Seaton told Coup4.5 she remains 'stuck' in LA but continues to raise awareness of the proposed Land Sales Act 2016.
"No word from Fijian officials: I hear from my loved ones there and very concerned and deeply distressed."
Seaton was deported to Los Angeles last week after voicing her concerns about the new land provisions, amid claims she swore at the President.
She told Coup4.5 the issue is not over and that landowners are due to launch a major campaign.
"The boycott will be hard in the short term but shedding a light on this injuries, standing up for these Human Rights will be of benefit to Fiji in the long-term.
"Fiji must not be allowed to go the way of Zimbabwe, Belize, and others which did these same short-termed covetous policies."
Seaton says landowners have been trying to communicate with Frank Bainimarama and others in Parliament about the unfair provisions for two years.
"There are so many options to pursue to seek remedy in this Global communications network, members in Hollywood, ties to Google, YouTube...the Fiji Land Organization Association will be soon initiating a boycott of Fiji until this legislated aggression and open season on foreign investors is no longer the policy of this government."
Seaton says the proposed changes have caused stress to her neighbours and had a devastating effect on her village.
Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum has tried to dismiss the legitimacy of the Fiji Landowners Association saying they're not 'registered in Fiji'.
He also claims the new Act will force development and that Fiji suffers from an over speculative market and that the proposed provisions will stop speculation.
Karen Seaton says Khaiyum's rationale is flawed.
"This will not force development. Applying it to investors retrospectively breaks the terms of the contract they invested under, is cheating, after the fact of investment.
"There are so many stories of those who can't meet the terms who are faced now with two years of imprisonment.
"No country in the world but Fiji does that. BANANA REPUBLIC! Investors are ceasing all further development.
"Khaiyum is wilfully wrong, espousing Muslim ideology 'that land shouldn't lay fallow', so doing a wealth land redistribution scheme is okay to achieve a good intent.
"Upon inspection his reasoning for implementing LSA16 falls apart when put to scrutiny."