|Voters set up to fail: Khaiyum's 'democratic' ballot paper.|
Just 39 days to go to the elections and the heat is on for political parties to convince people to vote for them.
Over the last few days parties have been at each other's throats, instead of showing unity and focusing on educating voters about the complicated voting system the regime has come up with.
A few candidates have reported to us that people still don't know how to vote using the new Sudoku-type ballot paper.
Remember, each voter will have to choose a number from 135-414. To make matters even trickier, the numbers are so small they are sure to confuse many voters, let alone those who are uneducated.
Many will be tempted to enter the polling booth with the number of their chosen candidate written down somewhere, (can you blame them?) but they risk up to 10 years jail.
The media, meanwhile, continues to promote Fiji First, allowing Frank Bainimarama to hog the top spots on their news.
The dictator is traveling to Auckland this weekend to campaign there after the New Zealand government granted him a visa.
Kiwi PM, John Key, insists he will have nothing to do with Bainimarama and no arrangements have been made for the coup leader to have special accommodation or security.
Predictably, the regime trolls have taken to working overtime on this blog spreading rumours, making sexual comments about women candidates, creating religious hate speech and hatching divisions among political parties.
Trolls visiting C4.5 as often as 70 times a day
Our stats show these regimes trolls are on the blog for up to eight hours a day and are from Clarendon House, Fiji Post and Telecommunications and Suva Central.
Some of them are visiting C4.5 as many as 70 times a day.
We urge political parties to remember what is at stake and who the enemy is and to focus on making votes count instead of playing the game the regime wants you to play.
People also need to remember the many crimes of the regime: the illegal coup, the illegal Consitution, the illegal Decrees, the military thuggery, torture and deaths, the oppression of unions, the GCC and Methodist Church along with media censorship - and who is at the heart of all of the rot in Fiji - Frank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum.
As Sun Tsu said: "Know thy enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles, you will never be defeated. When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal. If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are sure to be defeated in every battle."