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What a week this one has been folks

September 4, 2009

Bloggers, well this week continues to reveal people in different light and exposes their stupidity. Eveli Nailatikau is still waiting in the wings hoping to appointed President, which has received mixed signals. I personally believe Frank will take this position himself because Aiyaz, Pryde and company prefer him as they control him better than Eveli Nailatikau, who is controlled by others. Guess what folks, Aiyaz and these other shadowy controllers will collude together for self preservation and control whoever is willing to pretend to be in power because they control ultimately them.

Lesi Natuva, the Naval Officer who is the illegal Minister for Public Works reckons it will costs $40m to reseal all roads around the country. It shows the naivity of the man because resealing roads in Viti Levu alone cost more than this. He reminds me of the late KR Latchan’s political speech during the Alliance days when he told a gathering of potential voters if he was elected he would gravel all the tar-seal roads in Fiji and judging from the irrational past decisions of the illegal junta, maybe this is what Natuva is actually referring to? Well it ain’t going to surprise me!

Lastly, Steve Ratuva’s statement that politics affects tourism and Fiji is actually safe but it was what tourists perceived as a threat is causing them to stay away from Fiji is not totally correct. Steve omits to accept the fact that people may not be coming to Fiji because they don’t  like what is happening in Fiji and countries like Australia, NZ and others are warning its citizens of potential hazards, which is having a drastic impact of Fiji’s tourism sector.

Furthermore, their voting with their feet is a direct consequence of Frank’s coup. Ratuva to prove his point gave a a personal example saying despite his disagreeing with Bush and Howard’s policies, he still visited Australia. This da Vinci does not make sense because if people in Fiji were given the opportunity to visit the US or Australia, 100% of the people would go and you know what da Vinci, politics would be the last thing on their minds.

  • Tui Savu.
  • President.



10 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark Manning permalink
    September 4, 2009 7:03 AM

    It seems appropriate this weekend, that i repost this ;-
    I first got involved with Fijians a week or so before the first coup and thought what a nice, kind, fun loving, well dressed, well educated people they are.
    Especially when I was comparing them to the Torres Strait islanders I had previously been involved with.
    For years, Fiji had been described to me as a paradise, yet I didn’t get the opportunity or desire to go there until 19 years later, in May, 2006.

    It was during the 2006 elections and I wondered why many of the Soldiers would stare at me as I drove past them on a crowded bus and why they were on the roads.
    I learnt later that they were expecting trouble on the streets and thought to myself, but the only trouble that is being caused, is their presence in the streets around Suva, blocking the traffic day and night etc.
    At the same time I wondered, why is the military in control here, why hasn’t the Government ordered it’s Soldiers back to camp and just who is in charge ?
    Anyway, then I was shown around Suva and the surrounding areas.
    Given the stories over the previous 19 years of a paradise, I was shocked and disgusted at the filth of the area and the town of Suva, the poor public transport and the beggars on the streets and drunks rolling around the City, and my heart went out to these people at the same time, because I understood that the coup of 1987 and 2000, had helped destroy Fiji’s soul, and that so much of the economy and political will had been sucked out of the Community and Fiji’s people.
    I felt powerless to help, I was angry that paradise has been turned into another Calcutta !
    My heart still goes out to Fijians, as they slowly lose their paradise, their jobs, their homes, their livelihoods and their futures.

    I feel sorry for the parents who wanted so much for their young children, now adults in their early twenties.
    And as we see the trend of degradation continue to destroy that which was Fiji, I wonder how much more can you all take before you reach the point of no return.
    The soul of Fiji, of Fijians is being destroyed by a handful, yet most Fijians have lost their will.
    I wonder as I sit here in Sydney by my computer, what will Suva look like in
    another twenty years and how many beggars will be on the streets, how many drunks will be roaming around aimlessly, how many of your Daughters will contract H.I.V. and A.I.D.S. , how many of your children will miss the opportunity to study at home, follow a career path and become successful in life ?

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    September 4, 2009 11:57 PM

    There is an old song that aptly describes the Regime of Frank Bainimarama, starts @ 1 minute & 40 seconds :-

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    September 5, 2009 12:02 AM

    I won’t be judgemental of Frank, Chaudhry and others, as this applies as much to me as anyone, but I love the sentiment behind this beautiful song :-

  4. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    September 5, 2009 5:01 AM

    Read the latest (and horrific) news that was not allowed to be reported @

    Then make up your mind if the green goons were involved.

  5. Mark Manning permalink
    September 5, 2009 6:54 AM

    Fiji Methodists thankful for World Council of Churches support

    Fiji’s church conflicts drawing international concern

  6. Mark Manning permalink
    September 5, 2009 6:55 AM

    Smith offers help with Fiji poll

  7. Mark Manning permalink
    September 5, 2009 7:00 AM

    I still don’t understand how the Soldiers can stand behind Frank and Co. and try and justify their support as they destroy Fiji !

  8. Mark Manning permalink
    September 5, 2009 7:05 AM

    I’m having trouble posing a link regarding a proposed offer from Frank to Naim Holdings Bhd for $100,000,000 US. for a a contract to rehabilitate a national highway of viti levu.
    It’s in ” thestar” online.

  9. lastpolarbear permalink
    September 6, 2009 3:19 AM

    Fiji Commonwealth ban not a tourism issue: chairman

  10. lastpolarbear permalink
    September 6, 2009 3:24 AM

    Google, ” link tv ” or a story on Fiji Water

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