Thank you Fritzy for sharing your (very) nasty little secret

Your humble correspondent spends much time on the net, but no one he’s encountered in cyberspace has grabbed his attention quite the way Fritzy did.
Fritzy ? Who the hell is Fritzy, I hear you ask.
Well, to tell the truth, I wouldn’t know him if he stood up in my cornflakes and sang Handel’s Messiah. His only discernible characteristics are a Dutch girlfriend and a liking for tossing back Vodka and beer chasers (plinth and Laurel wreath).
Why ? Well, Fritzy, bless his soul, happens to be the source of new, damming evidence as to the appalling levels of criminality of the Fiji’s current regime.
Fritzy  has given us a truth that the world should know, a truth that brands Bainimarama’s junta for the bunch of thugs they really are. Let me explain.
I stumbled onto Fritzy by clicking on a link posted in a comment on that wonderful and enduring Fiji freedom blog, Discombobulated Bubu (see last comment under “Aiyass suffers memory loss in complaint to UN 9th May).
Fritzy, it seems, is a recent visitor to Fijian shores. On Monday 12th May he recorded some of his experiences on a website called Answer Bag. Then a link to that appeared on Bubu’s blog on 15th May, and I found it last night.
The following by Fritzy that I’ve cut and pasted is what caught my attention:
“. . . . I met jonny in an interesting bar with an Irish name that is a throbspot in Suva. Jonny seems to have a few jobs one of he’s jobs is to be a pimp. He just walked up to me and asked me straight out if I wanted a beautiful young girl. I said that I was my meeting my Dutch girlfriend in Nadi the next day and she was beautiful enough for me. Jonny was very gentlemanly about this and suggested we have a drink.

In fact we had quite a few drinks and it was after the fourth or fifth vodka and beer chaser that he told me about his other life as a criminal, but hes no ordinary crim. jonny told me he does work for the Fiji military, it’s interesting work and involves stealing like stealing stuff from foreigners like laptop computers. When I told jonny I didn’t have a laptop on this trip, he just laughed and said hes only interested in foreign diplomats and certain business people who are doing business in Fiji……….”
Now, is that – or is it not – information to boggle one’s mind (and I’m not referring to the truth serum qualities of multiple vodkas and beer chasers!) ?
One can only wonder what other services might be provided by Johhny/ Jonny to a grateful RFMF.
Do they include torching suburban dwellings of expatriate judges, or delivering death threats to distinguished diplomats ? Yes, the mind does boggle!
And just in case you want to have a look-see for yourself, here’s the link I found, courtesy of Discombobulated Bubu. Check out answer #15:
Now, logic informs your humble correspondent that a sensible next step would be to determine the Best way to use this damning incident of criminal activity to hasten the end of Fiji’s suffering.
For example, whey dont we all write to the papers and simply draw people’s attendtion to the evidence out there ?
And, whilte we are at it, can anyone come up with a parallel strategy that will finally deliver the cornered pig to his room in St Giles ?


30 Responses to “Thank you Fritzy for sharing your (very) nasty little secret”

  1. Fiji Democracy Now Says:

    Thanks to SV and Cassandra. We have checked out the two links (Bubu and the AnswerBag site) and all we can is that it’s incredible! Thre is no other word for it!

    It looks like Cassandra has unearthed a batch of dynamite that will demolish any remaining credibility Fiji’s military (and thug)-backed regime thinks it might have.

    Confirmation that thugs are doing criminal stuff at the regime’s bidding raises some very grave questions.

    For one thing, would “Johnny” know anything about the burning down of the house of the former President of the Court of Appeal, something that coincidentally happened shortly after that judge challenged the legality of the interim government in June 2007 and was then asked to resign by Fiji’s chief lawbreaker, sorry interim Attorney Genera , Kid Cowboy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum?

    For another, is there more than just coincidence linking Aiyaz and that crime?

    For example, did Kid Cowboy actually order the torching of Justice Gordon Ward’s villa at Pacific Harbour?

    Or being the smart lawyer he claims to be, did he just find himself in certain company and just mentioned how nice it would be if someone took the trouble to give Justice Ward something to think about, knowing that the thugs (the “johnnies” of this world) would take their cue from that?

    We can all see that Fiji’s regime has no respect for the law, but Solivakasama has done the people of Fiji a tremendous service by documenting this evidence that so clearly demonstrates the degree of criminality that the regime involves itself in.

    The team at FDN would like to congratulate Solivakasama and, of course, the intrepid Cassandra for a wonderful piece of investigative reporting! Well Done!

    Also, we think Cassandra’s suggestion that we do what we can to get this information into the mainstream is an excellent idea that bloggers should act upon.

  2. Corruption Fighter Says:

    @ FDN -you are absolutely right, it IS certainly incredible evidence and it confirms what many of us have been saying on the blogs since the coup. And you are right about it pointing to the guilt/complicity/wrongdoing of others in the regbime.

    It’s all about dirty tricks and to engage in dirty tricks is a form of corruption in itself. As I have pointed out before, the very fact that Bainimarama and Aiyaz acted so swiftly to organise the shonky “Inquiry” into Chodopu$$’s tax avoidance and accumulated wealth in overseas bank accounts points to their complicity in corruption. Just like their not outright condemning the burning down of Justice Gordon Ward’s house, it points to their complicity, active or tacit, take your pick. But there is complicity!

    It follows, at least in my thinking, that if Bainimarama is so prepared to quarantine the Chodopu$$ from the corruption charges he would be facing in any other country with a half-honest attorney general, he must be doing so for a reason. My reasoning tells me that it’s because the Chodopu$$ and others have made sure that Bainimarama is getting his share of the action.

    It’s a fact of life that birds of a feather do flock together, they do it for mutual protection and in this case I strongly suspect for mutual profit also. At the end of the day, what is the difference on the morality scale when you are the “leader” of a group of people (ie: Bainimarama leads the regime) of being complicit in corruption (ie: Bainimarama protecting Chodopu$$), or being complicit in arson (Justice Ward) and actually committing the crime yourself?

  3. Mark Manning Says:

    Frank again , has stated he will abrogate the constitution . Now is the time to act !

  4. Navosavakadua Says:

    A good police officer will only shoot someone as a last resort if his or her life is
    threatened. A good military man will wait until his target is relieving himself in the bushes and shoot his target when he leans his rifle against a tree. Now some people might call that a dirty tricks. They would be wrong. Winning in the military is all about dirty tricks.

    The military is trained to not just to do dirty tricks, but to think, eat, drink and sleep dirty tricks, because dirty tricks is how you win battles. That’s why it’s no surprise that dirty tricks are a key weapon in Bainimarama’s arsenal, because he is in a battle to get things to work his way and, like the military man he is, he knows dirty tricks will give him the advantage that he needs.

    This latest exposure of using dirty tricks not only builds the case against the regime as a regime of lawlessness and brutality, but it also proves beyond reasonable doubt that, instead of serving the people of Fiji, Voreqe Bainimarama is in fact engaging them in a battle. More disturbing is the realisation that he probably doesn’t know the difference.

  5. natewaprince Says:

    If the pig and slack arse are using Johnny’s talent as a thug,there is no reason to doubt that they are also using his talent as a pimp.

  6. FijiGirl Says:

    Does anyone know if Shi*ster retains her position as “Special Rapporteur on the use of mercenaries as a means of impeding the exercise of the right of people to self-determination”? She was appointed in 2004.

    “The Special Rapporteur on the use of mercenaries as a means of impeding the exercise of the right of people to self-determination is mandated to consult with States, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations; to pay particular attention to the impact of the activities of private companies offering military assistance, consultancy and security services on the international market on the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination; and to report to the UN Commission on Human Rights and General Assembly each year.”

    After “Frankie’s” revelation in Cassandra’s posting, it looks like Shi*ster completely misunderstood what she was supposed to be doing, and achieved the opposite purpose.

    She’s absorbed the wrong insights (use mercenaries, they’re great!) and given them to the wrong people (Vore, Chodo, etc).

    Vinaka to YPCN and other NGO’s calling for her dismissal / replacement or an alternative Human Rights body to be set up in Fiji.

    God bless Fiji

  7. Bebenibogi Says:

    tobo o Jone taxi driver va kumi duka the op..

  8. jaguar Says:

    Cassandra – I’m not surprised with Fritzy’s encounter as those things are indeed happening. I had a very very similar encounter although it was not at a bar and the ‘Johnny’ I encountered was dead-sober when he confided in me. I believed him. The RottenFMF are using both the so-called law enforcement agencies and common criminals hand-in-hand to carry out their dirty work… and its just not expats that are targeted…

  9. Budhau Says:

    Come on Cassandra – anyone can post crap on some website and present that as evidence in here.

    Military hiring criminals to steal laptops from foreign diplomats – yeah right.

    Now we should get this information in the mainstream as proof positive as to how low this military can go.

    Cassendra – such shenanigan are almost always counter productive. It won’t take long before people stop believing our stories – even the legitimate ones.

    So next time we come up with one of the real dirty tricks by the military – now one is going to believe it.

    Cassendra – did you honestly believe that just because you connected this to some other website – that folks in here would by it. Maybe that pimp also provided women for the soldier boys, or better still, he was FB homosexual partner

  10. jaguar Says:

    At the end of the day, it is the PEOPLE who’ll decide for themselves what to believe and what to discard as mere fantasy. It is only a paid NINCOMPOOP or one who has much to lose that lives in the shadows this blog in order to muddy the waters and downplay basic common sense in separating fact from fiction!

    If ones cares to look carefully into some of the robberies that are taking place, what other items are being stolen apart from the usual cash, jewellery and most probably food for the starved and penniless robbers.

  11. Fiji Democracy Now Says:

    @ Jaguar above. Yes, you are right about Fiji people being targets. That’s a
    point we didn’t cover in our post yesterday. But of course we agree with you. At the end of the day it is we, the Fiji people, who come first.

    It’s just that we tend to focus on expatriates because, unlike Fiji citizens, they are fortunate enough to have governments and human rights agencies that actually care about the rights of the individual and the rule of law and
    upholding it, and that translates into international pressure on Fiji’s military-backed regime.

    We have not got enough evidence to hand yet, but there are a couple of
    instances we know of that are being treated by the police as robberies, but
    which may in fact be “dirty tricks” and the work of the “Johnies” that the
    regime likes to use.

    What we do know is that quite a number of taxi drivers in Suva just happen to be FMF personnel who somehow have the ability to clock on with the FMF but suddenly change into a bula shirt and spend their “on duty” time driving cabs.

    While Cassandra’s piece was very revealing and a brilliant bit of sleuthing on his part, we fear that all it has showed is the tip of an iceberg.

    We feel it’s a good start to building a very powerful picture out of this
    particular jigsaw puzzle, so if “Anonymous” who posted on Discombobulated Bubu on 15 May is reading this, or if there’s anyone else out there who knows something, we say get it out there on the blogs!

  12. Seini Says:

    Well bloggers I think we can sure of one thing, thanks to Cassandra and SV …we now know for sure whose side Gods on! It certainly ain’t Bainimarama’s!!

  13. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    I also received an email from a trusted source who mentions 2 persons being assaulted by the Military, but are afraid to lodge an official complaint.

    They are both terrified by the Military because of the ill-treatment they received at QEB.

    They feel insecure in going to the Police with Teleni as its head nor to the FHC with Shyster there as well. They fell caught between a rock and a hard place.

    The Military are trained to kill to defend!

    I feel for those whom have been ill-treated and remain anonymous because of genuine fear.

    Time will expose as to what lengths the Military went to intimidate, harass, assault, destroy, kill innocent civilians and who were behind it.

    Bainimarama as Commander cannot say he didn’t authorise or know of it because he will be held accountable for the actions of his men or inaction to prevent it from happening or stopping it.

    Whoever foresaw the day, that the same Military we so proudly farewelled from our friendly shores for their 1st Peacekeeping duties to Lebanon in 1978 would one day turn on and prey upon its own people?

    However the fact remains, that the coup culture started from these same politicians who appointed then Colonel Nailatikau to lead the 1st Fijian Contingent to Lebanon.

    These same politicians after losing the 1987 General Elections to Dr. Bavadra and the then genuine FLP, instigated then Lt. Col Rabuka to topple Colonel Nailatikau and stage our 1st coup.

    So it comes as no surprise, that the siblings of these failed politicians are deeply involved in the current illegal regime and proves the Fijian saying:

    ‘Na niu, ni lutu, e lutu ga e vuna.’

    To non Fijians, a similar English saying would be ‘a chip off the old block.’

    Unfortunately, the evil consequences of the failed politicans in 1987 continues to damn Fiji today.

  14. gemini Says:

    SV how stupid can you be to post such crap??? Do you really think the rfmf needs a common thief to do that sort of work??? A low life who would probably sing like a canary if he got caught by the police?? The rfmf has trained men and they certainly don’t need a pimp for whatever he has to offer.

  15. aubatinuku-N Says:

    @ gemini – The Fiji Military Forces Nothing Royal About Them HERR COMMANDANT is a commom thief pimping himself to the Indian Government through Mahendra Chaudhary his FLESH TRADER! Sold his soul to the devil he has!!

    YOU gemini are the canary singing for them their “Achey breaky heart OUCHY LAMENT” in the name of self pity.

    SV is the ROOFTOP from where the Seraphims sound their daily bugles of Freedom and freedom bloggers are the blood carrying the gift of hope to all that so desperately lack the means to FREELY voice their thoughts and feelings.

    So run along now to your ailing, failing, flailing, weakling DESPOT of a stupid imbecilic wannabee leader Voreqe Bainimarama and PLAY YOUR VIOLIN TO HIM because your CANARY singsong opinion is IRRELEVANT AND INSIGNIFICANT here.

    Shoo!! shoo!!

  16. gemini Says:

    To the idiot above… The R in RFMF is for Republic not royal! But of course you didn’t know that. All you know is what you hear around the tanoa after your 3 hour church service (while your wife slaves away cooking your sunday lunch)

  17. aubatinuku-N Says:

    You mean the Royal Fiji Military Forces of the Republic of Fiji? Madam, screw your head on straight get your lenses replaced and take your meds before ASSUMING.

    On the matter of “wives slaving away cooking Sunday lunch” – Do yourself a favour and “SPEAK FOR YOURSELF”! I dont know what planet you live on but women of today are a whole lot more spunky that what YOUR level of mentality suggests.

    YOU destiny ARE the FMF common thief representative on here and YOU’RE one to talk.

    The speck, the speck in your eye…….first remove it before preaching, while you’re at it, pay your foot soldier Akuila Yabaki a well earned visit to share the speck removal love.

  18. Budhau Says:

    Gemini – agree with you and told these buggers the same thing – CASSANDRA would like us to believe that the Military has hired some pimp, on a part time basis to go steal laptops from laptops from foreigners.

    I was disappointed with SV for allowing these idiots to post there “columns” on here. Folks like this only make SV look bad.

    ..and that smoking gun evidence that Cassandra had – a link to some website.

    Either Cassandra made this whole thing up, or she was too naive to recognizes it when she saw it on the web – Cassandra, here is a easy way out – just admit that you were naive.

    BTW..SV, you can do better – that Taukei declaration, this and that other piece by Enufdictatorship – you guys can do better – find some of those guys who went to college on scholarships that were given out based on merit – get rid of these losers.

  19. aubatinuku-N Says:

    @ Budhau & destiny – RELAX boys & girls!! Why worry then if in your opinion it is “not true”?? The truth will always come out either way anyway, so relaaaaxxxxxx!!

  20. Budhau Says:

    I am not worried about the truth or lack thereof. These idiots are always gonna be around.

    My comments were more for SV – to weed out these things – don’t give these idiots a “column” in this blog – they want to post a message in here – do it just like you and I.

    If this is about propaganda, and not the truth – that is fine also. Just find some folks who can do some good, credible propaganda – posting crap like this – what Cassandra did – that is an insult to the good folks who are regulars in here.

  21. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Budhau – Is that really you??

  22. Budhau Says:

    The secret – Johnny the pimp has been hired by the military to steal laptops from foreigners and Johnny boy goes around telling foreigners about what this military is doing.
    You don’t believe me – I have links to some reliable websites that say the same thing. BTW – when I post this crap on the other website, I will give this blogsite as my proof.

    Recently, I have found this blog very entertaining.

    You guys in Fiji – can’t you contact some folks who can post some good stuff in here regularly – besides these wannabes that we hear from on regular basis. I bet we can get some real lawyers to write in here – besides our boy Savu.

  23. soro Says:


    I honor my personality flaws, for without them I would have no personality at all.

  24. Jose Says:

    Bhudau at his best right here, tongue twisting, slimy, sliding, crawling, snaky Alien trait brought to Fiji from haryana.

    And the out of touch gemini. You must be very, very old. You still live in that era. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Or just plain veibeci you poor, poor thingy. Where did you crawl out from.

  25. Budhau Says:

    Jaguar, “We should all do what little we can we can to help those who have been or are being victimized by this illegal regime”

    The key word in the sentence above is “THIS REGIME” – were is the concern of victims of all illegal regimes in the last 20 or so years.

    Maybe if Qarase would have had the same attitudes towards victims of previous illegal regimes – we would have had a reconciliation by now – but no, all Qarase wanted was to let those coup conspirators out of jail.

    Jose you go for it – with the personal attack – maybe that will make you feel better.

  26. gemini Says:

    Jose go fuck yourself! I havnt forgotten the anti-women comments you made on an earlier post about Mrs Bainimarama attending a rugby match so you’re the one stuck in an outdated civilisation. And as for aubatinuku-N did you miss the whole whole decade when the rfmf changed from the ROYAL FIJI MILITARY FORSES to the REPUBLIC (yes we are an independant nation) OF FIJI MILITARY FORSES???

  27. LUVfiji Says:

    We lost the “royal” tag to republic status, didnt we!

  28. natewaprince Says:

    gemini,are the other dickheads playing with you while you blog from the camp? You sound wet.

  29. aubatinuku-N Says:

    gemini/destiny – We may as well call them FIJI MILITARY FORSESE!!


    Turn the the dumb barracks into a MUSEUM of OUR PAST MILITARY!!

    gemini can be one of the tour guides.

    @ gemini – If I sound like I missed a whole decade then I’m glad you noticed because I would rather remember them as Royal Fiji Military Forces back when we were proud of our military, when they had men of honour!!

    RFMF nowadays is nothing but a waste of money and time, then to top it all, HERR COMMANDANT VOREQE BAINIMARAMA is so darn SPASTIC!!

  30. tuyawa Says:

    me ratou sa deliver taki saraga yani i na vale ni bakava!!

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