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January 21, 2009

 

Fiji Times Wednesday, January 21, 2009

THE interest of the nation and those affected by the flood is more important than attending next week’s Pacific Forum leaders meeting in Papua New Guinea, says interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama.

 We say; “Utter nonsense! Bainimarama clearly shows a mental disorder producing delusions of grandeur. No one is indispensable Mr Illegal PM!”

 Against past assurances that he would attend, Commodore Bainimarama yesterday issued a statement saying he will not attend the meeting and that he had asked for the meeting to be postponed.

 We say; “Delusions of grandeur and self importance in suggesting the meeting to be postponed because of his feeble excuse.”

 “I cannot be out of the country at a critical time when the flooding which Fiji experienced a week ago claimed 10 lives and caused massive destruction to property, crops, businesses, industries and the nation’s infrastructure and related installations,” he said.

 We say; “Proficient team work is required here and a good leader, ( even illegal ) knows how to delegate responsibilities. Where are they? the 2 Epelis, the AG Khaiyum and Pamesh Chand? Let them earn their pay and get them to take over for a few days!”

 “As head of government, my priority is to ensure that affected people are properly looked after, necessary assessment is made of damage caused and to oversee the availability of required resources for the reconstruction and rehabilitation work to bring back normalcy to the lives of our people and for economic recovery.

 We say; “As head of an illegal govt your first priority is to the nation and all its citizens and not just the flood victims who are well taken care of by the NGOs and the monetary donations that have poured in from the countries that you have done so much to poke in the eye. If you had any conscious you would be feeling rather foolish as your illegal govt weren’t able to produce a national, natural relief package and needs the assistance of these countries.”

 “I, however, would like to be personally at the special meeting which the leaders have sanctioned and it is for this reason that I have asked for a deferment.”

 We say; “Be a man and attend the meeting and show your gratitude to these countries for the assistance given to the flood victims and your responsibility to the people of Fiji to give them back what rightly is theirs by announcing a parliamentary election date.”

 The PNG meeting will discuss Fiji and its inability to hold an election this year as Commodore Bainimarama promised in Tonga in 2007.

  We say; “It is another opportunity for you not to announce an election date and remain in power?”

 

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. FijiGirl permalink
    January 21, 2009 8:42 PM

    Vore, you great, big, wet blouse!

    If you’re going to trample all over our democracy, you could at least have the courage and the decency to stand up for your beliefs to the Forum leaders.

    Cowardice, thy name is Voreqe

    God bless Fiji

  2. Peace Pipe permalink
    January 21, 2009 9:09 PM

    Vore said “I” have to stay and attend to the flood victims. I say lamu sona. They i.e. iarse and parmess may not have got the speech and excuses ready yet so they need more time to come up with the right lines. Request to SVM write to PIF, Commonwealth and UN to kick this IG out of their groups until a legit govt returns to Fiji.

  3. Peace Pipe permalink
    January 21, 2009 9:23 PM

    On another note I was watching TV news last night and boy did I nearly puke when there appeared another army goon who was occupying the chair of the HA board – Saumatua.

  4. Lusianna permalink
    January 22, 2009 4:22 AM

    Thank you Webmaster much better! Easy reading! No worries together we will get there!

    2 years is too long for an illegal govt to be interim. Bad luck Interim has no time limit because Frank’s illegal govt has hung around like a bad smell.

    The smell will only worsen if they do not undertake the necessary preparations for democratic elections under the current Constitution.

    The Forum Meeting In PNG was their opportunity to work out a date with the other leaders and return to announce that his illegal Govt will take Fiji to elections.

    So please Mr Illegal PM get your butt over to PNG!

  5. Squatter permalink
    January 22, 2009 9:01 AM

    @ Peace pipe

    They did not show it on TV but on Saumatua’s right was his right hand man the $2 mosquito J. Nawalowalo – current HA board member

    BTW Saumatua, as chair, ie for a 2 – 3 hour meeting per month has been given an executive car with fuel, etc etc all paid for by the company – that is in addition to the normal allowance, blackberry mobile, etc, etc – brings to mind what the pig said at the start – ” no army officer will benefit from this ”

    And all around the country we squatters are growing in numbers !!!

  6. Keep The Faith permalink
    January 23, 2009 2:49 AM

    How interesting re: Saumatua.

    Perhaps we need to revive/update our Shame List.

    One of Frank’s navy boys Salusalu who heads now the Govt ITC Dept now sits on the Boards of Merchant Bank, FINTEL and others.

    This is WTF the country is coming too. Meanwhile people continue to starve out there.

  7. Keep The Faith permalink
    January 23, 2009 2:54 AM

    Oh and no surprises here from the FLP who conveniently defends Frank’s decision to stay away:
    http://www.fijilive.com/news_new/index.php/news/show_news/12943

    Obviously Ma’chaud is puppetteering from Chennai but what has become very clear is that Frank & Ma’chaud’s testicles are still very much tied together. I wonder what Ma’chaud’s constituents in the cane belt are thinking. Perhaps the trade-off is pay-out to the farmers:
    http://www.fijilive.com/news_new/index.php/news/show_news/12921

    Once again the dead-horse of the sugar industry continues to be flogged at the expense of people still crying out in hunger:
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=112460

    Read Victor Lal’s take in yesterday’s Sun: http://www.sun.com.fj/main_page/view.asp?id=13313

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