The Pig lands in Port Vila

Ham Lini, wawa na cava meu qai cakava va na drauni niu qo?

Over to you NP for another possible caption comment!!!


95 Responses to “The Pig lands in Port Vila”

  1. Tebara Says:

    Draunikau me tali magimagi mei ubi ni sorei Vore … !! Me qai sivi vinaka na kena kau me qai tabace sebera ni ra meketi koya mai na marama vakalili su cu mai Vila !!

  2. Budhau Says:

    Doesn’t he look dashing?

    Looks so handsome and intelligent.

    We love him to death!

    Fiji is so blessed to have him & Chaudhry leading us to a bright clean future.



  3. Jon jon Says:

    Kaya mada ga me dua curumi tevoro qai moku laki koya mai na ba ni gasau i tauri tu qori..

  4. Tui Says:

    He looks like an idiot, just like his “sa ni drua” Budada!

  5. Budhau Says:

    You idiots – stop calling OUR SAVIOR a “pig”. When will you kids grow up and learn – when will you learn that Commodore is the BEST thing since sliced bread. When will you idiots learn that Commodore is the truth and the light – the first and the last – believe in him and ye shall be saved.

    That racist, stupid & weak Qarase is gone – gone forever. We don;t want hi back. He abused his power in office and was leading us nowhere.

    Support this government and Vote for Chaudhry.



  6. natewaprince Says:

    O ira na yalewa mai kea e dau ubi na tolodra qai titi tu na sucusdra.O puaka me talia na drauni niu,vesuka i mabuna me qai titi tu na nona soresore.

    Oti ya me qai meke vata kei ira na marama qai laurai se ocei e sakure vinaka,na sucu titi se na soresore bi.

  7. Budhau Says:

    All you faggots do all day is talk, talk, talk, talk, talk… don’t have the guts to take on our savior Commodore….just talk….talk of killing our beloved hero….all talk….talk, talk, talk, till the sun turns black and the moon red!



  8. Mark Manning Says:

    new caption , The pig has landed !
    Budhau,you will burn in hell !

  9. natewaprince Says:


    Hey Ham Lini,you sure this leaf can cure this crab-louse problem I have??

  10. Jon jon Says:

    Budhau na nomu saviour wont be there long. Everything that goes up must come down. Everyday Fiji is praying and the day Frank’s heart stop will the day the RFMF liumuri begins as they will start dobbing each other in and sure the police will do the same and yes Ganilua who will wana run the country will have to run somewhere.. The day of judgment is coming.. you will reap what you sow.. you sow weakedness you reap weakedness.. NP baci curumi tevoro saratu ga qo o budhau lol.. kaca gona ni kisi va tiko na ketei budah na nona kalou ketevu hahaha.. NP dua mada mai na kena meke o Budha kei Voceke…

  11. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Budhau runs out of things to say………..He goes from “you idiot”!! to
    talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk talk

  12. natewaprince Says:


    Hey Ham Lini,will this get rid of the smell of Budhau’s foreskin??

  13. Budhau Says:

    you idiots – we’ve already had Judgment Day – December 6, 2006.

    In case you’ve forgotten, the savior was Commodore Bainimarama.

  14. Budhau Says:

    Love one another,
    Love is of God.
    Loving each other
    We’re loving God.
    Love was revealed
    in our midst in this way,
    God sent a Savior,
    Frank Bainimarama, our Savior.

    Beloved sisters,
    Brothers and friends,
    Here is the Savior,
    Life God extends.
    Bainimarama, the Savior
    is reaching for you.

    Dear Bainimarama, thank you, we pray today
    Thank you for guiding us in your way.

    Our Saviour, who art in Fiji: Hallowed be thy Name.

    Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done.

    Deliver us from Qarasists (racists).


  15. gemini Says:

    Budhau is the alter ego of NP in his quest to discredit the real loyalists… Just like the letter NP wrote to the australian high com. It was obvious it was him with the terrible english.

  16. aubatinuku-N Says:

    A rare occurence!!

    Flying pig has landed!!

    In this case the pig did fly!

  17. natewaprince Says:

    OK Jon jon.

    Bud: Hey boss,why you change the acting PM,whats wrong with Nailatikau?

    Vore: I don’t trust the bastard,last time I went to Dubai,he want to fix Meri.He said he’s a better PM than me,blerry bastard.

    Bud: Oh I see, then you should bring the wife with you to Vanuatu.

    Vore: O shit,we having trouble at home.Something about one of my kids not being mine.

    Bud: But these trips can be stressfull,what you gonna do then?

    Vore: What the f**k you think you came on this trip for? the ride???

  18. natewaprince Says:

    gemini mimi slack,a tukuna o satini Veikoso mo la’i sili.O sa sili se warai?
    Boi bekabeka mai o iko.

  19. Budhau Says:

    YOU IDIOTS – Commodore is doing so much for his country and people – but all you people do all day long is abuse him and call him names. Grow up, fellas. He did the right thing in 2006 –

    Qara$e that idiot deserved what he got – he got away too easily. The sucker couldn’t even excel in business before he become a “politician” – he made huge losses as funds manager.

    The sucker idiot Qara$e “also collected” lot$ of money (in ca$h, of course) from the many idiots who invited him to their homes for dinner – in fact, you had to give this smelly sucker lots of cash money when you had him over as your gue$t!!!!!!!!!


  20. Budhau Says:

    YOU IDIOTS, idiot, idiots. I am man enough to take a lot of things, but one thing I WILL NEVER TOLERATE is the berating and belittling of Fiji’s savior Commodore Frank Bainimarama. Get over it, you morons.

  21. FijiGirl Says:

    SV – how come Budhau’s icon has changed?

    Is this the same guy (ie IP address) or is he blogging from somewhere else? (Is it possible that we got the old Budhau sacked? hahaha lol)

    God bless Fiji

  22. Budhau Says:

    very funny, FijiGirl.

    You’ll NEVER sack me or my savior, Bainimarama.

  23. lawenforcer Says:

    Who is Filimoni Kau – now running the media cell at NCBBF?

  24. Sky Pilot Says:

    My Caption

    “That’s not a spear. This is a Spear”

  25. Budhau Says:

    I really do believe that everyone will eventually come to their senses and realize what are truly great savior our lord bainimarama really was. remember jesus was not exactly loved during his lifetime either! but then what happened – the same with bainimarama

  26. Budhau Says:

    Now you see what an honest person our hero & savior really is….




    By Dev Nadkarni

    SUVA, Fiji (Islands Business Magazine, Mar 19) – “I hate this job,” says Fiji’s interim Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama when asked why he won’t consider handing over the nation’s top job to a civilian. “I firmly believe that countries should be run by elected governments, but not when they become corrupt and promote racist, discriminatory policies.”

    He says his military council believes that handing over the reins to a civilian government at this stage would delay the “clean up” process his interim regime has embarked on since ousting the Laisenia Qarase Government on December 5 last year.

    He claims he is committed to returning the country to democratic rule by 2010. But there are questions over this date after he revealed last week that the redrawing of electoral boundaries would take longer than estimated and may delay the election schedule by several months.

    But Bainimarama insists he is a reluctant coup leader. “We’d been warning the Qarase Government for years about the corruption it was condoning,” he says. “What we were asking for was absolutely democratic. Exactly what we are doing now: get rid of corrupt politicians who’d been in jail, get rid of corrupt officials – one man would be on eight, 10 boards – these were just a group of people skimming a lot of money out of the system; get rid of policies and controversial legislations.

    “If they’d done that, they would still be here. There were three bills that were going to be passed. We think if they were passed, that would have been the end of Fiji – especially the Qoliqoli and Reconciliation bills.”

    But what ultimately led to his action, after years of brinkmanship that pushed Fiji to near-coup situations several times in the past four years?

    “My hand was forced,” says Commodore Bainimarama. “In November, when I was in New Zealand, three high commissioners and ambassadors went up to the [army] camp to convince my troops and senior officers to stop following my orders – they were inciting mutiny. If they were successful, we would be fighting one another in the camp. But my troops knew what action they must take. They warned me immediately.”

    He declined to reveal who those diplomats were.

    Was a coup necessary? If he is a firm believer in democracy, there surely must have been other ways of dealing with the situation? “The only way you can change things is through elections, that is the democratic way,” Commodore Bainimarama says. “But in Fiji, all you have to do is, like they did last year, rig the elections – and they won.”

    There is no conclusive proof the elections were rigged. Though there have been questions raised by independent observers of the electoral process, such as the European Union, on the procedures, only two petitions have been filed in the courts so far. One was thrown out on a technicality and the other withdrawn.

    But Commodore Bainimarama says there have been enough examples to make a case for cancelling the polls: “The report of the audit of elections has not been completed but I have seen part of it. I think we should go to the judiciary with intent to declare the elections of last year null and void.”

    In the first few weeks after the takeover, dozens of civil servants were sacked and new ones appointed; but three months later, his interim government has little to show by way of the “clean up operation”.

    Commodore Bainimarama said a huge body of evidence has been accumulated but his administration is waiting for the Anti-corruption Commission legislation to be introduced in parliament in the next two weeks. “Once they have this legislation, they will start but in the meantime, the anti-corruption team has put allegations of corrupt practices and bribery in their respective investigations and are ready to go,” he said.

    The team comprises police officers and the military police assisted by military personnel. The cases will proceed in regular courts and the administration has appointed its own team of prosecutors. Bainimarama acknowledges there could be delays in the natural process of justice and says his administration will not interfere in any way.

    “Just four, five months after December 5, we will have plenty to show the international community why we did what we did,” he says. He hopes this will “clean up” the government and statutory bodies and bring in a work culture.

    “By 2010 when the next elections come, their mindset will have changed and they will not need us any more – that’s what we hope will happen,” he adds.

    He also hopes this will help to justify his action to Australia and New Zealand. “To them this is just another coup. It’s not. They can’t see the reality. Most people here didn’t see December 5 as a coup. In any state with a military coup, you’d have people shooting each other down – nothing of the sort happened here,” he says.

    He claims the support of 95 per cent of the people. “Only the corrupt who are afraid of their wrongdoing being exposed are opposing [us]. We were also threatened by the NGOs, but later we discovered that they were funded by Australia and New Zealand.”

    There’s nothing his administration can – or will – do about the sanctions imposed by Australia and New Zealand, he says. “It’s unbelievable what Helen Clark is doing – stopping us from taking part in UN forces. She is on a personal vendetta against me so I need to do the same. I pleaded to the Fijian Indian community in Auckland last week to vote her out because it is really harming Fiji – sending all these pleas to the international community when it’s got nothing to do with NZ.”

    Since the coup, there have been numerous allegations – especially from legal circles, journalists and pro-democracy activists – of people being rounded up, questioned, humiliated and even beaten by soldiers. Bainimarama acknowledges that there have been cases of human rights abuse and says it is one of his major concerns.

    “We need to get rid of the human rights abuse by telling soldiers to follow human rights processes correctly. Our troops don’t go out to do that intentionally. It’s just that some of them think that’s the way”

    He dismisses suggestion he lacks control over his men and says he spends a lot of time with his troops explaining, “Don’t abuse power, that is my lesson to troops since last year – and the other one is that it’s a higher calling. We must not abuse that and stay on the right side.”

    Fiji’s Media Council has expressed concerns about media freedom and said last week it welcomed the Prime Minister’s statement that he condemned violence and force, and his commitment to the Bill of Rights. “Of course there is media freedom,” ” assures Bainimarama. “What we are objecting to is false stories.”

    In the past two weeks , two journalists were picked up for questioning. Their media outlets have since apologised saying the alleged instances of human rights abuse by troops were falsely reported.

    Commodore Bainimarama’s pronouncements since December 5 have reinforced the view that this coup is pro-Indian. “The Indians support the Army because they know that if something goes wrong we’ll be there, just as we’ll be there for Fijians, Chinese, everyone else.”

    He is unconcerned by a possible indigenous backlash, though it is reported that he has a few top indigenous leaders under surveillance. He relates the case of a soldier who was asked to desert the Army by his chief, which he refused. “People have seen through their leaders, especially the crooked ones.”

    Commodore Bainimarama believes last week’s budget, authored by Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry, will put the economy back on the rails. In the wake of sanctions by Australia, New Zealand, Britain and the United States, he has sent delegations to China, India and Southeast Asia to bring in investment, tourists – and military co-operation.

    Dealing with the findings of the Anti-Corruption Commission, legislative, structural and fiscal reform, rationalisation of the electoral system, addressing human rights violations, elections and transfer of power to a democratically elected government by 2010 –Commodore Bainimarama and his interim administration certainly have a lot on their plates.

    Islands Business Magazine
    Copyright © 2007 Islands Business International. All Rights Reserved

  27. Budhau Says:


  28. Dauvavana Says:

    Fellas Butthole has just confirm that he is faggot (nothing wrong with that but closet ones like Butthole are dangerous) and the Pig’s bitch with his constant mention of the Pig as handsome.

    And oh boy, that curry smell fart is getting worse

  29. lawenforcer Says:

    Budhau, I think whoever u r, its time you grew up, and saw the nimcumpoof of a person who are increasing making yourself of – of course, u could even be none other and Bainimarama – so just piss off from this site if u cant contribute anything serious u scum – Fiji is going to the dogs and there u are with your filth – just piss off

  30. jaguar Says:

    Great reminder re that Island Business news item on why the Pig is so much more despised now than before (if you count in those who were gullible enough to be bought in the immediate aftermath of the Pig’s 2ND Coup de ‘tat within a decade!

    All that empty rhetoric about cleaning up when it all boiled down to “self-preservation”. Reminds me of a pix in Kutu’s 1st blog that showed the Pig seated at a table with one hand on the table and the other partly hidden underneath the table.

    Hang in there Ana Kaloumaira, our prayers and sympathies are with you and your families!

  31. Dauvavana Says:

    o ratou na dudu moto jiko mai muri me ratou a taura ga na kau ratou taura tu ya ka vakayakia na dosi balavu ka muri tiko mai.

  32. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Ae sa persistent dina o ButadrauoVorekeiPal..

    Can we just like all IGNORE the piece of SHITE!!!!!

    Like don\’t reply to his stupid remarks and fart-smelling comments…kila little children who crave for attention will be noisy so we can always look on them and say things like \”Hey Butadrau, galu mada!\” He gets the attention, we look away to attend to IMPORTANT THINGS LIKE HAVE A GOOD EXCHANGE OF IDEAS…baci dua mai na noise-making mai nona yasana, so we can divert our attention to him AGAIN!!!

    SO, let\’s do ourselves (me included of course as I have in my anger replied to him/her/them) a favour and IGNORE THE PIG-SNORTER!!!!

    Let him keep talking to himself!!!


  33. Dauvavana Says:

    Dua talega na ka me da veitalanoa ga vaka Viti baleta e sega saraga ni dau kila okoya e dua na ka ka vaka me dau galu kina.

  34. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Koya sara ga qori Dauvavana..ia ke tabaka mai vaka-Peritania..(ya!!! 😉 ) guisetaki ga..kua sara na via reply kina se me cavuti na yacana..da fire ga o keda na tara koro ena noda yasana.

  35. FijiGirl Says:

    OMG! Chodo is the damsel in distress, and Vore is his Knight in Shining Amour!

    Or should that be “l’amour”??

    How did Chodo bewitch Vore into this? Hypnotism? It’s definitely gone beyond a simple case of bribery-greed.

    God bless Fiji

  36. Tasiriki Says:

    Hey guyss….he juz promiseddd elections next year & restore of 2% paycutss June & Dec…Did he say diz back home???…WAIT & SEE EHHH!!!!….ohhh..he said I quote ” everythin back home is progressing normalyyy!!! AS IF!!!…

  37. Tuteci Vosaniyaqona Says:

    Budhau or is it Budha lol! Don’t you have anything else to do in your life ? Everytime I logon I see your ugly bum sitting here. Try getting yourself a life buddy.

    Bainimarama should stop wasting people’s monies with unnecesary travels. Would be nice to wake up to news of him giving up one of these expansive trips and diverting its funds to the poorer. Money belong to the people anyway.

  38. Jose Says:

    Someone is using the bhudau name.This is not bhudau.This is a delusional mental case.

  39. Jon jon Says:

    Thanks NP for the meke, good one hehe misi o budha. Don’t wori abot budha fellows tonite is full moon thats why he was kuku all nite qai dolo tiko vaka gata.. By the way we know Budahu is a hindu thats why he worships the pig cause this people can worship anything even the tree with milk and snake. No wonder he is off his head and curumi tevero.. Dau tukuni mai rewa me curuma sa la na nona volo qai uvuca me vuce sara vakalevu o maveka budahu..ulu madu!!!

  40. natewaprince Says:

    This is not our old budhau.This is the one from the intel/media cell that visited this site filled with demons along with the other banshees,exodus,sitiveni etc.

  41. natewaprince Says:


    Ham Lini says,”Now every villager behind us that you shook that leaf at will bring their own bottle of coconut oil when they come to your room tonight.”

  42. aubatinuku-N Says:

    “The Pig Land in Port Villa”

    So now pigs can fly.

    BTW you guys – anyone can write under the name Budhau.
    So it wasn’t me goin from “you idiots” to “Talk talk talk talk”

    Now – aubatinuku-N – explain this to these idiots.

  43. Budhau Says:

    OK guys – so some of you finally figured out that the other guys wasn’t me. He good though he got thing like my typos and the incorrect use of “-“, he slipped when he he used all caps in one of the post.

    Now Fiji Democracy Now – here is a guy who can probably tell who is the real Budhau and who is an impostor. Unlike you who listed all those in this forum who were ever critical of you guys as Budhau writing under a different name.

    aubatinuku-N – sorry I had to use you name to prove a point.

  44. natewaprince Says:


    Vore: Ham,this leaf feels slimey.

    Ham: Those people behind us all ejaculate on it and present it to the VIP,in this case ,you.It’s a very old lapita custom.

  45. FijiGirl Says:

    Vinaka EnufDictatorship.

    SV – we have the icons to indicate individual users.

    Might it be possible to ‘colour code’ the icons for bloggers who work for the illegal regime (Budhau, MV, etc) with the same colour icons so that legitimate contributors to this blog will have more of a clue which posts to completely ignore??

    I suggest black icons, since the colours of the rainbow seem to be taken.

    The pro-iIG nitwits keep clogging up the posts, as they are paid to do. It will help for those of us who want to just scroll past their rubbish and concentrate on constructive ways for bringing down the illegal regime.

    Just a thought. Vinaka.
    God bless Fiji

  46. Budhau Says:

    Very smart FijiGirl – how did you figure this one out. Only now can you explain that to you good buddy Fiji Democracy Now – who had put in hours into his conspiracy theory about every message that did not agree with Pro-Qarase line must have been posted by me.

    BTW – as a general rule I only write under one, and no I do not advocate violence.

  47. Jose Says:

    Bhudau, how do you feel about others using your name. I know which one is you.

  48. natewaprince Says:

    Only one solution,ignore them all.

  49. Budhau Says:

    Jose – I do not mind – if you guys theory is correct, then I should be loving this.

    So the sooner you guys get away from this game playing, the better it is – right.

    Otherwise, didn’t you guys say that I get paid by Bainimarama to have you going in circles.

  50. aubatinuku-N Says:

    These QEB bloggers….WOW!! I never thought I would hear such a thing, “QEB bloggers” on base, are WASTING taxpayer $$ bloody blogging?? To what end???

    This only CONFIRMS that VOREQE BAINIMARAMA and his ILLEGAL JUNTA use this portal as a means of guaging public opinion and everyday their restless foolish pride builds.

    E cava? E sa sigai sara ga na ka me caka?? Nomuni cakacaka ga e na visiga na tauri dakai wavoki, sir yes sir!! Sa koya sara tiko ga ya na kena levu.

    1)These people blog under whos direction?
    2)Is Voreqe directly involved?
    3)How much taxpayer work hours do these people spend inciting violence and praising the DESPOT VOREQE BAINIMARAMA??

    I am finding it hard to swallow the FACT that we pay these simpletons to BITCH the day away while in other parts of the country, people are being laid off work and kids are being sent home from school for obvious reasons.

    A B O L I S H

    T H E

    M I L I T A R Y !!


    Du kanaka vi nomudou boso o NAITA VOREQE BAINIMARAMA me suka tale mada i MBHS, lai vaqimai vinaka mai na vuli!!

  51. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    sa rai rai vinaka na tauri kau nei IB.

  52. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    Ia na qo, ga na qo.

    se kuca?

  53. merovingian Says:

    Sto digress, this is quoted from FijiLive this morning –

    “The former Supervisor of Election Semesa Karavaki had also indicated that preparations for a March elections is way behind schedule.

    But, Commission chairman Mohammed Sahu-Khan said nothing will stop them from carrying out their duties in ensuring that the country returns to the polls in 2009.”

    The thing about this is that no one in the interim government or Elctoral Commission is committing to elections in “March” 2009 – its just 2009 now!

    So are we looking at the first indications of a December 2009 elections now?

    What ever it means, I have heard from reliable sources that Bainimarama does not intend to have an elections next year – despite what the Electoral Commission says.

  54. FijiGirl Says:

    So fake Budhau implicitly agrees that real Budhau is a hired hand and therefore able to be sacked?!

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha lol

    Can’t wait for Budhau to hit the fan…

    @ Merovingian – in terms of corruption, they don’t come much better than MSDSK.
    He’s been on the FIFA gravy train for ever and will never give up the lovely per diems FIFA pays him for nothing.

    We, the pro-Democracy movement of Fiji, have to keep appealing to the international community to keep pressure on this Junta to stick to the promised election timetable of March 09.

    The EU had agreed to make this a condition of payments on Fiji sugar. Can NGO’s please follow this up with the EU delegation in Suva?

    Bloggers based overseas – write to Foreign Affairs in your home country urging them to keep up pressure on this Junta.

    Anyone with relatives in the UK, or in UK themselves, get them to start writing to their local and national newspapers. The Fiji High Commissioner is presenting his credentials to the Queen in early June. Write about the terrible deeds of this regime and urge them to keep pressure up through our new ambassador (who, btw, is a great rugby hero).

    God bless Fiji

  55. Juicy Lucy Says:

    bainibanana should just sit on those spears….taking fourteen people in his entourage….wasting taxpayers money just like the chaudharys…

  56. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    Well guys, ‘ we are back to the basis.


  57. petero Says:

    We know its a relative of yours, boci budhau. Folks, all the “different” BUDHAUS belong to the one and same smelly family – they’re all relatives.

  58. Jose Says:

    Ha.hahahahahaha…. FijiGirl he did hit the fan he imagined himself in the world boxing ring punching somebody then smashing him as he bounces back from the rope. He was…!!!!! I must say we should give him a pat for trying though.

  59. natewaprince Says:

    Caller: Can I speak to the chairman of the Bua Provincial Council,Ratu Filimone Ralogaivau please.

    Reply: I’m sorry mam,that qavokavoka va kalia just got his ass kicked out at our meeting just awhile ago.

    Caller: I know,I just heard it on the radio.Isn’t it just wonderful.Why do you call him that,do you read the ‘solivakasama’blogsite ??

    Reply: Yes mam,I’m the one that gave him that name



  60. Glawyer Says:

    Good news indeed! Let that be a lesson to those who are abusing their position with their own personal views and agenda’s. Only left is for an election than we’ll see the rest of these opportunist illegals get kicked out democratically! Power to the people!

  61. Linus Says:

    Hey!!! New Quiz game in town

    Just who are they trying to confuse???

    Elections commitment made only for EU agreement
    Wednesday, May 28, 2008

    Taken from / By: google
    Interim Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says, Fiji’s commitment to Elections next year was only made as part of an agreement to ensure sugar subsidies and flexibility, reports Radio Australia.

    He was quoted as saying nobody seems to be reading the line after March 2009.

    Sayed-Khaiyum said the odd 15 or 16 commitments they gave the European Union, state that the proper logistics have to be in place.

    According to Radio Australia, the AG has indicated the country will not meet its promise of elections in March next year.

    Last October, interim Prime Minister, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama committed to elections in March 2009, during the Pacific Island’s Forum Leaders meeting in Tonga.

    Meanwhile, ousted Prime Minister, Laisenia Qarase told Radio New Zealand – he would like to see the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) Leaders Summit – persuade Bainimarama to stick to his promises over a poll date.

    So far, the Interim Government has reassured that the deadline will be met.

    Interim Foreign Affairs Minister -Ratu Epeli Nailatikau has assured his MSG counterparts that Fiji will have a fair, free and transparent election in March 2009.

    While giving an update on the political developments in Fiji, Ratu Epeli said Fiji is committed to hold elections and in doing so have made significant progresses to prompt the election process.

  62. NobleBannerBlue Says:

    This makes me so mad. These idiots dont know what the hell they are doing – each going off on their own tangent……… It is clear that they cant work together to provide consistent leadership.. So much for the clean up campaign…

  63. Glawyer Says:

    There was never a ‘clean up campaign’, more like a ‘get power campaign’ or ‘clean out government coffers’ campaign.

  64. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    Mr Bole’s several appearance @ the FT front page was interesting how he repeated time and again that it was not the duty of the Ministry of Education to provide bus fares for the children as my mind’s eye kept replaying Bainimarama trip to Vanuatu that is expansive and very unnecessary. Monies should have been diverted to the MoE to cater to bus fares for these kids since this illegal interim administration, that Mr Bole happens to be a part is directly responsible for the demise of thousands of jobs in the tourism industry and all duty free shops, handicrafts vendors across the country and all tourist related activities. Hike in oil prices worldwide aside. The fact of the matter is this interim administration brought on the the sufferings, loss of investor confidence, and the subsequent economic dive. Furthermore, we have never before witnessed record overseas travels tallied by this lot. Having the time of their lives flying around the world at the people’s expanses ; drinking up wine and champagne with 1st class hotel accommodations all over the world. In the meantime Fiji’s children can not even afford bus fares to reach their classrooms. Would be nice. Very nice if one of those proposed good for nothing overseas trips were folded in order to direct the allotted sum of monies that were to go towards their wine drinking, 1st class air tickets, lobster tail dinners into paying kids bus fares whose parents lost their jobs as a direct result of this coup. Don’t you think Mr Bole? People of Fiji are not stupid. They can do that math better than you and your numb skull boss.

  65. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Hey! freedom of the morning to all!

    Just saw a pic of the vore and law students in Vanuatu.

    I just wondered, if any of these law students will one day defend or prosecute vore and his merry-men in the future. That would be ironic indeed!


  66. Glawyer Says:

    Agree wholeheartedly with Katalina, who are these idiots trying to fool, and why so many hangers on going to Vanuatu? As soon as they got off the plane the Vanuatu delegation saw all the flies following the pig they gave him that big green fly swatter to keep them off, little did they know the pig actually loves being surrounded by flies because he enjoys wallowing in filth!

  67. Peace Pipe Says:

    This A/H of a pig looks really stupido carrying that branch with him. Why do they welcome a terrorist is beyond me. This illegal idiot flying all over the place doing and achieving what? Sweet F/A. Just take him into the Vanuatu jungle and leave him there for all we care.

    Following a few bodies behind is his speech and Q&A prop parmess chand another sick sapota of the pig.

    Probably what he will say is that the election is on as promised and not reveal what he threatened on LQ and SDL. By the way is there any Fiji reporter to relay back the statements emanating from the pig.

  68. Pusiloa Says:

    Anyone notice the Air Pacifc jet behind the pig? For only 11 delegates cant they charter one from Air Fiji? Sa levu la na via laki vosavosa tiko vaka vuku kei Naulukau…drau veivutu..tauri ga na drauni niu qori wai sosomaki kina vanua dau sega ni cadra mai kina na mata ni siga…..

  69. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    Exactly my thought .. any Fiji Journalists accompanying this team? And just take a look at that airplane in the background there. M/G does anyone know how much fuel that plane takes to fill to the rim? Imagine all that money wasted and the poor kids in Fiji can not even pay 20 cents bus fares. Infuriating!

    Mr Bole, in future please refrain from making such remarks.

  70. Fiji Democracy Now Says:

    @SV and other bloggers: For the record, this is what we have posted in today’s Fiji Times on Qarase’s call for the dictator to justify how he can exclude the SDL and mainstream political parties from participating the next election – whenever that may be.


    In modern societies, the law is upheld and that is the reality.

    On that basis, ousted prime minister Laisenia Qarase is correct in asserting that under the constitution of Fiji there’s provision for his and other mainstream political parties to contest the next election and only by abrogation of the constitution can this be changed.

    But as has been continually demonstrated in today’s Fiji under its military-backed government, legal and constitutional considerations are not regarded by our rulers as legal barriers that will necessarily prevent them from doing what they want.

    Instead, they see the laws of the land as obstacles to be circumnavigated with whatever means they can find, be they legal, quasi-legal or illegal.

    But with his escalating demands to do it his way, and only his way, irrespective of the law, Fiji’s dictator is demonstrating all the signs of someone obsessed with creating his own, parallel reality.

    In everyday terms this is called self-gratification; in the medical lexicon there are other labels, but we think “manic” is probably the most appropriate.

    Thanks to the December 2006 coup and its aftermath, today’s Fiji with a failing economy and a capricious, wilful dictator, has never been further below its previous benchmark of being “as the world should be.”

    Now it appears that Fiji’s dictator is intent on forcing his bizarre agenda down Fiji’s throat, in the process pushing the nation to even greater depths of unhappiness and despair.

    You would think that is a reality that any national leader would seek at all possible costs to avoid, rather than consciously create, as Fiji’s dictator appears so intent on doing.

  71. Bhu-dha-dha-u Says:

    E lai caka beka e keya na yara sasa………e dau yarati na sasa ni bogi levu e na dua na bulubulu, qai dau vodo mai na yalodra na bulu tu kina…..E rawa ni vakilai saraga ni sa dau bibi na sasa……Dau biu na sasa keimami qai laiva e dua na veitaucici bula i nakoro……Au kila ni ka beka qo e lai caka e Vanuatu……….Ka dai lai vakarai nona tevoro o la qo…….Da rere!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  72. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    Great post FDN. Just came from there Moderator still hasn’t put it up yet.. will probably kick in @ next update.

    I am flabbergasted . I have never heard in a democracy that a political party is barred from contesting a general election … never ever heard of such a thing.

  73. LLUVfiji Says:

    @Bhu-dha-dha-u. E lai vakacuru o luveni heguwa!

  74. LUVfiji Says:


  75. iceman Says:

    Dua ga vei rua, ke sega ni kuita ve na dua na dia ni sasa ia e laki kari sasa!!!!!. Me dua ga mai vanuatu me walia vua e dua na draunikau kaukauwa me qai lesu mai sa veka yarayara ga mai gaunisala!!!!!!!!!

  76. Freedom Fighter Says:

    Abolish the RFMF … gone are the good soldiers that once made our military and country proud. All we have running the military now are the greedy opportunists.

  77. Mark Manning Says:

    key into google ( reasons for Hitler’s rise to power in 1933 ) , then go to the 3rd one down that page , then go through the slide show and see if you notice the resemblance to the diagram posted here some days ago , allegedly showing a page downloaded from Chaudhry’s computer !

  78. FijiGirl Says:

    Thank FDN & Linus.

    Your postings show that the major (possibly only) stick this illegal regime will jump to is sugar prices.

    Please – NGO’s keep up your campaign of writing to the EU Delegation in Suva, and via mainstream media, to keep these illegal IR thieves to their promise.

    If there are no elections in March 09, the EU must have mechanisms in place to revoke Tate & Lyle’s offer to buy Fiji’s sugar.

    We need the EU delegation to make a statement (preferably official, although a nod and a wink would also reassure) confirming the mechanisms.
    Tabu soro
    God bless Fiji

  79. 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.

  80. Wailei! Says:

    WTF! Isa sa leqa saraga o keda nai taukei…

  81. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Found the article on

  82. IslandBoy Says:

    @pusiloa – the FJ 737 aircraft in the background is a regularly scheduled service that continues on to Honiara before returning to Nadi.

    All pax disembarking in Vila were held on the aircrfat and then proceeded to the arrivals hall after piggy was welcomed into the VIP lounge. Joining pax were also held in departures until his motorcade had cleared to head into town.

    What annoyed me was the news read by his nephew Inoke on FIJI TV tonight thathe would return to Fiji and catch a connection to Rome for the FAO high level summiton food security.

    Also that cretin midget Jocelyn Scutt pretending to represent Fiji’s women in London and Athens. She has no qualms about speaking on subjects she knows zero about.

    Imagine we could have truly beautiful and brainy local women like Edwina, Virisila, Imrana or Shamima speaking on behalf of our women and instead this pretender, rodent looking thing has the temerity to nominate herself.

  83. IslandBoy Says:

    Lets all boycott Korean airlines. Tell all your relatives in the British army to fly through LAX and connect on Air Pacific. Stop booking Korean today.
    This is their major source of traffic on this route.

    This is the only airline illegal regime goons can use to go north as they cannot acquire visas to transit through other routes.

    Korean no longer fly the through service to Auckland so if we all boycott, it will make this Nadi turnaround route unprofitable for Korean.

    Come on folks this is something we can all do, lets aim for a zero upload for Korean in a couple of weeks. Send your freight and pax through Narita on our national airline.

  84. Tracker Says:

    Great idea IB. Let’s boycott Korean Airlines esp after they allowed Hannah to be deported on their plane despite the Court Order!

    Also to Kata Balawatolu, we are not living in a Democracy in Fiji. It is a hoax – the interim govt violates peoples rights every single day!!!

  85. solivakasama Says:

    NP the kutu is there as part of the appendage and doing a good job annoying the pig 🙂

  86. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Go kutu!

    I was just wondering if this strategy to try and ban SDL from the elections is a ploy to intimidate their many supporters resulting in them boycotting the elections, thus the allowing the illegals to declare it null and void or something, and then they will use that as an excuse to hold onto to their stolen power for longer?

    man..ya sa na qai really the pits dina!!!!!

    Time to start thinking about different strategies and routes people.

  87. FijiGirl Says:

    Vinaka Kutu!

    EnufDictatorship – agree with you, honey, but I can’t help the feeling this Junta will do all it can to wriggle out of holding the elections.
    The main thing that ties them is the sugar prices, admitted by Yippee-Ai-yay.
    As I said above, please people & NGO’s write to EU delegation in Suva asking them to have mechanisms in place to cancel sugar price agreement if the Junta doesn’t live up to their end of the deal.

    Is the appointment of Felicity Heffernan a good thing? Is she any relation of Angie? More importantly, is she beyond corruption?

    Can any lawyers on this blog inform us whether the Junta has a legal right to forbid or refuse ex-Parlimentarians from standing in an election? What would the Junta have to do, legally, to achieve this?

    God bless Fiji

  88. Mark Manning Says:

    no disrespect intended , but you don’t have to be a lawyer to know an illegal junta has no legal authority , full stop !

  89. kaiveicoco Says:

    kauta na drau ni niu qori lai vavia kina na kemu vakalavalava !!

  90. FijiGirl Says:

    MM – agreed, mate!

    But what would help for the NGO’s who read this blog is to have a lawyer explain in specific detail
    a) HOW the Junta might go about excluding our elected PM, SDL Parliamentarians and other political activists (who they rightly fear, ’cause these people are going to whip the Junta’s butt in the next election) from standing in the next election

    b) what existing legal loopholes they will jump through to achieve this and

    c) what We, The People can do about it.

    God bless Fiji

  91. Mark Manning Says:

    Abrogate the Constitution is what Frank has threatened to do if the GCC don’t appoint his man VP and don’t accept the changes to the GCC or the Charter .
    The President today , in the Fiji Times , has admitted this is his last year in Office ! With no VP , and the President gone , either voluntarily , through ill health , an inability to perform his duties or through death , Frank has said he would declare himself President and martial law all in one stroke .
    So if Fijians are going to act , now is the time to do it , especially with Frank and his supporters on a trip !

  92. FijiGirl Says:

    I recall General Quezon of the Philippines who said “I would rather be ruled by 12 corrupt Filipinos than 1 earnest American”

    Who would be rather be ruled by – Frank, or Chodo?

    The devil? Or the deep blue sea?

    The frying pan? Or the fire?

    Personally, I’d take Vore over Chodo any day.

    I know many will not agree with me, but I’d rather be ruled by one crazy Fijian than a greedy Chodo.

    God bless Fiji

  93. Jose Says:

    In essence FijiGirl, for you and General Quezon, A NATIVE RULER rather then an alien one.

  94. FijiGirl Says:

    Vinaka, Jose. Too true!

    God bless Fiji

  95. Adi Kaila Says:

    funny that piggy was hosted by Ham Lini at the MSG.

    was there any msg in the bacon?

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