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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Rebel group behind capture of Fiji troops storms Syrian stronghold

Camp Kigali, the military compound where 10 UN Belgian soldiers were killed.
No word from Al Nusra on the whereabouts or fate of Fiji's captured 45 troops but the rebel group is never far away from the headlines. 

It last week courted debate with suggestions it was to form an alliance with the ultra militant group, Islamic State.

It's this week wreaking havoc in Syria's Christian stronghold of Mhardeh, crucial to the rebel advance against the regime.  

Residents say the Al Qaeda affiliate has been bombarding the town day and night leaving them with no electricity and with only one road out it has been too dangerous to leave.

It's going into 12 days now since the 45 Fiji peacekeepers were taken hostage after they gave up their weapons to Al Nusra, which last week abandoned negotiations because its demands weren't met.

The Fiji regime is at last sending a delegation to New York and the Golan Heights (unbelievably the three-member team don't even have visas yet) to put pressure on the UN to secure the release of the troops.


The decision is a belated one, prompted by this blog's ongoing revelations about Frank 
Bainimarama's incompetence in sending the troops to Golan Heights in the first place and its handling of the capture, a poor priority compared to the election.

Fiji is still way behind the game with RFMF commander Mosese Tikoitoga dismissing reports Al 
Nusra have threatened to try the Fiji peacekeepers by Sharia law.

Tikoitoga insists:"There is an agreement in place that if our soldiers are tried they will be tried in a Fiji court and under the Fiji laws."

He has conveniently forgotten the deaths of 10 Belgian soldiers in Rawanda in 1993, after they were ordered by the UN to surrender. The men were tortured and shot by extremist Hutus.

The location of the Fiji soldiers remains unknown but Tikoitoga believes they are within a 50k radius but can't get out because they're being well-guarded.
Messy: Regime's election a shambles.
 
Another real possibility is that they've been split up into small groups, because it's more manageable to keep them that way than in one large group.

The Filipino Senate has meanwhile passed a resolution praising bravery of its troops for refusing to surrender to Al Nusra and fighting their way out of a standoff.

It comes as sources reveal the Irish UN troops 'almost certainly' would've been killed or taken hostage during the fighting last week if it were not for Israeli soldiers saving them. 

Sadly, it seems the international community are taking more interest in the fate of our captured 45 troops than the regime, which has its eye on the election.

Its stale ploys of one-sided media reports are currently focused on painting SODELPA leader, Ro Teimumu Kepa, as being 'afraid' to debate Bainimarama. 

Yet there is no coverage of the voters who were turned away from pre-polling at Yasawa Community Hall, Taci Community Hall and Malolo district school because there weren’t enough envelopes.

There is also the fake Facebook aimed at undermining Kepa and the slew of filth from trolls at Clarendon House and Fiji Post and Telecom, as well as other acts of intimidation such as threats to arrest Laisenia Qarase - all intended to diminish SODELPA and rattle its voters. 

The one story the regime can't manipulate or lie about is the humiliating capture of the 45 troops and Fiji's tarnished reputation as soldiers under this military dictatorship.

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Aiyaz is a Dirty Rat said...

Well, well, well....Why weren't the 250 Fijians in Tonga not registered. Isn't it the closest nation to Fiji compared to US etc? Its a ploy by the regime it seems knowing that Roko Ului have a stronghold of followers.

Anonymous said...

The dirt within FF is becoming bloody obvious. I am an FF fan, but I'm voting for SODELPA

Anonymous said...

Most Fijians will vote for Kepa..trying to undermine her on Social Media will only strengthen their resolve. It's too late now FF. People will remember the day Bainimarama took over from the elected government by force. It's over..time to claim what is ours. Bye Bye!

Dictator said...

What is happening isn't surprising. Slack and slow to response. This regime is known that will only take credit if their names are not at stake. In this case their reputation was hanged from the international bar. That isn't a good news so that say its okay to kill these idiots because they shouldn't have surrendered. Setting up a relief center at Vatuwaqa is only a showground respond to international pressure.

Cowards like Bainimarama shy's away from it all when his shit hits the wall yet again.


BAINIMARAMA LOVES THEIR MONEY BUT NOT THE MEN IN THE MIDDLE EAST.

Now its time to make money for himself and his family as he knows time isn't on his side as he turns 60. Typical Dictator.

Anonymous said...

"The location of the Fiji soldiers remains unknown but Tikoitoga believes they are within a 50k radius but can't get out because they're being well-guarded."

They don't even know the area.

Even if they managed to get out, they have no maps.

They'd be lost.

And even if they knew the area none of those guys are in any condition to do that 50 kilometres

The route marches being done at QEB for training purposes are now less then 10km. And its done on paved roads and at leisurely pace around Nabua and Vatuwaqa and maybe once in a while up towards Colo I Suva.

That kind of escape would require guys who are mentally conditioned for going it at pace even when their body is all spent out. Guys who have done it consistently in training in Fiji and know what its like to hit the barrier and go beyond it. Who know what it is to fight to survive.

Anonymous said...

How can Tikoitoga be so positive about their whereabouts and welfare when they haven't had contacts with them for few days now. It seems like he is so positive in predicting that they are safe and won't be killed when the world knows that they are in the worst hands ever. These rebels are the same group that has killed and beheaded hundreds if not thousands of men and women in the middle east daily.

Why isn't their friend China lend a hand in surveillance. This is where you friends help is needed most Tikoitoga. Bring on Iran because Israel is not helping like they use to.


Whoever wins this election must ensure Iran and other Muslim nations ties must be severed after election.

Befriending this people were Aiayz's idea. See what happens when Israel doesnt happen. Most of our duty's are where the Israel works which Aiyaz tries to cutoff.

Anonymous said...

The 45 in the Golan Heights are being punished for the wrongdoings of the 2 idiots in power. They are the real culprits. They should be the ones being kicked and spat on everyday. Locked up in a dark cage, day and night. A bowl of mystery - meat soup a day. And it is time for the rest of the camp to wake up and smell the cordite. This two don't give a rats ass about you guys. They are only using you to protect them while they fill their purses. You are expendable. Let's call this saga...Expendable IV. I loved those movies. Anyway, back to the drama at hand. See how they already have 45 in camp ready to take your place? You are just a number. You are nothing to these people. Wake up, gentlemen. Start thinking for yourselves. They have you serving in peacekeeping missions all over the world. Whoopdy-fkn-doo! Unfortunately, these are fkn suicide missions, basically. You are just a speed bump in the road for these terrorist groups. You can't fight back, and I know you are dying to get into the fight...you have a commanding officer who can't think on his feet and make a decision and stick with it. Wake the fuck up, troops....before it is too late. In the meantime, we continue to pray for you all. Whatever happens, know this, God is good.

Anonymous said...

3k in 8 mins down the Queen Elizabeth Drive stretch from the Rabuka gym to the PRC college and Suva Grammar school corner in Military issue boots and pants and then 100 press ups and 25 pull ups and 150 sit ups upon arriving at that corner was the minimum requirement pre 2006.

Can't do it, go home.

Route marches 10km, 25km,50km, 100km, 160km.

Not done anymore

Jungle exercises. 7 days, 14 days, 21 days.

Not done anymore.

CQB exercises.

Not done anymore

RFL basic minimum. Not enforced anymore.

Anonymous said...

Once a proud Military has lost its shine. Well with a coward and Criminal like Frank...nothing less was expected...He should send his son...what's that GAY WOMAN BASHERS name....

Anonymous said...

Once a proud Military has lost its shine. Well with a coward and Criminal like Frank...nothing less was expected...He should send his son...what's that GAY WOMAN BASHERS name....

Anonymous said...

The Filipino's did 20k in 2 hours when they walked out the back of their position and escaped the al Nusra cordon in that night time exfil. They did it without Night vision equipment and they all reached the Israeli lines without a man lost carrying all their equipment.

That's the Ranger training and conditioning which got them out.

Hitting it at pace and keeping the pace and making it out of an Al Nusra cordon with absolute noise and light discipline does not happen by fluke.

It is training and drilling and drilling and drilling.

And the CO has confidence in his men to pull it off because they've been through much tougher conditions in training back home.

He knows what his boys can do - which makes it easier for him to make those kinds of decisions to stand and fight and to exfil under enemy encirclement and go through unfamiliar terrain.

Anonymous said...

Other nations which contribute troops to the Un peacekeeping have already said they are pulling their troops out. They are peacekeepers and do not need to be caught in a dangerous civil war zone.

So what does Thickheadtoiga do. Commits more troops. Why? so the illegal government can keep the UN on side as the funds they receive is one of the biggest earners for the economy.

Money first, people second. That is not leadership. The leadership in Fiji is non-existent.

How could anyone want to sign up for the RFMF now. They should wait a few years and see if new leaders can restore the ties with our regional neighbours for joint training exercises.

How can any right minded soldier respect the current leadership? This fiasco will cause Frank and Mo to lose the support of the RFMF.

Frank and Aiyaz have perpetuated coup culture. Their coup was unlawful and not out of necessity. There is a real reason now to return the country to stability.

These two incompetent non-leaders have been able to commit treason in the highest through their control of the RFMF. Lose that support and they have nothing left.

I oppose the death penalty in principle, but I see no alternative. The need to deter future leaders from staging a coup is too great. Frank and Aiyaz MUST be put on trial. If they are found guilty they should receive the maximum penalty. Those who have been complicit should receive lengthy prison sentences. There can be no other way.

Anonymous said...

Al Nusra has begun executing Fiji soldiers while Frank is busy fighting for his life in Fiji's election.

Anonymous said...

TO ALL VOTERS - URGENT!URGENT !URGENT

WADAN NARSEY DISSECTING THE BAINIMARAMA REGIME on

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11uwsoJ5-yA#t=305

DECIDE WHO YOU WILL VOTE FOR!!!!

Anonymous said...

The 45 are not on the news anymore.

They will probably become an issue once somebody gets beheaded or the news about the guys who have been killed comes through together with their photos on twitter or Youtube, but right now the Government is hoping the issue will not affect the elections and future UN work

Meanwhile the deployment of the 45 planned to replace the current 45 MIA's is not confirmed from the UN.

According to Brig Gen Tuitoga they were supposed to have been already deployed, but now there are issues with the UN so their deployment is now "delayed".

Anonymous said...

Fiji is well known to the world on 2 fronts

1. Military Coups

2. Military Cowardice

LOL!

Anonymous said...

Oh c'mon @Anon 11.16pm ..every race shags at some point in their life.
Just wondering how you rated it with your vote? lol!
Did you mean itaukei or Fijian.Remember our dickhead PM has changed the definition of Fijian

Anonymous said...

"Insignificant " is what they called Qarase
Now the 45 sissies have become insignificant.
What you say is not what you get. Qarase is very much significant

Anonymous said...

The whole Fijian Military are fighting for their dear lives. They have been smothered by the silence of the masses

Anonymous said...

Beddoes said that despite his mistrust of the Fiji Sun polls, the downward trend of Bai-Kai support is consistent with the feedback being received from candidates on the move in all parts of Fiji. Beddoes said the difference is that SODELPA’s polls factored in the rural and urban trends Beddoes said that typically, when a meeting starts off about 30% of the attendees are SODELPA, 20% Fiji First, 20% other parties and independents and 30% undecided. Beddoes said that at the conclusion of meetings following the distribution of facts to those present, the following pattern emerges. SODELPA support jumps to 80%, Fiji First support disappears altogether while other political parties and undecided voters register at 20%. The average number of voters at home per attendee in the West meetings is 5 while in the Central it is 3. Beddoes said that overall the SODELPA ‘sea of blue’ is slowly but surely turning into a tsunami and unless Fiji First puts on its life jackets now and start to deploy their life rafts soon, it looks likely they will be ‘washed away’

Willy said...

Sagai tiko meda vakadidivarataki na lewe ni vanua.

O Bainimarama e rawata ga nona i lavo mai vei ira sotia sa wele. Sega ni via kauwaitaka na nodra bula na 45 era vesu tu. Gauna qo cawiri wavoki ga ena nona saga tiko mera vakadidivarataki na lewe ni vanua mera kakua ni via rogoca na nodra vakalolomataki tiko na vesu.

O Aiyaz ena yasana kadua e nona cakacaka tiko na soli lori ni benu kei na soli kava ni benu vei keda na lewe ni vanua. O cei e kila de o koya ga veretaki ira na vesu ki vei ira na lewe ni lotu kei koya na i liuliu Singha turaga ni Idia ena UN.


O Tikoitoga e nona tiko ga na vakarogoca na nodra lasu na UN ni ra bulabula tiko na kaivesu ka sega ni yawa na vanua era vesu tiko kina.

O keda na vo ni sotia meda kila tiko o Bainimarama e sega ni kauwaitaka na nomu matavuvale ena gauna o na leqa kina. Kevaka me kauwaitaka ke sa tiko makawa mai NY ena UN me veivosataka na nodra sere. O koya e wele voli ga ena picnic mai Savusavu kei Vanua Levu ena bausitaki ira na lewe ni vanua ena i lavo butakoci.

MEDA YADRAVA TIKO NA NODA SAGAI MEDA VAKALOLOMATAKI NA I TAUKEI DINA KEI VITI.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 11.29 what does that mean? If so then each soldier must ensure that they do not vote for Fiji First. If the soldiers want their honour to be restored they must have a change of military leadership. They will not be taken seriously outside of Fiji if they continue to have NO access to quality military training/exercises with other nations. The current military leadership has used the soldiers for their own device. They are soldiers first and foremost-they did not join up to become Bainimarama & Khaiyum's personal guard dogs..but that is what they have been reduced to. It is a moment of pride to put your life on the line for your country as a member of the armed forces...in return your leaders must ensure though that they receive the best training and equipment to fulfill that duty. The Golan #45 incident shows that our military is lacking in many areas. Our interim P.M has shown a lack of insensitivity...12 days on and he was out dancing the night away in Bua. If he had even half a brain he would've thrown his energy behind the release of our boys and come out looking like a hero...but like a typical self-centered dictator it's Me First.

Anonymous said...

SA OTI QO E 11 NA SIGA E SE BERA GA DUA NA LEWE NI MATAIVALU KEI NA MATANITU NEI BAINIMARAMA ME GOLE KINA UN. NA CAVA E WARAKI TIKO? MERA MATE DOU QAI GOLE NA LAKI VEIKAU MAI.

SA KUA MADA NA VEIVAKAYAGATAKI BAINIMARAMA. NAI LAKOLAKO OQORI E SA KILAI TU GA NI LAKOLAKO NI MATE.

Anonymous said...

Jope - current soldier .- in times of crisis and war ....we never betray our leader ... Frank has vistied us . He was and remains a soldier . We will not vote Sodelpa . Full stop .

Anonymous said...

UNBELIEVABLE THAT AFTER 11 DAYS NO ONE FROM THE ARMY OR THE REGIME HAVE GONE TO TALK TO THE UN.

ARE THESE 45 JUST NUMBERS IT SEEMS.

SOMEONE IS TOO COMFORTABLE WITH HIS PAY AND FORGOTTEN ABOUT ABOUT THE 45 HOSTAGES.

Anonymous said...

BAI LOSES CONTROL OF POLICE AND ARMY - HE IS NOW ON HIS OWN,,,,,WATCH AS HE GOES TO FREE FALL STARTING THIS SUNDAY WHEN HE WILL BE HUMILIATED BY RO IN THE TAUKEI LANGUAGE ON VITI FM......MOCE TOKA MADA BOCI


Investigations are still continuing in relation to the alleged brutality video posted online last year.

The video involves some recaptured prisoners allegedly

getting beaten up by some Fijian security personnel.

Police Commissioner, Ben Groenewald had confirmed that the file was forwarded to the Office of Director of Public Prosecution and it has been sent back to police for further investigation.

He said further investigations are now being carried out.

Anonymous said...

Todays FT carries the below article so typical of what any government here in Fiji is faced with.

Do you spend others money on these people or simply tell them it's time to stop expecting handouts from others?

"" Nestled in the Nadarivatu highlands and located a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Korovou Town, Buyabuya Village has only six water taps to supply 35 households in the rural outpost.

The taps, according to village headman Viliame Namudu, are not enough to cater for their growing population.

"We have water supply but not enough pipes to supply to more homes," he said.

"It's really difficult because a lot of our families have to carry their laundry to the nearest tap to wash and clean and then carry that back to their homes. ""

Anonymous said...

@Anon 11.40am..At least you are honest! but there are millions other cunts to see. What's different with the i-taukei's lol! What she has is exactly what your mother/sister/aunt/grandmother and niece has. What's the big deal! Get back to pornhub and post your comments there..That's where you belong!

Anonymous said...

Jope - rauti iko vinaka mo ulukau tikoga,,,sega na isa

Anonymous said...

Good on you Jope (current soldier). We all know that you will support Bainimarama.As the saying goes "Birds of the same feather flock together". So what's the big deal?

Anonymous said...


BAINIMARAMA AND TIKOITOGA SHOULD REVEAL TRUTH ON SYRIA DEAL

The road to Syria for our unsuspecting Fijian men and women started with a web of deceit and cover up that has finally led to the arrest of 45 Fijian Peacekeepers at the Golan Heights. Our men and women in the Fiji Military Forces should demand for the truth from their Commander, Mosese Tikoitoga and former Commander Voreqe Bainimarama for the sake of the detainees and their families.

It has always been known that Australia and other UN member countries were putting pressure on the UN to remove Fiji from all Peacekeeping missions. The UN then gave an ultimatum to Fiji to go to Syria or they are removed from all missions.

Bainimarama and Tikoitoga together with the illegal Attorney General Aiyaz Saiyed Khaiyum, Fiji Diplomat to the United Arab Emirates, Robin Nair and a few other high level delegates plotted a way to work with the UN and at the same time be the eyes and ears of the Syrian Government reporting on the positions of the rebels. Fiji has diplomatic ties with Syria.

During Bainimarama's trip to Dubai, he was met by the Syrian diplomat who had offered some financial help to him in exchange for the Fiji Battalion to be in Syria and report on the Syrian Rebels position. The Syrian Rebels are what we now know to be linked to the Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Nusra Front . This is not surprising as Bashar Hafez al-Assad, the President of Syria (and General Secretary of the Ba'ath Party) and Aiyaz Saiyad Khaiyum, Fiji's Attorney General (and General Secretary of the Fiji First Party) are both Sunni Muslims.

The meeting was orchestrated by Khaiyum through the Fiji diplomat Robin Nair. The idea was that the Fiji Battalion had the advantage being a UN force. The request was verbal but the token of appreciation given in cash was only known to Bainimarama and Tikoitoga.

The senior officers selected to lead the mission were changed on the eleventh hour as they questioned the legality of the special request from Syria. They saw this as a breach of charter to the UN mission which could be seen as treason.

Syria through Russia requested the Fiji Military to offer assistance to the Al Assad government in exchange of funds to purchase equipment required for the mission. In a meeting held in Moscow attended by Bainimarama and the Commander, North Korea volunteered to supply arms but Fiji requested to be given money to purchase similar arms to what they have at Nabua because they are familiar with. Money was given by both countries but no arms or new equipments were purchased and the funds have disappeared.

Since the arrival of the Fiji Battalion, the Syrian government were able to target the rebel positions accurately and the only people who had access to to accurately reveal these positions were our Fijian peacekeepers. They were warned by the Israeli Intelligence and US to stop but these warnings fell on deaf ears. They were warned that the Rebels had already suspected them to be the Syrian Government informers.

Well folks, the web of deceit and cover up has somehow now been uncovered by the Syrian Rebels, the Al-Nusra Front and Fiji is now caught in the wrong side of the field playing on the same side with the wrong players. So let's demand the TRUTH from these two Bainimarama and Tikoitoga as they are now answerable to the Rebels anger to the deal that they were a part of. OR and not forgetting our Sunni Muslim snake AIYAZ SAIYED KHAIYUM.

Anonymous said...

Jope (current soldier) will never betray his leader.lol! Who knows? Fijian soldiers are unpredictable. He probably forgot his Commander running down the Cassava patch chased by his own soldiers.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 12.03.
Exactly!...the villagers have to at least raise a percentage of the cost of the project before expecting gov.t to pitch in.
This gov.t is not exactly helping, considering that it encourages this mentality of expecting everything to be free! free! free!

Anonymous said...

EVERYONE IN FIJI AND AROUND THE WORLD CAN NOW WITNESS THEMSELVES FROM THE REGIME POOR HANDLING OF THIS HOSTAGE CRISIS IT DOES NOT CARE ABOUT ITS PEOPLES SAFETY. SENDING PEOPLE TO GOLAN FROM DAY WAS SUICIDAL.

AND THEN NOW THEY CONTINUE TO SHOW THEIR POOR ATTEMPT INDEED BECAUSE AFTER 11 DAYS NO ONE HAS GONE TO ASSIST THE UN NEGOTIATION TEAM.

DO NOT VOTE FijiFirst unless you want everyone to be killed like a dog while their family is laughing all the way to the bank to collect their salary.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 12.09..what is your source?
I wouldn't put it past them though..Bai & Khaiyum capable of anything -for a pittance and as we have seen, human lives mean nothing to them.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12.11pm..which government?

Anonymous said...

to anonymous 12.18

...this 'regime'-anyway the villagers need to at least take the initiative for themselves...before expecting aid from the regime or NGO's. 6 taps and 35 households, something's not right there...they could have fixed this themselves. Water and the hardship faced by women and children has obviously taken a backseat to church obligations and the requirement to soli.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 12:35 PM

Fully agree with you.

If there's expansion in these villages there are youths and adults causing it.

If these youths and adults are not working there's free labour to do the work. The cost of materials is minimal.

It's examples like this we read every day that are now causing so many to have little sympathy for those that want to retain their old ways.

Anonymous said...

I am sorry, but the growing mentality of free free free in FIji is really making Fijians to be lazy people. This is the same mentality that exists in PNG and Solomons....

Leqa gona ga ni sa vakatiko mai ya...........

Anonymous said...

@Isireli Qio

Which response do you refer to as bigoted and 'racist'?

Are you suggesting that people should only say 'good' things and not the truth?

Anonymous said...

Speaking on 4 the Record Khaiyum defended his decision not release the Auditor-General's reports until after the elections saying that to release the report before 17/9 would politicize the report.

Well duh! it will be politicized because VB and Khaiyum were never elected in the first place. On this fact alone are they not qualified to spend public money!!!

Seems like FFP is AFRAID to release the AG reports because it will underline the illegitimate rule of VB. Never mind that they have a duty to not hide the state of their spending from voters, especially in an election. Voters have a right to know!

VB and Khaiyum need to be voted out!

Anonymous said...

This mickey - mouse organization, otherwise known as the United Nations needs to change their rules of engagement. Screw the "fire only when fired upon" bullshit. If there is an imminent threat of danger, fire at will. These idiots don't play by the rules. Shoot the sumabitches and send them to their virgins. Na cava tale e waraki.... shoot, dammit!

Anonymous said...

The UN needs to change its rules. Don't recruit Peacemakers (whose role is to promote the rule of law and democratic principles) from countries where the same soldiers are used to displace the rule of law and democratic principles.

Simple.

KUA NI RERE said...

America gave $500 million to help the Syrian Rebels.
Therefore America has some influence with al-Nusra.

America also gives $Billions to Israel.
Therefore America has influence with Israel.

The Americans took Bainimarama to speak at the UN in New York.

THEREFORE BAINIMARAMA SHOULD GO AND ASK THE AMERICANS TO INTERVENE....
AMERICA HAS INFLUNECE WITH THESE a--Nusra.
FIJI HAS FARK-ALL INFLUENCE.

Ratu Mara used to use his influence, even with the highest office in America.
But this Bainimarama is just a firkin pussy!

WEAK LEADERSHIP.....
baleta gona ni tauyavutaki tu na matanitu nei Bainimarama e na LASU kei na BULA DRUKA.

QO GONA VEI KEMUNI NA SOTIA NA VANUA E TINI KINA NA VAKAMURIA TIKO NA LASU.
NI VEICAI!

KEIMAMI SA OCA NA TUKUNA TIKO VEI KEMUNI NA KA DODONU NI SA GUMATUA GA E NA TOTAKA TIKO NA KA CA.
RAUTA SARA MONI VESU.

I PRAY THEY ALL FARKIN DIE. THEY DESERVE IT!

Anonymous said...

"" The Americans took Bainimarama to speak at the UN in New York. ""

Took him from where?

Anonymous said...

NEWS FLASH.....Al Qaeda Rebels to Try UN Peacekeepers Under 'Divine Law'

UK-based monitoring group reveals Al Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front rebels say they will put 45 captive Fiji troops on Islamic trial.

Anonymous said...

jope 11.58 sega ni lavo nei tamamu se lavo nei Bainimara o saumi tiko kina. Oqori na lavo ni lewe ni vanua. Ni caka e dua na cakacaka e dau dikevi na kena yaga. Na job na Golan e soli vei ira na qavokavoka vaka taki iko baleta o sega ni vaka tulewa taka rawa na nomu bula. Da levucici levu

Anonymous said...

E DONU VAKAVINAKA O RO TEI MUMU BALETA NI RAI VEISIVA SARA VAKALEVU KEI VORE.

E DUA E YACO GA EN FORMU LIMA MAI MARISAT KA DUA E VAKAKOROI CECERE NI VULI.

O VORE E VAKAYAGATAKA VOLI MAI NA MONA NEI KHAIHUM.

O CEI ENA VAKABAUTA NA MATAQALI TAMATA E DUA LASU, LABA, BUTABUTAKO, DAU NU VEIVAKASAURARTAKI, DAU MOKUTI IRA NA MARAMA.

NA VAKAOTI I CEGU WALEGA.

RO TEIMUMU-O KEMUNU O NI MARAMA VULI NI KAKUA NI VAKALUSIS NA NOMUNI GAUNA VEI KOYA QORI.

O KA OQORI E RAMUSU GA NA VENI NI TAMATA ULULALA.

Anonymous said...


By Ari Yashar

First Publish: 9/5/2014, 9:19 AM





Na kaiviti e dau vei maroroi. Na tagi ni kai viti baleta na matai valu sa qai vakarau sotava under the divine law. What goes around comes around. Na ka ga o tea o na tamusuka. Divine Law trial e dau musu kina na soresore ka ceuti kina na yaloka ni mata. Nanuma na vei ka rarawa caka vei ira na CRW?

Al-Nusra Front terrorists

Reuters


The 45 UN peacekeepers from Fiji who were abducted by Al Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front rebel forces on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights last Wednesday are to "stand trial" under sharia (Islamic law), according to a Britain-based monitoring group.

Rami Abdul Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said that the commander of Al-Nusra Front has declared that the 45 peacekeepers will be tried under "divine law," according to Asharq Al-Aswat as cited by Yedioth Aharonoth.

It was revealed on Monday that the rebels issued three demands for the release of the peacekeepers: to be taken off the UN terrorist list, delivery of humanitarian aid to parts of the Syrian capital Damascus, and compensation for three of its fighters it says were killed in a shootout with UN officers.

In response, the 15 members of the UN Security Council on Wednesday demanded the "immediate and unconditional release" of the Fijians, denouncing their abduction "in the strongest terms."

The statement added that "there can never be any justification for attacks on or the detention of UN peacekeepers." Fiji has issued a similar statement calling for the release of its soldiers.

In addition to the 45 Fijian troops, 72 Filipino troops were surrounded by the rebel forces; however, the two units of soldiers from the Philippines managed to escaped over the weekend into Israel.


The Fijians and Filipinos are part of the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) established in 1974 to maintain the ceasefire between Syria and Israel forces in the Golan, and oversee the implementation of a disengagement agreement.

The Israeli-Syrian border has been growing increasingly tense, as fighting between Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces and rebel forces has occasionally spilled over.

Just on Thursday afternoon the IDF returned fire on a Syrian army position after a mortar shell struck Israeli territory. Several mortar shells have hit Israeli territory in recent weeks, and the IDF shot down a Syrian drone last week after it strayed into Israeli airspace.

Anonymous said...

A COMMENT FROM A VERY EXPERIENCE POLITICIAN BELOW.
"KHAIHUM IS AN ARROGANT AND INEXPERIENCED PERSON WHO WANTS TO DO THINGS UNILATERALLY BUT FORGETS ABOUT THE CONSEQUENCES. HOWEVER, WHEN CONSEQUENCES DO HAPPEN HE IS QUICK TO BLAME OTHERS AND SHIFT THE FLAG POLE TO SUIT HIM".

HAS THAT BOCI FROM SOMOSOMO -KUBUABOLA MADE MADE ANY COMMENTS ABOUT OUR 45 BOYS?

HE WAS THAT ONE THAT ADVISED BHAI TO OPT FOR AN NON ALLIANCE-HWY CAN THEY ASK iRAN INPARTICULAT TO ASSIST FMF?


WHY ASK ISRAELI TO HELP WHEN WE ALL KNOW THAT WE HAVE BEEN SLEEPING WITH DEVIL (IRAN AND RUSSIA ETC)

THIS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF ARROGANCE AND POLITICAL IMMATURITY BY THIS REGIME.

YOU MAKE YOUR OWN JUDGEMENT.

KUA NI RERE said...

@ANONYMOUS 3:25
I assume its not a rhetorical question you are asking and you expect me to answer.

Note I used the word "TOOK" and not "went to New York".

TOOK is the past tense of TAKE
- which means that the event happened in the past.
- to take is to

1. To get into one's possession by force, skill, or artifice,
(Free Dictionary - by FARLEX)

In this case the Americans "took" him by ""skill""

If you remember Bainimarama was able to GO TO AMERICA and even SPEAK AT THE UN...at a time when other countries were banning him from travel.

THEREFORE IN ORDER TO TRAVEL TO AMERICA AND EVEN SPEAK AT THE UN... A PASSAGE HAD TO BE PROVIDED.
AMERICA PROVIDED THAT PASSAGE.

AND THAT IS WHY I USED THE WORD ""TOOK"" instead of saying he went.

Bainimarama, who had just committed TREASON by doing a Coup in Fiji, was provided safe passage BY A GOVERNMENT THAT CALLS ITSELF ""THE PROTECTOR OF DEMOCRACY"".

America is complicit in what is happening in FIJI.

Some have argued that Boinimarama is a head of state , therefore America has to allow them to go to UN.....
SO THEN HOW COME USA WONT ALLOW THE RUSSIANS TO GO TO UN after the people of Southern Ukraine VOTED to rejoin RUssia.

WHY ONE RULE FOR FIJI and a different one for RUSSIA?????

So the argument of any Head of State being allowed to go to UN falls flat on its arse right there.

So the phrase that America ""TOOK Bainimarama"" is the correct phrase.


Anonymous said...

1. Fijians will vote against FF….and mostly for SODELPA and very few for any others – and there are about 300,000 Fijians votes.
SODELPA gets 75% of the Fijian votes – that 225,000 votes.

That gives SODELPA about 20 seats.

So were is the arguments you guys don’t think SODELPA will get 75%.

These polls….they only ask urban folks. Those rural Fijian folks, and that is half the Fijian voters – they will vote over overwhelmingly SODELPA.

Just on the question of GCC – 65% of the Fijians polled want GCC back – and that again is the urban votes….you ask the rural Fijian voters and they would probably be 90% for GCC.

And the way I see it…anyone who wants GCC back will be voting SODELPA.

As for that 2% for FLP…….haven’t you guys figured out Chaudhry yet……that dude got 37 seats in a 71 seat parliament…and now he is going to get 2%……2% my ass…..at least 40% of the Indos are going to vote for someone other than FF.
There are 200,000 Indo voters and about 90% will show up – that is 180,000 votes….and that many votes will get them about 16 seats total – that gives about 7 seats to NFP/FLP/PDP – and yes, all of these parties will get the required 5%.

So Sodelpa’s 20 seats plus NFP/FLP/PDP 7 = 27 seats….the magic number.

And you think one of these parties would want to form a coalition with FF…..yeah right!!!

Anonymous said...

There seems to be a strong underline view in this blog which I agree with that Frank and Aiyaz have led our troops to Death Valley almost deliberately. First, by sending ill prepared and under-resourced troops to a high risk job, second, by befriending countries which are at the heart of the tensions in Syria who are not neutral but associated with one side of the battle or the other. That's a double trap for these soldiers. Third, they have been enticed by the lure of good and easy (low risk) money, which is how the regime has couched the package. I totally agree that the least Frank and Aiyaz should do, it get their asses to NY and onto Middle East to lead the negotiations on this. Instead we see them strutting around campaigning for their own interests. They don't deserve any vote. This is selfish cowardice in its lowest despicable form. Army should takeover again and hang these bastards and their families in public. Otherwise, vote for any other party BUT NOT FIJI FIRST!!!

Anonymous said...

YOU GUYS MUST HAVE FORGOTTEN WHEN WE WERE SUFFERING DURING THE LOST OF OUR SONS AND BROTHERS AND HUSBANDS - THE CRW BOYS.

E SEGA GA NI DODONU ME DA DAU TOTAKA NA I VALAVALA BUTOBUTO.

O VOREQE E TIKO VUA NA YALO NI TEVORO.

E DA DAU VAKATEVORO TALEGA O TAMANA.

Anonymous said...


Sa voleka sara na musu ni domo!

Al Qaeda Group To Try 45 Captured U.N. Peacekeepers Under ‘Divine Law’




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The Al Qaeda-linked Al-Nusra Front rebel forces, which captured 45 UN peacekeepers from Fiji on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights last Wednesday, said the captured men are to stand trial, Sharia style.


Obviously, as the men are all observers from the UN, the militant group has no right whatsoever to put these innocent soldiers on any kind of trial, let alone a “divine” one as prescribed by the Koran.

Nevertheless, Rami Abdul Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said the commander of Al-Nusra Front announced that the 45 peacekeepers will be tried under “divine law,” as reported to Asharq Al-Aswat.

The Independent reported on Monday that the militants had issued three demands for the release of the peacekeepers, each of which are as absurd as any demands made by modern-day Islamic terrorists, These are the demands:
1.The Group is to be taken off the UN terrorist list
2.Humanitarian aid to be delivered to parts of the Syrian capital Damascus
3.Compensation for three of its fighters it claims were killed in a shootout with UN officers

Nice try Al-Nusra, but not likely to happen. Didn’t anyone tell the group that the west, and especially the UN, would never negotiate with terrorists?

Of course, the swift response from the 15 members of the UN Security Council, ignored those demands and called for the “immediate and unconditional release” of the soldiers, denouncing their abduction “in the strongest terms.”

As well as the 45 Fijian peacekeepers captured in Syria, 72 Filipino troops were surrounded by the Al-Nusra forces. Fortunately, the two units of soldiers from the Philippines managed to escaped over the weekend into Israel.

The captured soldiers make up part of the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) established in 1974 to maintain the ceasefire between Syria and Israel.

If past “trials” carried out by Islamist militant are anything to go by, the 45 peacekeepers may well get beheaded, after having been tortured and humiliated like American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, at the hands of ISIS militants

Anonymous said...

How come the Fiji Military quickly mobilized a nation yet up against 150 (actually 72) Al Nushra Freedom Fighters...White flag...tough talk from their boss Frank...praises and praises before they departed yet now...we are non combatants..we only combat with our people, dissolve our Chiefly system and...chase our religious leaders and rape our women...If Al Nusra reads these blogs here on 4.5, they probably saying to themselves...these yellow Fijians want us to kill and fuck their people up their backside...perhaps we should send them some of the brutality videos to add to the Shuria Law...Law of God...especially the video of the suspect beaten at the back of the pick up and had the baton shoved up his bum...

Anonymous said...

Hey guys...we have an election coming up.

And all the discussion in here is about those being held hostages.

Very funny......and the man here, he will hold all of you hostages for the next four years.

Let the fricken UN take of the hostages.

You guys.....you have a election to win....or lose.

Who gives a rats ass about Sharia law. Barking up the wrong tree.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 4:40 PM

God help Fiji if there are more like you around.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, Commander Tikoitoga says. The Military has an agreement that the Fijian Soldiers can only be tried under Fiji Laws and in Fiji. The Commander should ask his pals Bainimarama & Khayum to put a Decree to free the soldiers from the Al-Nusra Terrorists. The President can endorse the Decree at the Golf Club and they can send a copy to Al-Nusra@gmail.com

Agreement na sona. Like the Al-Nusra gives a rats ass on the agreement this Commander is reporting. Nothing good or intelligent to say, STFU

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 4:40 PM

You ask how come the Fiji Military quickly mobilized a nation

When did this happen?

Anonymous said...

"What is she afraid of? "....he says. Haha...tough talk from someone who failed to show up for the first debate. Shut up, Frank. You're a fkn joke. Everything that comes out of your mouth is shit....purchase shit. Don't know if I should give you a breath mint or toilet paper. Kua na va levu kemu. The Lady has more balls than you do. And by the way...she doesn't have the time to deal with you. She has more important issues to deal with. Wait, YOU, should be the one cancelling this debate. You know, to negotiate for the soldiers you put in harms way. I thought so...they don't mean a thing to you. You bloody macawa.

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Anonymous said...

Tikoitoga insists:"There is an agreement in place that if our soldiers are tried they will be tried in a Fiji court and under the Fiji laws."



WAAAAAT? I now have to believe that Tikoitoga has gone BONKERS!!! LOL

Anonymous said...

HAVE YOU HEARD KEPA SPEAK ON STRAIGHT TALK SHOW? SHE WAS A DISASTER-SHE HAS POOR COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND THERE IS NO WAY SHE HAS THE CAPABILITIES OF A PM. SHE NEEDS TO KNOW SHE WILL NOT BE DEALING WITH VILLAGERS AND THE COMMONER ITAUKIE, WHO SHE HAS AND CONTINUES T BLUDGE AS A CHIEF

Anonymous said...

Guys please read this "from indian newspaper


Speaking over the phone from Golan Heights, Singha said that disregarding his orders of putting down arms, the Filipino troops had endangered the lives of 44 Fijian peacekeepers who have been besieged by the rebels and are in the conflict area. "The non-professional actions of the Filipino troops have endangered the lives of the Fijian soldiers. They have defied orders at a time when we had negotiated a ceasefire with the rebels to ensure that all troops in the conflict area could exit," Singha said. The officer, who has had a vast experience of commanding troops in Kashmir and other conflict zones, added that the UN has supported his call on the issue. "The higher UN echelon as well as the Indian Army agrees with me that the decision was correct. It is an act of cowardice to desert posts especially when a delicate ceasefire was in place," the officer said. "They broke the chain of command and UN orders", he added.

Sources said that the Filipino troops disregarded the orders by the Commander to not fire for effect against the rebels and in the process killed three combatants. This has raised tempers questions against the UN troops in the area.
"We had already moved 212 Filipinos to safety. There was only one post left with 40 soldiers and we were negotiating for them too and had secured a ceasefire for the night. Military action would have resulted in casualties on both sides and that would have also affected the fate of 45 Fijians abducted earlier," the officer said.

This seems to explain this ... I have also verified with a senior Un friend .. That it was an accurate account .
So ultimately the Philippinno soldiers just want to shift blame ... Whatever the case ... We just pray for our boys ...

Anonymous said...

AP

For years, Fiji's tiny military force has carried out two high-profile tasks: Leading coups, and peacekeeping. It's a mix that has drawn questions — now more than ever, with 45 Fijian troops captured by Syrian insurgents.

The force of just 3,500 is devoted largely to peacekeeping around the world, but lacks the sophisticated hardware other militaries rely on to keep their troops safe. The troops have not trained with their Australian, New Zealand and American counterparts since 2006, when the military took control of this relaxed South Pacific nation of 900,000.

Fiji wasn't even sure at first how many of its troops were captured last week in the Golan Heights, where they were part of a U.N. force that has monitored the buffer zone between Syria and Israel for four decades. The U.N. announced that 43 were taken. Fiji later said it was 44. By Monday, Fiji had raised the number to 45.

Jone Baledrokadroka, Fiji's former land forces commander who is now a visiting fellow at the Australian National University in Canberra, said the Golan Heights deployment appeared rushed.

"They decided to go in June last year, and by August they were in," he said. "It was quite hasty. I knew they didn't have the logistics and training for such a deployment, or for the escalating violence in Syria."

The U.N. says its peacekeepers are well vetted.

"The training, preparation and background of the troops are looked at very carefully," said Osnat Lubrani, the U.N. resident coordinator in Fiji. She added that "the intention of sending troops is that they are not meant to be in danger at all."

Fijians this week have been holding candlelight vigils for their troops, who have been held by the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front in an unknown location since Aug. 28. The U.N. says it's negotiating with the insurgents, who have made several demands for releasing the Fijians, including being taken off the U.N. terrorist list.

Fiji has long taken on an outsized role in the world's peacekeeping duties, even as it has been roiled by several domestic coups. The military promises it will finally hold democratic elections this month.

The U.N. has been willing to overlook Fiji's domestic problems when it comes to accepting its peacekeepers for dangerous and unpopular assignments. For Fiji, the work means international prestige, goodwill and money.

In 2009, New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully called the U.N. "utterly hypocritical."

"IT'S VERY HARD TO SEE HOW THEY CAN JUSTIFY USING MILITARY PEOPLE WHO HAVE OVERTHROWN THE RULE OF LAW IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY AS THE AGENTS TO ENFORCE THE RULE OF LAW AS PEACEKEEPERS SOMEWHERE ELSE, " McCully told The New Zealand Herald newspaper.

McCully said Wednesday his position has changed now that Fiji has promised elections, and New Zealand welcomes Fiji's peacekeeping role.

Anonymous said...

Me sa yaca ni party qori na ff ME VEISAU ME "SAFETY FIRST"..!!!
DOU VEIQARAUNI ...LOL

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 5:28 PM

Unfortunately it's an article that's been well covered in the worldwide media that many here have not read or choose to take no notice of.

It is far more fun for many to let their imaginations run wild.

Anonymous said...

None of the leaders in Fiji are good speakers at this point ....Ro , frank , Felix , biman etc . Ro was really bad , followed by Felix n frank .., whilst public speaking isn't the only yardstick , it's important , at least Mara was a powerful communicator .
I don't think an Indian should be the prime minister of Fiji unless there is :

1. Overwhelming support for an indian candidate .
2. He has the blessing of the itaukei and this can only be possible through dialogue and cross cultural understanding .

As an indian I do feel that Fijians are worried about their status : although I might add :
1. This is also a little exaggerated by politicians n opportunists ... I must be honest but I also recognise that villagers don't all have the fortune of education and accurate information about their land and their rights . With due respect , I must say that Fijians can easily be swayed in one direction , and a lot stems from age old practices and the fact that even when chiefs are doing wrong ... They will out of tees to accept that . I feel that also is a contributory factor to their current fears .
2. Fijians and Indians living abroad , have contributed a lot of negativity to affairs here . It's easier to make racist and irresponsible comments on social media without identity or accountability . This emanates from the fact that both major races sometimes feel that they their newfound status overseas somehow makes them smarter than locals . We all need to take responsibility for our small Nation . Gee , it's less than a million people and we can't coexist ?
3. The Blue print for Fijian confidence is this : Fijians have to be aggressively taught to prosper .. Educate .. And be able to utilise their resources to the fullest . With prosperity for then will come security . I must add given , decades old traditions that are difficult but not impossible to change ... Must be addressed by a respected and educated Fijian leader ... Not the current crop .. Indians must play a part in helping the Fijian brothers . If I was in power I would set up a joint committee that is funded well to help Fijians with uttermost accountability and result oriented . To date all Fijian affairs boards etc have had little success , partially because they had the public servant mentality and yawning pace in their actions ,

Lastly , it's time for us the younger blood ... The broader minded to have a part in this political landscape that is full of the usual suspects !!!

Please accept this as my humble opinion and no disrespect to anyone .

Anonymous said...

Thanks 544 ... I tend to Agree with the account that singha gave ... And it makes sense ... I just pray now that Al nusra earns at least some points for not being barbaric like others and releases our innocent soldiers .

- cheers bro

Anonymous said...

@ 5.28PM

Yes, had the Filipinos surrendered like our troops did, THEY, including our soldiers would ALL have their heads on the chopping block!!! Fortunately, good sense prevailed with the Filipinos.

Acting swiftly and effectively when the Filipinos saw warning signs of a developing emergency/danger had saved them. A grand demonstration of true bravery!

Goliath from the Philistine camp in all his might was downed by a brave and gallant David. He had faith and trusted God against this monster giant!

Dealing with Al Nusra is real serious business.

“We know the West and its oppressive ways. We know the oppression of the [U.N.] Security Council, the lies of the international community. It’s not news. This means nothing to us.” says Abu Adnan, Officer of Al Nusra.

I dont think Al Nusra would think kindly of the UN troops at all...its their own demands that will matter and if the demands are unreasonable to the UN, then there will be delays and delays lead to frustration and anger with the militants.

If the Fiji soldiers had been drinking kava the night before then we shouldnt be too surprised that they surrendered without a fight. Kava does sedate and slows down your thinking capability ( I mean we all know that) We can compare it to lying on a sunny beach with nothing pressing to do or think about and being so laid back it feels as if you've sunk halfway into the sand UNTIL you suddenly have Islamists Militants' rifles pointing right in your face!!


Anonymous said...

"IT'S VERY HARD TO SEE HOW THEY CAN JUSTIFY USING MILITARY PEOPLE WHO HAVE OVERTHROWN THE RULE OF LAW IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY AS THE AGENTS TO ENFORCE THE RULE OF LAW AS PEACEKEEPERS SOMEWHERE ELSE, " McCully told The New Zealand Herald newspaper.

I think the above makes out the word "HYPOCRITES".

Anonymous said...

"IT'S VERY HARD TO SEE HOW THEY CAN JUSTIFY USING MILITARY PEOPLE WHO HAVE OVERTHROWN THE RULE OF LAW IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY AS THE AGENTS TO ENFORCE THE RULE OF LAW AS PEACEKEEPERS SOMEWHERE ELSE, " McCully told The New Zealand Herald newspaper.

I think the above makes out the word "HYPOCRITES".

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 6:43 PM

Obviously you are living in a world of imagination.

Once you start quoting fairy stories as fact do not expect others to take any note of your views, credibility is somewhat lost.

Babu said...

@5:28
For Singha to call the Philipino's coward for disobeying his order is so Indian of him.

Now the world learns to NEVER TRUST AND INDIAN OOMMANDER!!!

Anonymous said...

It turns out that the Filipino soldiers’ decision to hold their ground was in contravention of an order by the UN peacekeeping commander in the Golan Heights, Lt Gen Iqbal Singh Singha, for them to surrender their arms in exchange for the release of the 45 Fijian soldiers earlier abducted by a Syrian rebel group called the Nusra Front, allegedly affiliated with al-Qaeda.

Singha, an Indian national, was said to be in talks with the rebels for the release of the Fijians, on the condition that the Filipinos would surrender their position, in effect putting them in serious danger of being overrun, abducted or killed by the rebels.

Catapang, who was in communication with the Filipino troops, advised them to defy the order. The wisdom of that advice can be seen in the aftermath: All 40 Filipino soldiers were able to escape the Syrians’ dragnet, along with 32 other Filipino troops also trapped and then extracted from a nearby camp by Irish peacekeepers; the Fijians, however, are still held by the Nusra Front, which has posted statements and photos on militant websites of their captives’ military uniforms and identification cards.

They were seized, according to the group, in retaliation for the UN’s inaction to help the rebels in their uprising against the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

The escalation of tension and violence has led some countries to withdraw their troops from the UN peacekeeping force, which at present counts troops from six countries: Fiji, India, Ireland, Nepal, Netherlands and the Philippines.

Anonymous said...

We don't surrender to terrorists my friend. They're got no rules and they don't honour agreements and treaty... Justify like Voreqe Bainimarama who did not honour the Muanikau Accord thus forcing the CRW soldiers to that mutiny attempt in Delainabua.

Anonymous said...

@Babu

lol...@ 'NEVER TRUST AND INDIAN COMMANDER'

Anonymous said...

US don't pay ransom because it rewards terrorist.

Lets see if the UN sticks to its words for asking others not to do so. Well, well, well if our boys known this fact before decinding to go to the Golan Height.


http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/27/us-kidnappings-ransoms-un-idUSBREA0Q1RI20140127

http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2014/09/04/ransom-kidnappers-islamic-state-tellusatoday-your-say/15103545/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsWq30a7qqs

Anonymous said...

@ 7.18PM

Freedom of Expression is great isnt it?

If you cant grasp or decipher what is written re what might have been the expectant result of our soldiers drinking excessive kava the night before they were captured, then please dont wreck your brains!

Learn to be absolutely free - utilise imagination in order to get an important message across.

You need to relax a little...too tense?

Anonymous said...

I think the Filipino soldiers were right in disobeying the UNDOF commander's order.

If they had surrendered, they would be in the same boat as the Fijians...waiting for the sharia court to pronounce sharia sentences on them.

Anonymous said...

Bro.... It's not about indian soldier n Fijian soldier ...,this could have happened anywhere ... It's still not known what would have been the right decision for the indian commander to take ... We won't know for a white ...
Your argument reminds me of this " when you have no basis for an argument abuse the plaintiff ".

It's amazing that Fijians are descendants of Africa bro.. A country that fought tooth n nail with racism and today ironically you accord racism to your own countrymen ... God bless you bro ...

Anonymous said...

@ 4:50pm......There is actually 850000 of us around led by the main one himself who enlightens and shows us the way forward...HOW TO BE A COWARD> HOW TO SURRENDER AND BLAME OTHERS> You my friend are one of ours....welcome home if you have been lost...you prodigal son...stop your life of denial...

Anonymous said...

You sure got to laugh at the Fijian experts on what to do in a hostage situation blogging here !

YOU DON'T SURRENDER !!!!!!!

Excuse me Fiji but did you not surrender 8 years ago and your greatest protest to date being some graffiti on a wall, ha ha ha.

Oh, I forgot there were also four people beating biscuit tins.

Anonymous said...

Makes me wonder...

If Catapang was in communication with the Filipino troops and ordered them to defy Singha's order...who was in communication with our Fiji troops and ordered them to surrender???

Anonymous said...

JYOTI PRATIBHA SEN

GOSSIP COLLUMN WRITER for the FIJI SUN who is now the source of all evil, racism and hatred in Fiji!!!

She has no respect for indigenous people of this land, their chiefs, their protocols, their culture, tradition, history, heritage and language.......but amazingly wants to be called a FIJIAN

She has no shame in ridiculing people on personal grudge and for the benefit of Fank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Khaiyum. Whole world knows she is wrong, but she shamelessly continues

Please remember this face!! This face needs to spat at every time you see it!!! I will see nothing wrong if somebody beats her up, even mutilates her. Or burns her house down!!! She must be punished for her crimes

She thinks she can be protected, but the power of common man must prevail and she must be brought down to her knees!!!

I call on every responsible citizen of this country to please be your own judge and punish this witch your way because some jihadi terrorists have taken control of our judiciary and they only wish to see the Fijian civilization brought to it's knees and even eradicated

The proud Fijian civilization, been in existance for over 3000 years, is now in danger of beeing killed by foreigners who have taken control of the indigenous land, their education system, judiciary, defence force, name and their very existence

WAKE UP FIJI BEFORE YOU ARE WIPED OUT AT THE HANDS OF FOREIGNERS IN YOUR OWN LAND

TODAY THEY RIDICULE YOU, STEAL FROM YOU.....TOMORROW THESE CRIMINALS WILL KILL YOU






JYOTI PRATIBHA SEN GOSSIP COLLUMN WRITER for the FIJI SUN who is now the source of all evil, racism and hatred in Fiji!!! She has no respect for indigenous people of this land, their chiefs, their protocols, their culture, tradition, history, heritage and language.......but amazingly wants to be called a FIJIAN She has no shame in ridiculing people on personal grudge and for the benefit of Fank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Khaiyum. Whole world knows she is wrong, but she shamelessly continues Please remember this face!! This face needs to spat at every time you see it!!! I will see nothing wrong if somebody beats her up, even mutilates her. Or burns her house down!!! She must be punished for her crimes She thinks she can be protected, but the power of common man must prevail and she must be brought down to her knees!!! I call on every responsible citizen of this country to please be your own judge and punish this witch your way because some jihadi terrorists have taken control of our judiciary and they only wish to see the Fijian civilization brought to it's knees and even eradicated The proud Fijian civilization, been in existance for over 3000 years, is now in danger of beeing killed by foreigners who have taken control of the indigenous land, their education system, judiciary, defence force, name and their very existence RECLAIM FIJI VOTE SODELPA

Anonymous said...

Mahen chodho ...cant contest elections so he can spend time to chodo Lakhan in the nightclub and not in Government Office as he has millions in accont. Chodhori stole furniture from arliment office and replaced old furniture from his house that came out in Auditor general report but he escaped scrutiny.
Rajen chodo talking too big on facebook cant rape drug dealing girl anymore coz she is in jail,so go and chodo with Nikil in exile. Don't worry about elections ...you bastards and MF father and son. Your times up to fool Indians. They support Voreqes in his campaign and will vote for him.

Philipino Lesson said...

The new rule of engagement for the UN peacekeepers in the middle east where ISIS rules is as follows :- TO SAVE YOUR PLATOON IS TO SAVE YOU LIFE, YOU SHOOT THE COMMANDER (if he remains) then SHOOT THE ENEMY then RUN FOR YOUR LIFE then QUIT.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 8:34 PM

I have not read what she has written in the Sun but she has evidently put her name to it and we do not hear the masses in Fiji up in arms about it.

But what is noticeable is that you write your personal hate and threats anonymously like some pathetic coward.

Does it make you feel good threatening women, because to the vast majority you just look like a sad excuse for a human being.

mark manning said...

Be careful Frank doesn't get the Chinese in to take over!

Anonymous said...

The time is right now, my Muslim brothers to draw swords together and spill Fijian and Hindustani blood.

With now Sheikh Osama's (may Allah have mercy on him) legacy being re-written by our brothers in India, the time is now to stamp our mark on Fiji.

Our brothers in Syria have also done their part - why do we have to wait?

الله أكبر

Anonymous said...

Remember my brothers - christians and hindus are enemies of Islam. And what do we do with our enemies? We make them disappear from the face of this earth so rightly given to us by Allah.

Al-Qayyum!

الله أكبر

Anonymous said...

Coup Four Point Five moderator I suggest you find the ISP number of the Anon poster at 9.32 pm September 9th and block any further postings from that ISP and any similar postings to what he has said.

That is the language of a Jihadi in his post.

That poster is either al Qaeda or al Nusra affiliated and clearly has been reading this blog.

Anonymous said...

Anon :932 we all know who you are ... Quit bitch .. U no muslim ... I'm a muslim .. N fiji Muslims will never resort to violence . So fuck off faker .


I just watch Aiyaz on fbc ... Lol .. He talks well although he sounded like a salesman selling Rewa milk he was trying too hard to talk up the party . He tried to talk economics etc . He may have better experience than Felix in those matters but if I was the journalist ... Some real tough questions would have come his way .. You can tell the moderators are too cautious .. Poor guys ... The only reason why Fiji first will win is the other parties should have focused on what they can do for the country instead of solely focussing on one issue ... None of the parties had anything to offer .. And that's sad ...

Anonymous said...

Al Zawari the al Qaeda leader to whom Al Nusra have sworn loyalty declared India a land of Jihad last week.

Posters at 9.32 and 9.32 are posting al Qaeda material.

Anonymous said...

932 is a not a muslim .. It's easy to track him .. He is posing as a muslim .., coward

Report him to ASIO

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 9:44 PM, it's not about being a Fiji Muslim, Indian Muslim, Saudi Muslim or NZ Muslim. Its all about Allah Ar-Rahman.

It's a pity that imam khatib in Fiji have not done a good work of spreading the words of Allah.

It's now or never, my Brother! Let's take Fiji for Allah.

الرحمن

Anonymous said...

السَّلامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

سُبْحَانَ رَبِّيَ الْعَظِيمُ
اللهُ أَكْبَرُ

Anonymous said...

Bro 953 ... I'm a muslim .., just from your sheer threats ... And IP address ... I know who you are ... For legal reasons I can't release your name .. Good try . You can never be a good muslim .. Never .., do us a favour ... Right all your wishes ... In a piece of paper .. Roll it ... N shove it up your arse .....you can never be a brother

Anonymous said...

Copying n pasting muslim prayers .. Won't help you .. You are goner

Anonymous said...

Is it possible that Baini & Tikoitoga urged Fiji's Commander Siwatibau to follow orders and surrender purposely? Siwatibau was Bai's closest man -until recently. As he would have been privy to a lot of Bai & Khai's under the table dealings, he can be considered by both crooks to be a danger. Hence the late reaction to the Golan incident. Was this Bai's opportunity to 'get rid' of Siwatibau?(at the hands of Al Nusra)

Anonymous said...

Brother of Islam @ 10.02 pm, if you know my name, release it! I'm well protected by Brother Aiyaz because he believes in the greater good for all Muslim brothers and I'm tasked to lead us to our dream.

I'm greatly ashamed by your views which contradict the teachings of Allah Al-`Alim.

Please forego your earthly beliefs and let's fight together for the greater good of Islam. And what better than get rid of these scums of the earth known as Fijians and Hindus.

المعز

Anonymous said...

Lt Siwa (now Captain Siwa) was the opening batsman in the first innings on 6th December 2006.

Ironic that he may very well be the closing batsman in the final innings of 17th September 2014.

Anonymous said...

Al-Nusra Executes Syrian Soldiers in the Name of Sharia Law

by Frank Spano • May 17, 2013 at 2:24 pm

Eleven shots ring out – plus two more for good measure – leaving 11 Syrian soldiers dead or dying in the sand. Moments earlier, flanked by the black flags of Jhabat al-Nusra, an unidentified man invokes the "name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate" and reads a condemnation:

"The Sharia Court of the Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) in the Eastern Region in Deir al-Zour has decreed killing upon these apostate soldiers for the massacres they have committed against our brothers and our people in Syria." With that, the grisly video plays on bullet by bullet as the man deals out a perverted form of justice in the name of God.

Thanks in large part to their battle-hardened capabilities, al-Qaida-tied Jhabat al-Nusra is becoming increasingly popular among the opposition forces. With members of the more secular Free Syrian Army (FSA) defecting to join its ranks, al-Nusra's power and influence are increasing – adding to the concern about proposals for the United States to arm Syrian rebels.

While the Assad regime's primary focus seems limited to quelling the rebellion, Jhabat al-Nusra and its parent group al-Qaida in Iraq see Assad's overthrow as the first step in a far grander plan to create an Islamic state in Syria under Sharia law. Then they can use the more advanced weapon systems they hope to gain against Israel.

The border with Syria – the Golan Heights – has been relatively peaceful since the 1973 Yom Kippur War. This region, now the site of Syrian rocket attacks and threats of re-entry by Syrian forces, stands as the most likely target for Jhabat al-Nusra's aggression and "justice."

Recent assessments cast Assad in a position of renewed strength, and although Jhabat al-Nusra appears to hold both Israel and Iranian-supported Hizballah with equal disdain, al-Nusra's advances indicate a peaceful era is a long way off.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 10.12 you make me laugh. You're just a 16 yr old high sch boy at Nadi Muslim High Sch. The only dream you'll be having is when your mum slaps you round the ear to get to bed.

Anonymous said...

Anon 10.37 If you have his details send it to the Special Branch, Fiji Police Force.

Just because he is a 16 year old does not mean he cannot be radicalised or subject to radicalisation.

Let Special Branch visit him and have a word with his Mum and Dad and let them know what Junior is upto so that Junior can be told to concentrate on his studies instead of wanting to be a Jihadi.

Anonymous said...

The regime can and is lying and manipulating this story. It's trying to minimise the danger, put on a brave face, and question the patriotism of anyone who doesn't "support" the troops, even while it ignores their plight and goes on campaigning as hard as it can. It doesn't speak to or allow mention of reports that Al Nusra is demanding Frank's resignation before 17 September or the soldiers could lose their heads. It claims the rebels cannot try our soldiers using Sharia law, as if they're in any position to dictate to the rebels. They sent our men in unprepared, gave them traitors and lick-arses for officers, and advised them to surrender without a shot to the rebels at the gate. Meanwhile, the foolish foreign policy they fashioned couldn't have been better designed to pull the legs out from under their peacekeeping mission. The whole incident just sickens me. These poor slobs getting their heads chopped off just to fatten the wallet and ego of a traitor and tyrant.

Anonymous said...

If Khaiyum didn't want the AG reports to be polticised, then why didn't the regime release them years ago, when they were supposed to?

Anonymous said...

The Americans gave money to the Free Syrian Army, not the Nusra Front. The Americans have influence with the Israelis, the Free Syrian Army and a few others in the area, but not Al Nusra. The Americans and Israelis also have drones. They may be our last hope, while this regime does exactly fuckall.

HINDUSTANI CHRISTIAN FIJI INDIAN said...

9.32 pm, this AL BUNDY here ,you need to take your medicine,and go to sleep now as its past your bedtime accha?!
I think you read too many comic books and don't pay attention to your schoolwork.Have you finished your homework for today?
Lets put it the same way folks in Harlem address the KU KLUX KLAN....KKK COME TO HARLEM,WE COULD USE THE SHEETS. So with that said, I say AL GUAPO, COME TO FIJI ,WE COULD USE SOME MORE OF THOSE BLACK SHEETS YOU WEAR AROUND YOUR FACE OUT OF FRIGHT !!!
Oh and another thing, if you threaten too much, then Bainimarama will have had enough of the muslim crap and sack Khaiyum, so you could be doing us a favour...keep threatening mullah!!Quick exit from government for satan believer Khaiyum.

Anonymous said...

Kua Ni Rere, the Americans are the host nation to UN headquarters. For the life of me, I can't understand why they would let Bainimarama travel to Santa Rosa, California. But they're obligated by treaty to let UN members send their accredited representatives to New York.

It's interesting how you're always demonising the Americans. That's quite a chip on your shoulders. It sounds like you and Rajend Naidu should get together to compare notes about your failed visa applications.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Hanif, I'm still waiting for Syrian gunboats to shell our coast.

As IF!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 5:28, where have you been? We read that article here days ago. It's clear now that the UN general made the wrong call by choosing capitulation, and the Filipinos made the right call by choosing to resist. The general is now in spin mode trying to salvage his damaged reputation, sort of like Tikoitoga.

Kilroy Was Here said...

Anonymous 8:01 is right. Fiji surrendered eight years ago without a single shot being fired. And the only protest to date is graffiti scrawled on the prison walls and cups scraped across the prison cell bars.

The truth sure does hurt.

In a few days the cell doors will be opened, but how many of you will walk through them?

Anonymous said...

Anon 1231: I was kinda on a grog trip ... Hiding n living under a rock. ... But as I've emerged . I see the usual suspects here ... Lol ... Kua ni rere ...Nayacakalou , high tea ... We should all meet after the elections for a few beers eh ? Down some stubbies ... Have some curry ... Relax mada ..

Anonymous said...

WE HELPED BUILD ISIS SAYS US GENERAL

During an appearance on Fox News, General Thomas McInerney acknowledged that the United States “helped build ISIS” as a result of the group obtaining weapons from the Benghazi consulate in Libya which was attacked by jihadists in September 2012.

Asked what he thought of the idea of arming so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels after FSA militants kidnapped UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights, McInerney said the policy had been a failure.

“We backed I believe in some cases, some of the wrong people and not in the right part of the Free Syrian Army and that’s a little confusing to people, so I’ve always maintained….that we were backing the wrong types.”

McInerney then made reference to a Bret Baier Fox News special set to air on Friday which will, “show some of those weapons from Benghazi ended up in the hands of ISIS – so we helped build ISIS,”…

Anonymous said...

Sept. 3 – The Security Council will receive Ban Ki-moon’s latest report on the UNDOF mission in the Golan Heights on Sept. 12 and is set to meet with peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous over the future of the mission six days later.

Forty-five Fijian UNDOF peacekeepers taken hostage last week by Al Nusra remain in captivity.

Ladsous spoke to reporters at UN headquarters in New York on Wednesday and backed UNDOF force commander Iqbal Singh Singha amid reports that he ordered a Filipino contingent to hand over their weapons to the Al Nusra militants holding the Fijian troops.

He said the Filipino troops were told to “keep their weapons quiet” but not to surrender them.

He added that the Dept. of Peacekeeping Operations is looking at “the way the force is configured.”

The Philippines announced in August that it is withdrawing its troops from UNDOF at the end of September citing security concerns (it is also withdrawing its troops from UNMIL in Liberia over the Ebola outbreak).

Ireland’s Defence Minister Simon Coveney told Morning Ireland on Monday that the Irish government would seek a review of the mission before deciding whether to send new troops when the current contingent end their tour of duty at the end of September.

Ban Ki-moon recommended over a year ago that the force’s self-defense capabilities be enhanced. While the force has received more robust armor, it is understood that both the UN Secretariat and troop contributing countries believe the Security Council has not done enough to ensure UNDOF has the defensive equipment it needs.

Irish troops, along with the Fijian contingent, were deployed after Japanese, Croatian and Austrian troops withdrew last year because of the security situation. Austria had been the longest serving contributor to the mission, having joined UNDOF when it was formed in 1974 to observe the ceasefire agreement between Syria and Israel following the end of the 1973 war.

The Council also increased the size of the force in June last year by about 300 troops. It’s current configuation has over 1,200 troops from six countries.

Ladsous said on Wednesday that in addition to Al Nusrah there are about six or seven other armed opposition groups operating in the area of separation.

In Ban Ki-moon’s report to the Council in June this year, he outlined a number of incidents in which the security of UNDOF troops was threatened. As a result of the security situation, Ban is required to report on UNDOF every three months instead of the usual six.

In his June 2014 report, Ban wrote that armed opposition groups were tailing UNDOF patrols, presumably as protection from Syrian government forces, that two peacekeepers were injured by a tank round on July 7, and that another patrol witnessed members of an armed group walking past its post with a severed head.

Tui Viti said...

Page 3 of todays Fiji Sun shows the huge crowd at Labasa,Northern and whole of Western Division is confirmed Fiji First Territory.Half of Eastern and Central Division support FFirst but that is all needed,a Majority in Parliament.SE DEI TIKOGA NA NOQUI VAKARO KIVEI KEMUNI KECE NA NOQUI TOKANI ENA FFP,KUA NA VOSACA SE VAKACACANA NA BANNER NI VEI PARTY ESO,OQORI ENODRA DODONU,KE RA VAKACACANA NA NODA TOU BIUTA KINA LIGA NI LAWA ME QARAVA,WE WILL LIVE BY THE LAWS OF THIS LAND AND NOT OTHERWISE. IF ANY PARTY CAMPAIGNS IN YOUR AREA,ATTEND IT,ENCOURAGE OTHER FFP SUPPORTERS TO ATTEND BUT YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR HEART LIES,279 IS THE MAGIC NUMBER.ME DA NA OSOTA KECE NA I TAUKEI LEWE NI FFP NA CAMPAIGN KECE NI SODELPA KEI IRA NA SO TALE,IA NAI TOQA ESA NA GOLE GA KI NA VANUA E DODONU GA ME GOLE KINA 279.DA NA GUNU TI,VAKASIGALEVU,VAKAYAKAVI GUNU YAQONA ENA BOLABOLA NEI TABAIWALU KEI IRATOU NA SODELPA,IA NA DIGIDIGI ME SA MURIA GA NA NONAI I YATU OYA - 279.SA I TUI VITI GA OQO,NI TEI MOCE TOKA MADA.

Anonymous said...

https://news.siteintelgroup.com/Jihadist-News/al-nusra-front-spokesman-says-case-of-undof-captives-is-governed-by-shariah.html

Anonymous said...

https://news.siteintelgroup.com/Jihadist-News/al-nusra-front-spokesman-says-case-of-undof-captives-is-governed-by-shariah.html

All Hail Bainimarama said...

Glad to see some progress, especially no more threats against our leader.

* * *

Some Progress Amid Dimming Hope for UN Peacekeepers



Al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front rebels appear to have scaled back some of their demands of the United Nations and the Fijian and Syrian governments even as they signaled their intent to try 45 UN peacekeepers under sharia, or divine, law.

The rebels usually execute prisoners tried under sharia law, often through beheadings.

The peacekeepers are Fijians, part of the small country's contribution to the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) established in 1974 to maintain the ceasefire between Syria and Israel by patrolling the strategic Golan Heights area.

After capturing the Fijian peacekeepers, the Syrian rebels surrounded two units of Philippine troops and sent a Fijian to demand their surrender. The Filipinos held their ground. Both units from the Philippines then managed a daring escape into Israel, without casualty.

The safety and whereabouts of the Fijian peacekeepers remain unknown.

After a series of ever-escalating demands, the rebels appear to have settled on just three: removal from the UN terrorism blacklist, humanitarian aid to rebel-held territory, and compensation for three Nusra Front members allegedly slain in a gun battle with the Philippine troops.

The rebels had earlier insisted on the resignation of Fiji's prime minister, the release by Syria of an Al-Qaeda leader, and the creation of a UN safe haven in Southern Syria. Professor Jerome Maloch, distinguished visiting fellow at Cambridge University's Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, welcomed what he termed a "realistic scaling-back" in demands, but warned that the rebels would now be "more hard-over than ever" in pressing the remainder of their demands.

Maloch earlier summarized the rebel demand for Bainimarama's resignation as "effectively saying to the Fijians 'look, it's either your government or your soldiers. Decapitate one, or we'll decapitate the other.'" Maloch noted that the rebels now appear to have dropped their demand for the figurative decapitation of Fiji's government, but he said this did not necessarily mean they had backed away from their very literal threat to behead their Fijian captives. "In fact, the de-coupling of these demands, for whatever reason, probably makes Al-Nusra even more adamantine in its insistence that its Fijian captives be tried under Muslim sharia law."

An Israeli Shin Bet intelligence officer, speaking off-record, said the rebels withdrew their ultimatum for the resignation of Fiji's prime minister in return for undisclosed "compensation" from the Fijian government. The rebels had demanded that the resignation occur before Fiji's September 17 election, the first since 2006, when Fiji's strongman, Josaia V. Bainimarama, siezed power in a bloodless military coup. The rebels had threatened "heads could roll" unless Bainimarama resigned.

The Golan Heights is a strategic plateau captured by Israel in a 1967 war with Syria and other Arab countries.

Technically, Syria and Israel remain at war. The UN force monitors a narrow area of separation between them, running about 70km from Mount Hermon on the Lebanese border to the Yarmouk River frontier with Jordan. The force comprises 1,223 soldiers from Fiji, India, Ireland, Nepal, Netherlands and the Philippines.

Austria, Japan and Croatia earlier pulled their troops out of UNDOF, due to the deteriorating security situation and spillover from the Syrian war.

Twice this past year, troops monitoring the area were abducted but eventually released unharmed.

Anonymous said...

Tui Viti
Vinaka vakalevu na bula ni namu keina kerekere luveni boci

Anonymous said...

All of you are cowards. if you have the balls to do so, come out in the open and make your statements. It's pretty obvious that your claim to fight for the betterment of Fiji is just for you personal and selfish interest....and blaming FF for everything that goes around in the whole freaking world will not change the facts.

Anonymous said...

@ All Hail Bainimarama...not sure why you posted this post but it tells us nothing we already know..Your PM the COWARD FRANK BAINIMARAMA is more intent on winning this election by hook, crook, threats, intimidation, illegal means, changing electoral legal system and every means possible, rather than put in a concerted effort in effecting the release of 45 brave soldiers, whose families are worried sick of their well being. A person who reflects the type of leadership Frank is reflecting at these trying times for soldiers held in captivity speaks volumes of his character - NOTHING and morals. You can worship your COWARDLY Frank but his actions speak louder than his words. The truth is being revealed and as we speak, dissent is in the air. All in good time. We will continue to remember our brave 45 soldiers in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

The time is right now, my Muslim brothers to draw swords together and spill Fijian and Hindustani blood.

With now Sheikh Osama's (may Allah have mercy on him) legacy being re-written by our brothers in India, the time is now to stamp our mark on Fiji.

Our brothers in Syria have also done their part - why do we have to wait?

I'm greatly ashamed by your views which contradict the teachings of Allah Al-`Alim.

Please forego your earthly beliefs and let's fight together for the greater good of Islam. And what better than get rid of these scums of the earth known as Fijians and Hindus.


الله أكبر

Anonymous said...

Army says...unfortunately it is clear today that the Fiji First Party has the upper hand to all other opposing parties in the up coming election and may most likely win, not undue to the inabilities of the other parties but more likely to Fiji First ability to manipulate a system they implemented themselves. Unfortunately SODELPA continues with campaign of emotion which is unfortunately not working for a section of the younger generation and has not put forward promises or lack of them on how to take Fiji forward. FNPF manifest appears to be the most promising. FLP campaigning is no different to SODELPA and the other minor parties are thinking like NFP, more with clarify. Why all the other parties have not formed a coalition to fight this election against a tyrant is reflective of the split amongst the political leaders themselves who are not looking at a common cause of ousting a tyrant. Unfortunately Fiji is a 3rd world country with more than 60% living in abstract poverty so with Fiji First throwing freebies and unintelligent promises, the offer is better than their current living standards even if 1% of the promise is delivered in incalculable way. Some believe Frank needs to win because if he doesn't, SODELPA or other parties will return the 1997 Constitution resulting in another coup because Frank has drafted an escape route for him and his cohorts in his (emphasised) 2013 constitution which he belligerently campaigns as the one true document. He cannot afford to lose by all means. What does the future hold for Fiji.....Nothing for the next 30 years because the past continues to erode the future. There is no real of reconciliation and hatred on a level never seen before politically is the name of the game. Just hope the bubble does not burst. By the way, interesting revelation by George Speight and Shane Stephens (CRW). Lets hope common sense prevails in the end but this again falls on the lap of our leaders. Vote - PEACE & STABILITY - Vote SENSIBLE

Anonymous said...

@ 9.35
should things turn around in Fiji I will be going after the Muslim girls and feast on them.

Anonymous said...

BREAKING NEWS : TROOPS BEING RELEASED BY AL-NUSRA

Told you guys Black People don;t make for good bargaining chips.... let's hope the guys take a lesson from this and the FMF also

Anonymous said...

943 am : I hope you are true .., I've checked no sites reporting that . Hope this is not a horrible n cruel joke

Anonymous said...

Fijivillage breaking news "Al Nusra to release pussie"

Confirmed by Pussy commander Tikoitoga.

Al nusra discovered Bainimarama soldiers have bigger pussies than their women.

Anonymous said...

Ransom money has been paid to Al Nusra.

No other choice.

But at least two will be coming back in body bags. They were shot

Anonymous said...


@September 10, 2014 at 10:34 AM

HA HA HA ! :)

Anonymous said...

Brig Gen Tikoitoga released that information too soon.

The money is paid to a different set off guys who will then confirm that payment to another set of guys who will then verify to the set of guys actually holding the hostages to release them.

Then a point of release and a time of release will be confirmed before it is then executed.

That is done for security reasons to compartmentalise the guys who receive the money from the guys who verify the payment from the guys who hold the hostages so that if there is a break/ compromise in any of that line of communication then the enemy do not get to the hostages. They can just break the link between the compartments and go to ground and they remain secure.

The reason why the al Nusra contact is saying a few days is precisely because of those security procedures they need to follow.

And it is never a sure thing until the handover is done. Anything can happen between now and the handover

Anonymous said...

Probably USD $25 million minimum ransom paid by Fiji Government.

The new Parliament after September 2014 will have to release those details of how much was paid and how it was paid.

Do we now have an IOU to the US or the UN or China for this ?

Anonymous said...

@الله أكبر

September 10, 2014 at 9:35 AM

You fool.

Anonymous said...

Bainimarama and his army since 2006 are known to have rely on Fiji's Army Past for their well being.

They went to the Golan Height thinking that since the armies were safer before they will be safer in future including the Golan. Not knowing that each mission is different and the enemies are better informed everytime.

VOTE Bainimarama OUT. REMOVE HIS MENTALITY. KICK HIM OUT OF FIJI.

Anonymous said...

LATEST POLL.

It showed 49 per cent of people chose Rear-Admiral Bainimarama as preferred prime minister, down from 60 per cent in a poll held in August, The Fiji Times reported.

Voters are heading in the right direction. Take the lollies but vote him OUT. A dictator is not worth a leader.

VOTE VOREQE OUT FIJI.

Anonymous said...

"THE road to Syria for our unsuspecting Fijian men and women started with a web of deceit and cover up that has finally led to the arrest of 45 Fijian Peacekeepers at the Golan Heights.

Our men and women in the Fiji Military Forces should demand for the truth from their Commander, Mosese Tikoitoga and former Commander Voreqe Bainimarama for the sake of the detainees and their families. It has always been known that Australia and other UN member countries were putting pressure on the UN to remove Fiji from all Peacekeeping missions.

The UN then gave an ultimatum to Fiji to go to Syria or they are removed from all missions. Bainimarama and Tikoitoga, together with the illegal Attorney General Aiyaz Saiyed Khaiyum, Fiji Diplomat to the United Arab Emirates, Robin Nair and a few other high level delegates plotted a way to work with the UN and at the same time be the eyes and ears of the Syrian Government reporting on the positions of the rebels.

Fiji has diplomatic ties with Syria. During Bainimarama's trip to Dubai, he was met by the Syrian diplomat who had offered some financial help to him in exchange for the Fiji Battalion to be in Syria and report on the Syrian Rebels position. The Syrian Rebels are what we now know to be linked to the Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Nusra Front.
This is not surprising as Bashar Hafez al-Assad, the President of Syria (and General Secretary of the Ba'ath Party) and Aiyaz Saiyad Khaiyum, Fiji's Attorney General (and General Secretary of the Fiji First Party) are both Sunni Muslims. The meeting was orchestrated by Khaiyum through the Fiji diplomat Robin Nair.

Anonymous said...

The idea was that the Fiji Battalion had the advantage being a UN force. The request was verbal but the token of appreciation given in cash was only known to Bainimarama and Tikoitoga. The senior officers selected to lead the mission were changed on the eleventh hour as they questioned the legality of the special request from Syria. They saw this as a breach of charter to the UN mission which could be seen as treason. Syria through Russia requested the Fiji Military to offer assistance to the Al Assad government in exchange of funds to purchase equipment required for the mission.

In a meeting held in Moscow attended by Bainimarama and the Commander, North Korea volunteered to supply arms but Fiji requested to be given money to purchase similar arms to what they have at Nabua because they are familiar with. Money was given by both countries but no arms or new equipments were purchased and the funds have disappeared.

Since the arrival of the Fiji Battalion, the Syrian government was able to target the rebel positions accurately and the only people who had access to accurately reveal these positions were our Fijian peacekeepers. They were warned by the Israeli Intelligence and US to stop but these warnings fell on deaf ears. They were warned that the Rebels had already suspected them to be the Syrian Government informers.

Well folks, the web of deceit and cover up have somehow now been uncovered by the Syrian Rebels, the Al-Nusra Front and Fiji is now caught in the wrong side of the field playing on the same side with the wrong players. So let's demand the TRUTH from these two Bainimarama and Tikoitoga as they are now answerable to the Rebels anger to the deal that they were a part of, OR and not forgetting AIYAZ SAIYED KHAIYUM."

Anonymous said...

I hope the story about the hostages' release is true, but I really think that the regime is just trying to confuse us. It paid Al Nusra hush money to get it to stop demanding Bainimarama's resignation. Now it wants us to think that if it paid money, it was only to ransom the hostages. Well, I guess that the rebels' dropping their demand for Bainimarama's resignation was purely coincidental!

If the hostages aren't released in the next three days or so, then we'll know for what and for who all of that money went for.

Anonymous said...

The payment of the ransom now makes it a very dangerous place for our troops over there, much more dangerous than it otherwise would be because we are now seen as easy targets for ransom money.

This is only the start, as the news gets around within the Jihadi grapevine that good money was paid in ransom for these Fijian troops, every other Fijian troop in the Golan and in Syria and in Iraq with the UNAMI are now at risk of also being taken hostage for ransom money.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Robin Nair for finding a use for our embassy over there -- i.e., paying ransoms.

Anonymous said...

Nice try by Aiyaz — work with his Muslim buddies to get Bainimarama to resign so that he can slip into place behind him. And perfect timing, too. Just before the elections for maximum effect. Of course he would also have needed to postpone the elections again . .

Anonymous said...

TIKOITOGA OR BAINIMARAMA AND AIYAZ WILL FLY OUT SOON TO RECEIVE THE RELEASED 45 COWARDS.

Bainimarama and Tikoitoga are known to have relaxed and campaign during the soldiers dying days as hostages.

But when it come to their release they will be the first to go out in force to receive them

TYPICAL FRANK...TAKE CREDIT ONLY!!

Only if these 45 know that Bainimarama was campaigning while they were dying. Hope the army have waken up from their death bed now.

Anonymous said...

Still remember Aiyaz dancing around Suva with his FijiFirst campaign shopping bag the day after the soldiers were captured.

These picture should be shown to the 45 cowards after their release.

Just a word of advice to the army at Nabua. Tikoitoga wont tell you the deal of their release would include beheading for the next person that gets captured. So beware and stay away from Bainimaram and Tikoitoga. They are Satanic.

Anonymous said...

Not even thanking the UN negotiating team.

Tikoitoga said Fiji's friendships it had built through peacekeeping over the years had contributed to the positive outcome.

Get a real job Tikoitoga!

http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/1.615012

Anonymous said...

Right, brilliant play by ASK. And who's to say he isn't also geting a piece of the ransom, paid on the back-end?

All Hail Bainimarama said...

You gunts jump to too many conclusions. We might not have paid very much. FFP was going to win the election anyway. No-one can put a dollar value on our PM's leadership. And on the soldiers.

Anonymous said...

Its not confirmed.

And it cannot possibly happen within the next few days because there is now a three way battle going on over there in the Golan.

ISIS has entered the ring as well.

It is a tag team WWF championship.

ISIS versus Syrian ARMY

Syrian Army verses al Nusra

al Nusra versus ISIS

ISIS and al Nusra versus Syria

They are all shooting in two different directions at once and once in a while they lob something over the fence at the Hebrews who lob something back.

Anonymous said...

The money will have to be paid to a contact in the UAE who will then contact somebody possibly in Jordan or Lebanon who will then contact somebody in Syria who will then contact somebody in the Golan who will then contact the guys holding the fellas in the Golan.

Its kinda a like a chain letter thing. If there is a break in the chain the letter does not arrive.

Anonymous said...

All Hail Bainimarama, you're right. No one can put a dollar value on Frank's leadership. No one can calculate how much he damage he's already done to Fiji.

Anonymous said...


Cewa Succeed‎Sodelpa National Youth Council Forum
September 7 at 9:30pm ·

HOT FRESH NEWS....GEORGE SPEIGHT RUSHED TO HOSPITAL.
Former coup leader George Speight is being admitted to the Suva Private Hospital.
This was after a visit was made to him in his prison cell from Mr Bainimarama. Mr Speight in that meeting reportedly tormented Bainimarama and said that he'll (Bainimarama) be in the same cell as he (Speight) is now after the election. Bainimarama is suspected to deploy several Men to beat Speight up which ensued to him being hospitalised....He still has the authorities by it's neck and yet election is just a few days away.

CALL ON C 4.5 ADMIN TO PUBLISH THIS NEWS SO THAT THE PUBLIC COME TO THEIR SENSES THAT THE THUG CANNOT TAKE THE HEAT OF OPPOSITION

HE RETALIATES IN A CRUDE WAY WHEN HE IS SHAMED!!

THE END IS NIGH said...

IF and a very BIG IF, they are being released, its not because of ransom patd or any two bit ambassador or Fiji representative's negotiations. ITS BECAUSE THE NUSRA FELLOWS wanted the UN out of the way to avoid losing more of their combatants while they take over the entry point into ISRAEL. They have achieved that, fed and kept the grog doped idiots and are now being released .ITS NOT BECAUSE OF ANYTHING ELSE AND THATS ONLY IF THEY ARE BEING RELEASED !!!
NOT SOME SUNNI CONSPIRACY TO FREE THEM, NOT UN ,NOT NAIVALURUA,TIKOITOGA, BAINIMARAMA HEROICS TO END THIS CRISIS.
THIS NEW FIJI FIRST CHOR PARTY IS HEADING FOR A DOWNFALL, I HAVE HEARD FROM THE INNER CIRCLE IN NABUA THAT THEY WILL NO LONGER PROTECT OR DEFEND THIS LOT AFTER ELECTIONS WHEN THEY LOSE.THIS MY DEAREST CITIZENS OF FIJI IS A REAL PROPHECY,FROM NABUA AND NOT NOSTRADAMUS !!!!

Anonymous said...

A group of 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers being held hostage in Syria are nearing release, the Fiji government says.

The peacekeeping troops were taken hostage in the Golan Heights two weeks ago by Al Qaeda-linked group Nusra Front.

"Fijian troops will soon be released," the Fiji ministry of information said in a one-line statement on its official Facebook page.

"More details to follow."

According to Fijian media reports, Fiji's military commander, Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga, said Nusra Front had dropped all three demands they had initially given to the United Nations.

The militants had insisted they be taken off the UN's terrorist list.

They were also demanding humanitarian assistance and compensation for some of its members killed in fighting.

A spokeswoman for Fiji's ministry of information said negotiations are continuing and it is not yet known when the troops will be released.

But the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation is reporting the group will be freed sometime this week.

It is not known where the peacekeepers are being held but there are believed to be in good health.

JUDGE FOR YOURSELF IF THIS REPORT IS TRUE...Anything coming out of the Fiji Media or the mouth of this Military Poof should be tested with truth..The truth is Fijian Soldiers are in deeeeeep shit until all of Al Nusras demands are met..End of Story!

Anonymous said...

And with a slice from the pie to every middleman.

Anonymous said...

Sounds to me like a giant pay-off by the regime to terrorists just to try to keep this story off of Page One until after the elections.

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Anonymous said...

We know why the regime didn't want to discuss the resignation demand. Now it won't want to discuss the ransom, either.

Anonymous said...

FFP leader used to serve with my commander. He's such a good guy and makes a very good PM. When my commander helped him carry out the coup, he was very happy and over the moon. They were such a happy couple. By the way, I'm a patriot and don't condone treason. Vote Frank Bainimarama Driti.

Anonymous said...

BREAKING NEWS

Passengers travelling to work today along Edinburgh Drive were horrified to see the remains of a squashed dog at the roadside.

The dog had been seen urinating against the wheel of a car that was showing a SODELPA bumper sticker earlier that morning.

Investigations along with rumour allege that the dog was subsequently followed by staunch supporters of the party, deliberately run over in retaliation for it's act of disrespect and left as a reminder to others that had similar ideas.

Anonymous said...

Speight is not admitted at the Private Hospital. That is untrue.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:29pm Report confirmed. The Dog that was squashed had the Fiji First Sticker Cover on its backside like the Taxis. Only the sticker was what remained of the Dog.

Anonymous said...

Hey, Bainimarama. I saved your life today. Yeah, I killed a shit-eating dog on Edinburgh Drive.

Bwahhh Bainimarama said...

Funny about the so-called troops released story. No one reporting it only MINFO and now it looks like Fiji Village and other media have gone back to reporting 'negotiations are continuing.'

Looks like more desperation from illegal govt - days out from the election.

Anonymous said...

SRI LANKAN JUSTICE IN Fiji;

32 Year Old sexually molests 13 year Old - 12 Months in Prison. Abuse of Office - 5-6 Years with no parole.

Anonymous said...

If I could turn the page
In time then I'd rearrange just a day or two
Close my, close my, close my eyes
But I couldn't find a way
So I'll settle for one day to believe in you
Tell me, tell me, tell me lies
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies
(Tell me lies, tell me, tell me lies)
Oh, no, no you can't disguise
(You can't disguise, no you can't disguise)
Tell me lies
Tell me sweet little lies

Anonymous said...

al Nusra not happy.

Release confirmed by Fiji in international media even before deal has been confirmed by al Nusra.

With elections 7 days away all these sweet little lies will only result in broken hearts.

Anonymous said...

Syrian rebels to release Fiji UN soldiers
Updated at 11:41 am today
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Fiji's military commander Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga says 45 Fijian soldiers held by a Syrian rebel group should be released sometime this week.
The Fiji government says the release of the peacekeepers, who were seized by the rebels in the Golan Heights two weeks ago, will be unconditional with all demands dropped.
Fiji Live reports Brigadier General Tikoitoga as saying this comes as a result of friendship Fiji has built over the years through its peacekeeping duties which has not gone unnoticed by the Syrian people.
The website reports Fiji's ambassador at large, Iowane Naivalurua, is in New York helping with the negotiations and three more senior Fijian army personnel led by Land Force Commander Lieutenant-Colonel Jone Kalouniwai departed today for Syria.

Anonymous said...

BBC NEWS

FIJI'S MIXED MESSAGES

Fiji's military says 45 UN peacekeepers captured in Syria's Golan Heights in August will be released this week "without preconditions".

The troops were seized by rebels from the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front.

Brig Gen Mosese Tikoitoga said that Fiji had been informed of the imminent release of its soldiers by the UN headquarters in New York.

But a government spokesman in the Fijian capital Suva denied the reports and said negotiations were continuing.

"I don't think so... someone has misinterpreted," Dan Gavidi told the Agence France-Presse news agency when asked about the reports from New York.

In his earlier statement, Gen Tikoitoga did not give further details of the expected release date or location.

He said that Fiji's actions in the Golan Heights over the years "had not gone unnoticed by the Syrian people" and had helped contribute to the outcome.

Anonymous said...

Yeap.....the RELEASE.....and the timing would be just right.

Great job...and all credit will go to Bainimarama and Khaiyum.

Come on guys.....we have a election going on here.....this PR stunt..who are they fooling.

OMG said...

ANGRY FILIPINO MAYOR LASH OUT...

Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte lashed out at United Nation Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) commander Lt. Gen. Singh Singha over the issue involving the standoff between Syrian rebels and Filipino peacekeepers in Golan Heights.
Violent reaction
In his weekly television program, Duterte said Singha should be shot in the head for calling Filipino troops "cowards" after they defied an alleged order to surrender to the Syrian rebels during a standoff last August 28.
"I am offended. Kapag nakita n'yo yung UN general barilin n'yo sa ulo. Sabihin nyo request ni Mayor Duterte," the mayor said.
Duterte also added, "Filipino soldiers are not obliged to kill for any country except your own."
The Golan Heights incident
Singha is the force commander of the Filipino UNDOF troops who decided to craft a dangerous escape out of position 68 in the Golan Heights.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) said this was an order given after the Filipinos were engaged by the rebels in a seven-hour firefight, significantly depleting their supply of ammunition.
Singha: Filipino troops did an 'act of cowardice'
In an interview with the publication India Today, Singha accused the Filipino troops of being unprofessional for breaking the chain of command.
Singha also implied that it was the Filipinos who aggravated the situation in the Golan Heights.
"The non-professional actions of the Filipino troops have endangered the lives of the Fijian soldiers. They have defied orders at a time when we had negotiated a ceasefire with the rebels to ensure that all troops in the conflict area could exit," said Singha, as quoted by India Today.

Anonymous said...

@ 2.21pm

ABSOLUTELY! ELECTIONS AROUND THE CORNER - FF AND MILITARY NEED TO WORK HARDER AT LYING! ITS WHAT THEY ARE GOOD AT!

FF AND MILITARY WILL TRY AT ANYTHING AND IF INDEED THEY ARE FOOLING THE NATION, ITS NOT A VERY NICE THING TO DO AT ALL.

DO THEY CONSIDER THE FEELINGS OF THE FAMILIES BACK HOME WHO HAVE LOVED ONES TRAPPED IN THE GOLAN HEIGHTS???

Anonymous said...

Vinaka DISCOMBUBU for this and I quote

"These 45 men and the value of their lives are going to affect our country in more ways than we know right now.

The fate of these men is going to be more important than free electricity, free milk, free sewing machines and free rubbish bins that that the dictators of our nation are trying to bribe voters with.

Time for us to reclaim our country and wrest our free will and our birthright back from egomaniacal dictators.

Time to love each other again and time to spread joy and humanity and happpiness amongst our neighbours torn apart by mistrust and sadness, voilence and fear for the last 8 years."

Anonymous said...

Thickheadtoiga is seriously dumb dumb dumb.

He should learn to keep his mouth shut. He is an embarrassment to all soldiers past and present. He will be remembered. It was on his watch that our soldiers faced the worst crisis in the last 50 years.

Anonymous said...

Speight: NAI LAKOLAKO QO OIKO NA QAI MAI TINIA. KEIMAMI SA NA QAI YANI IKO SA MAI VAKATAWA IKE

Anonymous said...

Real Jack - what's up old sport? Jumped the fence again?

BTW 3k in 8 minutes would put RFMF up there with Olympic class middle distance runners. I take it you meant 2k in 8 minutes, especially as you had the boys stopping at SGS

V said...

Sa keimami tu vakawawa oqo na supporters ni FFP me veivuke vei ira na sotia laki veitaqomaki e Syria,io,free,kua ni saumi keimami,keimami veiqaravi free.Tukuna vei ira na Al Surua oqori me ra sere mai na vesu tiko qori de keimaimi laki veisereki mai vakauwawa,FFP style.Sa matata tiko vei ira na Al Surua na neitou vakavakarau ka sa rogo mai oqo na nodra sere na 45,a cava tale, lamu ka tiko vei iko Al Surua.Isa au se brea niu vacuka edua na yabaki oqo ,yabaki sa oti talega,ni dua ena lauvacu e na dela ni nuku, vo ga na na meca ka dau vo.

Anonymous said...

@ V...ulukau...

Anonymous said...

Notice no one else in the world gives a shit about 45 Fijian Soldiers captured by Al Nusra. Notice how 50% of the population of Fiji don't give a shit about the 45 captured soldiers with some calling for them to be beheaded. Notice how Frank and the Military are misleading people about the release of the soldiers when UN and other organisations are not confirming these claims. Notice how Frank and Tikoitonga are oblivious to the situation and right now...have no idea what to do. Notice how the person who responded to this blog realises he is an idiot.

Anonymous said...

Pino says...Fiji the planet of the apes. Ruled by Fijian and Indian niggars. All black and all niggars like apes, leave them to their device and they screech and howl. Grow some spine you niggars and never surrendered. You embarrass us pinos...That Singa must be niggar from Fiji as well...Indian niggar like the Fijian niggar, spineless....cowards.

Anonymous said...



Anonymous 5:10pm is Graham Davies.



Anonymous said...

First, they torture the peoples physically. ..now, they torture them mentally. The fk hell wrong with these people?

Anonymous said...

@ V...boci...surrender qai via yalo kaukauwa jiko..waraka sebera jiko niratou sere mai...ni sega niratou sera se so vei ira vakamatei mai keya, qai lako me keimami rogoca wilika mada e dua na yalo qaqa e boi mai nona botani tarausese....na ka ko vakarautaka ena vakarautaki vei iko...galu mada lai teya e vica na vuni jaina...drau sa vakarau vaka cicivaki kei na kemu o Voreqe...vaka nona dro na 1 Nov 2000....na da sa boi mai gusumu

Anonymous said...

Michael Field, Journalist/Reporter NZ reports

"Fiji military officials have suddenly backtracked after saying their captured soldiers were about to be freed from captivity in rebel-held Syria.

The military regime-controlled Ministry of Information said this morning the rebel group al Nusra had agreed to release the 45 Fiji soldiers who have been held at an unknown location for 13 days.

The soldiers, part of a United Nations border monitoring force on the Golan Heights on the Syria-Israel border, surrendered to al Nusra while fellow Filipino soldiers fought their way to freedom.

The Fiji statement quoted military head General Mosese Tikoitoga saying that he had received word from the UN that the men would be released unconditionally.

But the ministry has deleted its Facebook posting and replaced it with one quoting a so-called "ambassador at large", General Ioane Naivalurua which said only that negotiations were continuing.

Naivalurua is in New York and said talks were continuing in the Golan region.

The new statement also quoted Tikoitoga as saying only that they were "actively working on the safe release of the Fijian troops".

The New York Times quoted Stephane Dujarric, a spokesman for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, saying he had no information about the Fijian Government's assertion.

"Nothing new to report," he said.

Al Nusra, the Syrian affiliate of al Qaeda, captured the peacekeepers on August 28.

Anonymous said...

Another gimmick to boost the false political image of FFP. It is sad that the hopes of the relatives and loved ones was elevated when the first news came only to be snatched away when that particular news was refuted from New York.

It's pathetic the way we are being led into false hopes by lies bombarded upon us by these illegal leaders.

KUA NI RERE said...

Its just CRUEL.
Very Cruel.
What Tikoitoga and Bainimarama and Aiyaz doing to the relatives of these soldiers is very cruel.

Getting their hopes high then shattering them.

Even I'm beginning to develop a headache trying to follow what these arsehole leaders are saying.

I think may be Tikoitoga should stop talking for a few weeks, because this is getting farking ridiculous.

BAINIMARAMA SHOULD RESIGN.
HE IS A FARKING BAD NEWS TO THIS COUNTRY.

I GUESS HE'S NOT GOING TO RESIGN, SO AGAIN I'M ASKING YOU SOLDIERS TO ARREST THIS CRIMINAL MACAFAKA & HIS BOSS KAIYUM.

OR ARE YOU SOLDIERS LAMU TOO!

YOU GOT THE FARKING GUN SO GO AND ARREST HIM!

Karan said...

Ashwin Raj the NUT: Read more abot the NUT https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1484477918468866&set=a.1483905595192765.1073741828.100007200167258&type=1&permPage=1

Simon Says...HANDS UP, PANTS DOWN said...

THERE MAY BE A COUP BREWING IN DELAINABUA.....MID LEVEL MAJORS AND CAPTAINS ARE FUMING ABOUT KING AIYAZ....KEEP YOU POSTED

Anonymous said...

There was a Sergeant who did run against an Olympic runner up at QEB in the late 80's.

He used to be a prop for the Army team.

Its well known up at QEB. He ran with his boots and the Olympian ran with canvas.

He was a Staff Sergeant.

Matter of fact the Fijian sevens team of the late 80's and early 90's (Serevi & Co) had a trainer who was a ex Sergent in the RFMF - he outran them all during training. He is a 6ft 6 inch RFMF Sergeant who has now retired.

1.5 k in 4 mins is hardly Olympic pace.

Anonymous said...

By the way that 6ft 6 inch RFMF Sergeant who trained the Nabua team was in his 40's by then and was doing security work as Head of Security for Morris Hedstrom in Suva.

He was in charge of the physical for Serevi and Tom Cama and Nadruku and all those guys. He went on runs with them and dictated the pace.

Anonymous said...

That Sergeant who ran the Olympic runner has passed away a few years back. Awesome physical specimen.

His elder brother was a Para in the British Army.

Anonymous said...

Reliable sources that one of the wife of the captured soldier has ran away with an Officer from the FMF. There was a suspected affair between the two but now they are living together. Not good aye!!

Anonymous said...

BBC News reports that: Fiji's statements may have jeopardized UN negotiations. The UN does not comment on sensitive negotiations until they have been resolved.

Once again Tikoitoga...so eager to jump on the bandwagon opens his mouth yet again. Pls give it a rest. Every statement you have put out so far continues to make you and the FMF look completely idiotic. Enough already!

Anonymous said...

And by the way before Usain Bolt there was a 6ft 6 inch runner from the RFMF weighing 120 kgs called Mesake Rasari who ran around the All Black Winger and fullback in Hong Kong in a coast to coast sprint.

They on defence he on attack.

And he ran around them. In other words they took the short distance on his inside pushing him out and he took the longer distance being the circumfrance of the circle and he still beat them for speed.

nayacakalou said...

E sa oti na gauna ni vosavosa,e sa gauna ni yavala,sega ni rawa meda waraka tiko me druka e na veidigidigi,se nona gauna na Kalou.Na vuravura oqo ke o via qasenivuli se vuniwai se lawyer,me caka na vuli lesoni vakakaukauwa qai rawa,e vakacakacaka.E vakaraitaka o Bainimarama ni via coup e lawaki,butako laba,veivakasaurarataki,veivakatotogani,veika kece e sega ni vakarautaka rawa e dua na tamata e vakarautaka.Ia oqo sa baci viarawata.Ia oqo e sa baci via wini me Prime Minister,ena na cakava na ka kece ga e rawa ni cakava me wini,sa kenai balebale ni na baci waraka tiko nona gauna na Kalou.Meu na tukuna vei kemuni na wekaqu,ke a tamata na Kalou sa mate o Bainimarama kei Aiarsea,sa oca tale madaga na Kalou na vakaraica na nomuni vakaloloma.E na gauna oqo mo ni tucaked ka taubale e loma ni City ko Suva kei Lautoka,era sa vakaraitaka tu na nodra sega ni rawa ni vana na yavu tamata kaisi kara vakaloloma taki kemuni tiko.E sa gauna moni yavala kina,ni kailavaka vei ira na tauri dakai tuna vei vosa lelevu mera madua,era na vaqara ga na vanua mera vuni kina ena levu ni n0dra madua.

peace perfect peace said...

If it hadn't before, the world now knows without a shred of doubt that...

"Something is rotten in the state of Denmark."
~ Hamlet (1601) act 1, sc.4


From the BBC:"Syria conflict: Fiji's mixed messages over UN peacekeepers.

The troops were seized by rebels from the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front.

Brig Gen Mosese Tikoitoga said that Fiji had been informed of the imminent release of its soldiers by the UN headquarters in New York.

But a government spokesman in the Fijian capital Suva denied the reports and said negotiations were continuing.

"I don't think so... someone has misinterpreted," Dan Gavidi told the Agence France-Presse news agency when asked about the reports from New York.

In his earlier statement, Gen Tikoitoga did not give further details of the expected release date or location.

He said that Fiji's actions in the Golan Heights over the years "had not gone unnoticed by the Syrian people" and had helped contribute to the outcome.

Asked about the reports of a breakthrough, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said he had "nothing new to report on the Fijians", AFP said."

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-29137562

Anonymous said...

@Nayacakalou

I think you've got it wrong.

Its RFMF soldiers who are held hostage in the Golan, not the country.

If there's anyone who is a hostage here its the RFMF soldiers.

Sega na betena na yavala se vakacaca.

Daumaka cake na sasaga taka na vinaka. Vosa vakadodonu. Tukuna na dina. Qaravi tavi ena yalo dina.

Anonymous said...

9.18 -and so they should be running at that rate-for the amount they're paid!

Anonymous said...

Richie MacCaw does the 3k in 10.5 mins. That's the All Black flanker

The AB's have a standard of 9 to 12 min for the 3k

Anything above 12 mins is a fail.

But they are conditioned for rugby, and carrying heavier body mass.

So what's the matter Coup Four Point Five ? Are you deleting this one too now ?

Still don't believe that 8m on that 3km is the standard Meridian test time ?

Anonymous said...

And Meridians had to run it in Military issue Boots and military pants, with military issue T shirt

Not the fancy sports gear

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