Foot in mouth as usual, or is it head in arse?

I have just heard another childish outburst from the Pig on Bula FM news.

The Pig was commenting about the death threats to the Australian High Commission and now he is blaming the Australian High Commission for manufacturing the death threats themselves.

He also claim that Australia is trying its best to rock his leadership because he runs and unelected government. Of course Australia would you fool because it is now representing us the silent majority WHO WANTS AN ELECTED GOVERNMENT REPRESENTING US NOW!!!

This fool does not even speak perfect Fijian and he wants to identify as a Bauan dialect speaker. He uttered, “e na gauna oqo e sega madaga ni dua na saini ni rere e tiko vei koya na tamata qo” translating the English word “sign” directly into Fijian. He then pauses, realised his mistake and said, “sega madaga ni dua nai vakaraitaki”. What an embarrassment!

Finally, when reacting to the High Commissioner’s statement that he has given his staff the freedom to pack up and leave if they fill threatened staying in Fiji. He said that if the Australian Staffs leave, they will take over the High Commission Premises and turn it into a museum. Blerry fool, whether its opened or closed, that piece of real estate is Australian Territory under the Geneva Convention. You want to start a territorial war with Australia or what.

Everytime he opens his mouth, he further confirms to us that he speaks from his arse!

The problem with him is that after all the hurt, suffering, loss of jobs and the hardship he has caused among thousands of us in the labour force, he thinks he’s a kind of comedian and is very funny. Now he is going to appear on radio at 7.30 am every Friday with Jokatama Qio and Mr Bean. I am serious, tune in this Friday on Bula FM to hear the village idiot go the rounds with the idiotic Mr Bean chracter. By the way, isn’t the Mr Bean character a kind of racial stereotyping of an Indian bean seller. I wonder why the bleached hag Shyster hasn’t stuck her busy body onto this issue as part of her warped Human Rights agenda.

According to Fijian belief and taboo, you disturb  the vanua (caqeta na matanimoto) and two things can happen to you. You either die instantly, sometimes violently, or you go senile and leave a tortured life for a while before you die. And you offsprings also suffer down the generation until there is a soro to the Vanua.

The question we ask is, “Is the Pig gradually going senile?” I mean, this thing with Mr Bean has just about scrapped the bottom of the barrel in PR. Ninety nine percent of Fijians don’t think his funny, accept him, his soldiers, and his hangers on!!

As have been mentioned many times before, the patients have taken over St Giles.

God save Fiji because nothing is going to save the Fisherman from Kiuva.

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41 Responses to “Foot in mouth as usual, or is it head in arse?”

  1. Dauvavana Says:

    didn’t they mentioned a few weeks ago that Voreqe was not going to speak to the press again?

  2. Tebara Says:

    Yes … they did … and even the ghandu put a self imposed banned on himself … ! Sorry for the coconut. cant say much … ni sa milamila ga mai sa na ON mai nona cavuka! dua ga na bullet me engrave taki kina na yacana me galu vakadua… kevaka e na vosa tikoga keda na toso tiko ga i liu ….muriii sara !

  3. sigadrodro Says:

    @ Daushootin’

    All those weeks a counsel tiko mai vei taMataca… maumau wale a counsel taka na vore. mai vasolokakana ga e daligana o choro kei arse, bai puaka tale na vore.

    Sivia na meke vula nei voceqe, baci matiruku

    Baci matiruku tiko o voceqe ena nona veitalia taka tu na noda matanitu.

    The unnatural calm of frank on monday after talks with Qarase has disappeared and nutty frank is back with his viavialevu attitude.

    Fiji’s ties to Australia is more than just the spitting of frank, as it is between the people. But frank’s no-care attitude is obvious in his lazy response to the media, designed at taking attention away from the wise words of Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi and other observers who are making alot of sense.

    Radio Fiji reports today that the one-man one-vote doesn’t make sense when you look at the census figures, where Fijians are now 57% and no matter how electoral boundaries are drawn, Fijians will always win big.

    The census means that even the 19 Indian communal seats will be reduced in one-man one-vote.

    Ratu Joni said that the one-man one-vote will bring about exactly what baini and chodo dont want and that serious discussion is needed for proportional representation because one-man one-vote will further marginalise the numerical minority communities of Fiji’s population.

    Yet, in another desperate move to make the national conversation about himself, nutty frank today says they are looking for a new site for the Fiji museum and if the Australians evacuate, their HC site in Tamavua can be the new museum. C’mon frank, why dont you expand the museum rather than building another village hall for kiuva village or sawaieke? its already a huge site at Thurston gardens. Bau put your grunts at the GPH to work mera cukicuki e Thurston gardens rather than eating and hanging out their underwear for the whole world to see on the grand old lady Grand Pacific Hotel. Then just expand the museum premises.

    E ca gona ni o James Batley e momoqaqa, sega ni rere na yaloyalo e village 6. O frank rau porno movie tikoga kei aiyass e vale, oti lako mai o nodrau boso o choro mai lewa meratou porno madaga oratou!!! wahahahahaha 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

    ——————————————————————–
    Australian High Commission can be new Fiji museum site if they go says Bainimarama

    Thursday, May 22, 2008

    Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says he is surprised that the Australian Foreign Minister has allowed staff at the High Commission in Suva to return to Australia if they feel threatened.

    Bainimarama has told Radio Gold News that even though the High Commissioner has been threatened twice he can be seen without security in Suva.

    Bainimarama said he is surprised at the repatriation option given to the High Commission staff, because Fiji is providing the security requirements stipulated under the Vienna Convention.

    “The two threatening letters that were received by the Australian High Commissioner. have not stopped him fro going wherever he wants to go. He has been seen in public alone not accompanied by security people, even under the Viena Conventions we provide him with security and that is why the police are up at the High Commission facilities. We have not said no to security we’ve just said that we don’t want to make a big deal out of nothing because that is the way we see it, It is really nothing. They are trying to make a mountain out of a mole hill.”

    Bainimarama adds should the High Commission staff leave the complex could be used as a museum.

    “I really want to find out when they are going because we are trying to find an alternative site for the museum. That will be nice.”
    http://www.radiofiji.com.fj/fullstory.php?id=11471

  4. Pusiloa Says:

    As I’ve mentioned before, everytime Vore opens his mouth he sounds like a man whose mouth has been disconnected from his brain and hooked up his arse cos all he spits out are full of sh@#$……Luveni sona levu…Any boxing promoter out there…bolei koya me keirau veivacu mamaca…no guns, no body guard no nothing me macala mada na levu ni nona vosa…..

  5. sigadrodro Says:

    leqa gona ni o vore sega ni rawa ni taubale e dua na vanua… sa vodo motoka tu ga kei 4 na pajero mera vodo kina nona boci guards… bwahahahahaha 😀

    tagane ga o batley!

  6. Dauvavana Says:

    And it just occured to me that this mad outburst just happens to coincide with that beautiful Full Moon currently enjoyed by the Southern Skies.

    Need I say more?

  7. Groggymaster Says:

    I agree – Vore doesn’t seem to think things thru thoroughly before making public statements, and especially in his conduct.

    Also leads me to believe that Chaudry instigated the coup in that he argued persuasively that the IG strategy be – throw out SDL; and over at least 5 years Chaudry fixes the economy; IG becomes popular; an IG friendly party wins election; IG wins over GCC and the majority of the itaukei; Chaudry becomes popular PM, forgives IG & decorates Vore.

    The reality has been all the plotters overestimated their capacities for achieving the results, underestimated the tolerance of the populace, especially majority of the itaukei, and find themselves progressively isolated by sections of society; with a shrinking economy, and slim hope of securing a friendly elected govt (which ever electoral system they choose) to secure their safe exits.

    I believe the situation has developed to the point where the feed-back from the army campaigns in the villages is that the majority of the itaukei will not support an IG backed party, and there is a real risk of rebellion.

    The options for the IG as I see it are extremely limited and as Rt Jone M pointed out, with very little room to maneuver, are: –

    • Admit they made a mistake, and restore power to SDL & negotiate a pardon (NOT); (As Labour & the army have stubbornly refused to support SDLs reconciliation and unity bill)

    • Admit they made a mistake and call for elections under the existing constitution, and hope SDL doesn’t win & successfully negotiate a pardon

    • Continue regardless with an ever-increasing risk of a putsch by the army NCOs and privates (as their views mirror the itaukei sentiment) backed by the populace, as the economy continues to shrink. i.e. a rebellion. (Maintaining army discipline must be hell for the officers – each watching each other for signs of weakness and the other ranks as well for signs of rebellion)

    In this respect I hope discussions with LQ, Archbishop, the Mehtodist church etc will lead to the first bullet point above.

    But, who knows what Vore the Schizo will actually do.

  8. Full Moon Says:

    That’s a really funny post. Plans for a museum re-siting eh?
    But dear dear, don’t pick on his grasp of the Fijian language. That’s a minor point, as you yourself stuff it up occasionally.
    fill for feel
    Staffs for staff
    scrapped for scraped.
    But the sentiment is the thing, not the spelling.

  9. tailevu Says:

    Just shows his level of maturity in public speaking…. he is just a day dreamer!

  10. fuggedaboutit Says:

    Word is that the Permanent Secretaries have to deliver their words very carefully when presenting their opinions and papers to the Military Council. Any hint of the downturn in the conomy has to be attributed to Global Factors insted of the harsh truth that the Military Coup is the root cause.

    A case of the Ostrich having their head stuck in the sand

  11. LUVfiji Says:

    Ooops… he’s done it again!! Keep it shut, Frank !

  12. dame! Says:

    @ fuggedaboutit. Very true! Word is that Peni Sikivou’s suspension had also to do with a military council briefing by the Finance Ministry including Chodo. The wimp Finance PS Peceli Vocea was shaking with fear in trying to explain the real situaton about the sugar industry b”cos of Chodo being there. His deputy Peni then took the floor and told it as it is…….things are in shit street! And then kaboom! Sikivou shown the exit.

  13. Wailei! Says:

    Isa.. he dola tuga na dra’a (dra’a ni ‘ena) e muri ti’o na va’asama nei gogo levu…

  14. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Good on ya Peni Sikivou, about time we saw some real men standing up for us in the frontlines. None of this shakin with fear business!

    Another high quality kai Rewa, God Bless his heart!

  15. Dauvavana Says:

    I second that. Draki qo Bure Bus ga 🙂

  16. Trackerbusman Says:

    By the way, did anyone see a new disclosure by Victor Lal on the Cyclone Ami funds – again Chodo has been using that money, it seems, for election purposes

  17. Peace Pipe Says:

    He hasn’t changed much. His arrogance and stupidity still resonates with all his comments. He seem to talk out of his rear end each time he makes a statement. No wonder they must tried to silence him in the last couple of months during which time our ears and minds were relieved of the aches of listening to him. He seem to bring out a pattern in his behaviour. Whenever he comments to the international communities he says that the elections are still on as promised but while addressing the Fijians he says there wont be any elections unless the charter farter is in place. So what is his real stand on elections. He is using threats to make the Fijians follow his wishes and it is wearing thin and irrelevant. It looks like it is no point engaging this pig in a rational and reasonable dialogue so the next option is to forcibly remove him.

  18. Glawyer Says:

    Just saw the pig on TV doing a village presentation where he states that if there is no charter there will be no election and thats what the military will ensure. Bloody fool, even his attitude and tone are that of a dictator, basically telling the people present its my way of no way. Who are you boci’s to come and tell us what and how we should do things. Bunch of coward and idiots!!

  19. NobleBannerBlue Says:

    FROM FIJIVILLAGE

    Agree With Charter Or No Elections
    Publish date/time: 22/05/2008 [17:19]

    Interim Prime Minister Commodore Frank Bainimarama said the people of Fiji can appoint the president and vice president even if the chiefs from each province stay out of the Great Councils of Chiefs meeting.

    Speaking in Nadoi village, Rewa, today, after opening the extension of the Methodist church, Bainimarama stressed that it is up to the chiefs to decide if they want to cooperate with the new GCC legislation or not.

    Bainimarama raised concerns that some chiefs want to politicize the provincial councils, knowing very well that the provincial councils come under government.

    Commodore Frank Bainimarama has also told ousted Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase and Methodist Church President Reverend Laisiasa Ratabacaca that if politicians do not agree with the formation of the People’s Charter, there will be no elections in March next year.

    Bainimarama reiterated that the interim government and the military want the people of Fiji, which includes politicians and church leaders to support the charter, since they believe that the charter will eradicate the problems faced by the country.

    He said the people of Fiji should accept that the military took over government and if Fiji wants to move forward, the people should support what the interim government has been doing.

    Bainimarama stressed that the military will be the watchdog of the charter and any government elected by the people, will have to abide by what is contain in the charter.

  20. FijiGirl Says:

    Dubai group briefs Cabinet
    Thursday, May 22, 2008
    Update: 1:56PM A THREE-member delegation from an International Ports Terminal Operator in Dubai today briefed Cabinet on the purpose of their trip to Fiji.

    The group is from Dubai Ports Worlds office in Sydney on a two-day visit to look at the countrys three main investment sectors which are tourism, seaports and airports.

    The team would be touring some of Fijis sea ports to explore potential areas of investments and identify some core competitive areas that could offer a high rate of investments to the country.
    ———–
    How can anyone brief ‘cabinet’ when we don’t have a legal Parliament?

    God bless Fiji

  21. natewaprince Says:

    Looks like the bi-polar pig forgot to take his ‘happy pills’ this morning.Straight out of the pigs arse,”no charter,no elections”.The peace from his silence these last few weeks was to good to be true.

    Now he is back to his old arrogant ways.Seems to me his secrets which were posted on this site were reported to him by his media cell poofies.

    Vinaka Kadavu for rejecting the NCBBF and GCC restructure.Sa voleka na nomudou kalougata.

  22. natewaprince Says:

    SV,please make a list of the provinces who are against,those awaiting court proceedings,those on the fence and those supporting the pig.

  23. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Let’s dissect the rubbish that came out of bananasinpyjamas’ fundamental orifice today.

    Firstly, how does this sit with Fijians and the international community:-

    “Bainimarama has also said that if politicians do not agree with the formation of the People’s Charter, there will be no elections in March next year.”

    That’s not what he agreed to in Tonga; remember elections under the current constitution. The military charter was noted but not endorsed.

    That’s not what he has told the EU, the foreign ministers’ meeting in NZ a few months ago and others.

    The expectation of the international communities is an election before March under the current constitution; no qualifications involved. I wonder what part of that butthead doesn’t understand.

    Secondly; this gem:_

    “Bainimarama believe that the charter will eradicate the problems faced by the country. ”

    Doh! Look in the mirror and see the problem.

    Thirdly; this contradictory nonsense:-

    “if Fiji wants to move forward, the people should support what the interim government has been doing.”

    All that has happened in 18 months is that Fiji has gone backwards at an accelerating rate. The Reserve Bank today said that it will take Fiji 50 years to recover.

    Fourthly, this piece of wisdom:-

    “Bainimarama stressed that the military will be the watchdog of the charter”

    Where does it say that in the constitution? The military is an arm of the public service and does what it is told by government who in turn are elected by the people. bananasinpyjamas lives in a fools’ world.

    Lastly, this classic statement of intent to conduct another coup d’etat by the corrupt, treacherous military:-

    “and any government elected by the people, will have to abide by what is contain in the charter.”

    And the millions of dollars wasted in this exercise in futility could have been spent on basic services.

    May I suggest to this nutcase that the first exhibit in his new museum should be his severed head.

    I’ll leave others to write the notes on the label underneath this item in the house of horrors.

  24. IslandBoy Says:

    @natewaprince – I stand to be corrected but it goes something like:

    Against:

    1. Tailevu
    2. Rewa
    3. Cakaudrove
    4. Naitasiri
    5. Namosi
    6. Nadroga/Navosa
    7. Ra
    8. Lomaiviti

    Awaiting the Outcome of the GCC Court Case
    but against the NCBBF

    9. Ba and now
    10. Kadavu
    11. Macuata I think also stands against the NCBBF

    For

    12. Rotuma
    11 Macuatu nominates three for the GCC

    Yet to Convene

    13. Bua
    14. Lau

  25. IslandBoy Says:

    @Tebara – Bula Vinaka Na Wekaqu, na cava lai cakava tiko i Burenivalu o Naita Voreqe? Era sa kila beka na GMB na bose lai caka tiko ya?

  26. TaukeiNiVanua Says:

    Agree With Charter Or No Elections
    Publish date/time: 22/05/2008 [17:19]

    Interim Prime Minister Commodore Frank Bainimarama said the people of Fiji can appoint the president and vice president even if the chiefs from each province stay out of the Great Councils of Chiefs meeting.

    Speaking in Nadoi village, Rewa, today, after opening the extension of the Methodist church, Bainimarama stressed that it is up to the chiefs to decide if they want to cooperate with the new GCC legislation or not.

    Bainimarama raised concerns that some chiefs want to politicize the provincial councils, knowing very well that the provincial councils come under government.

    Commodore Frank Bainimarama has also told ousted Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase and Methodist Church President Reverend Laisiasa Ratabacaca that if politicians do not agree with the formation of the People’s Charter, there will be no elections in March next year.

    Bainimarama reiterated that the interim government and the military want the people of Fiji, which includes politicians and church leaders to support the charter, since they believe that the charter will eradicate the problems faced by the country.

    He said the people of Fiji should accept that the military took over government and if Fiji wants to move forward, the people should support what the interim government has been doing.

    Bainimarama stressed that the military will be the watchdog of the charter and any government elected by the people, will have to abide by what is contain in the charter.

    ——————————————

    This “Charter” is a Military controlled document and ideology of the BRAINLESS BAINIMARAMA because he wants everyone to agree with his piece of toilet paper charter. The military is the “watchdog” of this charter so if future ELECTED Government does not “abide” with Bainimarama’s piece of toilet paper, then why have an election, if the military is there to “watch?” This only means there will be more coups because the “watchdog” of the day does not like the way the government of the day is run, they do a coup. What an oxymoron, but then again it’s Bainimarama’s brainchild idea.

  27. Tebara Says:

    @Islandboy .. Na wekaqu ..Kilai vinaka tiko na vitosoyaki. Vadrecike muria ga nona i yatu. Koya e kila nona i tutu vaka Turaga/Marama e kila vinaka na laini e muria. E da na veirai mata tiko!!

  28. IslandBoy Says:

    @Tebara – The GMB has been immaculate in her reasoning and all her public pronouncements. I am very proud of her stance, her vision and leadership, and now Taukei Burenivalu sits alomgside Voreqe.

    BTW did you know that in the planning process for Bose Ko Viti 2009, she sent messages to all denominations and invited them to join in the hosting process.

    From what I understand the AG, Catholic Church, CMF and all others including Maravu have been advised by the traditional herald that all of us who VKB and or live in the precints of Rewa have accepted to host as a Vanua and no one will be exlcuded. I love and admire her greatly for thinking outside the box and being inclusive of all denominations.

    Let us hope my relatives form Burenivalu come quickly to their senses.

  29. Jose Says:

    @ And so they set the stage for the call of unity, unity, unity.Unity is good but not in error. Unity in truth is needed. If it is not so then you need to come out from among them and be separate.

  30. EnufDictatorship Says:

    This idiotic announcement by VB resonates the same line of illegal thought displayed by the Burmese junta. Focus in particular on the last three paragraphs.

    Again, I reiterate, ABOLISH THE MILITARY! TIME TO SHOW OUR OPPOSITION IN A PEACEFUL MARCH! C\’mon people and chiefs, what\’s the wait for?

    We keep waiting and waiting and waiting and VB keeps going, going and going!!!!! Time to put a STOP! to all his nonsensical charade.
    ————————————–
    Posted Sat May 17, 2008 3:33pm AEST
    Updated Sat May 17, 2008 3:43pm AEST

    Opposition rejects Burma referendum result

    Aung San Suu Kyi\’s opposition party has rejected the Burma junta\’s claim that more than 92 per cent of voters approved a military-backed constitution in the first round of a referendum last week.

    The junta, which says the new constitution will pave the way to democratic elections in two years, announced on Thursday that 92.4 per cent of voters had approved the charter, with a 99 per cent turnout.

    The NLD has denounced the regime for holding the referendum while 2.5 million people still need food, shelter and medicine.

    The party says the constitution will enshrine the power of the generals, who have ruled the country for nearly half a century.

    The last time there was a national ballot, in 1990, Aung San Suu Kyi won in a landslide. She was never allowed to rule, and instead has been under house arrest for much of the time since.

    Among its provisions, the constitution would make it illegal for her to ever hold office.

  31. Tebara Says:

    I hope so nawekaqu .. for their sake. For our stand in uniting our province we give our full support to the GMB. Vei vanua kece tu na kena vereverea lalai e na kena cicivaki na vanua. ia dua na dreve vinaka tiko vei ratou na Burenivalu, Ni ratou liga ni cakacaka ratou qai via siova tiko na vei ka tale e so.

  32. Budhau Says:

    Its not about the Pigs foot in mouth or his head up his arse that you should be the leaset of your worries. What you should be concerned about is his foot in your arse…that dude is kicking some arse.

    ..and the Pig can’t speak perfect Fijians – and there are people in here that can’t spell or have bad grammar – is that what this is about – you should listen to those government backbenchers in parliament.

    That Burma example …so how long has the military been in power in Burma?

  33. Budhau Says:

    Its not about the Pigs foot in mouth or his head up his arse that you should be the least of your worries. What you should be concerned about is his foot in your arse…that dude is kicking some arse.

    ..and the Pig can’t speak perfect Fijians – and there are people in here that can’t spell or have bad grammar – is that what this is about – you should listen to those government backbenchers in parliament.

    That Burma example …so how long has the military been in power in Burma?

  34. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Bu(ta)-drau-o Voreqe-kei-Chodo,

    We ALL make mistakes BUT is is unacceptable when YOUR MISTAKE (and VOREQE\’S) become OUR DEMISE!!!!!! Man! you are a loser to the first degree!!!!!!! you and Voreqe go and rot in ………………!!!!

    Which part of \”… the generals, who have ruled the country for nearly half a century,\” don\’t you understand?

    You imbecile!!!! The Burmese Generals, Voreqe and YOU will PAY!!!! One day Mafatu!!!

    Geeezzzzz, ain\’t it\’ll be sweet when Voreqe and YOU come tumbling down!!!!! E vagauna na ka kecega!!! If you and your Voreqe don\’t get it, it will be your children (that is if you even have enough Oomph to procreate, se levu tiko ga na wadruwadru suluka!!!!), your children\’s children, and their children, etc etc…you get the drift!!!

    GO DEMOCRACY!!!!!!! FOR FIJI!!!!!!
    DOWN WITH DICTATORSHIP!!!!!!

  35. Budhau Says:

    EnufDictatorship – The point was that a military can remain in power for a long time – just look at your Burma example.

    And your stupid-ass suggestion about let us rise and march and all that crap – those folks in Burma have more courage and have made some efforts to stand up against a ruthless dictatorship – unlike some of you buggers who think that by writing on a blogsite you have done your patriotic duty. Did you see those Pakistani lawyers standing up against the military dictatorship when their CJ was fired, what did your boys do when the CJ was fired in Fiji?

    As for my children and their children – I think they will be fine -maybe you should worry more about your children – and I won’t question your Oomph to procreate – you idiot.

    Rabuka screwed up at least one generation, then came Speight – now you idiots will screw up at least several generations. So it ain’t only Bainimarama who is screwing things up – I bet one of your cousins will pull another coup in the next few years – if they don’t like the results of a election – an the Merry-Go-around keeps on going.

    Your call for the chiefs to rise – The only reason the chiefs are pissed off is because they were pushed off the gravy train by this IG – do you seriously believe that the chiefs gives a crap about people like you – and I won’t be surprised if the IG buys out these chiefs.

    You chiefs rose to the occasion when they sent in Rabuka to remove a democratically elected government.

    Another groups did their job when they sent Speight to coup a democratically elected government.

    This time around, another group of chiefs have Bainimarama do their dirty job – and you idiots think it is Chaudary and the Indians.

    So your chiefs have been doing fine – and maybe they will have some in the military pull a coup again and we can go back to business as usual.

  36. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Folks!!

    All that Budhau is saying, has said, will ever say again is of NO RELEVANCE to progress being made in Fiji and we have to be content with all the FACT that he keeps driving home the OBVIOUS.

    Further making a fool of himself and the likes of him. One can never argue with a fool!

    I REST MY CASE!!

  37. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Oh thnx for the gentle reminder a-N! So na tamata, e?!!!!..ok…tranquilo!!!!!

    Well TGIF everyone!!!!!!!!!!!! Travel gently..

    WE are too blessed to be stressed
    and
    too anointed to be disappointed!

  38. anon Says:

    Bhudau, drau hug tu ga kei Vore qai dua kemudrau dakai.

    It’s getting way too much.

  39. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Me kua sara ni kilaleca vi ratou na kai Burenivalu o Bainimarama, there is Kai Rewa then there is Kai Rewa kadina.

  40. soro Says:

    Here what another arse about face said today :

    FIJI LIVE ; “The Fiji Human Rights Commission says it’s not threatened by news of plans to create another human rights body.

    Commission chairperson Dr Shaista Shameem says Ratu Joni’s comments are a case of sour grapes after he failed to do his duty to the President or the country on December 5, 2006, and lost his position as Vice President.

    “Indeed Ratu Joni is not the best authority on human rights commission because he did not last long as FHRC commissioner,” she told Fijilive.

    “And when he was there he was mostly (literally) asleep in our meetings, which was very disappointing for our staff who work hard to make human rights a reality in Fiji.

    “He is just trying to get back on track,” she said.”
    ________________

    Wailei what a screwed up piece of shit this lady is !

  41. natewaprince Says:

    Soro,since things are cooling down a bit,that peroxide bimbo starts talking.Where was she when human rights were being abused?

    She must have been on a really long high.Ni venakati me vosa,la’i vaqara karasi sara o mimi salusalu.

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