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We could execute them without any COMPUNCTION

June 11, 2009

 From the authors of  SA YALA EKE

keitou sa via yavala, na neitou leadership ga e kaya tiko me lako vata kei iratou na lotu.The boys are trigger happy right now.The boys are ready on a moments notice to shoot the current leadership. We are holding them back.Military council doesnot have any support left.na veidabui ga ni kai viti , eratou nanuma tiko  na security council that they still  have it. 

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  1. June 11, 2009 9:22 AM

    Freedom fighters, I sincerely believe that the END doesnt JUSTIFY the MEANS. Think seriously about the IMPLICATIONS of such ACTION, because irrational and erratic behaviour will only yield unnecessary COLATERAL DAMAGE to the whole nation, both socially, politically and economically. Patience is a VIRTUE. God Bless.

  2. Pusiloa permalink
    June 11, 2009 9:37 AM

    Io me caka sara….Sa balavu mai na vosa tiko kei na vakamacala….. Good luck.. we are with you…..

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    June 11, 2009 10:03 AM

    He who resorts to violence, has already lost !
    I advocate a peaceful resolution and a continuation along the lines already adopted by Fijians.
    Continuing to abide by the Rule of Law is the only way to ensure a pasting peace in Fiji and a satisfactory resolution to the ongoing coup culture.
    It’s truly a time for reflection for one and all, to stand back and take a good look in the mirror and to admit and acknowledge where each within the community may have contributed in some way to the last 22 years of instability.
    Take ownership, reflect, forgive and move forward without violence or hatred in your hearts.

  4. Mark Manning permalink
    June 11, 2009 10:05 AM

    fijians are known worldwide for their patience, kindness and love of humanity.
    Don’t be sucked into behaving as badly as Frank and Co.
    If you do, then what example are you setting your children and others and how could you then turn around and ask them to adhere to the Rule of Law if you yourselves don’t .

  5. Rupeni permalink
    June 11, 2009 10:27 AM

    Which rule of law are you referring to?

  6. Restorativejustice permalink
    June 11, 2009 11:00 AM

    Common sense should prevail at both ends. Pride will lead to a fall. Humility will at both ends of the spectrum should be order of the day. Justice should be done but on the pedalstal of mercy.
    Give them Mercy in exchange for liberty
    Give them freedom in exchange for democracy
    Gvie them responsibility of action for others to learn from.

    This is restorativejustice

  7. semi permalink
    June 11, 2009 11:00 AM

    i cant read your blog .. th writing is too small on the SV website

  8. Freedom Fiji permalink
    June 11, 2009 12:19 PM

    Time has come, the world lies dying
    Our faith has gone, our souls are crying
    Resurrecting paradise, cry for freedom
    Killing pain, a million lies,
    To hell with tyranny

  9. Epeli permalink
    June 11, 2009 11:15 PM

    Ni sa bula SWM members. Dou bula talega na lewe ni millitary.

    I’m one who is strongly opposed to Bainimarama but have come to see him as a creation of God and treat him likewise. I do not condone the taking of life, or the unlawful abolishment of the constitution. However, I have learnt to look at things in a different perspective. In the last two weeks I experienced something that is beyond description. I felt an inner peace that I believe only God can give. That peace i share with you today. Whether we are in the millitary, the Methodist church or victims of the heavy hand of Bainimarama, we should let the Holy Spirit to guide us. In Galatians 5.22-23, it says, “But the Spirit produces love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility, and self control. There is no law against such things as these.” v.25-26, “The Spirit has given us life; He must also control our lives. We must not be proud or irritate one another or be jealous of one another.”

    In the midst of all this happening, I remembter the words of Jesus to Peter in John 21.15-24. Jesus told Peter that if he loved Him, he should take care of his sheep. Then Peter asked Jesus, ‘how about his disciple whom you’re are fond of?’ Jesus turns to Peter and says, “If I want him to live until I come, what is that to you?”. Jesus only tells Peter, “Follow me”. I believe this is what Jesus is telling us today. If God wills that Bainimarama remains in power, that he backpays his own leave, that no one is revolting against his administration, “what is that to us?” God is commanding us, “Follow me”.

    This is what is already happening, the true men of God have been on their knees day in and day out, praying for this nation. We may not see it with our eyes, but God hears our prayers in faith. Jesus told Jairus (whose daughter Jesus healed), “Don’t be afraid, only believe” (Mathew 5.36).

    Just as the pen is mightier than the sword, our God is mightier than them all. It’s time that we unite in God’s presence in prayer. Let us pray for our nation, our leaders, our church, our vanua, and share the fruits of the Holy Spirit with everyone. We can start by nominating a time when we all come together before God, and pray and feed of His word.

    On the day of Pentecost, all the believers were gathered together in one place. The Fijian bible translates this as “the believers were united” when suddenly the Holy Spirit came upon them in noise that sounded like strong wind blowing. Where there is unity, God will surely command his blessings.

    I fear no one but the Almighty, my redeemer, the everlasting God.

    God bless us all.

  10. LUVfiji permalink
    June 11, 2009 11:19 PM

    Here is a great article posted on RFN that strengthens my calls on Mr Leung to Fiji’s leadership – the rising star is emerging amidst the humilitating and dictatorial green goons. Thank u mr Meo.

    Read on dear folks:

    Threats that Mr. Graham Leung is inviting trouble are just horse manure.

    Most of us know of or about this Kadavu kid Mr. Graham Leung. Once a very timid, polite, courteous young man, brilliant and articulate. Apart from all 4 later virtue still in tact, he has a sudden surge of boldness…yep…no more timid pussy footing Kadavu Kid who used to say yes sir, no sir to a certain former Alliance Minister.

    His ascending to the gloried Military Court Bench and thousands of salutes afforded to him, and salutes to his empty car by our faithful soldiers may have pumped the secrete “Sefania Sukunaivalu” portion up his veins.

    For sure, he has not only brushed shoulders with Senior Military officers but was a rank “over” the shoulders of some present member of the Military Council, some of whom may still be loyal to him as a friend, and probably find it a bit hard to shift professional allegiances away from him. After all, Col Leung is your every day jovial bloke who, though his professional and Chiefly status, mingles with ease with us common folks.

    Still, to Mr. Leung, we salute you, Sir, you amongst friends in and out of the camp!!

    Semi Meo

  11. June 12, 2009 7:48 AM

    Sometimes People must stand up and not leave it to God to do all the work. I am sure he did not intend for his creations to sit back on their butts and do nothing when their fundamental human rights are being violated.

    There is no need for murder, but there is a need for those against the regime to stand up en mass and protest what this regime is doing to our fellow human beings under the watchful leadership of Satan.

    People bully their way with guns are cowards and nothing but bullshit.

    I submit that the Methodist church and all the Methodist followers have a right to their meeting and they should simply go ahead with it.

    The Regime has no legitimate authority to interfere in the affairs of a church, whether or not the membership of that church agree with leadership or not. In this case, there are plenty of examples of human rights violations against God’s People.

    To not act does a disservice to everyone, including Frank. He is obviously mentally challenged and thinks that he is, if not God himself, a person inspired by God, i.e. a delusionary. I am sure that most of the military know this by now. The only thing left is to stand up to him, just like a parent would stand up to an unruly child trying to take over the house.

  12. Rupeni permalink
    June 12, 2009 8:14 AM

    A Rabbi and a catholic priest visit a boxing match. Before the fight begins, one of the boxers makes the sign of the cross. The Rabbi asks the pastor “what does that mean?” The pastor answers…”bugger all if the guy does not know how to fight”

  13. orion permalink
    June 12, 2009 10:36 AM

    To Sa Yala Eke:
    Secure the right places, arrest all the key figures in the illegal government. & appoint a temporary govt to get into elections. No need to shoot, just yet. Surprise them. But your giving yourself away on this blog, makes me wonder.

  14. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    June 12, 2009 10:52 AM

    DO NOT BUY the s u n tomorrow with its 12 page propaganda insert.

    What a great way to protest against the criminals ; snub their written garbage.

  15. Action Please permalink
    June 12, 2009 5:10 PM

    To Sa Yala Eke

    Me vala sara

    Some are saying that to start and carry out what you seem to be contemplating doing would only damage our country. And they say to stick to ” the rule of law “.

    As an earlier blogger said ” What rule of law ? ” The decrees by Joe Mirror ? – soon to be continued by Naulukau ?

    I say either way there will be damages to the economy, etc, etc. But to stand up and stop them now and deal with them ” an eye for an eye ” may contribute significantly towards eradicating the coup culture in our Beloved Fiji.

    Sa dri yani – me da samulaki ira sara ga vakavinaka. Kolotaki laivi mada na via loloma tiko – me vaqeavutaki mada na tevoro kei ira na luvena ka ra sa mai vakalolomataki ka vakaisini keda tu oqo.

    Kei mami sa wawa makawa tu na veitokoni. Cava tale e se waraki tiko?

    Round them all up and shoot them. Do not waste resources keeping them in prison – those would be better utilised rebuilding Fiji.

  16. LUVfiji permalink
    June 13, 2009 2:23 AM

    Yes indeeed, exFT.

    I would like to reiterate that call.

    DO NOT BUY the fiji s u n at all.

  17. lastpolarbear permalink
    June 13, 2009 4:44 AM

    False Expectations Appearing Real = F.E.A.R.

    Fijians need to lobby the International courts to bring to Justice all who advised the Regime, including Lawyers from outside of Fiji, all who have bank rolled the Regime, including the Indian and Chinese governments, especially India who wants to become a permanent member of the United Nations yet doesn’t abide by its conventions etc. and those within Fiji who have committed treason against the State, most recently those lawyers who have registered with the illegal Regime.
    The International Criminal Court and Interpol should be contacted in regards to the murders of the 5 C.R.W. Soldiers in 2000 and the 4 civilians, all murdered while Frank Bainimarama was Commander of the Military and Telini was Police Commissioner.
    The united Nations should be confronted over it’s continual use of Fijian Military and Police for peacekeeping deployments, when they are so clearly in violation of Human Rights within Fiji.
    The Human Rights Commission must be confronted also were the many atrocities committed against Fijians since December the 5th. 2006.

    But i submit, it’s not the International community who must approach Frank, it’s the people of Fiji who must tell the International Community just what they are prepared to suffer to end this coup
    Will you allow a blockade, a shut down of the Banks etc. and invasion by International Armed Forces, a halt to tourism ?
    It’s seems to me that many Fijians are either burying their heads in the sand, living in denial, aren’t interested or don’t believe the truth or are unable to determine what exactly the truth is.
    There is also within the Fijian Community, as there is within any Community, much greed and people with great egos.
    Fiji’s arrangements with regards to their leasing of land, doesn’t encourage any Business acumen either and so people become opportunistic when there are those willing to commit High Treason at any cost, despite the obvious pitfalls.
    Just look at the state of the economy, the sugar industry. the military and it’s peacekeeping operations with the united Nations, the unemployment, now over 50 % , the poverty, now over 62%, the tourism trade, the future prospects for yourselves and your children and your children’s children !
    There is much to be done in Fiji once the coup is over, but only Fijians can rally the International Community and let them know what they want done and how quickly.

  18. Navosavakadua permalink
    June 13, 2009 8:52 AM

    Don’t jump the guns boys. Another failed mutiny would put us right back behind square one. It would lead to more repression, which the Dictator would more easily justify to people in Fiji and the international community. We’ve got to keep him on the back foot.

    Just remember this: the tin-pot dictator has been badly spooked by the Methodist church.

    He fears their numbers – nearly 300,000 according to the census last year.

    He fears their organization – the Methodist Church is everywhere – it could mobilize a vast army in no time if the order went out.

    Above all he fears the fact that they don’t seem to fear him. They said “NO” when he said “you have to sack two people I don’t like”. And he knows it’s not just one or two individuals who can be intimidated. It’s an institution where every individual can be replaced.

    Let’s keep him on the back foot. I don’t know how this is all going to end, even though I know he will one day meet the end of ail dictators, but a wrong move to try to take him by force, could set us back for a long time.

  19. C.I.A permalink
    June 13, 2009 10:27 PM

    Vinaka Navosa momona dina nomuni vakanananu

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