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Bainimarama’s Viti Brand TP

February 24, 2010

The ribald reaction from Bainimarama was anticipated, in dismissing the more than 600,000 petition to have elections this year as ‘toilet paper’. He was caught with his pants down, having singly campaigned all week to wipe himself clean of his sins with the rural people of Fiji.

The plain truth is that some things are difficult to wipe away. Such is the original sin of illegal seizure of power that creates a pathological urge among coup makers to perpetuate their rule, at the expense of Democracy.

So it did not come as a surprise that Bainimarama’s immediate retort to the petition was- toilet paper! a guilty involuntary psychological response!

By now Bainimarama and his illegal government should realize that his ‘cleaning up the mess’ coup was an easy hope but a difficult task to realize that needed more than the military brand toilet paper drill , use- both- sides- and -edges –also!

The illegal military regime should take a short tip of RW Jackman, who concluded, “In short, military intervention in the politics of the Third World has no unique effects on social change, regardless of the level of economic development or geographic region”.

 And that where comparatively higher rate of economic growth has taken place under military regimes, development has not been the result of military rule per se but of some fortuitous factor such as a massive infusion of foreign aid (South Korea under Park), availability of a natural resource like oil (Libya, Indonesia Nigeria), or the sudden price increases for certain exports (copper and tin in Zaire).

 We dont see Fiji being endowed with any any of the three in the near future , so stop fooling yourselves and give us our democracy Vorege!

 For as pointed out by Finer, “the cardinal weakness of the military as a political force” is that force does not automatically create right especially in a globalized world as found out by Driti with his UN expulsion.

The simple fact is that in order to legitimize your military regime you must devise a political formula and political ideology that gains acceptance among the people, and not simply  gain brownie points from Australia and New Zealand to relax the travel ban.

Trying to rediscover the virtues of colonialism, socialism and capitalism as you are now doing in your illegal government’s development plans for the nation will not solve Fiji’s problems.

The quicker Liberal Democracy takes hold immediately  and develop without militarism the better for Fiji.

Kai Colo

24 Comments leave one →
  1. lastpolarbear permalink
    February 24, 2010 8:14 PM

    I wonder if Fiji will be one of the countries going on Australia’s terrorist watch list !

  2. Free Fiji permalink*
    February 24, 2010 8:44 PM

    Mark good to see u,yesterday I recived info that there are so many Pakistani people ariving in Fiji they are a bit worried that Fiji might be used as a transit point for these kind of radical is a bit scary when You think of it..

  3. Nostradamus permalink
    February 25, 2010 2:02 AM

    I wonder if Viti could be requested to print a picture of Voreqe’s face on each piece of toilet paper in the roll.

  4. Katalina Balawanilotu permalink
    February 25, 2010 3:21 AM

    Vilisi pushed the gangsters’ hands to show themselves in future dealings with Australia and NZ. John Key will be told which toilet to sit on once the mob’s ring leader gets his foot planted on NZ soil.

    Message to John Key : Dictators don’t negotiate.

  5. Katalina Balawanilotu permalink
    February 25, 2010 3:41 AM

    Mark Manning, someone was giving me credit for stamina and I did not respond because I was embarrassed.

    You own that credit.

    I want you to know that I seek you out whenever I log on. I admire your devotion and very appreciative of your concerns for my Fiji. Sometime back I received an email from one who is aware I am a follower that you were on Matavuvale. Island Boy was doing the same things he has always done; attacking those of us who truly want to unseat the mobsters. Anyway, I was on your side but short on time. You are the only CONSTANT I am aware of and you earned my respects.

  6. C.I.A permalink
    February 25, 2010 8:34 AM

    what about free FIji do you respect him?

  7. ofa permalink
    February 25, 2010 1:35 PM

    The Turkish military commanders held an arrogance similar to Cassava Frank’s. Yesterday a dozen of them were arrested for an attempted coup in 2003. Saddam also had a big mouths, well, until he hanged from a rope. So Frank, you may dismiss our wishes as toilet paper, one day you will pay the price.

  8. Katalina Balawanilotu permalink
    February 25, 2010 2:04 PM

    Free Fiji, fdn, Democracy Movement, Bubu, MF, Fijisilenced. FijiGirl, Raw Fiji News, Real Fiji news, Coup Four and a Half, .. too many to name; they all are doing a great service and very appreciated and I don’t know who they are but I know Mark.

  9. Koya na Man permalink
    February 25, 2010 10:56 PM

    I’am amazed by the lack of sub concious level in the back this illegal PMs mind when he is challenging civil servants on todays Fiji Times, to come out of their shell/comfort zone.

    Don’t worry guys, cassava patch frank will come out of his shell with all his mate who are currently mating with him when they enter Naboro..(kana boro mada).

    Nothing good comes out from the use of the barrel of the gun, no wonder they say “a pen is mightier then a sword”.

  10. February 26, 2010 7:17 AM

    The dictator cannot believe that his support that he was boasting about to be around 60% has just been thrown in his face. Bainimarama now realizes that no one in Fiji believe in Him because he is nothing more than a power monger.
    Te reality that is facing Bainimarama now is the eventuality of his prison sentence for the crimes against humanity that he has done in Fiji.He is facing a very bleak future and as Fiji’s economy nosedive into oblivion so does Bainimarama’s longevity as an illegal PM.

  11. Soko permalink
    February 26, 2010 8:06 AM

    Koya Na Man.

    Are you sending out subliminal messages again?

  12. Koya na Man permalink
    February 26, 2010 9:33 AM

    Bula Soko

    I respect ur opinion but let me ask u a question, what good has the military done for fiji so far going back to 87.

    DO they bring about economical prosperity?, or do they bring about lack of investor confidence,more corruption(bhaini taking 200(+) gran paying off his property),shutting out critics by the use of force,no jobs, e.t.c.,e.t.c..

    Look at other third world countries that has been destroyed by a bunch of power hungry morans.O.K. just take a closer look at Fiji, it normally takes a few more years to bring back economic stability after 87 & 2000, no idea about this one…

    What I’am trying to say here bro is that they are sick,unrealistic and they need prison time to set them straight.

  13. February 26, 2010 12:38 PM

    Reading the Fijisun today indicates only one thing this guy is truely a dictator.
    He is saying that New Zealand, Australia and the Commonwealth are not seeing what he is doing for Fiji.
    They don’t want your proposals, propaganda or charter, they want to see the power of the people to rule Fiji not the gun.
    Democracy is the word and that is final, because with it the whole of Fiji will suffer and that is what you don’t see.
    Why because you have your own personal interest and agenda.
    Take the log out of you eyes then tell them(New Zealand,Australia and Commonwealth) to do like wise.

    God bless Fiji

  14. February 26, 2010 12:55 PM

    Reading the Fijisun today indicates only one thing,this guy is truely a dictator.
    He is saying that New Zealand, Australia and The Commonwealth are not seeing what he is doing for Fiji.
    They don’t want your proposals, propaganda or charter.
    They want to see the power of the people to rule not the gun.
    Democracy is the word and that is final, because without it the whole of Fiji will suffer and that is what you don’t see.
    Why because you have your own personal interest and agenda.
    Take the log out of your eyes, then tell them( New Zealand,Austraila and Commonwealth) to do like wise.

    God bless Fiji.

  15. Koya na Man permalink
    February 26, 2010 10:46 PM

    Soko magaijinana, volavola jiko mai… fuck.

    Isa, sorry for the miscief above, it’s just a small something between me and bro soko..

    Tonoka a ‘omui voco vakatotolo sara soko..

  16. Soko permalink
    February 28, 2010 10:07 AM

    Koya Na Man.

    I will disambiguate for the very last time, Fiji along with its inhabitants crossed the Rubicon in the year 87AD and found they were in a quandary but most importantly they found they were teetering on a fulcrum foreboding the inevitable, the descent into the much dreaded abyss.

    In crossing that Rubicon the Fijians lost their in-culpableness but what was to follow would forever diminish the morality the Fijian Nation was renowned for.

    The seed of predation and destruction was inseminated by those with pernicious motives, they appeal to baseness that lies deep within the very souls of men for these people do not the extent of their wickedness.

    The extrication from such filth would take at the very least four or five maybe even six generations to rid ourselves of activities that transgresses not only moral but civil law.
    Hope this answers some of your query and no I don’t not condone nor approve the usurpation of a government voted by the people.

    Now be like a good little boy go find you a tapi and sosomaka e omu voco

  17. Koya na Man permalink
    February 28, 2010 11:13 AM

    Bula soko, au vakabauta ni na vinaka me na soko mada e na nomui voco e dua na i kelekele ni waqa ni container / waqa sara beka ga ni cont…..oops,oops, sa rui ka lailai beka ya.

    Vosota sara, let me make things simple for you boy,may I say who are you to play God in this situation, saying it will take 4-5 generation to free ourselves of transgression.

    As long as we continue to occupy planet earth there will be transgression everywhere,it will be even worse as we get closer to the coming of the Mesiah..

    Look around u,what culpability are u talking about, now people are fond of the “I don’t care” attitude, no one wants a sense of responsibility,just like Cassava frank who doesn’t want to be blamed of anything

  18. Koya na Man permalink
    February 28, 2010 12:07 PM

    Sorry soko, just one last thing b4 I go.

    THe reason I was suggesting prison time for these military goons, is bcoz everytime they stage a coup they don’t want to be responsible and go to prison, they do all the bullshit decrees to cover their ass.Is this the sense of culpability u trying to paint all of us Fijians with, when only the military have lost their sense of moral and keep on staging coups.

    O.K. what about the civillian coup staged by George Speight, he in fact wanted to be fully responsible and cop the maximum sentence in prison, a show of true patriotism and manhood.All of them went to prison, even the soldiers who jumped on his band wagon.That’s accepting responsibilty and the rule of law.This group seems to have their sense of moral with them, what say Soko.

    By the way the seed of predation n destruction was first planted into the hearts of our first ancestors, way way back in the garden of EDEN..SInce we are part of them, this curse will follow us(the inhabitants of planet EARTH) , Look at the bigger picture,not the picture of ur wanna be smart ass..

    Now U quoted the the morality of Fiji will diminish forever, a fabricating statement known to be disseminated by non patriots who do not love their country, never support it nor love its interest.

    One piece of advise for u, don’t fuck Fire(oi me mosi), sorry,sorry, “Play With Fire” I mean….

    Now be a good little boy, go and find urself a cassava patch, and sosomaka e na nomui voco………don’t kocokoco bro n put everything in at once, u do the math, whatever is comfy to u, leaves first or roots first, whatever………

  19. Soko permalink
    February 28, 2010 12:18 PM

    Koya Na Boy.

    Have I got you rattled enough yet? or are you going to go crying to ta Qarase now listen here you little simpleton these jackass’s all those in the SDL including your ta Qarase are founding wanting in fact they are conspicuous by their absence.

    Now you can pull your head out of their nethers regions, its not a pleasant site.

  20. February 28, 2010 2:20 PM

    sa vacava tiko o Voreqe,sa rere tiko

  21. Koya na Man permalink
    February 28, 2010 6:55 PM

    Soko boy

    Don’t even think about my being rattled, I may look simple but don’t judge a book by its cover,If u seek u shall find, find ka dina.

    Looks like ur jackass is currently facilitating ur tail right now, ur coward piece of shit.

    U are all the same, trying to be smart, a bully,and in the end a SONALEVU…

    Naboro will be ur ta voreqes destiny and who will be there to host the welcoming party, no other than Bro George Speight,ur a smart ass, u do the math about the rest.

    Sa dri yani……….

  22. buinivai permalink
    March 7, 2010 2:57 PM

    It’s time to start inflicting some pain to this asshole – Shit man!! Kidnap one of his kids and put her/him in one of those long drop toilet — take a video of her/him doing the head stand and while doing the head stand, get him/her to recite this line every 2 minutes:

    Daddy, AU SA BOI DADA

    ….and send the video to Frank and a copy over the internet…

    As he pointed out that 600,000 petition as toilet paper, well… VORE the Sonalevu, 600,000 petition as toilet paper versus one of your kids in the long drop doing the head stand for 600,000 hours.
    …. Hey Frank, you more than welcome to do the head stand urself!! SONALEVU… BLOOD IN UR HAND MY FRIEND!! and remember my favourite TV series is called “6ft under” – Lovonilase just around the corner!! 🙂

  23. senijiale permalink
    March 7, 2010 3:03 PM

    @ buinivai – can you go flap your buinivai @ suva point and return when u’re calm, cool and collected?

    LEAVE THE JUNTA KIDS ALONE – its not their fault they were born to idiotic parents.

  24. Lomani permalink
    February 3, 2012 9:15 PM

    I salute the effort made by Ratu Voreqe Bainimarama and the Military Council to steer Fiji forward..

    Right from the word go, I saw new things happening in Fiji and the birth of a New Fiji. I can see that a lot of comment against Ratu Bainimarama is baseless and rather personal. My opinion is based on national issues that of interests if we are to talk on eco-social be liberated both economically and socially.

    The bible speaking Proverb 29: 18 says: “Without vision people perish’; God himself said about the Israelites in Hosea 4:6: “my people are destroyed for lack of knowledge”. you can only seek knowledge if you are a visionaire and let me tell you Ratu Voreqe Bainimarama excel because he has a set vision and he remain focus on the mandate eventhough initially there were pressure from the international community should I say global community.

    Now the international community new that Fiji is moving forward independently without there support. They are begining to find their way back. I see the whole exercise as a blessing in disguise because it brings out the best in Fiji leadership.

    I am one of the candidate benefited from the this great vision, it motivated me to go out and establish myself outside the country where I could contribute to this great vision either on ecnomic- or social platform.

    Some people have to be heart for Fiji to move forward and that is something we need to accept. In Exodus 32:28-3,000people died when the law was delivered to Moses at Mount Sinai; in Act 2: 3,000were saved when they celeberated the giving of the same law through the releasing of the Holy Spirit.

    The message is: there are more life to be saved than death and don’t forget that future generation needs true leaders and Ratu Bainimarama is one of them.

    By the way; I’m now a very successful businessman, a full Fijian and come from a low background but I am proud to say that I took advantage of the situation in Fiji to make a name for me and also for my country and now I’m returning home to invest on development.

    Thank you Ratu Voreqefor your courage to stand above critics and take us forward to eco-socio independence.

    God bless Fiji.

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