I am no lawyer, maybe a wannabe bush lawyer 🙂 but as I read through Malakai Tadulala’s predicament today, I also ask out aloud “Poseci Bune, Where art thou?” Which makes me think where the hell are the rest of them. Yes, those that were bought by the quick opportunity offered by these bunch of criminals. It prompted me to think of a legal principle taught to me in Commercial Law 101 and also any good accountant pursuing his commerce degree in those misearble tin coqa and bread days.
It was called “Caveat Emptor” in latin and translates to English as “let the buyer beware” . In other words, look before you buy etc. etc.
Since December 2006, if there is something that the inner core (or inner rectum as NP would have put it in his colourful style of language 🙂 ) of this illegal criminals running government has been consistent with, and that is rope people in, chew them up and spit them out once they do not have anymore use for them.
Now let’s take a look at the list of wannabes, opportunist, and loosers who thought they will gain something but got burnt very quickly. A list full of colourful personalities. Let’s see:
- Poseci Bune
- Jone Navakamocea
- Nasir Ali
- Tu’uakitau Cokanauto
- Laufitu Malani
- Romanu Tikotikoca
- The dead Jainan Kumar
- Tevita Vuibau
- Seremaia Tuiteci
- Malakai Tadulala
And those now hanging on a thin thread before Chodo snake strikes:
- Taina Tagicakibau
- Pramesh Chand (as clearly seen by little chodos outbust)
The moral of the story is???? Anybody who wants to buy into working with them, we say, “Caveat Emptor”