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Samoan PM’s attack ‘unpacific’ says Fiji’s illegal PM

February 26, 2009

Well what does the pig, Vore expect when his treasonous actions themselves are ‘unpacific!’ He expects the Pacific Islands Forum to accept the crap he keeps churning out when they know full well the majority of Fijians did not support or condone his coup. How can Tonga say Fiji’s problem is between the interim government and the peoples of Fiji, when the majority of the peoples of Fiji do not agree or condone the pigs coup? How can Tonga maintain its stance, when people are being intimidated by the Military and there is no freedom of speech without reprisal in Fiji? SWM appreciates Samoan PM Sailele’s condemnation of the pig, Vore because he is the only true son of the Pacific and unlike his Tongan counterpart who likes to think of himself as a true friend of Fiji! The Tongan PM is acting like Nero, whom history records played the fiddle whilst Rome burnt! Once again PM Sailele, SWM says – you are a true of the Pacific and fa’fetai lava!!!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

The Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says the Samoan Prime Minister, Hon.Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, has gone too far in his public statements regarding Fiji and its current Government and leadership. Bainimarama says it is most unprofessional and unbecoming of a Head of Government of a fellow Forum member country, to make public statements about another Forum member country and its leader. He says Fiji and Samoa have always enjoyed close working relationship bilaterally and from time to time friendly rivalries, particularly in the sporting field. And the recent attacks by the Samoan Prime Minister is definitely “unpacific” and unwarranted. Bainimarama adds Fiji likewise will never comment about any other country’s Government and/or leadership, and expects at least the same level of reciprocity from a close neighbour such as Samoa. The Samoan PM had called Bainimarama a liar, accusing him of lying to the Forum of Fiji adherence to the election deadline. Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

23 Comments leave one →
  1. February 26, 2009 2:04 AM

    Well,well,well idiot what do you expect. Unpacific my bum grow up and meet the real world and stop being a crybaby. You liar.

    Cava nanuma, na veiliutaki e ka ni vakatatalo.

    Dina ga o JW, NA BOCI GA NA BOCI……….hahahahahaha……

  2. Lusianna permalink
    February 26, 2009 2:10 AM

    It bugs them big time when people like the Samoan PM attacks their mad leader.

    It is like this write up by another wanker that enjoys the freedom else where.


  3. meme permalink
    February 26, 2009 2:22 AM

    I wonder what the voices in Frank’s head are saying each time he internalises ?

  4. fuggedaboutit permalink
    February 26, 2009 2:48 AM

    Don’t know why the Fiji Times allow the kind of bullshit Thakur Ranjit Singh keeps writing to be printed. Anyways that F#*@%wit Frank should be the last person to call Tuilaepa unpacific. He doesn’t realise or won’t admit that he spat in the Forum Leaders’ faces when they offered an olive branch and he refused to attend the meeting.

    If it’s true that the B@$t@rd was at Village Six during the time the Forum Meeting was held in PNG then it is a sad day indeed for this country. Thanks to the Samoan PM for voicing what so many people in Fiji have thought all along.

  5. February 26, 2009 3:19 AM

    Well when the truth hurts your feeling, you will definitely come out charging like a bull to try and defend yourself.
    The comments by the Samoan PM was true in every sense of the word so do the honorable thing step down.
    Give back to the people what is rightfully theirs.

  6. Kingrat permalink
    February 26, 2009 3:32 AM

    hey dede sega na update mai na IG post. sega beka na news. F87655 all of them. as for this post Frank sonalevu

  7. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    February 26, 2009 4:10 AM

    From Intelligentsya

    An English Lesson: Defining What “Pacific” means

    Bainimarama’s lame response to the Samoan PM’s outstanding ass-whooping requires a quick and dirty english lesson on Definitions.

    First off, the dictionary (only FJD$5 at the local bookshops Mr Leweni) defines Pacific as:

    “pa+cif+ic (pə’sifik) adj 1. tending or conducive to peace; conciliatory. 2. not aggressive; opposed to the use of force 3. free from conflict; peaceful”.

    Google (which is free for the junta guys illegally freeloading on public funded GOVNET services) defines Pacific as:

    “disposed to peace or of a peaceful nature; “the pacific temper seeks to settle disputes on grounds of justice rather than by force”; “a quiet and peaceable person”; “in a peaceable and orderly manner”

    So in assessing the military Junta’s record to date, let’s see who really understands what Pacific means.

    Wrestling power from an elected Government – “Unpacific”
    Subjecting citizens to unwarranted torture – “Unpacific”
    Expelling expats for reasons still largely unclear – “Unpacific”
    Threatening gainfully employed citizens on religious/ethnic grounds – “Unpacific”
    Stealing from national coffers – “Unpacific”
    Causing political havoc in the South Pacific region – “Unpacific”

    And The list goes on and on and on and on (and on and on).

    The jury will not be out on this one Bainimarama. Tuilaepa, the rest of the Forum leaders (even Australia and New Zealand) and taxpayers in this country all know what Pacific means.

    You and your spin doctors on the other hand need need to arm yourselves with dictionaries before your open your mouths.

    Better still – step down. Today would be just beaut.

  8. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    February 26, 2009 4:13 AM

    A previous post

    What about these lies from bananasinpyjamas today?

    “”””Bainimarama adds Fiji likewise will never comment about any other country’s Government and/or leadership, and expects at least the same level of reciprocity from a close neighbour such as Samoa.”””””

    I can remember very nasty remarks from bananas against Helen Clark; ie “Queen of the Pacific” and nasty remarks against Australia’s PM.

    Now for the truth!

    “””The Samoan PM had called Bainimarama a liar, accusing him of lying to the Forum of Fiji adherence to the election deadline.””

    One can only concur with the Samoan PM’s assessment of the lying, thieving excuse for a human being ruining Fiji.

  9. Celua Niumataiwalu permalink
    February 26, 2009 4:37 AM

    it appears that they have finally shut down the live support machine on the old solivakasama blog was it the military or what that hacked in and killed it?

  10. Frida permalink
    February 26, 2009 6:07 AM

    Vinaka ex-Fiji tourist for the definition of “PACIFIC” and I hope all the BEM’s in green will be able to take it back to their dumb leader and gain remind him that before he speaks he should get his facts together. He is still talking about political leadership in the 19th and part of the 20th century. he must be reminded that the worls is one big island and we are all connected in varied ways – there may be oceans that divide us physically and that is easily overcome in a matter of minutes and hours.

    I believe that pressure must be put on the other paific island leaders and teach their wannabe stupid brother in Fiji some lessons of leadership. being criticised by one and any comes with the position and one must rise above that and react proffessionally. In the pig’s case – throw the twoel in and face the end music of the whole drama.

  11. Celua Niumataiwalu permalink
    February 26, 2009 6:32 AM

    sorry its back on again 🙂

  12. Peace Pipe permalink
    February 26, 2009 8:00 AM

    I was expecting fireworks from the pig in response to PM of Samoa’s truthful no holds barred comments about him. All he can say was it was unprofessional and unpacific. It amazes all that he can call others what in fact is what he really is. He is amongst other useless qualities so unprofessional and definitely unpacific. So can he tell us if conducting a coup a pacific way? Is lying and stealing professional?. Looks to me the pig is gutless to say anything harsh to the Samoan PM because he knows Samoas pm is telling the truth and will give back to him in the manner he deserves. We need leaders like him to help restore people rights not those sitting on the fence and saying its internal matters to be resolved by its people. How can we resolve anything with a lunatic army leader who’s got guns and goons. We are also not a sovereign state as like to always claim Fiji to be. Its a dictatorship.

  13. Celua Niumataiwalu permalink
    February 26, 2009 8:05 AM

    breaking news the Bangladesh Boarder Guards, 65,000 strong are staging a mutiny against their military senior officers and their low pay and rations compared to their military superiors……….I hope Vore is paying his man well

  14. Jean d'Ark permalink
    February 26, 2009 9:34 AM

    Nice one EFT!

    I wonder if these guys are sensing the writing on the wall as far as the Forum is concerned?

    Bringing back white-man-hater Vunibobo smacks of desperation and suggests they are simply going to re-double their efforts to try and “isolate” Australia & NZ, or failing that, to split the Forum.

    But the growing impatience of Salele and Talagi and others with Frank’s bad behaviour strongly suggests that horse has already bolted, and there will be little appetite for it amongst the island leaders.

    Better then for them to just accept that people aren’t stupid, and that, as the old saying goes, can’t be fooled all the time. Especially not by any old lame-brained lie made up as they go by Frank and his media cell.

  15. Tim permalink
    February 26, 2009 10:03 AM

    I remember, long long ago when people used to accuse the likes of Helin Kluk and others of being “Chardonay Socialists”.
    It was a derogatory term applied to the comfortably off with a left leaning philosophy. Them that never did it hard and didn’t really understand and the plight of others, or poverty from personal experience. Well it’s all relative here in NZ really because we have a Prime Minister claiming to have done it tuff fffff on the basis of being the product of a solo-mum in a state house struggling to make “enz meat” (whatever that is) – all during an era when it was pretty normal to be assisted by state welfare, and when everyone had a bog in the back yard.
    We’re now in the 21st century however. And what a fantastic mix of Chardonay Socialists, screaming right wing neo-liberals and 3rd wayers we have in this junta – and the result is an absolute bugger’s muddle.
    How the Hell does anyone expect the likes of Frank Bainimarama to cope? Ideologues and extremists pushing in opposite directions “moving Fiji Forward” – or Backwards or in as many directions at the same time to render any sort of cohesive approach completely USELESS!.
    I guess they think that half a dozen with a left leg shorter than the right, and another half dozen having the opposite will somehaow balance things out as they all walk the plank.
    There’s the politically correct Shaista’s and Rouses and Scutts – champions of human rights and the underdog, doing good left right and centre, never fully experiencing any sort of suffering, along with the Samy’s and others who’d sell off their grandmother to make a quick earn. Then there’s Chodo who’s learned that there’s an earn in preaching one thing and doing another (as has Frank). As for some of the so called church “leaders”!@#$%^!
    It’d be funny if it wasn’t such a cruel joke!. A Frank Bainimarma screaming about a Samoan Prime Minister for speaking his mind, and trying to call him out for less than he’s guilty of himself!.
    Noone is fooled Frank! – You’re a buffoon and you’ll probably be the last person on Earth to realise it.

  16. Tim permalink
    February 26, 2009 10:15 AM

    The point about the above diatribe is that such a bugger’s muddle might make progress IF they were participants in a Parliamentary Democracy (perish the thought – there are others better able). But as it stands there’s a load of pretenders who can’t make the cut on their merits which is why they’re so frightened of testing an electorate’s will – and by the way they’re very comfortable JUST the way things are.
    Next we’ll hear that Thakhur fella talking about “family values”! How can an old bugger like that have escaped aquiring any wisdom? Was he wearing rose coloured glasses when shit happened?

  17. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    February 26, 2009 10:16 AM

    I think it was Magellan who saw a vast peaceful ocean and called it the Pacific [peaceful] Ocean.

  18. Tim permalink
    February 26, 2009 10:22 AM

    @EFT: All the better to call my own said Frank

  19. February 27, 2009 7:17 AM

    I’m sorry, but PM Sailele’s jibes at Vore were as Pacific as they come.

    How many times you been in your village and watched the children playing? When you’ve got 1 kid who tries to get in and bully the others, there’s always the smarter kid (whose parents love and support him / her) that comes in and ‘spoils’ the bully kid in a way that makes everyone else laugh and say ‘Koya!’ and ‘Maleka!’.

    That’s what this was like. Vore is the bully kid, and PM Sailele is the adored smart kid who defends everyone else by pointing out, in no uncertain terms, how stupid Vore is being and, conversely, how silly the rest of us are being to listen to Vore.

    God bless PM Sailele and the people of Samoa
    God bless Fiji

  20. tualeita permalink
    February 27, 2009 9:53 AM

    Voreqe was told to his face he was a liar and all he could come up with was “unpacific”!

    His not denying the comment and lack of a stronger response proves that the Samoan PM was absolutely spot on!

  21. Soul of Fiji permalink
    March 1, 2009 3:09 AM

    Frank’s version of the PACIFIC WAY is
    1.Take whatever you want when you want it……

  22. Soul of Fiji permalink
    March 1, 2009 3:13 AM

    2. COUP is normal
    3. Being a BIG BULLY
    4. Be a CRY BABY
    5. Steal and covert whatever you fancy
    6. Everyone is a liar
    7. Democracy is really dictatorship
    8. I know what is good for you

  23. March 3, 2009 1:31 AM

    The Pacific is a big place and while Fiji is somewhere near the middle of it, we are but one of many players in the region.

    In particular, our dictator should never forget that the Pacific is flanked by two great democracies, the United States of America and Australia.

    And he should also remember that these nations, along with New Zealand and all the Pacific Forum countries, are well aware of what he is doing to Fiji and of the illegality of his actions.

    Take, for example, the US State Departments 2008 Human Rights Report on Fiji, which was released yesterday. It is a further damning indictment of our dictator and the mess he is making of our beloved nation.

    Despite the report’s measured bureaucratic language, the picture that emerges is of a small nation gradually succumbing to the incompetency and corruption of a ruthless dictator.

    Having just criticized Samoan PM Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi for his assessments on the situation in Fiji, will Frank now take issue with Barack Obama?

    Here’s the link to the report:

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