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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Fiji awash with more uncertainty after hint of early election

Still carries weight: Qarase at Nadroga meeting
It could almost be two rival leaders and their parties fighting it out on the hustings if it wasn't for the grim realities: an army all too keen to enforce the will of a military dictatorship and a well-heeled media that prints only pro-regime copy.

Both Fiji's last democratically elected prime minister, Laisenia Qarase, and his illegal successor, Frank Bainimarama, have been out among the people this week drumming up support, for their different camps.


Qarase, who was released from Korovou Prison just over a fortnight ago, was at the Nadroga meeting in Sigatoka yesterday, along with Rewa chief, Ro Teimumu Kepa, as part of the United Coalition for a Democratic Fiji.
 

Illegal leader: feet of clay
The deposed prime minister can't contest the 2014 elections but continues to carry huge support and was an important figure at the UFDF's third meeting, as it launched a national petition against the regime's draft Constitution.

The petition calls for a 'Constitution that frees us from fear, oppression and injustice and helps to transform our homeland once again into a symbol of hope for the world' and is being widely circulated with plans to post it online.




The meeting gave UFDF its third unanimous endorsement and called on the Coalition to set out is road map for a return to democracy so that people can be mobilized.

The Coalition plans to hold more meetings (these will be announced in coming days) and is pulling in respectable numbers at its meetings (150 in Sigatoka) but is having its work cut out for it because of what is essentially an unfair fight.


Bainimarama and his illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, have also been holding meetings and consultations in the past fortnight with Bainimarama due to take to the air waves again to push his draft.


The pair (Khaiyum was in Sigatoka the day before Qarase and UFDF), have extended to April 31 the submissions via the unorthodox method of text, emails and Facebook postings - and with the help of unquestioning media is getting positive front page write-ups.


In contrast, the likes of Fiji Village and its 'story' citing the Na Kalevu saying he didn't invite UFDF as it said shows the uphill battle the political parties have against the regime and more than six years of entrenched dictatorship.


Bainimarama all the while is claiming his draft has been warmly welcomed although 'people are asking for clarification'. Indeed, there are questions aplenty including why has he now hinted the elections may be earlier than September next year. 


The 'leak' (planned or spontaneous?) has been confirmed by Suva and came in Papua New Guinea where he has managed to prise an outrageous FJ40.36 millions dollars for the planned poll - a poll that looks to be as much as a sham as last year's Constitution process.

81 comments:

  1. Thanks for the Papua New guinea goverment for donating that money to Voreqe and Co.probably most of the money will go straight to their personel bank account.

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  2. thug rule beyond our shores - getting destitute Papua New Guineans to contribute $0.36 million for the thug ruler's sham election!

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  3. Only way to true election is to assassinate the current regime....because there are reports that no election will be held if baiyum and Ass can't guarantee their win......the reason being they have to hide all their curruption and greed plus their lust for power....m being Indo-Fijian wish to support anybody to bring down is regime by any means necessary....please kill this regime before it destroys Fiji....

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  4. Bainimarama sulu jahardis Fiji Hindustani log pe!!
    bahut shame yaar!!

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  5. One talks says..

    we the people of PNG are suffering and living in poor conditions. Unemployment and corruption is thriving here in PNG. Our PNG leaders is supporting the Illegal dictator monster Frankie Bainibanana because they share many things in common.
    First and foremost is both govt's are indeed corrunted and they have blodd ib both their hands. people have been killed, tortured and raped and harrassed under their watch.

    Frank why don't you just returned to the camp and leave politics to real politicians.....

    everytime you talk, I am ashamed of the quality and shallowness of knowledge you have...an idiot in short.
    PNG PM, do something better for our people....our roads are in shambles and infrastructure is shamefully a disgrace.

    look after home and its people first pls.

    beloved one talk

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  6. tamata sona levu voreqe,,,,
    kaiyum says i taukei protected. who is this bastard to tell us? we can analyse and determine that ourselve,,,,
    right now i want to kill kill kill

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  7. Only way to true elections in fiji is to make sure "this government" - the illegal Bainimarama regime - has nothing to do with it!
    NO OTHER WAY!

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  8. burn your registration card and burn BK constitution ,,,ban election from native lands areas,,,,boycott and start civil disruptions....

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  9. @Anonymous 5.59 PM
    I agrees with 101%.
    peaceful non-cooperation is the way to go. No Other Way!
    Why should an unlawful unelected regime conduct elections for law-abiding citizens?
    Why should law abiding citizens stand for such nonsense?
    Let the whole world know you don't want to be party to a farcical election.
    The election is just for show. The outcome is already predetermined !!
    The usurpers will return to power with the garb of democratic legitimacy. That's the agenda behind the elections. That's why the thug ruler is suddenly keen to even have an early election!! Think about that!

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  10. here's a bit of background info on Bainimarama regime's new best friend PNG who has offered $0.36 million to the dictator for HIS ELECTION.
    1. PNG's per capita GDP of $US 1900 has barely doubled since 1980. In contrast per capita income in Developing Asia is more than 10 times higher than it was in 1980.
    2.The World bank ranks PNG poorly for control of corruption and rule of law.
    3.PNG is ranked 153 out of 183 countries on the UN Human Development Index.
    It is shameful that we should be accepting money from this Melanesian mob.
    But then our thug rulers are shameless creatures so it's no shame for them.
    Tomorrow they would accept money from Indian pavement dwellers if they had a chance!

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  11. @anonymous 5:59
    Burn it and put it on You Tube.

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  12. NO TO BKC -ILLEGAL AND MEAN DICTATORSHIP
    YES TO 1997 CONSTITUTION -KEGAL -FREEDOM/DEMOCRACY.
    ELECTION HAVE TO HAPPEN UNDER LEGAL 1997 CONSTITUTION .
    ALL OTHERS ARE BS AND ILLEGAL LIKE THE REGIME AG. GOD BLESS
    RAJESH

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  13. PNG being led by the nose by a thief and a liar.

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  14. KHAIYUM STOP YOUR LIES REFER BILL OF RIGHT AND CULTURE.
    GCC/LAND /CHURCH ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FOR FIJIAN .
    THE 1997 CONSTITUTION IS LEGAL .
    FRANK TOLD FIJI PEOPLE HE WILL UPHOLD THE 1997 CONSTITUTION IN DEC 2006 -PROVE IT NOW.















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  15. frank you are already dead just step out of it and leave and rest in peace

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  16. Bainimarama application for US visa has been declined. He has been granted limited visa previously only for attending UN meetings. He wanted to go to US to meet sugar buyers which has been blocked. will the pig send close down US embassy?

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  17. DEWAN,VIJEND AND NIL SHARMA DRANK THE WATER AFTER HIS FEET WAS WASHED ,BRO TRUE

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  18. @discombulated bubu, are you suffering from tailbone pain? Cool down and go and see your GP who will refer you to a butt gynaecologist. The game is not over yet so shut up and leave the real fighters alone.

    The Belivers

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  19. editor,
    Jalesi Nakarawa's letter 'Draft constitution' in the Fiji Sun (17/4) is well-meaning but naive. The Bainimarama military dictatorship will not take up his suggestion to put both the Ghai and the regime drafts to a national referundum to ascertain what the people want. It's not about what the people want. It's what the Bainimarama regime wants! That's what the new constitution is about.
    Everything else about the new constitution making is bullshit.
    In fact Fiji did NOT even need a brand new constitution. That "need" has been artificially created and foisted on the people by the dictatorship - for its own self-serving agenda.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney.

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  20. before you print Parmesh Chand's memo I want you to know he is in the regime laand list.

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  21. Excellent that Rewa's high chief and opposition political parties have combined in Nadroga to fight Bainimarama.

    Thanks Qarase for shouldering with the democracy leaders fighting for most Fijians.

    Kubuna must come in and support democracy restoration.

    If the Bau chiefs do not stand up to be counted, i for one will turn my back on them for ever in future. Many Kai Tailevu are of the same mind too...they are fed up with the pack in Bau who have been living parasitic lives on people and when their leadership is most required they shy off...unlike the Roko Tui Dreketi. Chiefs nodays must earn their place and our recognition..possession of the right genes is no longer a guarantee of respect and leadership position.

    But we will win and Bainimarama and company will be banished to imprisonment

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  22. AnonymousApril 17, 2013 at 8:42 PM

    se true story ???

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  23. If VB's visa application to US was indeed turned down....hurray halleluha. He is a cruel dictator and should not be allowed into any country, including into any village in Fiji.

    After what he did in England in his attempt to enter a military institution from which he was banned to meet his daughter, under cover of darkness, no country should be keen to allow in this sleepery eel. Doest act like a PM.....more like a thug.

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  24. I'm thinking of establishing my own party and standing for elections. I think I'll call it, the Kava Party. I'll be looking for like minded individuals to contest the elections.

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  25. Anon @ 5.58 pm .... nice FAIL trying to impersonate me.

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  26. Bainimarama having it all:

    1. Indians queing up to wash his taukei feet.

    2. Like it or not the BKC will be passed into law.

    3. A percentage of that $40 million PNG aid will go into his pocket.

    4.He'll continue his rule after next years rigged election.

    The question he ask's "What can you taukei do about it?"

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  27. D-Bubu@4.07am Comment has been removed.

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  28. NO TO BKC
    YES TO 1997 CONSTITUTION
    C4.5 PLS CAN YOU CREATE A PAGE SO PEOPLE CAN SIGN AGAINST BKC PLS.
    GOOD TO SEE ALL POLITICAL LEADERS UNITED NOW CAN WE GET ALL THE CHIEFS /CHURCH AND PEOPLE UNITED TOO TO FIGHT AGAINST BKC/REGIME.
    GOD BESS
    RAJESH

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  29. BKC IS GOOD FOR LOVO PIT. .
    BURN IT IN FRONT OF KHAIYUM.
    BKC IS ILLEGAL LIKE KHAIYUM/REGIME.
    ONLY WAY FORWARD IS ON LEGAL 1997 CONSTITUTION
    REFER APRIL 2009 COURT RULING .
    ALL OTHERS ARE ILLEGAL GHAI DRAFT/BKC.
    LONG LIVE 1997 CONSTITUTION AND DEMOCRACY/FREEDOM.

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  30. FTUC LEADERS FELIX/URAI/RAJESHWAR SINGH/AGNI DEO/OTHERS .
    PLS JOIN FORCE AND SUPPORT THE POLITICAL LEADERS TO FIGHT AGAINST BKC.
    PUT FIJI AT HEART AND SET ASIDE PERSONAL EGOS.
    UNITED FORCE IS NEED.
    UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL.
    GOD BLESS
    RAJESH

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  31. We should not be talking about any other constitution other than the 1997 one. Ghai's one was unlawful as it was commissioned by the illegal government. There is only one real constitution, the 1997 one under which this regime was found illegal and it was for that very reason that it was abrogated.

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  32. FNPF BOARD SHOULD BE ELECTED BY FNPF MEMBER VIA VOTING .
    WE HAVE BUNCH OF REGIME SUCKERS RUNNING FNPF BOARD AND ARE WASTING AND INVESTING IN BAD PROJECTS .
    FNPF CAN FAIL SOON .
    MEMBERS CANT TAKE FNPF OR GOVT TO COURT.SHAME.
    TIME FNPF MEMBERS WAKE UP AND ASK HARD QUESTION HOW MONEY IS BEEN INVESTED IN BAD PROJECTS.
    GOD BLESS.
    RAJESH

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  33. You Fijian soldiers should shoot this bastard Bainimarama. All this time he has been lying to you.
    He says that he is taking care of you but actually he is only taking care of himself.
    He is pocketing millions of dollars while more and more Fijians become poor.
    Under his leadership other people have become more corrupt. Aslam Khan and Vodafone ripping of millions from the Buscards.
    Now Vodafone ripping off more FNPF money with the PNG deal.
    Pfligger ripped off FNPF at Air Pacific.

    It is you soldiers and your families in the village that are going to suffer in the long-run.
    No FNPF money to build your homes, while he is pocketting money left right and center.

    And now he wants to take Fijian land by force.
    Bainimarama and Khaiyum saying No no no no no, we are protecting iTaukei Land and yet their very own decree will enable them to take any land by force.

    These people say something but do the exact opposite.
    He is doing the same thing to you soldiers too.

    I think its time you soldiers acknowledge that you are following an arsehole.
    Bainimarama is evil.
    Dou vanai koya me mate.

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  34. If Bainimarama thought he could get a visa to attend a sugar conference in the United States, then he was sorely mistaken. The only travel he's had to the United States that wasn't mandated as part of the the United Nations Headquarters Agreement was simply due to a clerical oversight during the embassy's transitional period. The embassy forgot to annotate his visa to restrict his travel to New York City, so Bainimarama took advantage of that omission to travel to other parts of the United States.

    For Bainimarama to try to retaliate by cancelling Fijian participation in U.S.-funded training and the like is a classic case of cutting your own nose off to spite your face. Petty, stupid, and childish.

    The last time Bainimarama tried to retaliate against the United States over what was ostensibly a visa matter, he damn near had one of the greatest embarrassments of his life, but the Americans chose to let him off gently.

    We'll see if he has any greater sense this time around. If he's learnt anything, he won't press it.

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  35. HOW DID THIS LOT END UP AS OUR MPs? Fiji has five delegates at the inaugural Pacific Parliamentary and Political Leaders Forum which begins in Wellington today. The 5-day forum which comprise 70 parliamentarians and leaders from 22 Pacific nations will focus on “pacific issues” of concern to the neighbourhood and domestically, and issues of common regional interest”. Fiji is represented by Fiji National Council of Women general secretary Fay Volatabu, veteran media personality Matai Akauola, Tura Lewai, Bimal Prasad and Nayagodamu Korovou. The forum starts today with a parliamentary debate, after questions for oral answer, on pacific issues by members of NZ’s House of Representatives. The forum will also feature a mix of seminars and debates between New Zealand MPs and those from the region. Issues to be discussed include environmental issues and climate change, global economic outlook and implications for the on Fiji awash with more uncertainty after hint of early election

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  36. The Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama is "on high" in Papua New Guinea (Fiji Sun 18/4).
    Must be the beetle nut!

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  37. @Anonymous 8.44 AM
    you are too right. but don't wait for "any greater sense" to enter his head. it's already full of shit!

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  38. yes it's true Frank Bainimarama and Rajend Naidu do have something in common : they both have had their US visa rejected! Frank for being a dictator and Rajend for ... he'll find out from Jeff Bleich the US Ambassador in Sydney and let us know. Right now he doesn't know. The Americans have not got round to telling him. And they won't. That's democracy American style. Very selective! Perhaps they think Rajend is a Frank man! Rajend is in fact a frank man. And State authorities don't take kindly to such man.

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  39. Bainimarama travelling to new york. todays fiji times

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  40. where all did Gaddafi travel to as the dictator of Libya and was received as a respectable leader of his country, if not his people!

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  41. The essence of oligarchical rule is not father-to-son inheritance, but the persistence
    of a certain world-view and a certain way of life ... A ruling group is a ruling
    group so long as it can nominate its successors... Who wields power is not important,
    provided that the hierarchical structure remains always the same.": George Orwell,
    1984
    "The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer
    not to hear": Herbert Sebastien Agar

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  42. well if the Indians are queing up only to wash His feet that's okay. I think it was in Gregory David Robert's SHANTARAM that I read the author qued up to have an audience with an Indian Sadhu holy man and when his turn came he went in and the Sadhu offered him a glass of liquid. It tasted like piss!... Remember that is part of the traditional Indian Ayurvedic herbal healing thing. One Indian PM was a big fan of it. He'd start the day with a fresh glass of piss!Perhaps the Fiji Indians are being short-change with only the feet washing.

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  43. Again I say what a load of hypocrisy. Tupeni, Qarase and Chaudhary sitting together and trying to have a common goal. If they had already seen each other eye to eye and worked together while in power, this situation may not have arisen today. I do not support Bainimarama's actions BUT these people DO NOT have a right to lead the country any more. Their time was there, they could not work it out therefore they should retire and leave it to someone else.

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  44. editor,
    we read in the regime mouthpiece newspaper the Fiji Sun (18/4)under 'A-G replies to coup query'that there will be no more coups in Fiji because the illegal Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says so. And these days whatever the illegal A-G says is gospel!He says he has put in place "various mechanisms" in the draft constitution to make sure there is no more coups.
    The main mechanism the way they - you know who the THEY are - see it is for the Fiji Military Force to have loyalty to the Prime Minister who will also be the Commander-in-Chief of the Military. In short a Dictator in Democratic Disguise!
    And the illegal A-G tells us "They [the Fiji Military] will not be able to go above the Prime Minister".
    In Fiji the military can only go above the constitution ! as they have ably demonstrated on more than one occassion! but won't be able to go above the Prime Minister. Wow!
    So a Prime Minister especially one who is a dictator is more important for the Fiji Military then the country's constitution.
    And Khaiyum is going around the country telling everyone this constitution is being made for the people of Fiji?
    What rubbish!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  45. This company has a track record of failure. One of their projects and the US/ Canada border at Blaine closed up after only a months operation. Did the responsible individuals not do a back ground check on this company prior to signing the contract?




    Construction work for proposed $290M casino yet to start
    Publish date/time: 18/04/2013 [13:11]


    Construction work for the proposed $290 million casino in Denarau is yet to start.

    We have been trying to get comments from the developers, One Hundred Sands Limited Chairperson Larry Claunch however we were last told that he is out of reach.

    The $290 million casino, convention centre and the five star hotel was scheduled for construction from last year.

    Attorney General Aiayz Sayed-Khaiyum earlier told Fijivillage that the delay was due to some issues the developers were facing in relation to financial arrangements and that they have given One Hundred Sands Limited until next month to begin construction.

    Sayed-Khaiyum also said that there are certain consequences if the casino development does not meet the construction requirements within the extended time period.

    Story by: Sofaia Koroitanoa

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  46. with no democratic accountability and transparency, no auditor-general's scrutiny Fiji is under thug rule and Aiyaz khaiyum is the mainboy running the racket.
    indeed... "there are certain consequences" Aiyaz Khaiyum when you become a part of an an illegal regime... you just remember that!

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  47. The US probably cancelled FB's visa to visit...so no more seminars for the civil servants..

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  48. @Anonmous 9.28 AM How did this lot end up as our MPs? They might be graduates from Leadership Fiji. They have graduated many people as leaders after taking the right amount of money from them (and of course training them, whatever that means). Most of these Leadership Fiji leaders are apolitical cowards who do such "leadership" training just to have a nice cv and feather their own nest!

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  49. editor,
    Aljazeera news 18/4 , 3.30 PM . Pakistan court orders Musharraf arrest. Reuters 2 minutes ago 'Pakistan court orders arrest of former President Musharraf'
    The former army chief had returned to Pakistan last month after 4 years in exile in England to contest a May 11 general election...
    (read full report in Reuters 18/4).
    It seems the long arm of the law has caught up with the former army chief-cum-coupleader-cum- president.
    The man might still get his just desert.
    Does Musharraf remind you of someone!
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  50. in the photo is Bainimarama trying to hide an early erection!

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  51. Disco Bubu impersonator - quit whining and post your comments under your own name ... at which time it will be considered.

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  52. isa vakaloloma na bula.at least PNG is trying to help fiji with the PGK50million . o kemudou na blog tiko qo na cava dou sa rawata mo dou vukei Viti kina? sa kua mada na vosa, ..a meca ni vala gonei..sa kua mada na vosavosa balavu tiko e na mona livaliva ohqo.



    Luvei Viti

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  53. Maybe One Hundred Sands Limited is in charge of oir elections, which means we'll never see them.

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  54. remember Bainimarama is a benevolent dictator. he has the welfare and prosperity of all the people of Fiji very close to his arse. he wouldn't cut off US sponsored civil servant training workshops just because his US visa has been denied, would he?
    Bainimarama is too intelligent to do such a low down thing. just see the number of books he has on his shelves!

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  55. People see article 'Musharraf flees arrest,plans appeal' in SBS 18/4 , 6.40 PM Source AAP.
    The picture of Musharraf clutching his head is quite telling. It's a far cry from his image as military ruler in full military regalia. what a come down. you could almost feel sorry for the man until you remember he was a ruthless dictator. can't feel sorry for such a man, can you?

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  56. Great conversation from RPC:

    Ashneel Sudhakar oh fuck u lousy suspended lawyer...dont u have better things to do?? if u had any fucking guts u would've stayed in fiji and faced the army...u have cost the FLP its integrity...u r just plane lucky that i respect ur dad n mum too much otherwise i would have exposed u arse here!
    2 hours ago · Like

    Rajendra Chaudhry First point Arseneel - I have a practising certificate. Second point Arseneel - unlike you I have a strategy to take on the dictatorship not the military. Majority of the military do not support Bainimarama but that would escape your feeble intellect. ...See More
    about an hour ago via mobile · Edited · Like

    Salusalu Singh Wow great to see 2 liars sorry I mean lawyers display such professionalism. I suggest that both of you need to grow up and "act your age, not your shoe size."
    9 minutes ago · Like

    Rajendra Chaudhry S S - freedom of expression. Don't like it > fuck off. It's my page.
    9 minutes ago · Like

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  57. Really, what is wrong with the political leadership in PNG,can't
    they deduced what is happening to
    a Great country when Thugs took it
    over by force? Did they not read in
    the news that Australia and New Zealand gave 500.000 each toward the Ghai constitution? Why are they
    doing business in Fiji,
    while it is
    still under, the Bainimarama dictatorship?
    Don't they understand that they are
    proping up an illegal Government that took the country's elected parliament by brute force? Do they
    think that the Fijian people will not remember their action when power returns to normalcy?Don't
    they realise that the man-illegal
    prime minister-is a sick Bi-Polar
    thug, he has no honour and is always ready and willing to steal
    anything that is not rightfully belongs to him?

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  58. The difference with Mushharaf and Bainimarama is that Pakistan still had independent judiciary and media who were willing to criticise and challenge him. Fiji has no such thing. The judiciary and increasingly the media are now part of the problem. Its interesting how pro-regime the media has suddenly become. Its like the pig ASK studied the Pakistan coup and learnt from Musharrafs mistakes. He has a tight control on the judiciary and the media are just broadcasting his own propaganda. From where Im standing, Fiji is seriously effed unless the people themselves rise up against the regime. I dont however see this happening because the people of Fiji are meek and cowardly.

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  59. HAHAHA CASINO DEAL F UP .AUNTY BANO MUST HAVE MADE HER COMM ALREADY.
    ELECTION BAI WANTS MSG/PNG TO BE OBSERVERS .
    WHY NOT UN/EU COMM WEALTH OBSERVERS.
    I SMELL A RAT.
    ELECTION WILL BE RIGGED AND FRANK WILL WIN IT.
    PEOPLE HAVE UNTIL 30TH APRIL TO GET THE REGIME AND BKC DOWN.
    IF NOT FIJI IS DOOM UNDER BKC.
    TIME FOR TALANOA SESSION PM LQ/TEAM VS FRANK AND MC MINUS KHAIYUM.
    IF NOT LAST RESORT IS STRIKE /BOYCOTT /MARCH UNTIL REGIME COME DOWN TO ACCEPT LEGAL 1997 CONSTITUTION AND HOLD ELECTION AS PER APRIL 2009 COURT RULING THAT WILL BE LEGAL/FAIR.
    UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL.
    GOD BLESS
    RAJESH

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  60. anon 5.43pm
    yeah ,,,i used to wonder about this Leadership Fiji thing ,,,,,when most of them are just wannabe leaders.
    Reminds me too when nazs sis was sent by regime to represent fiji at a un conference on indigenous righst,,,,,

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  61. Sorry guys but I just couldn't help myself but to post this link: http://world.time.com/2013/04/18/musharraf-flees-a-court-and-puts-pakistans-generals-in-a-quandary/?xid=newsletter-world what goes around, comes around or should I say, One day Mafatu!

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  62. GCC/VANUA/CHURCH/POLITICAL PARTY/UNION/WORKERS/STUDENTS. ALL HAVE TO BE UNITED VOICE AND REJECT BKC.
    BRING BACK THE LEGAL 1997 CONSTITUTION AND HOLD ELECTION.
    NOTHING ELSE WILL BE LEGAL.
    NO TO BKC.
    UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL.

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  63. AUST and NZ should ask for money back they gave for Ghai's work.

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  64. @Anonymous 8.54 AM
    No Aust and NZ will not ask the thugs to return the money they gave for Ghai's work. That money is small change for Aust and NZ. It is big money only for small time crooks like the ones running your country.

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  65. editor,
    We read in the regime propaganda paper the Fiji Sun (19/4) under 'The many facets of corruption' that "Two of the greatest woes faced by our nation today are corruption and inverted racism".
    This is true to a large extent.
    But I would contend there is one far greater woe faced by our nation today: the rape of democracy by the military. This has harmed all facets of Fiji society- the judiciary,the media, the civil administration, the army, the police and civil society. All institutions of state have been compromised and their professionalism and integrity sidelined to suit the self-serving agenda of the Fiji Military and it's commander-cum-coup leader- cum-selfappointed Prime Minister.
    The place of the military in Fiji politics and Fiji society is the number one issue for the people of Fiji to resolve.
    That should be the primary focus at the present time. A democratic government with the required checks and balances can address all the other woes faced by our nation.
    These woes I would contend are not the business of the Fiji Military.
    It is a right to assume responsibility for these woes that the Fiji military has arbitrarily bestowed upon itself - without the consent of the people of Fiji.
    That clearly is not right.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  66. Coup 4.5... 1.What happened to Roko Lui Mara's much anticipated next video interview and his highly classified information about the regime? 2.What has happened to our so called freedon fighters namely Daunitutu, Mere Samisoni, Mesake Koroi, etc? 3. Will Daunitutu make another video interview on youtube..i remember the latest one was a bullcrap? 4. What happened to the beating of the escaped prisoners..are investigation underway..who has been fired? 5. What was the result of the UFDF meeting in Nadroga..surely you had your moles there? 6. Why did Jone Baledrokadroka represent the Fiji Rugby Union in a hearing against the manager of the Fiji Warriors side in Austalia...he was a c4.5 hero figure a while ago. 7. My last question to you is..

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  67. the original kaivitisApril 19, 2013 at 11:17 AM

    anon 8.07am
    according to Alisi Daurewa, the kai india from tamil land were here with their pots and pans thousands of years before the kaiviti....lol.
    thats the explanation.
    thats why equal rights now..to correct that historical fact....LOL

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  68. Editor,
    One day we read in the regime mouthpiece paper the Fiji Sun that "the Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama" has announced an early election is possible and the next day we read the self- appointed Prime Minister announce "But actually there will be no early election" (FS 19/4).
    Yet another example of "the Prime Minister" speaking out of both sides of his mouth. The Indians have a different way of putting it. They say moo se be bholis aur gaand se be bholis !
    I think the Indian version is better.
    Most people will understand why.
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  69. yes, both sides of his mouth....kaiyum on one side and aziz on the other side...LOL

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  70. Moo (Khaiyum) se be bholis aur gaand (aziz) se be bholis. Duno bahut aage pitche aur karab be upar nitche.

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  71. Yes Rajend, you have hit the nail on the very head...lol. If I may translate it into the native Fijian tongue...'Na gusuna e tukuna tiko eda na ka, ka tukuna tale tiko ga e duatani na no nona i cici"...lol.

    And for those who do not understand both Hindi and native Fijian tongue..."He says one thing from his mouth while his arse says another thing."...lol.

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  72. I went through the Fiji Times and the Fiji Sun but did not spot anything on the Pakistani court ordering the arrest of the former military ruler Pervez Musharraf. I thought that kind of news should be relevant for Fiji. I could have missed it though. Perhaps it was it reported on FBC?

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  73. What is wrong with this idiots, washing the feet of bainimarama, are this idiots going to drink the washed water as holy Charna Amrit, who are these foot licking stupids ?
    This is not in accordance with Hindu Religion to wash the feet of a Rakchas who is a meat eater Beef Eater, same Cow which is like mother of Hindus.

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  74. na vuluvulu yava ena cakava toka frankie yacova nona mate

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  75. anon@11.15am...Alisi Daurewa investigation should really be
    throughly checked-out? If she was
    issued with a degree(s) it should
    be investigated and thrown out?I'm
    darn sure a Indo-Nationalist was her degree supervisor?

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  76. Very interesting @4.21am. What master degree was it?

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  77. Fiji awash with bullshit from "the Government", the Qorvice gang, Graham Davis, Croz Walsh, the PIF MCG, the MSG, from third-rate local propagandist...

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  78. True Patriots Must Rise and Defend Our Nation Against Corporate and government Tyranny. I remember, Thomas Jefferson (1743-1825) once said in his letter to William Stephen Smith “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure. A related idea was later expressed by Bertrand Barère de Vieuzac in a speech to the French national assembly, January 16, 1793: “L’arbre de la liberté… croît lorsqu’il est arrosé du sang de toute espèce de tyrans (The tree of liberty grows only when watered by the blood of tyrants),” Archives Parliamentaires de 1787 à 1860, vol. 57, p. 368 (1900). IT IS TIME TO WATER THE TREE OF LIBERTY………….WE NEED TO STAND TOGETHER FOR THE FUTURE OF CHILDREN AND THE RIGHTS OF OUR INDIGENIOUS BROTHERS TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND ASPIRATION.

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  79. Fiji is awash with the bad smell from Bai and Kai and their cronies. please every citizen committed to democracy burn an incense to get rid of the boi.

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  80. You who say it's time to water the Tree of Liberty, nice speech, but what we need now is action.

    Are you just talk, or are you going to join those of us prepared to act?

    Dakuwaqa@hushmail.com

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