Priests and Mullahs – Michael Field

  When Pope Benedict XVI warmly greets Voreqe Bainimarama you know it is not out of Christian love or religious charity.

     It is just crude politics.

     A clique of Catholic priests in Suva, failures in their religious tasks as diminishing membership underlines, use church donations to fund their political agendas which are neatly aligned to the military coup.

     Catholics do not have it on their own.

     Events in the Vatican merely highlight the curious religious world behind Fiji’s coups. Ahmadiyyas, Islamic heretics who not only run the military regime ­ but who, evidence suggests, were actually behind the coup.

     Fiji’s Catholics and Ahmadiyyas have one thing in common; they’ve given up on god and gone for politics.

     The head of the political wing of the Ahmadiyyas in Fiji is Justice Nazhat Shameem whose wields considerable influence over Bainimarama.

     All who know the Commodore are struck by one thing; he is not very bright.

     Security sources say that when he went on military officer courses ­ such as a high level one in Malaysia ­ he actually failed them. Only diplomacy saved him from embarrassment and his marks were always dressed up so that he got a certificate. Even a non-expert glance at his CV points to a man of very modest achievement. As a soldier he has only been shot at once; and on the occasion he ran away.

     So how does a man like this conceive of a coup and run a state? The answer is clear; Nazhat Shameem does. Look at the ruthless way she destroyed the Chief Justice, unconcerned at setting fire to the credibility of the Fiji court system.

     Her investment in Fiji is summed up by the way she got her children out of the place, just before the coup.

     Her sister Shaista Shameem, head of the incongruously named Fiji Human Rights Commission, supports the Voreqe-Nazhat Coup with increasingly disjointed statements.

     Another Ahmadiyya is the military appointed attorney-general Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, a rather corrupt fellow failed in public prosecution and went off to work for Colonial. His law degree is somewhat vague; its questionable if it is even a real one. Certainly, he does not stand by the one piece of academic work he says he wrote while in Hong Kong; it strongly advocates democracy. He even got his brother a job.

     Then there is Colonel Mohammed Aziz; the handsome Ahmadiyya inside Bainimarama¹s office. He is often the author of the tortured public statements put out by the Commodore who can barely read the big words contained therein.

     In the months before the December 2006 Nazhat Shameem had two frequent visitors to her house; Bainimarama and Mahendra Chaudhry. The trio was often together, although one can imagine they were not talking about religion.

     Chaudhry was perhaps the only honest, open man there; he just wanted power and would do anything to get it. Voreqe and Naz had to come up with some kind of justification.

     That, of course, was the contrived claim that Laisenia Qarase’s government had cheated on the elections and that they had a racist programme of legislation.

What we’ve got now, is a military government whose kitchen cabinet is dominated by Ahmadiyyas.

     They are not a particularly extremist sect.

     They are a bit like Mormons are to Christianity ­ embarrassing weirdos who were led astray from the mainstream but oddballs who thought they had a direct line to god. In Pakistan, where Ahmadiyyas (and the Shameems as it happens) trace their roots, they  are not allowed to preach. And so they have become a global church, claiming around 200 million members. Their founder, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad had, like Mormon founder Joseph Smith, some kind of vision that he was a new prophet. He claimed to have a fresher mandate from god that would take Islam back to Mohammed¹s original directions.

     Meanwhile Catholics have a legendary tradition of deeply interfering in Pacific politics. Usually they were the agent of France, but these days it is rather duller than that; its nominally celibate aging men (in Fiji’s case exclusively men, and often white) wanting power.

     Benedict was seen as a Pope interested more in the religious rather than political side of life; like his predecessor, he is not big on liberation theology. For example, he instructed Catholic priests in Kenya not to accept public office.

     So what does he do about Suva’s Archbishop Petero Mataca who is now the head of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji (NCBBF)? It is the hobby of a part-time Auckland economist John Sami who is receiving disgustingly large amount of money to prop up Bainimarama. These confused alliances in Fiji; economist and soldier, Muslim heretics and Catholic eccentrics.

     Bainimarama went to Rome as a head of government to attend the United Nation’s World Food Summit. Some months before he had tried to go to Rome but the Italian Government refused to give him a visa. This time he got into Italy under the Robert Mugabe Clause; we don’t like you, but as it’s a UN do, we cannot stop you.

     Benedict did not meet Mugabe this time (through sheer carelessness he got into the last Pope’s funeral) but Mataca did his work well and got his local boss into meeting his bigger foreign boss.

     All this suggests the Vatican really does not care much about the people of the Pacific.

     The Vatican has a long his of cooperating with military dictatorships, particularly of the South American kind, and doing the same for the Pacific is par for the course. The Pope was plainly clueless about Bainimarama; a depressing commentary on the Vatican these days.

     The shameless politics of the local priests has been highlighted by New Zealand expatriate David Arms who, rather than say Mass and minister to his parishioners (should he have any) and set out to subvert Fiji’s constitution.

     He has said that “as the military regime was more or less acting outside the constitution, the NCBBF should take the opportunity to push through the electoral reforms and amend the constitution, by taking advantage of the military authority and ignoring the legal constitutional requirements for making such changes“.

   Arms is devoid of any knowledge of history. Such appeasement and opportunism has been the handmaiden to many a corrupt government.

     Perhaps instead of banning journalists, Fiji should start tossing a few irksome priests out. The moral decline of Fiji Catholicism suggests they are not working in accordance with their visa rules.

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48 Responses to “Priests and Mullahs – Michael Field”

  1. EnufDictatorship Says:

    Great read! Vinaka SV and Tim

    Exactly what I was talking about today with a rellie…how and what does this meeting with the Pope bring to our country, our children and their future?

    As MF mentioned, the Pope would clearly have NO IDEA who this man is he is meeting, except maybe that he is the current illegal ruler of Fiji. Or maybe Mataca said he is the King of Fiji!

    The time is nigh…Catholic priests delving in illegal regimes in SA now it is Fiji\’s turn.

    And, yes I do agree with you Mr. Field, if the publishers were deported for overstepping their mark thus becoming a threat to national security, how different is NZ\’s Father Arms?

  2. Vakatakilai Says:

    The Pope knows full well who FBai is. The Pope has even the President of the US bowing down to him and seeing God through the popes eyes. This man is in control.

    He controls the whole world. His acceptance of FBai shows that whatever Fbai is doing is in line with his program of “One world order”. Let’s not be fooled by assuming that he does not know of Fbai’s doings here at home.

    The Bible has prophecied of all that is happening today so let’s not be ignorant but work hard to learn what the Bible says so that we will not be disappointed that things are not going our way but will instead be praising God for predicting what we are currently going through now.

    This does not mean that we are to accept the bad behaviors as shown by this regime. As Christian we are to be like our leader Christ, who stood up for the downtrodden. He openly accused the leaders of misleading and never once accepted what is wrong. He called a spade a spade.

  3. FijiGirl Says:

    I guess the Catholic Church, the Ahmadiyyas, the Chodos, the Freemasons, etc – in the end, for these types it becomes more about power and hypocrisy than it is about helping one’s fellow man, or making this world a better place.

    Thank God that in Fiji we still have the power, our power, to stop them.

    God bless Fiji

  4. Maqa a Leqa Says:

    Michael Field has missed the other Ahmadiyyas like the Chair of the Constitutional Boundaries Commission, Sahu Khan the President of the FFA, Sahu Khan who advises Bhaini on legal matters like the head of the movement Nazhat Shameem, and other Muslims who fill the many senior positions in Government. Not to mention the people of other races in the interim Govt who have converted to Islam.

    O voreqe mada ga e cici tiko i macawa e na lotu vaka muslim!

  5. Silverbird Says:

    Interesting article. See more comments on catholiuc involvements in insurrections and political instabiltiues all over the world…http://www.arcticbeacon.com/confessions/11-June-2006.html . Some quotes and interesting snippetshttp://spirituallysmart.com/quotes.html
    . Muslims and Indians are all the same..every non Fijian in Fiji took advantage of this coup to take positions against Fijian people..to annihilate them. To hell with multiracialism…lets take our country back.

  6. Oxon700 Says:

    Moral of the story is….Lets take our country back.

  7. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    What the illegal junta’s media cell didn’t tell you is that 45 ‘pilgrims’ met the pope at that fateful hour.

    The procedure is that the ‘faithful’ are seated in a room and then the pope enters. He says a few words and a prayer and then each ‘pilgrim’ is brought up to kiss the pope’s ring. An official photographer takes a photo of the 2 shaking hands. The photo is staged so that there is no one in the background.

    The ‘pilgrims’ go out and another lot come in; if you wait 10 minutes in the foyer, you can buy your photo for ¢20.

    The pope only holds private audiences with real leaders; Bush and the Queen of England.

    Bananasinpyjamas was just another in the long list of ‘tourists’ who get to meet the pope; often in exchange for money.

  8. Jose Says:

    @Vakatakila
    I can see that you have studied the prophecies and understand the hidden agendas. Good for you my brother.

  9. Jose Says:

    Oxon700
    Vosota taciqu, I can’t help but notice. Na nomu icon, au sa tukuna oti vei iko. Veisautaka nomu e-mail address.

  10. Lau Lass Says:

    Thank you michael, for that piece of work, & we rely on people like you to lobby to the international community of what is happening here in fiji & to the indigenious community. We feel that there is a plan to wipe out the fijian people from leading our own land, GOD help us !!!

  11. natewaprince Says:

    xFT,but I heard a rumour that our beloved bi-polar pig was caught kissing the Pope’s bodyguards ring,even before it had been wiped.Maybe somebody was pulling my leg.

  12. Peace Pipe Says:

    No wonder the orthodox muslims have kept their distance from the illegal ig who are being run by a clique of Ahmadiyya thugs. It is amazing that a very small minority number can dominate the vast majority. Obviously not through the ballot but the bullet. This is the sort of dominance that is precarious and will not endure. Govt by force and not by representation is unpopular and short lived as is being demonstrated right now.

    As the Admadiyya is minority in the muslim division, catholic is also minority in Christian denom. Their disproportionately huge numbers involved in the present day illegal govt and its illegal offsprings such as ncbbf is glaringly obvious.

  13. natewaprince Says:

    And later that night the bodyguard was caught kissing Mary’s.I wonder if this is true,I’ll have to confirm this, hhmmmmm……

  14. Dauvavana Says:

    @ Peace Pipe

    One must also remember that within the Catholic Community two confederacy heads and a paramount chief in the form of the Rokotui Dreketi, Tui Cakau and Tui Namosi do not follow or agree with this whole shit so I do not believe it is a Roman Catholic thing but just their church leaders who have been swept up in this whole wave of Poo Poo.

    Vinaka Ratu Naiqama, Ro Teimumu and Ratu Suli (and not forgetting Kenneth Zinck) for being independent minded and fighting for the truth.

  15. Shri Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Says:

    Superb article. Sums up the EVIL CATHOLIC CHURCH and their EVIL ways.

    Not surprising though.

    The HERETIC Catholic Church and the heretic CAATHOHOLICS worship IDOLS and believe God is THREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. tosotiko Says:

    Thanking so much for posting this article. SV and Michael Field for always standing for the truth during all coups.

    Thank you Jose, Yes brother, when you know the prophecies, you will not be surprised. You will accept what is going on but you will not bow to its demand. As Churchill said “Never, never, never, never give in….”.

    I agree with you Peace Pipe. There is something drastically wrong when the minority’s will is used to subdue the majority. Freedom lovers must never accept that. The view of the majority must prevail.

  17. Wailei! Says:

    @ Dauvavana, good point it is not the common catholics that is pro-ig. It is the leaders. Im also Catholic and I DO NOT SUPPORT THE IG. Sounds like some of you are putting everyone in the same basket as Mataca. Its an individual persons choice if they want to back up the IG or not. Most of us disagree with the lot of them. So, please refrain from such general accusation’s!

    FYI: In the 1996 census: Methodist 280,628 Catholic’s: 69,320

    So, you would not put Catholics as minorities as someone had mentioned before.

    It is NOT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH MEMBERS But just a leader and some of his idiots that are backing this coup. Not the lay people.

  18. tosotiko Says:

    Oh and Porky Teleni was giving an account this morning on Fijian Radio of what he told an audience during a Ratu Sukuna Day celebration. You know the kind of talk that appears very humble but actually a disguise of arrogance and setting themselves up as the only true receivers of God’s blessings.

    Instead of talking of Ratu Sukuna, he talked about his upbringing where fourteen or sixteen boys were cramped into one bure and sharing only three pillows and one or two blankets. Studying by hurricane lanterns…etc, etc. I did not get to hear the end but I knew where it was leading, i.e. “See what I have achieved now”. Oh yeah? by your tabetabe ability.

    We prefer an example like LQ who also lived in a bure and studied by hurricane lantern and got to where he is now by real hard work and real ability. You hijacked Ratu Sukuna’s celebrations to talk about yourself because you know that if you talk about Ratu Sukuna, you will automatically be condemning yourself and the rest of the ‘coup, coup’ supporters.

  19. Striker Says:

    Talking of priests, last Thursday, some Methodist priests who were to board a government vessel for Batiki to attend the late Ratu Sireli Caucau’s funeral were offloaded on the orders of Epeli Ganilaulukau. The real reason this was done was because the Methodist Church did not support the charter. And it is said that Epeli Ganilaulukau was advised to take this action by no less than the pig himself! Only a week ago, Ganiulukau had taken clanful of his extended family to Lakeba and Vanuabalavu at government expense. To deny these priests was typical -of unemployables bums and thieves who have raided the regimental fund for their personal gain, who even now are stealing from govt coffers and who can only get into positions of power at the point of a gun. Let us remember, God’s truth and justice will always triumph!

  20. Jose Says:

    @ Shrek
    The Roman Catholic Church is the Mother church. All the religions of the world are her daughters including Islam.
    Some similarities with Islam
    Look at how their women dress. All covered up including their heads with a little bit of face exposed. Look at the Catholic nuns and how they dress. Similar.
    Look at the beads the Muslim men have. They go through these beads as they pray. Then compare that with the Catholics and their Rosary. Then there is the brotherhood of men in Catholic priesthood as well as Islam men go to the temple.
    Then the big one Mohammed married a very wealthy Catholic woman in her 40s when he was only 25. He was illiterate but a very good merchant and he learned very quickly.
    Its not the churches its the SYSTEM that is secretly worked at preparing for a One World Order, One World Religion and Universal acceptance of a cosmic Christ. (Not the true Christ) for the sake of unity for control. For those working behind the scene to control the world.

  21. Tim Says:

    I’m not sure MF’s article was intended to stir up any religious divide – merely to point out that the church has one or two a**holes within that don’t do its image any good whatsoever.
    I’ll repeat the comment I made elsewhere, and that is – in the past, the church had a habit of shunting off its wayward to remote parts of the world in the hope they could keep the lid on their indiscretions. Trouble is, the world has changed but the wayward still linger. I attended a rather large (huge) funeral not too many months ago in NZ, where many reminded me that what we’re seeing in Fiji is the seedier side of that church. Benedict should realise they represent an embarassment (as if they haven’t had enough already!)
    Nor would anyone want to suggest Shameen’s ilk (and her hangers-on) are truely representative of that faith.
    Never mind – the bullsh*t artists generally end up tripping themselves up. Unfortunately sometimes apathy and shame amongst those who are genuine simply serve to prop the bastards up. If Benedict wants to avoid that shame, he might ensure his bureacracy keep him better informed. He might even decide that it is better to separate religion and politics.
    If they don’t act with integrity, none of them has any right to moan when the proverbial hits the fan!, and the same goes for neighbouring governments who are in danger of “dropping the ball” once again as they have in the past.
    If you look at Fields other article, it almost appears that despite one or two Reeve-like ditherings, NZ is putting the future in the too-hard basket.
    In true big-brother colonial fashion, their lack of interest could suggest they’re hiving Fiji off to the Australians to deal with (as in lets continue with all that colonial crap – Melenesia is Australia’s problem, Polynesia we’ll deal with). It may be the wrong impression, but its one that will stick. As MF says – NZ’s Labour government has no PlanB, and National never even had a PlanA. Labour would rather just lose people that point out the bleeding obvious to them. (Bad policy – its that same bullsh*t that has gotten them into trouble in just about every other embarassing situation they’ve suffered in recent times).
    If that is NZ’s stance (or if it is its “default” position), then Hola Kevin Rudd – there is a next election that deserves to be lost – except that the alternative is worse

  22. Tim Says:

    In short: Message to Helen: You’re farking up big time!

  23. Mark Manning Says:

    We could all get together and pray for this mob , trouble is , which god would you have to pray to ?

  24. Adi Kaila Says:

    Well Done MF and I totally agree with you FijiGirl.

    No wonder more and more people are not going to church, instead opting for bible reading and prayer groups.

    Religion is always too political – this is how every single war has started. Go figure!

  25. noblebannerblue Says:

    Another opportunity forgone…

    Fijians Blacklisted from Work Scheme in Aust
    Publish date/time: 09/06/2008 [16:29]

    Fiji citizens will be blacklisted from working in Australia under the Pacific Workers scheme.

    According to the Herald Sun Newspaper, Australia is preparing to open its shores to thousands of guest workers from the Pacific, as part of a radical plan to ease labour shortages in the bush.

    Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s bold pacific solution will see as many as 5000 islanders granted special visas spanning up to seven months, to work on the farms and in vineyards.

    Under the plan to be considered by cabinet on June 19th, workers from up to 5 nations – Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa, Kiribati and Tuvalu – will be involved. According to the report Fiji will be black listed from participating in the trial – a move likely to further inflame relations between Canberra and Suva.

    According to the Herald Sun, Federal Cabinet could endorse the migration scheme as early as next week, with the Prime Minister keen to unveil his plans to revitalize the region at a meeting with Pacific Leaders in August.

  26. Mark Manning Says:

    I’m sure the leaving out of Fiji in this scheme , is intended to continue to keep the pressure on the regime to return to Democracy . As Fijians miss out on a chance to make good money in Australia , it will undoubtedly make them rethink their support for the Commander and his followers . Sadly and conveniently though , Frank , Chaudhry , Shaista and her sister , Teleni , Ului , Driti , luewni , the IAG and the other hangers on , won’t be affected financially at all !

  27. Jose Says:

    @ Tim
    The picture is much bigger then that. MF is clueee and has picked up a few vibes as stated in his post.
    Please bear with me if you want to understand the bigger picture and read the whole chapter of Revelation 17

  28. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    Good article MF and let’s continue to expose these selfish and immoral people.

  29. Shri Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Says:

    Jose, you’re FULL of s**t.

    Your first sentence is correct.

    The Cathoholic Church is the MOTHER….

    However, it is the MOTHER of WHORES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Get in through your thick skull, dude.

    The Cathoholic Church has twisted every sayings and teachings of Jesus beyond repair, including

    INTRODUCING

    ***THE HERETIC TRINITARIAN DOCTRINE
    ***IDOL-WORSHIP
    ***WORSHIP OF “MOTHER” MARY!

    Do you know the GREATEST COMMANDMENT in the entire Bible.

    Here it is:

    *THE LORD OUR GOD IS ONE*

    Jesus cited this and you should not forget this.

    It means THE LORD GOD OUR FATHER.

    You know the “Lord’s Prayer”, don’t you?

    It is addressed to “OUR FATHER” and it begins with “OUR FATHER”

    Jesus worshiped His Father, and so should we.

    The Cathoholic Church is EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEVILLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

  30. Tim Says:

    @ Mark, Unfortunately that’s what NZ thought. While orchardists and wine growers were crying out for good workers, Fijians were excluded – not for want of their skills from employers. I’m sure NZ expected Fijians would get peeved and blame those responsible. Maybe now there is a similar stance that could happen. Even if it does, it fails to address other options both countries are perfectly entitled to implement.
    Both seem perfectly willing (for example) to sieze cars from boy-racers, sieze the assets of criminals, investigate the activities of fraudulent businessmen (across borders), try and charge people who have a history of theatrics with terrorism charges (and even those who are simply remotely related – in the case of Queensland), yet those heavily involved in this act of treason and abuse are somehow exempt. Indeed both governments endow some of them with permanent residency – it’s a bit of a double standard. At best, they simply haven’t thought it through. At worst, they’ve allowed the advice of people who are in a position to know.

  31. Tim Says:

    *ignored the advice

  32. Jose Says:

    No worries Tim

    @Shrek
    Good for you. The church is not evil. The system is.

  33. Jose Says:

    No worries Tim

    @Shrek
    Good for you.
    The church is not evil. The SYSTEM is.

    THE FIRST AND GREAT COMMANDMENT (as cited by Jesus as you say)

    36) “Master, which is the great Commandment in the Law?”
    37) Jesus said unto him, ” THOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD THY GOD WITH ALL THY HEART, AND WITH ALL THY SOUL, AND WITH ALL THY MIND.
    38) THIS IS THE FIRST AND GREAT COMMANDMENT
    39) AND THE SECOND IS LIKE UNTO IT, THOU SHALL LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR AS THYSELF
    40) ON THESE TWO COMMANDMENTS HANG ALL THE LAW AND THE PROPHETS”. Mathew 22:36-40 KJV

    These two Commandments are the summaries of the Ten Commandments. The first 4-about your relationship with God. The other 6-about your relationship with fellow human beings.

  34. Soul of Fiji Says:

    Good on you Jose….you are correct, It is the people in the Church ….whatever Church they belong to does not matter its the evil in the heart of man/woman is that we should be concerned about.

    There is only one evil in this world and that is Satan…he works through people in the Church, people without any Church, people at the very top of politics and public life and people in all races of the world.

    Ephesians 6:12, For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood (humans) but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places

    The text is talking about Satan and his fallen Angels – who worked in people in every system, church, society, country and race to further their evil and cause death, harm and misery to all people who fights for truth and justice.

    GOD does not look at the physical attributes as human does but He sees peoples hearts.

    Vakatakilai is right….all the answer is in the good book, so don’t get caught unaware.

  35. Shri Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Says:

    Jose, you’re an absolute with an IQ lower than Kokos.

    The CATHOLIC CHURCH IS EVIL. PERIOD.

    Stop quoting us those verses – we know them.

    It seems yo missed out on the most important one spoken by Jesus.

  36. Shri Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Says:

    Jesus’ Greatest Commandment

    THE GREAT COMMANDMENT

    “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’” MARK 12:29

    A great answer to a great question: accept the Lord our God is One, love Him, and worship Him to the best of your ability.

    Jesus was not finished. He had more to teach. Obviously Jesus was teaching the man everything he needed to get into the Kingdom of God. Jesus added:

    “…The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’”

    The Great Teacher further clarified:

    “There is no commandment greater than these.”

    The man who questioned Jesus repeated the commandments to make sure he got them right:

    Mark 12:32 “‘Well said, teacher,’ the man replied. ‘You are right in saying that God is one and there is no other but him…’”

    Jesus seeing the man had learned the greatest commandment correctly gave him the good news:

    Mark 12:34 “When Jesus saw that he had answered wisely, he said to him, ‘You are not far from the kingdom of God.’”

    There are some significant lessons in this story:

    First, salvation depends on this commandment. Jesus made it clear when another man approached Jesus to learn from him (Mark 10:17-29). The man fell on his knees and said to Jesus:

    Mark 10:17-18 “Good teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?” Jesus replied: “Why do you call me good? No one is good — except God alone.”
    Second, Jesus confirmed there is no commandment greater than these. In case, someone might think the greatest commandment changed afterwards, Jesus told us:

    Matthew 5:17-19 “For assuredly, I say to you, till the heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one title will by no mean pass from the law till all is fulfilled. Whoever therefore breaks one of the least of these commandments, and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever does and teaches them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.”
    Third, anyone who loves Jesus and wants to enter life must keep the greatest commandment of Jesus as he said:

    John 14:15 “If you love me, keep my commandments.”

    Matthew 19:17 “If you want to enter life, obey the commandments.”
    Fourth, a sincere Christian should accept what Jesus said without twisting his words or finding hidden meaning in them. Jesus taught exactly what Moses taught some 1,200 years before him:

    Deuteronomy 6:4-5 “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.”
    Jesus, may the blessing and mercy of YHVH be upon him, taught the same eternal truth ALL the prophets of God taught to their people: God is One, worship Him alone.

    Deuteronomy 6:13 “Fear the Lord your God, serve Him only and take your oaths in His name.”

    Deuteronomy 5:7 “You shall have no other God besides Me.”

    Isaiah 43:11 “I even, I am your Lord and besides Me, there is no Savior.”

    Hosea 13:4 “I am the Lord your God who brought you out of the Egypt. You shall acknowledge no God but me, no savior except me.”

    Psalms 95:6-7 “O come, let us bow down and worship, let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker. For we are the people of His pasture and the sheep of His voice and He is our God.”

    Jesus emphasized this teaching to Satan as well:

    Matthew 4:10 “Away from me, Satan! For it is written: Worship the Lord your God, and serve Him only.”

    The central religious text of Islam, the Quran, confirms the greatest commandment of Jesus. The Quran teaches us exactly that God sent all the prophets with the same teaching: to worship the One true God alone.

    “…And your God is One God: there is no god but He…” (Quran 2:163)

    “And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him…” (Quran 17:23)

    “And We did not send any Messenger before you (O Muhammad) but We revealed to him (saying): ‘none has the right to be worshipped but I, so worship Me.’” (Quran 21:25)

    Seventh, on the Day of Resurrection, the Quran tells us that God will ask Jesus:

    “And [beware the Day] when God will say, ‘O Jesus, Son of Mary, did you say to the people, ‘Take me and my mother as gods besides God?…’” (Quran 5:116)

    Jesus will respond:

    “He will say, ‘Limitless are You in Your glory! It was not for me to say that to which I have no right. If I had said it, You would have known it. You know what is within myself, and I do not know what is within Yourself. Verily, it is You alone who fully knows all the things that are beyond the reach of a created being’s perception. I said not to them except what you commanded me – to worship God, my Lord and your Lord. And I was a witness over them as long as I was among them; but when You took me up, You alone had been their keeper:’ for You are witness unto everything. If You should punish them – indeed they are Your servants; but if You forgive them – indeed it is You who is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.” (Quran 5:116-118)

  37. Budhau Says:

    Jose cut out the Jesus crap in here – or maybe you can get him to help you with the Fiji situation.

  38. Jose Says:

    Bhudau, why don’t you tell that to your BALAJI up there. He is your 50th cousin Taukei.

  39. Shri Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva Buddha Kalki Deva Says:

    Jose, you started this, dude. I was only responding and correcting.

  40. Jose Says:

    @ Shrek
    Appreciate the Biblical part of it.

  41. Soul of Fiji Says:

    One Question for Shri…….about the TRINITY OF GOD.
    {And please don’t get another explanation from another book to explain the Bible…the Bible explains itself}

    Read John 1:1-2. In the begining was the Word, and the Word was with GOD, and the Word was GOD. He was in the begining with GOD. NKJ.

    The Word here is referring to Jesus, he was there in the begining and he created the World and He was with GOD and he is GOD.

    So you are saying that all Catholics are evil or the Catholic Church (system) evil?, if the Catholics are Evil then what about Mother Teresa? are you better than her or is she evil?

    Matthew 5:10; Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake, For theirs is the kingdom of heaven. NKJ

    Anyone persecuted for righteousness theirs is the kingdom of heaven, referring to people who fight for the truth, justice, decency, honesty, virtue etc…{those who have been persecuted for righteousness sake like those here in Fiji and other countries who fight for truth, justice, decency, honesty etc. and persecuted}

  42. Shri Aditya Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Surya Shankar Savtri Agni Vayu Pusan Indra Varuna Prajapati Aryaman Bhaga Tvashta Vivasvana Visvadeva Aswin Prithvi Soma Marut Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva Buddha Kali Kalki Deva Says:

    Soul of Fiji, I did not bother reading your stupid response…

    GOD IS ONE PERSON…*NOT* THREE, THIRTY-THREE, THREE MILLION, OR THREE BILLION OR THREE TRILLION.

    GET IT THROUGH YOUR THICK SKULL, DARLING.

    The Vedas, the Bible, the Gathas, the Quran – all religious books clearly state that GOD IS ONE…

    It is the EVIL CATHOLIC CHURCH that introduced this HERETICAL “Trinity” and twisted the true teachings of Jesus beyond recognition.

    The Catholic/Christian Church is EVIL, SINFUL….

    And the WAGES OF SIN IS DEATH!

  43. Islander Says:

    What is evil is self-righteous bigots who quote scripture in here vehemently, totally devoid of exhibiting the love of God which is the core of the Christian faith.

  44. Soul of Fiji Says:

    I’m sorry Shri…..if you can’t answer the question then don’t denigrate anybody here i.e. Catholics or anyone because you are nothing but a COUP SUPPORTER and STUDENT of CHORO who’s main weapon is DIVIDE and RULE.

    Coming into this blog to create divisions and targeting Catholics, that is also a form of racism

    What kind of person are you?

    Your blog name is of a Hindu Pundit, yet you quote from the Koran and preach using the Bible….definitely not a believer but an ABUSER.

  45. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Jose my friend, just let it go, you cannot argue with a fool and Sai Baba is achieving his purpose which is to distract us from topics being discussed.

    Just ignore it!

  46. Jose Says:

    Thank you a-N, Soul of Fiji and Islander. Islander, you are absolutely right and I appreciate that you said that. That held me in check to pursue it further.
    Guys, the Shrek IS TAUKEI.No wonder he is so bitter. He’s “Declaration of War” was joked about and ridiculed in here so he is now coming at everyone with a vengence “I’M NOT PREJUDICED, I JUST HATE EVERYONE EQUALLY”.I don’t think he supports the IG though. He just believes what he believes.

  47. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Jose – Sai Baba is probably blogging from St.Giles, room with a view!

  48. Paddler Says:

    Shri Aditya Baladeva-Balarama-Vasudeva-Subhadra-Nanda Baba Surya Shankar Savtri Agni Vayu Pusan Indra Varuna Prajapati Aryaman Bhaga Tvashta Vivasvana Visvadeva Aswin Prithvi Soma Marut Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva Buddha Kali Kalki Deva MONKEY SEE MONKEY DO, please take your medication as you’re foaming at the mouth again.

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