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Saturday, July 6, 2013

The 100 faces of Fiji's biggest liar

Darling Grubby

It has been fun working with you and the boys from Corevice improving the media presence of the Glorious Leader and the True Leader. That new camera that records facial expressions when the subject lies is amazing.

Did you notice it never stopped taking pictures the whole time FAG (Fijian Attorney General) was speaking? I have attached a clip of one short sequence and in 30 seconds it recognizes over 70 lying expressions.

Talking of Lies, we need to brush up our excuses for trashing the Ghai Constitution. At the time we said it was so cumbersome it would take months to re-write the draft which would delay the elections in September 2014. We needed to have a constitution in April 2013 if we were to meet the timetable.

I quote from your web site Grubby Sheets:
“(a) Proceed with the Ghai blueprint and send it to the Constituent Assembly as per the original plan. The problem with this was that the Government feared many months of intense argument over its provisions, a delay to the proclamation of the final document, a delay to the start of the political phase of the election countdown and perhaps even a delay to the election itself, taking it beyond 2014.”


And here you go into even more detail:

Confused, I will try to leave you less confused. Senior Government people have told me they were concerned that because the Ghai Draft was so complicated, it might take up to eight months to debate some of its provisions, assuming that the Constituent Assembly is made up – as promised – of people across the political spectrum. This would have pushed the constitutional/ election timetable back until August. Then the political phase would have begun far too late to guarantee that an election could be held before September 2014. Remember,everyone would have been starting from scratch – parties, candidates, election arrangements and a formal campaign.

The Prime Minister is determined to deliver on his promise of a democratic election before September 2014. Can you imagine how the international community would react if he didn’t? Already lots of people are saying there isn’t enough time as it is. The Government assumed that the Ghai Commission would come up with a reasonably compact constitution that could be considered by the people’s representatives quickly. When that didn’t happen, it made the case for overturning some of the Draft Constitution’s provisions even more attractive. Hope this goes some way to addressing your confusion.

Here we are in July 2013 another 4 months on and there is still no sign of the constitution. I know the Glorious Leader has been too busy with his holidays to even look at the draft constitution. Where has he been since April. France 2x, USA, New Caledonia, PNG, China 2x, Russia, Middle East Etc. Etc.

He earns more on his Per Diems in a month than I earn in a year on my salary. Just as well like you, I can supplement my income by having product placement in the Ministry of Miss Information Pictures and Videos. Toyota has been paying me well and I need to renegotiate my deal with Fiji Water.

Hugs and kisses
Shazzer

This is to inform the public that this letter is a piece of fiction. However, some of the people and events mentioned are real.
Thanks to http://discombobulatedbubu.blogspot.com/2013/07/taki-arse-has-posted-yet-another-press.html for the 100  faces picture.

48 comments:

BC said...

I hope that everyone by now know that Bainimarama is a LIAR.
The 2014 Election is a big lie.
A Free and Fair Election in 2014 is a BIG LIE.

But even more SAD is the fact that a lot of Fijians have also now CHOSEN to LIVE AND ACCEPT THE LIE.

Bainimarama COMMITTED TREASON.
It is the duty of every Policeman is to apprehend a criminal.
You are not to TURN A BLIND EYE to it.
You are to apprehend the Criminal.
It is the duty of every soldier is to apprehend this criminal.
It is the duty of every Fijian citize is to apprehend this criminal.

YOU CANNOT CLOSE YOUR HEART AND SUPPRESS YOUR CONSCIENCE AND LIVE THE LIE.

THE CHURCH IS LIVING A SHAMEFUL LIE.
HOW CAN YOU NOT CONDEMN WHAT THIS CRIMINAL HAS DONE.
How can PREACHERS get up Sunday after Sundays and ignore this LIE.
My heart cries for the Methodist Church.
I grew up in the Methodist Church.
How can we close our heart to what we know is morally wrong.

How can we, like the Tui Nadi openly say that this is the best government, when this guy its Leader is a criminal.
We know that he committed TREASON.
How can we close our eyes to this LIE.

So how can you Tui Nadi live the LIE.

How can you Fijian soldiers turn a blind eye and say "Oh well we cant help it. We are just soldiers.We just follow orders"
What if your commander say "Go and rape your mother!" Would you do it?
Of course not , because its a stupid command.
And yet he says Committ Treason and you go ahead and do it!
How farking stupid is that!

YOU TOO HAVE CLOSED YOUR HEART.
YOU TOO HAVE PERPETRATED A CRIME.

AND WHAT OF THE KIDS ON FACEBOOK.
ALL LIVING A LIE.
ALL HOPING THAT THIS PROBLEM WILL JUST GO AWAY.
ALL LIVING A LIE.

I HOPE AND PRAY THAT ALL WE FIJIANS WILL DO THE RIGHT THING.
WE WILL CALL A CRIME A CRIME and not say "O its a GOOD thing". NO!

WE WILL CALL A CRIME A CRIME and WE WILL CALL RIGHT AS RIGHT AND WRONG AS WRONG.

GOD WILL NOT BLESS US IF WE CONTINUE TO LIVE THE LIE.
GOD WILL NOT BLESS THE CHURCH IF WE CONTINUE TO LIVE AND PREACH A LIE.

IF TUI NADI CAN SHOUT OUT OVER THE ROOFTOP THAT BAINIMARAMA IS GOOD, THEN SURELY WE TOO CAN SHOUT OUT THAT JESUS IS GOOD AND TREASON IS A CRIME.

GOD WILL NOT BLESS OUR RUGBY TEAM IF WE CONTINUE TO LIVE THE LIE.

AND GOD WONT BLESS OUR PERSONAL LIVES IF WE ALSO CONTINUE TO LIVE THE LIE.

So all you Facebook people, next time you write "Prime Minister" you should write "Illegal Prime Minister" OTHERWISE YOU TOO ARE JUST LIVING A LIE.


Anonymous said...

BAINIMARAMA FARK YOU CONMAN!!!!!!!! BLOODY COWARD ULUKAU!!!

mark manning said...

An Indian man will never admit fault, and that revelation comes from an Indian Fijian living in Sydney!

From the above footage, you can see Aiyaz' facial contortions taking hold, sometimes uncontrollably, as his subconscious, knowing too well the truth, as he grapples to try and remain composed!

I suspect he has many sleepless nights and that potentially, he may end up with a cancerous growth of some kind as a consequence.
The brain is a powerful thing and knows when we are trying to deceive it, ourselves and others!
I can only imagine the concoction of toxic substances being released into his blood stream by his own Endocrine System as he tries to twist and bend reality.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im9XuJJXylw

Vilimoni said...

The Fijian Military took over the government of Fiji in 2006 as the Military did in Egypt. The Fijian military took over the government under the doctrine of necessity. According to the Finance Minister of 2007 Mahendra Chaudhry, Fiji was in a bankruptcy stage. Qarase divided the country as the Muslim brotherhood did in Egypt. The cleanup campaign has been very successful so far.

Anonymous said...

Khaiyum teri maichod if the ghai draft was trashed to ensure a constitution is in place by April 2013 as you told the world in Jan! Why then we still don't have a constitution in July? What happened to that April deadline maichod?

Fijians need to face reality said...

@ BC 2.08pm:

Methodist church has been living shameful lie since 1987 when it did not condemn the 1987 and 2000 coup.

Where were you then BC? Perhaps if you and others like you had protested as loudly back them, we woud not be seeing this shameful day. So blame yourself too, not just the methodist church.

methodist church did nor speak out in 2000 when sex orgies, rapes, marijuana smoking were happening parliament (next to sermons), ancestral gods were being worshipped, ordinary people bullied and terrorised. methodist church did not utter a word as people in parliament feasted on stolen food and livestock.

When army stepped in to restore order, people got their knickers in a twist.

The hypocrisy is sickening. no wonder we fijians are cursed. we are bullshit christians. our young men are in jail and our old folk are falling like flies from lifestyle diseases and laziness.

look within yourself before you blame the church or the pm, you not so perfect or holy yourself.

heard of the saying 'what goes around come around'? we are paying for our sins of 1987 and 2000.

so stop playing the victim and face reality.

Anonymous said...

Fiji is screwed left, right centre!

Eparama said...

Vilimoni yes you are correct but Frank choose the wrong advisors. Frank was ok at that time but after he was conned by Mahend he lost his path and to make it worse he failed to analyse the inexperience and stupid advises, legal opinion, decrees put to him by his Attorney General and his Aunty Nizhat Shammem. Do you know that Khaiyum is today saying that Fijians (the itaukei, their chiefs, their people, their army officers, their police officers and even their Methodist Church ministers and all their top academics from the time of Ratu Sukuna, Ratu Mara , Rabuka, Qarase and even Frank Banana are all idiots, stupid, dump, and cannot see what I am doing with all my muslim relatives in their country. YOUR KNOW VILIMONI KHAIYUM IS APPLYING HIS THESIS TAUGHT TO HIM BY PROFESSOR GHAI IN FIJI!!!CAN YOU SEE THAT!!! I GUESS YOU ARE A SENIOR ARMY OFFICER AND CAN YOU HELP THE PEOPLE OF FIJI BY OVERTHROWING THE FEW IDIOT DICTATORS BEFORE BLOOD SHED IN SEPTEMBER 2014 IF THERE IS NO ELECTION?
Mark my words Frank and his AG will be the first two to run awway from Fiji and settle abroad where they already have million of dollars. Kusa Ratu Vilimoni sa nomuni gauna oqo mo ni sa coup taki Voreqe kina.

BC said...

@anonymous 3:45

You said "look within yourself before you blame the church or pm"

There you go again!

You should call him "The ILLEGAL PM".

Otherwise you are continuing to live the LIE.


PS For your information I was not in the country in 1987 or even a few years later.

And the Internet had not been discovered yet.

Vutaki Meo and Ki-Bau said...

The military government took over the government in Egypt because The President Morsi was diving the country using his nationalistic and racist ideologies. The same thing was happening in Fiji prior to 2006. That's way the army took over the government of Fiji. Very similar situations.

Anonymous said...

my god the poor guy is near a mental breakdown he needs to give up

politics is a bad mistress she will not like you in the morning

his eyes and the stress and the bullshit is seen through by the fiji people we will not suck up this bull

Anonymous said...

bainimarama used the doctrine of necessity to save his big ass. Now we're more corrupted and national debt has trippled since Qarase's gov.

deserved kick in the arse said...

Frank Bainimarama gave the methodist church and great council of chiefs a deserved kick in the arse. Two parasitical institutes doing nothing for ordinary Fijians. More and more of our young people ending up in jail while the talatala and chiefs' waistlines keep expanding from all the lovo pork and dalo. Backsides keep increasing in size because to much sitting down on the fat fat bum and drinking yaqona.

Hopefully, after this the clergy and the chiefs wil keep their dirty noses nd grubby fingers out of politics and return to their true calling - looking after the ordinary people instead of the politicians.

Anonymous said...

Time has shown that the doctrine of necessity was a screen.

There were some compelling arguments in favour of the doctrine.

THAT WAS THEN. The subsequent actions of ASK, the Shameem sisters and Gates, is clear evidence that their true reasons behind the coup they engineered was to gain power.

It was to cover Gates from being sacked for his prior unlawful legal actions( the cocktail party etc..) (as well as his unholy pastimes).

It was to cover VB for his crimes of treason and sedition.

It was a blatant power grab by ASK and the Shameems to strengthen their positions and bank balances.

The victims of bullies sometimes become the most heinous criminals.

ASK and the Shameems were bullied and ostracised because of their religion.

Gates was bullied and raped multiple times at boarding school (all male).

VB was bullied as he was a half caste, rejected by Indo-Fijian and Itaukei alike. Some of his former school peers recall him also being molested by a catholic brother.

These seriously damaged people coming together makes the perfect storm.

The bullied becomes the nasty bully. The abused become the abusers.

On the subject of human trafficking, Sri Lanka is the number one location for the trafficking of young boys for sexual servitude.

Does anyone know anyone with strong ties to Sri Lanka.

When the dust settles on Fiji and the truth is finally revealed the average Fijian will be chilled to the bone.

THESE PEOPLE ARE OUR LEADERS.

God Help Us.

Anonymous said...

Time has shown that the doctrine of necessity was a screen.

There were some compelling arguments in favour of the doctrine.

THAT WAS THEN. The subsequent actions of ASK, the Shameem sisters and Gates, is clear evidence that their true reasons behind the coup they engineered was to gain power.

It was to cover Gates from being sacked for his prior unlawful legal actions( the cocktail party etc..) (as well as his unholy pastimes).

It was to cover VB for his crimes of treason and sedition.

It was a blatant power grab by ASK and the Shameems to strengthen their positions and bank balances.

The victims of bullies sometimes become the most heinous criminals.

ASK and the Shameems were bullied and ostracised because of their religion.

Gates was bullied and raped multiple times at boarding school (all male).

VB was bullied as he was a half caste, rejected by Indo-Fijian and Itaukei alike. Some of his former school peers recall him also being molested by a catholic brother.

These seriously damaged people coming together makes the perfect storm.

The bullied becomes the nasty bully. The abused become the abusers.

On the subject of human trafficking, Sri Lanka is the number one location for the trafficking of young boys for sexual servitude.

Does anyone know anyone with strong ties to Sri Lanka.

When the dust settles on Fiji and the truth is finally revealed the average Fijian will be chilled to the bone.

THESE PEOPLE ARE OUR LEADERS.

God Help Us.

mark manning said...

@ Vilimoni 339 p.m.
Well that's a new excuse!
I thought Frank said he took over the Government because of corruption!
Frank did try to justify his Act f High Treason by claiming there was a Doctrine of Necessity, and compared his illegal take over of Government with Gough Whitlam's dismissal by John Kerr, the then Governor General, in 1975.
But Frank chose to deliberately misrepresent those events as a "Doctrine of Necessity" when it was nothing more than an alcoholic, Narcissistic Attorney General, full of his own perceived Omnipotence, believing that only "he" John Kerr, could resolve an impasse taking place on the floor of Government House, a Political stalemate if you will.

No, I'm afraid the coup d'etat in 2006 in Fiji, was just that, a coup d'etat, nothing more, nothing less,
and the reasons behind it were not Politically motivated, nor was Frank trying to remove what he described as "corrupt Government"!
His sole purpose was to avoid his own impending arrest by the then Commissioner of Police, Andrew Hughes, from arresting him, Frank, for sedition and his alleged involvement in the torture and murder of CRW Soldiers in 2000.

Do any of you actually know the true description of " A Doctrine of Necessity" and the different options which might have been available in resolving one, in 2006, other than taking over an elected Government?

Anonymous said...

Taukei Movement, keep reading and try to understand the reality of the END OF THIS JOURNEY.It all began with a Coup that went wrong and LIU-MURI amongst the senior soldiers Boys which caused the innocent murdered lives of 5 CRW soldiers and couple others civilians in Nadi and Suva.

To you all HINDUS brothers and sisters stay close with the Taukei Movement and join them for the messages of TRUTH are sounding closer everyday of what MUSLIM Kaiyum and his battalion are working on. We are waiting for the Insiders and Whistleblowers within them to give us what we are all waiting for.

Please do not do anything stupid or silly to upset everyone.

Soldier Boys, we love you and please just drop your guns and walk away to where the TRUTH is and remember:-
1. Truth needs no witness or Advisors.
2. Truth is naked, clean and clear.
3. Truth speaks for itself on all languages and need no interpreter. 4. Truth never tell Lies and Lies will never tell the Truth.
5. Truth brings peace, love, joy, happiness and unity to all.
6. Truth us what the Satanic and Devil's faithfuls hates.
7. Truth is FEARLESS for he is what he is.

Please pray for our Soldier Boys at home and abroad in Golan Height, Syria. Pray for the Government of the day too to tell the TRUTH. We need Peace and not war.

Anonymous said...

More disillusionment with Fiji?



Fiji Rugby Union loses HPU manager
17:01 Sat Jul 06, 2013


Resigning from the Fiji Rugby Union is HPU Manager, Mike Ryan.
Taken from/By: FBC Sports
Report by: Eleina McDonald
The Fiji Rugby Union has sufferred a major blow towards their plans to move the sport forward, following the resignation of FRU High Performance manager, Mike Ryan.
Reasons for Ryan’s resignation is yet to be revealed, however, FBC SPORTS has been reliably informed of his motion to prematurely end his contract at Rugby House.
He joined the FRU in late January and his resignation which is believed to be have been handed in yesterday means, his time as FRU’s HPU Manager is the shortest term served compared to previous managers that include Peter Murphy, Daniel Lobendahn and Talemo Waqa.

Mohammed Tora said...

The nationalist and racist supporters of SODELPA always blame Fiji Muslims and the Indians for Fiji's since 1987. Why cant they blame themselves? As they claim they have 100% support of the Vanua(Fijian people),the Taukei Movement, the Chiefs and 50% of the army then why cant they overthrow this government as they did in 1987 and 2000.My advise is to overthrow this government, and repatriate all the Indians to England. I am sure 95% of Fiji Indians want to migrate but don't have any options. They have lost all confidence in Fiji. The army is 95%Fijian and Bainimara government has only 2 indo-Fijian ministers and yet SODELPA supporters are blaming Fiji-Indians all the time.

Anonymous said...

@mohammed tora

be careful , what you say , you can be indicted for treason and also indicted for the agriculture scam while you a agriculture minister.you did while serving under qarase interim government in 2000 and 2001. remember do you want to end up like kunatuba and that sun court boss bikha. remember police can still charge you for the 22 million lost in voting buying of the SDL party in 2000 and 2001.don't be selfish when kinivuwai your son in law is in Australia a former sdl, national director.. boci.

Anonymous said...

FIJI NEWS Qarase still part of SODELPA July 07, 2013 08:31:06 AM A+ A- | print | email | mobile Bookmark and Share 0 inShare Follow @ Twitter Laisenia Qarase will always have a part to play for the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) and this will never change, says Fiji’s former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka. “Even though he has been ruled out for elections Qarase will always be the strength of SODELPA and the party owes it to him to have a role for him in the party,” Rabuka told FijiLive. “It is unrealistic to expect that he will not be part of it." In an earlier interview Qarase expressed his support for the party despite not being available for elections. “I will always support SODELPA even if I will not be holding any position my support will remain firm,” Qarase said. SODELPA general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu said Qarase still has the respect of each member of the party even though position in the party as per the Political Parties Registration decree. The party is expected to name a leader soon.

Read more at: http://www.fijilive.com/news/2013/07/qarase-still-part-of-sodelpa/54379.Fijilive
Copyright 2013 © Fijilive.com

Anonymous said...

FIJI NEWS I want to do right: Rabuka July 07, 2013 05:00:28 PM A+ A- | print | email | mobile Bookmark and Share 0 inShare Follow @ Twitter I am standing because I want to make up for my past actions, says former Fiji Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka. Speaking to FijiLive, Rabuka said he was remorseful for his role in the 1987 coup and that he wanted to do right by “all those I have hurt.” “The world change and I have also changed, I initially said that I would not be available for elections however many people have asked me to be available so I have considered and have made up my mind,” Rabuka said. “Fiji needs to move forward and anyone that will be chosen to take the country forward must be sure to have the support of the people and continue to take Fiji to better heights.” On whether he will join an existing company or stand alone, Rabuka said he was keeping his options open and could stand as an independent if the need arises. By Mereani Gonedua

Read more at: http://www.fijilive.com/news/2013/07/i-want-to-do-right-rabuka/54386.Fijilive
Copyright 2013 © Fijilive.com

AUSSIE RULES said...

Mark Manning should be Prime Minister for Fiji, I genuenly beliebve. He knows so much about everything, wow. Can Mark please join a political party forthwith ,so that we can vote you in and have an Australian Government in Fiji as soon as we can. We really enjoyed th last episode of Australian governance here, remember they got the indians here for the Australian's fettish for sugar,maybe this time around they will relocate another group of people to somewhere they don't come from and cause nuisance to the local people of that land.
Mark you are soooo intelligent,wow man can we please have to the opportunity to vote for you...please,we can get Julia Gillard to assist you since she has been couped out of her PM role after couping the former OM who has now couped himself back to power. Lot to learn for us dopey niggers here in these isles.

Anonymous said...

Na butako e sega na vanua e tini kina, Bainimarama!

Mo na dro i vei? Keimami na kasiviti iko kei koya na dau masia tiko nomu polo o Khaiyum ni bera ni drau viritaki i Naboro!

Drau na tini ga ena veitono i Voco kei Khaiyum!

wadana said...

I hope that this man will at least stand the test of his life time and face the consequences of his action back in 1987.
standing in as an independent candidate or party all we need is a mam of his caliber who can action the talk and differentiate between cleaning up and corruption!!!

Major General (Retired) Sitiveni (Steve) Ligamamada Rabuka, CF, OBE, O St J, MSD, Legion D’Honneur (FR), Order of Tahiti Nui was Prime Minister of Fiji from 1992 to 1999. During his term as Prime Minister he took a personal leading role in the review and promulgation of Fiji’s Constitution which was acclaimed widely as the Blueprint for multi-cultural nations in this era of ethnic unrest around the world, and which enabled Fiji to be readmitted into the Commonwealth after its ousting in 1987 following two military Coup d’etat led by then Colonel Rabuka.

He was elected as the first Independent Chairman of Fiji’s Great Council of Chiefs, the main source of advice on culture and traditions and Fijian land matters to the government of Fiji, after relinguishing the Prime Ministership in 1999. He was also engaged by the Secretary General of the Commonwealth to be the Commonwealth Special Envoy for Peace following the outbreak of racial violence in the Solomon Islands in 1999.

General Rabuka retired as Commander of the Fiji Military Forces in 1991 and became a Co-Deputy Prime Minister in the Interim Government of Fiji before standing for election and winning to become Fiji’s first Republican Government Prime Minister in 1992.

During his military career between 1968 and 1991, he commanded two Infantry Battalions on Peace Keeping duties in Lebanon (1980-1981) and Sinai Dessert, Egypt (1983-1985). For outstanding leadership in Lebanon, Rabuka was awarded the OBE (Military Division) by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in 1981. He was awarded the French Legion D’Honneur for bravery by the French Government for saving a French officer during an attack on the UN Headquarters in Lebanon in 1980.

He is a graduate of the Indian Defence Services Staff College and the Australian Joint Services Staff College in Canberra, Australia. He received the Master of Science (Defence Studies) from the University of Madras in 1979, and an Honorary Doctorate from the Central Queensland University for his leading role in the formulation of Fiji’s Constitution min 1998.

He was awarded Fiji’s highest honour, Companion of the Order of Fiji (CF) for his leadership role as Prime Minister of Fiji between 1992 and 1999.

Rabuka is a keen sportsman having represented his country in Rugby (1970 – 1977) as a Prop, and Athletics in Decathlon (South Pacific Games 1971 and Commonwealth Games 1974). He plays golf on a single-figure handicap.

Rabuka is a favourite choice for Company Groups holding Conferences in Fiji and is a well-liked speaker on a wide range of topics from sports to politics, rebellion to religion, victor to vanguished.

Rabuka is now writing the sequel to his Biography and runs a small business in his village. He and his wife now have two daughters, two sons and seven grandchildren

mark manning said...

@ aussie rules
well, you said it, dopey nigger!
I could become your President and it was the English who brought indentured labourers from India, not the Australians.
It was the Labor Party which deposed Julia gillard, not Kevin rudd because of poor ratings in the polls and a fear of Government losing too many votes in the September election.
I suspect that you are Graham Davis however.

rajend naidu said...

editor,
Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa tells us "not long ago we had marches in our cities and towns with all uniting to declare their cities and towns " crime-free" (Fiji Times 8/7). Now goes on to tell us there is " a bold move by the authorities to declare Fiji 'smoke-free' as well. He wonders " what's next- sex-free" Fiji?
Different people wonder about different things.
I wonder when the people of Fiji will march to declare their country "dictatorship-free"?
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney

Anonymous said...

to rajen naidu
We can declare Fiji a 'dictatorship" country as soon as our so called "elected" leaders declare Fiji a "racist-free" country.

Long Live Savior Bainimarama
Dharam Lingam

Anonymous said...

to rajen naidu
We can declare Fiji a "dictator-free" country as soon as our so called "elected leaders" declare Fiji a 'racist-free" country.

Long Live Savior Bainimarama
Dharam Lingam

Anonymous said...

It is amazing anyone can live though some biggest lies and keep a straight face about it. We have been cursed to be under the manipulation of this megalomaniac kleptomania for such a long time. And what's with his latest antics of carrying his son around during official invites. Seems bizarre.

Anonymous said...

@Mark Manning
You are right.
That was Dickhead Davies.

Anonymous said...


Theft, assault top list

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, July 08, 2013


THE Northern Division has recorded 1355 criminal cases up to last month.

Top of the list are offences such as theft, assault, sexual attacks, burglary and damaging property.

This has prompted police to call on members of the public to be involved in crime prevention.

Divisional police commander North SSP Naulumatua Lutunacaucau revealed this at the launch of the Duavata Community Policing model at Nasekula Village last Friday.

He said theft and assault were the two most common offences throughout Fiji.

"The role and responsibility of the Fiji Police Force is to protect life and property, preserve peace, detect and apprehend offenders, enforce laws and regulations and also help those in need of assistance," SSP Lutunacaucau said.

SSP LUTUNACAUCAU SHOULD LISTEN TO HIS OWN ADVICE AND ARREST THE BIGGEST CRIMINAL IN THE LAND, BAINIMARAMA.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 12.58pm

1) It's not amazing at all - the iAG fools no one except himself. Fijians can call see through his desperado acts of BS - that can only come from one who has gone too far out on a limb, knows that time is not on his side, as well as knows too well that its way too late to turn back and start over without risking the very REAL POSSIBILITY of a life jail term at Naboro Maximum Prison.

2) No curse at all except for him who knows fully well he's living on borrowed time.

3) Not bizzaire at all that he carries his son around but a CHEAP, CALCULATED tactic in using an innocent child to appeal to Fijians esp. the i-taukei. What a bloody joke he's become. There's no need for the cheap charades - just show us the money trail..

Wake up Fiji said...

The wife has also become part of the campaign charade. She is with him now on all public functions, flying in with him and the boy on helicopter to open functions and pictured at front sitting in chair looking demurely on while father and son 'entrance' itaukei.

Frank also bouncing children on his lap - black, yellow, white, mixed all the children of the world - in what can only be a campaign side show.

Anonymous said...

ANON 12.58. I too have noticed that he keeps carrying his kid around. The only sensible thing i can deduce from this is that he him shelf cant believe that he was capable of creating a child. Its like he is so proud of his achievement that he has to show the world.The bloody 0.5.

Anonymous said...

@Dharam Lingam
where you live - the US - have the elected leaders there declared the country "racist-free"?

Anonymous said...

It is very cynical of Khaiyum to use his son in this way.

mark manning said...

Those who a suggest that Frank Bainimarama is not a racist, need look no further than his almost 100% Fijian Indigenous Military to dispel that Myth!

Anonymous said...

Manning you must be a racist yourself because you seem to enjoy accusing everyone other than yourself as being racist.C'mon mate, the Fijian army is made up of almost 100% indigenous b'cos it is circumstantial. Neither more nor less.

mark manning said...

@ anon 1101 p.m.
My response was in response to another's comments here.
Funny how Frank's supporters can so readily justify Frank's racism, but readily attack others for theirs!
So what are the circumstances that make Fiji's Military almost 100% Indigenous Fijian?

Anonymous said...

@wadana
how is Rabuka likely to be remembered?
I remember him as the military general who carried out the first coup in fiji and said God had spoken to him to do that!
I also remember him saying at a press conference soon after the coup that he has assumed executive authority of the government of the country and when someone asked him where he got his authority from he replied he had just given it to himself!!
That trend has continued with the current military thug ruler of fiji.

wadana said...

@anon 11:56am
I want to remember him as a product of evolution in faith Christianity and not much on blood Christianity.
I want to remember him as a man who can stand the consequences of his own actions and make amends accordingly.
I want to remember him as a man who according on his own conviction that what he did in 87 were wrong.
I want to remember him as a man who later quickly realized that Fiji is a multiracial country no two way about it.
I want to remember him as a man who work the talk and again put up his hand and join forces with our current political old horses in trying to steer the country back to normalcy.

I hope he comes out off lower Ragg Avenue,Donu Place and give a full media release of what he can do,think is best,the best way forward for us all.

He is still my choice at this moment!!



Anonymous said...

My oh, oh my, she sure has a TAMANI BIG SIZED MOUTH!! I just wish!!

Anonymous said...

Pig's Arse's mouth is not far off!!

Anonymous said...

don't know if you notice how kaiyumi looks like Mr bean with his startled round-eye look. Acts like him too

Dharam Lingam said...

I'm sorry bloggers, I was ranting earlier because my boyfriend didn't turn up as promised. I think I'll have to look for another one, maybe an older man this time.

Long live Rabuka

Anonymous said...

Paranoia abounds and knows no bounds for the iAG, his brother Riyaz and other regime lackeys living around Vunakece Road and Namadi Heights vicinity. "O what a tangled web you weave iAG..."


"Trio tell of horrifying ordeal, police, army investigate"

http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=239592

Anonymous said...

He really has a liars face and expression