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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Former Fiji magistrate: support this Constitution if you want a neo colonial master

"Do you want Mr Gates to be your president from time to time? Reject it outright if you want your new parliament to have proper functions, independence, transparency, An analysis of the regime's draft Constitution by former Fiji magistrate Greg Bullard and how it relates to the judiciary and the rule of law.


Bullard says the draft is cause for alarm.

 "I have only looked over the document for ten minutes but what I have seen scares and shocks me."

He adds: "It is a hallmark of any democracy that power is not concentrated in to a few sets of hands. That is the reason we have parliaments in the first place."

Bullard's observations: suggestions for an easy remedy are Italicised:

Point 1.
The Chief Justice becomes acting President in the absence of the President. (s 87) (Parliament should choose a Vice President [semi –retired senior public figure] selected with 50% of support from the house.) accountability and powers"





Point 2.

The PM can request the CJ to establish a tribunal to remove the President  (s88 (3)

(The two person tribunal should be recommended to parliament by the AG. Parliament may then make a motion in its own right, to dismiss the president [ requiring a 75% majority]after allowing the President to show cause before the parliament. This should be a function of the parliament and not the PM and CJ)




Point 3.

Only the president can remove the CJ (s110 (2)

(The two person tribunal to investigate and recommend the dismissal of the CJ should be established  by the AG. Parliament may then make a motion to move the President to dismiss the CJ [requiring a 75% majority]after allowing the CJ to show cause before the parliament.)




Point 4.


The quorum of the Judicial Services Commission (JSC)  IS the Chief Justice, and two others. S103(2)

(The quorum should be larger and more diverse. The current proposal is a dangerous precedent.)




Point 5.

The president acting on the advice of the JSC, can establish a two person tribunal to remove a judicial officer (other than the CJ or PCA). S111(3)

(The two person tribunal should be established by the AG acting on the advice of the JSC. Parliament may then make a motion to dismiss [requiring a 75% majority]after allowing the judicial officer to show cause before the parliament.)



Point 6.

The Solicitor General is appointed on the recommendation of the JSC after consultation with the AG ( s115 (3)

(The recommendation of appointment of an SG should be made by the AG to parliament requiring 50% of support from the house. This should be at arms-length from the JSC )



Point 7.

The Solicitor General can be removed from office on the recommendation of the JSC. (s115 (7) as per s111)

(The recommendation for removal of an SG should be made by the AG to parliament. Parliament may then make a motion for the President to dismiss the SG after allowing the SG to show cause. This should be at arms-length from the JSC. )





Point 8.


The Director of Public prosecutions is appointed on the recommendation of the JSC after consultation with the AG (s116 (3)

(The recommendation should be made by the AG to parliament requiring 50% of support from the house. This should be at arms-length from the JSC)




Point 9.

The Director of Public Prosecutions can be removed from office on the recommendation of  the JSC. (s115 (7)

(The recommendation of removal of the DPP should be made by the AG to parliament. Parliament may then make a motion for the President to dismiss the DPP after allowing the DPP to show cause. This should be at arms-length from the JSC. )



Point 10.

The JSC has authority over all public servants employed in the Judicial Department. S 107

(Judicial Department employees are not judicial officers. They should be dealt with by the Public Service Commission. This is another dangerous and unwarranted precedent.)



Point 11.


FICAC is a stand alone commission of inquiry and not related to the judiciary it should be a chapter in its own right within the constitution. S 114

The Commissioner is appointed by the President on the advice of the Attorney General. (s114(3)

(The Commissioner should be appointed by Parliament on the advice of the AG with 50% support of the House).



Point 12.


Section 114(5) allows the FICAC to conduct criminal proceedings.



This is an extremely dangerous precedent. (The FICAC should not be able to commence criminal proceedings in its own right. It is a commission of inquiry, an INVESTIGATOR NOT A PROSECUTOR. It is not a court of law.

The FICAC as with any standing commission of inquiry. It should conduct investigations (similar to a police service) and then refer its finding to the DPP.)



Point 13.


Under s114(7) the FICAC is subject to the authority of the courts.



(This is hard to interpret. The FICAC should ONLY be answerable to parliament not subject to the authority of the courts, except insofar as they require the courts to approve the exercising of its coercive powers. )

 

The Nail In the Coffin!

Point 14.

All current judicial officers (including the Solicitor General and Director of Public Prosecutions) will continue in office after the elections ?(s118)



I recall a conversation I had in Sydney with Mr Gates in March 2012. I would swear to the truth of this conversation if I was placed under oath:



I said (words to the effect): If I accept the position (Head of the Legal  Practitioners Unit) what happens after the elections. We may all be put up against a wall and shot.



He said (words to the effect):  Don’t worry about that. I will ensure that all  existing contracts will be honoured by any new  government.



How did he know that? You decide for yourselves. (see s118)




SUMMARY
The JSC will hold powers that should be held by parliament alone.

The Chief Justice will continue to be the most powerful man in Fiji, despite potentially committing serious crimes against the justice system. The CJ will be president from time to time. The PM can request the CJ to remove the President? Only the President can remove the CJ?



The Chief Justice controls the hiring and firing of all judicial officers including the Solicitor General and the Director of Public Prosecutions. The DPP and SG cannot be independent under these provisions. They are under the direct and indirect control of the Chief Justice (as Chairman of the JSC).



Each judicial officer is under the control of the Chief Justice (as Chairman of the JSC). They cannot be seen to be independent. They must be under parliamentary control for independence to be achieved.



A proper and transparent JSC should only have the function to investigate and make referrals to parliament in relation to judicial officers ( and not senior statutory positions such as the SG and DPP). It should not have the powers to dismiss any judicial officer which are rubber stamped by the president.



In a properly constituted democracy, the JSC has a the function of investigating a judicial officer and making recommendations to Parliament. It requires parliament to make an address and call the Judicial Officer before the House to show cause. (This has happened on only a few occasions in NSW over the last 100 years).



In a properly constituted democracy the offices of the DPP and Solicitor General should be independent and in no way under the control of the JSC (Chief Justice, PCA and one other). 



The Current Chief Justice of Fiji


The Chief Justice is the person most responsible for the displacement of the rule of law in Fiji. He has also destroyed any semblance of the separation of powers doctrine. This did not have to be the case. The Prime Minister gave the Chief Justice free reign to destroy these institutions via decree. The actions of the Chief Justice permeate all aspects of Fiji’s governance.



In my respectful view, current judicial officers, including the Chief Justice, have potentially committed criminal offences, i.e.  perverting the course of justice and abuses of power and process. These offences carry terms of imprisonment if guilt is proven.  Mr William Marshall has already documented his findings by way of signed petition. If the allegations made by Mr Marshall were investigated and substantiated, the Attorney General and several judicial officers, would likely serve lengthy custodial sentences.



HOW can these Judicial/ legal persons remain with an incoming parliament? 



HOW can they be properly investigated?



Under this draft, they cannot be removed or investigated by any incoming parliament. (A backup to the immunity provisions perhaps).



The Chief Justice has not only shielded himself and the Attorney General (and their accomplices) from potential criminal investigation and prosecution, the CJ has drafted a constitution that will allow him to continue to be the most powerful man in Fiji.



Support this Constitution if you want a neo colonial master. Do you want Mr Gates to be your president from time to time? Reject it outright if you want your new parliament to have proper functions, independence, transparency, accountability and powers, i.e. over the DPP, SG and other statutory bodies and commissions.



How will the DPP ever investigate and prosecute Gates. He appoints the DPP and he can terminate the DPP. Let judges judge. Have a constitution that gives the appropriate functions to Parliament and not to one man and two of his “rubber stamp” friends.



I still believe that many of the reforms that have been implemented by the Prime Minister are to be applauded. However, the destruction of the rule of law and judicial process that has been under the delegated power of Mr Gates, undermines these reforms.

The absence of the rule of law and proper structures of transparency and accountability, permeate all levels of Fiji life. This will continue under this proposed constitution. It will make any incoming parliament a toothless tiger. The Prime Minister has allowed the legal draftsman, under the guidance of Gates and the AG, to utterly destroy judicial, SG, and DPP independence.
The continuance of current decrees also continues the lack of independence of the entire legal profession in Fiji. The Chief Registrar has oversight and power over the Legal Profession (Legal Profession Decree 2009.) . The Chief Justice has complete control over the Chief Registrar. How much power can one man have?



I apologise if there are any errors in this report. This report was drafted in haste. I am prepared to provide a more comprehensive and refined report, if the exhortations contained herein do not fall on deaf ears. To those who see what I see, stay strong. The closer Fiji gets to the elections the further away democracy drifts. To those who do not see as I see, I respect you right to make your own choices. I am not attempting to sway opinion. I am merely giving you my initial observations as an independent observer and an advocate for the rule of law.



I do this in my own time at my own expense. I have NO vested interested. I remain banned for life from Fiji after my unlawful arrest and detention at Nadi in November 2012.



If you wish to make Mr Gates the most powerful man in Fiji, then so be it. If you want him to be your president from time to time, so be it.

 

Greg Bullard 24/3/13

Fiji’s Shortest ever Resident Magistrate (October 2012)

119 comments:

Sanaila said...

The current CJ is the best for the job. He would make an excellent Acting President or Acting PM...

Keep up the excellent work my friend!

Anonymous said...

Fiji is run by gays .khaiyum /baini/gate/pryde all f each other kaila.

Anonymous said...

@Sanaila you sound like a desperate poofta.
What? Ben Naliva not enoughfor you?


Vutuki Meo said...


BAINIMARAMA EYEING 2,279 LANDOWNING UNITS ie MATAQALI, AND IS AIMING TO TAKE THEM OVER.

FIJIANS YOU BETTER WATCH YOUR LAND BECAUSE THE ARSEHOLE BAINIMARAMA IS ABOUT TO TAKE IT OVER BY FORCE.

WELE TIKO GA NA KAIVITI SA NA BUTAKOCA O RA BOCI NA NOMUNI QELE.


"Leadership vacuum in landowning units

Unaisi Ratubalavu
Saturday, March 23, 2013

THERE are 2279 heads of mataqali (landowning unit) positions that are still vacant, according to latest report from the Native Land Commission.

Commission chairman Ratu Vananalagi Vesikula said the government was concerned with the high number of those vacant traditional positions.

And he said there were 569 vacant positions for the head of yavusa that were yet to be filled in villages in the 14 provinces.

He said this was a worrying trend because the people were being left alone with no leadership and guidance while continuing with their daily lives in the village.

"Ni sega ni vakatawani na i tutu oqo, era sa na qai liutaki vakacava," Ratu Vananalagi said.

(When these positions are vacant, then who will lead these people?).

"Ni sega ni vakatawani na i tutu ni liuliu ni mataqali se yavusa, ena tubu cake na vakau nona, era na vakayaco lomadra tu ga ni sega ni tiko e dua na i liuliu". (When positions of head of mataqali or yavusa are not filled, there will be a rise in cases of people doing whatever they want to do because there is no leader).

He urged respective landowning units to appoint leaders because this would create stability and prosperity for the 14 provinces.

He pointed out that without traditional leaders, there would be lack of direction for the peopl

Anonymous said...

Gates deserves to be executed, and Sanaila deserves Gates.

Vutuki Meo said...


WHEN DID IT SUDDENLY BECOME THE GOVERNMENT'S FARKING BUSINESS TO WORRY ABOUT MATAQALI LEADERSHIP?
FARKING CUNTS!

THIS IS NOTHING BUT AN EXCUSE TO FORCIBLY TAKE-OVER PEOPLE'S LAND.



Anonymous said...

Who the fuck is Greg Bullard and who the fuck cares what he thinks? Are you guys kidding?

Anonymous said...

To Greg Bullard

Thank you for your unbiased views, I'm sure they will be appreciated by many.

Anonymous said...

I bet the best thing to do now is to assassinate these buggers. That will solve he problem for all. Wipe them out...wipe backsides with all their tailor made ass fitting mimi smelling laws. It's best that we kill them now...less worries for having to feed them at Naboro.

Bai and Khaiyum...drau vakarau vinaka..keli rawa tiko na kemudrau bulubulu. You are both going down SOON. And I mean SOON.

rajend naidu said...

concentrating power in a few hands ... what's surprising about that?
isn't THAT the way of dictatorships?
Isn't Fiji under a dictatorship?
The Bainimarama dictatorship is simply doing what all dictatorships do.
It's now up to the people of fiji and the international community to say whether THAT is okay.

Anonymous said...

Go fuck yourself Greg bulldog or what the fuck your name is. Why don't you go and see how indeginous people are treated by your democratic fucken country. Who cares what you want to say under oath, go suck a cork.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Greg Bullard for your factual views. I have no doubt that the majority of Fijians in their right frame of mind fully agree with you. Please keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

mosese /jone you can deliver the fijian out of khaiyum constitution.
if you know mosese stand up to the king of egypt and got the the people freed .read the bible .
jone you have to be captain moroni and host the title of liberty and free the people.
thats what i can say to you brothers.the call is your not mine .
god will hold you accountable for your rules and justice.
choose god teaching and eternal life or devils plan.
Talk to frank to give democracy. and freedom back to the people.
easter coming..christ died to free mankind from sin and give them life.who follows his teaching.
god bless.
Rajesh

Anonymous said...

Of course Greg Bullard is telling the citizens of Fiji the truth.Who the hell are you that you disagree to what this man is revealing to the people.The decrees in Fiji now is a joke. YES let us support Mr Bullard and get this crooks out of this world.They will continue to destroy all the people of Fiji.
By the way our land belongs to us, whether it is no in use or not, it belongs to the native.Voreqe you touch our land it will be your grave.

Anonymous said...

hi Greg,

Not a coup supporter but one must not get emotional but think rationaling.

Had Gates aid that after the elections, you go and fly kite, would you have accepted the position.

Absolutely NO.

why is it in the draft consitution? otherwise we will have a big legl vacume.

Anonymous said...

Fiji belong to Fijians not Khaiyum .
My advise for khaiyum if you want your constitution take it to your native land of parkistan..
We dont need you or your constitution.take your puppets with you too.

Anonymous said...

Khaium and Gates are the Decree makers of Fiji. Get rid of them plus Voreqe of course.

Anonymous said...

Sa boidada walega na site qo.baleta ni tamata taucoko e volavola tiko eke era sa vosa tiko mai na nodra sona ni sa rui qara lelevu. sa sega madaga ni kilai na ka era tukuna tiko ni sa vakacevaruru tu ga me vaka na cagi.
IO..VOSA NA CAGI...CAKACAKA NA BUNO.

Anonymous said...

Sanaila is from Tailevu....

Sanaila said...

Qarase in jail for life, Weleilakeba in dipers, Bainimarama in power for 6 years and more...that's our reality....the people have spoken!

Anonymous said...

Hahahaha. Fiji deserves this outcome. If not prepared to fight for your rights then just accept what you are given a d move on.

Anonymous said...

isa,au nanuma ga ni da tamata lotu na kaiviti.Sa wacava na nodra rai na kai vuravura tale eso,na mataqali vei volavolai e caka tiko qo.

Anonymous said...

Yes 3:38am, you're damn right, Fiji is cursed, bainimarama ha done naughty to God, and Fijian people followed him, and this is the results.

Its going be very hard for any instant change now, the way things are going, Fiji will experience more and more rapes on children, even infants, more and more poverty, more and more suicides, more and more murders, mother nature will strike everytime they want to commence work on the casino, and many many more curses will come to each homes.

Listen all church leaders, I mean Christian, wake up and do something before its too late, know your bible and see what is going on in our country, sorry, our chiefs were brain washed, they are gone, they have no day in the matter, lets fight for our God's rights in our country, not as the rights as citizens, but our rights as children of the Most High God.

Sanaila said...

***NEWS FLASH***

Deepak Chauan coup apologist and big time bainimarama masipoloist is offering female members of his families for sex with Fidji military officers!

Anonymous said...

this is how "true democracy" and "better fiji" is being shaped by the thug rulers of fiji!

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama magaitinamu,caititamamu. Drau veicai kei Ratu Vana.

Sanaila said...

Khaiyum must die

Sanaila said...

Bainimarama must die

Foreiners rule said...

what u fijians gonna do about it??
too lamusona to do something so grin and bear it.
you gonna lose your land. you already lost your traditional controls, your chief and church.
only land and pride left. the sun has set for you thanks to the foreigners, poofters cj and kaiyum. an the dumb baini does not know what he is doing, drunk together with the ratu epeli. its up to your fijians to correct it. your army is fijians, your pm is fijian, your president is fijian.
you no guts. let them steal all your lands.

Anonymous said...

the papua new guineans must be relieved their former pm sir michael somare is heading back home. he was misrepresenting them abroad and bringing shame upon all of them by shamelessly supporting the fiji military regime.

LIUMURI CJ said...

Bullard is absolutely right.
CJ got no judicial fortitude to protect the judiciary and the legal institutions of fiji.
hes compromised himself so many times that he will get rid of anyone that is a threat to him and his friends.
No judicial integrity let alone personal integrity.

rajend naidu said...

editor,
Let me be as brief as possible in my response to the regime newsletter article 'Tikoitoga:RFMF not in politics' (Fiji Sun 24/3).
Tikoitoga is lying!
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney

Anonymous said...

It took 4 SS officers to make 1000 Jews to walk into gas chambers.

Fellow Fijian brothers and sisters lets unite and have the guts to say this constitution is not for us. Lets not walk into the gas chambers and be killed without a fight. Remember they we can count how many of them on one hand. I don't want our children's children's reading about us in 100 years time and say if only they stood up to these thugs.

Everyone please make sure you write either by post or email or in person to protest against this constitution.

PER said...

Yeah, perhaps we should also use Queen Antonia's picture on the new and visionary three dollar bills the regime wants to introduce.

rajend naidu said...

editor,
The regime newsletter Fiji Sun has published 8 letters today (24/3)- which in itself is rather unique because the regime mouthpiece paper - like the regime - does not care all that much these days about what the people have to say about anything, especially about the prevailing politics.
Should anybody therefore be surprised that not one of the 8 letters is on the Draft Constitution just released?
The Constitution of the country is not an important thing for public discussion, is it?
And, guess what the Fiji Times published 5 letters and none on the Draft Constitution either?
That must surely say a lot about the media in the prevailing political climate in the country ?
Is it any wonder then that so many come to C4.5 and other blog sites to express their views - on things that matter!
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney

Anonymous said...

Wat happened to Sonaila oops Sanaila

Anonymous said...

@Rajend Naidu 12:55 PM

Oh dear, you sound upset. Do you have proof that they actually recieved any about the draft constitution and if so, were they printable ?

Or is there a possibility you are just making assumptions to give you another chance to get your name in print ?

elbourne sona levu said...

Mr Bullard,
thank you for your insight. the common men and women in fiji need to be aware of these things. these revelations can now be a topic around 1 grog session, and then 5, and then 25, and then 625 and then the whole of fiji will know.

yes, peacefully their will be many submissions made against this draft constitution. Ghai revealed the feelings of the people but see what happened to him.

we will do things peacefully. at the end of the day, someone (or a few) has to die for anything to change. their has to be bloodshed for Fiji not to go down this path.

Gadarfi remained for 20 years. we're just a quarter of the way there. whether we like it or not - 1 of the 3 stooges has to be assasinated.

elbourne sona levu said...

Mr Bullard,
thank you for your insight. the common men and women in fiji need to be aware of these things. these revelations can now be a topic around 1 grog session, and then 5, and then 25, and then 625 and then the whole of fiji will know.

yes, peacefully their will be many submissions made against this draft constitution. Ghai revealed the feelings of the people but see what happened to him.

we will do things peacefully. at the end of the day, someone (or a few) has to die for anything to change. their has to be bloodshed for Fiji not to go down this path.

Gadarfi remained for 20 years. we're just a quarter of the way there. whether we like it or not - 1 of the 3 stooges has to be assasinated.

elbourne sona levu said...


WE SHOULD BE PRIVILEGED TO HAVE THE MILITARY SURVEILLANCE ON THIS BLOGSITE.

AT LEAST THERE IS A SLIGHT CHANCE THEY WILL LEARN SOMETHING.




WE SHOULD BE PRIVILEGED TO HAVE THE MILITARY SURVEILLANCE ON THIS BLOGSITE.

AT LEAST THERE IS A SLIGHT CHANCE THEY WILL LEARN SOMETHING.

elbourne sona levu said...

THE GOOD THING IS WE HAVE 2 MAGISTRATES WILLING TO TAKE AN OATH AGAINST THE ILLEGAL CHIEF JUSTICE. MAKE A MENTAL NOTE OF THAT.

WE HAVE THE NUMBERS BY A LANDSLIDE.

THE VILLAGES THAT THE PM VISITED OVER THE LAST 3 WEEKS ARE LAUGHING AT HIM. THEY KNOW HE WILL DO ANYTHING TO STAY OUT OF JAIL. FIJI IS A SMALL PLACE.

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS WE DONT HAVE THE MAIN THINGS THAT MATTERS - THE GUNS. FIJIANS ARE NOT WILLING TO LOSE THEIR LIVES - NOT YET. WE ARE STARING DOWN THE BARREL OF REVOLUTION.. 40% LIVING IN POVERTY HAS TO GROW TO 80% TO BE TRIGGERE.











THE GOOD THING IS WE HAVE 2 MAGISTRATES WILLING TO TAKE AN OATH AGAINST THE ILLEGAL CHIEF JUSTICE. MAKE A MENTAL NOTE OF THAT.

WE HAVE THE NUMBERS BY A LANDSLIDE.

THE VILLAGES THAT THE PM VISITED OVER THE LAST 3 WEEKS ARE LAUGHING AT HIM. THEY KNOW HE WILL DO ANYTHING TO STAY OUT OF JAIL. FIJI IS A SMALL PLACE.

THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS WE DONT HAVE THE MAIN THINGS THAT MATTERS - THE GUNS. FIJIANS ARE NOT WILLING TO LOSE THEIR LIVES - NOT YET. WE ARE STARING DOWN THE BARREL OF REVOLUTION.. 40% LIVING IN POVERTY HAS TO GROW TO 80% TO BE TRIGGERE.

Stand up for your rights said...

you do gooders professors and doctors and acadmic bullshitters, how come none of you hav said...sorry our fijian and rotuman brothers and sisters are being bastardised?
you full of bull crap human right crusaders..just a bunch of racist, kai india rules, u mf indigenous peoples are lazy, etc is your cry for human rights.

We are on our own said...

you know why this mfs cant say it???
because they dont believe it.
the sun has set for the kaiviti and the kairotuma.
academic and legal dishonest poofters just like the ones in this regime.

rajend naidu said...

I get my name printed in reputable media overseas. why would I be "upset" about not having it printed in a shitty regime newsletter or even the fiji times?

elbourne sona levu said...

WE HAVE ALL TRIED PEACEFUL MEANS. THE TRUTH IS SOMEONE HAS TO ASSASINATE 1 OF THE 3. PREFERENCE WOULD BE THIS ORDER:

1. FRANK BAINIMARAMA
2. AIYAZ KHAIYUM
3. ANTHONY GATES

THE REST OF THEM ARE ALL PUPPETS. PRESIDENT RIGHT DOWN TO TIKOITOGA. THEY'LL CHANGE THEIR STRIPES ANY DAY.





John Lennon said...

i look at you all see the love there thats sleeping
still the people gently weeps
I look at the flower and i see it needs sweeping
still the people gently weeps.
I dont know why someone controlled you
How they bought and sold you too.
and every mistake we must surely be weeping
still the people gently weeps...

Indigenous Rights said...

the australians took 200 years to acknowledge that it is wrong to steal indigenous peoples land and children.
this is what u kai indias are doing to fijian and rotuman people.
so learn u racist pigs.

Anonymous said...

LETS ALL SING THAT BAINI WILL RIG RIG RIG ELECTION NO MATTER WHAT HE WILL DO , I SEE HIM IN JAIL AFTER EVEN IN DIPERS.MUTTI (URINE IN PANTS)

native said...

one done are you gonna correct your mistake???
indigenous people have rights.
uv shown your true colours.
show some credibility to the natives.
no not possible because u just one racist pig, sorry bulumakau.

True Englishman said...

sorry mr lawyer mr bullard give some credit to the english colonisers.
the cj is not a true english man.
he might be a pom but he is no gentleman.
he bastardised the rule of law in fiji.
no morals no principles and no guts like a true english gentleman

The brotherhood said...

sure just two magistrates?
the muslim brotherhood against the muslim brother hood and sisterhood??
not likely bro

the indiginee said...

yea thats right because you really dont care about the indigenoushood

Anonymous said...

By VICTOR LAL


Meli - "Rambo" of Fiji

HE is monster of a son by all accounts. MELI BAINIMARAMA junior, the son of Fiji's dictator Voreqe Bainimarama, shot to prominence when he appeared with his father's treasonous troops at the residence of Laisenia Qarase to "capture" the democratically elected Prime Minister of Fiji in December 2006. Since that day, he has not looked back, indulging in wanton pleasure and profiteering from the ill-gotten gains of his father - the present illegal Prime Minister. Now, it has emerged that on 22 February 2013 he formed a Fiji chapter of Fijian Solutions Group International, an American-Fijian based security and security training company. He is listed as director of the Fiji company, and operating out of 55 Siga Rd, Laucala Beach, Suva. And guess where he claims to be residing - yes - 70 Muanikau Rd, Ratu Sukuna Rd, which his father is occupying presently. The house is the former official residence of the sacked Chief Justice Daniel Fatiaki. According to highly placed military sources Meli Bainimarama, who is no longer a soldier, and his "security men" have unlimited access to army military training compounds and weapons from the RFMF armoury. The army sources claim that the company is a "front" for Meli and his men to take security charge of the future Prime Minister of Fiji after September 2014; i.e. Voreqe Bainimarama who will rig the elections to WIN and under his Draft Constitution the new Prime Minister will also be the Commander-in-Chief of the RFMF. Welcome to future Saddam Hussein and Sons type Fiji - where dynastic rule and mob violence might become the signature trademark of the Bainimarama clan.

TamaiVoreqebai said...

Sanaila sounds like Kamlesh Kumar of NZ.....Its either Qarase or SDL all the time

Anonymous said...

@sanaila
Anonymous Sanaila said...

Khaiyum must die

March 24, 2013 at 8:02 AM

Anonymous Sanaila said...

Bainimarama must die

March 24, 2013 at 8:02 AM

it does not sound like the true sanaila.

that looks vutuki meo aka vutuki sanaila aka vutuki bainimarama aka valataka na dina .impersonating sanaila. the sanaila we know is bainimarama right hand man. dua la qai tobo qai ca . qai lauvutu tale.

Keep The Faith said...

At this juncture of Fiji's ills the threat of assasination should never be an option. It is a poisoned chalice for which the nation suffers. As much as we toy with the temptation of the ease for our burdens of thug rule being snuffed instantaneously, there are no guarantees that the very next one to whom you hand that AK47, does not get giddy with the lure and desire for wanton power & glory.

Or have we forgotten that the 2000 coup (& the 1987 coup) that Bainimarama badly needs immunity for, was the trigger that nurtured his desire to rule?

Your liberty cannot be handed to you on a silver platter for you to truly appreciate its worth. Flip flops to the streets, en masse, peacefully voicing your concerns, is the simple remedy.

Anonymous said...

O bainimarama e sega sara tu ga ni vakabauta vakadua ena gauna qo ni rawa ni dua se so na tamata me tu saqata na ka kecega ena vakatura me caka e Viti me vaka esa cakava tiko qo.

Vei kemuni na sa kautani na wekamuni voleka ena laba ea cakava na matanitu qo kei ira na sotia kei na oviss, sa vakaraitaka raraba veikeda taucoko o bainimarams ni sega ni dua ena vesuki se me veilewaitaki ena veika era vakayacora me tekivu mai ena coup ni 2006.

Au kerea mo ni na vosota na vevakalolomataki esa caka qo veikeda na kawai iTaukei, o koya esa kilai keda vinaka, sa qai bully taki keda wavoki tiko vaqo.

Esa vesuka na nodra mona na noda turaga ni vanua, ka sa veisautaka talega na nodra vakasama na lewe ni veikorokoro, ena veivakatorocaketaki ni tara kei na dola vale ni vo.

Esa kenai rairai tiko ni sa na kauti keda vata kece e vale vo, wili kina o ira na noda turaga, era sa sega tu ni kila na levu ni kaukauwa e tu vei ira.

Vinaka, Viti, eda sa na tu ga yani ena vakarorogo, ni da sa tuiraki tu me vaka na bulumakau e kau tiko me lai vakamatei. Yadra mai Viti

Kamlesh Kumar said...

@sanaila viavia right hand man.
I think you right hand woman.

Anonymous said...

GO FIJI GO ;FIJI WILL WIN THE HONG KONG 7S .
CONGRAT TO SEREVI INDUCTED BY IRB .
I TOLD THEM SEREVI WILL BE VITAL FOR FIJI 7S TEAM
LET SEREVI/CAMA /DERE PREPARE THE TEAM FOR RWC7S.
GET THE PLAYERS IN CAMP AND PAY THEM 1K A WEEK .
THE PLAYERS AND FAMILY WELFARE IS PARAMOUNT.
COME ON MINISTER OF SPORTS GIVE THEM THE MONEY AND FRU.
WE NEED BUSINESS HOUSE TO SPONSOR EACH PLAYER WITH 20K EACH.
I BET THE BOYS WILL BRING THE RWC 7S .
SDL GOVT WE GAVE THEM 150K IN 2006 FOR WINNING THE IRB SERIES.
GOD BLESS.
Rajesh

Anonymous said...

Rajesh just shut up please....you are a disgrace

Anonymous said...

Vinaka Rajesh .we are proud if you keep it up bro.
You have heart for fiji players .

Sanaila said...


Bad road hinders travel

By VILIAME RAVAI
Sunday, March 24, 2013

This portion of the road in Waimari was washed away. Picture: VILIAME RAVAI+ Enlarge this image

This portion of the road in Waimari was washed away. Picture: VILIAME RAVAI

Update: 1:10PM TRAVEL has been affected for some villagers in Rakiraki because of a bad road.

Villagers of Waimari said a portion of the road got washed away after heavy rain experienced in recent weeks.

Ana Finau, a villager, said they had resorted to the use of horses to take their farm produce to the Rakiraki Market.

Anonymous said...

anon .1001
You have no guts like our rajesh .he has proven record in rugby .what you have nothing just big mouth sonalevu.

Anonymous said...

Samurai team is sponsored by Rajesh friend terry .
we are here in hongkong 10s .lost in the final bro.
loloma yani
Sai

Sanaila said...


Suicide rate increases under Bainimarama government.

Suicide rates ring alarm bells

By AVINESH GOPAL
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Update: 12:22PM THE Fiji Police Force is concerned with the increase in suicide and attempted suicide cases being reported.

In the past 24 hours, police received reports of two attempted suicides and a case of suicide, where the victim was a 79-year-old woman.

Police have recorded 25 suicide and 43 attempted suicide cases so far this year.

Anonymous said...

Sanaila said...

Qarase in jail for life, Weleilakeba in dipers, Bainimarama in power for 6 years and more...that's our reality....the people have spoken!

March 24, 2013 at 3:14 AM


Dear man/woman (doesn't really make damn difference)...

The people did not speak...The damn government and dick-tators forced us to swallow the crap they delivered, claiming it to be justice....

Anonymous said...

Rajesh, it's very unbecoming of a former minister not to know humility. Signing off your blogs with a "god bless" somehow don't justify the hatred that you vent. Have a nice day.

Anonymous said...

@ Annon1:23am
../do not judge lest you be judged,you miserable soul.

Anonymous said...

You're gotta be really stupid not to know who dafuk is the leading brain of all Khaiyum's Decrees?That's right,It's Anthony Gate,The Illegal Chief Justice. He is the man behind all the Decrees and rules of Injustice in Fiji!!
The AG is one dumb ass, who has a Law Degree from China(Hong Kong)cause he couldn't get admitted into a New Zealand,Australian or UK
University.That was how stupid this man was? Actually, the word on the street was that he bought his degree by giving money to his professors at the University of Hong Kong.

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama has many bad habits ie
likes to go to Denarau Island Resort-couldn't someone in the Kitchen of the resort he's in laced his food with some kind of deadly poison? If you're going to take him out, do the same to his entire entourage? Come on, where are these Vakadraunika dudes in our
Fijian culture?Give the pricks some kind of concoction to kill-off his ualevu & cannot perform his job to Mere, thus literally turn him into a puffta?

Anonymous said...

CONFgAT BROTHERS KEEP IT COMING JAPAN IS NEXT.
YOU GUYS CAN DO IT.
KEEP THAT HARD HIT TACKLE /DEFENCE STRONG.SUPPORT PLAY GOING.
GO FIJI GO
SEREVI THE MAN. VINAKA BRO.
FRU SHOULD LET THE PLAYERS SHARE THE PRIZE MONEY.
GOD BLESS.
Rajesh

Anonymous said...

Anon.
I dont hate people but hate what they doing to others.
We are gods children and should love one another.
Khaiyum should respect the fijian chiefs /culture .Thats paramount.
God gave us freedom and democracy not like khaiyum constitution.
Easter is good time for Frank to pray and ask forgiveness from the people of Fiji and GCC.
Christ words father forgive them for they do not know what they are doing .
I hope we can do the same but people should do the right things.
I will always support the fiji team players and people.We love them.
god bless.
Rajesh


Anonymous said...

KING SEREVI FOR FIJI PM.
EVERYONE WILL VOTE FOR SERVI. SERVI MY PICK FOR PM.
COME ON PEOPLE LETS VOTE SEREVI FOR FIJI PM POST.
ALL FIJIANS/INDIANS/OTHER WILL VOTE SEREVI IN FOR FIJI PM.
SEREVI HAVE DONE SO MUCH FOR FIJI AND THE WORLD IN SPORTS.
MY VOTE FOR SEREVI FOR PM OF FIJI.
GOD BLESS YOU BRO SEREVI/FAMILY.
Rajesh
PS FRU DROPPED SEREVI AS COACH BUT SEE HOW HE CAME BACK AND MADE FIJI 7S TEAM WIN..
HE IS THE KING OF 7S RUGBY LIKE PELE FOR SOCCER.

Anonymous said...

FIJI7S TEAM SHOULD SHOULD PROMOTE FIJI AS TOURISM DESTINATION.
FIJI ME CEO/FIJI AIRWAY TAKE MY ADVISE SPONSOR FIJI 7S TEAM AND FIJI BATI TEAM RLWC /OTHER FIJI SPORTS TEAM.THATS YOUR BEST MARKETING TOOL.
I DONT THINK THE MINISTER AND PS TOURISM HAD THIS BRAINS .
COME MILLIONS WATCHING GAME ON TV /OTHER MEDIA.BEST AND CHEAPEST WAY .
FIJIAIRWAYS/FIJI ME SHOULD BE MAIN SPOSNORS FOR FIJI SPORTS TEAM
SEREVI SHOULD BE FIJIS SPORTS AMBASSDOR.

Anonymous said...

SEREVI VS FRANK IN THE SAME SEAT FOR ELECTION 2013 ?
WHO PEOPLE WILL VOTE .MY VOTE FOR SEREVI.
SEREVI FOR PM OF FIJI.HE WILL UNITE THE PEOPLE .
WE ARE DIVIDED NOW.
ALL FIJIANS/INDIANS/OTHERS LOVES HIM AND WILL VOTE HIM.

Anonymous said...

They can make all the laws they want but when judgement day they will be hunted down like dogs and killed one by one like the Mataivalu Ni Solisona.

No decree or worthless constitution written on a piece of paper can save their arses.

They will all be put in the special lovo pit that will be dug at the National Stadium and yes the Mataivalu Ni Solisona will be begging for their lives by offering their arseholes for free.

Anonymous said...

SEREVI FOR PM FOR FIJI.
PEOPLE WANT SEREVI FOR PM.
FRANK GET READY TO LOOSE TO SEREVI IN 2014 ELECTION ..

mark manning said...

http://www.postcolonialweb.org/poldiscourse/neocolonialism1.html
Neo-colonialism is... the worst form of imperialism. For those who practise it, it means power without responsibility and for those who suffer from it, it means exploitation without redress. In the days of old-fashioned colonialism, the imperial power had at least to explain and justify at home the actions it was taking abroad. In the colony those who served the ruling imperial power could at least look to its protection against any violent move by their opponents. With neo-colonialism neither is the case. (xi)

In particular, Nkrumah makes the following points about neocolonialism in 1965:

It continues to actively control the affairs of the newly independent state
In most cases neocolonialism is manifested through economic and monetary measures. For example the neocolonial territories become the target markets for imports from the imperial centre(s)
While neocolonialism may be a form of continuing control by a state's previous formal colonial master, these states may also become subjected to imperial power by new actors. These new actors include the United States or may be international financial and monetary organizations
Because of the nuclear parity between the superpowers, the conflict between the two take place in the form of "limited wars." Neocolonial territories are often the places where these "limited wars" are waged.
As the ruling elites pay constant deference to the neocolonial masters, the needs of the population are often ignored, leaving issues of living conditions like education, development, and poverty unresolved.

Anonymous said...

I rather die broke and sleep on the street than accepting this khaiyum constitution.
No to Khaiyum Constitution.
People we cant accept this bkc.
Where is GCC the owners of the land of Fiji in BKC.
Khaiyum and Frank doesnt own Fiji guys.
Simple question .Will khaiyum /Frank like me or any one else to come in his house and tell him he doesnt own it anymore.
No you wont like it.
So pls khaiyum/Frank if you dont like GCC than live Fiji for Parkistan.
Fiji belong to the Chiefs and that is God Given rights for Fijians.
India belong to indians.China belongs to china people.
God bless.
Rajesh

Adriu said...

To Bullard and Manning,

Drau kua mada ni kauwaitaka tiko na ke e yaci tiko e Viti baleta na vanua qo e sega ni nomudrau. Drau bau kauwai ga ki na ka e yaco tiko mai Aussie.

Fijians in Fiji are content with the current leadership because it serves for their basic needs. Fijians do not need your unwanted views.

JOCEMO...

Namosi said...

Thank you Mr Bullard for your professional contribution, highlighting the gross deficiencies in the illegal Govt's draft contitution,

You have revealed the hands of Gates EyeArse and VB in their attempts to concentrate their powers in a few hands they can manipulate to advance their own agendas. This is very helpful to many of us non-legal minds.

Please continue to help us by posting your opinions on these developments to enable us better understand implications of the proposed constitution.

The Oracle said...

WANTED OR UNWANTED... Greg Bullard's observations on the Judiciary need to be taken seriously. As it's written, the Section on the Judiciary (in the Constitution)is focused around current players rather than on the necessary long-term integrity and independence of any judiciary in a democracy. If we are to accept the proposed procedure of appointing and endorsing a President, then the same should apply to the CJ, Attorney General, DPP, Ombudsman etc. The draft Constitution promoted by Bainimarama has some positive issues worth adopting. However, the whole document is tainted by the "small print" which aims to protect Bainimarama, Sayed-Khaiyum, Tony Gates and senior military officers. If, indeed, they believe that the treason they committed was a "necessary evil" then they should be confident enough to allow the people of Fiji to test that in a properly constituted court of law. Under the proposed provisions -- as Bullard rightly points out -- that won't happen because two of the key players - the AG and the CJ - will remain firmly in conrol of the Judiciary after the 2014 elections.

Anonymous said...

Most important

No GCC in Draft Constitution March

Fiji’s amended draft constitution does not have provisions for the Great Council of Chiefs (GCC). In abolishing the GCC last year, after 136 years of existence, the government said that the body had become politicised, with members having political affiliations and membership of political parties. However, in Fiji’s first draft constitution by the Yash Ghai-led Constitution Commission, there were recommendations that the GCC be reinstated but with newly defined roles. The document recommended that the GCC refrain from engaging in political matters and be limited to the role of promoting better understanding of the i-Taukei culture and its traditional values and practices. The GCC will also advise state organ at the request of government relating to matters of the i-Taukei language, culture, tradition values and practices. However, in the amended draft constitution released by Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama on Thursday, there was no mention of the GCC. All of Fiji’s earlier constitutions gave the GCC a lot of power and influence over politics and government decisions especially through the Senate. Fiji's 1970 Independence Constitution allowed the GCC to appoint eight of the 22 members of the Senate. The 1990 Constitution that came into place after the 1987 coup increased the GCC’s power such that they appointed 24 of the new Senate's 34 members. The GCC also appoint the President and Vice-President. The 1997 Constitution revised this, giving it 14 appointees out of 32 in the Senate.

Satish said...

To Adriu 1-.26 am
Adriu, NO the majority of us Fijians are not satisfied with what is happening in Fiji....Mr Bullard's interests are in in exposing TRUTHS, most of us welcome his opinions to enlighten us.

We certainly have no choice in the impositioning of the illegal rule over Fiji so we are not satisfied......we want a true democratic Government for Fiji and not VB's brand of leadership.

Anonymous said...

Now on the question of what is "printable" in the fiji press these days can we be enlightened if this article 'Former Fiji magistrate: support this constitution if you want a neo colonial master' by Greg Bullard is "printable" in the Fiji press and in particular the Fiji Sun?
After all it is nothing more then a critique of the Draft Constitution prepared by the illegal Fiji "government's" own "legal team".
That shouldn't be a problem, should it? I mean the illegal "government" claims it is heading the country towards "true democracy".How can that be if there is no proper public debate?

Anonymous said...

@ Adrui
you are a regime lackey lying about the people of fiji being content with the "current leadership". are you part of the "current leadership"? are you engaging in self-praise of the self-appointed "current leadership"?
what a pathetic lot!

Sanaila Fuk Yu said...

Sanaila's mum slept with many Korean fisherman she didn't know who his father is. That's why Sanaila is deluded.

Anonymous said...

Let us be clear.Fiji is under thug rule and as long as Fiji remains under thug rule, Fiji will not have an independent,impartial judiciary.
The thugs in power have a vested interest in ensuring the perpetuation of their hold on power. That can only be possible if the judiciary is under their full control.And that is precisely what we have in fiji today and if the thug rulers have their way that is how it will be in the future. No two ways about that!

Anonymous said...

Coach of Fiji 7's team - army. Manager - ex navy. Trainer - army. Nakarawa - army. Mulevoro - navy. Kolinisau - son of former army Captain. Tinai - prisons.

Vutuki Meo said...


@anonymous 1:08
Kolinisau thanked God for helping him score 3 tries.
He did not thank the farked up Fiji army.

You soldiers on this blogsite just showing how really stupid you are.

I've given advice to you guys in the past to go back to school and learn some trade while you still have the opportunity.

Don't come here and boast about your farking stupid army.
Fiji can win HK 7s without you stupid soldiers.




Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 1.29PM
Thank you for giving proof of the kind of low-life scoundrels who support the illegal regime!
keep it up. it improves the credibility of the regime!

Anonymous said...

@ Fijians in Fiji are content with the current leadership because it serves for their basic needs. >>>>>> but Fijians don't see the beast lurking behind the iron curtain. Nothing come's free nowdays, prepare your future generations to shoulder the burden of repaying vore's billion dollar loans.

Anonymous said...

Keitou... Na Mataivalu...Na Mataivalu.... Na Mataivalu Ni Solisona.

Keitou dou soli cici.... dou soli cici...keitou marau na solocici....

Na Mataivalu ni Solisona....Na Mataivalu Ni Solisona ....

Keitou na sotia ni Viti....sotia ni viti....Champani na solicici....Champani na solicici na vuravura qo.

Anonymous said...

Dr Tupeni Baba..can you just compare you physical state with Bai
He trains...plays rugby touch...and is physically fit
Look at you...you look like one grog cloth...dry skin...hopeless outlook
Who do you think the people will prefer to leader?

My suggestion to you is - go back to your old routine....where you walk every afternoon...play squash and tennis every morning...drink a bit of wine and less grog....and ofcourse....amalgamate yourself with people of your same intellect...form a new party...and lets fight this regime...

Anonymous said...

Anasa Vocea...you corrupt sonnaofabitch
trying to con your way around you crook
viavia mai tamata dina tu....u macawa
lai cakava e dua na ka e nomu koro
tamata sega ni dua na betemu
u useless piece of shit

Anonymous said...

Democracy-foreign flower in 1987
Democracy-the way to go in 2013

quite ironic :)

everything happens for the better

Laisa Kaimacuata said...

yes bro Khaiyum and Baini and all their supporters must be fixed up. How????? I donot care. Any means but do it. Free Fiji from Dictatorship.

Sanaila said...

Bainimarama's "mana" helped Fiji win in Hong Kong!!!

Vinaka saka na veiliutaki totoka PM...sa rauta me kalougata na timi ni Viti mai Hong Kong!!!

rajend naidu said...

editor,
TVS (non-profit sydney community television) lived up to its motto to provide "a different view" when it screened the documentary film 'Big Damage- Bigpela Bugarap' on its Topical Punch segement on 25/3. The film produced, filmed,directed and edited by David Fedele does indeed provide a different view to the official one on timber logging in Papua New Guinea. The film tells us how the "Comapany" (the Malaysian timber comapanies) are taking advantage of the simplicity of the local,uneducated people to exploit their timber resources without any real benefits returning to the local people.It also tells us how in the words of a local clan chief the Company buggers up the health and well-being of the local people through environmental degradation, river pollution and contamination of water supply, and the spread of disease like cholera.
It further shows how the army and the police are in the pockets of the "Company" and help the "Company' keep any protest under control by harassing and beating up the local people.
This economic tyranny has all the hallmarks of neo-colonialism with the connivance of the State.
It is a good example of the State approaching the economic exploitation of local natural resources as if the people do not matter.
What matters is the profit making agenda of the foreigners and their local "partners".
The film ends with the note that the people of PNG continue their struggle against this tyranny.
Every traditional landowner in Fiji should see this film. I do not need to tell you why.
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney

Anonymous said...

@1:08 PM & all those who think Fiji won because of army & navy players and coach alone.

Fiji 7s team won the HongKong tournament not because of army and navy players and coach alone, but also because Serevi and Cama came into help the team. Let's not forget all the other supporters.

Puppet FRU, discarded Serevi and Cama a long time ago, but now Serevi is on the IRB rpt IRB hall of fame. I hope you can swallow that one.

All we can expect from this illegal regime are scared people who cannot put themselves to the test. They are afraid to lose their grip on power because when they lose, straight gaol they go. Why are they inserting that immunity clause when the people, through the Ghai Constitution Commission,
did not even suggest it.

Bainirarama is travelling all over the country and island hopping trying to buy votes. These village and island people say, "Yes, keep ruling for the several years",...but mai loma,..."iskeh Bhai bahut paklah...areh wha...nahi vote iskeh ultah atmi yaar. Khali vote FLP." These are not unintelligent people. They know that they have hoodwinked and will not be hoodwinked anymore.

Anonymous said...

@ 3:32 PM.

Na mana nei Bai e na qai laurai vinaka ga ni sa na qaqauraki vata kei ira na nona i lala. Ya ni sa na vuka tubu na nona tevoro ka sa toka sara tiko ga yani o tamata.

He already swore at a Catholic Priest remember? Swearing at a Priest or anyone for that matter is demeaning a child of God.

Anonymous said...

Frank has bad mana. Betrayed his country. Betrayed his command. Betrayed his men. Ordered murders, torture, arsons, beatings, death threats. Jailed high chiefs. Stopped Methodist Conference AGM. Dissolved GCC. Selling the country to Muslims, Chinese. Lies. Fraud.

Dakuwaqa will eat him one day and spit him out his ass..

Treason is bad mana. Frank is bad man. Bad end coming for him. Mana running out quickly.

Anonymous said...

FIJI WON BECAUSE OF SEREVI MANA.
NO SEREVI NO WIN HAHAHA
SEREVI FOR PM.

Anonymous said...

@March 25, 2013 at 6:21 PM

vacava mo drau lai veicai tu mada , ka veivutusona tu mada kei serevi. vaivei merau vakavutuki iko mada o cama kei serevi. ha ha ha ha ha ha !dua la caiti serevi. cava kena yaga . tamata macawa ,kawa ca , luvei kai gau, kai yawa. qalo mai.

Anonymous said...

tu tu ga mai via pm. serevi is form 4 drop out from lelean [LMS].what do you think a man commanded only 10 men in the rugby field, how can he command a nation. ulukau ga na ulukau! how can you think, a low , self educated man like Waisele Serevi ,half school. , like that can run a country. serevi for pm [those people thinking that a either dump or what.rajesh drau veicai serevi , cama ,dere . VICAI KECE. vicai vata na timi ni viti. ha ha ha !

Anonymous said...

Sa maca tiko mai na mana nei Bai. Sa vovoleka sara tiko ga qoka me laki vesu laivi yani ki vale ni vei vesu. E sega ni o "superman" o Bai me na sega ni rawa ni qaqauraki.

If the elections is orgnized well, and is done in a just and fair way, and Bainirarama loses which certainly is a sure likelihood, then he certainly will be jailed for all the atrocities he ordered.

But if the elections happens under an this illegal constitution and Bainirarama wins, which he will, under illegal means, the people will find another way to get him to answer for crimes which will send him to prison for the rest of his life.

So Bainimarama is scared. He has so much to answer for and to us the people whose law he has violated.

Anonymous said...

Serevi is married to army lieutenant, Karalaini Serevi...go army go.

Anonymous said...

Serevi is a great rugby 7's player and the irb has just recognised that. Serevi is also a great army supporter visiting troops in the Sinai and Lebanon. He is married to army lieutenant Karalaini Serevi. Go army Go. Cama resided next to the army camp in Nabua and is great friends with army guys to this day. Go army Go.

Elbourne played pani all his life and was usually sodomised when he lost in the pani game.

Anonymous said...

Time for the army to stop playing politics. Time for the army to just leave. Go Army, go.

Mesake said...

THE REAL TRUTH WAISALE SEREVI DON'T GIVE A TWO DAMN HOOT ABOUT bainimarama regime!!!!!!

LEAVE THE MAN AND HIS FAMILY OUT OF POLITICS...THEY DON'T ASSOCIATE THEMSELVES WITH LOSERS LIKE frank.

Anonymous said...

from what I know Serevi is a gentle,humble man of the people .there is no doubt about his popularity with the people.Serevi has that winning people over personality.
Bainimarama is a ruthless,arrogant megalomaniac . there are huge question marks over his claim to being a popular leader. only like minded scoundrels have flocked to his side.

Sanaila sucks cock said...

Sanaila, are you referring to Bocimarama's maga?

The Oracle said...

Could I suggest to Coup4.5 that you take the lead (from a social justice perspective) by seeking out and publishing, views on the draft Constitution from prominent lawyers, academics, political leaders and credible CSOs. Those concerned do not necessaily have to have their names published alongside their viewpoints but the fact that such viewpoints are being made will help expand our collective understanding of where the draft has gone wrong and how it can be improved.
While the viewpoints may not necessarily be a "thermometer" to compare to what the Bainimarama government collects through cyber space submissions (and which will probably end up in a black hole), they will at least be available for public viewing. We may have almost no chance of making any effective change to the Binimarama/Khaiyunm draft, but we will at least, have educated ourselves (and others) about the dangers that still lie ahead of us. Hopefully, they will also lead to some constructive debate rather than adding fuel to the griping, name-calling, and "full of sound and fury" but with little substance blogs that currently appear on this site.

Coup fourpointfive said...

Reply to the Oracle: A request was made to several as soon as the draft came out. We are waiting for their promised feedback. Feel free to suggest some names discreetly to us via our email. pacificinthemedia@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Great picture of Bainimarama running through the cassava. "Feet don't fail me now!"

Let's check with Croz Walsh to see if this is a real photo or simply Photoshopped.

LEGLA EAGLE said...

The Oracle and coup4.5, i am a lawyer and my comment is this:
the only living constitution is the 1997 one. forget about ghais or bhais consitutions. both are illegal. the only legal and proper path is back to 1997 constitution and then take it from there.
so there you have it and I am sure I speak for all the straight thinking ethical lawyers which i believe make up the majority. a lawyer who argues otherwise is just a politician in a lawyers robes.
all these academics and wanabe lawyers commenting and suggesting one or the other constitution are just showoffs.

The Oracle said...

@LEGLA EAGLE... Are you a practising lawyer in Fiji? If so, then you must have registered to receive your practicing certificate as required by the regime. If you did .. then where's the 1997 Constitution you're talking about? I am not a lawyer - maybe a showoff - but I am also a realist. The 1997 Constitution was abrogated. I don't recall you or any other lawyer contesting that abrogation - either here in Fiji or elsewhre including international courts. Most of us agree with the ruling of the Supreme Court prior to the abrogation of the Constitution. But much water has since passed under the bridge and the reality is Bainimarama, whether we support him or not, is effectively, leader of Fiji today. And the Decrees, whether legal or not, are being enforced and we are following them. So please, wake up and see the reality of the situation and maybe come up with suggestions about how we can change that reality to an environment more conducive to the majority of us. Until you do that, all you're doing is showing off your lack of "legalese" because apart from harping about going back to the 1997 Constitution you don't offerany suggestions of how we might do that.

Anonymous said...

Oracle, you're a bit harsh on Legla Eagle. After all, his main point about the 1997 Constitution is right. It is Fiji's only living constitution. The Yash Ghai constitution was stillborn. The Bainikhaiyum constitution is a Frankenstein monster.

The 1997 Constitution was not abrogated. It was only PURPORTED to be abrogated, and then by the same notorious pack of traitors sworn to uphold it. But their lies don't make it so.

The only real claim to legitimacy that the Bainimarama regime can point to is the fact that Fijians are going along with its decrees and demands.

Sure, we have a figurative gun to our heads, but it wouldn't have taken much to wear black in protest, or to make a bunch of noise for a minute, in order to show our opposition to what this regime is oing to our country. I think most of us ARE opposed, but we've been too afraid to show it.

Would you agree that doing what we've always done will probably only get us what we've always gotten? To change our reality we need to change what we're doing.

We need to stop going along with the regime's demands. We need to organise and resist, not go along and assist.

If you're with me, let me know at Dakuwaqa2609@gmail.com or Dakuwaqa@hushmail.com.

Anonymous said...

Don't participate and give credence to the regime's crooked scheme to foist a constitution on the people of fiji.