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There is going to be a coup at the Fiji Rugby Union Headquarters

January 19, 2010

Filipe Tuisawau has been fired from USP in his capacity as the Deputy Director of Human Resources for gross negligence of duties and insubodination. This is also the same bloke that got fired from Air Terminal Services for incompetence and overspending his budget, whereby
leaning towards embezzlement charges. He ran away to USP to dodge being fired and investigated by the current regime.

Our sources in the PM’s office have sighted and overheard him making recommendations to Frank for the restructuring of FRU to make him the new boss of our rugby fraternity.

Explosive exchanges are expected at the FRU’s next AGM at the end of the month. Where he will use the REWA rugby union(the most minute rugby union in the COUNTRY) as his vehicle where he will lobby for changes to the FRU constitution to suit Frank and his greedy and sly motives.

Birds of the same feather flock together. Bainimarama and Tuisawau

Cunning and sly idiots.

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16 Comments leave one →
  1. January 19, 2010 11:10 PM

    When you bow to Bainimarama you will get what you want. This is tabetabe but when you bend over like Filipe is doing it is called soli mua i muri.

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    January 20, 2010 9:25 AM

  3. Mark Manning permalink
    January 20, 2010 9:39 AM

    Frank’s Justice :-
    Who gave you the right to Judge, to decide who is fit to be a Negro and who is not, who ?

  4. Mark Manning permalink
    January 20, 2010 9:54 AM

    The job of the Military, is to defend :-
    A Soldier who ignores the Rule of Law, is guilty of ” TREASON ” !

  5. Mark Manning permalink
    January 20, 2010 11:29 AM

    Fiji: Downward Spiral Continues For Human Rights Following Persecution Of Prominent Human Rights Lawyer

    http://www.voxy.co.nz/national/fiji-downward-spiral-continues-human-rights-following-persecution-prominent-huma/5/35709

  6. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    January 20, 2010 7:33 PM

    I have just come back from a number of overseas holidays.

    The closest I ventured to the troubled islands of Fiji was to Vanuatu on a cruise ship. It was the same ship as the one that visited Fiji a fortnight ago when a number of passengers were assaulted and threatened whilst ashore.

    Two of these people were crew members who made it plain to passengers on the next cruise [ including me ] that they would NOT be going ashore next time the ship goes to Suva.

    In fact, Suva and the military dictatorship became a standing joke amongst the passengers. These jokes against the thugs continued in some of the shows onboard. Most passengers were talking about booking their next cruise; but not one that goes to Suva.

    It is a shame that the pathetic actions of the green goons have ruined Fiji’s reputation as a tourist destination.

  7. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    January 20, 2010 7:43 PM

    The green goons are still playing their pathetic games.

    After NZ offered an olive branch to the illegal junta in order to restore acting high commissioners, the military morons go and put up a roadblock in the form of nominating major aaaahhhaaalewinii as a councillor in the high commissioner in NZ.

    This has been done in the full knowledge that anyone with a criminal background like lewini [ high treason ] would not be eligible to enter NZ.

    bananasinpyjamas is trying to stir up more anti NZ sentiment; what a fool!

  8. Peace Pipe permalink
    January 21, 2010 10:09 AM

    EFT, good story about your island cruise and the sad reflection on Fiji. Just see what the goons have done to our beautiful country. I would have been able to stomach a bit of their illegality had they governed with some humanity and humility toward the people and their wishes.

    I also see this appointment of lewenski as some conniving tactic by the regime to play on and take advantage of an inadvertent situation.

    It will twist NZ’s arm either way they decide to go. If NZ agrees then it will compromise their policy on travel ban on Miltary officers and place NZ in a spot on the ban issue.

    If NZ does not agree the regime will jump on their propaganda bandwagon and portray NZ as acting in bad faith having just concluded a diplomatic deal.

    Either way it opens up a can of worms which NZ will regret having made the initiative albeit in good faith on their part.

  9. Mark Manning permalink
    January 21, 2010 10:13 AM

    Any negative stories regarding the bad treatment of tourists should be relayed to the various tourist operators !
    Another nail in the coffin of this already decaying corpse of a regime, will help end Fiji’s misery all the faster.

  10. ofa permalink
    January 21, 2010 4:00 PM

    Tourists and Fijians have a thing in common: The majority does not give a toss as long as the coconuts fall and the sun shines.

  11. Mark Manning permalink
    January 21, 2010 4:49 PM

    Ofa
    I don’t believe that sentiment is right.
    Many australians and New Zealanders only keep going to fiji because they think that can help the local economy and the fijians.
    If they knew that their going supports the illegal regime, then they might cancel their trips, for now !
    I think most Aussies do care about the plight of fijians and would be shocked to know the full extent of what has happened in fiji.
    Many fijians don’t even know about the human rights atrocities committed by Frank, the Military Council and the Police and Military !
    So let’s make them aware ?

  12. January 22, 2010 12:27 PM

    @ ex Fiji tourist,
    Now that’s hypocritical of you to highlight the so call bashing of tourist while visiting our (Fiji) shores. The assault and murder of Indian students in Melbourne is more serious than your allege rhetoric’s. It is call RACIAL PROFILING from skinheads like yourself. Get a life looser”.

  13. Batikadi permalink
    January 22, 2010 2:05 PM

    @ Jack, seem eFT have touch a raw nerve its you and the Fijian regime who are loosers because you taunt and intimidate, bash, etc.

    At least when it happens in Australia, there is a free media to jump on the story and report it with freedom.

    In Fiji, people are stealing and robbing each other everyday for survival and what happens. The press are not allowed to report it and the next thing we hear, teleni declares Suva a crime free zone. Go figure!!!

  14. ex Fiji tourist permalink
    January 22, 2010 3:29 PM

    Hijack

    Don’t try to change the subject.

    Deal with the criminal elements in Fiji a.k.a. the green goons.

  15. Mark Manning permalink
    January 23, 2010 1:07 PM

    Injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere !
    Martin Luther King.

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