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PEOPLE POWER

May 9, 2009

“The people are the power” use the power you have, if you stand today and have peaceful march; you are not breaking the law, even if you are breaking the unlawful
Government, remember Acts 5:28] the disciples were not allowed to preach the name of Christ, but they stand and the people followed them. Gods power in the peoples power to over throw evil power. Stand up for the Kingdom of God, who come to set us free; “freedom” and God will be with you: Peaceful march, tee-shirts banners, blogging set us free”

We are a government for the People by the People or else we have no reason to exist

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. meme permalink
    May 9, 2009 8:57 AM

    i think everyone should wear their underwear on the outside of their trousers , like superman and wonderwoman !

  2. Tim permalink
    May 9, 2009 9:19 AM

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-05/08/content_11334764.htm

    So the question for Pacific Island countries (and one that is obviously worrying Bubba) is – which is the better investment?
    Fiji is traditionally a hub – but also now TRADITIONALLY racked by coups.
    Apia ain’t too far with not too shabby infrastructure, and without too much investment probably a better proposition.
    It now has a record of stability.
    Shame about that aye Bubba? Fiji is ONLY a hub out of tradition.
    In all other aspects, Apia or even elsewhere is a better proposition EVEN when you consider flight times, aircraft fuel tank capacity, accomodation and all that kind of stuff.
    Do we shit shovel good investment after bad? or do we ………..
    Times are tough. It seems pretty blodoy obvious to many. Is Bubba now waking up?

  3. Tim permalink
    May 9, 2009 10:51 AM

    Was Shaista Shameem aware that the $2million thief was lying when he denied knowing Ravindra or that they were blood brothers? Did she conspire in denying the late Ravindra his human right – the right to live in dignity?
    Please Victor! Do bears shit in the woods?
    And please Mahen!……A final admission!. Is it for want of a sympathy trip or that you’ve had some sort of epithany?
    Based on record, the former is more likely. But DO NOT expect those you’ve fucked over to have sympathy over any genuine feelings of a loss you would want to portray. You had ample opportunity to consider things before it all happened.
    Face up to your guilt and don’t expect that it should be shared.

  4. Tim permalink
    May 9, 2009 10:55 AM

    I know – let’s have some dialogue! Tariana and Keith will come and make ya feel beter! Let’s talk it all through shall we? Mahen – I know ya didin’t really mean it. And Bubba – how cruel they all are. Frank’s misundertood but how you are so missing out on sympathy. May they all visit and impart their infinite wisdom as well as a few treats and trinkets.
    We all know ya meant well!

  5. Tim permalink
    May 9, 2009 2:30 PM

    F Y I :
    http://www.michaelfield.org/hot%20bread.htm

  6. EnufDictatorship permalink
    May 9, 2009 4:24 PM

    Could the above saga with Hot Bread to do with this, maybe? PEOPLE POWER is mentioned in the 4th paragraph.

    http://www.thedaily.com.au/news/2009/apr/20/brave-fijian-willing-face-jail/

    Brave Fijian willing to face jail

    12:00a.m. 20th April 2009

    | By Mark Bode
    Brave Fijian willing to face jail

    Fighting For Justice: Fijian businesswoman Mere Samisoni is visiting the Sunshine Coast and is critical of what is happening in her homeland. Photo:John McCutcheon/JM182141

    At 70, Mere Samisoni possesses a resolve that propels her like a supercharged vintage car.

    And despite being ousted as a Fijian MP in 2006 following the military coup that still grips the country and causes her much despair, she radiates a cheerful optimism that illuminates her attractive, angular face.

    People power will result in good triumphing over evil, Ms Samisoni firmly believes, and the illegitimate government of military chief and prime minister Frank Bainimarama will go the way of other despotic regimes.

    Ms Samisoni, who owns a chain of 29 bakeries across Fiji, arrived at the Sunshine Coast on Friday to receive a doctorate of business administration at a University of the Sunshine Coast graduation ceremony that night.

    A highly-qualified nurse in Australia for many years before returning to Fiji in 1979, she did her doctorate externally from her Suva home through a joint initiative between USC and the Training Productivity Authority of Fiji.

    Ms Samisoni laughs when asked if she was the oldest person at the graduation ceremony.

    “Probably,” she says.

    For an interview at Mooloolaba’s Seaview Resort, she has chosen to drape her statuesque frame in a teal-coloured silk-organza shawl that bears a USC pin, which she proudly points out.

    Her tightly-curled black hair rises high over a refulgent smile and a fresh olive complexion that belies her age.

    Ms Samisoni’s a vocal critic of Mr Bainimarama and his cronies at a time when dissenting views to that of the government are increasingly dealt with more harshly.

    The granddaughter of a chief and a first cousin of Fiji’s first prime minister, Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara, this blueblood is prepared to go to jail for what she believes in.

    In fact, she is convinced she will be jailed, having already been detained briefly by police on two separate occasions

    “They’re a dictatorship; a totalitarian government,” she says.

    “Their numbers are very small. They don’t even understand the meaning and principles of democracy and the rule of law. You have to stand up and be counted, to the extent that they send you to prison.”

    Ms Samisoni, whose English ancestors arrived in Fiji in the 1800s, returns to the island on Saturday to continue the fight – and hopefully resume her MP duties one day.

    She says juxtaposing her doctoral thesis, which focused on how Fiji could turn perceived problems into business opportunities, against Mr Bainimarama’s rule presents a polar view of what is best for the country.

    Ms Samisoni places people ahead of technology and profit. Strengthening a people’s collective character is the key to nation-building, she says.

    “Mine is a holistic approach: trust, respect, integrity,” she says. “Man is made up of more than just money.”

  7. Mark Manning permalink
    May 10, 2009 7:03 AM

    Attorney General’s key adviser , released from prison :-
    http://www.news.com.au/story/0,,25413078-1248,00.html

  8. May 11, 2009 2:33 AM

    The power of the people in Fiji is the only solution to the crisis and that should be activated as soon as possible with peaceful protest and that people from the village to the city should unite and get rid of this dictator and his cronies. othertwise suffer the consequences.

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