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LTA FINES A BAILOUT SHAM FOR BROKE REGIME

June 19, 2009

 Every “breech” of the traffic laws under the sun is being used to ensnare unsuspecting motorists and wheel barrow (Bara) boys in Suva market alike.         IF YOU ARE ENSNARED BY THIS LATEST SHAME BY THE ILLEGAL Regime OF THUGS DO NOT PAY YOUR TRAFFIC FINES!! EVEN BETTER DON’T PAY TAXES!! AND LET THEM STEW THE CROOKS!!       …MORE

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  1. Mark Manning permalink
    June 19, 2009 9:00 AM

    Give to Caesar that which is Caesars :-
    http://kingjbible.com/luke/20.htm

  2. June 19, 2009 10:52 AM

    Mark Hi
    Who is Ceasars here ,Vore?His not Ceasars anymore he is Judas the big thief of all time.
    The intention of revenue collection is wrong but its about time some thing must be done to improve the driving standard in our beloved country.Much heavier penalty should be imposed on trffic infregiment to teach our road user to use the road safely.

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    June 19, 2009 3:01 PM

    tagata whenua
    I am trying to digest your logic !
    You have in Fiji, an illegal regime, Judiciary, a self appointed President and an illegally appointed maniac for a Police Commissioner, full of his own omnipotence and yet your saying that traffic violators should be brought to Justice ?
    I’m thinking that your slightly out of touch with reality my friend !

  4. Mark Manning permalink
    June 19, 2009 3:06 PM

    But your right about Frank being a Judas and a thief .

  5. June 19, 2009 10:11 PM

    Mark,
    Which is important to you?..to pay a heavy fine to those IG thieves or be killed by those drivers in Fiji.Life is more important than paying taxes to those crooks because you can get back your money some other day but your life comes only at once mate.Thats the logic.Driving on Fijian roads nowdays I reckon that the chance of survival is no better than going to war in Iraq.
    If you donot want money to be payed to those crooks than you tell me how you can improve the safety of innocent people using the road?
    Sometimes you have to choose between your survival or opposing these regime.
    You will not always win the fight mate but more important as I said in my previous article thats its more important to win the war as well.

  6. June 20, 2009 12:59 AM

    Hi Mr Mark thats from the FT today
    The man who was a victim of a hit-and-run accident in Nausori last weekend died at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital yesterday.

    Police traffic director Senior Superintendent Mahesh Mishra appealed to the public for information that could lead to the identification and arrest of the driver.

    He called on the driver to stop evading the law.

    SSP Mishra said police have advised the family of the deceased.

    Nausori traffic officer Inspector Viliame Caqusau earlier said the Fijian man, in his early 30s, was hit by a vehicle at Luvuluvu, Nausori, early Saturday morning. He said residents near the area said the vehicle that hit the man stopped after hitting him. However, the driver did not get off to aid the man, but fled the scene.

    Insp Caqusau said when police officers arrived at the scene, the man was still breathing and reeking of alcohol.

    “He was rushed to the Colonial War Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery,” he said.

    SSP Mishra said 752 drivers were booked over the last weekend for various offences. He said these were mostly for dangerous driving and speeding.

    According to SP Mishra, police were booking an average of 100 drivers each day for various traffic offences.

    He said 100 drivers each day was a lot for a country such as Fiji.

  7. Mark Manning permalink
    June 20, 2009 1:07 AM

    tagata
    if the motive for booking drivers is the correct one, to stop accidents from dangerous driving, then that’s good.
    but some people in Fiji believe it’s a way of the Regime raising money because they are running out, and in that case, there’s no sincerity.
    As for the man that didn’t stop and render assistance, he’s a coward.
    The man who died, may he rest in peace.

  8. tagata whenua permalink
    June 20, 2009 5:51 AM

    Mark,
    Believe what you and other people in Fiji want to believe but the fact is if you have to choose between raising money and your life you will choose to live I predict.Its easy to write in here telling the people back in Fiji not to pay their tax. Mark to do the talk is much easier than to do the walk.
    I rest my case.

  9. FreeFiji permalink*
    June 20, 2009 8:03 AM

    We are so grateful to all those business that emailed SWM for supporting us in our call about not paying taxes this year…to all those business I would like to thank you for your stand with us in our effort to cut all the financial veins flowing into Bainimarama’s pocket..

    As the international communities are doing their bit…we the people of Fiji must do ours in order to bring these bunch of thieves in to their knees …

    I can see a light TG

  10. June 20, 2009 8:44 AM

    FreeFiji That is brilliant idea we should loby all business not to submit this tax so we can bring those crooks to submission
    Thank you Free Fiji

  11. FreeFiji permalink*
    June 20, 2009 9:19 AM

    You are welcome Tagata thank you for your support looking forward for more….

  12. June 20, 2009 12:19 PM

    Guys if you have not join the movement against Bainimarama pls go to http://www.solivakasama.org and support FreeFiji,C.I.A MM and all the board in this noble task of being the largest opposition to Frank Bainimarma
    we are so glad to have SWM

  13. C.I.A permalink
    June 20, 2009 8:53 PM

    Tagata SWM need people like you

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