From deepthroat within Piggate

Our mole from within the deep in the (llegal) corridors of power had just passed on plans, that as a follow up to the unreasonable request from the Arse to the Fiji Times Publisher, the illegal government is about to promulgate new laws that basically implement the antire recommendation from the special enquiry commissioned by rookrike shsyter on Fiji’s media. The one done by that idiot Anthony.

After that there will be a mass arrest of all so called dissidents which include Mr Qarase and senior SDL members, certain NGOs, chiefs, and news media personnel.

Brace for it people. Its about time we put our coward side aside, rise up as one and throw out these mob. People’s power or we’re going to be another Burma.

Remember, we need 100,000 to march into central Suva. What say you???

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14 Responses to “From deepthroat within Piggate”

  1. taukei Says:

    Unelected regime: A State against Its People

    Democracy depends on the rule of law. Democracy implies majority rule.

    Our current system excludes the people from any meaningful involvement in governance.

    To a very great extent, non-Fijians rule over the Fijian people, with disastrous consequences for the Fijians.

    The Bainimarama-Chaudhry government is a ‘state against its people’, mounting illegal campaigns against the people.

    They have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind.

    What goes around, comes around.

    Those who live by the sword, die by the sword: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.

  2. taukei Says:

    THE UN-ELECT

    If we look through history, there is a clear “pattern of failure” associated with a military rule.

    In totality, this pattern found across all military regimes in past indicates the unsustainability and failure of the military experience.

    If military dictatorship was to be the best thing that ever happened to Fiji since sliced bread, it would have worked by now.

    Instead, it has failed on each one of the three (or four) occasions that it was put into practice in this country.

    If military dictatorship had been this nation’s destiny, the people would have happily embraced it and not repelled against it.

    For twenty years, Fiji and its political institutions have been suffering from a disease.

    This cancer—military involvement in political affairs and frequent military coups— is silently eating away on the body of this nation.

    The patient is dying a slow but sure death.

    The only thing that a period of military rule, like we’ve seen on several occasions in the past, achieves is that it delays the inevitable.

    It provides the patient with a drip and a booster shot of some energy that creates an artificial impression that things are getting better but, that too, only for a while. When the signs of this booster shot wear off, however, we’re left with a patient that is weaker, sicker, and nearer to its death than it was before the military intervention was administered for not only is the booster shot only an artificial and temporary remedy, it also results in considerable waste of time–years, sometimes a decade–that could have been spent curing the cancer in the first place.

    The death will surely come unless we, the people of Fiji, follow Costa Rica’s lead and abolish the army. The choice is ours, so can be the future.

  3. Mark Manning Says:

    The only thing these thieves have in common , is money !
    Once the money goes , so does their power base , so stay calm , but lobby all International organisations today , get together and petition the United nations via the Internet and physically , if possible , by writing a petition , getting it signed and posting it or having delivered to the General Assembly . Also lobby Interpol to have these murderous arrested next time they step outside Fiji . The peace keeping troops , Police and Military are the very ones who are keeping these people in power . They are providing the Military with much needed funds . Lobby your relatives in the Military to abandon their dream of becoming wealthy , for the short term , by returning , for the sake of your nation and your children . Haven’t you 40 and 50 year olds already missed out on enough opportunities because of these stupid coups ? And now you seem to be happy to stand by and have the next generation of 20 year olds suffer the same fate you have ! Also , lobby the newspapers and news networks all around the world . Get your mobile videos ready and your cameras to take footage of what’s happening there and download any illegal or suspicious activity by the Police and Military to the International broadcasters . Start organising yourselves and informing us on what is happening . The suppression of free speech and the freedom of the press are a fundamental right . The International Unions won’t stand by idly and let Frank get away with it . Lobby the Maritime Union of Australia and the American press ,, as the Americans would rather die than lose their rights to free speech and they’ll help you defend that right . So if you see , photograph , video or know anything , expose it as soon as you can . The elected Prime Minister can still ask for Military Intervention or assistance under your various Pacific island agreements .

  4. FijiGirl Says:

    MARCH in March! We’ve been talking and bloggin about it for months now. Let’s do it! If we can do it before the buggers pass their piddly little law, all the better. No lamu sona now.

  5. Mark Manning Says:

    http://headheeb.blogmosis.com/2006/12/the_fiji_coup_chiefs_commoners.php

  6. anon Says:

    We saw this coming… from long ago RFC,WFC,HNC..It was clear as crysal.

  7. Ibis Says:

    Okay…So they do that, throw all the Fijian leaders in, and reduce all visible opposition locally. Then what will they do next…most probably they will go ahead with the drafting of the charter & disseminate it through a controlled mass media. All political parties that contest the election will have to adopt the charter as part of their platform..and promise the military that they will turn it into law within the first year in office. All agreed political parties will have military people in their ranks at strategic positions, sothat they form the majority in parliament across party lines. They get in parliament and form the required two thirds ( they ahve the other support from FLP & NAP) to change the constitution. They adopt the chaudhary charter into the constitution or they make it our improved extreme-makeover-constitution and it beconmes law…that’s it folks. Politics in its dirtiest form. For the third time in history of Fiji, the majority of the people in this country will be duped by those in power. Once during the sale of Fiji to UK in 1874 ( Indians came in 5 years later), second the processing of the 1997 constituion and the exclusion of genuine honest dicscussion by the people, this one will be next. If people do not stop the charter from getting into parliament, there is very little hope in the world for those in Fiji.. Fiji will get into alot of conflict in the future just as the 1997 constitution is getting that to Fiji now. We will have afew more revolutions within three years…..It’ll be adisaster..just so that we pass a law to get chodo, voreqe, teleni & Co not to go to jail…indeed corruption is a threat to national security as we have seen since dec 5 2006.

  8. Budhau Says:

    There is only certain things the the IG can do while they claim that the constitution is intact.

    If the abrogate the constitution, then the can put in a decree similar to the Internal Security Decree that was put in place after the ’87 coup. With a decree like that, they can throw people in jail, without trial, for a long time.

    The conflict that some of you talk about – yes there will be conflict in Fiji, this conflict is the result of the power struggle between the various Fijian factions – you will have to deal with it now and in future.

  9. Mark Manning Says:

    Any human rights violations should be a matter for the United Nations under the Conventions of which Fiji is a signatory . If any regime choose to ignore them , they will be held accountable , eventually , to the International Community . There’s not one Fijian , I believe , who would want to jeopardise his chances of ever being allowed to leave Fiji’s shores again . I think this regime knows now , that the Internet is what is different to the previous coups ! The exposure is there , even from a mobile phone !

  10. onisimo Says:

    FIJI BOARD EXILES:

    there was an Inspector Kisoko on the radio this morning going on about the Charter. he is apparently the official spokesman for the Charter.

    he said its a process for “celebration” because its based on a “life giving” goal.

    then another guy – a guy from a village in Udu in Macuata finished off the Ministry of Information /FAB radio programme by saying that those who were oppossing the Charter would end up in the “other world” – while those doing the Charter would be “celebrating”. the guy is happy because he got some sort of “assistance” – so while the rest of Fiji is having problems, this guy is eating off the cream and enjoying – which puts him in the same class as the soldiers who are kicking and kissing the bucket and the Charter NCBBF Council member who kicked the bucket on Friday and those in that same class.

    and the irony to me listening to the programmes was that these fools just had one of their Charter council members buried yesterday and here they are talking on the radio about “celebrating” today and “the way forward” and “Gods will”.

    oh boy….

    Last Edited By: real jack 03/15/08 14:43:00.

    on the TV news tonight, Khaiyum was at the funeral of a top NCBBF Charter council member – a guy from the Amadihya sect – in his early 40’s – he was one of the guys sitting with Archbishop Mataca at the top table when they had the first introduction of that thing – a member of the senior committee and one of its stalwarts – eventually those Charter guys will be dropping like flies – just like the RFMF – Archbishop Petero Mataca can pray until he goes red in the face, it ain’t going to make a difference – they are fighting in tehrealmn of the vanua and they are facing off with the bai ni vanua, up close and personal, and they will go out in confusion, discord, failure and coffins – Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Atheist or Queens Council or whatever it doesn’t make an iota of difference – no difference whatsoever.

    and btw xtali, in other news they showed the Suva water catchment at its lowest – its so low they will start water cuts from next week – the hot hot sun that came after the hurricane has dried out the water ways – and so now its drought. didn’t i tell you hot hot sun would follow the drought xtali ? i told you two months ago that this was coming – live and learn guy. i tell you again this year will be the worst ever for sugar. mark that down.

    Last Edited By: real jack 03/15/08 00:28:19.

    ora o McCoy
    03/14/08 19:07:23

    McCoy choked on Thursday – they had to “stretcher” him out of the proceedings – time for the bokola to see the Doctor – sa tekivu ora na boto.

    they probably looking for salt now – salt tale ni cava ? sa bera nai talatala.

    sa coba tu vei la qori na moto – vakasaga tiko na vanua – rau na qai veikalikali ga i vale katudua kei na moto ni vanua qori. caqeta vinaka sara ga qai lobo tu yani vakatitobu.

    Reynolds asked for an adjournment for McCoy to be excused on Thursday – McCoy sat down and couldn’t get up – dabe ga o mudrau mai vaka galegale tu yani – sega ni lewa na nona dabe – e na qai tini ni sa sega ni lewa na nona qera.

    tovolei Viti dina mada mudrau – qo na nodra soso na qaqa – drau sa kemudrau maleka sara toka ga qori – drau na sega ni cola na soso oqo. ora na boto, qai vakacevuvu na ketena me vaka na baluni, sa na qai kacabote.

    as the ancients say about these things : “ci yani bokola”.

    i sau gona ni saga tiko na vanua o Viti.

    Last Edited By: real jack 03/14/08 21:12:17.

  11. John Veikoso Says:

    Why dont you people go and plant cassava, you know tavioka for ethanol instead of wanting to march!! march for what?? dou yavu vucesa!!!

  12. Dauvavana Says:

    JV Take the cassava and shove it up your you know where

  13. lauan boy Says:

    john veikoso….levuni boci.

    okay ppl…march is it.

  14. Destiny Says:

    What are you going to march for?? Lauan boy you sure as hell wont be marching after your comments about Rokoului and the Military… hahahha

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