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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Teimumu Kepa speech unnerves Bainimarama

 As expected the Social Democratic Liberal Party has chosen Rewa chief, Ro Teimumu Kepa, as its leader. The former SDL MP unveiled in her speech on being selected what she and the party stand for - a speech that prompted a claim of 'fear mongering' by coup leader Frank Bainimarama. We note Bainimarama's lengthy diatribe was covered by the Fiji Sun, which ignored Teimumu's speech. We also note with some mirth that Bainimarama's reply could only have been penned by the Qorvis team. Teimumu is a learned and articulate woman and can write her own speeches and media statements. The same cannot be said for Bainimarama who could not have mustered such a sentence as this: "She demonstrably avoids talking about the need to deliver basic services to ordinary Fijians". Now that is demonstrable ongoing-propaganda at taxpayers expense.

I send my greetings to the people of Fiji and to the many
"I AM READY:" Ro Teimumumu Kepa.
supporters of SODELPA here and throughout the country. The people of Rewa Province send the delegates their best wishes and want you to know that they are with us. Let me express on behalf of SODELPA, a message of goodwill to our colleagues from the Fiji Labour Party and the National Federation Party. We have often been on opposite sides. 


But I am pleased to tell you that the crisis in our country has brought us together through the political movement, the United Front for a Democratic Fiji. The United Front is based on a shared determination to defeat the forces of those who stole the last elected government. The values and principles that bind the United Front are those of democracy, truth, rights, the rule of law and accountability to the people.

We will go to the elections as individual parties with our own manifestos, but co-operating where possible, especially in getting a high turnout of voters. My friends, there comes a moment in the life of a nation when its people are called to make great decisions to protect and save their homeland. That moment has arrived for Fiji. We are called now to save our country. We must rededicate Fiji to God, and, with His support, take its destiny into our hands. 


We should look at this as our sacred duty. I did not at first actively seek the positions of leader and president of the Social Democratic Liberal Party as I was very much involved with my traditional obligations to my province and people. But I heard deep in my heart the cry of our islands. I listened; I prayed long and hard and the answers came. And, now, here I am. I am ready.

I am so very honoured to be elected unanimously to lead SODELPA and sincerely thank other candidates who withdrew in my favour. I announce today that I have offered myself for selection as a general election candidate. I give myself to this party and I give myself to the people. My courage will not falter as we move along the hazardous path back to freedom, legitimate constitutional rule and representative democracy. 

I will be there for you, to speak out for a Fiji free of fear and oppression; a Fiji of respect and compassion, social justice, the rule of law and economic progress that creates the jobs we desperately need. Those who took over the state and its government by force of arms are still seen as a threat. They will be reluctant to give up their power. 

We must show them that we have power as well. It is the sovereign power of the people; this is the highest authority and it will prevail. All of us, walking side by side, will put right the wrongs of the last seven years. We must go forward to a glorious future of limitless potential, abundant opportunity and enduring prosperity. United in this mighty mission, we can finally become all we can be and take our place again with pride among the democratic family of nations. On Wednesday we witnessed the resignation from the Republic of Fiji Military Forces of Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama. We welcome that. 

We look forward to taking him on in a free and fair election and subjecting him to a resounding defeat. His successor, Brigadier-General MoseseTikoitoga, has pledged that the military will be independent, above politics, and respect the will of the people. We will hold him to that. I invite Brigadier-General TIkoitoga to immediately make a solemn declaration that under his command there will be no more beatings, no more threats and no more unwelcome trips to the barracks. He needs to do this in light of continuing public fears and concerns. We should remind ourselves that despite the change at the RFMF, Fiji is still a dictatorship. 

Decisions are made by the few, there is no consultation with political parties, information is withheld, and oppressive, anti-democratic laws remain in place. Military officers occupy many crucial positions in government. We urge Commodore Bainimarama in his role as interim prime minister to do the right thing by the country and the people. He should move now to address these problems and create the right environment for the elections. 

On this day I declare to you before the nation that SODELPA will always recognize the supreme presence and power of Almighty God. He is the source of divine blessing not only for us as individuals and members of communities, but also for Fiji as a nation. The elected leaders in Parliament who promulgated the constitutions of 1970 and 1997 all recognized this fundamental and eternal truth. And they made sure this was acknowledged in the preamble to these constitutions. 

Contrast this wisdom of our nation’s former leaders, all democratically elected by the people, to the arrogance of Commodore Bainimarama and his unelected oligarchy. They see no place for God in their 2013 Constitution. They made this decision without the permission of the people and then declared that it had our approval. How dare they? By what right did they say we had agreed? The Bainimarama-Sayed-Khaiyum constitution tells us that we have religious liberty and that we can practice our faiths privately and publicly. But, ladies and gentlemen, we are seeing serious contradictions in this hastily assembled document. 


A senior official in the Ministry of Education has given written advice following questions raised by Suva Grammar School, a government school. This official, from the ethics and disciplinary unit, states that Christian prayers at Suva Grammar are unconstitutional. If this advice is accepted, prayers would not be allowed. Neither would any form of religious teaching. That would also mean no prayers or religious instructions at other government schools like RKS, QVS, ACS and Natabua. 

But the advice from the senior official goes further and declares that all schools must adhere to this constitutional provision. Where is the liberty here? This constitution is casting a shadow over the soul of Fiji. I ask Commodore Bainimarama to tell us why the Fiji Military Forces are not subject to the same religious restrictions? Why is the Police Force also exempt? Why are both these institutions allowed to pray together when that liberty is denied to others? This is gross discrimination on such a profoundly sensitive matter. 

Let me, therefore, give this undertaking. If you give SODELPA victory in the general elections, our very first action will be to take steps to restore God to His rightful place in our country’s supreme law. The oligarchy in power was afraid to allow the people of Fiji the freedom, through a referendum, to have the final say on the general acceptability of their Bainimarama and Saiyed-Khaiyum draft constitution. So today we have a constitution that lacks democratic legitimacy. It is a unilateral promulgation that is further compromised in terms of morality and justice in its provisions deliberately intended to protect the self-interest of the ruling elite. 

We will ask the Supreme Court for an advisory opinion on the status in law of the 1997 Constitution. Through the collective power of the people’s vote we expect a clear demonstration that citizens of Fiji overwhelmingly agree with the judgment by Fiji’s Court of Appeal in April 2009. This declared that Commodore Bainimarama’s acts in forcibly removing the elected SDL-led multi-party Government in December 2006 and unilateral assumption of power as Prime Minister were unconstitutional and unlawful. And here, let us recall the incisive and memorable comments by Justice Gates in the High Court when giving his judgment in the Chandrika Prasad case in November 2000 and in the Jokapeci Koroi case in August 2001. 

Justice Gates said that the 1997 Constitution was immutable and indestructible and can only be changed or revoked by the same procedural way through which it was promulgated—and that is by the elected representatives of the people in Parliament. With your unwavering support and those of our political partners, a SODELPA-led Government will restore very important expressions of historical facts contained in the democratically promulgated 1970 and 1997 constitutions. 

These were deliberately excluded by Commodore Bainimarama and his Attorney-General from their 2013 Constitution. They referred to those momentous events in our country’s history that have significantly contributed to what we are today as a vibrant multi-cultural and multi-religious society, enriched by diversity. SODELPA will ensure that the special place and contribution of our different constituent communities are duly acknowledged and recognized in our supreme law. We will recognize the settlement of our islands by the indigenous Fijian and Rotuman communities and their subsequent acceptance and adoption of Christianity as the spiritual foundation of their way of life. 

Along with this are their customs and traditions passed on through successive generations from time immemorial. The session in 1874 and in 1879 by the Fijian Chiefs and the Rotuman communities of their islands to Her Majesty Queen Victoria of Great Britain were voluntary acts of unreserved trust in her benevolent protection of the people and their land and other natural resources. Also honored in our history is the arrival of other communities to settle and to make Fiji their home. They brought with them their religions, their customs and traditions. 

Through their labour and sacrifice and their enterprise and entrepreneurship they have contributed outstandingly to Fiji’s status as the most economically advanced country in the Pacific islands region. Against this historical background SODELPA commits itself to building a prosperous and unified nation, based on democratic values, the rule of law, fundamental human rights and social justice to ensure equal opportunities for all.

Specifically, the following foundational principles will be SODELPA’s constant guide: ·The freedom, equality and dignity of all individuals as fellow citizens, ·The freedom, equality and dignity of all religions and religious denominations; ·The equality and dignity of all communities, their freedom to promote their languages and customary practices, and the protection through appropriate legislation of their cultural heritage and intellectual property; ·The right and freedom of the mass media to keep those who exercise the government, legislative and judicial power of the state fully accountable to the ordinary people; ·Recognition and support for the important roles played by non-governmental organizations and special interest groups in raising and promoting community concerns and causes; ·The right and freedom of employers, their workers and unions to organize themselves in pursuance of their collective interests; ·The recognition of women as pivotal to building an equitable and prosperous nation. They are already at the core of our Party’s decision-making process in the National Executive Council and the Management Board. 

SODELPA will ensure their increasing participation in Parliament. ·The recognition of our young people as our country’s most important resource and giving them the best in education and other opportunities, enabling them as individuals to realize their full potential through their own ability, hard work and discipline. SODELPA has a Youth Council that will help chart the way ahead for our young people and the country. As our future leaders we will be encouraging them to join us as volunteers and involve themselves actively in the work of the Party. 

Our central goals in promoting sustained growth in all parts of the economy are to accelerate employment creation, continually improve the health and general well-being of our population, reduce income inequalities, eradicate homelessness and poverty, and ensure that government services and the benefits of development are spread evenly in all areas of Fiji. Let me now tell you of our priority action plan for our first one hundred days in office if you, our members and supporters, give us the majority in the elections. 

To demonstrate our commitment to serving everyone and all communities in Fiji, SODELPA will resume the multi-party Cabinet which our predecessor, the SDL party, had started with the Fiji Labour Party in 2006 following the general elections in May that year. SODELPA will issue invitations to like-minded parties to join in a voluntary coalition government for national healing, reconciliation and unity. We shall go into the elections as individual parties but SODELPA owes it to the people, as the party that aims to win the majority of seats in the elections, to bring our nation together. Cabinet can operate most effectively if it enjoys the confidence of all communities in our multi-cultural society. So this afternoon I again send messages of goodwill from SODELPA to the leaders of the Fiji Labour Party and the National Federation Party and our friends from the People’s Democratic Party. 

I am addressing you as prospective post-election coalition partners. Our first legislative action will be to revoke all current restrictive decrees on fundamental freedoms and political and civic rights. We shall also instantly remove all the restrictions which Commodore Bainimarama and the Military had imposed on the Methodist Church. 

We will ensure a judiciary that is truly independent and which is able to function without unwarranted limitations on its jurisdiction. Only then can ordinary citizens be assured of effective justice for all in the protection of their fundamental rights and freedoms. As I have already stated we shall be seeking advice from the Supreme Court on the status in law of the 1997 Constitution. We shall also undertake a comprehensive review of the legality of the Fiji National Provident Fund’s unilateral reductions of pension entitlements and ensure that pension contractual agreements are honored. We will engender more transparency and accountability for members on how their funds are used. 

Recognizing the importance of giving as many of our students fair and equal opportunity for higher level tertiary education, the SODELPA-led multi-party government twill reinstate the FAB scholarship scheme and the multi-ethnic scholarship programme for eligible students from low income families. With the support of multi-party Cabinet partners, we shall reinstate the Bose Levu Vakaturaga as the apex consultative body of the indigenous Fijian and Rotuman communities. We shall also enact legislation to protect the cultural heritage and intellectual property of our indigenous communities given the collective communal nature of the ownership of these rights. 

Not content with overthrowing the elected government and parliament under the 1997 Constitution, Commodore Bainimarama took over the chairmanship of the ILTB and created a land bank in the Department of Lands. In its operation it has effectively taken powers away from the ITLB, undermining the Board’s exercise of its statutory responsibility to protect the best interests of indigenous land owner sand natural resource owners. The SODELPA-led government will abolish the Land Use Decree which effectively alienates native lands from the ILTB. We will revoke the Mahogany Decree which has effectively marginalized the mahogany landowners. 

Authority and decisions on mahogany plantations are with a Mahogany Council controlled by Bainimarama and Khaiyum. We will ensure that the chair of the i-Taukei Land Trust Board is chosen by the landowners in a consultative process with our government. We will strengthen the role of the Board and review the present system of distribution of lease money which has disempowered our Turagani Mataqali, Turagani Yavusa and Turagai Taukei and is effectively destroying the communal foundation of indigenous Fijian society. 

As another top priority, SODELPA and the multi-party government we envisage will hold immediate consultations both within Cabinet and with the ITLB and the Bose Levu Vakaturaga, on a comprehensive long term solution to agricultural leases under ALTA. 

This is critically important to the landowners and the tenant farmers, and the sugar industry as a whole. SODELPA is committed to an immediate and just resolution of this long-standing issue for the mutual benefit of all. A SODELPA-led multi-party government will seek traditional reconciliation meetings with the Military under its new leadership. The Military has a tradition of service, especially in community development, support for disaster relief and rehabilitation programmes, and taking part in international peacekeeping. However, as a state agency, it must remain neutral in political matters. I must emphasize this because of its involvement in politics.

So again, speaking on your behalf, I welcome the pledge from Brigadier-General Tikoitoga that the military will become non-political. Its first duty is to remain loyal to the President and to the elected government of the day in upholding and defending Fiji’s democratically endorsed constitution. A reconciliation process will be started for those directly involved and implicated in the unlawful removal of the elected government and state officials in the 2006 coup and in subsequent illegal activities and unwarranted acts of terrorism.This process will be available to those prepared, as a genuine act of contrition, to admit wrong-doing and guilt to their innocent victims. To all criminal acts of the recalcitrant and for those who were involved in acts of gross violation of human rights, the law and justice will take its normal course. 

No one is above the law. Let me briefly explain the kind of leadership you and our nation can expect from me as the party leader of SODELPA. I shall bring to this role whatever wisdom and experience I have gained in my own traditional position and in my earlier service in Cabinet. As leader, it is not my role to dictate or to direct. On the contrary, my role is to listen, to be patient, to encourage free discussions. I must ensure that no one is excluded and everyone is heard so that a decision is reached. This procedure of consultation and consensus is how decisions are normally made in Cabinet and in traditional gatherings like the Bose Levu Vakaturaga. 

Compare this to the dictatorial decision-making we are seeing in the current unelected government. Our government and multi-party cabinet will also uphold our collective responsibility and accountability to parliament and to the people. We will never do what Commodore Bainimarama and his unelected government are currently unashamedly doing. 

Nepotism and cronyism in top public service appointments are unprecedented. Only a few people know the salaries and other perks paid to individual ministers. They are not talking. There is no independently audited account of government revenue and expenditure and no independently verified account of government borrowings and contingency undertakings like loan guarantees. 

Again only a handful of people in the regime’s inner circle have the details of the true state of government’s solvency. My message to you, our party members and supporters and, indeed, to all registered voters throughout Fiji, is clear. If you wish to rid Fiji of dictatorial rule which has been based on imposition, threats, intimidation and fear, make your vote count by voting for SODELPA and its prospective partners in government. 

Ladies and gentlemen, there is much more to come from SODELPA. All will be revealed at the right time. My final comments are reserved for the SODELPA Youth Council Delegates. They are led by a fearless activist, Pita Waqavonovono, who is well-known nationally.

Pita and your team: We are proud of you; carry our banner high for the young people of this country; tell them the truth, bring them into the fold and encourage them to take a full role in civic affairs and politics. 

You are SODELPA’s Young Patriots, dedicated to advancing a new form of national spirit founded on a patriotic love of country and the ideals and values of the Fiji we will build together. I share a bond with Pita. Both of us have been taken to the barracks. At some point he may wish to tell you about his experience. In mid 2009, 16 policemen took me from my home in the dead of night. I was first placed in a cell at the Central Police Station and later moved to another cell. This one was at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks. My transgression was to offer, on behalf of Rewa, to host that year’s Methodist Conference. This was supposedly against the law. But I refused to withdraw the invitation to the Church.That was why I ended up in a cell. 

A youngish soldier came to interrogate me. I could tell he was not very experienced. I asked him what he was doing, and what kind of legacy he wanted to leave to Fiji and his children? He did not answer, but hung his head. I then said to him, “Young man, I am going to pray for you.” His answer was, “Don’t pray for me. Pray for Fiji.”

Ladies and gentlemen, Pita and your team, we should all continue to pray for our country. We should pray for that confused soldier, that he may be freed from his shame and receive enlightenment. We should pray that the young of today transform the legacy we give to these islands into something wonderful. God be with us! On to victory! Thank you for listening.”

148 comments:

  1. Sodelpa is coming to win 2014 election and give people hope of freedom/democracy .
    Baini piggy party will give us misery and dictatorship.
    VOTE SODELPA -DEMOCRACY./FREEDOM.
    Khaiyum go to hell with your bkc.wipe you ass with it.
    god bless
    Rajesh

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  2. hahaha old story, nothing new..

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  3. Anonymous March 9, 2014 at 9:19 PM.... Yes its an old story but one that should have been allowed to play itself out in the political arena with the will of the people and not disrupted by the rule of the gun. We have to allow our politics to grow up and mature through political discourse. Evolve our constitution and laws through the will of the people through the ballot box. Guns is the way of the the desperate and immature.

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  4. Anonymous March 9, 2014 at 9:19 PM

    You tell anything new by the murderous regime?
    The only thing new is the following below.

    1. $1.3 million salary for Bahi and Khai
    2. A Prime Minister who is also involved with Chienese Triad
    3. The only Commander was rewarded for 1oo m dash running for his life
    4. Another new development ....salary of government ministers to be processed by outside consultancy of Bano the Illegal AG's Aunty.
    The kind of new and stupid things initiated by this No school wannabe PM.

    O forget to mention the $7 Billion dinau from China and else where. During the last elected government borrowed ONLY $1.5 Billion.

    DO NOT VOTE FOR THIS CORRUPT AND NO SCHOOL BHAI.
    O sa vakamadua taki keda na kai Tailevu

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  5. Waraka tu ga qo na vosa ni yala2 vakarau dau sarava na vua ni noda vosota ni na vesu o Bainimarama me yacova nona mate!!..veivutuni rawa se bula.

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  6. WOW...great speech...!!! DAMN...you go girl...!!!

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  7. Great Speech indeed! You've just earned yourself a new supporter...

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  8. What a big mistake on part of SODELPA!!! I wonder what sort of thinking went on the executive Committee's mind while the leader was chosen. This is sad. The cycle of never ending coup is not going to stop. If only a more level headed person would have been chosen, that would have put Fiji on right track. But good mind did not prevail. This is sad. Presently Fiji at best still has some salvage value. We have one more coup and we will be done.

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  9. the best choice .. Ro TEimumu for PM

    I hope they leak out the video of Bainimarama soliciting young boys! Frank is a closet GAY bastard; sucks cock

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  10. hahahahahahaha FRANKy the gay bastard

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  11. GO SOLDELPA GO ..now that is what I call a speech.
    Not the incomprehesible ramblings and lying on FBC TV.
    One way to tell that someone is lying is when the person answers a question with another question..sound familiar?

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  12. Courage and dignityMarch 10, 2014 at 1:31 AM

    We applaud this woman for her courage and dignity. Something sorely lacking from these regime heathens and their cowardly acts. Fijians respect God and this junta scum will never destroy that no matter how much they try. In Fiji or elsewhere. Time for the heathens to be sent back to hell. Tikoitoga has little time to prove he is not just a yes man of the treasonous destroyers of democracy and the rule of law.

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  13. All Hail BainimaramaMarch 10, 2014 at 1:35 AM

    SODELPA is the party of women and children led by women and children. The PM's party will be a party of real men led by real men. We will rape you at the polling booth.

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  14. What you say is what you are...we have some very sick individuals .... reason to change

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  15. What mind of "real man" would threaten to rape women and "children" at a polling place?

    Oh yeah, the same kind who have already raped Fiji.

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  16. Reliable info received from those close to Voreqe ( including bodyguards) that he also read the Blogs. His usual response are usually swears to everyone that speaks the truth. " Tobo Tale o Van Dam"

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  17. God bless the Gone Na Marama Bale for taking up her cross and leading this effort against this illegal regime of thugs. A woman of surpassing grace and courage. But better that the other parties endorse her as their own candidate for PM as well, so Frank cannot win by a plurality because of the divided opposition vote.

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  18. The RFMF models only cupidity, stupidity, thuggery and treason.

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  19. TO MAIKA BOLATIKA FIJI SUN::::GO TO NEWS STANDS AFTER LUNCH IN SUVA AND ASK FOR FIJI TIMES PAPER, THEY SAY "FINISH, EVERYDAY PEOPLE ONLY BUY FIJI TIMES, PEOPLE DO NOT WANT TO BUY FIJI SUN"

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  20. I recall Dakuwaqa writing that if the Fiji Sun had reported on the Resurrection, it would only have published the guards' account. So well and memorably stated and so true.

    If the Fiji Sun televised a debate between Bainimarama and Kepa, it would only televise Bainimarama's statements and rebuttals. Every time Kepa spoke, it would switch over to a commercial break or public service announcement.

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  21. The statements in the Fiji Times
    says that Bainimarama had been in
    the Military (Army) for 39 years?
    Was this a correct statement,if it
    was than what was he doing in the Navy? How come he's a commandore &
    not a Colonel or General?
    I'm sure that i'd read somewhere
    that he was appointed by Kamisese
    Mara from the Navy to be the head of the Military(Army)?
    If this is
    correct, than the 39years of services as advertised, as RFMF military commander, was as false
    as the upcoming general election?
    Mosese keep this assole off the Army base,removed all his military body Guards asap,
    get the police to cover his tail?
    Do the same with
    Khaiyum AG, he does not require military protection,give the
    job to the police dept,that
    is the way
    a country ought to be run?
    Change the Navy leadership, put a military man incharge of the Navy
    asap and Ban these assoles from
    it's base also?
    Recalled all Military colonels & officers back to Camp
    from civilian postings, and sent them for overseas duties into the war zones ASAP?
    Investigate Bai for misrepresenting the nation for
    services he did not render and that may of course in conflict with his 2013 constitution?
    Let's make this
    election clean & free and may the
    best party win?

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  22. QORVIS WILL TRY AND KILL RO TEIMUMU BY POISONING HER FOOD OR DRINK.

    QORVIS SHOULD BE CHASED OUT OF THE COUNTRY IMMEDIATELY.

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  23. this piece is a challenge to the new military leadership. let's see if they remain neutral or will go to bainimarama's defence. if so, then the new commmander's assurances of last week is null and void. he will have shown himself to be a puppet commander standing in the shadows of the former commander. let's see if tikoitoga has the guts and balls to stand on his own two feet and do the right thing by the people. bainimarama is a lost cause...his fate will be sealed come election time....his vitriol in the Fiji Sun speaks volumes of the level of his education (or the lack thereof)

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  24. Old story and very much applicable nowadays ! Go SODELPA

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  25. Bring back the GCC and the FAB Scholarship and you have my vote.

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  26. Message to Tikoitoga, all officers and disciplined forces:

    Bainimarama is finished and now a civilian like Rabuka and any Tom D & H in the streets.
    However his actions from 2006 to today can still result in you being prosecuted and imprisoned.

    You must now call for GCC to meet, present your traditional apology and declare that you stand for rule of law in any treason investigations including to be state witnesses.
    That way you can be FREE MEN.
    Sa qai vakatau vei kemudou.

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  27. @All Hail Bainimarama----GO RAPE YOUR MOTHER AND YOUR DAUGHTERS--that is what you learned from your parents is rape---rape your own family first before you try us

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  28. "We ask for people's prayers, especially the nation and the voters who are there, we ask for their prayers because we really need that in Fiji and through them the best people are in parliament to serve the country...." - Ro Teimumu.

    PLEASE EVERYONE PRAY FOR RO TEIMUMU.

    Thank you

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  29. Kua Ni Rere warns that Qorvis will try to kill Ro Teimumu by poisoning her. I don't know that Qorvis would do that, but we do know that Bainimarama is already a power-hungry murderer. I certainly wouldn't put it past him.

    Look to the 2004 election in the Philippines to see how it might play out. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo had seized power extraconstitutionally, promising to clean up government. Instead, she proved herself more corrupt than any Philippine president before her, including Marcos. After promising to step down, she reneged and ran for election. She used the vast sums she had stolen and the power of her office to buy endorsements, charter biased polls, give out lollies, etc.

    Fernando Poe, Jr., the most popular film idol in the history of Philippine cinema, was perhaps the only one who might stand in her way. He wasn't a politician by experience, education or training, and he knew he had nothing to gain materially, as he was already the beloved "King" of cinema. But being a patriot, he couldn't shirk his duty, and so he ran against GMA.

    GMA pulled out the stops. She hired a forger to run the National Archives and tried to use doctored microfiche to show FPJ's American mother wasn't married at the time of his birth, disqualifying him on the basis of nationality. That plot failed when patriotic employees at the National Archives proved the microfiche wasn't genuine.

    What a low thing to do -- naming a forger to head the archives and having him forge documents making your opponent a bastard and stripping him of his rightful citizenship! Could GMA stoop any lower? Yes, she could.

    Her government hired streetsweepers and put her portrait on the uniforms of these new employees. It issued new health cards and put her photo on each of them. It planted her campaign posters all over the country and raised legal challenges whenever her opponents tried to put up their own. She paid huge bribes to congressmen, governors, mayors, popular ministers, and media personalities. She filled the ranks of the police and military with her own loyalists. She bought off pollsters whose polls inexplicably showed a sudden surge of pro-GMA sentiment in their polls, duly reported by pro-GMA media. She paid other oppositionists to run in order to divide FPJ's vote. She even paid for someone with a name like her opponent's to run for office in order to confuse the voters. She had more than a million extra ballots printed and stashed away at a car dealership. Spies within FPJ's inner circle reported to GMA daily on FPJ's doings.

    On election day, the voting in Metropolitan Manila went against GMA. Her electoral support was thought to be mostly concentrated in Manila, and so it seemed likely that she had lost to a pro-FPJ landslide. But suddenly an extraordinary series of electrical outages swept the country just as the ballots were being counted. These "rolling brown-outs" delayed the vote count for a month. In the end, the count indicated GMA had "won".

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  30. On election day, the voting in Metropolitan Manila went against GMA. Her electoral support was thought to be mostly concentrated in Manila, and so it seemed likely that she had lost to a pro-FPJ landslide. But suddenly an extraordinary series of electrical outages swept the country just as the ballots were being counted. These "rolling brown-outs" delayed the vote count for a month. In the end, the count indicated GMA had "won".

    Suspiciously, entire municipalities where the common people regarded FPJ nearly as a god reported unanimous results for the candidate backed by the mayor: GMA. A police scan recording of a GMA cell phone call with the Election Commissioner was leaked and went viral. In it, she directs the commissioner to have her win by a million votes. When some honest congressmen demanded to examine some of the anomalous ballot boxes, the majority pro-GMA congressmen refused. Finally, FPJ filed a formal challenge.

    Within two weeks, FPJ lay dead from an "aneurysm", even though witnesses said he had been eating and began to choke. His long-time bodyguard soon disappeared, as did a large sum of money contributed by other actors. His widow refused an autopsy on religious grounds, but other family members believed he was poisoned.

    Independent observers estimated that FPJ had carried the election by nearly a million votes, but he was now dead. The Americans and other foreign powers had all warned that they had no interest in who won the election, only in its integrity. But when GMA won the elction, albeit without integrity, they were happy to carry on with business as usual.

    What happened in the Philippines is a cautionary tale for Fiji. If GMA could do it, so can Bainimarama.

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  31. Vinaka vakalevu na Marama na Roko Tui Dreketi na nomuni veivakadeitaki,Keimami na tokona nomuni veiliutaki na tu qo i Australia ka keimami gadreva me sa tini eke na veivakabobula taki ka a vakayacora mai na mataivalu. We will bring investment back home only if SODELPA wins back and restore democracy. We support you 110%.God Bless Fiji.

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  32. Vinaka vakalevu, Juan dela Cruz. Sadly, many parallels with what is already happening in Fiji.

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  33. Editor,
    Peter Thompson's article 'Australia can learn nothing from Fiji public service, says academic' (CT 9/3) is fair commentary on the prevailing situation in Fiji.
    With his fictitious "clean-up"coup of 2006 Frank Bainimarama did not only takeover the political control of the Government of Fiji, he took over and politicized/militarized the entire civil administration in the country and even brought vital independent institutions of the State like the judiciary and the police under direct political sway of his regime. No amount of sugar-coating can hide this reality in Fiji.
    (The academic Thompson quotes has got his reading of current Fiji politics right.)
    sincerely,
    Rajend Naidu

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  34. "" We must rededicate Fiji to God ""

    There you go, all problems solved.

    There will be work and money for all.

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  35. Sa veiliutaki na marama na RTD.Sa taura na maivalu e dua na gone ni vanua saka vakaturga ko Burebasaga.Sa vuki na mata ni cagi kei Viti kina i tikotiko vaka turaga mai Burebasaga baleta ni sa levu vei keitou mai kubuna vakabibi ena yanuyanu mai Bau na viavia susuguti koya cake.Era sa vei valataka na i tutu vaka vunivalu.Sa yali na nomuni dau rogo lewa ena rukudra na turaga na Vunivalu ka sa tubu mai eso na coke ena loma ni yanuyanu mera via coqa na veiliutaki.Vei kemudou na lewe ni mataqali na Tuikaba e cake dou veilomani ke sega dou na vaka rorogo lewa tale me vaka tale na gauna i Ratu Mara.Vinaka saka vakalevu

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  36. The posting @ Anon 2:47 by a regime supporter is typical in its impiety. So, rededicating our country to God is a matter to be mocked, eh?

    A vote for Bainimarama is a vote for treason, debt, despotism . . . and atheism.

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  37. THIS IS DEEP WOUND

    ANON: March 9, 2014 at 5:53 PM
    YOUR PROBLEM THAT YOU KNOW NOT OF RABUKA’S FIRST STEP TO THE FINAL STEP OF HIS COUP OF 1987. IT ALL WENT WELL IN THE FEW YEARS OF HIS PRIME MINISTERSHIP THEN THE SLIDE TO THE BOTTOM BEGAN. ASK S.L.R. WHY!!? WHY!!? ASK S.LR. TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF THE COUP. ASK S.L.R. WHO WERE THE PEOPLE, IN SECRET PRAYER SESSION AT HIS FATHER’S HOME AT SHALIMAR STREET, PRESENT IN PLOTTING FOR THE COUP OF 1987? ASK S.L.R. WHO WERE THE PEOPLE WHO WERE PRESENT AT THE HOME OF REVEREND TOMASI RAKIVI AT VALELEVU PLOTTING FOR THE 1987 COUP? ASK S.L.R AGAIN WHO WERE THE PEOPLE PRESENT AT FILIPE BOLE’S HOME AT BURETA STREET PLOTTING FOR THE 1987 COUP? THOSE WERE FEW SEQUENCES OF EVENTS AND PLEASE DISTANCE YOURSELF FROM LITTLE KNOWLEDGE AND HELP YOURSELF IN CAMPAIGNING FOR RABUKA IF HE WISHES TO STAND AS AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE.

    ANON: March 9, 2014 at 5:53 PM YOU INSTIGATING RIOT AND VIOLENCE ON THE STREETS TO PROVE YOUR END OF ANGER AND CALLING FOR ANOTHER MILITARY COUP. I SUGGEST THAT YOU TRY FEW TRIAL RUNS TO YOUR OWN FAMILY AT HOME AND IN THE VILLAGE AND LET SEE THE RESULT OF YOUR OWN FAILURE OR SUCCESS. IF YOU FAILED KEEP ON TRYING AGAIN UNTIL YOU LOST ALL YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS.

    FINALLY, THE FIJIAN RACE HAD SPOKEN AT THE GENERAL ELECTION THAT YEAR TO TERMINATE S.L.R. PRIME MINISTERSHIP AND ANONYMOUS: March 9, 2014 at 5:53 PM PLEASE ASK HIM WHY!!? REMEMBER MISTER, IT WAS NOT ONE OF THOSE WHOM YOU FALSELY ACCUSED WHO WERE AT THE FTA HALL MEETING THAT SATURDAY THAT CAUSED 1987 COUP EXCEPT 2 MEN. RABUKA LOST IN THE GENERAL ELECTION BECAUSE FIJIAN VOTERS DISLIKED HIM OF HIS NEW FOUND ATTITUDES AT THAT TIME AND NOT BY THOSE IN THE SODELPA’S MEETING HELD AT THE FTA HALL ON SATURDAY.

    SAYING ABOUT WARLORDS, SIR, BEFORE YOU WERE BORN THE FIJIAN RACE ALREADY HAVE ITS OWN WARLORDS KNOWN AS THE VUNIVALU AND QARANIVALU AND MAYBE YOU WHO DO NOT HAVE ONE. SORRY IF I DID MISS THE MARK HERE.

    THE FORGIVE AND FORGET TRADITIONAL PATHS ARE OPEN TO ALL OF US FIJIAN AND OTHER RACES, WHO WITH THE STRONG WILL, CLEAN, RELIGIOUS AND HUMBLE HEARTS THAT WOULD BE ABLE TO TAKE THAT WALK. I HAVE NO DOUBT IN MY MIND THAT THE ROKO TUI DREKETI WILL CALL ALL THE CHIEFS AND VUNIVALUS TO GET TOGETHER TO MEET AND HUG THE ONE OR MANY WHO DECIDED TO ASK FOR FORGIVENESS FOR THE SAKE OF PEACE, HARMONY AND LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS FIJI’S DESTINY FOR THE FUTURE.

    I APPEAL TO ALL OF YOU BLOGGERS WHO AGAINST TAUKEI KEI WAIKATAKATA, BRIG GEN. MOSESE TIKOITOGA AND COLONEL KOLINIWAI, PLEASE GIVE THESE GENTLEMEN THE CHANCE AND SPACES TO PROVE THEIR LEADERSHIP QUALITY. THEY PASSED THEIR FIRST BY RETURNING ALL UNITS BACK TO BARRACK.

    THANK YOU.

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  38. @rajend naidu, you are right Australia can learn nothing from Fiji public service. I suppose They would have learnt a lot under the SDL government with its clean and efficient running of civil service, no discrimination or favouritism, and glowing auditor general's report year after year. Yes, judiciary was very independent under AG Qoriniasi Bale, that's why 2000 coup prosecutor was deported, and amnesty was on the way for the speightists . Police force to was very neutral under Savua. And the reality in Fiji was utopian under SDL, yes you are right rajenwa, as always.

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  39. Anon @ 4:12, Ro Teimumu Kepa has more dignity in her little finger than you and the dictator have in your whole bodies.

    Ro Teimumu Kepa would be an impressive lady even if she were not Paramount Chief of the Burebusaga Confederacy.

    By contrast, the dictator got to where he is through betrayal and treason.

    What is lower than a murderer and traitor who deserts his command and overthrows his nation's elected government to avoid prison for his crimes? Nothing. But in supporting him, you sink almost as low.

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  40. Anonymous 4:24 tries to be sarcastic, but misses the mark widely because, in fact, the SDL government was much cleaner and efficient in its running of the civil service, and its judiciary was relatively independent. They weren't perfect, and nobody has ever claimed they were, but they were light years ahead of where we are today under Bainimarama's illegal regime.

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  41. Interesting summary by Juan dela Cruz. But it's also worth noting that once she left office, Arroyo was arrested by the new government. I think she's now under house arrest. She should hang, but she'll probably be able to bribe her way out.

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  42. Interesting comments, yet all baseless, all your bickering and character assassination sounds like an empty biscuit box being beaten by sticks, Baini, as you say, has done more for the people of this country than the whole SVT, FLP, and SDL governments put together.

    They may have been elected governments, but they sure acted like totalitarian ones, rich get richer and poor get poorer. Stop misleading people C4.5, show us the real thing, if not, don't bother because the people of this fine nation know better.

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  43. The super-god Degei will always rule Fiji. Forget about the white man's god!

    As I am writing this, my validation number contains 666 in bold! oilei! it must be Degei.

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  44. Anonymous 4.35pm, yes SDL government was very, very clean, good example of their cleanness is the Agriculture Scam.

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  45. The 'real thing' is for the illegal government to remove all the decrees and for the army to go back to the barracks.

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  46. Anon@4.59pm If Baini has been as effective as you say he has been, then let him go up against the political parties fairly. Let him get rid of his bodyguards, let's also see him give back his huge salary and perks and the Qorvis propaganda machine - all paid for taxpayers. Then let's see who is the 'real thing.'

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  47. Bainimarama is about as "real" as Gates in drag.

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  48. This Regime Is UnrealMarch 10, 2014 at 6:35 PM

    "Honesty is the recognition of the fact that the unreal is unreal and can have no value, that neither love nor fame nor cash [nor office] is a value if obtained by fraud."

    -Ayn Rand

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  49. Rumours has it rajesh singh the auckland dairy owner is planning tonreturn back to fiji to contest the elections ( and pay ack his debts) as his diary is now totally devoid of any stock ....only chips on shelf

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  50. anon 4.24 PM
    you speak the truth like a good regime spokesperson.

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  51. @C4.5
    THANK YOU.
    This is exactly what I mean.
    These Regime Supporters come here and jump and down,
    For goodness sakes if you hate SODELPA and what it stands for then FORM A FARKING PARTY AND GO AGAINST IT.
    WHO THE FARK IS STOPPING YOU?

    If you dont like Qarase then sue him.
    If you dont like Ro Teimumu then form your own party and give us your manifesto.
    But stop coming here and
    whinging about RACISM,
    whinging about Adultery,
    whinging about this country being rededicated to God
    If you must know: this country was dedicated to God when Christianity first came to Fiji
    That was before Indians came etc etc
    AND NOW FILIPE BOLE HIMSELF WANTS TO GET RID OF CHRISTIANITY from Suva Grammar School.
    Where the fark did he get that idea from?
    Fijians dont think like that. Must have been QORVIS advice.
    Even a Fijian criminal in jail will still sit down and pray to God before he eats his food.

    IF YOU PEOPLE DONT LIKE RO TEIMUMU then form a party and run against her.
    If you are too chicken to go against her then SHUT THE FARK UP!
    If you still whinge then you must be one little 2 year old girl!

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  52. The real thing is for traitors to hang for treason.

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  53. Another blooming power outage in suva. What the hell do we pay our taxes and inflated power bills for? JJ

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  54. @anon 4.24 PM
    It's true what you say about the SDL Government. It was certainly engaged in many wrongdoings contrary to democratic good governance. But has the Bainimarama "interim" government(8 years of interim governance?)righted those wrongs including the ones you identify? Has it brought about the "paradigm change" it had promised? Or, has it instead perpetuated the wrongs even making them more stark and blatant? The evidence is all there for people who are prepared to see with an open mind. You clearly are not such a person. You choose to rationalise and justify the thug military rule the people of Fiji have been subjected to for over 7 years now. The regime is rotten but you speak for it which can only mean you are either a regime thug or a regime lackey.
    What is it? Not that the distinction is all that important.
    You are a skunk in either case.

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  55. TRUTH ABOUT USP DEGREESMarch 10, 2014 at 7:17 PM

    USP VC Rajesh Chandra boasts that USP degrees are equivalent to Australian ones. In reality, most USP graduates are of a pretty low standard, and can’t string together a sentence. The ones from the law school are not fit to practice. The ones from the school of education and the the school of accounting are equally bad. This has been the case for years, with no improvement whatsoever. Ask any employer.

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  56. Anon@6.40. I told you so before but some idiot said his dairy is thriving. Bullshit. I drove past his dairy a few times and yes it looked empty, no customers and some days he closed very early. Some mornings he opened very late, so yes the poor fella is broke.

    Now he wants to return to Fiji and run for elections. I do hope he will return as he needs to work something out to repay those he owed money to.

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  57. Voreqe BainimaramaMarch 10, 2014 at 7:36 PM

    USP degrees are recognized overseas, BUT, only recently the standards have slipped down the slope. This is because idiots like the VC are ruining the USP name.

    So if USP degrees are worthless, then what about Uni of Fiji or FNU? I heard that students can buy their degrees from these two institutions lol. Well I have a Masters in Economics from FNU and a Masters in Management from Uni of Fiji. Currently I'm studying towards a Masters in Political Science, and my mate Kahiyum is my tutor.

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  58. @TRUTH ABOUT USP DEGREES, thank you for bringing up this topic. As an employer, I agree USP graduates poor standard. There are a few good ones, but most are rubbish. It sounds crude, but its true, regardless of the spin by Rajesh Chandra.

    It is common knowledge that the law, accounting and school of education graduates are the worst. Me and my business colleagues have been discussing this for years. many of us employ expatriates from Sri Lanka, India and other places. We want our own people but most of them coming out of USP are simply not good enough. Nothing has dramatically improved under Rajesh Chandra as far as we can see.


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  59. All have been said. but for me i will vote for Bainimarama....

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  60. If USP degrees are duds, than FNU and UniFiji are far worse. This is the worst period of academia in Fiji and the region, with all the universities controlled by pro-regime vice-chancellors. It seems the the biggest rot is in USP. The 'premier tertiary education provider in the Pacific?' Only relative to FNU and UniFiji, it seems.

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  61. everybody js corrupt in Fiji, why do you think that an election will change anything? look at the grass root level, in your own families...all the liu muri, the back stabbing! it's part of the fabric of this society. I was told from a very reliable source that Mara's wife stole something like 15 millions!!! from the bottom to the top, corruption rules.

    Degei is the only god who ever ruled this country, and deep inside of you, you know it's true.

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  62. @ Kua ni Rere

    You have hit the nail on the head. All people who resort to personal attacks on those they don't like are cowards. It shows their mental state is not all there. They have nothing concrete to counter the arguments. Like you said, if they don't agree, they can either form a party with their own manifesto or simply don't vote for these people when election time comes.

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  64. Well done Teimumu. You're beacon in this time of darkness in Fiji. Initially I supported Frank, as time moved on we begin to realize what a lying, conniving, corrupt person he is. I urge fellow citizens to please this lady into office.

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  65. Kua ni Rere

    Mara was the only proper and decent PM in Fiji.

    Others including Qarese and PM in waiting Kepa are bunch of bull just like MPC.

    People are frustrated and this is the blog to address that.

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  66. Now is the time for Tikoitoga to stand up like a man and return Fiji back to democracy. Mr Tikoitoga, I know you will read this blog. Be honest and sincere in your calling that you will stand by the laws of this country. As your ex-boss is now a civilian, your duty is to ensure he does not break the law and come running to the military for protection. He must be treated like all other politicians. If you cannot do this, then you are just a puppet. Come on Tikoitoga, make the people of Kadavu proud of you for your stand against anyone who breaks the law, and this includes Bainimarama. Show him that you will not be pushed around as he seems to think.

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  67. Sa na qai taucoko na veiliutaki ni Burebasaga ke wini o Ro Teimumu ena vidigidigi. Tikoitoga ena mataivalu, GMBRTD matanitu.

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  68. Why is Ro Temumu trying to do away with the fair lease distribution??

    Kua mada na kocokoco tiko, let everyone in the clan have their fair share..

    I'm definitely voting for Frank..

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  69. THIS IS DEEP WOUND

    A RUMOUR IS OUT THAT THE PRIME MINISTER SPIES IS EVERYWHERE AND THE THE ARREST MAY BE OUT THERE SOMEWHERE FOR THE NEW COMMANDER AND HIS COLONEL 3RD FIR. IT MAYBE OR MAYBE NOT TRUE BUT WE ALL HAVE SPIES AROUND TOO. WRONG STEP WRONG MOVE AND WRONG MOVE WRONG STEPS AND DEATH IS THE ANSWER. THE RULE OF THE GAME IS TO "PLAY IT CLEAN AND PLAY IT RIGHT THE TRUTH WINS AND ALL WILL STAY ALIVE"

    TRUTH NEVER TELL LIES AND LIES WILL NEVER TELL THE TRUTH.

    TREASON AND MURDER ARE FELONIOUS CRIME THAT WAS EXECUTED BY MR. AUTHORITY AND YET HE IS NOT MR. RESPONSIBLE, BUT THE ONE WHO DELEGATED THAT AUTHORITY IS THE ONE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR IT AND NEED TO BE ARRESTED. IT IS A WAITING GAME AND DOES NOT DEPENDS ON HOW QUICK IT REQUIRED BECAUSE MR.RULE IS CONTROLLING THE GAME.

    GIVE THESE GENTLEMEN THE FREEDOM TO PLAY IT BY THE RULE, AND THEY WILL DO SO WITH THE CIVILIAN PRIME MINISTER INCLUDED BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL ACCOUNTABLE TO THE VANUA AND LOTU RIGHT NOW.

    THANK YOU

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  70. Vinaka Ro Teimumu.

    Ooqo e sa nomuni madigi ka o ni sa matataki ira tiko na noda Turaga Bale kei Viti.

    E ra sa tekivu sautanini na meca ni noda vanua baleta ni a YAVUTAKI CALA GA NA I NAKI NI KENA TAURI VAKAKAUKAUWA NA MATANITU.

    Veikemuni na noda e sa dodonu mo ni sa vakawilika toka na constitution.


    NA CONSTITUTION OQO E SEGA NI TAQOMAKA NA NODA QELE BALETA NI SA KAUTANI KECE NA LAWATU KA DAU TAQOMAKA TU VAKAVINAKA NA CONSTITUTION ka a usuraki mai veikeda.

    KE 75% NA LEWE NI PALIMEDE ERA VAKA IO TAKA ME SA KAUTANI VEI KEDA NA KENA VAKATU LEWA TAKI NA NODA QELE, ENA RAWA NI SA NA YACO VAKA KINA BALETA NI YALI NA ENTRENCHED LEGISLALTION KA DAU TAQOMAMKA TU NA QELE.

    KE RA QAI LEWE LEVU TALE NA VULAGI ERA LEWE NI PALIMEDE ESA NA CAWADRU TANI MAI VEI KEDA NA NODA QELE KA SA NA RAWA NI NONA NA STATE SE MATANITU ME VAKA E YACO TU MAI NA VEIVANUA TANI.

    VEI KEMUNI NA TOTAKA TIKO NA MATANITU OQO AU KEREA MO NI VAKARAITAKA MAI NA NOMUNI NANUMA KEU MAI LASU TAKI KEMUNI TIKO.

    NA DINA GA ENA SEREKI KEDA NAI TAUKEI KA SEGA NI LAWAKI, LASU, VEI VAKACACNI ETC.

    NI KALOUGATA TIKO NA WEKADA.

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  71. When will her supporters dump her? Liumuri,the fijian art of dark politics or vere,bukivere, buki na drudrua etc.They Liumuri Mara,Rabuka,Qarase now I predict they will liumuri Ro.T.I dont need to spell their names but they were there all the time.Support tiko kena levu, but when things dont go as they wanted,liumuri mada.They are divided already from within,one on Ro.T.'s side another on Tu.Bai's side.The Division within these two institutions cant be healed,it goes way back and lots of words have been said and it has wounded them both.They knew that they hold sway in the I-Taukei realm,the Political Parties know this; Sodelpa and Tu Bai are using and involving members of these 2 institutions in their campaign but they will liumuri as history has shown us.That is why it will take a miracle to unite everyone member of the two units.They were present in the meets at Raikivi,Bole,Lasaro etc etc house showing their support.They knew so a new leader will be elected on August so that they have one month to plan their strategy.The other unit was wounded and weakened by Bai but the members still about and Ro.T has promised to re-instate
    their institution so the wounds have healed but the scar or mark is still there,its tough to unite them.Lets hope they dont liumuri whichever of the two aspiring candidates. @ DEEP WOUND tell Freddy Fesa and your Taukei Movement elders to lotu mada and stop being rascists.

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  73. Anonymous March 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM

    You really need to understand how decent human governance function. Have you heard about the work consultation Mate.

    You must have turned a blind eye when Voreqe just single minded decided that without consulting the Chiefs. Everything was decided by the illegal AG and the illegal PM.

    I think you will not mind if someone decided that you must go and visit the toilet even though your bowel is not ready for the movement.

    It just does not make any sense.

    Will still go ahead and visit the toilet?. ..That's u.

    Mate CONSULTATION....CONSULTATION.

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  74. @Anon recently: E cava e ca vei koko?

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  75. Anonymous March 10, 2014 at 10:04 PM

    SA DUA NA KA NA LEVU NI RERE ESA TU VEI IKO. E DUA GA NA KA E TIKO ENA NOMU MONA ENA GAUNA OQO, OYA NA I KOROKORO DA MAI NA KORO.

    GONEI OQO NA I VAKAVUVULI O VULICA MAI VEI TAMAMU KEI TINAMU KA O SA TUVAKARAU MO NA SOLIA TALEGA VEI IRA NA LUVEMU.

    O IKO E DUA BEKA NA KAWA CA MAI NOMU VANUA KE LAURAI NA NOMU I VOLA NI KAWA O TUKAMU E A CEMURI MAI NA VEIVANUA KECE E A LAKI VAKARURUGI KINA.

    TAMATA LOLOVIRA NA NOMU BULA KA DODONU MO LAKI BULA VATA KEI IRA NA VORE E NA BAI NI VORE NEI NOMU BOSO LEVU O VORE.

    YOU MANUMANU!

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  76. She has made a stateswomen type of speech which is worth noting. I am inclined to view that as a very positive election stategy and if the United Front play the card honestly and truthfully there is no reason why they cant win the next eletion. Bai has nothing constructive to offer other than criticising everyone in the opposing camp.
    Good on you Lady for acepting the leadership role because there is no one else more genuine and qualified to lead the party to victory, All the best..

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  77. DEEP WOUND, THE RUMOUR IS TRUE.

    MR. AUTHORITY NEEDS TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT BY THE LAW, NOT BY MR. RULE. EVEN IF THAT MEANS GOING OVERSEAS TO ESCAPE AND TESTIFY AGAINST MR. RESPONSIBLE.

    MR. RESPONSIBLE NEEDS TO BE ARRESTED TO ACCOUNT FOR HIS CRIMES. UNTIL THEN HE IS DAILY COMMITTING MORE CRIMES. MR. RESPONSIBLE NEEDS TO BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS IRRESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOUR.

    MR. RULE ONLY CONTROLS THE GAME AS LONG AS WE ALLOW HIM TO. WITHOUT MR. RESPONSIBLE, MR. RULE IS FINISHED. AS LONG AS MR. RULE IS ON THE SCENE, MR. RESPONSIBLE WILL ONLY GO FROM BAD TO WORSE. ELIMINATE MR. RULE, AND MR. RESPONSIBLE WILL FLEE. THEN AUTHORITY CAN BEGIN THE PROCESS OF RESTORATION.

    OTHERWISE, IF WE ELECT MRS. RECONCILIATION, MR. RULE WILL CRY FOUL. MR. RESPONSIBLE WILL ORDER MR. AUTHORITY TO DO MORE WRONG, EVEN AS MR. RULE CLAIMS IT'S RIGHT.

    THE ONLY WAY OUT IS FOR MR. AUTHORITY TO SEIZE MR. RESPONSIBLE AND MR. RULE, RECOGNISE MRS. RECONCILIATION'S ELECTION AS THE NEW MRS. RESPONSIBLE, AND RESTORE THE RULE OF LAW. THE LAW MUST BE OUR MASTER, NOT THESE MISTERS.

    THANK YOU.

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  78. Yes, there will be liumuri. First, the voters will liumuri Frank. They will take his lollies and tell the pollsters they support him, but they will vote against him. Then Frank will liumuri the voters. He'll call out the army, saying "we've made too many gains to turn back the clock now on our reforms", etc. Then the army will liumuri Frank, saying "enough is enough, we stand by the vanua and lotu".

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  79. SODELPA! SODELPA! SODELPA! SODELPA!

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  80. Waia!,drau bau maroroya na nomudou marama! bau cava tu na kana mana,gonei! e tuituina na suka mai Labasa ka dradranu na kena mai Lautoka.Wacava mo drau kalawaca mada na wavu ka drodro e rukuna na uciwai lada na Rewa,oisou,tilou,tilou saka!

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  81. Sa Malo Raiwai!

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  83. OILEI AU SA NA VOTE TALE VEI FRANK..!

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  84. @Rewai o sa vakaraitaki iko tiko ga mai ni o rewai. Kenai balebale ni o tiko ena vanua butobuto qai levu nomu kana da. Au kila ni o iko la o Semi Meo.
    Na dinau me mai saumi.

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  85. @anonymous 10:34
    I think you been eating too much roti from Mr Responsible. Thats why you dont want to reveal names.
    Or maybe you just full of shit.

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  86. @ anon 11.11pm......cava o iko J tiko.....lolzzz

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  87. anon 1118pm how about you vote for Lady Mary....hehehe

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  88. Wasnt Sharon Smith-johns committing adultery with Bai and that's why the husband left her?

    Bai was committing adultery too with that indian woman from Finance.

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  89. bainimarama will win the election

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  90. All Hail BainimaramaMarch 11, 2014 at 1:19 AM

    Yes, the PM will win the election.

    Remember: It's not how many votes are cast, it's how many votes are COUNTED.

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  91. The winner will never be a person who actually ordered the slaughter of CRW soldiers.

    The winner can be a person who is guilty of treason (in the eyes of the democracy)

    The winner can not be a person who reach only form 5 at MBHS,

    The winner can not be the person who promised the country that no military officers will benefit from the Coup but the opposite has happened.

    The winner can not be a person who pay himself $3.5 million as salary...the biggest salary in any developing country in the world while 65% of the lives below poverty level.

    The winner can not be a person who initiated the destruction of Fijian traditional governance and institutions

    The winner can not be a person who ran for his life at Delainabua and won the medal of breaking many quava and cassava branches after being hunted down by the CRW.

    The winner can not be a NO SCHOOL and is being used by Muslim elements.

    The list goes on.

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  92. @Rewai
    Sa sega na ka vinaka o bau tukana mai me yaga ena veitalanoa oqo.

    Ni o dalaga e sa boi ga mai na demu.

    Ni o via vosa e vaka ni o veka tiko e vale ni po.

    Sa rauta me yacamu o Rewai baleta ni o vaka na duna ka dau kana da toka mai nomu koro.

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  93. Hooray!
    VICTORY TO DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM IS AT HAND.
    THE GRAND COALITION WILL EVENTUALLY TRIUMPH OVER THE SUPPRESSIVE AND UNELECTED REGIME WHO RULED BY DECREE AND FEAR.

    GCC WILL BE REINSTATED AND ALL TRADITIONAL INSTITUTION WILL BE GIVEN BACK TO OUR CHIEFS.

    FNPF WILL BE REVERTED BACK TO PRE-COUP AND RETIRE AGE BACK TO 60.

    FNU WILL BE REVERT BACK TO FIT

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  94. Qase mai Delana o Savenaca Kamikamica e Vutuki Teimumu Kepa tiko. Tukuna vei Teimumu me cegu mada na saga na tagane vakawati ka sagai keimami na galala tu na qai kila kina na veicai ya.

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  95. Sa vakaloloma dina e so na i tautau ni vosa e vakayagataki tu me baleta na Marama Bale na Roko Tui Dreketi. Sa vakaraitaka saraga na lolovira ni vanua sa tu kina na mataivalu ni Viti kei na vakatagedegede ni vakasama kei na kila vaka vuli. Sa sega tale beka ni dua na ka vinaka e rawa ni ra tukuna se me ra coqa kina na nona vakanananu se i le vaka politiki ni Marama Bale. Bau ni vakasamataka mada na ka ni tukuna tiko...ni kaya ga ni o ni lotu, na ka e talaucaki tu mai e vakaraitaka saraga na lecaika kei na butobuto ni bula. Sa rauta vinaka saraga me vakaloloma tu o Viti!

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  96. So, Ro Teimumum, when you say you want us as a nation to rededicate ourselves to God, does that mean you would welcome Hindus/Muslims or Buddhists in the civil service to say prayers in their own religion's tradition before a meeting at which there were people of other faiths too? Or do you mean that you'd go back to to the "Vinaka Jisu", and "In Jesus' name we pray" mode? While I would happily participate in a prayer of any religion if I felt it were done in an inclusive manner, I would be offended if the civil service were to go back to operating on the assumption that the only "valid" prayer would be a Christian one. Please think a little more carefully before you speak, because your statement reads like a riot act to those who don't share your faith - and frankly nobody needs that!

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  97. Well a good speech but raises many questions.1)You said you recognize the supreme presence of the Almighty God,which God are you refering to? the Muslims view their god Allah as Almighty God "there is no other god but Allah" the Koran says. The Hindus also view their god as Almighty did you reduce God Almighty to the level of the Muslim and Hindus because you are forming a united front with them so do not want to anger them.God Almighty is the God of all Israelites, all Gods Creator of Earth and Heaven! that is how you should address Him.NOT GOOD ENOUGH I WILL VOTE FOR FRANK.!

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  98. Save Kamikamica tamata siosio,viavialevu o iko,mo mai kalawaca tiko na Loqi Tabu,sega madaga na vakatilou.Dau bau rokova na nomu Marama o kalawaca tiko oqori!Dau kalawaci ga na kau.Waikau!!

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  99. Qai mai se warai SODELPA la e dai.

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  100. Anon 8:00 is a self-proclaimed Frank supporter, or Frankfurter. Because SODELPA calls for Fiji's rededication to God, but doesn't spell out His name, YHWH, he therefore says he's going to vote for Frank, even though he's someone who disrespected the authority placed over him by God, unilaterally wrote God out of our constitution, prevented the Methodists from holding their annual meetings, and repeatedly shows his disrespect for both the lotu and the vanua.

    I can't see the logic. Sounds like this Frankfurter is just another paid pro-regime wiener.

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  101. @Anonymous 8am
    I thought the fact that she is a confessed Catholic might indicate to you which God she is talking about.

    Amazing that someone as intelligent as you should be so dumb.
    Even a Class 1 child could have answered that question for you.

    You, my friend exemplify the kind of stupid and brainless people that support Frank.

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  102. @All Hail Bainimarama..obviously it is the counted votes that will determine the winner..everyone knows that!

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  103. Bainimarama will not win the election..that has been settled from day 1

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  104. Bainimarama will not win the election..that has been settled from day 1

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  105. An election is coming. Universal peace is declared, and the foxes have a sincere interest in prolonging the lives of the poultry.

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  106. Anonymous 9:49, at the risk of pointing out the obvious, you do understand, don't you, that All Hail Bainimarama's statement is clearly a brazen threat to steal the elction for Bainimarama? He's saying that votes for other candidates might not be counted.

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  107. ANOTHER NEGLIGENT DEATH AT THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH.

    THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CORRUPT PM APPOINTS CORRUPT MINISTER


    A husband's tale of pain

    Felix Chaudhary
    Tuesday, March 11, 2014

    A distraught Isimeli Tuivaga with his mother, Ana in Nadi. Picture FELIX CHAUDHARY

    A WEEK ago today, Isimeli Tuivaga was looking forward to cradling his firstborn son. His 19-year-old wife, who was admitted at the Nadi Hospital for three days, was being rushed to the Lautoka Hospital.

    Sereana Leba was two weeks overdue and was experiencing labour pains so the newly-wed thought the next phone call would be one that would announce the birth of his child.

    News of the death of both mother and child never entered his mind.

    "So you can imagine how shocked I was when I was told after midday the next day, Wednesday March 5, that my wife and child were no more," he said.

    A VOTE FOR BAINIMARAMA IS A VOTE FOR MORE NEGLIGENT DEATHS IN THE HOSPITALS.

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  108. One of the things I appreciate about the Gone Na Marama Bale is the way she defended the right of the Methodists to meet in Rewa, even though she herself is a Catholic. Having already agreed to host the conference, and taking her vanua duties very seriously, she wouldn't rescind the invitation at the whim of the illegal PM, even on pain of imprisonment. She is a courageous and devout but tolerant lady who will respect the law and all faiths.

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  109. Much of the medical negligence stems from the brain drain this country has experienced since the first coup. It isn't Bainimarama's fault alone, but he is amongst those partly to blame.

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  110. ANONYMOUS March 11, 2014 at 4:08 AM
    O IRA GA NA DAU VAKAVODO BENU ERA VOSA TU VAKA OQORI BALETA NI RA SA VAKARAITAKA SARA TIKOLA NA CAVA E BINI TU VEI IRA. NA VOSA NA CAGI ERA DAU KAYA MAI ESO.

    O IRA GA NA NAI LALA ULU LALA GA NEI VORE ERA VOSA VEIVAKACACNI TIKO OQO.

    O IRA OQO OQO ERA SEGA BEKA NI KAWA I TAUKEI ERA KAWA VATA KEI ALISI DAUREAWA ERA LAKO BEKA MAI ESIA.

    KEVAKA E SA SEGA NA KA VINAKA O TUKUNA BAU GOLE MADAGA YANI LAI DABE RAWA TIKO E VALENIPO KA WARAKA TIKO MO VEKA QAI BOICA NA DEMU.

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  111. Luve ni vore,

    Na kai i vei mada o Alisi?

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  112. Hello, is Rajesh Singh really coming back to Fiji?

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  113. Anon 10.30am

    Actually, the decision taken by the GMB to host the Methodist conference is not surprising at all and is indicative that she clearly knows her history since the Wesleyan church had first established itself in Rewa when the early missionaries set sail from Lakeba in Lau to evangelise on mainland. From there, then they went to Viwa.

    Methodists and Catholics belong to one faith - Christianity.

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  114. Expect contradictions from the demented one and his narcissistic puppet master!

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  115. My heart goes out to Isimeli Tuivaga. What a shock and how sad.

    I fear this tragedy will be a metaphor for the elections. Fiji will be looking forward to a new birth of freedom but arise to find all it cherishes cruelly snatched away.

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  116. what is the name of the Indian woman from Finance who did the lave e cake with Bainimarama as claimed above?

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  117. when there is bad governance of the country politically it filters down to adversely impact on basic services like health care, water supply, information dissemination, provisions for the poor,etc.
    Isimeli Tuivaga's loss of his pregnant wife at the hospital is a result of this phenomenon.
    He is a victim of the rot that has set in the 8 years of military rule.
    My heart goes out to him and other victims of the regime.

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  118. In her speach, the old lady tries to co pare herself to jesus when she said that she was praying for that soldier! ha..ha...still using the lotu to con the people.

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  119. Thank you Madam Ro Teimumu Kepa, you have my vote. SODELPA all the way:

    And to those speaking against God, let me direct you to the bible verse below:
    Psalms 14: 1 "Fools say to themselves, “There is no God!” They are all corrupt, and they have done terrible things; there is no one who does what is right.

    Truth hurts...:)

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  120. I am not a chief but i don't really mind the request SODELPA request to reverse the rental distribution.Our chieff is not a well to do guy but he is obliged to call the people to meetings and host them out of his pocket and his time. He feels obliged to lead by example when it comes soli and costs. Its not easy or cheap exercise to keep a group of people tight and moving together. I help him as much as i can as i know that.

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  121. Ro Teimumu being a woman and mother is a game changer in this political scene as well. There is too much machoism, patriarchy, testosterone and one-upmanship in fiji politics from across the ethnicities. Just brings its baggage of cliques, business interests, old boy mentality to the search for solutions for the common good. She can be catalyst to providing space for a new kind of discussion to take place.

    So Chief she is but I think the woman is also a plus maybe even more so.

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  122. Same old same old tactic, doom for Fiji with SODELPA, FLP and NFP. We dont need democracy, we need free education, free bus for elderly, water and electricity for all. Low inflation, more jobs by boasting agriculture sector.

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  123. @Anonymous 4:31
    Please go back and read what you just posted.
    Its obvious that you Regime supporters are farked in the head.

    eg of what you said "We don't need Democracy..."
    Really? What do you want?
    Dictatorship?
    How stupid is that?
    2) "Free education; free bus; free electricity, water"
    WHO DO YOU THINK PAYS FOR ALL THESE SERVICES TO COME TO YOU?
    KANALOTO!
    - ""Low inflation, more jobs""
    HOW ABOUT THE REALITY THAT BAINIMARAMA HAS CAUSED MORE POVERTY SINCE 2006.

    You regime supporters are totally stupid.

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  125. I think all of us need to remember why we are here on the blog. The regime has taken away from the people the ability to speak their mind in public, in meetings, in the news and even in offices of work. Even in our own families and particularly amongst those in the disciplined forces. It is at times uncomfortable. But the frustration burns inside.
    This is what this leadership did and all it wants is servitude/servants. Even in the constitution it did not use various channels and forms of communications to make sure the common man could grasp it. It just gave big legalese document for everyone to consume. Why, because they want to then tell us their interpretation of the document that serves their purposes. In fact I still stand by my belief that the military including Bai do not understand the implications of its content or the decrees. They are just beginning to understand some of it with the Mahoghany decree I understand.
    This is no different to the early Roman Catholic Church with the Bible. The Bible was in Latin. They were not interested in translating it into the language of the people. Why, because they were making money out of it. Until William Tyndale (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Tyndale) decided to do an English translation and he was victimized.
    So make no mistake about the people behind this regime, the political and business interests, they want to enslave us and to do it only their way. Otherwise it’s the highway. But we must not relent we must not fear but take courage and fight for our freedoms even on the blogs in our daily conversations. In whatever small way we can. All of us.

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  126. MEDA NA BUTURAKA SOBU NA VEIVAKALOLOMATAKI NEI BAINIMARAMA.

    DA SA MAI VAKALOLOMA NA LEWE I VITI ENA MATAQALAI VEILIUTAKI VAQO. E VAKAYAGATAKA NA NODA MALUMALUMU NI VAKATULEWA NAI TAUKEI O KHAIYUM ME VAKAYACO LOMANA KINA.

    E nanuma o Khaiyum kei Bainimarama ni da na guilecava vaka rawarawa nai taukei na veivakalaboci levu rau mai cakava tu baleta ni da tamata yalo vinaka ka vakaturaga na noda I vakarau. Qo na ka eda a cakava mai ena veigauna sa oti ka rau nanuma ni da na cakava tale!!! Au kerea meda vunau taka yani me sa rauta, ME SA YALA MADA EKE. DA NANUMI IRA TIKO NA NODA KAYA NI MATAKA.

    Erau a cakava mai enai tekivu mai na kena bucini cake na vuaviri ena 2006 ka da mai coriti kina na kawa I taukei. Eda sa rawai saraga kina.. ia e muri da qai raica na kena dina. Vei keda na sa kila na kena dina meda wasea yani vei ira na tu vakavanua mera kakua sara ni rawai talega kina. Da nanumi ira tiko na noda kawa mai muri.

    Vote SODELPA ena maroroi kina na noda kawa nai Taukei. Oya ena qai drodrova yani na vei kawa tamata tale eso era tiko qo I na noda vanua.

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  127. Au sa kurabui vei keda na kai Viti!!
    Buturaki keda o Voreqe, iya so vei kemuni na kai Viti se o ni tokoni koya tiko ga. E sa cava soti na liyaliya, ulukau kei na leca i ka e tiko vei kemuni!!
    Sa so na tamata voli rawarawa!!

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  128. Ro Teimumu just bought the votes of the Christians by playing the religion card...if I may ask what GOD is she talking about that is not in the constitution???...Just GOD or is there a name to this God. I would like her to rephrase and say that quote..."We must rededicate Fiji to JEHOVAH God, and, with His support, take its destiny into our hands". If she can do that than she has my vote cos thats all I want as a Christian and as a Fijian. And definitely she cannot say that in the open as she will hurt the coalition of FLP and NFP....most of them are idol worshipers..God is just a three letter word that can mean Allah, Ram, hanuman, dakuwaqa, degei etc...I want Jehovah God mentioned in the constitution...how about that to every Christians on this blog???..Do you want that?? I certainly do.

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  129. @Anonymous 6:22 PM

    And you are the perfect example of what is wrong in this world. Choose whatever idol YOU want but DO NOT expect you can force your religious views it on others.

    You are certainly no true Christian, just so obviously one of the pretend ones.

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  130. Ro Teimumu is really leading the way for SODELPA. They have my vote no doubt since they'll go by ballot and not by bullet as did Voroceke Bainimarama

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  131. @ Anon 6.28pm....My God JEHOVAH is the only true God and there is none else. My God is not an idol God either like your God with an elephant head or a monkeys face. My God JEHOVAH is the GOD to WHOM our forefathers dedicated this Country to. This country was not dedicated to every God that is worshiped in Fiji today...but to JEHOVAH. Who is your idol God by the way??

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  132. Gone Marama Bale me kua mada na lasa I tuba na qai vinaka nomudou party. Ni via kila o vei rau LT tiko???

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  133. YADRA VITI
    AU SE GONE LADALADA SA ROGOCA TIKO NA VEIVOSAKI NI YAVU NI VAKAVULEWA, NODA QELE, SA RA MAI TAKALI YANI E LEVU KA RA DAU NODRA TARABU NI VOLEKA NA VEIDIGIDIGI.

    EDAI AU SA MAI CEGU TALE, E SEGA NI DUA NA QELE VOU E KAU MAI, NA QELE MAKAWA GA KA TU MAI NA SOLI KEI VITI, OCEI E VEIVEISAUTAKA TIKO, OIRA GA EDA DIGITAKA I LOMA NI PALIMEDI ERA NAI VEISAUTAKA TIKO.

    VEIKEMUNI NA VULI VINAKA NI VOSA TIKO I LOMA QO, NI VAKADIKEVA MADA MAI OIRA NA NODA SA TU OTI E LOMA, CAVA SA TIKO VEI IRA NA GAUNA QO.MUST SO NA FREEHOLD SA TIKO ENA YACADRA SE SO TALE NA YACA ME VUNI TOKA KINA.

    NA POLOTIKI NI KUA SA VOSA BECI NA MARAMA ROKO TUI DREKETI, ME VAKA SARAGA VEI RT MARA, EDA NA VAKA LEWA NA MATADIGITAKI, KOYA E BUTABUTAKO, KOYA E DARA, SE VA NA WATINA, VEITALIA YA NI SA CURU E LOMA ...MO JO WELE MELE, AU SE CAKA NOQU MADA. VOLEKA TALE NA VEIDIGIDIGI A TARAVA SA TEKIVU MO DOU SIKOVI TALE.
    TOU RAICA VA QO, NA MARAMA BALE NA ROKO TUI DREKETI, ....BUREBASAGA RARABA YA, SE DUA TALE RT COKANAUTO...KUBUNA BEKA, NI CURU I LOMA SA NA KA LIMA NI KA O BUREBASAGA SE O KUBUNA, SA NA MATAI ME QARAVI O VITI....
    EDA DA NA USURAKI ME DA DIGITAKI IRA, ENA KENA VOSA MAQOSA MATUA, ME DUA NODATOU I DABEDABE I LOMA, DUA NA VEISAU ENA KAUTA MAI ENA NOMU BULA .

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  134. She is ready.....

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  135. One of the most gracious, intelligent, tolerant and courageous women I've known. Ro Teimumu will make a great PM, if she isn't murdered first.

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  136. cava tale eda sa na mai lasutaki kina warai ni dua e lialia.. o chodari me voli ga diua nona i sele ni ta dovu me lai ta dovu beddos me lai tei senikau vaoti isabeto... kepa lasa i tuba me lai tara kuka.. macawa kece ,valusi gauna tawa yaga nomu ni move.. keimaml sa fed up mai na raici kemuni tiko .. levu ga na con..

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  137. kua tale na viavia combine lasulasu tiko mai,sa caka tiko na ka me vinaka kina noda vanua levu tale tiko na vakilakila, na vaqara loop hole ni bau madua mada.. o viti sa rauti koya vinaka na mataqali matanitu va qo..baleti keda nai taukei sa rui lose noda bula ... lala tu na qele levu tu na vosa..bushlawyer sa qai levu ga.. sara yali na mataqali turaga era dau kune tu iliu..turaga liga qaqa ka dau vosa vakadodonu ka dina..turaga dau lomani ira dina nodra tamata..

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  138. Voreqe, Voreqe, Voreqe, e sa dua na ka na viavialevu kei na veibeci e sa tu 'qori vei iko, kaisi o iko!!
    Ke o Ratu dina, iya o Ratu tiko ga e na nomu koro, dauso o iko!Sega ni kilai iko o Bau Tikina,sega ni kilai iko na Yasana o Tailevu, sega ni kilai iko na Lotu Wesele.
    Na marama na Roko Tui Dreketi e MARAMA ni dus na YASANA kei na kena i sasavu!!
    O Rabuka e sega sara ni vakataki iko, IYA e sa tu evei e na gauna 'qo?
    O iko kei na nomu kawa , dou na tini e na kana co!!

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  139. Ni yalo dei Ro Buna!!
    O kedatou mai na Tebara na survivors!!
    We have been to 'Hell and Back".
    'Ni ga ni dau luvu osoma...."

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  140. Vei kemuni na vosavosa tiko vakaliyaliya ni qaruna. Na MARAMA Roko Tui Dreketi e tu na nodra tamata me rai lai taraka kuka, tavitavi se cava tale!1 SEGA NI MACALA O KEMUNI!!
    E TU NA TAMATA E GARAVI KEMUNI?????

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  141. o ro kepa vinaka cake me kua ni tu baleta e ratou na human shieldtaki koya o ira na dau ni politiki qase gata nodra i vakarau..qo sa na tekivu sotava qo o koya na vei bullets kecega ni politiki... gauna qo da laiva ga na matanitu nei frank me cici.. me kua ni tubu vei keda e dua na yalo ca...da marau ga ni sa wini tiko noda timi ni sevens..isalei... sa malo... dua tale , au vakabauta ni o ira na noda vei turaga marama
    mera kua ni jointaka na politiki...

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  142. wow sa expose mai e so na ka, ke qai dina au sa madua... i think we should all vote for frank...

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  143. kevaka e rau sa merge na pati nei ro kepa kei na pati nei chaudary au na sega ni vote taki ro kepa, baleta na tamata ya kesa dromu oti nona matanisiga mai na palimedi qori na gata.....se sega tiko ni vuli o keda ena vuku ni ka sa vakacakava oti na tamata o ya...au sa druka dina sara ga ... vakaidina

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  144. a cava li na via tu ni malumalumu tu na duruda...

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  145. Vinaka vakalevu....
    SODELPA all the way to victory...Fiji First will be Fiji Last...

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  146. sodelpa qai rawa sara i nakoro..tukuna vei ro kepa me cola lesu tale nona kauveilatai inakoro warai ni dua e lialia...sa da qase la sa da cegu lai qaravi na vanua...

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  147. Draki 'qo SODELPA ga!!~

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  148. welei ... lai gunu vuanikau mada mo vayalo..au sa druka..ena qai oti ni naica na tauvimate nei la qo..2.29

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