Era sa kolai ciba vakaboto e na katakata e Viti


Please people click on the word “boto” to open up PDF. The message in the document is important for our Fijian Readers. Print, photocopy and distribute widely to those who do not have access to the internet.

And here’s a copy of a letter of protest to the UN Secretary General:




24 Responses to “Era sa kolai ciba vakaboto e na katakata e Viti”

  1. Mark Manning Says:

    Can’t download the article or open it !

  2. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Congratulations to Angee Hefferman for a brilliant summary of the trickery that is chaudhry’s junta and their inept dealings with the UN.

  3. Mareko Vuli Says:

    The hypocrisy and mockery that this blog runs is a whitewash trash cans of uneducated no guts pricks who would do nothinhg at nation buildings but speaks behind the veil of blogs like poison vermon that brings nothing to the country but to ruin. It would be better if all you people who are against the government to join the NCBBF and the Peoples charter to prove something rather then vermonous poison thats spits out this blog. This why Fiji Needs a leader like His Excellency the Honorable Prime Minister and Commander Frank Bainimarama to whip up truth within the nation that will get people walking rather then talking. Some people need the sasa broomstick behind there backs to get them working. We cannot afford to seat back and watch the nation go down the drain as the past goverment like SDL has lead it too. The military has brought this country from the brink of disaster for a once and all united Fiji living in peace and harmony.

    To the last person who tried to bring my past back at my old school Marist Brothers High. Please refrain from making such non-senses comments. We are living in 2008 not back in the 80s and 70s. I wonder if you passed your exams back in the days!!! It is also none of your business to make comments on my community work in Sydney. I don’t hold broken records like you and at least i am making an effort to encourage the interim regime to move the country forward. If you can reset your old mentalty and updated it to 2008 would be a great help to the nation at helm. Just rememeber ” do something for your country instead of your country doing something for you”. Au kerea sa rauta mada na vosa vakalialia, ni yalo matua mada me toso ko Viti, bula ka sautu..

  4. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Mareko Vulu SHUT UP!!

  5. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Mareko Vuli – Vakaraitaka sara na nomu vuku e ke, Qai mai i Viti mai bula mada e ke, qima ya qai o vakasama taki iko vinaka ni bera ni o via mai vosalasu vi kimamu qo!!

    The following is from

    Thu 30 Nov 06 (04:19pm) It is quite sad indeed that Australia saw it fit to travel right back to New Caledonia to be able to airlift their injured soldiers back to Australia when all they had to do was ask the Fijians for help in the evacuation.
    The army’s gripe is with our PM and somehow, due to mishandling by Downer and Brendan Nelson, the ADF finds itself on a collision course with the Fiji military. We have had three coups; none had tourists being attacked. If the warships were there purely for Australian nationals being evacuated, then all they had to do was ask the army for a clear path; they do understand and would have assisted. The warships would have been offered berthing facilities with no requirement for helicopter airlifts. The Australian government has a lot to answer for in the needless death of two servicemen. The Fiji army were taking precautions to counter a regional force because we could sort things out ourselves; there was no breakdown of law and order. The military hierarchy got spooked by the charges of sedition and you don’t spook someone who has his back to the wall.

    @Mareko Vuli,
    Well Mareko Vuli, in your professional opinion you would also suggest now that ILLEGAL DESPOT VOREQE BAINIMARAMA should not be “SPOOKED” as obviously “HIS BACK IS TO THE WALL”.

    Bainimarama said “NO CHARTER, NO ELECTIONS”!!

  6. Belijo Says:

    It’s a shame that some men went through MBHS and forgot the principles of “humility” and “modesty” that have been at the core of our learning in school. Those departed souls of Brothers that have come and gone through the school, would probably turn in their graves were they to know that this is the outcome of some of their students. Depressing, this may be, we believe in”thou shall reap whatsoever thou soweth” and as a saying goes ” ena sega ni tau tu ga na uca ena siga mai”. We pray for all of you lost souls that God’s spirit uplift you.

  7. soro Says:

    MM – you need Adobe to download the PDF

  8. Mareko Vuli Says:

    Belijo, All high and academics of Fiji came from MBHS and yes our own Commander and Prime Minister The Honorable Prime Minister Frank Baininimarama came MBHS and this is the good results and efforts our teachers, priest and brothers taught us in to be honest people and great leaders of today. I don’t know where you went to school!! Maybe Nabua Secondary the way you sound. by the way : you dont reap wot you sow, you sow wot your reap is wot i believe.. Viva to the Interim Government.

  9. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Sad to say that contrary to common belief, Voreqe Bainimarama may as well have not gone to school at all. He is a disgrace to Marist Brothers High School.

  10. Navosavakadua Says:

    @MM – had no trouble opening. Not sure what the problem is at your end. Congratulations to Solivakasama for thinking of our brothers and sisters in the villages who cannot read the internet or follow all of the English in the articles. Vinaka vakalevu Solivakasama.

  11. natewaprince Says:

    Mareko,make a hole in that charter and screw it.

    Drau sota ga na nomudrau ulukau kei Voreqe.O kauta tiko mada mai vei na tamata lialia qori.De dua o bi-polar tale ga o iko,boci.

  12. soro Says:

    Thanks SV and team for the brilliant articles. We have printed and sent them around town.

  13. Dauvavana Says:

    Mareko dro taki Vuli

    I am a old MBHS scholar to and was a Cladius.

    Brother Theophan and Brother Eugene during my time in the 1980s taught us humility, trust and respect for law.

    If Vore thinks LQ was corrupt, then let the law take its cause you moron.

    You and Vore are an embarrassment to the old boys of MBHS. Those old boys in that photo hanging at the school office showing all the MOBs who were members of parliament during independence in 1970 are going to roll in their grave because another enabarrasing old boy had raped democracy and the sanctity of parliament, and another one (YOU) supporting it.

  14. Tebara Says:

    HEAR HEAR … Well said Nite !!

    Mareko is doing Eleni the infamous Pole Saqamua. She is overwhelmed polishing guns so Mareko is doing the rounds for Eleni and their boss the Piggy.

  15. Wailei! Says:

    Well Done Old boy @Dauvavana… The difference is, Frank only reached form 5, so not a real old boy….. Plus, Brother Theophan and the rest of the brothers would think that they were teaching a Hyena….

    There is nothing upstairs to teach, he must have went through life using his RATU title to get where he is. Cant see any intelligence in the man.

    M.Vuli I dont think that the old Brothers (may they rest in peace) taught you guys to rape us. You and your frank raped us by raping democracy, our government, which represented us, which we voted in, our voice.

    Marist Motto:
    “In Hoc Signo Vinces” – “in this [sign] you will conquer”.

    But than you and Frank were very low….

    Modest In Victory, Gracious In Defeat…..

    Sa lusi ga ena politiki..kua mada na yalolevu…

    Thats the problem Frank did not even finish high school…

  16. Tim Says:

    If MV is educated, then he/she is sadly lacking in any logic. He suggests that foreign nationals should trust the RFMF to assist in evacuations – that is the very people that staged the coup.
    MV – it might be more useful if you could somehow understand that there is a matter of trust (or complete lack of it) at stake here. Despite the diplomatic speak and stuff going on at the moment, nobody actually trusts Frank – and more’s the pity for the likes of you – nor has he given them ANY reason to.
    You seem to suffer from the same complaint Frank does – that is to assume everyone is as stupid, unprincipled, dishonest and ideologically driven as he is.
    Why is it you feel the need to try and convince people in a blog such as this of your stance?. It actually says more about you than it does them.
    You’re entitled to an opinion of course, and if you’re busy doing good deeds in your community – good stuff, but faith is not blind.
    You’re pissing in the wind – in fact you’re pissing in a howling gale

  17. Adi Kaila Says:

    The trouble with SOME of our people living overseas is that they think they know more, have a better lifestyle and because of this treat us who live in Fiji like displaced people who need them.

    I have been very surprised on occassions when some of them come back to visit and they are really surprised that we may have a laptop or a much better mobile phone and God Forbid we actually have a decent fridge that has a couple of bottles of wine chilling. Then you see the eyes quickly take in your appearance from top to bottom and the same if you invite them to your home. Wow where did you get your jewellery/bag/shoes/dress? or that couch/sideboard? See we haven’t changed – we’ve always had it but these so & sos couldn’t see this before. This is where they are comparative to voreqe – no class, no ghare, no integrity, mai kila i muri na bula vakatamata qai mai sivia sara na via valevu kedra.

    This usually comes from those who had nothing before they went to live overseas – mata ni ta boka – and you know what? they are the ones who had not followed the correct procedures to migrate. We know who you are and leopards do not change their spots. They seem to be the ones who have reinvented themselves overseas and think they can fool US here with their bullshit – I say Shori Modri – we know who you are and where you came from – your fake Chanels, Dolce Gabbanas, nikes or whatever can be bought at China Towns all over the world and do not compare with the real item. As if WE don’t travel.

    Go ahead and support the ig – you don’t live here anymore and would not understand. The people who actually have homes here – yes homes in their villages and in Suva or other towns, that they own are vehement about their disgust with the illegal coupsters – these are people who contribute to the economy here as well as the countries they live in and can’t bear to see what’s happening to Fiji. These are people who come ‘home’ at least twice a year and usually bring friends with them or allow their friends to live in their homes when they visit. These are people who spend a lot of money while they are in the country – not the ones who come here and ‘namu’ their friends and relatives.

    Preaching from overseas? All well and good but does not change the fact that there is a huge anomaly going on in Fiji and the ignoramus support it wholeheartedly. The irresponsible sackings of honest hardworking people to be replaced by the ig idiocracy and the dismissive attitude towards the Law and everything else is unbelievable and if people blogging from overseas supporting the ig cannot see this then it seems their own lives are pretty bloody mean and shallow.

  18. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Vinaka Adi K for telling it like it is, I could’nt have said it better myself.

  19. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    @ MV, you sound pathetic. If you claim to be ab ex Marist, then you should hang your head in shame. CJ Fatiaki too was ex Marist and looked what happened to him?

  20. Dauvavana Says:

    CJ Fatiaki passed his exams. Mareko and Vore were drop outs

  21. LUVfiji Says:

    Well said, AdiK. I couldnt agree more with you there!

  22. deepsaugage Says:

    Its not the school but its pupils who are a shame – its greed

  23. Jose Says:

    Agree with you there Adi K. No offence to all the ladies but Mareko just seems too scattered to be a guy. Her post sounds more like a woman.Just a hunch. Again, ladies, no offence intended.

  24. Tebara Says:

    @AdiK …You nailed it spot on.

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