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Friday, October 17, 2014

Nawaikula fights back on 'out of context coup threat'


"Bainimarama must understand he is now a Prime Minister, not a Dictator with a mandate to govern, he must exercise his powers with humility, respect and accountability"


Nawaikula: Bainimarama is fear mongering
Quick and sharp response today from Opposition member, Niko Nawaikula, after Frank Bainimarama accused him of threatening to carry out a coup.

Bainimarama was quoted in the Fiji Sun as saying Naiwaikula had threatened in his maiden speech that if the Constitution was not amended it would be Parliament's invitation to another coup.

In a veiled threat, he went on to say government, RFMF and police were working in unison and would stop any attempted coup.

Nawaikula
 was quick to front the claims and the 'alleged threats against him' saying he had said nothing of the sort.

".... Prime Minister Bainimarama and the Fiji Sun would do well to read the context in which I referred to coups in the Hansard - if they had, they would realize that their claims that I ‘threatened a coup‘ were not only baseless, but deliberately distorted to ‘sensationalize’ the issue for their own benefit of fear mongering."


Nawaikula said his reference to coups was in relation to his remarks on ‘True Democracy’ where he said, quote:

"True Democracy will only be achieved by a Constitution that contains the following essential elements:

1) It is the common will of the population;
2) It guarantees the rights of all citizens, and by that I mean, individual fundamental rights, indigenous group rights, minority rights, workers’ rights, women’s rights and all the other rights that are now established by UN Convention;
3) It provides within its mechanism a clear separation of powers; and
4) It must also provide within it a provision that guarantees accountability, transparency and good governance.

"I will be so bold as to say that the sooner we convene a commission to look into and extract from all previous Constitutional documents, the good they have in them, combining them all into one that we all agree with containing those essential elements, the better it will be for us.

"Not doing so will be an invitation for another coup because we have shown by the very way that we have been voting since 1987, that a coup is a legitimate way to change things. Unquote."

Nawaikula went to say : "This is clearly recorded in the Hansard records. Nowhere in that statement do I threaten a coup!"

He added: "The fact is, the Prime Minister and his side of the House and the 2013 Constitution are themselves the end product of the coups I referred to as the way we have been changing our political direction since 1987.This is a fact. Plain and simple.

"By threatening me as he did, the Prime Minister himself is mocking the 2013 Constitution because he shows no respect or regard for my freedom of speech, expression and publication as stated in the Bill of Rights Sec 17, and my freedom of conscience and belief as stated in Sec 22.


"The Honourable Bainimarama must understand that he is now a Prime Minister, not a Dictator with a mandate to govern, he must exercise his powers with humility, respect and accountability and that includes allowing others to freely express their view and he must protect their right to do so."

106 comments:

  1. The "Honourable Bainimarama" is anything but. He is a thug pretending to a democratic PM. Threatening is the modus operandi of the dictato. Bainimarama is still the dictator of fij and the military and the police are simply following his orders. and the Fiji Sun as usual applauds everything the dictator says or does.

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  2. THE Nabukavesi Rugby Club from Wainadoi is seeking help to revive its union which was abandoned years ago.

    Now part of the Namosi Rugby Union, the club has been without a proper training ground after works on it was left incomplete more than a decade ago.

    Club president Leone Rokowai said they had a bunch of talented players but lacked the basic training facility to develop their rugby skills.

    He said they also wanted to revive the union.

    "The ground that we used to train on was supposed to be upgraded by the past government but they just did the foundation work and left the project incomplete," Rokowai said.

    "Now there is only grass on it and left for the cattle to graze. We can't use that ground because it is not safe.

    "We train on a field beside our main ground. Our new training field is not suitable but we don't have any choice."

    Rokowai said they had 60 players registered with the club.

    Fiji, summed up.

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  3. Where will Fiji be in five years time, ten years time, 29 years time as this dictatorship embeds itself in legitimacy?

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  4. Niko best watch his back otherwise he'll be another Josefa Bilitaki. Thugs don't like being told what to do or being shown up. This guy is one of the worst thugs out ever.

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  5. Awesome ...love this article.....great stuff

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  6. Nawaikula and Karavaki should go bang each other.

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  7. The Honourable Bainimarama understands only one thing: His way or fuck off. So don't get fooled by all the TALK about being back to parliamentary democracy.

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  8. It is not Bainimara it is Niko and Karavki's fault. Spewing racism, inciting people and making threats of another coup. If he said this in NZ or Australian parliament the media would have taken him to task, the public would have roasted him and
    the leader of opposition and the party would have put them on notice. Both are lawyers with nationalistic thinking. Both should understand that public on large don't like racial politicians. On the other hand politicians who made Fiji proud have been Ro Kepa, Biman Chand, Pio T and Minister of Health and Minister of Agriculture. Some SODELPA and NFP MPS are very promising. If SODELPA overcomes its nationalistic narrow image they will be the next government with NFP.

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    1. What's racist in this? You are the sort of people that twisted the context of truth. Smoothing and covering the real culprit. This is what politics is all about. Don't know which part of NZ you come from.

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    2. What if this happened in NZ or Australia;
      * Military Commander takes over elected Govt. yhen High Court judging Takeover illegal
      * Military beat and kill citizens
      * Military busts its budget by 45m
      * PM sends military to beat up citizens

      Spare us the 'if this were in NZ or Oz' Kamlesh because thats lame. This Fiji, run by thug and thief under the disguise of an election. Dont sweat it....Things have just begun.

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  9. Kamlesh Kumar - what is wrong with having nationalistic thinking. At least they are man enough to say it in public rather than hiding behind a decree. Indra Gandhi was a nationalist who fought for India's independence.So what is wrong with that? This is freedom of speech. Besides - if there is any incitement in his speech, then let the law deal with him.

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  10. Editor,
    People following Fiji's transition from dictatorship to democracy should read Tim Lindsy's article ' Indonesia's transition to democracy under threat as new president is sworn in' ( Sydney Morning Herald 17/10).
    A country that transitions from dictatorship to democracy is always vulnerable and under threat of relapse. A country with a coup culture is in double trouble in this regard.
    This is why it has been said 'Eternal vigilance is the price of democracy'(see Jayaprakash Narayan's article in The Tribune on the 25 th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Emergency in India.
    http://www.tribuneindia.com/2000/2000018/edit.htm#1
    ... As the 16 th Festival of Democracy commences ... we reminisce about how the then Congress Government converted India's vibrant democracy into a dynastic dictatorship.
    The article captures the struggle between democracy and dictatorship . "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it". let us not be so condemned.
    Niko has a right to express his views freely.We don't have to agree with what he says. That is the meaning and essence of democracy.

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  11. Striker,

    To achieve ones nationalistic achievement at the expense of another ethnic group is cowardly. It seems SODELPA has determined that any kind of equality to all citizen is anti democracy and anti I-Taukei.
    Furthermore hiding behind democracy, Christianity and nationalism to achieve its racist policy is no longer accepted by majority as the election results indicates.

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  12. Kamlesh Kumar at 12.11. People outside of Fiji are not so gullible to believe the 'racist' crap you and Bainimarama are peddling. They are more enlightened about indigenous rights, sovereignty etc. New Zealand (and Australia is starting to now) has come through its own similar turmoil and will know better. You will find out one day that Bainimarama has been there for himself all along.

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  13. the election result shows one thing : the Bainimarama regime's success at suppressing the democratic opposition in Fiji and bulldozing its agenda with its propaganda. There was no level playing field in that election . It was like the Cathedral Secondary School ground - titled. The whole election rigmarole was titled in favour of the Bainimarama gang. Only the politically stupid think the election was "free and fair" or they have a vested interest in peddling that line.

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  14. Niko not even good enough for shadow AG, even idiot like Kepa can see that.

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  15. I'm an FFP supporter but I think our Prime Minister is making some basic mistakes here.
    I did not read any threat of a coup by what Niko said.
    I think PM should have an adviser. Sometimes its hard to go from dictator to now you suddenly have to consider others views. That's very hard sometimes.
    I'm worried that PM might be having some mental health issues.
    Vinaka.

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  16. Bainimarama is like a cockroach that feeds of all shits that fell from the toilet.

    The question is:

    WHY IS BAINIMARAMA TAKING THINGS INTO HIS OWN HANDS?

    Does he thinks he owns the world and owns Fiiji and owns its people and owns it parliament and everything else in the country.

    He is funny culprit for not letting people even parliamentarian to express themselves.

    What is there to hide and if there is none then what makes him think he should be referee in all issues.

    There isn't anything wrong with what Niko says but it seems Bainimarama has twisted everything to suite himself.

    Have a life Bai, relax and have a panadol.

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  17. Bainimarama ovviously has very poor English comprehension. He is after all a school dropout. He should go to a remedial school to improve his English comprehension.
    And take some other extra lessons to improve his ability to think rationally. He thinks like a cranky dictator instead of the country's democratic prime minister.

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  18. Bai is micro managing everything becos he is paranoid and doesn't trust anyone, not even his own shadow. He is a tormented man. The poor sod.

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  19. Who taught him to speak da England, blerry no school

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  20. During a church service at Nadi Nair Dais opposite the Market , the speaker was blurting out loud at 11 am Sat 18.Oct , that he received an email from Ministry of Health , about ISIS jihadi beheading Christians.
    So much about Civil Service being up to par or they use Govt machinery for spreading Social Hatred.Every Govt department staff on Facebook n social media should Be monitored and watched.

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  21. Nawaikula escaped the wrath of the military in 2000 and laid low. Now he appears to think that he hadn't been watched. Your time has come you rebel from parliament in 2000. We will get to you.

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  22. If anything happens to Niko Nawaikula we will know who the perpetrators will be.

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  23. @ Anonymouse at 7:08pm

    Yes, we know. Niko wud have fu*ked himself

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  24. Vinaka Nawaikula...sa oti na dictatorship..oqori na rara ni vosa vakadodonu ka taroga na ka era via taroga,se vinakata na lewe ni vanua ka digitaki iko.Bainimarama has to be very careful where he open's his mouth,as he can accuse him in his speach in Parliament,and if outside Parliament through Fiji Sun,than Nawaikula have evidence,so,see you in Court.Bainimarama needs to understand what democracy is.

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  25. Fight is like a sewer soft drink for Bainimarama and company.

    This country sinks deeper into the sewer gutter where large sewer rats supporters and big sewer alligator Bainimarama shares their favorite soft drink - to fight.

    Without a daily dose of sewer drink they don't feel normal. That's the fact.

    Lets stand back and watch them drink from Niko's case. It's in their vein to fight as it normalizes them and quench their thirst. Worst is all can smell their fart from the other side of the world. They now have nothing else good left in their tank but to defend their unlawful act of drinking heavily including treason.

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  26. Nikos speech was recorded nd 300,000 fijians heard him now he is changing his statement like a dog may be scared prime minister .....he shud be taken to barrack nd cassava stick poked in his ass so that he nows its not magichinana qarase lead goverment wea u can mke ny fucked statmnt .......

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  27. @Anon 8:13....your statement is as bad as Bainimarama...meaning less...may be a pig would understand.

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  29. Niko's a lawyer and must've thought through what he was going to say. He might've pushed a few buttons but if he says he didn't threaten a coup, I would believe him someone who has been lying and stealing for the past eight years.

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  30. Go Niko. "Be Strong and courageous." Bainimarama's time is coming to an end. His dictatorship is crumbling. Continue to say the Truth. "The one who is with you is mightier than the one of this world." We are praying for you and all the Opposition to stand strong for all the majority of people who are not deceived by Bainimarama's lies not bought by his bribes.
    The TRUTH will defeat lies.

    "The Lord Bless you and Keep you! The Lord makes His face to shine upon and be gracious to you. The Lord lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace."

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  31. Go Niko. "Be Strong and courageous." Bainimarama's time is coming to an end. His dictatorship is crumbling. Continue to say the Truth. "The one who is with you is mightier than the one of this world." We are praying for you and all the Opposition to stand strong for all the majority of people who are not deceived by Bainimarama's lies not bought by his bribes.
    The TRUTH will defeat lies.

    "The Lord Bless you and Keep you! The Lord makes His face to shine upon and be gracious to you. The Lord lift up His countenance upon you and give you peace."

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  32. If we count the first 50 candidates by their votes it would have resulted in Sodepa 24, FF 21, NFP 2, PDP 2 and OF 1.

    The election is a fraud.

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  33. İn. Facebook

    Saw a lazi failed sodelpa cadidate sliping durring parliment sitting ....wonder wat they could TVE dne to nation if they wea in power......muy be like pone of ratu said earlier khana nikawa raica mataka style going......hahahahahaha

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  34. I'm not FFP supporter, but I'd rather have ASK as PM than this idiot FB

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  35. Saw Voreqe during their maiden speech to be trying to get Mr Koya's attention after he delivered his speech only to give him a thumps up. His ineptness makes him a laughing stock locally and internationally.
    Also Saw Madam speaker trying to buckle her shoes or what while still addressing the house for adjournment for lunch.
    It's very unprofessional, what a disgrace to the people who look up to them.

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  36. I am not a FFP supporter and I am not a supporter of any political party. I am a supporter of the truth and what is right. As far as I am concerned neither Frank Bainimarama nor Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum are fit people to be Prime Minister of Fiji.
    They are dishonest and dishonourable people who have risen to power through deceit and armed thuggery.
    People like that should be in jail. Not in government.

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  37. Anonymous: October 18, 2014 at 6:37 PM and October 18, 2014 at 7:27 PM

    Au kerei iko sara vakabibi mo nanuma tiko ni Palimedi e vanua ni vosa ga kina vakadodonu ka dau veivakasalataki vakadodonu talega ka sega ga ni vanua ni veilasutaki se vosa yalayala lasulasu. Ko sa laki via kauta sara vakatani na matata ni vakamacala nei Niko Nawaikula ka me qarauna tiko ni laki moku vakamatei kina keba mevaka e caka vei iratou na CRW ena lewa nei Bainimarama na noda PM digitaki mai na 90% na Kai Idia 20% na Kai Viti.

    Na Palimedi e VANUA GA NI VEIVOSATAKI VAKAPOLITIKI, VAKAVANUA, VAKALOTU & VAKA- KAWATAMATA me basika kina na veika VINAKA KEI NA BULA SAUTU NI NODA VANUA. E SEGA NI VANUA NI VEIVAKAMATEI KO CAVUTA TIKO MAI OQORI. Na nomu vosa oqori me daru qai mai qilia vinaka e ga tautuba ni Palimedi ka ni sega kina na Speaker ko Jiko Luveni, Ovisa se Sotia me yacova ni sa vuso mai na gusudaru ruarua.

    Rogoci au sara vakadodonu noqu tagane, ni 80% na Kai Viti era digitaki Niko Nawaikula kei ira kece na OPOSITION PARTY kina Palimedi ,mera laki tukuna vakadodonu vei Bainimarma kei na nona matanitu na lomadra me baleta na veika e baleti ira, nodra qele, qoliqoli kei na yaubula. Sega ni vaka-kuwaitaki kina eke ko ira na lewe ni noda mataivalu se ovisa ko ira nai Kai Viti era lewe ni Mata ki na Palimedi ko a digitaka vata kei ira 90% na Kai Idia kei ira na Kai Tani.

    Taura ga na nomu vosa ka sosomaka cake sara vakamalua mai ra me yaco sara ki gusumu. Nanuma tiko nida tagane taucoko. Kakua ni waqaca na buka ni ca kevaka ko sega ni rawa ni bokoca.

    Sorovi ira ka saravi ira talega na noda Mata ki na Palimedi mera veiceburaki vakapolitiki ga vakataki ira ka me qai macala sara kina na ko, "DINA KEI NA LASU". Kedaru me nodaru cakacaka tikoga na vakasausau tiko ka kijimi popi. Kakua na via veivacu se veivakamatei ko via cakava tiko mai oqori baleta ni na yaco sara kina na nodaru dui koro na leqa kei na mate vei ira ka ni ra sega ni kila kina edua na ka era vakavuna.

    Please leave the army alone to the capable Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga. He is not a fool or stupid and idiotic like you and I.
    Allow the Prime Minister Bainimarama and his Government of the day to retaliate with political punches and kicking etc. the Opposition Party to the worse but we as Fijian friends in political enemies just watch our political team playing. Win or Lose we are still friends.

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  38. editor,
    We learn from Warwick Sprawson's letter 'Influenced by donations?' (The Age 19/10) that the mob currently in power in Australia received more than $1 million in donations from the energy and mining mob to " bankroll its election campaign".
    Is it any wonder then that the Abbot Government has such anti-climate change and pro-mining policies?
    This is the same mob in power that dispatched one of its own to oversee the recent Fiji elections.
    The outcome should be predictable enough, shouldn't it?
    sincerely,
    rajend naidu
    sydney

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  39. Congratulations to the Leader of Opposition for appointing Mick Beddoes to be the manager of the Opposition office. His experience, intellect and his courage to stand up for democracy should add ammunition to the Opposition.
    Mr Beddoes is an excellent choice.

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  40. @Anonymous 9:34 AM

    Fully agree, Mickey Mouse needs to be kept tabs on and the best way to do that is to have him working as SODELPAS office boy.

    This way they can keep an eye on him and try and ensure he refrains from doing further damage to SODELPA.

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  41. Kamlesh Kumar, fuck off you racist gunt.

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  42. Ya truz this fat pig mickbeddoes was seen in mc donals eatg like as two dayz hungry pig........fit for kepas boy

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  43. Mr Nawaikula,do not go alone,as you have so many behind you.You are the Winston Peters of Fiji,get the New Zealand media to follow you.Bainimarama is shit scared,that he has been set up by Kaiyum.To have in mind that dictators do not give up,they hold on until they die,even old and stuck in a hole like Sadam Hussein.Taciqu,live up to the meaning of your surname...you are the chosen by the people,and it must be from GOD.

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  44. Good to see this site is still online. Good place to vend our fustrations with this government.

    Long live Coup4.5 or 5!!!

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  45. Frank suffered from some kind of mental trauma as a result of the whistling bullets and his frantic dash for his life during the CRW crisis that he caused in 2000. Ever since then, he has never been the same. He urgently and seriously needs medical help. This is not a good state since people have used him to advance their own interests at the expense of the nation. Imagine him becoming a pawn in the hands of mafia or triad type of people. Not to mention our own local brand of Fijian Mafia who have been blinded by power, greed and selfishness.

    It is so tragic and dangerous for us to continue to have him as the PM in that mental state. If we are really honest, we will admit that he has continued to deteriorate as a person, leader and professional. His words and actions consistently shows he is not OK and he desperately needs attention. He constantly contradicts himself, embarrasses himself and our nation and threatens people’s lives and well being. Voreqe is a liability to us as a nation and must be quarantined for his own good and for ours. Any delay on that front will only cause greater tragedies to people, families and the nation.

    Given the above, I humbly repeat my suggestion. That his FFP MPs facilitate Voreqe’s medical leave, isolation and professional care. The other option is for the Opposition to move a motion to the same effect asap. This is not an option, it is matter of national emergency, security and well being.

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  46. Frank suffered from some kind of mental trauma as a result of the whistling bullets and his frantic dash for his life during the CRW crisis that he caused in 2000. Ever since then, he has never been the same. He urgently and seriously needs medical help. This is not a good state since people have used him to advance their own interests at the expense of the nation. Imagine him becoming a pawn in the hands of mafia or triad type of people. Not to mention our own local brand of Fijian Mafia who have been blinded by power, greed and selfishness.

    It is so tragic and dangerous for us to continue to have him as the PM in that mental state. If we are really honest, we will admit that he has continued to deteriorate as a person, leader and professional. His words and actions consistently shows he is not OK and he desperately needs attention. He constantly contradicts himself, embarrasses himself and our nation and threatens people’s lives and well being. Voreqe is a liability to us as a nation and must be quarantined for his own good and for ours. Any delay on that front will only cause greater tragedies to people, families and the nation.

    Given the above, I humbly repeat my suggestion. That his FFP MPs facilitate Voreqe’s medical leave, isolation and professional care. The other option is for the Opposition to move a motion to the same effect asap. This is not an option, it is matter of national emergency, security and well being.


    October 19, 2014 at 12:23 PM

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  47. What is honourable about a man who conducts himself like a military thug and bully even after shedding his dictator's clothes to wear the democratically elected PM's attire ? All suited up - probably donation from Palas - but still a despotic skunk?

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  48. Editor,
    We read in the Bainimarama regime propaganda paper the Fiji Sun (18/10) one Raghwah Nand Sharma of Brisbane saying the Fijian Foreign Minister Ratu Inoke Kubuabola delivered a "powerful punch" when he stated Fiji will "never again permit" itself to be dependent or subservient.
    Was that a powerful punch or just plain posturing?
    Fiji is a peripheral state in the world capitalist system. It will always be a dependent state. Fiji is now more dependent on China. I wonder if Mr Sharma has noticed that?
    Only the politically naive will buy into the posturing and rhetoric delivered by Ratu Inoke Bubuabola.
    Students of international politics and development know better.
    I take it Mr Sharma is neither.

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  49. Any talk about the Constitution will be stomped on - BaiKhaiMo are not gott put up with anyone undoing what they worked so hard to put into place for these past eight years.

    Real freedom and democracy can only come via the gun or via the people's will via a vote of confidence against the govt.

    I would add an act of God but I think he abandoned the people of Fiji years ago after the people didn't stand up for themselves.

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  50. Paliment debate iz becoming intresting when.....failed sodelpa candidate cryz nd make threat statment , secoundly dey cant tke 2013 constitution which are mde by winners of 2014 party .....brain box people......

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  51. Mr Nawaikula is a lawyer therefore he knows what word/words to use to express his views whilst not being entirely honest about his true intentions. If his history like his support for the 2000 coup is anything to go by then his intentions are well and truly racist of the deepest yet in cognito mode.
    He blabs on about the Geneva Convention policy on indigenous rights and his type like so many on these blog as clearly seen on the comments of this particular piece take his speech as a prophecy because in their mind he shown up the PM and that's basically all they care about.
    The Geneva Convention policy on indigenous rights was drawn up to protect those who face extinction and those who are faced with unfair treatment based on absolutely no fault of their own for example the aborigines, the Amazon jungle tribes of Brazil, the Tibetans etc.
    The I taukei in Fiji do not fall under those category in any way shape or forms. We never have and don't look like we will. Therefore Mr Nawaikula have used that Geneva Convention policy and twisted it to justify his views and outburst knowing he can fall back on it as his facts to cover his true intentions.
    From his history and with these recent outburst twisting the parameters of the Geneva Convention it's clear he is a racist sod who is arrogant because he thinks as a lawyer he can manipulate his words and people such as the PM can't do anything to challenge him because he thinks his tracks are covered and solid with facts.
    When we disect his speech and use facts too then he is simply caught out. The facts on these occasion is his history. Therefore the PM is absolutely right in his speech on the media warning against Mr Nawaikula. The PM and his team would have been well aware of Mr Nawaikula's past therefore they have called him on his bullshit. Those commenting against the PM are either turning a blind eye on Mr Nawaikula's past or simply don't have the interlact to understand and disect his speech using facts.

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  52. Finally, the Fijian have spoken. After 8 years of confinement the people have raised their thought and ideas through these opposition. This is a good sign because it exposes the truth about the situation on ground.

    So now we should all clap our hands for the opposition team. Let all the cats and dogs out from its hiding cell and let the people decide the fate of Bainimarama's government. There should be a vote of no confident on the way.

    Now that we have full mark for Niko and the rest who have spoken the truth we want more from the rest.

    Our suggestion is for the opposition to let Bainimarama back paddle for the next 4 years and be answerable to what he has done to the country.

    Now that the 2007-2014 Auditors General Report is out lets ask Hon Professor Biman do what he does best. And that is to kill the beast before it nest more bad eggs.

    Lets not distance ourselves from Colonel Gaddaffi who was punished by his people after nurturing false alarm to his own people who in return searched and destroyed him because he lies so much while making millions for himself and his family.

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  53. @Anomymous October 19, 2014 at 4:21 PM

    Like Bainimarama you call it RACIST while we call it DAMN FACTS.

    You call us the itaukei (because you probably don't know what it means) but still call ourselves FIJIAN.


    You don't call us indigenous but we do because we have a dictionary and done our research including talking the UN member reps about our rights.

    You think we are not covered by the Geneva Convention when we are because came to our shore by fluke.

    At the end you sound like Bainimarama which we still call him ourselves the BIGGEST LIAR OF THE 21st CENTURY IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. He goes down in Fiji's history book as a treason offender who gets himself away through immunity in his own 2013 Constipation.

    Finally we call it 2013 Constipation while you call 2013 BaiKhai (BK) Constitution which is an illegal document because it was forced upon our people.

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  54. To Anon 4.53pm

    Firstly let me remind you I'm a I taukei namely from Naitasiri. I call it racist because the facts are not entirely factual. Your argument and assessment on the facts are entirely inaccurate. You haven't stated a solid factual argument rather your own personal opinion which seemed emotionally fuelled. That alone throws your entire argument on the racist parameters.
    You don't even have the vernacular understanding of what a I taukei means. I haven't stated anywhere in my comment that I don't refer to you as Fijian that's because I do only I include other ethnic origins too. For your information I taukei is also indigenous therefore again your argument is laughable to say the least. Our UN rights is protected under the Geneva Convention all as indigenous, citizens and humans.
    The facts which you're being misinformed about from Mr Nawaikula are that the contexts of our UN protected rights are absolutely covered only under a different parameter.
    To put it in words you can grasp and understand Mr Nawaikula tried to twist the policy that covers citizens to include indigenous. I'm telling you on that misinformation he is bullshitting therefore his facts don't stand up to scrutiny. The policy on the Geneva Convention that covers indigenous rights is an entirely different section.
    So with his facts discredited and his history credited the facts that will stand up to scrutiny is that Mr Nawaikula is a lier and the PM called him on his bullshit. Therefore the PM's speech and warning on the media is based on solid facts.
    The 2013 constitution is the best Fiji has ever had because it treats every citizens be it I taukei or other ethnicity equally.
    When you mentioned 'we call it 2013 Constipation' who exactly are you referring to?
    Another fact for you the PM on the recent election won by a majority that every other past PM could only dream of. Therefore the majority of people in Fiji approves of the 2013 constitution so whoever you're referring to as 'we' must be your grog bowl buddies.

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  55. Good call.
    @Anonymous said...October 18, 2014 at 10:21 PM

    If we count the first 50 candidates by their votes it would have resulted in Sodepa 24, FF 21, NFP 2, PDP 2 and OF 1.

    The election is a fraud.
    October 18, 2014 at 10:21 PM

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  56. You clearly have no clue on how a democratic government is formed. My advice educate yourself on it otherwise you really sound like a high school kid.

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  57. @ Anonymous October 19, 2014 at 5:37 PM

    Those "we" are the 80% Indigenous and 10% Indian who voted for SODELPA and other parties.

    Bainimarama is a liar himself who is here to look after his own interest and his pocket. Check his salary and tell us whats right with it after paying himself with almost 300% pay increase.

    Check his personal achievement and tell if he has ever successfully implemented anything before apart from the ones where he uses force.

    The word DICTATOR comes to mind. Go back and review any dictators history and see where they headed their country after continuously torturing their own people. Take any current one like North Korea and tell us if everything is fine in the country. Study Kim's human records.

    Go back and study indigenous history and tell us how many thrives successfully from integrating new policies while starving their own.

    It is in a dictators own interest to divide and conquer and not surprisingly has achieved it partially in the last election through vote buying projects but for how long is still the question of the future.

    It is also in any dictators interest to defend his own policy to death like his baby as he is doing towards the opposition because the world knows his life is dependent on it. So let the fun continues but no more force or intimidation please because the parliament is there for a reason.

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  58. Fiji first courrupt supporters are elated- One of them of USP VC chandra who was very worried before the election-I hear he and his wife were full swing campiagning for FF. FICAC should do raid on USP finances. There is too much abuse of office and misuse of Fiji government funds. Minister Reddy should set up an independent inquiry- we know he is RCs friend buy I am told Minister Reddy is aware of the problems

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  59. All these big assholes swearing at PM and his Govt,if you dont like the Govt fuck off,yeah,please just fuck off to a country where you will like the Govt,if you are
    already a Fuck Off like Nayacanibaku,then shut your trap and look after your children.Veikemuni na mai vosaca taka tiko na matanitu oqo,oi sa kaya ni lolovira se cava,ia,kevak o sega ni taleitaka na matanitu,FUCK OFF kina matamnitu o taleitaka.Na matanitu oqo ena cici ga,qarauna de na qai kilai ni o vosaca tiko,ena qai dua na i caqe e gusumu me vaka e caka vei Bilitaki,E SA QAI MATATA OYA,IF YOU DONT LIKE THE GOVT AND OUR LEADERS WE,YES WE HAVE DEMOCRATICALLY CHOSEN THEN FUCK OFF TO ANOTHER COUNTRY,THERE ARE MANY IN THE PACIFIC,Solomons to begin,he,he,he,he.

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  60. USP's VC's hypocrisy doesn't end. During election result counting he was so scared he demanded 3security guards guard his house. Hearing any noise he would ask ' was that a SOLEPA' supporter outside. Madan Chandra opening shares her views on FF, campaigned for it and even shared her views on who would win and why. The 1st couple of USP have openly campaigned together with their cronies Anjela, Jai, Robert, Bhibhya and Ashwin. So much for being neutral. Such is the state of high education in Fiji.

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  61. @UFO 7:30...KUA NA LASULASU...wilika na noqu comment,au vosa ca tiko mai vei.Na ka ga drau matai kina kei Bainimarama na twist taka na vosa kei na veibeitaki.Au sega ni rerevaki Bainimarama se o iko baleta niu kila na noqu dodonu.Na vu ga ni sega ni volai mai kina na yacamu ni tamata lasulasu qai rerere.Na ka e vakaraitaka o Nawaikula.E gauna oqo e gauna mera kila kina na sotia kei na ovisa na duidui ni lawa era vauci kina.As a dictator you do not give in for election,you hold on to power until death,even old hiding in the hole like Sadam Hussein.He will be screwtinised for the deaths of the citizens died under his leadership,and all his dealings and that is the beauty of the law.The Police have to start the investigation again on Bainimarama,without interference by the Army,even he has to step down or face vote of no confidence.

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  62. 'Screwtinised' qori na ta sukulu, hahahaa!

    On a serious note, Nawaikula must rely on his own good considered judgment at the end of the day, and never, never ever listen or pay heed to bad irresponsible advice from "outsiders" who would never put their damned selves or children to walk the talk in Fiji.

    May God bless you always Niko.

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  63. Its time for the FFP and the opposition to call a Vote-of No-Confidence on Prime Minister Bainimarama.

    He carried out a criminal act on Mr Bilitaki, therefore this man is UNFIT to govern.

    If this happened in Australia or NZ, the people would call for their Prime Minister's resignation and he would rightly resign.

    The Fiji Police Commissioner is a USELESS PISS OF SHIT....MAYBE HE SHOULD FARK OFF BACK TO AFRICA....
    Before the Election he was saying that he would go after criminals. And here we have a crime and witnesses and the criminals (soldiers) were proven to be there (by Mr Arsehole Commissioner's own confession)
    SO HOW COME THIS POLICEMAN CANT MAKE AN ARREST.....MAY BE HE IS JUST ALL MOUTH....and another FARKIN USELESS COMMISSIONER.

    May be he should change his name from Groenwald to GROWSOMEFARKINBALLS!

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  64. Bloody hell, Bro. For God's sake, take your medication.

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  65. But I say finis this Comisna Polis no good fala. Only for decoration. Not for action. Certainly not for any action against his political masters. He is there to ACT FOR THEM!
    The man is indeed spineless and ball-less just like the USP Vice Chancellor. Big Title but no balls to do what the university should do - exercise academic freedom and uphold democratic values. When you have shit people on top shit happens - everywhere.

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  66. Editor,
    Bainimarama - the coupster cum self-appointed pm/dictator and now crookedly elected pm - says Fiji is to "be a genuine beacon of good governance in the region" (Fiji Times 19/10). Can you beat that!
    A coup coup country to become a beacon of good governance!
    What rubbish!!
    Fiji must first get its house in order. Learn to respect and abide by democratic norms of governance. Fiji has not yet done that. Begin at the beginning ... And, remember talk is cheap.

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  67. editor,
    A person by the name of Na Da Sologar of Canada wrote to the Fiji Times (18/10) to say she believes " Mr Bainimarama needs to be recognised with a Nobel Prize in good governance and human development".
    How about that!
    Is there any more worthi/boci person for a Nobel Prize in good governance?
    When you have a name like that - na da - I suppose you can't help being shitty!

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  68. To pass a censure motion, you idiot, you need to have the numbers. And you don't have them! Hahahaha.

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  69. AMAZING SELF DELUSIONOctober 20, 2014 at 11:43 AM

    When are all you jokers going to wake up to the fact that it's all over. Frank WON. You LOST. He has 32 seats in the Parliament. You have 18 on a good day and only if you can get Biman, Tupou and Prem to back you. It's called DEFEAT. You can try again in four years but on the performance in the Parliament last week, you can forget that too. It's OVER. You are IRRELEVANT.

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  70. Rajesh Chandra has abused his office together with his egoistic ball Ikbal jannif. they have misused funds, paid hundreds of thousands to lawyers, to staff who they could not sack- pay out- several cases pending in court- promotions for suckers of VC, extra commissions and bonuses to friends- FICAC please if you reading this blog- go and just check- check with the Tongans who wrote a petition- all these were pushed aside by Filipe Bole- rajesh's friend, Ikbal jannif. USP is a rotten and corrupt place.

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  71. I AGREE WITH TOMASI

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  72. Bainimarama has signs of post-traumatic-stress disorder. He has delusions and anger issues.
    He should seek treatment from Dr Odille at St Giles.

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  73. As found in Wadan's blog:In the interests of transparency, good governance and accountability (all part of USP’s Mission and Vision statements) could the USP Vice Chancellor and the Chairman of USP Council therefore inform the USP Member Governments, the tax-payers of Fiji and the USP region, what exactly were the circumstances which led to the recent resignation of Professor Susan Kelly (Deputy Vice Chancellor at USP), at great financial cost to the University and taxpayers?

    So what is FICAC going to do about this. If this govt wants to gain any trust, it should begin with checking on all corruptions-start with USP now!

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  74. @ Nayacakalou, your spelling of an english word is wrong,look it out and correct it,it seems that you are not as learned as you profess to be.

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  75. Frederick Elbourne Says...Kai Loma will soon take over Fiji...Get used to the idea and stop arse farting around with BS like Nawaikula. Time to move on you lazy ass Kai Viti. Get off your bum and do some work and stop thieving from hard working honest citizens. Sivia na Con.

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  76. Fred Elbourne says...now Fiji is a Democracy...why don't you lamu sona losers put your names down instead of hiding behind anonymous blog names....Vacava...lamu...too much talk...too much grog....sa rauta mada.

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  77. @ anon 3:30....check your grammar.....look it out...lol.Should have been ...check it out.

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  78. @Fred Elbourne

    Re your 0707 PM.
    Sa na bau wadrega sara.

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  79. Elections are over and i believe we are back to democratic system.Now its time for the police to be given more power & Autonomy.I think with these given powers & autonomy , the fear in people will soon fade away.Thats the only way now for Fiji.

    Autonomy means that society has granted the police discretionary space in which to make decisions based on their skills, expertise, and professional knowledge. Within that space, the police have the legitimate right to use their powers and authority to make specific policy and tactical decisions unencumbered by external demands. Without autonomy, the police would not be able to do their work in accordance with democratic norms; they would be mere instruments of control wielded by others who have power in society and control the state, and they would be unable to resist carrying out illegitimate demands placed on them. Such demands can be for minor acts (”You can’t give me a ticket—my cousin is the police chief”) or rise to major acts of discrimination and repression (”Make sure that these people [name a marginalized group here] do not reach the voting places”).




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  80. He doesn't know how to operate democratically...any Freedom of speech is unknown to him...any open rebuke or confrontation will be taken personally by Voreqe due to guilt and the fact that he is a thug!!

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  81. BaiKhai is programmed to react badly to anything or anyone that questions their Constitution.

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  82. @ Vilimoni Natewa..........kua sara na wekaqu lakolako de qai vutuki Odille tale ena gauna ni treatment

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  83. Every African is Fiji must be withdrawn immediately to avoid catching a massive dose of the local stupidity. What a bunch of fuckwit losers you all really are. A disgrace to the Fijian race. Small minded, cowardly and fearfully stupid.

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  84. Time to sleepgudnfht

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  85. editor,
    I came across this passage in Lin Noueihed and Alex Warren's book The Battle For The Arab Spring : Revolution, Counter-Revolution And The Making Of A New Era (2012) :
    "Facing US pressure or domestic demand, some Arab dictatorships and dynasties even introduced more meaningful elections, but they worked to curtail any concrete changes the ballot box might bring. When one party can change the laws to its benefit, can weild the security forces to intimidate its opponents, the judiciary to jail its critics and the state-run media to campaign on its behalf, there is no real choice... This system ... applied a veneer of plurality to systems that were in reality based on a single party that saw itself as the state...
    Together with this ran the promotion of a cult of personality... In libya, billboards were filled ... with pictures of Gaddafi... Alongside this crude propaganda ... Arab rulers demonstrated a knack for "upgrading authoritariansism" to survive the challengers posed not only by globalization but also by new media and the growing international emphasis on human rights. One of the several tactics they employed was to curtail, co-opt, compete with and thereby undermine efforts to build a strong civil society..."
    When I read this I thought Fiji had not witnessed any of these "upgrading authoritarianism" tendencies during its 8 years of the Bainimarama dictatorship. No wonder the international election observers were so quick to declare the Fiji elections and the transition to democracy very credible and all that.
    I of course stand to be corrected by people better acquainted with the ground realities in Fiji leading up to its first post coup elections after 8 years of dictatorship.
    sincerely,
    Rajend Naidu
    sydney

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  86. Those who voted FijiFirst are now regretting their decision because in the next 4 years all those development in the last 8 years were for vote buying only. Now there is no new roads because everything is scrutinised by the the opposition and committee.

    Before it was a man decision and free for all where our money was used illegally for building roads.

    Though the Stinson Parade bridge in Suva has never been fixed for almost 5 years now. Where's our Suva's rate payers money.

    Those 10% indigenous who voted FijiFirst are the real Judas in our community and they know themselves that one day will faced with reality and judged by their own community.

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  87. Fred Elbourne Says to Anon 7:41pm...Wadrega snaps when you pull too hard so stop pulling yourself....Cant you see, Frank is a Kai Loma. This is a start. One day like the USA, whether you like it or not, an Indian, Rotuman or other race will run Fiji. Snap out of your elastic rubber band and come back to reality. We moving forward...Dou vaka suka suka or like they say in Fiji - Reverse back tale jiko kemudou. Put your name down...why continue to hide behind blogs....that is the start which all you blog niggers should come out from rather then hide like gandu's afraid of their shadow. At least gandu's come out and say they are gandu's....what are you guys afraid of still...You wanted Democracy....we are now democratic but still crying no tears....sobo sa rauta mada...toso mada ko Viti. Come back to Fiji...bro...sara sara mada....relax kana vudi...

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  88. Bainimarama is suffering from post menstrual syndrome.

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  89. Fred Elbow says " we are now democratic". He must have eye trouble or brain problem. Going from dictatorship to democracy is not like switching on the light, and light appears and darkness disappears the moment light appears. We don't have such an instant change when there is a transition from dictatorship to democracy. Although propaganda would have us believe that is the case. Fred Elbow is either fallen for the propaganda or is himself a propagandist. In any case he has a shitty understanding of politics.

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  90. poor freddy has both eye and brain problem. love is blind. ignorance is bliss. you see only what u want to see...and the list goes on and on...he is a journalist???? god help us please

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  91. This is another side income for Fred Elbourne-He have to be here day and night and defend the democratic military regime.

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  92. @ Anon 3:20...Thank you...my bad,I am not going to sit here all day to proof read my comment's,and have never claimed in anyway,well educated.Not like you sitting here all day proof reading everyone's comment,and never made a single mistake.

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  93. Fred Elbourne says...you have your say I have my say...you are blinded by your own idiocy and beliefs and we believe in what we stand for...you want us to sway to you but you hide under your skirts of anonymity. who then should we listen too...some phantom ghost claiming to stand for and fight for democracy that we cant see. A warrior hiding from battle or a coward afraid of standing up for what they believe. You figure because the people of Fiji are sick and tired of vesu mona bull shit when they don't even know who the shit each one of you is, just some anonymous bigot who think they know policies and politics yet, too afraid to make a show. Man you guys wonder why we voted Frank in...at least he has the balls to call a spade a spade whereas you guys call a spade a fork and then actually believe its a spoon....go figure...numbnuts

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  94. It really shows how one sided this blog is when they delete comments that backs it up with facts. I've recently put up a comment twice disapproving the claims about some sodelpha supporters that majority of the I taukei's voted against Frank yet it's been deleted.
    It's as if they want their ssupporters not to actually know the bullshit they're going around spreading. There were 570 or so registered voters and if you take the results of the election and do the maths then it shows that Frank actually won majority of the I taukei's vote along with other ethnicity too.
    And I bet that most of this people commenting here don't even reside in Fiji. They think that because they now live abroad they know better.

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  95. @Anonymous 8:00 PM

    You only have to look at the results from two of what were always staunch Methodist SODELPA strongholds near Suva to realise where the support for FB came from.

    It's just hard for some to accept.

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  96. Anon@8pm You can vent as much as you like but if you did post two comments and we deleted them, it would show 'comment removed'. So you either didn't post as you claim or your comment was so foul it was spammed. Which was it? - C4.5 Editor.

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  97. Can you clarify what you mean by foul? Most would think that foul means using abusive words which is understandable and one I totally agree. However my comments contained no such things. I figured having comments shown as removed is something you can control just like how can customised your spam.
    Now if I am wrong then fair dues I will apologise but for the life of me I actually suspect you're not being entirely honest. For example if the spams removes foul comments then cry me a river on the amount of foul comments that actually got through. One would think typing words such as di*ks etc would get an auto spam but it doesn’t.
    In saying that if you actually are honest and my deleted comments was not your fault then I thank you for allowing us to debate on every piece of topics you have. It actually is refreshing to say the least because it makes it entertaining.

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  98. The way you describe beatings and killings it's up there on the same level as Zimbabwe and the Kongo tribal cleansing. Stop being dramatic mann, chill out have some roti and curry and some grog mann lol...

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  99. Altantic Blvd CruiserOctober 25, 2014 at 10:10 PM

    rajend naidu is back to his best, quoting from various articles totally unrelated to Fiji's situation and grandstanding as usual.

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  100. anon 10.10 PM,"... quoting from various articles totally unrelated to Fiji's situation..." for example?

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  101. Atlantic Blvd CrusierOctober 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM

    rajend@8.59am..you can come up with numerous articles..you uploaded them afterall....anon now are we?

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  102. God forbid that Parliament launch a coup. That's the sole province of Herr Bainimarama.

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  103. Anon 12.00 PM where is the example of a quotation totally unrelated to the Fiji situation? You made that claim so the burden of prove is on you.

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  104. That thug will still continue to "dictate" the shots as the self-appointed PM

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