Jan, 8:48AM

    We all have to be "constructive" and elections has to happen in 2014"No Constitution" means "No Elections". Lets all work collectively moving forward getting a Government in place which we are to elect and they be task with moving our Fiji forward..

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  28. the RFMF members - meaning the soldiers - are out in full force to help in a massive clean up effort after cyclone evan. the RFMF should do this full time . no guns necessay in this kind of clean up work. fiji can then again become the way the world should be!

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  29. @ ANON 848 AM
    " Bainimarama is not demanding immunity"
    Hehehe!!!
    And we are all blind/ undah / mataboko !!
    hehehe!!!

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  30. Editor,
    We learn from Asia Pacific Editor Rowan Callick's article ' Fiji cops torch constitution draft' (the Australian 8/1) that " Fijian police have seized and burnt copies of the draft constitution despite military ruler frank Bainimarama's pledge in his New Year's message that " we should have a new modern constitution".
    Never mind Bainimarama's pledge . He has made many since before his military takeover and routinely abandoned them later.That's on the records. What I wish to know, in light of the constitution burning, is whether Fiji is still a Police State 6 years after Bainimarama's takeover to build a ""true democracy" in Fiji?. It certainly was when the Public Emergency Regulations was in force.
    My Oxford Advance Learner's Dictionary (International Student's Edition) defines a Police state as" a country where people's freedom,especially to travel and to express political opinions, is controlled by the government, with the help of the police".
    Is Fiji such a country now?
    sincerely,
    Rajend Naidu

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  31. "Which one do you want immunity or indefinite military rule???"

    How about "C: None of the above?"

    This lot wants both immunity AND indefinite rule. That's because these goons know that any promise of immunity made under duress can be rescinded later, just as Bainimarama himself reneged on the Muanikau Accord. And they're right that we won't respect any promise of immunity for treason.

    That's what happens when you ride the tiger. There's no getting off.

    This foolish question shows you don't understand the nature of the problem.

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    1. That's right. Put immunity into this illegal constitution, but it won't matter. We're still coming for you traitors. Everyone of you.

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  32. Maiched Tattifala
    Bainimarama had to break the "law" to prevent Fiji from going to the dogs.He and the FMF could not have stood by and watch qarase bankrupt the country.
    It seems tattifala you are a real madhar chod.

    Long Live Bainimarama
    Long Live FMF
    Dharam Lingam

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  33. @ No dharam moo kolo tatti long live bainimarama idiot hand yourself over to the nearest Police station to be charged for breaking the law by swearing at tattifala in a public place !!

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  34. Tattifala.you put yourself in a tattihole by naming yourself tattifala.
    you mother must be ashamed at herself for giving birth to a tatti like you

    Long Live Bainimarama
    Long Live FMF
    Dharam Lingam

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  35. Dharam Lingam is gay, and that's a fact.

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  36. Dharam Lingus, you must be one Coolie now living in white country and cheering on Bhaini-man for carrying out Indian coup in Fiji. Tatti craps all over your argument which holds no water. Stop trying to re-write history. Tell it how it is, your balls are in a vice and you are quite happy. Good Luck!

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  37. The report on Ligairi's son is wrong..he was already under investigation before the said VRF plot..it was when his computers were taken in by CID that they found out about his involvement with the VRF. Ilisoni Ligairi asked the Commissioner to handle the investigations instead of handing it over to he military. He told his son to cooperate with the investigations and to tell the truth. The fact that Taniela Ligairi was allowed to go home everyday was not of his father's doing..you should get you facts right. God Bless Fiji.

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    1. So what? Dou veicai vata kei Ilisona Ligairi kei Taniela. Sa kila o Ilisona na vakasaga na mataivalu ni Viti ena nona samuraki mai Kalabu. To vola me seuta tale na bure ni kadi.

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  38. @ no dharam besaram lingus.
    my mother is very proud she born me. she said I came with so much of tatti on me that the hospital staff had to flee. she knew straight away that a solid tattifala was born out of her womb. she named me Tattia and I have lived up to the good name my dear mother gave me. I have been crapping on arseholes like you my entire life and I am not about to retire!! so wait for more tatti to come your way!

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  39. Degei South Pole Cage No 9January 8, 2013 at 11:59 PM

    The situation we are in now is hard because the FRMF had raised some important issues which are of national interest. The way the SDL run the government is the VAKAVANUA SYSTEM THE ITAUKEI ARE WELL KNOWN FOR.THAT IS NO SAVINGS JUST SPENT SPENT SPENT ALL THE MONEY, MAKE THE CHIEF HAPPY, USE THE FNPF UNWISELY FOR THE PERSONAL GAIN OF SOME ELITE FIJIANS & BUSINESS FRIENDS OF POLITICAL PARTY LEADERS , AND MANY OTHERS LIKE THE AGRICULTURE SCAM,ETC, ETC. THESE FACTS WERE ALREADY REVEALED TO FRANK BAINIMARAMA BY HIS FORMER MINISTER FOR FINANCE MR CHAUDHARY. THIS IS FROM ALL PREVIOUS GOVERNMENT LEAD BY A FIJIAN PRIME MINISTER. It is too late for Mahend Chaudhary now to go back and make friend to Frank because he had attacked him for kicking him out from his cabinet. The old politicians like MPChaudhary, Mick Beddoes, Laisenia Qarase and Sitiveni Rabuka have been given the chance by Frank to work with them as a team but instead they backstab each other and want to remove the Army Commander in a non transparent and unprofessional means. So now RFMF got the upperhand and the good part of it Frank paid all his current and ex soldiers with good wages and high pensions which no previous government had done, even (SLR) SVT government and (LQ) SDL government. There is no need for us itaukei to cry now because our chiefs, our Fijian dominated political parties leaders have been given the chances but failed to unite all races and build a better Fiji. So what else can we do now. I suggest the 14 provinces and their chiefs to use their matanivanua to arrange a big meeting in QEB say one day one province to do the traditional soro or veisorosorovi. Each province please take on board with you all other races in your respective province to Delainabua QEB when you do the soro. The members of all church groups should also combine and go to QEB on you day of veisorosovi allocated for your province. After that soro the immunity should no longer an issue to bring up against the RFMF because the traditional soro or veisorosorovi is the final cermony of immunity under customary Fijian or itaukei law. At the day of the veisorosorovi full documentation should be recorded, televised and broadcasted over the world to tell all our international communities that Fiji Traditional Law of Veisorosorovi is alive and can be activated to unite all races in Fiji and help them in nation building after a political war. Happy New Year! God Help Fiji On Veisorosorovi Programme.

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    1. I like the plan but with one little variant. When it comes time to pass over a tabua, we all rush forward with the clubs we hid under our sulus. Then we smash Bainimarama's head to bits and spray his weak brains all over the matting.

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  40. to Degei South Pole
    A very well thought plan and if put into practice it would do wonders for Fiji.
    If everybody thought like that (especially political leaders,chiefs and church l;eaders)we would be moving forward so fast and so peacefully.Great idea.

    Long Live Bainimarama
    Long Live FMF
    Dharam Lingam

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  41. @ no dharam besaram long live bainimarama, long live fmf IDIOT!!
    "If everybody though like that..."
    If everybody thinks like that - and like you - we would Not be moving forward . we would be moving backward to nazism, fascism and communism ! which forced citizens to think alike and to worship the state!! you such a phucking idiot! totally devoid of any understanding of human history and the part totalitarian politics has played in it. go phuck yourself!

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  42. Yes you can continue but the army will always be there. Be realistic and not dreaming unrealistic main boy type solutions because because in the end only you will be hurt because the military trains itself to kill not to Give up.

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  43. If some of the above posts actually represent the mentality of some Fijian citizens God Help Fiji.

    This site has become the greatest assest the present government has to demonstrate to the world the insignificance of any supposed opposition or dissatisfaction with what they are doing.

    The Tattifallas and his coppiers on this blog are doing a serious injustice to the true, sincere and respected democracy movements and those that want to move this great country forward.

    Or have the Tattifalls and those spewing their non stop imature verbal dioreah actually been placed here by the present government to support their cause. Because if they have, full marks to the government for excellent use of the media !

    It has worked.

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  44. @anon 11.09AM
    when did Fiji become "this great country"?
    I thought it had become a banana republic.
    after four coups in four decades of independence.
    and 3.5 constitutions!
    anon from the nabua camp you in need - of more schooling!
    Now you go back to school and come to the C4.5 blogsite when you have more matter between your ears. and don't scratch your ear when driving in Fiji!

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  45. Well done Tatti, continue your excelent support and hard work for this government.

    How much do they pay you for being in that closed room all day with just your keyboard for company ?

    Hopefully you got your payrise as you are doing such a fantastic job.

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