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Message to indigenous Fijians from the lady chief Ro Teimumu’s spokesperson

July 23, 2009

Eratou sa sereki na Gone Marama Bale, kei ratou na Talatala. Ena qai kacivi tale ni oti e 3 na macawa (21 days) na nodratou kisi. Lewa na Mataveilewai meratou kua ni vuka i vanuatani, ka meratou solia na nodratou passport ki na Mataveilewai. Sa vakatabui vei ratou meratou na bose, se veivosaki.

Meda kua ni yalolailai na iTaukei.Na qai qo ena qai ga.

Meda yadra tiko, ka kua ni toso e muri. Ratou nakita qo na mataivalu, ni ra tovolea mera vakamalumalumutaki keda, ni ra tovolea mera veisau taka na noda vakasama kei na noda vakanananu. Ia o keda, e matata tikoga na dina. Oratou ga na butako, na laba, na basu-lawa o Bainimarama, era sa kania tu qo na noda buno na lewenivanua, era vodo wavoki ena pajero, era voli vale ena ilavo ni FDB kei na Merchant Bank, era voli ena motoka kei na vale mai vei ira na daunibisinisi. E matata tiko na dina, ka sega ni tabonaki rawa.

Na qai qo ena qai ga!

5 Comments leave one →
  1. watego permalink
    July 23, 2009 9:46 AM

    Indigenous Fijians just don’t seem to give a damn about what’s happening in the country. To go walkabout around downtown Suva, people are just going about their own business. There’s a lot of useless empty talks in the blogs. Those church leaders and that lady are all just gonna go to jail. No one seems to give a damn otherwise the so called strong Methodists, great in numbers and the Rewans would be out in force doing goodness knows what. Isn’t there anyone in Fiji patriotic enough to do something or are all Fijians cowards good only for bread and butter jobs, yes man kind of people. SHAME ON YOU ALL.

  2. July 24, 2009 12:36 AM

    I salute the Marama Bale na Roko Tui Dreketi.

    It is a clear case of “cometh the hour, cometh the man” I consider myself to be very privilidged to bear witness to a very special event in our history that is rarely witnessed. That is the time when the true chiefs rise up to defend their people while the wannabees tend to fade into the background waiting for things to calm down, then they appear again to claim back their wannabe positions.

    A “turaga” will always be a turaga, a “bati” will always be a bati, a “gonedau” will always be a gonedau, a “mataisau” will always be a mataisau and a “tauvanua” can never claim to be a true chief. The Marama Roko Tui Dreketi and the Turaga Roko Tui Bau are descendants of the true chiefly family of Fiji.

    One may wonder why the respect for the chiefly system in Fiji has eroded so severely. It is solely because those who never have any business in being chiefs are forcing their ways into Ratu and Adi titles which they never have the right to in the first place and claiming to be descendants of non-titled, non-existant chiefs of old. These are the types that is commonly known by any rugby player as “coming in from the side” type of chiefs.

    We have often testified that the chiefs are from God. As is evident in this very special moment in the history of our existence as the Fijian race, that statement in the Bible can only apply to true blue blooded chiefs. Not to any Tom, Dick & Harry calling themselves Ratu and Adi but are very much at loss as to the job description of being one. Some of us will be very surprised to know that some of our very prominent Ratu and Adi have no rights at all to those titles. No wonder the members of the BLV were told to go sit under the mango tree and drink home brew. Because that august body is full of wannabees and people who don’t know their job.

    A true chief will acknowledge that without his/her people, they are nothing. Therefore his/her service will always be to the people first and self later. A chief who respect his people will get respect in return and a true chief will readily acknowledge that people’s respect should never be taken for granted to justify discontinuing his respect for his people. A true chief will always have the welfare of his people close to his heart.

    The above is rarely witnessed nowadays because true Fijians chiefs are an endangered species. Sadly, there are not many of them around and the Fijian people, as a unique race on the face of this earth, are being led to a slow death. Wannabe chiefs are more concerned with the figure in their bank account than with the livelihood of their people.

    Many will highlight the fact that a woman is standing up in the face of danger to fight for what she believe in because of the Christian faith gifted to her and her people by her forefathers. What many will fail to realise is that regardless of whether it is a man or a woman, it takes a true blue blood to flow in your veins to be able counter head-on the dangers, the likes of which is descending upon the Fijian people.

    I salute the Marama Roko Tui Dreketi for her courage and determination to fight for what she believe in and unconsciously being the hero for those who believe that good will always overcome evil. For a Catholic allowing herself to be humiliated for the sake of the Methodist and more so for her people, she has endeared herself to the hearts of many. Indeed, the Lord works in mysterious ways.

  3. lastpolarbear permalink
    July 24, 2009 12:43 AM

    does anyone know what’s happening with fiji uncensored ?

  4. LUVfiji permalink
    July 24, 2009 1:28 AM


    They’re doing their best to confuse us. But I believe Fiji is still being censored esp now that Lewena has been confirmed as PS for Information, etc.

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