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Thursday, September 12, 2013

New Zealand rewards military dictatorship for unsanctioned Constitution

NZ's lolly dispenser: Murray McCully. pic The Jackal
Sweetners from New Zealand today to the illegal government of Frank Bainimarama, a week after the regime officially scrapped the 1997 Constitution it abrogated, replacing it with one it drew up itself.

New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister, Murray McCully, announced today Cabinet had revoked the sport sanctions it had imposed in 2006 and also reinstated 10 post graduate scholarships.

Individual bans on regime members and the military remain in place, but from today's developments it appears restrictions around family members of less senior figures had been relaxed for some time but not made public.


Fiji: Held at ransom since 2006. pic Truth for Fiji
McCully made the announcement saying Cabinet had approved the easing of sanctions "which recognise both the progress that has been made in Fiji and the need for support for free and fair elections".

He said New Zealand would "continue down this path as further progress is made toward free and fair elections."


Another get out of jail for free card for Bainimarama. pic Shazzer and Truth for Fiji



66 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well NZ knows that Fiji will move on with or without the sanctions etc. Na qai oqo ena qai ga!

Anonymous said...

I think NZ had little choice because of leadership change in Australia which will support Fiji Govt.

Anonymous said...

Me vaka cava kina na nomu lesu mai vale ni veivesu sona levu e vica na ligamu o iko na sotia sona levu, levu ga na vosa viavia vakarerevaki tiko ni kau dakai wavoki tiko. ni yali na dakai galu sara qai mai qaralevu tu yani na sona. you fuckan asshole

Anonymous said...

Fijian soldiers useless waste the time doing nothing higly paid and forcing the very people they suppose to take care of.

Vaqakoro said...

No point in heaping ef`s and c`s on McCully for his announcement,he`s only performing his role as NZ`s foreign minister.
The ball is in our court as Fijians to back-up our words and do what has to be done.

Anonymous said...

Bawahahahahahahahaha what has poked Anonymous 9:29PM. E KUVAI RAU E DUA TONOKA NA NOMUDRAU SONA. What is being said and the topic just don't match. Something really poked this guy hard. Bawahahahahahahahaha.

Anonymous said...

Rrrrrrrrrrt sega tale ni qai dua na ka e tonoki koya e lekanai saraga vua edua na boci balavu, fatty fatty qai kulina. Waikau, hahahahaha.

Anonymous said...

Ni veicai ga na toso qo sa tokona mai o Australia, NZ, European Union, PIF, Japan. Ni qai veivutusona toka mai na qai sa na qai ga. tiki se warai ni tiki na qai sa na qai ga.

Anonymous said...

Australia, NZ, EU, Japan and PIF and others have shown support to governments process to election under the new constitution. It is really a minority that is against the process.

Anonymous said...

We do not give a damn about NZ,Ausie,US and other overseas country because they do not care about the welfare of the people of our country.They are not bothered wheather things are done legally or not as John Key said NZ does not worry about the genuinity of the constitution. which simply means that it is the people of Fiji you and me are to make things right and legal so the challenge is on the law abiding citizen of Fiji. We can not allow illegal process and criminal element to be hidden in our constitution and be part of our government. Illegal process and criminal elements resting place is court of law and prison.This illegal regime has to be taken out. Thay are increasing their own salary because they have got one year left before the election. We must have a civilian administration to take the country to election to also guard agauinst the rigging of the election result.

Anonymous said...

Io na qai qo sa na qai la,Ia na leqa e qaui tiko gona i vei ? Na qai qo sa naulu sobu tiko ,me lai voca ka kavoro na bula vakailavo ni matanitu o Viti. O ya na vanua e da sa qai tuiko kina rau. ^ na bilioni na dinau e tu me na sauma na matanitu, tubu na kedra i sau na PSW sega tu ni macala na kedra i sau na Ministers rau ya 1million cakacaca or Bai kei Kaiyum me kau mai vei na i lavo na beqaravu ga sa waraki keda toka mai me da qai yani vua.

Vutuki Bainimarama said...

Era na qai mai na kui jaina me ra vutuki ira na sotia me saumi kina na dinau......tukuna o vore ena mosi ga ke o moqe

Anonymous said...

Me vacava kina ni nratou rawata n 3 na lvena yalewa na nodratou koroi mai na University. Sa udolu na gone e ra sa rawata na nodra koroi mai na USP na BA,MA.The problemns is that Bainimarama and his family are leaving on the earning of criminal actiivities namely Treason, corruption,criminal intimidation and so on and so forth.That is no difference from a notorious criminal who earns his living on proceeds of crime

Anonymous said...

Iragone anonymous 3:08AM what has your post got to do with the topic. Totallyoutof sync. Vakaveiau edua beka vei ratou na turaga mai Kiuva e dau caiti watimu tiko ko sa cla tu kina na nomu post ena veitalanoa qo. Lako mada lai domica na boci ni nomu koli.

Anonymous said...

Annon@3:08am...Are you telling us
that Bainimarama 3 Daughters just
graduated from the USP with BA & MA degrees?
If this is true,than
howcome the Prof didn't offer Bai
a free one too?

Anonymous said...

Anon@6:09am...Bai stop
been an assole and stop
abusing people
on this website?
Kua la na via valecaleca?
We know you and with
your mental case, you
probably wished that you were
here to kicked anon@3:08am ass?
But too bad,cause
i know the guy and he's in Aussie
and tough enough to kicked your
ass too? So if you want to
meet and duke it out,answer me
here and i'd be glad to passed
on you answer to the guy ( you know
him)and he'd meet you anywhere,anytime & no bodyguards
either?

Anonymous said...

Bai got masters of con/ lies .

Anonymous said...

Fiji pm said want smarter fiji.can he resign now dum pm.

Anonymous said...

What Bainimarama shud expect..returning to democracy shud bring credibility..a democratically elected PM and its govt...if the govt of its day say for soldiers to return to baracks and return to normallacy..and have minimum budget for its no operative soldiers..shud they get that..the numbskull soldiers will definitely plan for another coup...now thats where the interesting thing will come into play...all the coup apologists will make a run to aussie or NZ to claim refugee status ...what will happen than to caught in the cross fire..the grass root people..alot is being put across to villagers, and other low income earning people..bainimarama's family plus the kean family will definitely will hung from their toe nails..all the soldiers that are backing him , who praising him now on the blog will be his own nemesis..bainimarama is definitely a man on his own..if he doesnt feed the wolves..they will get him in the end...get my drift..!!!

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Anonymous said...

You Fijians are dumb, that's what you get by letting this asshole baimagasona rule you.

Anonymous said...

Bai is being mislead by the kaiviti presenting kava, whales tooth and making statements of support in Fiji Sun.
The mother of all LIU MURI AGE PACHI is being planned on him and the numbskull doesnt even realise it.

Just Saying said...

Anon@9.25 That is true but coming so close after the Constitution it's like NZ never knew better!

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama's biggest downfall is his finance/economists' failure to find a solution on who to bridge the widening gap between rich and poor with increasing unemployment especially with our young people. At the end of the day, it is going to be about putting food on the table. Cost of living is so high, and the Ministry of Finance/Planning do not even prepare cashflow/financial plans anymore.

Anonymous said...


Anon @ 7.24am Actually these degrees were earned years before the 2006 Coup. too much envy

Anonymous said...

Anons@9:03am;9:22am/9:25am...do you guys need a noose?
walai?magimagi,vau,or
sinidodo?
Don't
thank me, i'm just glad to be
here,
able to help you guys out, to
take your final journey
to ELI!!!
May Rama have mercy on
all your poor souls???

Anonymous said...

Only some PSs deserve pay rises and the ministry's performance is the best indicator. Those who do not deserve the pay rise are those who have alcoholic breath in meetings and go off to sleep when you're still talking. Then there are the CEOs of statutory bodies who lasaituba with official funds, and easily corruptible. The difference between integrity and no class.

BC said...


Call for strong leadership

Torika Tokalau
Friday, September 13, 2013

Kalabu Community Post youths entertain the audience during the launch of the duavata community policing in the Southern Division at the Valelevu grounds in Nasinu yesterday.

STRONG leadership in families is critical to ensuring the safety and security of children in the future.

This was the message from Defence Minister Joketani Cokanasiga while launching the duavata community policing in Nasinu yesterday.

Mr Cokanasiga said fighting crime in communities was not impossible and challenged families to ensure strong leadership

HOW ABOUT JOKETANI SHOW SOME STRONG LEADERSHIP AND GO GET RID OF THE TREASONIST CRIMINALS RUNNING THE COUNTRY.

LEVU GA NA VOSA MACAWA.
TEKIVU MADA MAI JERUSALEMI.

Do these people read their speeches or are they just a bunch of coward numbskulls?

I didn't think Fijians could stoop THIS LOW.

I mean honestly here they are lecturing young people and lying through their teeth.
What sort of example are they showing? That its OK to be a dumb dickhead? Huh?

Just shows to what level Joketani is willing to stoop.

Vakamadua.

And these are supposedly the cream of the crop in Fijian Leadership.
What a shame!
Joketani I wonder what your parents taught you?
What did they teach you at Sunday School?
Isa kakua ni vakaloloma taki keda na kaiViti va qo, me ra mai lasutaki tu o ira na gone.
Vakamadua mai na mataqali veiliutaki va qo.

I'm sure Mr Joketani, your parents did not raise you to be like this.
Kakua ni vakamduataka na yaca sa mai toka tu qori vei iko.
Kakua ni vakamaduataki rau nomu qase.
Kakua ni vakamaduataka nomu mataqali, yavusa, kei na vanua.

PLEASE DON'T LET US FIJIANS DOWN.
PLEASE STAND FOR WHAT IS RIGHT.
Kakua ni mai vakalolomataka na yaca taleitaki qo.

IMMEDIATELY ARREST THESE TREASONIST CRIMINALS - BAI AND KAI.

Rusi Varani said...

I view the above claim with great trepidation. If it is indeed true, it will leave a lot of unanswered questions about New Zealand’s position with regards to the illegal regime in Fiji. New Zealand and Australia have been 2 of the most prominent critics of the Fijian illegal regime, so we were led to believe. Most of us who shared that view against the illegal regime are baffled and completely taken by surprise by the sudden turn of events.
It appears that NZ, in particular, hoodwinked the majority of Fiji’s citizens and the world at large by its critical condemnation and continuous uttering of derogatory insinuation of the illegal regime only now to be seen as waking up from the same bed as the beast.
They were the ones who ‘unsuccessfully’ tried to broker a deal between Qarase and Bainimarama and had the chance of becoming instant heroes when rumors had it that they were going to ‘arrest’ Bainimarama in 2006. The recent events about the illegal SIS raids on Fiji citizens in NZ and now the partial revocation of sanctions against the illegal regime because the NZ Cabinet had “recognise both the progress that has been made in Fiji and the need for support for free and fair elections” when the constitution itself has its many flaws and has not been widely accepted in Fiji, has compounded my suspicions that NZ may have a case to answer for what happened in Fiji in 2006 to this day. Only time will tell.

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama what ever you are doing ,do not forget where Gadafi, Sadam and Musharaf finally ended up. They rule for a while but it did not last. Before its too late and whilst you are still in power I humbly and with due respect,request that you do the right thing. ? You a full blooded fijian and we have our tradition and culture. If you apologise and ask for forgiveness,I have no doubt in my mind that the itaukei wll surely forgive you and things can move on from there. Constitution and law are not indispensable they are subject to change and can not be guaranteed that you will be protected for ever. It's time you make up your own mind because people who are now supporting you for their own advantages and gain will turn their back on you when crunch time comes. You have family and grand children that you would like to see them later in the twilight of your life enjoying their lives without any obstacles or figure pointing or gossip that would place them in isolation from the rest of our community and they will curse you in their life time, Its not too late. Please look at the Fiji community and society in a wider perspective of their we'll beings and dignity. Eevery human being deserves respect irrespective of the life status,and their right to be heard on their views should be preserved. It's a world of learning and we can learn a lot and difference can be made if we have open mind and listen to views and ideas before making a decisions, Wisdom and Vision..So much to say but the decision is yours God bless and enjoy your day,

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama what ever you are doing ,do not forget where Gadafi, Sadam and Musharaf finally ended up. They rule for a while but it did not last. Before its too late and whilst you are still in power I humbly and with due respect,request that you do the right thing. ? You a full blooded fijian and we have our tradition and culture. If you apologise and ask for forgiveness,I have no doubt in my mind that the itaukei wll surely forgive you and things can move on from there. Constitution and law are not indispensable they are subject to change and can not be guaranteed that you will be protected for ever. It's time you make up your own mind because people who are now supporting you for their own advantages and gain will turn their back on you when crunch time comes. You have family and grand children that you would like to see them later in the twilight of your life enjoying their lives without any obstacles or figure pointing or gossip that would place them in isolation from the rest of our community and they will curse you in their life time, Its not too late. Please look at the Fiji community and society in a wider perspective of their we'll beings and dignity. Eevery human being deserves respect irrespective of the life status,and their right to be heard on their views should be preserved. It's a world of learning and we can learn a lot and difference can be made if we have open mind and listen to views and ideas before making a decisions, Wisdom and Vision..So much to say but the decision is yours God bless and enjoy your day,

Anonymous said...

Bloggers argument over which colour skin is better (ie white or black) is interesting. Latest revelation on coloured assimilation into white was earlier this year when it was revealed, the late Princess Diana had Indian blood which means the British heir to the throne, Prince William and his son, have Indian. Aah the splendor of a coloured heritage!

Anonymous said...

F..k you McCully!!
Where were you these last SEVEN years when we were crying out to you?
It is far too late - we are now going CHINESE because of aesreholes like you!!

Anonymous said...

There is NOW way we the true FIJIANS are going to forgive this thug!
After what he has done to us, there is NO WAY we are going to forgive him the BASTARD!

Anonymous said...

Mai aso Voreqe!!
Kalowaca ga na kau, sega VAKADUA ni o kalowaca taka na tamata, KAISI o iko!!

Anonymous said...

Typical Fiji style of mentality!!!! Blame the world and DO NOTHING!!!!! Wake up and get counted, no use babbling on blogs and social media!!!

We have only ourselves as lamulamu group of people to blame, not McCully or Abbot or anyone else!!!!

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 13/9, 8.31 & 8.34pm It takes a bigger KAISI to recognise one. Learn to smell the roses to lighten your burden of envy and anger. Oilei Navua.

Anonymous said...



@ anonymous 3:15 AM

Sa laurai ga vei iko na dau kubulaki rau jiko o Bainimarama kei Khaiyum... Oti o dau qai lai laulauvutu nomu sona vei ira na sotia ra jiko qori ina keba i Nabua.

Lai savata mada na waini tagane e tasova tu mai qori i nomu matani cici kei na gusumu, sebera ni o mai comment ike..... Caijibumu ni uwaluvu.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahahahaha ka dina koya comment tiko i cake.... Keimami mosi na kete ni dredre na gunu yaqona jiko qo... Kadina tamana, o koya qori anon 3:15 AM e cakacaka jiko na Illegal PMs office, na kawa ca... Tamata dau vakalolomataka no boci ni sotia...hahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Anonymous said...

O ira na tonoki, vosota tokoni Bainimagaijinana tiko ike me ra lai create- taka nodra website vakataka ira... Me ra lai kakase tiko kina, sa rui milamila nodra sona na vei ka dina e tukuni jiko ina Coup4.5....

Oti ga noqu comment qo, e dua na sapota, vosota supporter nei Bainivuaka ena milamila mai nona sona. Qai reply mai noqu comment.... Ke milamila nomu sona reply mai Bainimagaitinamu supporter....

Anonymous said...

Anon@4.23am,4.32am&4.40am, nomu vosa bona e vakaraitaka ni ko tamata bona. Sa rauta mo kana karasi, no qare, ka mata vakamaqe. He, he, he.

Anonymous said...

I think someone has to redefine the meaning of free and fare or just.The foreign affairs minister of New Zealand said the New Zealand has released some restrictions against Fiji regime in support for a fare and free election. Now the first obstical is the constitution which was written and approved by the regime without any consultaion with the people of Fiji. It is this unfare and dictated constitution that provides the leway to the election 2014 IF it is going to be held. It is Mcullys language free and fare.To the people of Fiji New Zealand and other overseas countries are taking their que from the illegal regime because we are not physically protesting vigrously against the regime on what we are saying against them unless we physically protest they will not believe us

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 6.25am, too much smart gas-bag. This regime did go around consulting with the people and I know that my concern as an iTaukei was raised and now captured in this Constitution. Yes, they cannot please everyone but that is the way of ALL Constitutions in this world. They did visit as many places possible, outer island and the interior, even AG Khaiyum. The big countries know about the consultation process etc, they also witnessed it. You're crying over spilt milk. Just grow up.Otherwise, remain the child in tantrum that you are.

NZ A Dunce said...

Hilarious. Easing of sanctions not enough to impress Fiji. Kubuabola reckons 'the incremental changes in the New Zealand stance' are of little consequence to Fiji. "... it was regrettable they were of little impact at this late stage of Fiji’s
progress towards a return to democracy" according to the Fiji Sun.
“Our commitment to taking Fiji to democratic elections by September 2014 has been resolute. With the new Constitution in place and the electoral process under way our plan under the Roadmap is very much on track.
“It is positive that New Zealand recognises this commitment and progress but it may have come a little too late.”
Eat that McCully. Screw the Fiji people over for nothing.

UNEqual rights said...

Kaiyum, gates and shameem deliberately ignored this????

Today marks six years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).

In a historic vote on September 13, 2007, 144 countries voted for the Declaration. It is the outcome of 25 years of hard negotiations. The rights spelled out in the document "constitute the minimum standards for the survival, dignity and well-being of the Indigenous Peoples of the world." The Declaration protects collective rights and individual rights of Indigenous Peoples in relation to self-government, land, education, employment, health and other areas.

Several countries have made steps towards aligning their policies with the standards enshrined in the Declaration, however, an implementation gap remains. There has been an increased international focus on Indigenous Peoples' right to participate in decision-making processes, especially on the states' duty to consult Indigenous Peoples to seek their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in regards to issues that will affect their lands, lives, and livelihoods.



As one UN Permanent Forum delegate stated, "The most important element of Indigenous Peoples' ability to claim the right of Free, Prior and Informed Consent is to have informed and organized communities." Access to information about the Declaration and FPIC is crucial.




Cultural Survival's FPIC Initiative is strengthening Indigenous Peoples' capacity to implement FPIC by increasing awareness and understanding of this right through community media and community exchanges.

Anonymous said...

@Unequal rights 11:15 AM

And this is exactly why all 'indigenous' in Fiji have the right to represent the majority, who are also indigenous, in government.

No one is stopping any of the indigenous becoming parliamentary candidates and being voted in by their indigenous majority.

So what's the problem?

UNEqual rights said...

the problem is you don't understand what you read...its about protection of indigenous peoples rights...land ownership, governance, culture etc...the problem with you is that you don't have culture or don't value it or consider it worthless. that's the problem in Fiji and other colonised countries...it will take another hundred years before you will understand and respect that...this constitution does not protect indigenous rights...the government has taken it upon itself to determine whats good for them...you think that's right or fair??

Anonymous said...

@Unequal rights 12:40 PM

No, the problem is that it's absolutely nothing to do with me not understanding what I read or respect of a races and their indigenous rights.

The problem is that the indigenous have had the opportunity over and over again to put themselves in a position, in government, where they control their rights, whether it be culture or land or whatever.

Unfortunately they have not bothered to put the effort in to take advantage of that opportunity, now regret it and look for every possible excuse they can conjure up to cover their own mistakes.

Stop blaming others and take responsibility for the past and your lack of participation in making Fiji what you wanted.

UNEqual rights said...

you dickhead, read this:
...."the states' duty to consult Indigenous Peoples to seek their Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in regards to issues that will affect their lands, lives, and livelihoods. "

did baini and kaiindia do this for their constitution???
read the farkn thing with your eyes open.

Utonivesi said...

@annon 8:44am Sep 15

Annon 1:05pm just cannot read whatever there is to read,his mind is so prejudiced his arse and his mouth are one to him.

Anonymous said...

There is no doubt in my mind that this is by far the best constitution Fiji ever had. The immunity provisions for people who have sacrificed so much to revolutionise the old corrupt order are impeccable. This will allow a smooth transition from the current government into a legitimate, elected government led by our Prime Minister. The provisions are well thought out, in particular the recruitment of the AG: He can be recruited by our PM without being an elected member of Parliament which means that our AG does not have to run through a humiliating popularity test against some populist politicians who will promise anything just to get into the game. The same goes for the CJ. This constitution is really watertight! The best outcome would be if the UFDF boycotts the election and the PM's new party will be the only legitimate choice in the democratic elections.

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Anonymous said...

Why are you worried about Attar Singh and start reporting him to AG. Attar Singh is using his right as enshrine in the 2013 constitution. What else AG can do? Nothing that constitution has been approved and effected from 7/9/2013. All you can do is go and suck AG or bend down to him.

Anonymous said...

Who said that this constitution is well thought out. There is nothing new most of the content on his constitution are cut and paste from previous constitutions and the only new thing is because Bainimarama and his conspirators are asshole and frighten to face the law for the offences they have committed they are including the immunity section so that they can evade the court and going to prison.the question is "Does guarantee that they are safe ? No that provision can be change and. They can still face court.

Anonymous said...

If the government can be illegally taken over and those involved can abrogate the constitution and write another new constitution so what is stopping the changing. Of the immunity provision in the 2013 constitution in the feature .Law can be repealed and amended even if it says that it can not because the law says that the 1997 constitution can not be abrogate and the court rules that it is still alive but Binimarama abrogate it and make another we constitution. So Biininarama and co. remember the rope is still hanging on your necks.

Anonymous said...

Let us not forget that all members of this regime [ with those who had died] and those behind the scene, committed treason, and they should face the consequences.

Bainimarama, Khaiyum, Bole, Senilagakali, Gates, Sharmeems, Tikoitoga, Teleni, Ganilau, Nailatikau, Leweni, all the 2007 PSs,
Naivalurua, PM office staff, etc. thank you, and no thank you.

Forward the country should go, and to jail you must go, all of you, and no law should change that.

As we look look ahead, the regime that seized power by force from the people should face the course of justice.

No body asked this regime to lead, no body wanted them, only their hunger for power and fear of charges against their abuse of office and misuse of government funds.

All the talks about corruption was a cover up.

They have not only usurped power but they have robbed the people. Look at the country's debt levels, which they have not disclosed, it's about $8 billion from $1 billion in 2006.

Salary hikes, fake FBC contracts, another terminal face-lift is coming up, privatisations of government salary to relatives, ITC, outsourcing of government services, the list goes on.

The list of people destined for Naboro college should be finalised at the time of election, starting with the Thief Justice.

Anonymous said...

Anon@6:56pm...i'm with you, but lets put up name of treasonous
people that originally supported
these assoles?
I volunteer to be the Hangman & the
one to provides the hang-noose?if
i'd be lucky enough to get your vote, i'd
be glad to be the mover in parliament, to string-up
these assole bastards?

Anonymous said...

Why are you so insisting about Fiona Nemani .she may have been involved but the amount is peanut compare to the millions siphoned by Bainimarama ,Kaiyum and their supporters.Now Col. Aziz as sent $380,000 to US to purchase a house for him and his family. Where did he get that money from ?Who will investigate these people. Te thousands of dollars paid to Naivaluruas and Bainimaramas wives for providing flowersk has that been investigated? The million dollars salary of Bai and Kai and the involvement of Noor Bano has it been investigated..? The commission for the purchase of the Airbus aircraft and the existence of the Waqavuka Finance Limited has it been investigated .?why are the pensioners not paid their dues? What happen to their pension money ? Has any investigation done ? Has any investigation done to the millions dollars loan given to the FBC by the FDB .? That FBC loan is not secured,the value of the security is not worth the amount borrowed from FDB. Why no investigation carried out by the FICAC or police? These are reap off by the illegal regime. Where is the transparency and accountability they are talking about .Are they moving Fiji forward or backwards .?there is too much corruptions in this illegal regime.Bainimarama if you want our vote then come clean. Show us that nothing is hidden under the carpet..what happens to the clean up campaign. It was clean before now it is very very very dirty.What ever you promised when you forcefully take over the government nothing has been delivered and you have done the opposite . You are not worth our trust utill and unless you prove the contrary

will the elections do anything?? said...

Anon@11.29am Many well said things. I believe there will be no transparency and fair practice until this regime is gone. We keep challenging them to do the right thing or as you say 'show us that nothing is hidden under the carpet' but they never come up to scratch and probably never will. It's not in their DNA to be 'clean'. They prefer power as do the people of Fiji who are hanging their coats on the same peg - they want to be part of the winning circle because it's too painful so when not burying their heads in the sand they are burying it up Bai and Khai's arse.

Anonymous said...

Its very disturbing to read swear words on comments in this blog.I can not find a reson why someone should be swearing.People are blowing things out of propotion.Let us put all those behind and focus on how best we can find a common ground where we can have sensible talk and have some compromise for the batterman of our lives and our country. We should enjoy our lives with freedom of expression and freedom of choice. We should not be bombarding each others race and stabbing each other back. We should be working together hand in hand to ensure that the rule of law is strickly followed with no exception.Every race in Fiji should work together to stop the coup culture because it has serious negative impact on all of us collectively and individually. To stop it we have to ensure that those involve are delt with according to the law now.We may be defferent in race but we are one as humanbeing and citizen of Fiji.

Anonymous said...

Rajend Naidu:- Qarase had completed his first term as PM and had successfully won the 2006 election for his second term the issue that you are now hilighting is bygone and Jone Dakuvula who was in the Labour Party and they lost the election As a looser man like him will always try to bring up isues as they cound not comprehend their loss. The 2006 coup was infact instigated by the loosers of the election well before the 2006 election. Bainimara can elaborate on that.Qarase was democratically elected by the people. You may be saying your assumption but the facts remains.Its what the peoples say that decide so in 2006 the people have spoken and Qarases SDL party won the election fare and square. You may have disagreed but that is what democracy is all about majority have it.

Anonymous said...

Sa voleka :- Well said and I agree with your comment. Kaiyum and Bais constitution sounds good to hear but they do not realise that it is a time bomb itself if some of its content are not peoperly addressed.We need matured,experience knowlegeable and calculated and cool headed leaders.Not short tempered,thickhead, unqualified and inexperience young leaders

Anonymous said...

Anon@11:15pm...Hold on there stranger! are you saying that Bai
is not a true leader?
Look pal,the man was able to con all the Military so-called General;Colonels,Lt.Colonels;
captains,&low ranks military& Naval officers, including Labour leaders
to support him in his illegal coup?
Still don't think that Bai is qualified to run the nation,
even though he can attend the United Nations Assembly in New York City,
and make speeches to all the international leaders,telling
them of how his small nation,
of which he
is Prime Minister off,-is currently
doing to solved racism and
other social issues etc,etc?
Don't you think after 7 year at
the helm the man needs a bit of respect?

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 2:23pm...Show respect for an illegal PM who ordered the killing of crw soldiers, prisoners, civilians and the brutality meted to civilians. Respect for ordering the release of his brother who was jailed for manslaughter and while in jail, continued to be paid and today holds a position in high office. Respect for continuing the very practises he has accused of the Government he couped like corruption, nepotism, abuse of office and power. Respect for personally threatening a number of civillians who were taken in for questioning dueing the military move to subjugate the people of Fiji. Respect when he himself has shown disrespect to his very own people and religious leaders which is culimunating into the society that the younger generation is living, disrespecing all that is valuable to the common itaukei and majority of the people of Fiji. Respect for putting fear in the hearts of his very own people and blinding people like yourself. After 7 years at the helm, the only thing Frank has proven that he is a thug, and a thug is manipulative and with manipulative skills, it is not hard to fool people like you. He is skilled at manipulation and thats the only credit anyone can give him but he does require phychiatric help to enable him to realise he is not well and needs to be treated. Did we ask him to represent us at the UN Assembly. No because he is unelected and does not represent the majority of Fiji. We are fortunate he can read because whatever speech he made was drafted for him to read to the assembly. Ask him to make off mark results and a psychologist will evaluate him without even meeting him. Please if you talk about respect, let us reflect on ourselves, and learn to first respect the fact that there is a law and people cannot take the law into their own hands. Frank has taken the law into his own hands by committing treason against his very own people. YOU CANNOT TRUST ONE WHO HAS BROKEN THE LAW BECAUSE TO DO SO, THEY HAVE LEARNT TO MASTER THE ART OF MANIPULATION AND YOU MY FRIEND, IN BELIEVING IN FRANK, I AM SORRY TO SAY HAVE BEEN MANIPULATED.

Anonymous said...

anon 12.55

Who says that Frank can not take law into his own hands, because he just did? We can not cry over spilt milk.

The truth will come out in September 2014. If he wins the election and becomes the PM, then his action was legitimate, because he has the support of the people to do what he did in 2006.

Anonymous said...

Kevaka ni nanuma ni dua e rerevaka na matanitu sega keimami sega tale ga ni rerevaka na mataivalu.Kevaka me kaulaivi mada na dakai o ni sakitaka tiko qori na mataivalu me qai macala o cei e na rapetaki. Ni bau raica mada na sotia na ka e cakava tu o Bainimarama. Na tavalena e vakamate tamata,lewai totogi biu i vale ni veivesu saumi tu ga, komada tu ga ni navy go sa lai PS sara me sa na taura na i sau e sivia na $200,000.00 dua na yabaki. Sa donu tu vei kemuni na sotia oya?