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“If we die, we die, if we live, we live” – Aminio Baledrokadroka

August 18, 2009

Well bloggers, in my previous post I had posed this question to the Methodist Church :

“If you give in now, what will happen when he further restricts Methodist Church gatherings of not more than 10 members? Don’t tell me that you will stand up then because your future actions can be accurately determined by your current ones, so long as they know your boundaries….”

Well guess what folks, the illegal junta has approved Atu Vulaono’s New Methodist Church with a permit to hold its Crusade in Suva next week, to coincide with the planned Conference and they expect some 20,000 members to show up!

The demigod Bainimarama is spitting in the face of the Methodist Church by shoving this inconsistent, discriminating, biased ruling against them and favouring their cult!

I ask, what else are you waiting for? The Members of the Methodist Church should disregard the directives of their Ministers and conduct spontaneous civil protest marches nationwide, go on strike, etc and stop this cancer of apathy before it eventually corrupts Fiji’s soul!

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    August 18, 2009 12:02 PM


    I couldn’t agree more.

    Fijians, get off your backsides and do something.

    Let down the tyre of a police car, put sugar in the fuel tank of an army vehicle. anything, but do something to bring this jaundiced junta down.

  2. Ono permalink
    August 18, 2009 2:21 PM

    Too much lamu!

    Australia and New Zealand has already said the people of Fiji must rise up and resist. When that happens the ANZACs will then come in to give a helping hand.

  3. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    August 19, 2009 1:09 AM

    The ‘sun’ continues to provide a daily source of humour through its pathetic ‘editorials’.

    Whilst Fijian netball officials fighting amongst themselves at a Cook Island is a source of international embarrassment, it is less worthy of an editorial than the really embarrassing utterances made by bananasinpyjamas.

    The ‘sun’ could once again be considered a reputable paper if it had the gall to tell the truth about the damage that is being done to Fiji by the jaundiced junta:-

    * the collapse of the sugar industry

    * the collapse of the tourism industry

    * the complete collapse of the Fijian economy

    * the collapse of law and order

    * the collapse of human rights

    * the collapse of respect for Fiji in the international community.

    The ‘editor’ of the ‘sun’ should tell the people the truth and not just print lies from the moronic military.

    Come on ‘sun’; I dare you!

  4. Berny permalink
    August 19, 2009 3:58 AM

    Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear. ~Ambrose Redmoon

  5. Green Army permalink
    August 19, 2009 6:43 AM

    methodist talatala now days used to the good life, 4×4 given by congregation, talevunau, baptism, funeral money, mats and tabua and the endless takitaki.

    They have lost the true spirit of calling and anointing from God.

    They need to dig deep and see that a calling also includes being prepared for martyrdom. And why should they be afraid, after all as born again Christian, the gates of heaven are widely opened for them into a better life. Or is it they do not really believe what they are preaching.

    E sega ni cakacaka ni lamu na i tavi vakai talatala. Ni liutaki keimami yani me da vorata na matanitu waqawaqa i setani nei Voreqe.

    Me da tu vakarau me dave na dra. Na gone Turaga o Jisu ea mai dave nona dra me rawa ni bokoci kina na nodai valavala ca ka tauyavu kina na nona i soqosoqo Lotu e vuravura.

    Sa kena levu!

  6. cikinovu permalink
    August 19, 2009 11:40 PM

    @Berny, spot on. That, to my mind is exactly what the Methodist Church appears to be doing – standing on its principles against the regime but in a manner consistent with Christian principles and ensuring peace in the community.

  7. Asgrocky permalink
    August 20, 2009 8:21 AM

    I don’t know about that “…..manner consistant with christian principles and ensuring peace…….”. If I remember correctly those church leaders and the lady from Rewa the Roko Tui Dreketi were going ahead with the conference regardless of FB’s order not to. They only decided not to follow through after the arrests.

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