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Kean gets support from the idoit Vore…you two deserve each other says SWM!

February 21, 2009

Bloggers, read the pig-Vore comments and decide whether he has it all up there or not? SWM wants to know WTF has Kean got to do with the price of fish??? Insiders say Kean had all the tires of his newly paid taxpayer funded car slashed by his own men and now they have been surcharged by Vore as no one owned up! This is a dangerous omen! Remember the assassination of Indira Gandhi? It can also happen in Fiji!

Saturday, February 21, 2009

INTERIM Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Navy Commander Francis Kean is the best person right now to take up the post.

Speaking to Radio Australia on Wednesday, Mr Bainimarama said it had nothing to do with the fact “that he is my brother in law”.

Mr Kean is yet to resume duties as commander of the navy.

He was convicted of manslaughter in 2007 and reappointed upon his release from prison.

The decision has drawn criticism from activists who accused Mr Bainimarama of practising nepotism.

Mr Kean is expected to start at his new post on March 9.

Here is the interview between Radio Australia and Mr Bainimarama;

Radio Australia: You have appointed your brother in law Francis Kean as commander of the Fiji navy, He has been convicted of manslaughter. Is that the kind of person that should be serving as a senior military officer?

Bainimarama: He has been brought back as commander of the navy, it is not because he is my brother in law, it is because he is the perfect man that can run that navy ,,, full stop

Radio Australia: But he killed someone

Bainimarama: What is that got to do with the price of fish … for Pete’s sake.”

19 Comments leave one →
  1. February 21, 2009 8:26 AM

    Vore’s Lament

    Nobody likes me
    Everybody thinks I shouldn’t have held my coup
    Probably they’re right but I’ll never admit it
    Only other people I can trust are my family
    They will do what I tell them without hassling me
    I know I can boss them
    So the people I will appoint in my corrupt regime are
    My own family members, plus selected a**e-lickers!

    God bless Fiji

  2. February 21, 2009 9:39 AM

    Luveni maga maga i jinamu….. ‘am sorry blogers but this is just too too much.

  3. Kutu permalink
    February 21, 2009 2:49 PM

    Just concluded our big meeting in Sydney and in your face Vore.

    Guess what, about 500 people turned up and we raised $10,000 plus.

    Refer Gemima Garret’s ABC news tomorrow and she was there covering it.

    Power to the people!

  4. Lusianna permalink
    February 21, 2009 11:13 PM

    Thank you Kutu for letting us know.

    The good thing about the money raised is that it came from the heart.

    Power to the people!

  5. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    February 22, 2009 1:41 AM

    Kutu, this is on the news today.


    Bainimarama causing crisis, says Qarase

    Fiji’s ousted Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase has told the Fijian community in Sydney that interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama’s behaviour is causing a crisis in the region.

    According to Australia Network News, Qarase made the comment before a crowd of more than 300 Fijians who attended a fundraising dinner at the Marrickville Town Hall last night.

    It reports that Qarase told the Sydney crowd the Pacific Island Forum had made a unanimous stand in favour of an election in Fiji this year and that as a result Bainimarama’s Government was now portraying Fiji’s traditional friends in the Pacific, especially Australia and New Zealand, as enemies.

    “They are not our enemies. They are bound to us by history and culture and they want to do all they can to encourage Fiji to return to parliamentary democracy and respectability.”

    Qarase said he was not surprised Commodore Bainimarama had said he would not meet the May 1 deadline as he had a record of reneging on commitments to the Forum.

    He added that he was placing his hopes on the President’s political dialogue process which is to be mediated by the United Nations and the Commonwealth.

    Qarase has told Fijilive that although he is on a private visit to Australia, his party supporters there have insisted on inviting him to dinner so he could inform them of the situation on the ground back home.

    He has defended his recent statements in Australia saying he only told the truth to supporters there.

    Qarase said the money he collected will be used to finance many of his party’s legal challenges.

    Qarase is expected to return to Fiji before March 5, 2009.

  6. Tim permalink
    February 22, 2009 2:31 AM

    @ EFT: Australia and New Zealand are bound by history as Qarase says. As I watch the commemoration service in Melbourne for the victims of its bushfires, it’s clear despite a healthy kind of sibling rivalry in sport and cultural activity, we’re brothers and sisters rather than cousins! I see an orchestra led by Fijian violinist Wilma Smith who still also regards NZ as a home, as well as her beloved Fiji and her current home in Victoria. I see also emotional bonds that tie us together at community, state, national, regional and Commonwealth level. Many realise (except for Frank) that he can’t easily break those bonds – all he can do is deficate on them, and he’s ding a fine job of that. And that silly bastard Bubba and his fag hag should realise that we’re all victims of colonialism, just as we’re both victims and beneficiaries of globalisation. Some of us are dealing with it practically – others like the junta would rather cut off their noses to spite their faces.

  7. Tim permalink
    February 22, 2009 2:31 AM

    @EFT: That should have read OZ, NZ, the Pacific are bound by history…..

  8. Mark Manning permalink
    February 22, 2009 2:43 AM

    As the Fijian economy continues to slide , job losses and poverty increase , communities lose their moral compass because of feelings of hopelessness , especially amongst the male population and leaders struggle to find a meaningful solution to turn the situation around in Fiji , we all have to wonder , what can be done that would satisfy all interested parties to bring an end to the devastation that continues to decimate Fiji , the future prospects of it’s youth , Indigenous and non-Indigenous , the economy , as $10,000,000,000 has been lost in potential earnings since 1987 , and of it’s cultures , as their are more than one in Fiji .
    One should ask , what could Fiji be like if it’s leaders could indeed , find a way forward ?

  9. Mark Manning permalink
    February 22, 2009 2:47 AM

    As President John F Kennedy once said , some men see things as they are , and say why , while others see things as they could be , and say , why not ?
    I hope that Frank finds it in his heart , to sit down and genuinely work out a solution which is satisfactory to all , because the alternative is just too bleak to contemplate . It’s not too late to rid Fiji of the coup culture and rebuild the economy .

  10. FreeFIJI permalink
    February 22, 2009 8:13 AM

    Thank YOU Kutu, thank you Sydney, and thank you MM

  11. Peace Pipe permalink
    February 22, 2009 10:40 AM

    Well the week has had its usual dose of insanity as well as other noted events. Kete poka full chow started the ball rolling with his racial outburst at his senior indian officers. It was hoped that will get the momentum rolling like avalanch to engulf them. But reactions have been the same subdued rhetorics. The indians who had supported the coup have not risen up en masse to protest against this offensive action by the ig. They are still happy they got their revenge.

    Then the above interview with the illegal ipm where he displayed his usual pettiness and uncouth mannerism when he tried unconvincingly to defend his murdering bro-in-low. Then again what do we expect of this dimwit. He has not grown and perhaps never will.

    An apologist the Chairman of the electoral commission passes away. Will this be another excuse to prolong the election timeline. This illegal situation is taking its toll on the people involved. I am wondering why it hasn’t affected the pig yet.

    The snake Mai chodo is rearing his ugly head once again. He is beginning to make regular appearances on the TV with his usual barbs of this and that. I just hope and pray he is not taken back into govt. Sickening is his assertion that election should be held until reforms are done due to fundamental flaws in the present electoral system. Fundamental my a@#$.

    Okay if there has to be an electoral change as they see fit then go ahead and do it. Why drag your feet about it. They are trying to produce a system whereby they might stand a chance of winning because as it is now whatever system is introduced the result could be worse for the minority as the Fijians outnumber everyone else. Thats why they are hesitant because they have figured this out and see there is no way out so may as stay in power with elections as long they possibly can. At this point in time we really need a saviour.

  12. Peace Pipe permalink
    February 22, 2009 10:46 AM

    Sorry two typos. para 4 should read: …. elections should NOT be held….. and last para should read: …. stay in power withOUT elections…

  13. EnufDictatorship permalink
    February 22, 2009 11:13 AM

    What’s that got to do with the price of fish…for Pete’s sake?

    OMG…The ramblings of a LUNATIC!!!!!!!..Can someone just give some DUVA to this ROTTEN FISH already!!!

    As for the democracy fighters in Sydney…Vinaka, vinaka, vinaka.

    Our time will come….when it’s HIS time for us. Amen!

  14. February 22, 2009 11:32 AM

    Na boci ga na boci!

  15. FreeFIJI permalink
    February 22, 2009 4:12 PM

    Vinaka Jese ..vacav lose yakavi?

  16. OjO permalink
    February 22, 2009 10:07 PM

    There something rancid occurring in Fiji with the pending involvement of Chodo, what are these bastards up too.

    It seems the elections and the road back to democracy is all but a dream, I do believe the time is upon us to seek retribution and restore what is rightly ours, these people take delectation in the misery of the people.

    “An inflated consciousness is always egocentric and conscious of nothing but its own existence. It is incapable of learning from the past, incapable of understanding contemporary events, and incapable of drawing right conclusions about the future. It is hypnotized by itself and therefore cannot be argued with. It inevitably dooms itself to calamities that must strike it dead”

  17. Keep The Faith permalink
    February 23, 2009 12:42 AM

    Another one bites the dust:

  18. February 23, 2009 9:57 AM

    KTF, I don’t get it plis elaborate…….

  19. Keep The Faith permalink
    February 23, 2009 11:58 PM

    @ ANON: The recently deceased is the Chair of Electoral Commish.

    He is/was uncle to The Shitsa and The Nazi on the Bench who’s mother is a Sahu Khan — thats why they were @ the funeral with their little puppets The Gaytes & The Iyarse –

    The guy was also a key proponent of delaying the elections:

    He would have also appointed Felicity Heffer-star-of-Utube.

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