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From Sukuna to Sunuka!

March 23, 2010

 So Sukuna Day is no more in its place is the reincarnation of the old criminal Sunuka (Snooker) gang of Suva.

In his ethnic cleansing campaign Sunuka Frank has seen it fit to elevate himself and relegate to the dustbin of history the legacy of this great chief.

 Now we are told that recognition of traditional authority was a mistake as epitomized by this great statesman. Sunuka Frank’s logic is simple, in honouring the late high chief we citizens support the influences opposed to necessary changes forcefully wrought by the Sunuka himself.

 Therefore with all the recent indigenous rights declaration by The United Nations, this holiday in respect of Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna could become a rallying point for political dissent. Herein lays the irony of it all- the exact opposite will happen. Sunuka Frank in his convoluted thinking by denying a Fijian democratic culture to form and mature is guilty of the same sins supposedly committed by Ratu Sukuna- the delay instead of the hastening of Fijian social and economic development. Democracy Now!

Kai Colo

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Horowhenua whore whore permalink
    March 23, 2010 10:10 PM

    Where is Rinikama? Has he been bashed and tortured by the cowardly Fiji military? Has he been murdered?
    If anything has happened to him those directly held responsible must be people like gates, madigan, aziz, khaiyum and the girly girl pryde! These and their cohorts like the shameems are destroying the very fabric of a once wonderful nation!!

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    March 23, 2010 11:50 PM

    Maybe it should be replaced by Chindia day !

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