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PM’s Office defends move – but its no use says SWM!

March 21, 2009

Yadra bloggers, even with all the security in the world, it will still never make the pig, Vore ‘feel safe’.  The citizens of Fiji are not trying to assassinate him, so why all the security? It is because his pursuer is spiritual and not physical. That is why with all his bodyguards surrounding him, truth like Qarase’s speech in Australia, several thousands kilometers away can still make him shudder in fear and squeal like a pig. Vore’s pursuer can never be fought against using physical force and as a matter of fact, the more he tries to barricade himself in is indicative of how much pressure his pursuer is putting on him. SWM would like to warn Vore, your pursuer will hound you to your grave unless you repent and confess your sins! It’s still not too late Vore!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

THE interim Prime Minister Voreqe Bain-imarama is entitled to normal security like any other prime minister.

Prime Minister’s permanent secretary Parmesh Chand said Mr Bainimarama had moved on a temporary basis to the home that former chief justice Daniel Fatiaki occupied during his term.

“Proper security fencing has to be provided as with any other prime minister,” he said.

“Funding for the fencing will have to be borne by the Government.”

Military spokesman Major Neumi Leweni refused to comment on the cost of fencing, which ministry’s budget it would come out of and how long the repairs would take.

“You people are getting too petty,” he said. “I will not comment on that.”

Attempts to get a comment from permanent secretary Finance Peceli Vocea proved futile.

“His decision is the height of insensitivity, given the profound financial difficulties that the citizens of Fiji are going through,” said Ted Young of the Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party. He said there was no specific allocation for major capital works to Mr Bainimarama’s residence in the 2009 Budget.

He questioned where the funds would be sourced from to pay for renovations, to the Chief Justice’s official residence to temporarily house Mr Bainimarama.

National Federation Party general secretary Parmod Rae said the change in Mr Bainimarama’s residence to a civilian property was “a bit suspicious”.

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13 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark Manning permalink
    March 21, 2009 1:24 AM

    Which is Frank’s reality ?

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    March 21, 2009 1:42 AM

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    March 21, 2009 2:03 AM

    Frank’s destiny :-

  4. Asgrocky permalink
    March 21, 2009 7:34 AM

    Hello everyone
    Blogging from Sydney.Was listening to the fijian radio station this morning. Heard the bridge in Navuso is completed or near it. Plans underway to buid a bridge in Bua, Dravuwalu, Babaceva in Kadavu and Vuniniudrovu. The purpose it seems is for easy logging access for marketing.

    After the news announcement, this is what the host stated “Sa da marautaka tiko na veika sa vakayacora tiko na matanitu”

    Just wondering if the comment was a slip which I doubt or he is just pro-ig.

  5. EnufDictatorship permalink
    March 21, 2009 9:12 AM

    And what exactly do these minority parties say about all these UNNECCESSARY COSTS???? REALLY can someone look into ALL the people attending this forum. Are they all legit with good intentions FOR the people or just themselves???

    Minority parties no threat: SDL

    Saturday, March 21, 2009

    Update: 1:07PM THE Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua Party is aware of smaller parties’ plan to bloc vote at the third political parties meeting next month, says its national director Peceli Kinivuwai.

    He says parties like the General Voters Party are no threat to them because they do not command the respect and support of voters.

    Yesterday, GVP spokesman Fred Caine said minority political parties would bloc vote in support of interim Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the upcoming President’s Political Dialogue Forum.
    End of story

  6. Keep The Faith permalink
    March 21, 2009 10:22 AM

    It’s hardly surprising. The coup of 6/12 has been all about minorities trying to usurp power from the majority.

    Fred Caine needs to start rowing his canoe back to where-the-fcuk-ever he came from….ditto for all the rest of the small-time political “minnows” who rep only themselves. No wonder Rabuka called for elections at a later date! It now appears to be the position of the defunct, irrelevant and hellow unpopular SDL party.

    Everyone wants to be a slum-dog millionaire at the expense of the tax-payers it seems.

    Remember these losers when it’s bonafide “tick-time” folks.

  7. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    March 22, 2009 6:43 AM

    from RFN

    “””Military insiders name attackers
    March 22, 2009
    Our military insiders who gave us the information that Sakiusa Raivoce was on Frank’s hit list have spoken once more.

    They say that the order to attack Raivoce and again Rika’s family home came directly from Frank.

    They say it was Ului Mara’s vigilante team led by one Ledua and some of his Lauan relatives who were tasked by Ului to carry out the stoning/burning mission targeted at anti-regime high profile people.

    They also say that this group of selected men are well known to the other military officers who are awaiting civilians to make the first move before they attack from within.

    These group of military officers are no longer worried about what their superior will do with them.

    They say their bosses know who they are but they are scared to touch them knowing that any little spark from within will cause a domino effect that can be very disastrous.

  8. orion permalink
    March 22, 2009 8:47 AM

    EnoughD:
    Believe minority parties should be called “fringe parties”. More # of parties representing one or two people. Only SDL, NFP, FLP and Bedoes parties should be represented as they won significant support in the previous election. The only true measure of support for any party was the last election and none other. Come to think of it, the majority of the people represented by real political parties (three or four parties above) have lesser voice whilst the majority voice in the forum will come from parties representing one or two people. and majority decision from there will be adopted as plaform by the forum to move this country forward towards Voreqes & Sami’s New (Fiji) World Order. Sure recipe for disaster.

  9. Mark Manning permalink
    March 22, 2009 9:22 AM

    Great to hear , at last , that loyal Fiji Military Officers are prepared to fight for their rights , the civilians rights and Democracy .
    Frank is now in a corner with all his cronies with absolutely nowhere , except India or China perhaps , to go .
    Forgiveness yes , but no amnesty , do the crime , serve the time .

  10. Mark Manning permalink
    March 22, 2009 9:28 AM

    It’s time for the Fiji Police Service to set up a Fingerprint Data Base , ( FDB ) for short .
    The fingerprints of all Police and Military personnel and Civil Servants should be on it , serving and past members included .
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=117474
    By the way , does anyone know if the President is sane or insane ?
    Is he involved in this coup ?

  11. March 22, 2009 11:35 AM

    SWM – you know you rock, and all, but please don’t refer to Voreqe Bainimarama as ‘PM’.

    He is the interim PM, or the illegal PM. Feel free to add any other qualifier that indicates his illegitimacy.

    He is not our PM, except by “virtue” of the gun, and his thugs.
    God bless Fiji

  12. Mark Manning permalink
    March 22, 2009 1:17 PM

    Frank isn’t even the Commander is he , wasn’t he sacked while he was in Iraq ? If he was , does that mean he’s still a Commodore ?

  13. EnufDictatorship permalink
    March 23, 2009 10:49 AM

    MM…we can’t really keep track of Frank’s many SELF-PROMOTIONS and titles as it was all done for his boosting his own self-confidence…the poor, sick and delusional man!

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