Is this some sort of stage managed process to lift the profile of little snake

The weak reaction of the Pig is unusual and asking that they discuss in the family first raises more issues and a few eyebrows here and there. So does this reaction from the Pig confirms that the systematic destruction of the nation is discussed and charted from Suva Point?

Interim Prime Minister Commodore Frank Bainimarama said he is concerned that Suva lawyer Rajendra Chaudhry has criticized the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC).

Speaking in Fijian, Bainimarama said it is better for Rajendra Chaudhry to discuss the issues first with his family.

Rajendra Chaudhry has called on the authorities to scrap FICAC and to replace it with a special unit in the police force.

Chaudhry said given the inexperience and untrained investigators currently with FICAC, it is better that the institution be scrapped and a special major fraud and corruption investigation team be formed in the police force.

Chaudhry has also blamed the Interim Attorney General for the blunders made by FICAC.


33 Responses to “Is this some sort of stage managed process to lift the profile of little snake”

  1. natewaprince Says:

    What else would you expect from a vuli va vo mad bi-polar pig.The only language he can freely converse in without spitting and stuttering and farting is Fijian.And that is when all the venom within him spews forth.

    If the junior snake cannot see eye to eye with the regime the senior snake has embedded itself in,that says alot for the people the pig has allowed to lead him around by the ring at the end of his nose.

    Or is the pig acknowledging that all orders emanate from Suva Point.

  2. Pusiloa Says:

    De matanitu nei Ta…rau veivutu….oilei Sakaraia…sa qai vutu sara ga vakalevu na uluqu…..

  3. Groggymaster Says:

    I think snake snr has the knife out for I-AG. Hence snake jnr is prodding at the behest of snake snr.

  4. Mark Manning Says:

    An interseting statement regarding the fact that the airlines haven’t done well in the past 20 years ! Coincides with 20 years of coups doesn’t it and suggests coups are bad for the economy and the airlines !
    Does that mean Father and Son don’t see eye to eye now ?

  5. Mark Manning Says:

    Interseting to see the statement by Chaudhry senior this morning in the Fiji times , where he stated that Air Pacific hasn’t done well in 20 years !
    Doesn’t that time frame fit in with the history of coups and therefore suggest that the coups are the reason for the poor performance of this airline ?
    And now that Father and son disagree on the role of the anti corruption watchdog , does this mean cracks are appearing in the regime ?

  6. o au ga Says:




  7. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Someone did mention before (can\’t rem., who qashe tiko mai na mona..hehehe) that it would be interesting indeed to find out what the reaction would be when mini-MPC gets acquitted.

    Now, that he is and is saying all these incompetence, unqualified stuff about FICAC, what he fails to remember (and maybe his Father?), that it was the illegal regime his father is partaking in that came up with all these illegal institutions. It is a real test of the legality of these institutions and at the end of the day, the legality of the coup itself. BINGO!!!!!!

    Ok, I see amusing is the above quote by Voreqe for mini-MPC to go and talk with his family first. As Pusiloa rightly puts it…DE MATANITU NEI TA!!!!!!! Euuu ratou vaninivaki!

    BTW Good morning world!!!

  8. NobleBannerBlue Says:

    The most hilarious thing is the about turn by mini MPC. Wasnt he trumptering the work of FICAC and installed into the Fiji Sports Council by the IG??…

    Probably came to his senses …

  9. LST4 Says:

    Jnr MPC is part of Snrs tool …of destruction. Snr & Co are feeling more and more isolated. Recent developments say so…Mataca & Co meeting with methodist President & Co… etc boat is tilting and they are on the sinking side…time for them to start shooting little bombs here and there for FB & Co to come back to their senses as a show of force and what they can do….

  10. Budhau Says:

    The best thing for us to do right now is to support the present regime and vote Chaudhry cum election day.



  11. Maqa a Leqa Says:

    Sa boi mai na i boi ni kari bulagi!

  12. NobleBannerBlue Says:

    SDL or any opposition to the IG dont need to campaign for the elections. The IG has shown how competent (NOT) it is in its dealings over the last 18 months.

  13. Dauvavana Says:

    Did somebody just fart in here again? That curry smell is like a bad smell that just won’t go away.

  14. tebara Says:

    hahahahaha!! Ulukau bavulusese … matanitu beka nei tamamudou! Sa laurai ga vei VORE na VUTUSHORE ni mona kei na bula. Sega ni varautaki nona press statement from the likes of Veikoso, Mareko, Destiny and all other ball blowers in RFMF…so the IDIOT has to resort to Fijian and even that blerry numbskull cant hold fort.!


  15. lawenforcer Says:

    Both senior and junior are so hated by their own community and the only place they feel Indo-Fijians is in their constituency where they have spent a few bucks that they had been hiding in Sydney etc – he is worried about his legal career, I suspect

  16. Beranaliva Says:

    Hey guys, this story in the Fiji Sun takes the cake. poor ana kalounivale is still grieivng for her husband and her version shows Selesitino was beat to death immediately after being briefed for 30 mins by bainimarama, and the 50 dollar Epeli says hes unaware of the case!!! hes got to be almost as big a liar as Baini and obviously just as arrogant and stupid! I really hope ana gets her meeting with Ganilua and that all the TV cameras are there to nail the lying twofaced SOB!

    Reveal CRW killers, woman tells army
    Last updated 5/26/2008 8:38:41 AM

    The military is withholding vital information to identify those involved in the
    killing of the four counter revolutionary warfare (CRW) soldiers in November

    Ana Kalounivale wife of the late Selesitino Kalounivale, told the Fiji Sun, the
    information relayed in court during her compensation claim confirmed that her beloved husband died while in military custody.

    She said in the court hearing last April before magistrate Ajmal Gulab Khan, it was confirmed that after a 30 minute briefing with the military Commander, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, Mr Kalounivale was taken to a local police station on the Commander’s order. He was later taken from the station by four or five soldiers.

    Witnesses who were working in a building next door told the court that they
    saw the soldiers and later heard Mr Kalounivale crying out for help as he was driven away in a military vehicle According to the judgment of Magistrate Khan, “He was on the floor of the van and bystanders could hear swearing, hitting with rifle butts and kicking at the back of the tray.

    Mrs Kalounivale said the court was also told that her late husband was again taken to the hospital at about midnight dead for his body to be kept in the morgue.

    She said if only the military could tell where her husband’s body was taken
    from the camp and who handed the body to be taken to the hospital that
    would be enough to identify the culprits behind the killing.

    The post mortem report confirmed Mr Kalounivale died from injuries sustained from the camp.

    The cause of death revealed in court was found to be – “multiple blunt force injuries including head injuries with subdural haemorrhage.”

    Mrs Kalounivale said the missing information here was those involved in the
    brutal act that led to the death of her late husband.

    Once that information was established, then the one that gave the order could be easily identified.

    The mother of four said the military was not cooperative enough during the
    course of investigation and the missing links were hard to put together.

    She said the investigation should be carried out independently and a court
    order must be issued to the military to fully cooperate.

    Interim Minister for Defense Ratu Epeli Ganilau said he as unaware of the case but would call for an investigation if he received complaints from the families involved.

    Mrs Kalounivale welcomed the statement and said she would personally ask for an audience with Ratu Epeli to give her version of the story about the cruel death of her late husband.

    No comments could be obtained from the military.

  17. Tui Says:

    Ana, the pig gave the order for the execution of Selesitino! But don’t worry the truth will be known and it shall set you free. The pig will be judged and given his due, you can count on that. You and the majority of Fijians suffering today after 2006 , are always in our thoughts, We will continue to pray for you and will never give up our fight for justice. Fools and idiots budada will make stupid comments on this blog because that is what they are, fools and idiots!
    Unfortunately for us they are running government today, but rest assured, salvation is at hand. Let us wait on he Lord.
    God bless.

  18. lawenforcer Says:

    God will never help – unless Fijians take matters into their own hand, than only will this man wake up and listen – 100,000 fijians should just invade the streets of fiji – like Gandhi did in India – make fiji ungovernable for those governing us

  19. Budhau Says:

    Gandhi was a smelly coolie and holds the record for the longest foreskin. He was a champion boci.

    Trust in Bainimarama & Chaudhry- they know what they’re doing.

  20. FijiGirl Says:

    The Rancid Son of Chodo had a major freudian slip-of-the-tongue when he accused FICAC of being incompetent, lazy and not knowing where to look.

    His choice of words indicates that he knows he is guilty as charged, but the only reason FICAC didn’t prove the case against him is their incompetence, etc.

    Why not just say “I am innocent”? – Because he clearly isn’t, and KNOWS he isn’t.

    Any attempts to ‘life the profile’ of the Rancid Son will fail, like trying to give Medusa a makeover.

    God bless Fiji

  21. IslandBoy Says:

    An extremely reliable source told me that an integral part of the Methodist Church think tank’s position to FB and Mataca was MPC’s complete isolation (non participation) in their Draunimoli Summit.

    The same source also mentioned that Tupeni Baba is an advisor to the think tank but did not say if isolating MPC was a position advocated by Baba.

    @LST4 & lawenforcer – Part of the think tank’s rationale was based on the fact that the Indian community would not object as they are also well aware MPC & RC (Rancid Junior – name courtesy of FijiGirl) are so widely despised, with the exception of a deranged few like Joe-cabbage who have no idea what planet they’re on.

    The cracks are actually much wider than we think.

  22. lawenforcer Says:

    Junior Chaudhry should know – he is talking from expeprience – remember FICAC claimed that it never received Victor Lal#s official complaint about his fathers tax evasion records – maybe their postal service is a part of that incompetence also

    Who is Filimone Kau running NABBF media cell?

  23. george of sydney Says:

    In a way, I totally with Rajend. FICAC is only duplicating the role of the Auditor Generals office. The only difference is that this illegal maniacs are using FICAC to dig everybodys financial operations to find corruptions such as stealing a penny to buy a lolly to justify to the world that the coup was necessary. What a waste of government funds and resources.
    Hey Franco what about the regimental fund you and Ganilau (living on Dads reputation) abused.]
    Why waste fund when ordinary people are suffering?
    And stop globe trotting. You have a lot of rubbish to clean up at home. The world leaders doesnt want a dictator to be among them. Kua ni via laki vakarairaivinakataki iko Franco. Nobody will believe you because consistent thing you have been showing the world is your INCONSISTENCIES.

  24. Budhau Says:

    ranjendra is a dickhead…he is the sole cause of his father Mahendra’s downfall….he should shut his mouth and support this government.


  25. jaguar Says:

    Oh I don’t dispute for a minute all that mini-chodo has said about FICAC and then some. As SV has pointed out, problemo with drama queen is that its all stage-managed for their so obvious sinister reasons.

  26. Tracker Says:

    @Island Boy – I totally agree with you that the cracks are much wider than we think!! The problem of thinking highly of your own abilities is going to cost MPC & Frank their illegal leadership. Mahen maybe a genius in politics, but he is in a different situation today. History and public opinion is against them both and I dare say that his days are numbered.

    Draunimoli will never taste the same again!!!

  27. FijiGirl Says:

    @ IB – where in the world is Jai Ram Reddy when we need him?
    God bless Fiji

  28. Tui Says:

    @lawenforcer, how about you organise that mass protest.

  29. Orisi Qaranivalu Says:

    Totally agree with lawenforcer ! 100, 000 Fijian men go to Deali Nabua and tell them they are taking back their Fiji now and that will be the end of all this madness. The world over will sigh a pronounced ONLY IN FIJI. Na yalo ni kaivti dina e se bula vinaka sara tu ga edai. Whether we like to acknolwdge that reality or not is immaterial. Many beleive that day will arrive.

  30. Mark Manning Says:

    you are an anarchist , a pimple on the bum of society !
    However , I’l bet my balls that when the shit hits the fan , even you will ask for mercy from the courts when this coup and it’s supporters are finally brought to their knees !
    Many people know the truth of what happened to those CRW soldiers in 2000 and I’m certain there is a copy of the Files of the investigation done by the Police prior to this coup .
    Frank , as Commander at the time , although perhaps not directly involved in their Murders , was responsible for the actions of his subordinates . Frank’s inaction against them at that time and since , imply that he either ordered the murders , knows who was involved or was himself involved in those murders .
    I wrote to the Fiji Times online last year , 2007 , regarding these murders etc. and a reply came back to my posting , stating that it was acceptable to kill the CRW soldiers , because it was an act of war ! That shows the sick mentality of those involved doesn’t it .
    It wasn’t war , but Mutiny of course and no soldier , despite their rank , was either entitled to order the murders or carry them out .
    May those soldiers , the ones killed at the camp and other people killed in 2000 , rest in peace . May their families , especially the mother of all those killed , find peace .

  31. Wailei! Says:

    AMEN @ MM

  32. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Efforts on for non-racist regime in Fiji: Ex-premier
    Sunit Dhawan
    Tribune News Service

    Rohtak, April 27
    Efforts are being made to pave the way for the formation of a non-racist regime in Fiji. A 44-member national council, comprising 11 members of the interim government of Fiji and 33 representatives of the civil society (including social, religious and other sections), is in the process of preparing a charter relating to the issues of governance and electoral system for the purpose.

    This was stated by former Fiji premier Mahendra Chaudhary, who is finance minister in the present interim government there, while talking to a group of mediapersons here today. Chaudhary was in the town on a personal visit.

    He said the draft charter would be ready by this August and followed by a public debate on it in October. A referendum on it would be held in November or December. “The elections as per the new charter will be held tentatively in March 2009, for the installation of a non-racist regime in Fiji,” he added.

    Regarding the purpose of his visit, Chaudhary explained that they were here to hold talks with the Indian government on certain issues related to the development of Fiji.

    Chaudhary is heading a three-member delegation of the interim government of Fiji, which is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and finance minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday.

    Chaudhary, whose ancestors migrated to Fiji from Bahu Jamalpur village in Rohtak district nearly a century ago, is among the four ministers of Indian origin in the Fiji regime.

  33. FijiGirl Says:

    Looks like Chodo may just fall on his sword for his rancid son.

    One way the illegal regime might prevent SDL politicians from standing in the next elections is to claim that anyone involved in former coups cannot stand.

    Given that there is so little time between now and Mar 09, that would conveniently wipe out SDL’s parliament.

    It would also clear the floor for Wajendwa.

    Stupid plan. Must be another one of Budhau’s.

    Even with no opponents, Wajendwa would still lose the election.

    Because that’s what Losers do.

    God bless Fiji.

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