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SWM’s smart strategies….

March 11, 2009

Bloggers, Fiji’s political, economic and social status continues to plunge below the waves, whilst the illegal junta continue to appoint themselves to top jobs. These so-called experts from Australian and New Zealand have unashamedly sold off their souls for short term gains at the expense of the local experts who should have been offered these jobs based on merit. SWM will be lobbying the various PM’s of Australia, New Zealand and the rest of the Forum nations, extending to the EU and UN to enact laws making it illegal and unlawful for its citizens to assist or be employed by an illegal regime. This we believe will greatly work towards stopping the coup culture in the Fiji because most of these so-called ‘experts’ are from these regions! SWM believes it is not right that they can get away by being employed by Fiji’s illegal junta when their very actions would be deemed as treason, if committed in their own countries! This is smart strategy we are embarking on and SWM gives notice to all these so-called ‘experts’ to start packing your bags!

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  1. March 11, 2009 4:09 AM

    Voreqe knows nothing about running a government.
    Why doesn’t he just shut the government down and hand it over to these expatriate Indian consultants, paid for by the taxpayers. Besides, who would support the Pig unless he paid these Indo-carpetbaggers a handsome sum.

  2. March 11, 2009 4:10 AM

    For these people their citizenship or PR should be revoked, if not then they should be prosecuted by their adopted country.

  3. soro permalink
    March 11, 2009 4:27 AM

    SWM – please give us the email addresses and Mailing addresses of the appropriate authorities in NZ and Aust, so we can write to them expressing our disappointment in their citizens who persist in raping our country with their treasonous acts.

    Vinaka.

  4. Tim permalink
    March 11, 2009 5:55 AM

    @soro: Most people in NZ or Australia know already. The opportunists are usually those that couldn’t make it at home, or they sought some nice little retirement number abroad in the full knowledge that if things got too tough, they could always head home and boost the social welfare statistics – resort management people included in that, but more importantly tainted old hacks now acting as advisors, consultants, solicitors general, academics and a number of others. Their sorry asses are well pegged. Often they’re mates or aquintances of junta apologists that have invited them or suggested they come have a free-ride amongst the “friendly natives”. A better caeer move though would have been to stay away – they’ve aspired to mix with the lowest. And what happens when they fail at that? It ain’t gonna look too pretty. Even Heffernan (innocent and naiive as she is) may very well be pushing shit up hill in the future

  5. March 11, 2009 6:10 AM

    Bula Soro, the immigration department can address these issues.
    Just like the permanent sectary to the president when his son’s visa was revoked.

  6. Frida permalink
    March 11, 2009 6:35 AM

    Now that Fiji will be removed from the Commonwealth, what happens to our missions in this countries that are also wasting our hard earned cash since they cannot and have not been able to understand and recognise the impact of his actions or inactions in taking Fiji back to democratic rule. I believe that countries like Australia, New Zealand and the UK especially should list the so called representatives of Fiji in theor countries as person non-grata just as we have continuosly done to NZ. The forum should also do that especially PNG.

  7. EnufDictatorship permalink
    March 11, 2009 8:48 AM

    Vinaka SWM.

    Maybe the countries where these nationals come from should be asked what’s their policy on their nationals coming over to make a buck or two at the expense of our democracy and freedom?

    They want the illegal regime to hold elections asap BUT their nationals are able to exercise their democractic rights as citizens of their country to come and take advantage of our loss. Seems hypocritical and one that will continue to perpetuate this coup cycle; the fabric of society we are trying to BURN AND GET RID OF COMPLETELY!

    So go Smart Strategies Go!

  8. March 11, 2009 8:59 AM

    Now we are talking folks!!!

  9. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 10:11 AM

    A good initiative and I hope it was being implemented some time ago .
    so now the I.G. has managed to save $25,000,000 a year with a hydro scheme , but no mention of the $9,975,000,000 lost because of the coup !
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=116574

  10. Peace Pipe permalink
    March 11, 2009 11:17 AM

    Thank you SWM, this is coming somewhat late but better late than never. I suppose we have been patient with the nerdy pig who we hoped would do the right thing yet we somehow figured that he would not give up power for reasons we know very well. After two year dealing with this scoundrel we have got him pretty well sussed out. We know he wants to hang on to power and have his fill to the monetary opportunities that is available to him. We know that he knows he will be in Naboro as soon as he gives in. But we should not let one man’s desperate attempt to avoid the long hands of the law affect the nation. So we must take necessary actions such as those mentioned by SWM. Yes I agree that most of the expatriates are villains for having joined an illegal immoral govt. Their actions are detrimental to the cause of democracy and they should be punished for that. Just look at their ruling that the retiring age should be lowered to 55. Even injustice byrnes looks over 70 and why is he still working. Cranky Frank is on 55 and therefore should retire. What is going on in this govt is a sham. Lets move forward with the smart strategies swm.

  11. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 12:12 PM

    Retire the civil servants early so they can be replaced by I.G. cronies and unscrupulous Indians and Muslim sympathisers .
    Go Chindia go !

  12. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 3:17 PM

    Get rid of civil servants and replace them with more complying small tin can toy soldiers like Frank , Driti , Leweni , the others .

  13. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 9:49 PM

    As for writing to Governments to implement laws to stop their respective citizens becoming involved in other countries illegal regimes , I already did that over 14 months ago , so collectively , between us , something constructive may have been achieved by now . I’ve also asked the Australian Government to focus on bank accounts which had money deposited by what seemed to be , the Indian Consulate here in Sydney and to decide whether or not , International Law was broken by that Government , in that those monies seem to have possibly been used to implement the latest coup in Fiji . So let’s wait and see if anything comes from that also !

  14. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 9:52 PM

    my Father used to tell me , you can take a horse to water , but a pencil must be lead !
    And I think it’s the same for Frank , nothing will make him drink , once you get to the water :-
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=116577
    Who’s is going to make Frank pay ?
    Will this Judge be taken up to the camp ?

  15. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 10:26 PM

    Does this ruling now pave the way for a legal challenge in the International court for the arrest of Frank and those involved in this illegal act of Crimes against Humanity . Will someone assist this man in his fight for justice against Frank and Co. in the International Courts ?
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=116578
    Can we keep the court cases coming ?

  16. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 10:34 PM

    I can feel a xxxx ( 4 x ) coming on !
    It’s an old jingle for a popular Queensland beer .
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=116579
    In time , the excuse for not accepting this bodies findings , will be that Chaudhry is overseas and didn’t attend .
    It’s really starting to sound like the mad hatters tea party and I have to wonder , is Alice in wonderland going to chair the meeting , will she herself be in attendance ?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_hatter

    http://images.google.com/images?client=safari&rls=en&q=mad+hatters+tea+party&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=Rxm4SZqmNYzXkAXk4NnsCQ&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&resnum=1&ct=title

  17. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 10:39 PM

    Will this be Frank’s legacy ?
    :-http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=116592

  18. Mark Manning permalink
    March 11, 2009 10:43 PM

    It’s never too late to repent Frank :-

    Food for the soul :-

    Frank will have plenty of time to learn these words to this song soon :-

  19. March 12, 2009 7:22 AM

    Vinaka SWM. Could you please make one of those Smart Strategies to ask the UN to desist from deploying Fiji’s military in peacekeeping activities, until after a return to free and fair elections? They have banned us from more peacekeeping, but let’s really slash Vore’s pockets and stop it altogether.
    Perhaps he won’t engage his brain until he’s REALLY hurting.
    God bless Fiji

  20. Peace Pipe permalink
    March 12, 2009 11:01 AM

    Thats a good one FijiGirl. We should ask UN to stop all current peace keeping duties till there is a credible and legitimate govt back in power in Fiji. He must be made to feel the pinch very painfully. This will also affect his soldiers who had supported the vermin in his coup. They will realise that the pig has done was to their own detriment and loss and therefore would hopefully rebel against the pig. We must try to shut off all the taps that fill the coffers which is being hogged voraciously by the pig and his piglets. Everything is hitting hard now with the effect of the floods, global crisis, fall in tourism, lower sugar in 2009 etc. The only obstacle I see now is the Chinese lending a helping hand to the culprits in providing funds. Maybe SWM should also write to the Chines to tell them that they are doing the wrong thing. They should defer assisting till a legal govt is appointed. If China held off for a little longer then perhaps it would speed up the collapse of this awful regime and then they could help out a representative govt. Now the silly fools are forming a group to work out ways of economic recovery. I can bet that it is just a waste of time and they will achieve nothing.

  21. March 13, 2009 8:12 PM

    PP – I’m not sure the Chinese will listen. Please look at Discombobulated Bubu’s excellent posting which explains a lot.
    http://discombobulatedbubu.blogspot.com/search/label/The%20Chinese%20Monkey%20King

    The illegal regime is doing something stupid with trying to take money from China AND Taiwan at the same time. Hopefully that will come back to bite them (but not the rest of us) on the a*se.

    The Chinese govt want our precious metals (they’re already taking our bauxite from the interior) and any other natural resources that would help them achieve their homeland goals. If we found oil tomorrow you can bet your sweet patootie the Chinese would lap it up before Vore had time to shake himself. The South Korean government is not as craven as the Chinese govt, but definitely in the same league. They want jobs jobs jobs … for their own people.

    And as for India – if we found oil tomorrow, Chodo would be under strict instructions from his anonymous master in Haryana to siphon it all off to Mother India and leave us with not one drop. Colonialism was never this corrupt.

    But yes, cutting off the peacekeeping duties is a step in the right direction for us.
    God bless Fiji

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