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MESSAGE TO TELENI AND BAINIMARAMA

July 10, 2009

Swm please published this asap.

THIS MESSAGE IS FOR THE KAVULA AND BELOVULA

ESALA TELENI AND FRANK BAINIMRAMA

TO THE FIJI POLICE ..DO NOT FOLLOW ANY COMMAND FROM KAVULA (Teleni’s nick name).OR WE WILL ARREST ALL OF YOU WAIT FOR OUR ORDERS COMING THROUGH WWW.SOLIVAKASAMA.ORG  WEBSITE.

DO NOT TOUCH OR GO NEAR THEM THE TWO METHODIST CHURCH  HEADS SHOW THEM YOUR SUPPORT AS ALL THE BOYS HERE ARE DOING WE WILL JOIN WITH THEM…WE  ARE SICK AND TIRED OF YOUR LIES FROM VOREQE AND TELENI,DOU TAMATA QARAVI TEVORO…MEKEMEKE TIKO

A WARNING

A WARNING TO BELOVULA ( Bainimarama’s nick name)DO NOT COME BACK TO FIJI STAY THERE IN VANUATU IF YOU WANT TO STAY ALIVE YOU HAVE BROUGHT TO MUCH DAMAGE TO  OUR BELOVED FIJI AND SUFFERING  TO THE FAMILIES YOU WILL BE SHOT THE MOMENT YOU ARRIVE IN NADI VAKASAMATAKA VAKA VINAKA.NOMU SA MAI BULA OTI…YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A SECOND CHANCE THIS TIME..

QILIHO KUA TIKO NA  VAKA FANCY O IKO NA MOKU I LIU RAICI IRATOU VINAKA NA TIKO E DAKUMU

Sa sega vei ira na Dina, iratou tamata DAULABA, DAUBUTAKO, LASULASU, DAUYALEWA, KOCOKOCO, LAWAKICA. Na ka kece qo e lau rai ga kina na TEVORO

OUR FAITH IS IN CHRIST’ S RESSURRECTION. As stated in  

Job 19:25-27 

But in my heart I know that the vindicator lives and that he will rise last to speak in court;

      and I shall discern my witness standing at my side and see my defending counsel,

even God himself,

    whom I shall see with my own eyes, I myself and no other.

SA YALA EKE..  MORE

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13 Comments leave one →
  1. Green Army permalink
    July 10, 2009 5:58 AM

    Me moku saraga e liu o Qiliho na luveniyali sega ni macala o cei e Tamana!!

  2. far and wide permalink
    July 10, 2009 6:24 AM

    http://news.theage.com.au/breaking-news-world/bainimarama-lying-about-elections-forum-20090709-degb.html

    Bainimarama lying about elections: forum
    Tamara McLean
    July 9, 2009 – 5:14PM

    Fiji’s military ruler Frank Bainimarama lied when he pledged to take his troubled country to the polls in 2014, the head of the Pacific Islands Forum says.

    Toke Talagi has lashed the regime in Suva, saying Commodore Bainimarama has proved he cannot be trusted to keep promises to restore democracy with an election because he is “too comfortable” in the top job.

    Commodore Bainimarama has set a September 2014 election deadline in his latest “roadmap for change”, a date that has angered Australia and New Zealand, coming as it does almost eight years after he took power in a 2006 coup.

    Talagi, chairman of the powerful regional forum and premier of Niue, said the army chief does not even intend to stick to this belated poll date.

    “I don’t believe Frank Bainimarama is being totally honest,” Talagi said during a visit by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to his country on Wednesday.

    “I don’t believe he’s going to have elections in 2014 like he says.

    “I don’t believe we can trust him because he’s changed his mind so often.

    “I think he’s happy with what he’s got at the present moment and he will continue that.”

    Key’s four-day tour of the Pacific pointedly avoids Fiji, which was ousted from the forum in May over failed election promises.

    The visit to Tonga, Samoa, Niue and the Cook Islands is Key’s first in the top job and aims to assess the impact of the global financial crisis on small Pacific states ahead of the forum’s meeting in Cairns next month.

    The Kiwi leader said he and his Australian counterpart Kevin Rudd decided last weekend to shift the focus away from Fiji and on to pushing ahead with economic development in a region struggling with drops in tourism, expatriates’ remittances and flagging gross domestic product.

    Talagi, who is usually careful not to antagonise Fiji’s regime, said he wished Fiji could be involved in the project but the trust in the relationship had run out.

    “There’s so much we can do for Fiji but Fiji has to help itself first,” he said.

    Heavy media and public censorship remain in Fiji following the abrogation of the constitution in April.

  3. far and wide permalink
    July 10, 2009 6:30 AM

    http://www.rnzi.com/pages/news.php?op=read&id=47643

    Fiji group urges MSG to spurn Bainimarama

    Posted at 03:13 on 10 July, 2009 UTC

    The Australian-based Fiji Democracy and Freedom Movement has asked Melanesian Spearhead Group leaders not to waste any time by seeking to re-engage with Fiji’s interim prime minister, Commodore Frank Bainimarama.

    The MSG is holding an extraordinary meeting in Vanuatu today, with the organiser shunning publicity of the event which the Fiji leader is expected to use to outline what he believes is his mandate to rule for another five years.

    The Fiji Democracy and Freedom Movement says the MSG leaders should seek a dialogue with true representatives of the people.

    It says Commodore Bainimarama represents no one but himself and a very small elite group of people, whose interest he is trying to protect.

    It says his lies and broken promises have brought shame on the office of the Fiji’s Prime Ministership.

    News Content © Radio New Zealand International
    PO Box 123, Wellington, New Zealand

  4. far and wide permalink
    July 10, 2009 6:35 AM

    http://www.spse.com.fj/publish/_comp_announce.shtml#4061

    http://www.spse.com.fj/uploads/update_on_bpswp_release.pdf

    http://rawfijinews.wordpress.com/2009/07/10/fhl-finally-admit-no-funder-for-bp-deal/

    FHL finally admit no funder for BP deal
    July 10, 2009

    FHL Managing Director, Sereana Qoro, in a statement today, admitted there is still no funder for their $190 million wish to buy BP SWPacific.

    She’s finally owned up to what the public already knows – that FHL doesn’t have a formal loan approval letter from any financier, despite their many fanciful announcements regarding the already doomed deal.

    Shrewd business people know that in this volatile world,success comes when you are able to fix all the variable constraints and unknown key factors of a deal to a known quantifiable value over a strict time-line.

    But not so with the way Sereana Qoro and her incapable FHL board are handling this BP deal.

    They have shown time and again that they are not in control of their desire to buy BP.

    They are negotiating haphazardly compromising their position each time they open their lying mouth.

    The FHL board have demonstrated all the “DO NOTs” in Negotiation Skills 101.

    And the longer they drag out their BP acquistion lie, the more costly it’ll be for the shareholders of FHL.

    Oh, we are glad that CMDA and SPSE are demanding disclosures from FHL.

    Better do what you have to do CMDA and SPSE or you will both be dragged down by FHL’s crap.

    Read FHL’s market announcement here http://www.spse.com.fj/publish/_comp_announce.shtml#4061

    .

  5. July 10, 2009 1:14 PM

    If Frank reads Raw Fiji News he will change the tone of the meetings in Vanuatu to begging them for asylum. It won’t do him any good, however. Interpol will get him.

  6. bERNY permalink
    July 11, 2009 4:28 AM

    31:12 Assemble the people–men, women and children, and the aliens living in your towns–so they can listen and learn to fear the Lord your God and follow carefully all the words of this law.

    31:13 Their children, who do not know this law, must hear it and learn to fear the Lord your God as long as you live in the land you are crossing the Jordan to possess.”

    To those who oppress God’s people. Your time is at hand. For those of you who know the difference between right and wrong, make your choices now!

    The darkness shall be uplifted and the people will be set free of a wicked and evil few who have no fear of the Lord.

    There will be a mist of confusion in your camp and the fear of the Lord shall be felt by all. An array of your own darkness that you have fearlessly ensnared over God’s people will penetrate your minds, your hearts and the depths of your souls.

    The time is fast approaching and the wickedness of your actions in the might of your false decrees over the land shall fail.

  7. lastpolarbear permalink
    July 11, 2009 7:35 AM

    There’s a Priest, a Minister and a Rabbi, the Priest draws a circle on the ground and says, let’s throw all these silver coins up into the air and what lands inside the circle, we’ll give to God ! The Minister draws a circle on the ground and says, let’s throw all these silver coins into the air and what lands outside the circle, we’ll give to God ! Then the Rabbi draws a circle on the ground and says, let’s throw all these silver coins into the air and what God wants, he can keep and what lands on the ground, we keep !

  8. Peace Pipe permalink
    July 12, 2009 11:11 PM

    Wakey wakey. A lot has happened lately like the MSG meeting where the pig managed to brainwash the non-credible members into accepting the warped illegal pm’s roadmap to elections. Are these leaders blind or gullible to easily believe all these crap this criminal is feeding them. Can’t these leaders see that they are doing more harm to Fiji by their very action. I wonder what is it in what the usurper said to them that made them believe in fairy tales. I am afraid these leaders have fallen short of the matra their position requires of them and should step aside for more visionary persons.

  9. orion permalink
    July 13, 2009 1:54 AM

    MSG leaders can say and do whatever they want with Frank’s regime, however, in the end of it all, its what the Fijian people will do (or not do)to this regime that will decide things in Fiji. With or without outside support. Also perhaps we should consider whether it was a coincidence that their decison was also made at the time that millionaire exPM from Thai was there with them?? Perhaps yes or perhaps not but things of these nature do not just occur in a vacuum. they occur for certain pressures and promise of benefits from outside influences like that of China etc. So its importatnt that Fijians and the methodist church stay focused on their course.

  10. Frida permalink
    July 15, 2009 6:48 AM

    Agree with you completely orion. MSG can say whatever they want to say because their leadership styles may be just like the pigs – the only difference they did not come in a uniform.

  11. ratubill permalink
    July 17, 2009 1:03 AM

    ok…so VB came back to Fiji and absolutely nothing happened to him… seems all is but hot air….!!!

  12. LUVfiji permalink
    July 19, 2009 1:57 AM

    that is exactly right @ratubill !

    not sure, though, if its hot air from the military or hot air from the blogsites, but it sure is nothing but hot air !!

    pooeeee!

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