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Fiji’s economy getting worse each day!

September 24, 2009

Frank’s reality test is finally starting to sink in. Illegal RBF lap-dog Sada Reddy tried to paint a rosy picture concerning Fiji’s dilapidated economy, but eventually admits the reserves are only for several more months. Most responsible economies the world over are pouring monies into their financial system to keep people at work and spending so the economy keeps  moving, but here in Fiji, Frank and his PSC are on the brink of cutting the civil service by 50%!

Illegal PSC Chairman Josefa Serulagilagi was going to implement the Voluntary Redundancy Plan, but was prevented by Frank on his way to the UN as it would not only cause a backlash, but expose him as a fool before the UN. Mark my words people, Frank upon his return will direct Serulagilagi to go ahead with the voluntary redundancy of some 21,000 civil servants! 

The nightmare continues and will only get worse and never better, so stop fooling yourselves that you are helping building a better Fiji. Folks, this desperate move by Frank and his illegal junta is because they are alomst bankrupt and need to save costs at any means. Where is all the savings Frank? His savings come from redundancies and ignores the added costs of families without means and having to resort to crime to survive. Where does Teleni’s crusade for a crimeless Fiji come in? What a bunch of liars!

Stop the rot now Fiji! Stand up for your rights!

  • Tui Savu.
  • President.
12 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark Manning permalink
    September 24, 2009 4:03 PM

    Frank’s advisers much be a bunch of illiterate, illegitimate idiots.
    You know what they say, ” you educate an idiot and you get an Educate Idiot ” !
    I still don’t understand though, how the majority of Fijians, including the non indigenous population, think that Frank and Co. are their Saviours !
    Frank is taking Fiji forward indeed, but forward to what, as that hasn’t been defined yet and away from what exactly, prosperity ?

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    September 24, 2009 4:05 PM

    I wonder if Frank understands that each time the Dollar is spent, it gets taxed, which in turn, gives the Government the money necessary to provide Services etc.
    Fiji’s economy is like a stagnant pool of water, and you all know what that smells like !

  3. September 24, 2009 5:48 PM

    Totally agree MM,

    to go forward from where and towards what?????

  4. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    September 24, 2009 10:38 PM

    The bottom line for the moronic military morons is that their credit rating is near zero.

    So no one will lend them a brass razzoo.

    Even the Chinese have deserted the criminals; “”they need a few more weeks to tidy up a $70 million dollar housing loan””.
    Rubbish! They are having second thoughts.

    Whereas other countries have been able to borrow billions to boost their economies, the financial guru bananasinpyjamas { NOT ] actually cut expenditure and so added to the unemployment and woes of Fiji.

    Schools are now without teachers, hospitals are without staff but the moronic military have increased and are still increasing their numbers.

    What stupidity!

    When bananasinpyjamas mumbles to a near empty chamber at the UN tomorrow, I hope he actually looks up and sees that he is telling nobody his lies.

    The fool certainly needs a reality check.

    It will be great news when it is announced that Fijian goons have been withdrawn from UN peacekeeping duties.

  5. September 25, 2009 2:50 AM

    Sa rauta mada Tui Savu!!!. Play a different tune bro!. Everybody else has move forward and concentrate in building a better Fiji for the sake of our kids. There are few exceptions!……losers like yourdelf. anon, ED. NV, MM against approximately 1million people in Fiji. Anon said that you keep up the gud work of vei vakasosataki to the current government!. Phew!, nobody is taking any notice except fagget like anon!!!.

  6. Nostradamus permalink
    September 25, 2009 5:00 AM

    In what sense is this redundancy programme voluntary? Does this mean that civil servants stay home at the muzzle of a gun? Or does it mean they gladly give up their jobs and incomes so their families can starve?

  7. Peace Pipe permalink
    September 25, 2009 9:01 AM

    I am now confused. Whilst on one hand sad Sada says our reserves has hit the 1 billion mark, on the other Serulagi and Johnny boy said that there is no money. What is happening. I am befuddled as to how is it that our reserve can reach 1b whilst we are doing very poorly in our exports, tourism and sugar which are the main foreign exchange earners. Can someone please explain?

  8. September 25, 2009 10:17 AM


    I beg to differ with your assessment that no one takes notice….hello! why are they still extending the PPPPPPPEEEEEEERRRRRRRR wateva they have invented! To shut off the resistance and make people believe that its all a bed of roses here in Fiji! Call me whatever name but we will keep up the resistance and the time will come when your hero and you good for nothing military personnel will answer for your crimes!!! Mai caka! One day mafatu!!!! Dou kitaka tiko, ena qai tukuni koya ga mai o gauna!

    What future are you talking about anyway? Our kids have never known any other future except one they have come to know as coup-riddled! Please, give us a break and don’t insult our intelligence.

    It’s no use glorifying your heroes because they have shown nothing tangible to relief the sufferings of a majority of Fiji’s populace. And mind you its been almost 3 years since they have taken office forcefully. The only things they are hell-bent on is to try and make money which is dwindling fast (or maybe “sa sega saraga”) at the expense of working people! Sa dri yani!

  9. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    September 25, 2009 10:40 AM

    The Fijisun has once again provided me with my morning burst of humour.

    The so-called ‘editorial’ must have been written by Monty Python. What a joke to waste space on a few school kids wearing the wrong uniform. BUT to say that the kids must obey the rules when the sun openly supports and praises the criminals in uniforms is hypocrisy of the first order.

    The break down of law and order is apparent to all as there is no respect for any laws in Fiji.

  10. Peace Pipe permalink
    September 25, 2009 11:00 AM

    If one moron can break the supreme law of the land the constitution twice then certainly there is no law left only his.

    EFT I refuse to buy or read the Sun nowadays for their unprincipled leaning towards the illegal regime. I just don’t wanna further spoil my day by absorbing any more IG garbage from this useless paper. Fiji Time is good enough for me for all the ads and classifieds and world and sports news.

  11. C.I.A permalink
    September 26, 2009 6:20 PM

  12. Reg permalink
    September 29, 2009 3:27 PM

    What happened to my contribution last week?… never appeared on the blog??

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