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Saturday, April 27, 2013

'Dog stealing' Fiji ambassador hides behind diplomatic immunity


Filimone Kau: pooches caper
Fiji's ambassador to South Korea, Filimone Kau, has been accused of stealing two fancy pooches from a 43 year old Korean woman.

The Korea Herald says Kau and his wife were at a local watering hole and were asked to watch the Shih Tzu and Pekingese dogs by the woman while she closed the bar but they ran off with the animals.

According to the Herald, the incident happened in February and Kau and his wife refused to give the dogs back until a week ago, and only after police visited the Fiji embassy.

Under the headline "Fiji envoy accused in Pekingese caper", the paper says the woman had no idea who Kau and his wife were until police trawled through CCTV footage.

The woman had told authorities all she knew about the pair was that they had visited the bar a few times and had said "They were from Fiji". 

Kau was summoned to the Seoul Yongsan Police Station but refused to turn up, citing diplomatic immunity. 
 
Kau and Bainimarama at office opening
He told Korean police when he eventually gave the dogs back, that he thought the woman had given them to him and his wife. 

Fiji and Korea established diplomatic relations in October in 1970, but only opened up the embassy in July last year.

Kau is Fiji's first resident ambassador to Korea.

144 comments:

  1. We in Fiji had murgi chor or chicken thief. Now we have kutta chor!!

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  2. Sa leqa gona na uluKAU!

    Dau butako koli. This is not even funny. Its downright shameful - a country ambassador being taken in for stealing little pooches. What next in a line of idiocies??

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  3. omg what does this dummy think

    this is not fiji where the natives help themselves to every others property but not share there own and hide behind the nltb

    as the saying goes the chiefs are big thieves

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  4. just a bit of additional shame for the Fiji military dictatorship.
    no big deal really.
    more serious thuggery has characterised the regime.
    remember the thug rulers stole a government !!

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  5. a dressed up monkey as ambassador of the banana republic of Fiji doing monkey businis in korea!!!

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  6. what's the name of the ambassador?
    silly-moni ulukau?
    how he become ambassador??

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  7. yeah ambassador of fiji like his political master - the dictator of fiji - all dressed up but still a buffoon!

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  8. in fiji fancy dogs get nicked and sold. it's a self-help income generating project for some enterprising young unemployed! fat ugly dogs get stolen for dinner!

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  9. editor,
    Is there anyone out there who is surprised that the Commonwealth has not taken any solid action against the Fiji military regime?
    Just remember this mob has embraced the authoritarian Sri Lankan regime notwithstanding its appalling human rights record. It is going ahead with its next meet scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka with Sri Lanka as the head!
    When it was put to the Commonwealth secretary Kamlesh Sharma in a press conference that this decision to allow Sri Lanka to host the next meet did not appear consistent with the Commonwealth's own recently refashioned charter he replied Sri Lanka has "shown itself to be sincere" (SBS News 27/4 6.30 PM)
    what nonsense!
    what a shameful way to uphold democracy!
    what hypocrisy!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  10. His explanation doesn't add up. Anyone honest would've given the dogs back straight away. If he was so sure the woman had gifted the doggies to him hen would've fronted at the police station pronto!

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  11. yeah the reluctant Commonwealth - reluctant to stick by it's own lofty proclamations. an irrelevant pathetic gathering of neo-colonialist.

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  12. Yaule!!! sa lei tara leqwa boto na driva tui.

    wai-KAU RA KOMO TUI.

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  13. Diplomacy 101 : Do not assume ownership of pet dogs belonging to citizens of a host country.It's bad diplomacy!

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  14. editor,
    We learn from 'Canada condemns Sri Lanka CHOGM choice' (AAP 27/4 SBS world News)that Canada's foreign minister condemned the decision to allow Sri Lanka to host the meeting in November as "accommodating evil". He said he was appalled because Canada joined the Commonwealth to combat evil, not to accommodate it.
    Commonwealth Sec-General Kamlesh Sharma said "there was no opposition to the November meeting being held in that country"
    It was a "collective decision".
    Sounds more like a collective shame ,doesn't it?
    I am sure dictators and authoritarian rulers everywhere will take heart from the Commonwealth's "collective decision"!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  15. They're all the same, Filimoni, Leweni, Teleni... All a bunch of retards.
    It's embarrasing to have people like this representing us.
    What a total fuckwit.
    I guess he is just another low down thief like his boss Bainisona.

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  16. editor,
    Can someone help me understand how State officials from two English speaking Commonwealth countries can have such diametrically opposite views regarding the CHOGM meeting in Sri Lanka ?
    I am particularly perplexed because they both read the one same Commonwealth Charter. Why then do we have a situation where the Canadian foreign minister is saying they are likely to boycott the meet because of Sri lanka's human rights violations and Australia's foreign minister maintains it would be counterproductive to skip the summit.
    Even the former Australian PM Malcolm Fraser joined dozens of prominent Australians in calling for Canberra to boycott unless there was significant progress in Sri Lanka's human rights record which they have not been seeing at the present time.
    Is the Charter not clear cut on what the Commonwealth is suppose to stand for and uphold?
    Bob Carr the Australian foreign minister says " Our challenge is to keep the pressure on to see further improvements..."
    We have seen that "pressure" at work against the Fiji Military Dictatorship. It hasn't moved it one bit from its planned agenda to consolidate its hold on power through a bogus "roadmap to democracy".
    where is the -----point in having all sorts of fancy charter and declarations and protocols and what have you when you not going to be following it HONESTLY?
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  17. Rajesh Chandra the USP's "chief academic" (?), Vice Chancellor and President, ceo, Most Brainy One , regime right ball should be removed without any delay before he steals someone's hotdog.
    He has already brought enough shame on the USP with his shameful disregard for academic freedom. Get him out now!

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  18. this Ulu Kau fella is the kind of shit fellas who used to be top dogs !! in PSC.

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  19. Kau, representative of his illegal Govt back in Fiji indeed upholds the principles, values, outlook and biliefs of his masters back in Fiji...ie they are of the same feathers who flock together..they are fraudsters, torturers, self seeking crooks and all they care for is their interests,,not surprising then that he is a thief , true to his colour like his sponsors back in Fiji.

    We cannot expect any different fron this Govt and its officials....

    Kau claims deplomatic immunity to the Korean Govt just like his sponsors in Fiji wanting to embed their immunity from prosecution and imprisonment via their proposed contaemptable constitution...To all of us, it is our duty to bring this illegal Govt down.

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  20. Typical of regime characteristics. Thief, and when caught tries to use immunity exactly like what our rouges in Fiji are doing. This man was caught in some misdemeanour and should be sent home for damaging the name of Fiji.

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  21. He took them because he thought one of the pooches is his twin brother.

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  22. C4.5 you sure you have the correct photo of Filimoni Kau? that's not one of the dogs he nicked in mufti dress?

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  23. every day and his master has in day in court

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  24. FIJI SHOULD BE DECLARED CHRISTIAN STATE.
    CHIEFS ACCEPTED CHRIST AND CHANGED IT LIFES.
    KHAIYUM DONT LIKE IT .HE CAN LIVE FIJI WITH HIS ELITE MUSLIM GROUP AND BAI/CRONIES THE ANTI CHRIST.
    KHAIYUM CUNNING PLAN TO FORCE BKC SHOULD BE REJECTED BY THE PEOPLE NOW .
    IF BKC IS FORCE THAT IT.
    FIJI WILL BECOME STRONG HOLD OF MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD LIKE EYGPT.
    WE HAVE MUSLIM ALREADY LINED UP ON TOP ARMY/GOVT POST.
    LOOK AT AZIZ WHO WILL BE NEXT COMMANDER
    KHAIYUM NEXT COMMANDER IN CHIEF AS -PM OF FIJI.
    NAZHAT WILL BE CHIEF JUSTICE /VP
    FRANK WILL BE PRESIDENT OF FIJI.
    FIJIAN ARMY/POLICE IS TO BE BLAMED FOR GCC/CHURCH/GOVT FALL BEC THEY SUPPORT THE REGIME .
    IF ARMY/POLICE DONT SUPPORT KHAIYUM/REGIME IT WILL FALL.
    WAKE UP FIJIANS DONT LET BKC FORCED ON YOUR PEOPLE.
    LAND /LOTU/CULTURE WILL OUT LIKE GCC.
    FIGHT FOR YOUR COUNTRY/GOD NOW.
    GOD BLESS
    RAJESH

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  25. We should all be proud of such sophisticated diplomats representing our beautiful nation overseas. It just shows that we do not need an election, we have the best possible govt in place and the strongest leadership in a generation. People should stop bad mouthing gentlemen like Kau. He has made a small mistake which should be covered by the new immunity provisions of our wonderful new constitution.

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  26. AUSS/NZ UN /USA /UK/EU SHOULD GET RID OF ALL DICTATORS OUT ASAP.
    LOOK AT PEOPLE SUFFERING IN SYRIA /FIJI/OTHERS.
    WHY USA/UN/UK DONT GO IN NOW AND SAVE CIVILIANS DYING IN SYRIA.
    WAKE UP UN/OTHERS YOU HAVE THE ROLE TO PLAY AND SAVE THE WORLD FROM THE EVIL DICTATORS.
    SHAME ON YOU ALL.
    WHY DOUBLE STANDARD ? YOU GUYS WENT TO IRAQ/LIBYA/OTHERS.
    WHY NOT SYRIA./FIJI/OTHERS WHERE THE DICTATORS ARE RULING BY THE GUNS.
    MAKE A WORLD A BETTER PLACE PLS.WE NEED FREEDOM/DEMOCRACY .
    GOD BLESS THE POOR/DYING.
    RAJESH

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  27. editor,
    The Thurston Garden of today as described by Val Salama (FT 28/4) is a far cry from the Thurstan garden of colonial time. Then it was indeed a "beautiful garden" in every sense.Now it has apparently gone to seed.The heritage garden's deterioration is symbolic testimony of the BACKWARD trend in post-colonial Fiji. The demise of parliamentary democracy is of course its most poignant reminder. And, a damning indictment of the mediocrity of local political leadership.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  28. Is anyone really surprised at this. The next we will hear is that God told him to do it.

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  29. Does anyone know much about one Sudesh who was a lecturer at fiji national university and who was fired for some alleged porno he made?

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  30. @ Paula 9:45am

    You are one seriously screwed-up dude! A sophisticated diplomat is one who steals dogs? Why do you need the dogs in the first place? Maiyaso...Define 'best possible govt in place' ... one that preaches one thing but does the exact opposite? One that feathers its own nest at the expense of the rest (present, future [and even past])? Strong leadership - in bullying tactics maybe but in every other aspect, nothing more than a morally corrupt dictatorship? Gentlemen? What is a gentlemen - one who sneaks away with prized pooches and feigns amnesia when caught...on ccvtv...

    You Paula have obviously got pooch poo for brains.

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  31. Rajend...we are talking about dog thieves...but in your usual self grandstanding manner... wanna talk about Thurston gardens? Mind boggling. Really now. Just do it, start your own blog and talk about anything you want.

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  32. Anoter kuta or kutia is rajesh singh. He barks only. Yes from NZ. Hope he can bite and catches the first flight to fiji. People like him giving a bad name to the opposition to the regime given his kutia attitude.

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  33. As punishment, the Korean government should strip him naked and throw him in the cell with the two dogs.
    lol.

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  34. This is bullshit...you can't believe this ever happened. It's just sour grapes from haters. Come on C4.5...did this really happen??

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  35. This is a grave disgrace not only in diplomatic circles, but of all Fijians or any Fiji passport holders. He should be removed from office and tried in the Fiji court system, regardless of his claims. Now every Fijian and/or Fiji passport holder passing through any boarder will be scrutinized and suspected as a potential thief. THis government should really step aside, just stop all the be smart talk and hand over leadership back to a committee that represent the interest of all people (GCC, Religious institutions, and resident Diplomats) to select an interim government. Maybe they will find favor in the eyes of the people and be spared. How long will they keep playing this game, what is the end game for them: poverty that leads to another such as rise of criminal gangs (they already have that on their side); or blood shed, not to them but among the people while they take sides? GDP is falling, so as investment. Are they risking the development of the next 20 years or they envisage poor development or lack thereof for the next 50 years, and claim that they can do better? Frank and Kayum, to the right thing, STEP ASIDE and hand it over. It is time. Someone said, "it's not what the country can do for you, its what you can do for the country. At the moment, the two of you, and your ministers are looking at it from the other perspective, and that is to milk the cow dry before you can sell off the carcass. Do the honorable thing, and hand it over.

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  36. He's barking mad. Thief.

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  37. Thieving dognappers -- not representative of Fijians, but VERY representative of this regime! Yeah, better include immunity for that in the new constitution, and make a new decree to permit it, too.

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  38. "Our" ambassador and his wife they had visited the bar a few times and said they were from Fiji according to this restuarant owner whose poodle they had pinched. how many other bars "our"ambassador and his wife visiting there on "our" behalf! I hope they are not only working but also able to have some leisure!

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  39. can we look pass some negatives and focus on more negatives regarding the regime!

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  40. why are we talking about dog thieves when this is bullshit, it did not happen it's sour grapes from haters?
    come on people don't lie. leave the lying and thieving to the regime thugs and their lackeys like this ambassador man and his wife.

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  41. @Rajend Naidu

    You really are becoming a total bore and demonstrating more and more that you are suffering from 'small man syndrome'.

    The subject of this article is 'dog stealing' by a representative of Fiji in a foreign country.

    So what the hell has Thurston Gardens and its state got to do with it ? We also read the papers, and yes we can read just as well as you.

    Perhaps someone with a balanced mind would have also considered the massive improvement of the seawall and Nasesse seafront suprisingly being done under the same government. But of course you are not aware of this because you are not here so have limited info to base your crusade on.

    Sad and just so pathetic.

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  42. ambassador butako kuli.
    mind boggling yaar!

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  43. @anonymous 12:47
    Its not sour grapes.
    Mr & Mrs Kau did steal the dogs. They first wanted IMMUNITY, but the Police went to their house and retrieved the two dogs.

    Here is the link to the story in the Korea Newspaper :

    http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20130424000628

    This is so embarrasing.

    Mr Ulu Kau is Fiji's first ambasador to Korea.
    What a way to start.

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  44. could a state representative trained in the old colonial system have got himself into the (dog)mess this ambassador has got himself into? when standards deteriorate - as the Thursday Garden case aptly shows - you can end up with such misfit people being top dogs . Or, is it the other way round? you have such misfits as top dogs in the government than standards are bound to decline.

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  45. @anon Apr 27 7:46pm, watch your mouth u racist prick. The natives do not condone what this amateur diplomat did.Do u have a problem with the natives and the chiefs? Accept the reality and the fact that the natives will come out winners as this illegal regime have now realised that the natives's interests are of superior importance. Cool down and accept reality of the massive change in FrankiE's game plan as he knows that without the chiefs he will end up drinking home brew at Naboro.

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  46. The ambassador and his wife claimed they didn't think they'd done anything wrong by taking the dogs, so why did they stop frequenting the bar?

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  47. Filimone Kau has really stepped in it this time!

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  48. Under this regime, Fiji is going to the dogs!

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  49. are we really only talking about dog stealing by a representative of Fiji in a foreign country?
    are we not simultaneously talking ETHICAl CONDUCT and GOOD LEADERSHIP on the part of ALL representatives of Fiji both inside the country and outside?
    and when we do that we find inside the country our leaders have been liars and outside the country our representatives have been peddling lies to promote the regime.
    It is NOT the business of a self-appointed military government to build sea walls etc - without any accountability and transparency. This "same government" - the illegal one under a superior court ruling - is a massive fraud on the nation. we need to keep that in the front of our minds. IT is understandable that some don't want to do that and don't want others to do that as well! But that won't happen. Fiji still has man and women of integrity who will not shy away from the truth. and for some others including the foreigners who have attached themselves like a bakewa to the illegal regime truth is a bitter pill to swallow. we know where they are coming from. they are about their own vested interest but pretend it's all about the public good and what sacrifice they are making for it. they are your regular bullshit propagandist who have got into the habit of frequently this pro-democracy blog site C4.5 to peddle their regime propaganda.

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  50. I need to say this. I dont like the Draft Constitution and during the Constitution talks at Laucala Campus organised by the School of Governance, A youth Activist stood up and challenged everyone there to "Change their Mindset" and "Act to save Fiji" from more "Damage". After he spoke, I went and read a copy of the Constitution Draft, and I got so pissed off. I just want to write in and say thanks to the School of Governance for organizing that session. I am now informed and I thank that Youth Activist, (I will not name him, but he knows who he is) who challenged me to Change first before I expect my Leaders to Change! We need to Change first before we expect Fiji to Change.
    #ForFijiEverFiji

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  51. Ulukau se ulu kumala se ululala?

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  52. Guys, his excellency was only trying to save the dog since dogs are known to be a korean delicacy!

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  53. Hahahaha I like the koli and ulu kau story. Also the kuta and kutia side of it. My favourate soapy after cosby show is post on C4.5.

    Some people suddenly become expert economist while some become good linesman. While some aspiring to be politicans throw everything and some use the poor fijians for their self interest.

    Keep up the dog story in a dogs life.

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  54. Scooby-Dooby-Doo, where are you?
    With Ambassador Kau now.
    Scooby-Dooby-Doo, where are you?
    In a diplomatic row now.
    Come on Scooby-Doo, I see you
    Pretending you've got immunity
    But you're not fooling me
    'cause I can see, you can't lie with impunity.
    Your crimes you will atone Scooby-Doo, right before our eyes.
    Don't look back!

    And Scooby-Doo, when we collar you, you're going to get yourself a Scooby Smack!
    That's a fact!

    GO!

    Scooby-Dooby-Doo, here are you
    You're ready and you're trying
    We can count on you
    Scooby-Doo, ever to be lying
    But your lies we just aren't buying.
    Yeah!

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  55. Fiji needs to immediately send a senior CID officer to Seoul and carry out an investigation. He should than escort the ambassador and the wife back to Fiji. They should be charged for theft of animal. We simply can not sweep this under the carpet.

    Inoke Kubuabola should bear the brunt also for his poor judgement in the appointment of Ulukau. This clearly shows that Inoke Kubuabola's inability to find some one with good character and high moral standard. I guess on has to have high moral standard and be of good character to find some of his own caliber.

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  56. have you gang seen the photos of the doggies? no wonder ulu kau developed an instant affinity with them!

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  57. @ Anonymous 2.08 PM
    I like the way you put it : short, sharp, succinct.

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  58. People please show some Respect for "our" ambassador to korea.
    (please ignore this message!)

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  59. editor,
    US President Barack Obama used this year's annual White House Correspondents'Association dinner "to poke fun at himself and some of his political adversaries" (yahoo!7news 28/4).
    Can Fiji's dictator do that? Remember you need mature minds to do that!
    We know what Fiji's dictator can do though. He can intimidate and coerce ALL his political adversaries. He has demonstrated that very ably since he took over the government and appointed himself Prime Minister - without needing a single citizen to vote for him!
    Now that's a feat even President Obama could not achieve. The man had to go all over the country literally begging his fellow citizens to vote for him to be President for 8 years. Frank Bainimarama dispense with all that and will still have enjoyed power for 8 years assuming there is a democratic election - the free and fair variety - in 2014.
    sincerely
    rajend naidu
    sydney
    (this letter is dedicated to anon 11.10 AM and anon 2.41 PM - assuming they are not the one same person)

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  60. @BC 2.43 PM
    of course he did.
    anon 12.47 is a regime lackey in denial. remember the dictator was in denial about carrying out a coup. he maintained it was a "clean up" campaign. that shouldn't be too hard to remember. it's not such a long time back, is it?

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  61. Professor of Kamasutra Dr Mahendra KumarApril 28, 2013 at 6:53 PM


    To Anon 10:23am: We do not know about any porn actor Sudesh but we know about former UniFiji VC Dr mahendra kumar, Fiji's own professor of kamasutra. UniFiji is bankrolled by the illegal Bainimarama regime, and is in turn supported by people like kamlesh Arya and Davendra Pathik, the Arya Samaj mafia that run Unifiji. UniFiji is a hotbed of corruption and nepotism. It exists mainly to support a corrupt and bankrupt bainimarama regime and provide jobs family and friends. After preaching anti-corruption and nepotism kamlesh Arya shamelessly gave himself registrar's job. Dr Mahendra Kumar with a roving eye for young girls was nepotistically appointed by daddy-in-law Davendra Pathik as VC, only to be sacked after he was discovered mounting a woman in his office. UniFiji is immoral and corrupt and a waste of taxpayers money, just like this baini regime.

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  62. This is the last straw; Fiji's Ambassador to Sth Korea apprehended for stealing 2 pet dogs and he insists the Authorities have no right to charge him claiming Diplomatic Immunity.
    Inoke kubuabola, the Foreign Minister, the instigator of all Coups is goning to bail him out for sure;what next?
    This country is run by thugs,
    thieves, morally bankcrupt koolies;
    what else can you expect from this regime and its appointees. Total disaster and there is no light at the end of the tunnel.
    Baini/Arse pleeeeeeeeeeeeze for the sake of this country give up your stupid dreams and hand over the reigns to an interim govt which will see thru consultative process and enactment of a Constitution and an election in 2014.
    Bring back former Governor of RBF Savenaca Narube as acting PM and appoint 8 Ministers to carry out this task.I have every confidence our beloved country can bounce back from Economic disaster and portray as a shining light once again in the South Pacific.




    My

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  63. Rajend naidu,

    I like your posts. It makes me cry. I note that you have moved from being the tatti falla to a ponga pundit, the expect on all affairs and master of none.

    As your former collague at social welfare we remember you splitting hair looking for kutu. You have not changed over the years.

    I understand that with the natural demise of FLP senior leaders we hope u can come down and lead the party.

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  64. What about the shaggy dog Davies?
    Is he still Bai's favorite dog or has he been ursurped by Shazzer?
    And then of course there is the Qorvis dogs. All of them smelling each others arse.

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  65. Nice one! @ 4.04pm

    Vakaloloma dina the junta's dog-thief duo hiding behind diplomatic immunity in Korea.

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  66. I see Rajend Naidu is on par -- five letters, and only one is (tangentially) relevant to the topic. The only thing missing are the anonymous postings -- from Naidu himself, of course -- supporting himself and praising himself as an intellectual, humanist, etc. Maybe that's coming next.

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  67. Wtf! kau thinks he's like bainimarama to take anything at will.

    baini couped government; kau couped korean dog and refused to hand it back? wth!

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  68. ...we can read...
    so you can read.but remember there are two ways to read. one to read and accept what you read at face value. two, to read and cast a critical eye on what you read. good example is the racist playground rhymes of the 1960s like Eeny,Meeny, Miny,Mo ... and Policeman policeman don't catch me, catch the nigger boy behind the tree, he stole money, I stole none, Put him jail just for fun...
    Now there are two ways to read the draft constitution. the superficial way without grasping it's true meaning and ramifications ( the way the regime propagandist want you to) or to read it with a critical eye to examine and analyse it's intentions and implications (the way the critics want you to).
    yes we can all read but how many truly understand what we read ?

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  69. Well, you cant really blame the woman. Innocent-looking foreign couple. Who woulda thunk they would run off with the mutts. Just be thankful they didnt end up as ke-gogi kabobs.

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  70. Silly Mone Ulukau did steal the dogs, so the assholes above who said it's all lies are barking mad.

    And as for rajend Naidu, please stop spewing shit here, semi Meo used to spew shit but he's gone now, hopefully forever,

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  71. the attack dogs are out again to get rajend naidu.one dog claims to be "your former colleague at social welfare". sounds more like a slimy scoundrel then a "colleague" who is harbouring some personal grudge.
    but he remains anonymous so it could very well be someone who was never a social welfare colleague but a current regime operative or lackey, perhaps even Qorvis gang - because character assasination is their modus operandi .

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  72. editor,
    The Ministry of Social Welfare has noted an increase "in the number of children seen begging for money around the country" and it has also noted "an increase in the number of adult beggars in the country" (Fiji Times 29/4).
    Why should this be the case in the "new Fiji" and the "better Fiji" the illegal Bainimarama "government" has been building? Could it be that the regime propagandists claim of "massive improvements" under "this government" is fictional and that massive poverty is now a growing reality ?
    The beggar population increase is but one reflection of that reality.
    There are of course many other dimensions as any student of Sociology 101 will tell you.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney
    (this letter is dedicated to my former anonymous social welfare colleague above)

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  73. Put yourselves in their shoes. if you werent getting paid, wouldnt you get your hustle on too? Those three rats would've been "hello-kitty purses by now. "Huh? What dog?"

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  74. Only eight postings this time by Rajend Naidu -- well, nine, if you count the anonymous one he wrote supporting himself. I'm breathless with anticipation as I await his next comment. Shouldn't be long in coming!

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  75. Steal dogs and get sent home in ignominy. Steal a government and get sent to the UN General Assembly as a head of government.

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  76. this kulina kau doggie kidnapping is too kanpusing for me! maybe the ambassador was "on high" and also kanpused but to be on the safe side decided to play his trump card - diplomatic immunity! apparently no one told him diplomatic immunity is a card used very sparingly and judiciously. certainly not for this sort of shitty trouble. where was the diplomat's art of negotiation and reconciliation and all that sort of thing?

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  77. I don't understand why we would conduct the extremely expensive exercise of establishing embassies and high commissions in countries that already have representation here unless its absolutely necessary like Australi and New Zealand. South Korea and Malaysia, India etc., l have resient reps based in Fiji. Lets save much needed money and close those offices down. And if you must have these representative offices overseas, send the best and brightest, not a monkey in a suit.

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  78. Khaiyum is preparing Fiji for a islamist state.
    Muslim antichrist will rule as in the book of daniel Elite .Muslims have taken top post in govt and boards.
    Where are the christians. church been oppressed by khaiyum decree.
    We have to wake up.
    As christians and defend our christian religion,god,country,family,freedom and democracy
    Anti christ Islam takes away our freedom and christ.
    This is the last days as the prophet daniel said .
    Fiji have to be declared Christian State and let all other religion practice its faith.
    Iran and middle east are islamist state .
    why not Fiji..
    Church leaders/Christians time for you to defend Christ.
    I an a sinner not saints .
    god bless
    Rajesh

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  79. The China Railway No.1 has submitted a report asking the Public Rental Board if they can work together to solve the commercial dispute over the development of the new Raiwai flats which is now on hold.

    Acting Deputy Secretary for Local Government, Urban Development and Housing Kolinio Bola said the dispute is over three issues which the PRB will look into.

    Bola said the dispute is over China Railway exceeding the $9 million contract budget they were allocated which now stands at $19 million, the company not following the building code of Fiji and structural requirements.

    He added that the PRB will meet tomorrow to make a decision.

    Construction of the new PRB Raiwai flats has been on hold for a few months.

    Story by: Filipe Naikaso

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  80. @Anon 9.47 AM
    your posting is too good! what an insight!
    and Anon 9.45 your posting is too shitty!what a waste!

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  81. Like i've always say, we don't really need these foreign affairs
    office,
    unless we can gain by way of trades and other economic benefits?
    We have a very small economy and we need to be careful
    where our dollars goes.
    I'm pretty sure someone else are calling the shot here,
    not Bainimarama or Khaiyum.
    But someone much cunning
    then the two put together?I'm betting it can only be
    Anthony Gate
    the Gay CJ asseole?He is the real mastermind of the current regime!

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  82. editor,
    Bangladesh Factory Tragedy - lessons for Fiji.
    The fugitive owner of the collapsed 8 storey building housing 5 garment factories has been caught fleeing to India. Police arrested the owner Mohammed Sohel Rana and 3 proprietors of export oriented garment factories for forcing workers to work in the building despite it developing visible cracks a day before the tragedy(AAP 29/4, 5.19 AM).
    The building collapse killed over 381 people and seriously injured over 1000 workers -many of whom had to have their limbs amputated to free them from the rubble.
    The Bangladesh factory collapse is a good case-study on how capitalist pigs parasite on poor people without regard to their lives or well-being.
    Many such capitalist scoundrels gravitate to third world banana republics especially the ones that have had a coup because they have an ideal environment to do business (no trade union nuisance, not much trouble about accountability and transparency - just grease the right palms).
    The people of Fiji need to be vigilant against such capitalist exploiters from abroad - in mining, in fisheries,etc.
    And of course keep a good lookout on the local variety as well.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney
    (this letter is ddedicated to Sanaila 8.28AM)

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  83. Afterall it was a bunch of foreigners that drafted bainikaiyum constitution without any input from locals. These marketing campaign by aiyarse is just a waste of money...since when did they thought of the people

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  84. Rajend Naidu, you can't fool us. Sometime you posted anonymousely, other times under your name. If you think you have something to offer then return to Fiji and see if you can succeed, otherwise shut the hell up and be content that you absconded. As for Ulukau, shame he stole a dog and asked for diplomatic immunity. That means, he knew he was stealing a dog so to make excuses is just pathetic. Thieving dog.

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  85. Dr kamasutra mahendra kumar vs USP's naked emperor Prof Rajesh ChandraApril 29, 2013 at 1:31 PM

    In red corner, we have UniFiji's Professor of kamasutra, aka wannabe casanova Dr mahendra Kumar.

    In the blue corner, we have USP's salulu VC, the naked emperor, aka country boy Professor Rajesh Chandra.

    The nepotistic tentacles of the regime has even spread even to tertiary instituons, where the rot starts from the top.

    God save Fiji.

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  86. Rajend, "capitalist" is not a epithet to those of us who actually work and invest.

    You should try it some time. You might even accomplish something useful, like creating gainful employment for someone.

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  87. @Anonymous 9.45 AM
    Are you still counting the postings by Rajend Naidu? When you finish counting on your fingers move on to your toes! and if you get stuck get Sanaila or Kamlesh Kumar - your fellow Rajend Naidu watchers - to help you out!

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  88. @Rajend Naidu

    The latest building collapse in India is one of many disasters that have been caused by the need of some to make money and many others to earn money to feed themselves.

    Along with the many other atrocities such as rape that have also been recently highlighted in India these things are all happening under a democracy.

    Fortunately in Fiji we are starting to see much shouting for the need to tackle such despicable crimes as rape and see some results of stiff sentences being handed out.

    We are also aware here that a stop has been put on some building work due to concerns regarding standards and codes and OHS adherence is becoming more prominent.

    Whatever your concerns regarding the present government and the state of Fiji we are not quite as backward as you seem to want some to believe.

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  89. @Anonymous 2.02 PM
    your reading is very backward!
    the factory building collapse rajend naidu refers to happened in BANGLADESH not India. you Idiot.

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      Is Bangladesh in USA ?

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  90. Reading the blogs tells me one thing "we are just good at talking and fighting with the pen or help of the key board"m

    Some like to write the same message repeating, they should just cope and paste. unfortunately rejesh singh does not have it.

    Some like to write from afar with views that are 20 years out of date.

    Some like to be called experts but all they do is put others articles. Rajend naidu is a so called expert.

    Some think their names will give them edge. Like mike manning.

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  91. No diplomatic immunity for dog-thievesApril 29, 2013 at 6:42 PM

    Pekingese pups are very expensive, indoor dogs. I understand that they're priced in the $1,500 - $2,000 range.

    So how on earth did Silly-mone Ulukau and wifey ever think that the true owner would just give the pups away esp. to complete strangers who happen to be foreigners?

    What lousy liars these thieving duo representing Fiji are!

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  92. editor,
    DW-Journal 29/4, 4.00 PM
    A German newspaper has reported that an investigation into corruption in Fifa the world soccer body has revealed that it has been a den for "corrupt football functionaries" for a long time.They "use their positions of power" to cut crooked deals. Those named include the former Fifa president and the current one.
    Again we have a reminder here that very crooked people can be perched as top dogs in top institutions wielding power and influence and don the garb of respectability.
    Some of these top dogs even reach the pinnacle of power - State power.
    A good society must be keep a constant look-out for such so called respectable pillars of society.
    They must be recognised for what they really are - grand crooks.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  93. Kau the ulu kau, was just upset that he was no longer popular in Fiji like when he still in the army, he thought of doing something stupid to.bring his name up again.

    Well he stole the.two.dogs was either to eat them or screw them, thats the South Koren people are making fun of it.. hahaha, tamata ulu kau,

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  94. @Anonymous 4:03 PM

    You are correct and the first to spot my error.

    Bangladesh is although a democracy, and has the same building construction problems along with the same emerging rape concerns as India.

    They are both a part of the Indian subcontinent sharing the same border so my comment stays the same.

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  95. Do not forget Dr Ganesh Chand and his sidekick Dr Mahendra Reddy who control FNU. These two Labasians are as thick as thieves with Baini. Kaiindia from Labasa taking over not only Suva but all of Fiji. Go Labasa!

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  96. Woof! Woof! GRRRRRR.....April 29, 2013 at 8:51 PM

    Can someone please confirm if this Silly-Moni Ulukau is the very one and same advisor/personal secretary to our former and late President Iloilo during the coup and immediately thereafter?

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  97. Grrrrr @ the butako doggiesApril 29, 2013 at 8:59 PM

    @ 7.03pm

    Everyone knows that the exploitation of child-labour in tiny, oppressive sweatshops are rampant in Bangladesh.


    Made in Bangladesh and sold in USA.

    Hope that helps?

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  98. editor,
    here's another good one.Imran Khan
    the man who is likely to become the next President of Pakistan or failing that a major opposition voice said in an exclusive interview with a SBS reporter whilst on his election campaign tour around the country that "80% of the political leaders in Pakistan are criminals. if they were in a western democracy they'd be in jail!" He said he "has doubts about the other 20% but of the 80% he is sure".
    He said "the one thing I will never do is to lie to the nation" (SBS 29/4, 6.30 PM)
    By contrast we have political leaders in the Fiji military dictatorship whose speciality is to lie to the nation!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney.
    (this letter is dedicated to all the fuckers who don't like my postings!)

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  99. @rajend 6:47 PM

    Very good point and perhaps one that was considered by the Fiji government when introducing the political parties decree.

    Will be so much easier to spot any corrupt politicians now as they they will have to declare their assets before and during the term of office just as in other countries.

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  100. The thieving Ulu-kaus should count their lucky stars they're not in PNG, where they're likely to be chopped to bite pieces by the dog owners.

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  101. at the present time fiji has no Fiji Government only an illegal military regime which has disregarded the fundamental principles of good democratic governance - such as ... well that's well know.no point repeating that.
    no I wouldn't bank on this regime's political parties regulation decree to stop corrupt politicians. in fact I wouldn't bank on any of its decrees. they are all unlawful vis-a-vis the Fiji Appeal Court decision which ruled the regime illegal. the intention of the political parties decree is not to stop corrupt politicians. it is to stop political opponents of the regime. however believes the former just shows his or her naivete.

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  102. thou shall not steal
    especially if thou art an ambassador
    and especially not pet doggies belonging to people from friendly countries!
    ok to steal in australia and new zealand because they are not friendly countries.
    and australia and nz know about diplomacy. this doggie matter would have been handled very diplomatic: it would have been swept under the carpet and covered up diplomatically...

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  103. Takes after his name Ulu KAu

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  104. Tsk, tsk, Rajend Naidu. An "intellectual" like you, running out of vocabulary?

    What Rajend leaves unspoken is the thought that since he's not Imran Khan, he's free to lie to us at any time.

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  105. Rajend Naidu writes: "The Bangladesh factory collapse is a good case-study on how capitalist pigs parasite on poor people without regard to their lives or well-being."

    Rajend seems to regard "capitalist" as an epithet, even though capitalism is the greatest system of wealth creation and economic distribution ever devised. Perhaps if Rajend had a job and invested his money in job-creating industries he might have a better understanding and appreciation.

    Oh, and it isn't as if building collapses are a phenomenon exclusive to capitalist societies. China, for example, has had many. But Rajend never lets the facts get in the way of his dogma.

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  106. are there capitalists in Communist China? And are they any different from capitalist in democratic capitalist societies? and are there capitalist pigs in communist china - the species who parasite on the weak and vulnerable in their society?

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  107. @anon10.58... you pretty much sum it up about rajend's dogma. he tells it like an Irish story...never let the truth get in the way of a good story.
    Now lets see Rajend respond with attacks of you.. you anon bastards, etc, etc. wow the humanist intellectual is a wonder

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  108. editor,
    ABC Newsline's Jim Middleton reporting the Malaysian Elections from KL (30/4) showed the ruling party (the one that holds the record of being the longest ruling party in the world)is openly (kullum kulla)buying votes with money or assistance in kind claiming it is "targeted assistance" only.
    Not hard to see how it has managed to keep its longest ruling party record(since 1956).
    And not hard to see as well why Fiji's rogue rulers are such great admirers of the Malaysian model!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney
    (this letter is dedicated to Anonymous 1.09 PM who is clearly a great fan of mine!)

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  109. Anonymous 12:58 is Rajend Naidu yet again.

    Who else uses the noun 'parasite' as though it were a verb?

    But hey, don't forget, he's an "intellectual".

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  110. Aaaahhhh.....Yongsan! Couldnt have come up with a better place for the embassy. I see they still have bitches out on the streets in the wee hours of the morning. The 4-legged variety. And the diplomatic corp...always up to no good in the wee hours of the morning in Itaewon. Nothing much has changed.

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  111. Filimoni Kau is the man from Kadavu? How come Bainimarama continously appoints most Fijian
    I Taukei to all these top internation office positions?Why not the Kai Idia or Kai Jaina?Are
    they not qualified to represent Fiji abroad?Are they not too trusted to represent our Vanua? You see, this is
    why i'm begining to like Bainimarama, cause inspite
    of what everyone else
    said about him-for defending these carawai,he's still showing his nationalistic nature by these appointments?

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  112. small minds preoccupy themselves with the petty so it is with anonymous 1.05AM . according to the wisdom of the great German philosopher Eric Fromm one must not have a fetishism with words because it's not the words but their underlying meaning that is of the essence. of course you don't expect a small mind like anon 105 to grasp that. let me try another word for his illucidation - predatory.
    predatory capitalism the kind responsible for the Bangladesh tragedy.

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  113. next time that Rubbish Nair fella takes a diplomats' training workshop for Fijians he should remember to tell them no dog stealing is allowed!

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  114. Any updates on the regime's scandalous goon and the stolen pekingese dogs in Korea?

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  115. Rajend Naidu, we're all great fans of yours -- just not as big a fan of you as you are of yourself.

    You can say that predatory capitalism is responsible for the Bangladesh tragedy, but a simpler explanation is selfishness. It also explains the Fiji tragedy.

    Given how self-centred you are, it would seem to be a major part of your motivation as well.

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  116. rajend naidu is his own biggest fan.please everyone accept that as gospel because Anonymous 1.17 AM says so. never mind that it is just a cheap substitute for a reasoned argument against anything rajend naidu has posted here.
    that of course is the way of the mediocre mind.

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  117. only a simplistic mind would attribute the Bangladesh factory collapse tragedy to mere "selfishness" rather than structured systematic exploitation under global capitalism. obviously someone who is not familiar with the literature on global capitalism

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  118. Right, we can't all be GREAT MINDS like Rajend Naidu! Lol.

    For most of us, the principle of Occam's Razor still applies. When a simple explanation suffices, we don't need to proliferate wilder and more complex explanations, by which "New Wave Apparels" of Bangladesh somehow becomes the poster child for "global capitalism", even if, for all we know, its owners regard themselves as socialists.

    Instead of reading psychologists like Fromm to understand capitalism, Rajend might do better to read economists, beginning with the Austrian School.

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  119. No you don't need a GREAT MIND, just an open mind to acquire a better understanding of the true nature of things. Unfortunately Anonymous 4.08 PM does not seem to have such a mind.Hence the reductionistic rubbish from him. People interested in a proper analysis of the Bangladesh factory collapse should check out PBS Newhour 2/5 segment on the global capitalist networks behind cheap garment production in a "desperate poverty" country like Bangladesh . The May Day Rallies right across South East Asia to protest low wages and appalling working conditions is a protest against capitalist exploitation of workers in such countries.

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  120. I hope "the workers" enjoyed their day off.

    The rest of us were at work.

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  121. Rajend might be a tad arrogant and he may not have the best understanding of political economy, but he does have a good grasp of the political situation in Fiji, and isn't that what we're supposed to be discussing, after all? Also, unlike you nameless cyber bullies out there, he does sign his name to some of his comments. You've made your points, so now leave the poor guy alone.

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  122. Rajend copies from other articles and posted them in here. For goodness sake stop promoting this wannabe guy because it's a known fact he dropped out of school. End of story.

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  123. @Kamlesh - Rajend syndicates his letters to a number of blogs including C4.5.

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  124. Anonymous 10.50 PM whoever he is is not a person who respects workers rights. He might be the type who does not respect human rights . A right wing reactionary rascol.that is what he is.

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  125. Sounds likelier to me that Anonymous @ 10:50 PM is just tired of the intellectual pretensions and self-righteous moralising by effete, patronising, and dishonest socialists like Rajend Naidu.

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  126. Anonymous 10.50 PM is "just tired of the pretentious,self-righteous,moralising by effete,patronizing and dishonest socialist like Rajend Naidu" so he goes and denigrates workers . Wow!
    what a skunk!

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  127. Who denigrated workers? When? How?

    The only ones denigrated were:

    1) Those who regard 'capitalist' as an epithet;

    2) The selfish;

    3) The self-centred;

    4) Those who proliferate wilder and more complex explanations where simpler answers also apply;

    5) Rioting protestors;

    6) Pseudo-intellectuals;

    7) Self-righteous moralisers;

    8) The effete;

    9) The patronising;

    10) The dishonest;

    And

    11) Rajend Naidu.

    I'd say that YOU'RE the one denigrating us the real workers if you think that any of the foregoing characterisations apply to us.

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  128. "Rajend syndicates his letters to a number of blogs including C4.5". For crying out loud, you're not actually paying for this crap, are you?

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  129. with his ad hominem Anonymous 2.26 PM has soundly beaten rajend naidu . Can C4.5 please reward him with his prize - say 5 cents worth of brain!

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  130. he thod it was his small brothers

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  131. Rajend, what a hypocrite you've revealed yourself to be! Your own comments -- signed or otherwise -- are chock-a-block full of ad homiinem attacks. In fact, they consist of little else.

    This is a case of the pot calling the kettle black.

    If C4.5 is actually paying for your commentary, then it should demand a refund.

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  132. at least I rajend naidu have revealed myself and others are free to judge me as they see fit as you - anon 9.57 PM - have rushed to do.But you yourself remain hidden.what does that say about you?

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  133. Maybe it says I'm not a self-promoter.

    Maybe it says I'm not running for political office.

    Maybe it says that I work for a living. I'm not blogging for fame or notoriety or pay.

    Maybe it says that I'm not writing from the safety of Sydney.

    Now, tell us, Rajend, can you make any of those claims yourself?

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  134. Bula! Earlier I asked the nameless cyber bullies to leave Rajend Naidu alone. Now my advice is for Rajend: When you're already in a hole, stop digging. What you're revealing about yourself now is even less flattering than their depiction of you.

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  135. Rajend, you indeed an uneducated man. Your names are proper nouns and you should use capitals, but since you lack basic literacy, I suggest you return to school and continue where you left off. By the way, your mate Bocimarama also dropped out at form 4.

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  136. Sanaila, I argue with Rajend when he's wrong, which, whenever he strays from the subject of Fiji, is about half of the time. Like you, I'm not very impressed by his scholarship or his writing ability, for that matter. And like many of us, I'm put off by his arrogance, dogmatism, and hypocrisy.

    I must add, however, that not infrequently, someone who also goes by the name 'Sanaila' posts ridiculous, pro-regime comments on this website. Now, I assume you are a different 'Sanaila'. If you are indeed the same 'Sanaila', though, then I would note that even if Rajend is a statist and has a tendency to be intolerant, he is not a traitor, and he's not a shill for a despot, and this puts him head and shoulders above the likes of you.

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  137. To Anon 3.45pm:

    Rajend comes up with relevant examples from other countries from which we could learn, but like our unschooled leaders, some people on this bog are very inward looking and lack the capacity see beyond our shores.

    People judging rajend's 'scholarship' and 'writing', hahaha, as if they are university professors. If you talk about scholarship in such high faluting tones, how many papers have you published?
    Rajend's writing and thinking are fine most people, but perhaps not for university professors like Anon 3.45pm. Surely he/she must be a professor, judging from his/her putdown of rajend.

    As for Rajend's 'arrogance, dogmatism, and hypocrisy', hahaha; this from someone with clearly no sense of introspection: read your own post buddy. It reeks of arrogance and superiority. The know-it-all attitude is quite nauseating in fact.

    Rajend is no different from the 90 per cent of those who post here.

    Rajend is a statist, hahaha, was that meant to be a criticism? If rajend is a statist, what does that make you? An arrogant, superior, know-it-all globalist? Are you an expert Statism?

    Rajen has a tendency to be intolerant; hahaha, I am almost falling off my chair, laughing.
    you need to take the log out of your own eye, friend.

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  138. Rajend, sorry if I hurt your feelings, but it's all true.

    Never mind what work I do, or how much I've published. You need to counter the argument, not the man.

    Your postings regarding other countries are sometimes relevant but sometimes also betray your dogmatism and ignorance of those countries.

    We all know that most of the postings defending you are sent by you. You're fooling no one, my friend. As someone posted earlier, this doesn't put you in a flattering light. And if you're syndicating your writing, then perhaps you're also short-changing yourself.

    If you are "no different from the 90 per cent of those who post here", it's only because 90 per cent of the postings here now come from you, with or without attribution. And many of those postings are quite lecturing.

    By the way, before you lecture us again about global capitalism, you should know that the opposite of a statist is not a globalist. I suggest you look up their meanings.

    Now, I certainly understand how my pointing this fact out might sound condescending, especially to the one corrected, and I regret that, but since it's true and beneficial for you and other readers to know, how else am I to put it?

    I freely admit that I am not without sin. I also have limits to what I can tolerate. I have zero tolerance for traitors, for example, and very little for their apologists, as may be seen in my previous posting.

    I also do not suffer fools gladly. That's where, from time to time, you come into the picture. And I regret that, too.

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  139. Rajend is just a wannabe. Period.

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  140. FILIMONE KAU WAS AN UNDER-ACHIEVING PERSON AT USP 1981 - 84 WHO BARELY MANAGED TO PASS HIS UNITS FOR A STRAIGHT BA DEGREE. THIS WAS WHY HE ONLY MANAGED TO GET INTO FIJI GOVERNMENT IN THE THEN NEWLY EZTABLISHED MINISTRY OF INFORMATION.

    HOW HE HAD MANAGED TO CLIMB UP THE LADDER IS BEYOND BELIEF AND IMAGINATION FOR MOST WHO KNEW HIM FROM USP, REFLECTING VERY BADLY ON HIS SUPERVISORS AT WORK.

    FOR HIM (AND WIFE0 TO BE CAUGHT STEALING THESE PUPPIES IN SEOUL KOREA IS NOT SURPRISING CONSIDERING THE KIND OF IRRATIONAL MENTALITY HE HAS. HE IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF THE KIND OF PERSONS BAINIMARAMA HAS AROUND HIM IN THE FIJI GOVERNMENT...WHY MOST OF OUR MINISTRIES AND DEPARTMENTS ARE UNDER-PERFORMING, UNPRODUCTIVE, SELF SERVING, ETC. WITH CONTINUOUS NON COMPLIANCE AND CONTRAVENTION OF POLICIES, REGULATIONS, PROCESSES AND PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS.

    WE ARE IN DEEP SHITS BECAUSE PEOPLE LIKE FILIMONE KAU...

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  141. Me dua mada e tarogi koya de kai Bua? Rairai sa miss taka beka o koya na kana koli. Ke sa via kana koli ga, qiriti Bainimarama mai me vakauta yani vua e dua na kena daseni koli..lo..Vakamadua

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  142. I can't believe this makes news. Anybody who understands international relations would know that these misunderstandings happen. Ambassador Kau is a smart and intelligent leader - and everybody takes the side of a Korean bar owner who probably can't speak English.

    As far as those people who talk about getting rid of dictator's - Fiji has a far better standard of living and a far safer and stable, growing community right now than it ever did under an "elected" government, and other "elected" governments in the region are acting far more like dictators.

    C4.5 - get your facts straight.

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