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Fiji’s political quagmire continues to sprial out of control!

October 26, 2009


Bloggers, Major Vuniwaqa’s (illegal Director of Immigration) statement that Timoci Lolohea is prevented from departing Fiji because of a request from the Police is inconsistent with his statement in the same article, when he told FijiLive ‘a person’s name is only added to the watch list once there is a court order issued against that person.’

Teleni’s Police Force is a farce because they have been subjugated to conducting Crusades, which was certainly never part of the Fiji Police Force Act. Major Vuniwaqa’s revealation the Police asked him to put Timoci Lolohea on the Immigration Watch List is worriesome and furthermore questions his professionalism because he complied with their request without a Court Order! But then what else did you expect from this Military Officer, who got this position not by merit, but being a ‘yes’ man to Frank!

How do I know this? Well there has nothing in the news media saying Timoci Lolohea has been charged by Police. So, the Police have reverted to unlawful acts by getting Timoci Lolohea put on the Immigration Watch List without going to the kangaroo courts and getting this order.

Fiji continues to spiral downwards and Raw Fiji News reveals Teleni has been warned to sever his ties with his brother Atu Vulaono or be sacked. I wonder what kind of revelation he must be seeking now because he earlier claimed god told him he was going to be the Commissioner of Police. He must be seeking from god, for how long was he supposed to be Police Commissioner for?

Aiyarse and Pryde must be salivating at Fiji’s demise because it is in these times they will push through their decrees because the idiots at the top have become so dependent upon them, that they have abdicated their thought processes and confer upon them to do their thinking. General George Patton once said:

‘If everybody is thinking the same thing, then sombody is not thinking!’

Stay alert people and remain at your posts!

  • Tui Savu.
  • President.
8 Comments leave one →
  1. lastpolarbear permalink
    October 26, 2009 4:05 PM

    I’m still trying to understand why Anjala Wati thought she was entitled to special dispensation to enter New Zealand, especially when you consider how many countries are sympathisers to Frank’s Regime and the many other choices she had. :-'s_Court_(Germany)

  2. Freefiji permalink*
    October 26, 2009 8:11 PM

    Minister calls for inquiry into Army intervention

  3. October 26, 2009 10:29 PM

    Sorry for being off topic here but a question was asked in an earlier posting in March as to why our sevens team lost to Kenya.

    The answer that was given made me think of the loss our Fiji Bati encountered at the hands and legs of the Cooks. In both instances Baini sent messages to the team before the games and I think that was a very bad OMEN!!!!

    And is this convicted person by the name of Guston Kean any relation to the “KEANS”? Interesting read in today’s FT (News brief) about some rulings made by Pathik in his case compared to 2 others in that same section. Just a passing thought!

    Cheers all!

  4. Peace Pipe permalink
    October 27, 2009 9:59 AM

    Anon, I had the same opinion too about the bad omen the dictator has on all his best wishes. Games which are sure shot wins for Fiji are lost when Jonah extends his personal best wishes to the team. It shows the forces are not with him since he forced himself in and not chosen.

    Guston is a relative. All Keans are related. So it is a matter of injustice Pathetic pleasing the boss even though the subject is a hard core criminal. Justice in Fiji is in a murky treacherous state where nothing follows the norm except the whims of the dictator.

    Lastbear, if Anjala had some brain she would have known at the beginning that accepting appointment with the regime comes with all the sanctions clearly stipulated well before she joined. Its a sacrifice she should be willing to take if she sees it fit to join an illegal entity.

    These army blokes think they are the law themselves. They just do what they want and not what the law rerquires. Ooops I forgot there’s no law in Fiji except cranky Franky’s orders.

  5. Mark Manning permalink
    October 27, 2009 1:00 PM

    In the end, anjala and anyone else who has accepted illegal posts etc. will be held accountable in a court of law once the Government is re instated.
    And we all know that day is fast approaching now !

  6. Mark Manning permalink
    October 27, 2009 1:01 PM

  7. October 27, 2009 11:12 PM

    Hey and did you hear that from Francis Kean on TV tonite….”police picked anyone from the streets to come play for them”….setiseti, viavia vosa tu warulaki!!! Unlike the army, their officers had to sweat to get into the team!!!! Mai caka….! And the cheek of him to ask for our prayers…no way hosey!!! Not murders and abusers like the RFMF!!! I wouldn’t even care two hoots about these people (pol & army). No backbones the whole bang lot of you…wasting taxpayers money!!!!

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