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AG lashes out at NZ and Aust – man you are thick Aiyarse says SWM!

February 2, 2009
Bloggers, well Aiyarse and his illegal junta are the only ones who do not realise the whole world does not recognise the legality of the illegal junta. This revelation also shows that Gate’s flawed judgment legalising Iloilo’s usage of his prerogative, when everyone knows, he cannot think for himself and it was Vore who was pulling the strings the whole time has not been accepted by the International Community, so it is a major blow to this wannabe CJ. SWM says vinaka to the International Community and when the whole world is feeling this economic crunch, stupid remarks coming from the illegal junta like this one from Aiyarse, will only cause further isolation because they are ‘insignificant’ at this time. 

Tuesday, February 03, 2009


Taken from / By: FBCL

Interim Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has lashed out at Australia and New Zealand for the stance they have chosen when dealing with Fiji.

Sayed-Khaiyum who has just returned from the Pacific Island’s Forum Leaders meeting in PNG says the two countries have never recognised the legality of the Interim Government, and this was apparent at the meeting.

Forum Leaders have given a May 1st ultimatum for Fiji to come up with an election date this year.

Something the Interim AG says is not possible and will be discussed at the next cabinet meeting.

Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

22 Comments leave one →
  1. LUVfiji permalink
    February 3, 2009 12:16 AM

    No Aiyaz.

    You still dont get it.

    Australia and New Zealand want a level playing field – the people’s Government like their own.

    Not you.

    Its that simple.

    You dimwit.

    No Elections.. No Deal !!

  2. February 3, 2009 12:31 AM

    Sa dina sara LUVFiji!

    On ya Oz & NZ.

  3. Kutu permalink
    February 3, 2009 12:40 AM

    Radio Fiji reported today that a box of dynamite was discovered in one of the containers that arrived on Suva’s wharf a few days ago and sticks have been missing from the consignment.

    I don’t know how genuine this report is because it could be another military bluff to beef up security and harrass their perceived enemies unneccesarily. The old scare the monkey technique.

    On the other hand, if its genuine then I am not surprised given the harrasment, intimidation, murder and torture the military had inflicted on our citizens to date. This would be the likely reaction of a cornered animal. It would lash out when it has ran out of peaceful choices.

    One thing that this military and those usurpers now governing us illegally must never forget is that the proportion of the population with some level of martial training be it by the RFMF or the British Army is unusually large when compared to the overall population. All they need is to get their hands on some weapons and explosives and the army have a war on its hands. And remember, it is much much easier to fight a conventional war rather than a guerrilla war so don’t push it.

    My advise to the military please go back to the barracks and give to the people what rightfully belongs to them, the governing and destiny of this country. Face reality as ideology belongs in some out of this world university lab.

    As we use to chant in the old school ground “ia ia kajia na papai”

    Be very very careful because the clock ticks on towards all out war if you do not stop now.

  4. Mark Manning permalink
    February 3, 2009 1:39 AM

    Maybe the United Nations should become involved in helping these people to be treated Humanely :-

  5. Mark Manning permalink
    February 3, 2009 1:45 AM

    There’s no need to fight , just have all who don’t support Frank and his supporters , resign or step aside while a group of Loyal Officers , Soldiers and Police arrest Frank and Co. ! Once the main players are arrested , the rest will hide or give up .

  6. Mark Manning permalink
    February 3, 2009 1:52 AM

    I am a bill a ja , form the hilund of Pijee eyelunds .
    Toodayee , my Prum Minsta and hes wufe Mrs Fruncisisi keenes cums to c us to jun da Royals Pidgees Miltree Farces to follows the Presdants prglomartions .
    We , of da bill a jas , wantz to welcums him and hes wufe Mrs keeneses our Naval Commode !
    It gaves me grates pleasure when daye cums to da villa jidjes to c us peeples here . We wunts to show how intelgance we ares to supports da Prum Minsata Mr. Commode Frank Bairnanannanas . It iz verys portantz to moves the cuntrys ford and I asks yuze all to getz behind usz now as we marchez fords .
    By da right , qwik march , left , left , left left left left left .
    Whose da man of our times , sound off , one twose ?
    Franks da boy of da moment , he’s goin to moves us ford
    Left , left , left , left , left left left left
    And whose da commode of da Navals of Pifjee eyelants ?
    Franci with a ” K ” , she’s da wun will cum witt Frank withda ” B ”
    left, left,left,left,left left left left left
    We wills saport da Predants proglomotion !
    Yes Yes Yes we will doose dat for our man Franci with da ” B’
    Left,left,left,left, left left left left
    Sound of , 3 4 (watt number comes next fred ? )
    left,left,left,left, left .
    Hey fred , we don’t sems tobease gettings very far ?

  7. Mark Manning permalink
    February 3, 2009 1:53 AM

    Does Frank really think that the young men of the Inland Villages are so stupid as to want to join the Military at this point in time when they are crying out for supplies etc. ?

  8. February 3, 2009 2:38 AM

    Nobody in here recognised the IR,how can you persuade the world to recognised your self proclaimed government as a legal governmet when the citizens you dwelling with curses it .sorry aiyaz

  9. Viti permalink
    February 3, 2009 3:09 AM


    Sa vaca va na “No Charter No Elections” and then “No Electoral Reform No Elections” and because Bainipuaka and his little puakas are desperate they are now blaming OZ and NZ!

    Bainipuaka have you forgotten already? You are now a dicktator and dicktators do whatever tickles their fancy!

    Have fair elections within the constitution and from the Bainipuaka straight to the gallows to save money and time or “Abrogation” and remain an isolated, looney, evil dickator for the rest of your wretched life with only your piglets hanging around to serve you.

    You choice you big fat Pig!

  10. Frida permalink
    February 3, 2009 4:03 AM

    The people in the illegal set up are really short minded. All the education for Ah-arse is of no use because he cannot differentiate between right and wrong. so sad!

  11. Snapper permalink
    February 3, 2009 4:07 AM

    Aiyarse – congratulations what an achievement!

    This is what you achieved when you agreed to present yourself on behave of your boss in Port Moresby for the PIF meeting.

    The Samoan PM knows very well if he plays his cards right his island and its people will benefit. That is smart thinking!

    I believe the Samoan people are self assured people and do not need guns to get into power.

    Fiji military must go: Samoa PM

    The Samoan Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malilelegaoi, says Fiji must get rid of its armed military forces for there to be peace in the country, Radio New Zealand reports.

    Tuilaepa said he thinks Fiji’s future is uncertain, and even if elections are held there is no guarantee that a civilian government could not be toppled.

    He says if there is a return to civilian government, he feels there will be many other military leaders like Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama in the future.

    Tuilaepa says it is very easy to pick up a gun and wave it at people.

    He says if the military leaders truly want to support the wider public, they should volunteer to leave the military and prepare for elections.

    Tuilaepa says many capable Fijians cannot contribute because positions have been filled by army personnel who have no expertise in the work they are given.

    Tuilaepa also describes Commodore Bainimarama as inexperienced in international relations, unused to governing a country, and only wanting praise.


  12. Peace Pipe permalink
    February 3, 2009 4:24 AM

    This arse is either a stubborn liar or plain dumb to say that his regime is legal. A legal government is one that is voted in by the people under the constitution following legal due process. Not one that is anointed by an illegal acting CJ who is a well known ig apologist apart from other low life vices. Funny how this judge turns from corner to corner. One time he declares the 200 coup illegal and the next time he declares the 2006 coup legal. He is as loose as it goes. Why does this smarty pants iarse keeps attacking Australia and NZ. These countries are a leading example of how a progressive and advanced society should be. Not a coup riddled and coup accepting country like Fiji. Its people like iarse that give Fiji a bad name. Now he knows himself from the mouths of the real leaders that he and his thugs in the ig are not recognised. Blerry cry baby. Go to mama and get fed. His mouth is pursing more than ever. Vore is caught in a tight corner as he contemplate abrogating the constitution since he got himself a CJ who upheld the same constitution eh tried to abrogate in 2000 in the Chandrika Prasad ruling. But then again this new illegal CJ is so warped he would do anything just to please his master and pleasure provider.

  13. Viti permalink
    February 3, 2009 4:50 AM

    Peace Pipe

    This is the kind of governing we will see from them.

    Because the Pig is now known throughout the world as a dictator, they cannot hide behind their smoke screen democracy anymore. They have no choice but to play the blame game.

    We have been threatened, No Charter No Election, we have been bullied, we have been shown how powerful the pig is by the deportation of the 3 publishers, their have murdered their own kind and the list goes on. Now a dicktator as his boss, Aiyarse is crying like a baby to make us and the international communities understand them.

    Soriiiiiiiiiiiiiiii we are not stupid you are being cornered – so stay there and play with yourselves.

  14. February 3, 2009 5:19 AM

    Viti, he is not a DICKTATOR he is a DICKTAKER………..

  15. Viti permalink
    February 3, 2009 6:04 AM

    Dina, Dina anon

    At the same time am laughing! Oilei we have to laugh at these clowns!

    Yeah I am told so much of that is happening at the camp.

    Sa bored beka – getting paid to do nothing but to listen to their DICKTAKER’S rantings.

  16. soro permalink
    February 3, 2009 6:04 AM

    Frankly he’s just a soresorenator.

    And Aiyarse he’s just an arseaminator.

  17. Mark Manning permalink
    February 3, 2009 8:39 AM

    an excellent point !

  18. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    February 3, 2009 9:00 AM

    Now hairyarse will be calling little Tonga a ‘bully’.

  19. Soul of Fiji permalink
    February 3, 2009 9:29 AM

    Jungali people makes jungali law and for animals like PIGs, snakes, foxes and wolfes.

  20. Viti permalink
    February 3, 2009 9:41 AM

    Soul of Fiji

    Hmmmmm so that explains it.

    I would add copycat jungali people……………

  21. Tim permalink
    February 3, 2009 12:17 PM

    Peace Pipe: The iI-Arse is both – i.e. a liar and dumb (and I mean in the sense that although he may have a degree of intelligence, he has no clues because he can’t see past his ideology or his ego and he has a maternalistic fag hag winding him up at every turn).
    The AG can “lash out” as much as he likes. The junta can cry foul as much as they like. They can and will portray themselves as victims (they love it – it’s used to be a money-go-round)- on the receiving end of OZ/NZ bully-boy tactics, neo-colonialism, oh it ain’t fair, boo fucking hoo! They can even garner the attention of the latest pop-idols in P.I affairs commentary – all complete with “I’ve served the Pacific for the last 35 friggen years”. (reminds me of a BBC 60’s radio show – the answer lies in the soil – or even the goon show). They’ll pop up on the definitive current affairs television shows protesting how hard done by they are and that they’re just being judged unfairly.
    Fact is it all matters not.
    Frank (by happenstance rather than by merit) is in charge of a military force, and also in charge of a rather large personality disorder. A few (such as the Bubba, the Shaista and others of their ilk) saw simpleton Frank as a mark. They continue to milk him.
    But they all fucked up, and the proof is more than two years since Dec 2006. Broken promises, murders, beatings, promises promises, promises and more promises (the very LEAST of which are made to the international community) – have been broke.
    Opportunists all. If their convictions were genuine they’d be slumming it and doing it hard with the lowliest of the poor!
    I saw somewhere ( I think maybe on a link from Cafe Pacific) how OZ and NZ need Fiji – its a hub – 20th Century,TEAL Flying Boats, natives in grass skirts beating drums maybe and we hould deal with our guilt!!!.

    Hello it’s now 21C.
    Fiji is a convenience and a travel destination and an infrastructural “midpoint” to the world – (Club Fucking Med/Club Fiji) – a cloche merle (albeit with beautiful people and scenery) BUT in terms of it’s HUB status, it can be replaced without any great deal of difficulty by at least a few of it’s neighbours AND within a very short time!. And furthermore, the longer Frank persists, the shorter the time alternatives will be put in place.
    There are a few airport runways in the immediate vicinity, a willingness to host, a more stable environment, a prospect that aid and investment given will go to it’s intended purpose – you name it (not to mention the beautiful scenery, coral reefs, and all the rest of it.!!!)
    Apia (for example) with VERY LITTLE investment and aid could provide the very same transit options that Nadi currently does – and with a great deals more stability. People (countries) are now thinking why should we invest good money after bad – shunt it in Apia’s direction.
    USP – similar stuff.
    NGO’s – similar stuff
    The notion that Fiji is the hub (which it is) is entirely romantic. There are a few “jobs to be created” by moving East, or West, or North!

    I also saw where it’s claimed OZ and NZ are bullying, but every time I do, its couched in economic terms (i.e. we’ll give you aid but we expect this/that/the other). Those that make that claim – please get over yourselves and your political correctness!
    OZ and NZ suffered the same colonial bullshit past that Fiji did – they’re getting over it.
    But do not expect that OZ/NZ should take responsibility for British past deeds and injustice that the vast majority of us are well over anyway on the basis that various territory was dolled out during decolonisation. And also don’t expect that those having suffered from a colonial past have any sort of duty to prop up pathetic little munters like Frank or his ideologically driven bullshit artists who repeatedly try to circumvent the will of the people whose territory they hijack.
    In some ways I hope Frank and cohorts actually do persist with their stubborness. As we’ve seen elsewhere in the world, it eventually leeds to a worse outcome for them.
    The world is sick of pushing shit uphill and if there isn;t a finer example of the world’s shit than Frank Bainimarama, Shaista Shameen, Yippe-I-Aye-Kai-OO, Gates, Prissy Pryde, and all the bloody rest of them!
    Do they really think when the shit well and truly hits the fan globally, they’ll be regarded as relevant? They’ll be as relevant as the San Lu executives in China about to be shot in the back of the head over a bit of melamine.
    Oh and we shouldn’t forget the impact of the Airbus 380 and long range jet travel either.

  22. Tim permalink
    February 3, 2009 12:29 PM

    I know I’m ranting but PLEASE! – someone explain to Frank (and any politically correct journalist that wants to add some sort of credence to his status a a victim) that the prospect of moving Australia’s “strategic interest” in Fiji either Eastwards or Westwards (or NE, NNE, NW. NNW, or any other permutation of a compass point) is a damn sight cheaper than the aid expected, or given over the past twenty years of Fiji’s instability that Frank is doing his best to keep alive. Same goes for NZ.

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