Let’s just do it!

Thanks Bebenibogi for the heads up on the following news update

Fiji opens borders to critics
28 JUN 2008

The interim Government has welcomed with open arms the foreign ministers of New Zealand and Australia, its two staunchest critics.

NZ foreign minister Winston Peters and Australia foreign minister Stephen Smith may be part of a ministerial contact group expected in the country next month.

While the two countries have closed their borders to anyone linked to the interim regime, Fijian interim Foreign Affairs Minister Ratu Epeli Nailatikau says Fiji will open its doors for positive political dialogue.

He said the country needs to at this time.

“There is no problem of Peters or Smith coming here…or Australians or other members,” Ratu Epeli said.

Peters and Smith are expected to lead a ministerial group to Fiji to engage in talks with the interim Government on how to quickly and lawfully return democracy in Fiji, particularly the much-talked-about general elections.

This proposed visit was mooted in an Auckland meeting of 16 foreign ministers from Pacific countries.

Ratu Epeli said the proposed visit of the ministerial group is yet to be finalised, but “it had always been on the card”.

“We should be getting something on that at the beginning of the week,” he said

Ratu Epeli said Fiji needed to strengthen relationships with its bilateral partners.

“What we have to do is to stay in contact, that’s what it’s all about,” he said.

“We can’t play this in isolation so any talks on how we can help the situation in Fiji will be welcome.

In March this year, Peters and Smith held a “fruitful” talk prior to the Auckland meeting of foreign ministers.

New Zealand’s TVNZ reported their meeting was dominated by discussions about Fiji and whether the interim military Government would hold democratic elections next March as promised.

It reported the two ministers said their countries were willing and able to help with the election process in Fiji.

Smith has opened the door to Australia having bilateral talks with Fiji’s military government.

“We are much more open to having a constructive dialogue, both within the Pacific forum and potentially with the interim Fiji government, provided we see some genuine adherence and commitment to the holding of the election, and some genuine and adhering commitment to the introduction of human rights in Fiji,” Smith reportedly said.


The military junta is trying its damn hardest to create and maintain their illusion of legitimacy, they’re saying to the world, ‘Come visit us and see for yourselves, the people are not complaining; they’re in agreement with the junta because they know we’re wiping out corruption that was rife under the Qarase administration; see for yourselves how they’re happily going about their usual routine!!’.

The PEOPLE say … Not so fast, you treasonous pigs!!!

This visit by yet another high-powered delegation represents an excellent opportunity for the silenced and oppressed majority to execute peaceful public/private demonstrations (with full coverage by the media of course) and remind the world that Fiji is still very much under siege & that we want this daylight TREASONOUS THIEVES AND MURDERERS taken out ASAP!

Mull it over bloggers and blog in yr thoughts on the best tactics to be employed without running foul of the junta’s stinky promulgations… and with minimal casualty, if any is foreseen at all. With the growing number of dissidents, the people await their legitimate and ousted leaders to get their act together and deliver!!


28 Responses to “Let’s just do it!”

  1. Mark Manning Says:

    It really seems that the only solution is a bullet to Frank’s head !

  2. Islander Says:

    I wouldn’t hold my breath on this one as this regime has proven to us time and time again, their word is WORTHLESS!

    The law abiding citizens of the country should use this opportunity as well as other opportunities when there is a visiting delegation to stage the largest protest marches ever in our history to give the visiting dignitaries a first hand visual that we do NOT, nor will we ever support an ILLEGAL REGIME until the end of time.

    I dare the ILLEGAL REGIME to pull a Tian An Men Square stunt while there are visiting dignitaries in the country. We must cease the day! Carpe diem as someone once said in here.

    @ MM, that’s an excellent option! 😉

  3. aubatinuku-N Says:


    This is an intersting article I came across, just an idea on what weapons we should arm ourselves with.


  4. Islander Says:

    Great idea a-N. Remember Rodney King incidents when the copper’s were busted on camera? It is indeed a lethal weapon that is powerful in a court of law.

  5. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    The best bet for Fijians to show their disapproval of the jaundiced junta to ministers from Aust & NZ would be through the trade unions.

    Both ministers are from labor governments and would be keen to hear from unionists. [probably, they wouldn’t be too keen to hear from chaudhry the cheat.]

  6. natewaprince Says:

    I doubt it’s gonna happen.Judging by the looks on karua’s face when he said it onTV,there’s no way they’re gonna let those guy’s into Fiji.Vindictiveness becomes them.

  7. Islander Says:

    That’s what I was saying NP, I wouldn’t hold my breath. We’ll believe it when the minister’s are actually in Fiji.

  8. vuki Says:

    MM, you said it man and i have $10,000 reward for anyone that would do the job!

  9. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    Well what did you expect Nailatikau to say? Iloilo requested for the UN & Commonwealth Political Forum to come to Fiji and Stephen and Peters are part of it.

    Nailatikau he has no say in its composition. However, he does not need to acknowledge them whilst in Fiji.

    As for relying on the Trade Unions ex Tourist Fiji, I am sorry but you seem to have overlooked the fact the Trade Unions in Fiji are infested with the FLP, who is the main political benefactor of the illegal regime.

    Peaceful protests and peaceful demonstrations should be the order of the day when the International Political Forum is in town because this opportunity may not present itself again for a long, long time.

  10. Mark Manning Says:


  11. Tim Says:

    Since these blogs are widely read by the authorities offshore – including those that will be in attendance in the next few days, and since the junta will be attempting to present their own “list of achievements” when they arrive……..the most constructive thing that might be done is to list the promises BROKEN, the PLAYERS involved (an update to the shame list), and where we’re at with that thing……err, I think it used to be called the “roadmap” to demo…demok…demokrrrisss….democracy – yea that thing! Bear in mind there will be some thoroughly nice people in attendance, prepared to give the benefit of the doubt – just as they did with Mugabe for damn near a decade

  12. Budhau Says:

    Hey NP – why do you delete what I post in here.

    Tim, “Since these blogs are widely read by the authorities offshore” – Says Who?
    ..and then there was all these idiots who went with the “bullet in FB head” – so what will happen then – it would be “fire karo fire karo”.

    New Zealand, Australia and the US – they will do whatever is in their interest – just like they did with the previous coup – if FB had given what PM post toe civilian – those three countries would normalized their relationship with Fiji by now – of course after some protest.

    …as for the the protest – they will just shut down the Rewa bridge into Suva – isn’t that where all the protesters are supposed for be from.

    MM – you $10K reward – very good – but do you think that guys on the other can not come up with the same kinda money and put a rewards on some other guys ass.

    JW – for peace protest and all that – go ahead, be a man. There have been dictatorships much more ruthless then this one and people have stood up against them – so what are you guys scared of, doing some exercise at QEB. Now that is being a man – not putting you real name on some bloghsite – and who knows, may be the next Qarase administration would remember you for that.

  13. Dauvavana Says:

    budhau you idiot

  14. Dauvavana Says:

    budhau idiot

  15. Dauvavana Says:

    idiot budhau

  16. Tim Says:

    @ Gudhau – do you make posts just to be contrary? I suspect so.
    By the way…….says me. I’ve no reason to think “authorities” stopped reading them just because one of them karked it

  17. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    @ Is Budhau,

    your starting to sound like a broken record.

    You rant and rave, rant and rave, rant and rave…..and totally miss the point of my post. You’re beginning to show signs of PND?

    I do have medical background and I can assist if you want? Just call out for help. OK.

    BTW, I won’t charge you for it either. I’ll do it FOC for the cause.

  18. Dauvavana Says:

    JW what is the medical diagnostic term for a smallish peniled, mentally challenged, attention seeking, dilusionary creep?

    Because I think there might be one in our midst, who also happeneds to be from a bastardised cultural/ethnic background of roots compromised girmitayas

    What’s the scientific name for that NP???

  19. Budhau Says:

    Come on JW – “be a man”, lets see if this is all big talk in the blog, or you can really put your ass in on the line.
    You see JW, putting your name to a blog message – is that your idea of being a man…yeah that medical background, one is a lawyer, the other a doctors – it looks like the cream of the crop is in here.

    I guess that should put a stop to that “be a man” crap.

    Tim – yeah right, “Since these blogs are widely read by the authorities offshore” – they are the ones doing their research in here.

    BTW Tim – that listing of those broken promises – I think these countries pay good money to maintain some very well educated, intelligent, foreign service guys in Suva – and I am sure they are doing their homework.

    So Duana – so your dick is bigger than your brain – I heard the one about the eyes bigger than the stomach – but this one new. Very macho guy – that male enhancement thingie works.

    OK guys – now, Fire Karo, Fire Karo – another round of name calling – May beyou can start of with the size of my you know what – actually, maybe this time you can start with the rear end – that is another of the favorites in here. And the Duana guy – post it several times – that you you get a bigger bang

  20. Dauvavana Says:

    poor butt hole or is it gandhao he has taken offence sob sob now run back to mummy little boy, you do not belong in the big boys part of teh school play ground

    gping on about name calling you the one that likes to call averybody an idiot why don’t you just go an fuck your dog?

  21. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    @ Budhau,

    you know back my genuine offer.

    You need help – big time.

  22. Dauvavana Says:

    Gandhao, please take it while its being freely offered by JW.

  23. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    @ Dauvanavana,

    as for your question, the symptoms you mention is quite common. For instance, it is rampant in Zimbabwe, Thailand, Pakistan, China, etc.

    I seriously hope Dauvanavana, you weren’t implying Budhau has it?

    Because if you are, then Budhau, I accept your rejecting my free medical assistance because if Dauvanavana is correct, that your condition is much more serious than what I thought.

    BTW Dauvanavana, the symptoms you mention are quite contagious and I have it on good authority, it is also rampant in Fiji.

    This virus can only be passed through sexual intercourse, very much like the Aids virus, although the HIV strand can also be passed through blood transfusion, but not the one you mention.

    The virus, for some unknown reason does not enter the bloodstream, like all other virus known to medicine, but survives only on the infected persons sexual organs and is passed during penetration.

    However, the one positive thing in Fiji my peers tell me Dauvanavana, is that at this time it is still localised, namely at the QEB in Nabua and within the illegal junta.

    Thank goodness for that because Fiji simply certainly cannot afford another epidemic in light of our current political and economic climate.

  24. painter Says:

    Great, let’s keep it contained in there (IIG/Rottenfmf)… and now let’s get back to our core function.

  25. Na Dina Says:

    Many of my friends in New Zealand, Australia, United States, Canada, England and other parts of Europe as well as, Singapore, Malaysia, India and other Asian countries read follow Solivakasama. It is always juicy news (Uro!) . Vinaka vakalevu SV and all the bloggers. Yes we also read and ignore Budhau’s stupidity (waste of space).

  26. natewaprince Says:

    Shooter the scientific name is ‘Budarse Bocikulinas’

  27. natewaprince Says:

    Buddy you boci,why do you assume I deleted your comments.

    That’s what happens when you stick your ‘brown nose’ into sensitive topics concerning issues very dear to us Fijians.If you think you can barge into peoples discussions,cause disuptions and divert attention to topics on hand without being held accountable,then think again.

    Maybe you pissed off one of our female co-editors who just returned from church.Anyway,hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. Jose Says:

    Poor Bhudau. They pick on you so. I wonder why? Even the politest have become rude after a while.

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