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The latest Dictator is worried sick

May 11, 2009

Bainimarama is very scared at the moment, according to one of his bodyguard on his email to SWM that  this morning he could not sleep until 3am,he is finding dificulty breathing he can smell that his end is coming near,he is beggining to curse Epeli Ganilau and Kaiyuum blaming them for coup.After every meal he has to run to the toilet to spew, the email that we received say’s it has been happening for the last couple months,and this is not normal he for the Dictator.

SWM would like to thank its members in the Fiji military for the information that they are giving out and your refusal to obey Driti’s order.

Fiji’s interim government says Australia and New Zealand’s desire to have it suspended from the Pacific Islands Forum was because they wanted to tighten their geopolitical strong hold on the region.

Fiji was suspended from the Forum on May the 2nd for failing to hold democratic elections.

Interim Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has told Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat program he can’t understand why Australia and New Zealand fail to recognise that the system of democracy in Fiji is currently flawed.

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    11 Comments leave one →
    1. meme permalink
      May 11, 2009 2:27 PM

      Khaiyum is such an incompetent lawyer!! It is unbelievable to se how ignorant an stupid he is all throughout .He must be so thick and full of deceptions !

    2. May 11, 2009 2:56 PM

      Kaiyum is a bastard and too much vesu mona.Waraka tagane o na yavu mai vakasovu. Tamata kaisi bokola.Au na gunuva vakamalua na nomu dra me yacova ni kani iko na ULO.

    3. May 11, 2009 10:18 PM

      Read my blogs on Khaiyum. I have been thinking about the statements he has been making in recent days. My view now is that he appears to have mental health issues.

      And if Dictator Bainimarama is also having health issues, both physical and mental, then surely those with a conscience in the military can take action as soon as possible to rid Fiji of these pariahs.

    4. May 11, 2009 11:01 PM

      There is an excellent analysis of illegal interim Minister for Justice MyArse’s total lack of logic to be found on

      Vore, MyArse and the Chodopu$$y all share the common trait of refusing to acknowledge their own fault by complete denial, and falsely accusing innocent parties.

      The system of democracy in Fiji may have had some flaws (subject to debate – in Parliament) but it certainly was a darn sight better than the sh*t-for-brains system we have trying to run things at the moment.

      Cast your minds back to October 2006. Now look at Fiji today. Hands up who thinks we are better off now?

      God bless Fiji

    5. Peace Pipe permalink
      May 12, 2009 12:42 AM

      What crap is this pipsqeak ag trying to throw out using fancy words just to try and impress whereas it just mean the same repeated unnecessarily. Australia and NZ are light years away in advancement so they would know so much more than what the bullshit iarse is spewing out. Ohh someone just get rid of this pestering vermin.

      As for iarse’s brainless boss its good he is suffering from this psychological dementia for putting the country through its unwarranted wholesale deterioration. He has realised that his actions and subseqeunt coverups and lies are not working as we are not soldiers who just obey commands and do not see through the cover of deception behind their boss’s deviousness.

    6. sniper permalink
      May 12, 2009 1:04 AM

      The illegal Minister of Justice and his mate the illegal Prime Minister, must have rocks in their heads, I often wonder how their bank balance in those different countries are going, and how much they have increased by. There is no doubt in my mind that they have one thought and one thought only, how much they can screw the life out of Fiji for their own deceitful purposes. I have come to the conclusion that every breath they take is a sin. I wonder how much Banimarama deposited in his recent trips . They may be able to pull the wool over the eyes of the locals, but not the rest of the world. To the people of Fiji I say, FREEDOM and power to the people forever. Go to the mattresses.

    7. Mark Manning permalink
      May 12, 2009 1:28 AM

      It sounds like Frank has developed an ulcer of some type !

    8. May 12, 2009 1:42 AM

      The removal of a democratic system that was put in place by the people is a crime. But for Frank it was a duty where by he denied the people their God given right of choosing right over wrong which is done during elections. He thinks that he can play God and make decisions for the people, sorry mate, your decisions are beginning to haunt you, don’t blame others cause you are the top man pulling all the strings.
      Its never to late to hand over the decisions making to the people and let them choose their leaders.
      The ball is in your court, you can kick it or play with it, the final outcome will be yours.

    9. EnufDictatorship permalink
      May 12, 2009 7:02 AM

      What Aiarse fails to fathom is the understanding that ANY system has its flaws..whether it’s a democracy or not.

      But what intelligent beings have developed are channels and ways that these flaws can be minimised!

      Heck even in the UK now a political scandal is brewing where the politicians have been caught of using taxpayers’ money to claim for stuff like buying dog food! FGS!!!!!! If, that is the UK can you imagine what the ILLEGALS in Fiji are doing with all the taxpayers’ money?

      So, Airase, give us back what is ours and we can find solutions to our problems ourselves, without bullies cocking their guns to our heads.

    10. Mosese permalink
      May 12, 2009 7:04 AM

      Is it true? Someone told me that his cousin seen in Fiji “SYE” on a wall somewhere, which they say stands for SA YALA EKE. Has anyone seen it?? I read blogs all the time but I don’t write anything but I haven’t seen no blogging on it!!

    11. May 12, 2009 3:15 PM

      Both Frank and Aiyaz have stomach ulcers and have problem with breathing in the night. This is the proof that they have caused so much miseries to the Fiji people who have lost their jobs as a result of the 2006 coup and their children have dropped out of school and find it hard to put food on the table. Sources close to the military regime report that Frank, his cabinet ministers and close allies in govt. and the private sector will be having a big celebration at the Natadola Resort this week-end for its official opening whilst most of Fiji’s people are suffering from hunger. It’s no wonder Frank and Aiyaz find it hard to breath at night. Soon they will be on their trip to Naboro where they rightly belong.

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