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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Narsey: Onus is on the people of Fiji to challenge 'brave new world of BKC'


The Bainimarama/Khaiyum Constitution (ADACIP)
By Professor Wadan Narsey


The Bainimarama/Khaiyum Constitution (BKC) is the final stage of a  "successful" coup.

If elections are held in 2014 and an elected Government comes into place, the international community may be relieved to see a cosmetic end to the most painful chapter in Fiji's modern history.

But we need to remember, the Bainimarama Regime has never abided by

* any Constitution or any Oath of Office that any of them have ever taken,
* any promise or commitment made to Fiji or the international community, or
* any ruling by the judiciary which goes against them.

In 2006, Bainimarama and the RFMF, removed the constitutionally elected prime minister and made himself Prime Minister.

He promised elections by 2009 but broke that promise and has now ruled for more than six years. 

The Regime's Charter, allegedly approved by three quarters of Fiji's adults, stated the 1997 Constitution would be supreme, but when the Appeal Court judgment went against them in 2009, Bainimarama abrogated the 1997 Constitution.

In 2011, the Regime appointed its own Ghai Constitution Commission (stacked with Regime supporters) to consult widely and write a Constitution which abided by all the Regime's non-negotiable principles (which they did) AND which would be vetted by the Constituent Assembly AND the Chief Justice's Tribunal.


But with Ghai Draft not completely to the Regime's liking, both the Commission and the Draft Constitution, were flippantly trashed.


"Over the next six months, meticulous comparisons between the Regime's Constitution and the Ghai Draft Constitution- what exactly is changed, added and left out - will reveal more facts to Fiji and the world, about the Regime's "real Roadmap".

I also noted that Fiji people could

"watch with deep interest (and remember) who exactly are the "people's representatives" who will turn up to rubber-stamp the Military Regime's Constitution. There is a definitely a new ball game in town."

Well, no need for Fiji people to tire their eyes any further: the Regime has moved the goal-posts again, and there won't be any Constituent Assembly.

Why not?  Bainimarama alleges the political parties were fiddling their registrations (and the sun was shining).  Right.
Bainimarama has decreed: "You, the people of Fiji" will now be the Constituent Assembly.  Right.

So the people of Fiji can personally write or talk to the Regime (with their names, addresses, phone numbers etc.) and the Regime will take on board your comments.  Right.

Bainimarama promises "we will finalize the Constitution to have it ready for implementation no later than the 12th of April this year".

So even the pliant President won't be required to assent to the Constitution, but "We"?   Right.

There is a new ball game in town and the Baimarama/Khaiyum Team is winning.

As the purchase and arrival of the Airbus shows, it is incredibly easy for Regime spin doctors to get Fiji's population people to sing and dance, cry with pride at being a Fijian and "owning" their own airplane (even if it is on mortgage, and the only difference is the new colors inside and outside the plane).

Out of sight and out of mind are Fiji's

* lost billion dollars of income over the last six years
* increasing mountains of public debt
* creaking and leaking FNPF pension fund
* mounting unemployment
* falling real incomes (except for the military),
* increasing poverty
* record rates of suicides and attempted suicides, and
* unbelievably sordid violence against women, children and even babies.

Our people, no doubt orchestrated again by the Fiji Sun and Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, will soon sing and dance over the new Constitution, promising racial equality, with one man, one vote. Right.

The rest here, is merely for the record.

What's different in the BKC?
The Ghai Draft Constitution did not grant immunity for abuse of human rights; it granted immunity only to those who took an oath renouncing their support of illegal regimes; and it allowed citizens to go to court with their grievances and for damages.

The BKC grants total and unconditional immunity from 2000 to the 2014 elections, with no exceptions, no legal challenges allowed, or recourse for damages for anyone injured by those granted immunity.

People are still not understanding that the immunity being granted is not from 2006, but from 2000 "under the Limitation of Liability for Prescribed Political Events Decree 2010" (section 153 (1)).

Gone is the Ghai requirement (to discourage future coups) that all members of the security forces (army, police and prisons) must be explicitly required to not obey unlawful orders from their superiors. So, without that provision, the security forces can continue to follow unlawful orders, with total impunity, as they have done for the past six years, and do more coups when they feel like it.  So look forward to ADACIP (no prizes for guessing the two meanings of this acronym).

Gone is the requirement that Regime Decrees must be modified in order to be consistent with the new constitution and its fundamental human rights, and that legal proceedings terminated by decree, must be "revived and may be proceeded with under this Constitution". The Ghai Draft Constitution even listed those decrees that had to be changed.

No more. The BKC states that all decrees and promulgations will continue in force. No legal challenges will  be tolerated. No legal cases will be resuscitated (so forget the Burness pensioner case).

In the Brave New World of the BKC, no future Parliament will EVER be allowed to change any of the entrenched provisions such as the unconditional immunity and restriction of rights to go to court.  Right.

There is no longer any role for the Tribunal to be appointed by the Chief Justice to "approve" the BKC.

The Chief Justice can now say with a straight face (as he did a few days ago) that the judiciary must objectively and impartially apply the law as it is, and not be part of  the law-making process.  Right.  (we will all practice amnesia over the events of 2006 and the immunity provisions for the judiciary in the BKC).

The BKC not only imposes interesting limitations on, but grants interesting discretion, to the judiciary.

112(4) also states that "a judicial officer is protected from civil or criminal action for anything said or done, or omitted to be done, in the performance of a judicial function".

The Attorney General, in addition to many other powers, is also granted powers to "intervene in proceedings before the High Court" (40(7)).

Also gone is the requirement that the Regime would have had to give way to a caretaker government six months before the 2014 elections. Right.

Other interesting differences
Those with the time and energy can go through the BKC and the Ghai Draft and see what's been added and what's been deleted.

That relating to the media may be read here, in Marc Edge's commentary:

There is the usual great rhetoric on basic human rights such as

* freedom of expression, publication and media
* freedom of assembly
* freedom of association
* freedom of employment relations
* freedom of movement and residence
* freedom of religion (the Catholic Church in Fiji like to might read Section 22 (6))

BUT, for each of these rights, the BKC devotes even more space on the limitations of these rights.

With the elimination of the Upper House, there is a total lack of checks and balances to Parliament.

Once a Bill is passed, no one, not even the President has the right to dissent, or even ask for a reconsideration. The Bill will be "deemed to be assented to" within 7 days.

All public service officers will be "under contract".

Civil servants must retire at 55, unlike the Chief Justice (who must retire at 75) or High Court judges (who must retire at the age of 70 but be eligible to be promoted) or Commissioners of Police and Corrections and the Commander of the RFMF  (for whom there is no retirement age).

Constitutional lawyers are going to have a field day.

Who is the BKC for?
The Oaths and Affirmations at the end of the BKC document states that Prime Ministers, Ministers, Parliamentarians, and judicial officers must all swear allegiance to the Constitution.

Except the Oath and Affirmation for the next President. An interesting faux pas?

With Commodore Bainimarama declaring that he will stand for elections as Prime Minister, who is in their plan for President?   Some might think that it will be Superman.

But a real international PR scoop and yet another "first" for the Regime and Fiji, might be an Indo-Fijian AND woman President?  No prizes for guessing who THAT might be.

Is the Constituent Assembly Dead?
The Regime refuses to call a Constituent Assembly.

But nothing stops the people of Fiji from calling their own People's Constituent Assembly.

All the social, political, religious organizations and concerned individuals who want to, can have a two day meeting to discuss what is in the BKC; agree wherever they can on common concerns and positions.

They can publish their communique through an advertisement in the media and as an open letter to Commodore Bainimarama. They have nothing to fear: all this is allowed by the BKC.

Fiji people have so far meekly accepted being herded here and there, like sheep through the corrals of Animal Farm.

But they could announce, as in Merry Olde England: the Constituent Assembly is dead. Long live the People's Constituent Assembly.

This story and others by Wadan Narsey available on his website
http://narseyonfiji.wordpress.com/ 

93 comments:

  1. an excellent analysis of the dirty politics being played by the illegal Bainimarama regime since it's installation after the military "clean up" coup of 2006.
    this regime has succeeded in entrenching dirty politics in Fiji's political culture - big time.

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  2. editor,
    I find it very amusing when someone writes in to say "hope the 2014 elections will not be held" (Fiji Times 23/3).
    What kind of person says that?One not too intelligent. But more importantly one not particularly ethical.
    A peoples' right to decide who should and who should not govern them is not important for such an intellectual imbecile.
    That person needs to remember he or she is just one vote - whenever the Fiji election is held.
    He or she can't takeaway the peoples' right to chose the government they want with their sycophantic support for the current illegal regime and their "no election" nonsense!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  3. no mention of indigenous rights. no recognition of indigenous institutions.
    those are the rights of two thirds of the population.
    the sun has truly set for the indigenous peoples.
    kaiyum's thesis being put into practice. the sunset man.
    typical of the doc not mentioning this at all. i guess its not important to him.

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  4. Who will be our Moses to lead the people out of this intimidating opressive regime? Even our soldiers have given in to frank's thug rule.....all for a loaf of bread, while their future generations are chained with the burden repaying frank's loans in many years to come.

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  5. Like I said This Farking Criminal Bainimarama is tying up our hands and feet and shoving all his bullshit down our throat.

    We must ACT NOW and execute this bastard.

    HE COMMITTED TREASON AND MUST BE EXECUTED NOW!

    Otherwise you Fijians will continue to have NO SAY in your future and the future of your children

    GOD GAVE YOU FREEDOM SO WHY HAVE YOU YIELDED YOURSELVES TO BE BAINIMARAMA'S SLAVE and be paying his debts.
    HE WILL TAKE YOUR LAND FROM YOU AND SELL IT TO THE CHINESE AND MUSLIMS.


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  6. Thank you Dr Narsey...

    Can C4.5 please get this analysis by Dr. Narsey translated into vernacular and circulated asap amongst all Indigenous folk, definitely before April 05, so that people are aware of what is really happening to them, their livelihood, and their land. In this way, the affected can take relevant action that would have been based on collective and well informed decisions. Propaganda needs to be met with truth. Violence is never the wanted option and two wrongs don't make a right. So please all you advocates of peace and harmony, do the right thing and inform the uninformed accordingly. Maybe the misinformed can probably gain a thing or two from Dr. Narsey's analysis.
    God bless us all, Fijians.

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  7. What many including myself predicted has happened. The goal posts have been shifted again, another promise was broken. A demented octogenarian academic sees the opportunity for short, intense consultations and predicts that the regime will not accept any significant changes. Well, I agree. The question really is where from here? Do we once again lay down and subserviently say yes bosso levu? If we accept this constitution there will be no justice, no freedom and no human rights in Fiji. The document is loaded with provisions that entrench any draconic decree drafted by Khaiyum. But the time until 12 April could become the most interesting in Fiji's history. If - and this is a big if - the forces of freedom and democracy unite in the consultation process, enough momentum could be created to sweep the thugs away. It only requires a few brave man.

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  8. Would it not be extremely interesting to hear the view of a constitutional lawyer - say Prof Ghai - on this ground breaking piece of entrenching the rule of the thugs?

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  9. Did Warden Narsey go to Marist Brothers High?
    Now this is the sort of intelligent stuff one should expect from an ex-Marist. Not the crap coming out of the mouth of Frank Bainimarama. You guys sure Frank is an ex-Marist? Remember he is a good impersonator. Right now he is impersonating as the "Prime Minister of Fiji" - which he is NOT!

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  10. Kudos to the Professor, but all this was predictable from December 2006.
    It has always been up to Fijians themselves to either accept or repel this illegal regime and all it has to offer.
    One point Fijians seems to have avoided is, what comes after the Regime is cemented into Fijian Society.

    To me, the illegal acquisition of land from Indigenous Fijians, was always the prime objective!

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  11. Warden Narsey is one brave man who has the courage(of his convictions) to speak out against the Fiji Military dictatorship despite its threats and coercion.
    The country needs such man in its hour of need.

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  12. i feel sorry for you few pathetic losers blogging in this site including wardan narsey.
    The govt is doing an excellent job and all you losers here ,who of course are supporters of sdl,will always come up with negativity.
    kudos to the man himself.Mr Bainimarama,Sir.

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  13. Sir my arse. The man's a scoundrel holding the country hostage with armed thugs.
    And you Sir Sir skunk are a scoundrel as well!
    Now go and "clean up" your gun and gaand!

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  14. I am an Indian never supported any of the coups, from 1987-2006,I am glad now that Fijians led our Fiji for many years .I always felt and strong in this view that we Indians have never tried to understand Fijian culture and tradition.If given a chance we will push our way without any respect and concern.Although I have some issues with iViti fijians in crime etc, but as Indian always respect their Institution. Arsy Pussy , Nazat Shameem and other Muslim Indian should have never touched Fijian Institutions like GCC, Provincil councils, Methodist Church,NLTB, to name few. They have killed future of our next generation. Baini, Arsy you will die dogs death, my curse....

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  15. FIJIAN ARMY AND POLICE WILL GO IN THE HISTORY BOOK FOR DESTROYING THE FIJIANS CULTURE,GCC/CHURCH/VANUA AND LOTU.
    SHAME ON YOU IDIOTS FOR FOLLOWING ILLEGAL ORDER FROM KHAIYUM AND FRANK.
    TIME TO WAKE UP AND FIGHT KHAIYUM BS CONSTITUTION .
    ITS HAVE TO BE UNITED FIGHT HINDUS/FIJIAN VS TALIBANS ELITE KHAIYUM AND CRONIES.
    WHERE ARE FIJIAN CHURCH LEADERS WHO DID THE MARCH IN 1987/2000 ALL SLEEPING WAKE UP .
    DONT ENDORSE KHAIYUM CONSTITUTION..
    MAKE SURE KHAIYUM AND CRONIES DONT ESCAPE FIJI WITH ALL THE LOOTING THEY MAKING NOW WITH BANO/OTHERS.
    STOP ORDERS AT AIRPORT AND PORTS.
    COME ON FIJIANS WAKE UP AND CLAIM YOUR LAND .GCC AND GOD GIVEN RIGHTS FROM THIS REGIME MASTER KHAIYUM/BAINI.
    LOOK AT SYRIA/LIBYA/OTHERS. PEOPLE FOUGHT AND STILL FIGHTING FOR DEMOCRACY/FREEDOM.

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  16. YOU are WRONG again Wadan Narsey!!!
    December 2006 was NOT a Coup!! In fact it was a RESCUE by the Fiji military to get Fiji away from the corruption of the SDL Govenment. If Bainimarama had not rescued Fiji, we would have been in a worse bankrupt state like - Greece and Cyprus!

    Thank You Bainimarama for your VISION, COURAGE AND INTEGRITY!

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    1. Sonaila,Kings Cross is chasing a man of yo qualification..i.e a big mouth wid a dumbass attitude that can give a head wid grade A 1st class quality just like the one you gave yo no vision,no courage and foolish Bainimarama

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  17. Sainala luveni yale.
    Ans this what was fiji debt level under SDL in 2006.
    ans 2.1 million
    What is debt level now under Frank ?
    ans 4.8 billion.
    So wtf you talking about fool go keep sucking na boci ni khaiyum.
    Cost of living up and no job .

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  18. SHAME SHAME ON FIJIAN POLICE AND ARMY FOR SUPPORTING THE ILEGAL REGIME AND CONSTITUTION.MANDUA.
    LATEST NEW FRANK/KHAIYUM TOLD THE ARMY IN THE CAMP GET READY FOR ANOTHER COUP- IF WE LOOSE THE ELECTION IN 2014.

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  19. TALIBAN LEADER IN FIJI KHAIYUM DESTROYS FIJIANS AND GETTING FIJI READY FOR TALIBAN JIHAD BROTHERS BASE IN THE PACIFIC.

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  20. Sanaila Quari lako kubu nomu boso . ulu lala

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  21. Vutuki BainimaramaMarch 23, 2013 at 1:41 PM

    Vinaka Wardan, great article. Yes the frankaiyum constitution is what that constitution should be called.

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  22. SANAILA
    ROAD COST SDL TIME WAS 1 MILION PER KM. IN 2006
    FRANKS TIME ROAD COST 3 MILLION PER KM.
    EXAMPLE BUA ROAD COST 70 KM SHOULD COST 70 MILLION IN SDL TIME.
    70 KM COSTING TAXPAYERS 200 MILLION
    3 MILLION A KM HAHAHA BUTAKO LEVU. .
    SO WHO IS CROOKING HERE AND PUTTING FIJI IN MORE DEBT. ANS. REGIME.
    SANAILA TELL YOUR BOSS
    SDL HAD 36 MINISTERS -TOTAL COST WAS 3 MILLION IN SALARY.
    REGIME 10 MINISTERS COST -5 MILLION SALARY.
    DEBT LEVEL SDL -2006 -2.1 BIILION
    DEBT LEVEL REGIME TIME -4.8 BILLION.
    SO NOW STOP FOOLING THE FIJIANS AND THE WORLD SANAILA.
    TIME FOR YOU AND YOUR BOSS TO GO TO HOTEL NABORO.

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  23. Just 400,000 original fijian cannot stand for their own race shame shame, don't put stigma of the most coward race in the world,,COME ON JUST 1 PERSON HAS TO START THE REVOLUTION , I CONFIDENT 1000S WILL JOIN..TIME TO FIRE VITI...FROM A HINDU INDIAN BROTHERHOOD

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  24. FIJIAN CHIEFS SHOULD SEED FIJI BACK TO UK OR USA THAN GET RID OF THE REGIME.

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  25. I'm, confident that IF THE CITIZENS OF FIJI STOOD UP TO FRANK BAINIMARAMA AND AIYAZ SAYED KHAIYUM AND OTHERS, THAT THE MILITARY AND POLICE WOULD FALL IN BEHIND THEM AND BRING THIS SORRY SAGA IN FIJI'S HISTORY, TO AN END VERY QUICKLY.
    BUT THEY CAN'T MAKE THEIR MOVE, UNTIL THE CITIZENS MAKE THEIRS.
    THEY NEED TO BE LED, WASN'T THAt how several Regimes were beaten in other countries recently?

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  26. I thought Kaiyum said that "if Bainimarama is going to contest the election he has to resign as the PM". What has changed? It seems that only person who can bring revolution in Fiji is Mahen Chaudry.

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  27. I thought Kaiyum said that "if Bainimarama is going to contest the election he has to resign as the PM". What has changed? It seems that only person who can bring revolution in Fiji is Mahen Chaudry.

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  28. What are SDL leaders doing? Where are they? Why are they not revolting and demonstrating against this regime. Why are they not leading the marches? Why are they not inciting people to topple this regime. Why are they not leading any demonstrations? Why are the soldiers not revolting? 99.9% soldiers are Fijians. How can they stand and see their indigenous institutions and rights being destroyed by the vulagis-indians. Remember we need one match stick to bring this corrupt muslim regime to its knees. We did this in 1987 and 2000 and achieved our aims. Time to protest and get rid of this indian dominated regime.

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  29. @Vutaki Meo 2:16 PM

    Yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

    Oh dear you feel left out

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  30. I Sanaila, i Sanaila, sa levu la na vosa vakavuku kubu na boci nei Khaiyum! Bau vakasamataka tu na ka o kaya luveni yali vakataki tukamu! Sa sega sara ga ni macala na lala ni ulu vei ira vakataki Sanaila! Boci!

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  31. i agree that the FNPF reform was necessary. Past politicans were enjoying 25% pension and was digging into our savings. some people had taken 4 times their contributions. At the rate we were going, there would have been no money left at FNPF by 2030. Please read ILO and IMF reports.

    Prof, where in teh wrold do they give 25% pension, The rate ranges from 8-10% and you retire at around 65 years.

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  32. It will be very interesting to see as to when Bainimarama forms his party because he will have to relinquish his PM post when he forms a party and takes up an executive position (according to Khaiyum as he interpreted the party registration decree and gave the PM as an example).Or may be he will do all the campaign while still in govt. and resign in the last minute. This is the problem everywhere in the world. A little taste of power, and people want to cling onto it as long as possible like one of the presidents in Fiji ruled from a wheel chair and another one barely knew what was he reading in his speech and the implications of it on the citizens of the country. Its all about power and filling ones pocket. Like Rabuka said he was going back to the barracks instead formed a political party and contested the election after his 87 coup. Ratu Mara became interim PM after Rabuka coup. It was hard for him to let go his prime ministership in the election when Bavadra became PM (Its all the curse of this innocent person that we are getting today). Qarase formed a party and contested the election after serving as interim PM after Speight coup.Ratu Penaia became President after Rabuka made the country into a republic. He couldn't let his power as governor general just go like that.Mark my word this coup culture in Fiji will keep on going on forever. It should not have been supported nurtured in the first place when it started in 1987. The very people who supported and nurtured the coup at that time are now complaining. Well I don't blame them completely as the majority of grass root people had no clue what a coup is and its long term implications on a country. Let alone that people did not know that there is such a word in the dictionary as "coup" and how to even pronounce it. Indians called it "kuppi". Its the leaders at that time like Ratu Mara, Ratu Penaia and the other educated Fijians should have given a greater thought about the coup in 1987. Well they are gone now but left their people to suffer.

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  33. @ Sanaila
    You are WRONG again!
    The "shadowy" mob in the Fiji Military forces rescued themselves from going to jail by doing a coup.
    all else is bullumakaushit!

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  34. @Anonymous 1.36PM
    And you are a Bainimarama supporter. you support Bainimarama's purported plans to build a "better Fiji". A better Fiji will never be built with low-life scoundrels like you! what you posted is the kind of profanity your hero heaped on the respected Catholic priest Fr Kevin Barr. Warden Narsey is way too smart for you - whoever the fuck you are!

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  35. @Sanaila
    you don't believe that bullshit about Bainimarama being "Fiji's Moses" and all that do you?
    if you do then you are clearly a bigger fool then I thought you were.
    what an IDIOT!

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  36. Sanaila Boci! Ulu malumalumu!

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  37. Bainimarama is Fiji's Moses!
    Long live Bainimarama!
    Long Live Dharam Lingam!!
    Long live all the IDIOTs who believe Bainimarama is Fiji's Moses!

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  38. Views & stats of renown Economist & Academic - Dr Narsey;

    * lost billion dollars of income over the last six years
    * increasing mountains of public debt
    * creaking and leaking FNPF pension fund
    * mounting unemployment
    * falling real incomes (except for the military),
    * increasing poverty
    * record rates of suicides and attempted suicides, and
    * unbelievably sordid violence against women, children and even babies.

    vs Sanaila's Form 4 Economic stats.....where are your stats Sanaila????????????

    Oops, Sanaila must be wiping somebody's arse.

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  39. C.4.5...I so the Fiji Sun front page with the coward leader reminding us of his sprint down the cassava patches of Nabua when he abandoned his men & his camp. Maybe you guys could touch it up, put his whites on and a few spots of urine & crap to make it realistic....

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  40. vutuki meo

    provide an e-mail - we can provide all you need. make sure the e-mail is accessed outside fiji.

    time for action:

    freedom cell

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  41. @Anonymous 4.14Pm
    Ok so Fiji does not need "smart arseholes". tell me mada so what does fiji need? school dropout idiots from the army! go clean your gun and shine your boots. don't think too hard. it might damage your nut!

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  42. As usual, desperate pleas for action. "Won't someone do something? If you do, we'll all turn out to join you!"

    I don't buy it.

    Just look at the former C4.5 contributor Dakuwaqa. He had a simple plan calling for minimal commitment. His one-man campaign frightened Bainimarama so much that the dictator cancelled his UN visit and speech, presumably because he feared a move afoot to overthrow him once he left the country. But where was the mobilisation by the political parties, the unions, the church, the students, etc., even though Dakuwaqa had given them months to prepare?

    Someone mentioned Mahendra Chaudhry. Why didn't MPC rally his people? Was it because Dakuwaqa was the mind behind Operation Jericho, not him?

    That was the time to act. But most didn't. They couldn't bother to devote one minute of non-violent action to Fiji. That failure virtually guaranteed a life of slavery for our children.

    What evidence do we have now to indicate that anything has changed? If people couldn't be bothered to make one minute of anonymous noise for Operation Jericho then, tell me why are we to suppose that they're going to turn into ninja warriors now?

    And where is Dakuwaqa today? Patrolling offshore Fiji? Eating sushi in the Sea of Japan? Editing a democracy blog in Syria? The head of PR for Qorvis?

    Does it really matter? We had a matchstick, and all we did was to watch it light up, burn brightly, and then fizzle out.

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  43. FRANK WILL LOSE THE ELECTION IF ITS FAIR AND NOT RIGGED.
    WE NEED UN TEAM TO CONDUCT THE ELECTION NOT ARMY /TALIBAN IDIOTS.
    ITS HAD TO BE DONE UNDER LEGAL 1997 CONSTITUTION.

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  44. @freedom 4:41 I'll post e-mail address soon.
    If not today then may be tomorrow.
    Be on the lookout brother.

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  45. Wadan Narsey has flawed economic! He doesn't know what he is talking about and should just shut up!!!

    If Fiji's economic performance is failing then answer this??
    1. How is it that the basic economic indicator - consumer confidence is at an all time high in Fiji????
    2. How is it that Fiji consistently has economic growth?
    3. How is it that Fiji's credit rating has improved from SDL time??
    4. How is it that Fiji has a higher minimum wage of $10,000 compared to SDL???
    5. How is it that every major regional and global power such as US, China, Aust, NZ, S Korea want to improve trade and diplomatic relations with Fiji???

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  46. What has Wadan Narsey did for Fiji? Failed politician and even a failed acedemic

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  47. Frank so scared he want immunity for his team.
    So give same immunity to speight and others.

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  48. @ Sanaila.........Its how is it because no one gives a shit about you & all your IG stats put together. We all know what the entry level into the army is a Form 4 pass. So should we really take your input any serious doubt, seriously???? against as renown academic & economist!!! The IG is well known about painting rosy pictures, your stats are no different.

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  49. @KaCa"levu 6:12PM...Many soldiers in the army have university degrees,..sa rauta mada na veibeci...na sotia gona e maroroi Viti tiko...e maroroi iko kei ira nomu kawa-ca...dukalevu!

    Wadan Narsey is no longer relevant!

    Bainimarama will stand in the 2014 Elections and 90% of people will vote for him!

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  50. SANAILA FRANK WILL LOOSE THE ELECTION.

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  51. Vutaki Meo you are a loser, an idiot and a failed nationalist. You are just putting fear in people by writing incorrect things, eg Fijians will loose land in future. That is a lie. The fact is that 91% of the land in Fiji is native owned. Has Bainimara sold any of these land in the last 7 years? The answer is no. Fiji Muslims don't want land. They are not interested in farming anymore. They just want peace and to migrate overseas. They see no future for themselves or their children because of racists people like you. You seem to be a failed SDL nationalist leader of past who only has hatred against Muslims. If you want to kill or carry out violence why don't you do it yourself if you are a man. Why are you asking others to carry violence for you? You hate Muslims. It seems a Muslim man fucked you or your sister or your mother. Don't use racism as your chiefs did in 1987 and 2000. Why are your inciting violence and not doing it yourself?
    If majority Fijians are against Bainimarama and his government why are they not asking their sons and daughters in the army to overthrow the government. It is very simple and it hast happened for the last 6/12 years.

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  52. "If there is one basic principle in our constitution, it is civilian control of the military." - Harry S Truman

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  53. Talibani Bomber, just because you don't ask your own son or daughter to lead the overthrow of Bainimarama, that proves you must support him? What kind of a cockamamy conclusion is that?

    And with a name like the one you've adopted, you apparently know little about how to win friends and influence people. In fact, you're obviously a very sick and twisted person. Please seek help at St. Giles.

    I'm not teasing. I'm quite serious about that.

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  54. Who the fuck cares what Waden Narsey thinks? A bitter old drunk who is a disgrace and an embarrassment. Stick to the Regal Gin, Waden. You make a lot more sense when you're tanked to the max.

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  55. Thanks Mr.Narsey for that write up.

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  56. Long live Sanaila. Sanaila for Tui Viti.

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  57. Warden Narsey makes very good sense with what he says about the Bainimarama military thug rule.That's is why he is being attacked by regime lackeys and propagandist. They don't want the people to say yes what Warden Narsey is saying is true. That will undermine the regime and all the bullshit it has been putting before the people to show how glorious its rule has been. Warden a failed academic? Whoever is saying that be a man and put down your name so that the public can judge what weight to put on your claim. Are you a school dropout making that shitty claim?

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  58. Sanaila what you are saying lacks any truth. You are just writing in this site as part of Bai's strategy to rebuke the truth that sensible and credible people are saying against the illegal regime. You and your likes can write so much bull shit in this site but you can't fool the people of Fiji no more. Sa matailelevu na lasu nei Voreqe kei kemuni kece na tokoni koya tiko. O ira madaga na gone vuli era sa kila tu vaka vinaka na lasu nei Voreqe.

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  59. @ Sanaila mo ni maroroi Viti tu mai ivei ni yavu SONALELEVU. Under fire qai carata o nomudou Commander, O ya madaga na nomuni Commander, qai vaka cava li o iko kei kemuni na yavu bavulu ni dokai koya toka. Sa SONALEVU ga mai cake, sa vei tenetenei sobu mai. Keimami sega ni via mai maroroi tiko vei ira na tamata boci, dau butako,dau laba qai SONALEVU. Na keba qori i QEB yaga ma sai qaqi ni da, oti na nona veka yarayara kina " O Boso" na November 2000. Vinaka cake na maroroi vei ratou na City Security qo.....

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  60. I care so much about what Dr Narsey has stated in his article because it is the truth. Only the truth will set us free from our miseries under the Bainimarama dictatorship.

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  61. @ Koi Ca Levu.....

    Laurai ga na nodratou lamulamu nodratou gole mai na bati ni Tonga...va guise-guise....O ratou mai Tonga mada ga ya. Vaka cava li me ratou qai gole mai Tuvalu se Solomone....maroroi Viti mai vei.. yavu bavulu. Degree beka mai China, India, Malayasia, Indonesi dou saki taka tiko mai qori.....not worth the paper its printed on mate. Go wipe your bosses arse with it or shove it their in case the crackers go off and he decides to start running again!!!!

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  62. Bainimarama should now stop saying that the SDL government was corrupt as that is one of the alleged reasons that he illegally took over the government. Six years down the line he has not proven such allegation but instead he has proven himself to be the most corrupt person in the history of all Fiji governments.After he is a dictator and dictators thrive on corruption as they are not accountable to anyone.

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  63. sanaila..Sa sili oti yakavi qoka sa bera na shfit? sa levu na lago ni nomu room qori..lol..Canon Fodder!!

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  64. @Sanaila
    you mean 9 (nine)% of the people will vote for bainimarama! mostly his cronies and henchmen .
    Warden is no longer relevant!
    No longer relevant, insignificant, unimportant these are the kind of descriptors Bainimarama uses to dismiss his detractors!
    Sanaila you must be so very close to Bainimarama you have acquired his lingo!
    Warden does NOT become irrelevant just by a stupid shit like you saying so! No way!

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  65. Na veitaqomaki cava era cakava tiko na mativalu? Era cola dakai tu ga,era tawani bainimarama tu ga, sega ni dua na kedra yaga vei keda. Me ra lesu mada mai na peacekeepers mo ni qai mai vakasota dakai. Ni sega ni madua ena ka sa mai cakava tu oqo ko Voreqe vei keda nai taukei. Na vakaloloma sa tu oqo e Viti, na kerei lavo e gaunisala, era dau cakava tu ga na Idia, ia oqo e sa mai yacovi keda nai tukei.Sa sega na cakacaka, na via kana. Mo ni qai saumi vinaka tikoga na sotia se ko ni na bodyguard nei Voreqe tawa yaga. ni bau vuki mai ka vukei keimami na lewe ni vanua, Era na kauta kece na noda ka na Muslim,kai Dia talega.

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  66. Ke sa na tu e na veidigidigi ko Voreqe, o cei beka ena Presitedi?? Ena dua beka na ulu tobe? se dua na vulagi ka sega ni taukei? Eda sega ni vinakata me mai Presitedi e dua tale me noda tikoga nai tutu vaka Presitedi.

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  67. Sanaila ulu kacu! Lala na qavota!

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  68. What about Wadan's closing point about the people convening their own CA? In fact, if the regime forbids its convening, why can't we do this in cyberspace, similar to what Dakuwaqa once proposed?

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  69. Taliban bomber, you cannot deny the fact that the taliban is running the country...its been like that for 6/7 years and the muslim have not said anything against it so they must be supporting the taliban rule....thats right isnt it...thats you argument and bullshit about muslim dont want fijians land. u full of crap.
    no baini has not sold any fijian land yet.
    hes waiting for this constitution to pass a decree that transfers all fijian and rotumans lands to the state..the taliban rule.
    and u say the taliban dont want fijian land???
    see how you muslim and kaindia generally try and fool the fijian and rotuman people...chaodry already tried..now its muslims turn.
    even onedone professor dosnt even mention indegenouis rights which does not exist in the constitution.
    there is not one mention of indigenous or itaukei or rotuman in this opressive document. because he does not believe in it and certainly would not fight for it.
    same wiht all u kaiidia.
    international law recognises it but not fiji bullshit law.
    the majority of the people in fiji are indegenous. yet their rights are not recognised???? goes to show you kai india cannot be trusteed to preserve fijiian and rotuman lands. just remember we have mana and curse.

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  70. there was a time when people who carried the "Sir" title were highly respected people. Not so any more. take for example Sir Michael Somare who has shamelessly thrown in his support behind the illegal Fiji military regime - how can anyone respect him?

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  71. stay out of it onedoneMarch 24, 2013 at 9:42 AM

    follow onedones advice and continue the illegality..these academics are so full of crap sometimes we wonder how they got their qualifications...onedone is just a politician failed one at that masquerading as an academic now a self proclaimed lawyer giving legal advice and opinions.
    stick to your figures one done. you full of crap when u use words.
    maybe your figures are full of crap too judging from your diatripe verbal diarrhoeas.

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  72. NO TITLE CAN TRUSTMarch 24, 2013 at 9:49 AM

    i think the title Sir now has the same respect as Professor or Dr...only got to look at this Poof, sori Prof and the other USP academics and the now self proclaimed constituional law expert and turncoat Dr Shyster NOSHAME, the former probably still supporter and legaliser of frankys coup masquerading as the defender of the people.
    so be suspicios of persons with titles in front of their names...like AG and CJ and Madam and Judge and Minister and Commander and Arse sorry Rear Admiral, etc

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  73. 1997 CONSTITUION LIVESMarch 24, 2013 at 10:26 AM

    sorry prof but you way off the mark.
    the only legal and proper way is back to the 1997 Consitution.
    theres no other PROPER and LEGAL and FAIR and JUST WAY.
    Any other way is to ignore the rule of law.
    prof stay out of the legal are where you have no knowledge let alone expertise.

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  74. @No Title Can Trust
    trues up!

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  75. People like a Francis Verma writing from the United States in Sunday, March 24 FT letter to the editor are so gullible and blinded that they want to financially support the Illegal PM and his party. Francis, so being a "tabetabe". Can you not see what is happening in Fiji? If Obama were to publicly support torturers like Bainimarama, you know bloody well what would happen in the US. Seems you forgot the LA riot regarding the Rodney King Police beating. So stop trying to support a treacherous, torturing and gun slinging IG. Only you of people living overseas support this IG. The rest of the people, because they live in democrat governments do not support them at all.

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  76. Professor keep writing.
    Only Muslims have benefited from the coup as evident.
    Majority of the Hindus do not support Khayium.
    Khayium has ensured that his Muslims brothers and sisters hold top government position.
    i taukei PEOPLE must know that it is Khayium who had touched GCC, ETC ETC.
    The backlash one day should not come to Hindus as we are peaceful people.

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  77. elbourne sona levuMarch 24, 2013 at 2:28 PM

    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 TRIGGERED.

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  78. elbourne sona levuMarch 24, 2013 at 2:32 PM

    OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS WE WILL SEE MORE PEOPLE LIKE FRANCIS VERMA CRAWLING OUT OF THE WOODWORK.

    THEY DONT HAVE A BACKBONE. THEY'RE CALLED LEACHES. THEY CHANGE SIDES QUICKER THEN THEY CHANGE THEIR UNDERWEAR.

    ITS ONLY NATURAL FRANCIS. WE HAVE TO SURVIVE IN THIS WORLD. FORGET ABOUT ILLEGALITIES - AS LONG AS YOU'RE LINING YOUR POCKETS.








    OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS WE WILL SEE MORE PEOPLE LIKE FRANCIS VERMA CRAWLING OUT OF THE WOODWORK.

    THEY DONT HAVE A BACKBONE. THEY'RE CALLED LEACHES. THEY CHANGE SIDES QUICKER THEN THEY CHANGE THEIR UNDERWEAR.

    ITS ONLY NATURAL FRANCIS. WE HAVE TO SURVIVE IN THIS WORLD. FORGET ABOUT ILLEGALITIES - AS LONG AS YOU'RE LINING YOUR POCKETS.

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  79. Elbourne, just like shyster shameem...change sides so she can stay in nz. the dishonest bitch.
    i think you will find more than two magistrates

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  80. if kai india dont want fijian and rotuman land why this document not say it???? huh???
    because its the hidden agenda
    ymfs

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  81. elbourne sona levuMarch 24, 2013 at 3:17 PM

    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.







    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.

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  82. @Just Say It 3:10 PM


    ""if kai india dont want fijian and rotuman land why this document not say it???? huh???
    because its the hidden agenda""
    ymfs

    It does not say either that kai india want fijian and rotuman women or to be the first from Fiji to fly to the moon. Perhaps those are hidden agendas also. Beware of what you can not see !

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  83. kaiyum and kaiindia ruleMarch 24, 2013 at 4:22 PM

    because thats u mf kaiindia want..you in power u dont need to puit it in writing

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  84. We no dumb nativesMarch 24, 2013 at 4:24 PM

    u treat us like a bunch of morons who cant read between the lines.
    umfki

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  85. yes u mfki @4.17pm why u still here in our lands then???
    so u can steal some more??

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  86. Francis verma of USA, please just keep out of our business in Fiji! You may contribute those funds you intend to taulo your way through Bainimarama to your poor relatives that you abandoned in Fiji.

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  87. Sanaila, have you visited Walu bay to check out the Korean fishermen in case you find your father?

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

    Fiji is blessed!

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  89. Bainimarama's "dwindling and weakening mana" or his "maina" helped Fiji win in Hong Kong.

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  90. Sanaila CocksuckerMarch 26, 2013 at 11:01 AM

    Sanaila, now the secret is out.. you have chingy eyes because your mother fucked so many Korean fishermen..

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  91. Freedom Cell, I concur. Time for action, indeed.

    Contact me at Dakuwaqa2609@gmail.com.

    Time to take this to the next level.

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  92. Frank repent now your day is coming soon to meet your maker and ans all your bad deeds.

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