Young Peoples Concerned Network have a new website

pls give them your every support – http://www.ypcnfiji.com/

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9 Responses to “Young Peoples Concerned Network have a new website”

  1. Mark Manning Says:

    A great initiative by the current youth of Fiji . A light at the end of the tunnel , there is hope !
    The adults of Fiji , have failed their Children , it’s their turn to take over now . I wish them all the best as they have the Education , sense and will power . Hopefully , they are not influenced by old fashioned ideals , cultural restraints and can be honest in their dealings within the Community . As i said before , it’s their time , the previous generation has stuffed it up and doesn’t deserve to be in control anymore .
    This is a great site and worthy of everyone’s support . good luck to the youth of Fiji in their endeavour .

  2. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    Pita Waqavonovono, Just visited your site, congratulations are in order. You have my support. Don’t mind Finau Tabakaucoro or voro, she is old school with a series of ailments one of which is opportunist; selling her soul to the devil for a few saqamoli.

    Oldies can learn from Youths so keep doing the great work and continue speaking out. You do us proud.

  3. natewaprince Says:

    Raica Kuts,sa vua sara mai na ka daru a tea.

    Congratulations YPCN.

  4. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Yes, congrats!!!! YPCN…our youths should be empowered to become future successful and effective CRAP-DETECTORS who will be able to discern and control entropy in our future governments.

    God bless our youths!

    “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”

    Mary McLeod Bethune quotes (American Educator and adviser to US president Franklin D. Roosevelt)

  5. Fiji Democracy Now Says:

    @ MM. Well put! we endorse your comments 110 per cent and the team at FDN also offers its best wishes for future success to the network and its new website. We’ll list a link to the YPCN website the moment we can locate our person who knows how to change things backstage on our own site!

  6. Bebenibogi Says:

    The nation owes it apologies to the youth of today and tommorrow. 2 decades of destroying your future. Stand up and speak out, for it’s your tommorow when all the oldies have gone. Kuts, NP – green fingers. MM – well said.

  7. Peace Pipe Says:

    Good work Pita and Co on having the site established. Yes it is us the senior folks who are agitating strongly against this unfortunate and devastating coup and subsequent events brought about by a bunch of mindless and heartless individuals i.e. the ig. They have forfeited the future of the young generations who will bear the brunt of the igs selfish and stupid actions. My heart is burdened when I see the faces of young children innocent and smiling not realising they are being brought up in an illegal environment and their future has been wrecked by some dumb idiots. It is ther children will suffer the cost of the coup and be denied the progress and prosperity that they would have enjoyed in their growing up years since they will be paying back the debts of all the coups caused by these idiots.

  8. Islander Says:

    Much props to the YCPN – well done! And yes, don’t mind Finau T., she’s nothing but a cock-sucker and performs that duty to whom ever is ruling. She’s a bit unstable, if you know what I mean.

    Great work and keep the momentum going. Let’s see if the criminals in the interim government, from Frank on down have the balls to take on you kids. If they dare recompense you guys for taking a stand, they will only invite the wrath of the international community, and our big brother’s in the region will have to come in and give him a good hiding.

  9. Orosi Qaranivalu Says:

    Good for you Pita! Thank you for all the word done in past and the more tougher challenges facing the country today and onwards. Fijisilenced posted some very attractive ways here on how to Freeze to Free Fiji. Would be wonderful seeing those put to action in a crowded place like the National Stadium during the Deans Trophy Q/S/Final. If it can be pulled off where the media will no doubt pick it up and give us the results on a live feed?? Will be a gem. Youths can and should be proactive in changing the course of Fiji’s dilemma given the harsh reality it is your future the adults are messing up.

    Good luck and God Bless you and all the Youths for your bravery.

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