Monday, February 25, 2008



These were the Illegal Prime Minister Mahedra Chaudary's words to the Indian Government about Fiji and the Indigenous Fijians:

“The average Indian in Fiji is struggling. Currently we have an administration who is friendly to the Indian populace and will provide them protection. However the indigenous population is very hostile and violence is inevitable. No one can trust the chiefs but to ensure the survival of the Indians, we need all the help
from you.”

and he adds,

"The Fijian is not of the correct frame of mind to run their own affairs. Their immaturity at running a country and business requires a guiding hand in the form of strong leadership such as of the military.”

This is an insult to the indigenous population of this country. The truth has now come out!

What are the indigenous going to do about this? Ex Fiji Tourist and the authors of Solivakasama Blog have suggested that we all rise up and protest peacefully against this regime. I am inclined to believe that this will be the only way that the voice of the indigenous can be heard. Non violence is the key!

Sunday, February 24, 2008


In todays edition of the Fiji Times we read:

"TUI Ba Ratu Sairusi Nagagavoka says he will not speak against his "beta" Mahendra Chaudhry after The Fiji Times identified the interim Finance Minister as the one accused of not paying his taxes when due.
Ratu Sairusi said he was closely associated to Mr Chaudhry to make a comment.
"He's my beta (son) and I will not comment on it," he said.
Ratu Sairusi was surprised when told of the contents of the articles in The Fiji Times.
"Oh is it him? I can't say anything on that.
"He's my beta and he calls me kaka."
Ratu Sairusi said he would always be grateful to Mr Chaudhry for assisting him whenever he was in need like when the chiefly house in Sorokoba was built with the assistance from foreign aid during Mr Chaudhry's term as Prime Minister.
"He arranged for about $175,000 grant from Taiwan, which was directed towards this house," he said."

Here is a native and a chief at that , that calls, Fiji's Public Enemy No.1 his "son" or "child"

Fiji's Public Enemy No.1 arranged for a substantial grant from Taiwan to assist this native in building his palace in Ba.Not thats it's a bad thing....quite a loving gesture from a conniving, sly fox who found a way to buy the heart of moneyless natives. Come to think of it, i'm needing a house myself....maybe i could go up and ask him to get me another Taiwanese loan to build me my own palace....???!!!

But this love relationship between 'beta' MPC Fiji's Public Enemy No.1 and his blinded by $$$

'kaka' from Ba was not really a love can be likened to a relationship between Count Dracula and his hapless victim. The victim was mersmerised by the Count's handsomeness and suavness......but she didnt count on his blood sucking fangs. By the time she was aware of it, the Count had all his fangs on her throat....sucking out the very life out her .

An excerpt from TardWatch Blog reveals the following,"

I have read some of the vitriol that Chaudhary has spouted off against the Fijians while he was in India. You almost shed a tear reading the stuff that has been passed on to me. It really is sickening and the Vanua is been openly mocked and ridiculed. If I was to distribute it to the villagers, they would break down in tears (yes, even grown men)”.

I hope that "TARDWATCH" will make public on his blog the exact vitriol that Fiji's Public Enemy No.1 MPC spouted off in India against us hapless natives. The venerable chief from Ba should be given a copy of what was said so that he can be aware that he is in love with Fiji's Public Enemy No.1., HATER OF THE NATIVE FIJIAN PEOPLE!

Monday, February 18, 2008


An interesting excerpt from Mark Manning:

Mark Manning Says: February 18, 2007
The following is a comment I made on the Fiji Times and then two replies to my original comment . I think that the replies fully explain the true intentions of those behind this coup and perhaps even indicate that it was planned well in advance ! I have copied it directly from the pages of the have your say section of the Fiji Times , it has not been changed nor anything added to it in anyway . It is a genuine article from two emotional individuals .


From: “Mark A. Manning”Date: 12 September 2007 11:56:07 AMTo: Today’s reply to my comment !

1. Mark Manning of Sydney,Australia (38 minutes ago)
It matters not what anyone thinks , this regime decided years ago just exactly what it had in mind and how it would achieve it’s goals . Anyone who believes otherwise , is deluding themselves ! The processes this regime have put into place , are merely a smokescreen to hide their real intent . And one can only assume that that is total dominance over all facets of fijian society . Hasn’t anyone in Fiji understood yet , that Fiji is being sold out to the asians from under your feet , by your own countrymen ?


2. Indian of India (29 minutes ago)
To Mar Manning of Sydney Australia-#343.

These silly Fijians do not know- ha!ha!ha!ha!ha! We are controlling their Military now. We will do it slowly until we destroy all the Fijian Institutions and the their land rights. The silly Fijians including the selfish Ganilau and Bai do not know and do not bother. GENOCIDE is the MISSION. It can achieved politically.


4. GO INDIA GO.5. Crash Stock Exchange of United States (14 minutes ago)
To India and Manning

6. hahahaha…yeah lets start with crashing the South Pacific Exchange dominated by India and the banks! Maybe the Fijians can start thinking about the 6 billion deal now…hehehehe Take your pick!

7. Fijians are lousy merchants anyway because their eyes have always been to big for their stomach(traditionally) thus the need to have a corporate body(GCC new look) to curb the crooks that take advantage of the Natadola projects etc. I say Code of conduct is necessary because no chief should be above the law neither are accountants!

From this rather heated & passionate exchange of tirades on the Fiji Times, 'Your Say' column,

i am led to believe that:

1. some very nasty people of asian descent are out to turn Fiji into some kind of "Little India".

2. the coup was planned very thoroughly many years in advance. was this very nasty group of asians that planned the coup.

4. it was a silly Fijian that was vesumona'd to carry out the coup.

5. somehow there is some truth that some Fijians up there are in the words of the Laughing Samoans...."I jes gan't biliv it!"

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Lates Update from Fijitimes Online says as follows:

" A CONSULTANT from India has recommended that all native land in Fiji be dereserved.
The consultant Dr M Krishnamurthi who has been appointed Sugar research Institute of Fiji Board of Director's wrote the report commissioned the by interim Finance and Sugar Minister Mahendra Chaudhry.
It also recommends that 4 hectare farms are uneconomical and that lost of 40 - 400 hectare farms are more viable.
It also recommends that all investments on the farms be carried out by the lessee while the lease periods be at a minimum of 75 years.
Dr Krishnamurthi of Sugarcane Production research and Management Services a company formed in India to fulfill the vacuum in crop production technologies in India and most Asian countries.
Questions have been sent to Mr Chaudhry on the matter of native land derservation."
We are indeed treading on very dangerous ground. MPC said on lasts nights TV interview that landowners and all stakeholders would be consulted on the matter. The ball is quickly shifting courts. How this will all work out will be another matter. What if the landowners disagree? Will they be forced to comply ast the Charter tries to legislate policies concerning the land?
I percieve a very thrilling drama unfolding. The climax is coming up ahead.stay tuned!


Interesting Comment on Solivakasama,

"Edward Herman Says:

The World’s population is 6,602,224,175 (July 2007 est. - the-world-fact book). Fijians number less than half a million at the most (on the entire planet). That approximates to a miniscule fraction of the World’s population – they are an endangered subspecies.
Race is an issue that is a fact of life and cannot be ignored.
Fijians have a right as an endangered people to not feel threatened and to have affirmative policies in place for their survival and betterment (this happens everywhere Maoris, Australian Aborigines, and American Indians). They have been lagging behind for eons, and it has only recently that the new kudos of educated and entrepreneurial ones had success; because they were given the opportunity. They need to help their fellow kind emulate their success. Those that have not been as successful yet, need not be envious of those that had made it, but through hard work and perseverance should reach their goal also. Other races in Fiji need to respect this and nurture this jewel of a race. They are precious and must be protected and supported.
Other races including descendents of Indian Indentured laborers, Melanesians, Polynesians, Europeans/part-Europeans, Chinese etc. who are here by decisions of their ancestors in search of a new home, or brought here by other devious means of their masters, need to feel a sense of identity and belonging and have opportunities available to them so they may also feel equal and accepted. This should not however be at the expense of the Fijians, who by their nature are an accommodating race.
The root of the problem lies in the human race, disastrous characteristics of greed, power, selfishness, jealousy, hatred, envy … an endless list.
Tolerance, understanding, and goodwill are paramount for the different races to live together. First and foremost, the Fijian culture and values must be adopted by all then within it one may practice their own subculture. That’s what gives one the right to call Fiji home.
This change in perception has to come from within not without, and certainly not by force.Anything short of this will see the self destruction of a Nation.
Unfortunately the current administration is widening this divide to the point of no return, yet again by touching another sacred institution of native land, without proper consultations with the owners (who even amongst themselves have many unsettled conflicts).
We must remember “The land has eyes!”"

On an extra note,last nights interview with MPC on TV on the dereservation of Native Land shows that the Illegal Interim Government is treading on very dangerous ground. MPC's attempts to sidestep the issue made him look even more guilty. He made an utter fool of himself. In other words...He lost his cool! Beating around the bush and sidestepping honest, open questions by the TV reporters just makes him look like a criminal. Whatever he wants to do concerning Fijian land, will be to the Fijians, nothing short of a criminal act. He should be prepared to open and honest to the general public about his intentions. he is already implicated as the Minister that evades taxes. THE MAN SHOULD RESIGN!


In todays edition of the Fiji Times we read,

"EMERGING Indian political parties are likely to take over the Fiji Labour Party's domain in the next election, says former politician and academic Dr Tupeni Baba.
He said the FLP would have no Fijian support at the next polls, given its affiliation with the People's Charter.
His comment follows a statement from outgoing FLP Nadi president Vijay Prasad last week, who sounded the warning for the party.
"Emerging groups apart from the NFP are tipped to win seats that belonged to FLP," Dr Baba said.
He said FLP would pay the price at the polls particularly in winning national and communal seats.
"It's too late for FLP to turn back. The greatest thing the FLP has done is destroy the belief in democracy which the party was regarded for. As a founder of FLP, we knew we stood for democracy."
Dr Baba said FLP's sorry excuse for joining the interim Government "is the end for them".
Several attempts to reach party spokesperson and President Jokapeci Koroi were futile.
Dr Baba said FLP needed to go underground, regroup and find a new leader in the process if the party was to survive.
"They've not revived the economy and ever since the coup, they've been on a witch hunt, pushing Fijians out of office. They'll never be forgotten for that."
Quoting the late Dr Timoci Bavadra, Dr Baba said the party was bigger than any individual. The FLP need to rediscover itself and undergo reform as it has wandered from its original philosophy, he said.
"This is a lesson for them. They showed their hand in the military-backed coup and collusion with the military before the coup is apparent. There is no hope of them restoring the cornerstone of the party under the present leadership."
The cornerstone for the party was democracy, social justice and multiracialism, he said.
"Now they can forget attracting Fijian voters which was one of their aims since Bavadra's time. FLP needs to rediscover its origins. FLP has a chance but only after it replaces its leadership."
Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party national director Peceli Kinivuwai said Mr Prasad's comments was "nice to come from an Indian".
"Every time we say it, we are accused of racial intent. He (Mr Prasad) was bold enough to point out FLP had trampled on institutions dear to the hearts of indigenous Fijians," Mr Kinivuwai said.
"They come in and take our money. Why don't they leave Fijian institutions which are dear to Fijians? They should just do their business and keep away from Fijian institutions. It's unfortunate that Mahendra Chaudhry cannot see that."
Mr Kinivuwai said Mr Chaudhry should tread with care as Mr Prasad was expressing the views of laymen and people on the ground, the grassroots."
The biggest mistake FLP did was to support the People's Charter. If it ever was to gain Fijian support for the party, it should have stayed away from issues that would touch the Fijian psyche. To many Fijians, their land is their life. You touch their land in any way shape of form is to touch the very heart of the Fijian soul. Next to God, Fijian land is second in line of importance. To some, even more important.
Like Dr. Baba said, "It's too late for FLP to turn back."
They have signed their own DEATH WARRANT!

Sunday, January 13, 2008

A New Beginning!

Religious pundits have hailed 2008 the Year of a New Beginning! The number 8 signifies this in
Hebrew numerical translations.

In my last post I recounted my dream.....I then spent a month abroad. My spouse and I were horrifed to say the least when we received news that a group of men were taken into custody for an alleged assasination attempt of the PM. All I could say was, well, either there was a genuine
plot to overthrow the regime and just like the post by YELLOW BUCKET said, more than 3/4 of Fiji's population are conspiring to do just only gripe was......."GUYS......IF YOU WERE PLANNING SOMETHING.........YOU WERE TOO SLOW IN EXECUTING IT.! And if you weren't, THEN WOULD ANOTHER GROUP PLEASE STAND UP AND DO SOMETHING BECAUSE THIS COUNTRY IS HEADING FOR A NEW BEGINNING.....AND IT LOOKS TO ME LIKE WE ARE GOING TO HAVE THE BEGINNINGS OF A SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST STATE........!!!!!

I heard through the coconut wireless that a certain Ministry in Government was handed $20.00 telecards for each Department to use in a month.......imagine that! A governement with NO MONEY!

Then not too long ago I heard from a very reliable source that a certain section of a Department had not received two fortnights pay! WOW......and the negatives are unending.......

Then just a couple of days ago I hear that FNPF is no longer going to assist parents in funding their children's tuition and will only permit the full funding of Form 7 students.......what a tragedy this is.......parents will be affected , students will be affected, Private Schools will be affected.......

The list is endless.........

It has been this way since the coup started. And here we are in our cushy homes and offices blogging's not right. Something must be done.....blogging has served no real purpose for me other than just venting my frustrations......somethings needs to be done.......some things need to be cleaned up.....if we don't stage an uprising this year.......Fiji will become either a communist state or an Islamic state.....this is not what anyone of us want.......

It's time something was done!