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Shaista Shameem’s call to kill Fijian Methodist Church leader a human wrong

April 17, 2009

 

As reported on RFN

We can report here that the call to kill the Fijian Methodist Church leader, Tuikilakila Waqairatu, is indeed supported by Aiyaz, Riyaz, Pryde, Shameem, Ud Dean & Co. culminating as a blog post on their IG blog. And we can also confirm that Shaista Shameem was the author of that post knowing that their Aiyaz -led IG bloggers group share the same sentiment. The irate Shaista Shameem just can’t help but scream her fingers out on her laptop keyboard when she is faced with difficult questions exposing the twistedness of her convoluted, impractical, divisive and murderous ideals. She’s angry when fools like us confront them with the very basics of their arguments and blame us for being mundane for telling them like it is. She’s angry that her co-blogger Aiyaz may be giving them the wrong information after all about that 2010 election lie. She’s angry that maybe, what we have told them about Frank and the military council having a totally different plan to their 2010 election plan, is looking so real following Frank’s public announcement, confirming what he told our sources days ago which we reported earlier on. Her blog post to stone a fellow citizen, Tuikilakila

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15 Comments leave one →
  1. Viti permalink
    April 17, 2009 8:18 AM

    All signs of desperate people losing the plot.

    Keep the pressure up folks! We are winning the war!

    Who is scared of who now?

    Yeah keep it up Shitarse, this is exactly what the world wants to hear!

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    April 17, 2009 10:29 AM

    Not bad for a Human Rights Director and a female to boot !
    It may be a case , in the end , of what goes around , comes around .
    http://tvnz.co.nz/world-news/new-vice-president-appointed-in-fiji-2652926/video

  3. Ropate permalink
    April 17, 2009 10:45 AM

    The Reverand Dr Tuikilakila Waqairatu, Phd, is a learned, principled, courageous yet humble man.
    Its no wonder that smart alecs without principle like Shaista Shameem will find the good Reverand a difficult man to convert to their shallow ideologies. In Shaista’s case, analysis of her writings clearly show that she is overcome with her own sense of importance and is nothing but a closet anti-white racist

  4. April 17, 2009 12:01 PM

    Hey “stoned” means something different in her vocabulary. That having been said, she should climb back into her burka.

  5. Tim permalink
    April 17, 2009 1:27 PM

    Guys…the silly bitch is just scared of getting old and insignificant because she thinks she deserves so much more. After all, she’s struggled and toiled, protested all the right issues, been a good fag hag to the dysfunctional, chamioned human rights, and made so many sacrifices – and what thanks has she had? SFA – which is al she deserves.

  6. Lusianna permalink
    April 17, 2009 2:12 PM

    Tim same same all round and what thanks have they received SFA.

    Worse still they will all end up in Gaol for their struggles.

  7. Lusianna permalink
    April 17, 2009 2:33 PM

    UN should quicken the ordeal and send all the soldiers home. With no money these soldiers may do the job we have been hoping for and that is to have an uprising within the camp and rid the madman once and for all.

    -Politics
    NZ politicians criticise UN for using Fiji troops

    Foreign Minister Murray McCully
    Wed, 15 Apr 2009 11:44a.m.

    New Zealand politicians are accusing the United Nations of propping up Fiji’s military regime by using the troubled Pacific nations’ troops for peacekeeping.

    Foreign Minister Murray McCully was yesterday scathing of the assistance the UN was providing the regime which has stripped citizens of rights and shut down freedom of speech.

    The Green Party weighed in today, saying the UN’s approach was “unconscionable”.

    The military, led by Commodore Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama, has run Fiji since staging a coup in 2006.

    Mr McCully said the UN’s continued use of Fijian peacekeepers played into the hands of the interim regime.

    “They sustain the interim regime both in terms of credibility and in terms of cash.

    “It’s very regrettable that the UN continues to do that and, in light of current circumstances, I’ll be raising that issue again directly with them.”

    Green Party foreign affairs spokesman Keith Locke said there were about 282 Fijian troops being used in peacekeeping missions now — fairly steady on pre-coup figures of 269.

    “The UN is helping fund Fiji’s military rulers by continuing to recruit Fijian military personnel for peacekeeping missions,” Mr Locke said.

    “It is unconscionable that the UN is still signing up Fijians peacekeepers more than two years after Cdre Bainimarama took power.”

    Most of the Fijian troops were serving with the United Nations in Iraq.

    “It is deeply ironic that Fiji is involved in rebuilding Iraq. Fiji’s military is more about destroying democracy than restoring it.”

    He called on New Zealand to pressure other nations such as the United States and the Britain on the issue.

    Many former Fijian soldiers work for United Kingdom and US private security firms with lucrative contracts in Iraq, Mr Locke said.

    There were also, he noted, more than 2000 Fijians serving with the British Army, according to a written question in the House of Lords, asked on February 9.

    Fiji has become increasingly unstable in the past few days after its Court of Appeal ruled last Thursday that Cdre Bainimarama’s regime was illegal under the country’s 1997 constitution.

    In response, the country’s ailing 88-year-old president, Ratu Josefa Iloilo, sacked the judges, dissolved the constitution, ruled out any election for five years and briefly removed Cdre Bainimarama before re-appointing him as Prime Minister.

    The military yesterday took over the Reserve Bank in Suva and sacked Governor Savenaca Narbue.

    Local media are being censored, papers are no longer covering political events and international media have been expelled.

    New Zealand and Australia already have trade and travel sanctions in place against Fiji, which is set to become even more isolated.

    The 16-nation Pacific Island Forum had given it until May 1 to set a date for a democratic election or be suspended and the Commonwealth is likely to suspend it.

    NZPA

  8. Katalina Balawanilotu permalink
    April 17, 2009 8:55 PM

    Both the Pacific Island Forum and the Commonwealth

    M U S T

    Stand behind the Fijian population

    Deliver the verdict we want

    Suspend Fiji

  9. Katalina Balawanilotu permalink
    April 17, 2009 9:01 PM

    The call for the killings is good news for us who have been denied mainstream media’s independence. This is the way we can gauge what is truly happening on the ground

    The Church leaders are ruffling the Thugs’ feathers

    I say rally the congregation and take the people to the streets in peaceful marches and candlelight vigils …

    It’s time.

  10. April 17, 2009 10:01 PM

    Oh, I think the quiet and dignified faith of the Fijian Methodists can withstand a hissy fit from the Sh*tster. I agree with Katalina – the Thugs’ feathers are ruffled because they don’t like being shown up for being in the wrong.
    God bless Fiji

  11. cagi permalink
    April 17, 2009 11:02 PM

    Wasn’t this post from last year? Or did the IG blogger just put it on the IG blog?

  12. Mark Manning permalink
    April 18, 2009 1:11 AM

    I wonder how many of these poor buggers supported this and previous coups !
    And how they are going to feed their families , it would be particularly difficult if they have a mortgage and no job to go to .
    I suppose Frank’s Daughter and his cronies could pick up another cheap house at a mortgagee sale as the Banks foreclose once they default on their home mortgages !
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=119447
    ===============================================
    It’s all been done before folks :-
    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Martin_Niemöller

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_they_came..

    What has to happen before one of you stands up for your fellow citizens ?

  13. Lote permalink
    April 20, 2009 8:52 AM

    I havent heard a church minister killing a public figure. Wouldn’t that be so funny.

  14. Isalei permalink
    April 21, 2009 4:18 AM

    Not surprised by the call from this vindicative shrew shitsasa, given what is happening in her Pakistani-Irani-Iraqi-Afghani or wherever her roots are with their Talibani human bombs. She is a human bomb herself and could go off any time soon, her days are numbered. She really did give human rights a big mutilation.

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