Ba man named Appeals Court judge

Bloggers, well another Khan being sworn in as Judge of our Court of Appeal. This illegal junta is slowly but surely chocking the life and legality out of our judicial system, yet these illegal appointees will be deciding all Appeals from the High Court.

Why are we sitting back and allowing it to happen before our very eyes?

30 JUN 2008


A former school teacher born and bred in Ba has been sworn in as a Fiji Court of Appeal judge.

Justice Izaz Khan is also the 13th Judge to be appointed to the High Court of Fiji.

A Government statement said that Justice Khan works as a solicitor at Allen Allen & Hemsley, now Allens Arthur Robinson in Sydney.

Justice Khan’s main area of practice is in vendor/purchaser contracts, leases, mortgages and easements. He also specialises in contract law.

Justice Khan was born in Talecake, Ba.

He had his primary and secondary school education in Fiji and North Queensland.

He attained a Bachelor Degree in Arts at the University of Queensland.

Justice Khan returned to Fiji in 1967 and taught at Xavier College, Ratu Sukuna Memorial School and Marist Brothers High Scholl before returning to Australia to study Law at the University of New South Wales.

He graduated with an LLB ,University  of New South Wales and Masters in Law from Sydney University in 1979.

He is married with two children.

Fijilive

68 Responses to “Ba man named Appeals Court judge”

  1. Tomasi Says:

    ‘YOU ASKED Why are we sitting back and allowing it to happen before our very eyes?

    Let me answer that for you, its simple, you are idiots, who hide behind a computer and bang on about the same thing day in day out, you are bitter twisted and mostly deluded individuals. Give it up, there is NOT going to be an election, you are going to grow older and more bitter, wasting your time blogging and thinking you are making a difference, you are NOT. My advice to all of you, get off your ass and move the country forward instead of wasting your time blogging, give it up, so far this web site has achieved absolutely NOTHING, and if you have then please post it for all the world to see.

    The posts here are becoming more stupid by the day, what was once a semi amusing read has become something even a grade 8 student would be ashamed of.

    Cry freedom all you like, but it aint gonna get you to utopia…

  2. Dauvavana Says:

    Tomasi drau fire kei Izaz Khan

  3. aubatinuku-N Says:

    And who might you be Tomasi? Another face behind the musket?
    Freerider or what?
    There is no utopia except in death!

    Cava e milamila vi iko gonei?

  4. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Rest assured TOMASI that when you see the door slam shut behind you, you are going to wish you had gone to utopia instead.

    ON YOUR WAY OUT BUDDY!!!

    Your bitter accusation in your above post is simply YOU projecting your deepest fears about yourself and the predicament you have found yourself in, nothing to do whatsoever with SV and us “FREEDOM BLOGGERS”.

    Save your blithering drooling pathetic pin pricks for yourself when you look in the mirror every morning to remind yourself what a “son of a gun” you are.

    E vavei? E kaka??😉

  5. Tim Says:

    @Tomasi: Blog Stats: 522,522 hits

  6. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    @ Tomasi,

    I find it amusing that certain posts tend to flush out shit from the wood works – like you.

    If we are ‘wasting our time’ posting comments in this blog site as you claim, then why are you doing the same? Blockhead!

  7. Kemudou Says:

    Why are Aust and NZ allowing their turfs to be breeding grounds for coupists(???) in Fiji klie JSami, this arsehole above Etc WHy?? Are they also behind this coup????

  8. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Just in from Australia

    “The Federal Government has reached agreement with Fiji on high-level diplomatic appointments in Australia, in a bid to improve relations between the two countries.

    Foreign Affairs Minister Stephen Smith says Australia will allow an Acting High Commissioner in Canberra and a Fiji Consul-General in Sydney.

    But he warns he remains sceptical about Fiji’s interim military government.

    Mr Smith says he has agreed to the appointments based on promises by Fiji to carry out fair elections next year.

    “Does that cause me to in any way move away from the scepticism that I have about the intentions of the government – the interim government? No, it doesn’t. I remain very sceptical,” he said.”

  9. Ratu Says:

    The DAY OF WRATH is surely COMING, Tomasi. Just around the corner.

  10. Noa Says:

    Who is this khan related to in the illegal regime thugs?
    If he taught at RSMS then he should have some contact with Shyster sham.

  11. Ablaze Says:

    Tomasi you wanker! Go and suck on a coconut!

  12. Wailei! Says:

    Do you realise that this new goon is/was from Ba? Ba is a small town, interesting that the Ba Indo Fijians are with the IG? Namely Chodo and company are from Ba. Se vaka cava?

    Why is this Khan in Fiji? Did the IG give him a better pay compared to what he was getting in Aust. If he is in Fiji to help with the justice system, why did he not apply during the time of a legally democratic government? Why is he here? Is he related to the Shysters underlined word “SHYSTER”. What exactly is so sweet in Fiji to take up this particular position? There is certainly something suspicious going on. Is it to reside as a judge that handles landowning disputes, contracts of landowners? What exactly is your hook? Hmmmm very very curious indeed….

  13. Jose Says:

    Not good enough for Australia.

  14. Budhau Says:

    Wailei – it is all a Ba conspiracy – remember they wanted their own confederacy now they decided to take over the country.

    Remember that Sorokoba guy, “Chaudary is my beta” – well go check google earth to see where Talecake is – right across the street from Sorokoba.

    ..and then there is the Catholic connection – the Khan guy taught at Xavier – can’t trust those buggers can we.

    I am surprised that you guys did not figure out the Ba connection up until now.

    Good for you Tomasi -these guys think that by writing these messages in the blog – that are doing their share. But then again, if it wasn’t for such blogs,, some of these idiots might end up doing some silly stuff.

    It takes real man to take on a dictatorship – and we don’t have none in here. Here the rule is if post under your real name, you are man.

    …and our boy Tim keeps counting how many hits.

    JW… Tomasi posting in here – he wasn’t trying to make a difference – he was just trying to pull you leash. It is the rest of you trying to save the world by blogging. Keep up the good work.

  15. breadtomatoe Says:

    Maybe he would have just remained a middle of the road lawyer all his life in Australia – imagine the opportunity to have a title JUDGE in front of your name, and Fiji can provide it since it is an illegal government

  16. Jose Says:

    Tomasi is doing what he believes in and good on him if he is faithful to himself and his cause. He knows where he stands.
    But this last post of Bhudau exposes the real slimy snake that he is. He is a despicable disease.

  17. natewaprince Says:

    Tomasi and his friend Budhau,

    Were caught when they convoyed a cow,

    But judge Izaz Khan,

    The boss of the barn,

    Said ”It’s OK,now come convoy my sow.”

  18. natewaprince Says:

    Tomasi sounds like a Muslim who is worried about the connection we are making about the number of ragheads being appointed to top positions.

    In fact,it sounds like that mimi salulu Shyster,tripping as usual.

  19. Budhau Says:

    NP- for a co-editor, you are doing a great job – I really found that “convoyed a cow” very funny – and that Tomasi being a Muslim, I think you can slide in here if you have a Fijian sounding name – but then again there was that Mohammad Tora guy.

    So NP that thing about doing it with animals – is that OK among the Jehovah’s Witness folks.

  20. tosotiko Says:

    Wow! We must be doing something right to elicit a vindictive, venomous response like that! It’s amazing that no piece of news escapes SV. Even the ones stuck in the never, never pages of the newspapers. Good Work!

    I read the newspapers every day but some news items like this escapes me until I sign on to SV. Blogging is useful for our purpose so don’t ever give up, guys!

  21. Budhau Says:

    I like the new name you just signed under NP – “move on”, very original – and the co-editor praising SV that is good too.

  22. Ispy Says:

    Why is it that people like Tomasi (the illegal administration he supports)continue to confuse what they are doing with moving the country “forward”.

    A more apt description my friend is moving the country “backward”.

    So if the interim administration were honest with themselves, they would actually be preaching something along these lines…

    “…come on people of all races, lets join hands and throw our full support behind this wonderful opportunity to move this country backward.”

  23. Tomasi Says:

    Hail Bainimarama-Chaudhry-Ganilau!

  24. Ispy Says:

    Blerry Nazi…

  25. newsfiji Says:

    Tomasi: These are the facts:

    1. Bainimarama takes over the democratically elected government = a common thief shoplifting from a shop/supermarket! The only difference between the two is Bainimarama does it in full view of the world, so that makes him worse than the common thief.

    2. Bainimarama then appoints all these idiots with no principles and character to various positions including interim ministers, board members etc etc = those who accepted these positions irrespective of what it is are the same as “receiving stolen property”

    Example: in the normal world, Bainimarama would be charged with Robbery with Violence and eg. Chaudhary would be charged with Receiving Stolen Property

    I hope that’s simple enough an explanation to depict your idiot idols!

  26. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    I have just read in FijiTimes why bananasinpyjamas has not yet been charged with treason; he is mentally ill and the police know it.

    “Another worker said the man urinates in front of the shop he works in and this deters customers from entering.

    He said police have been called numerous times but they just chase the man away. When they’re gone, he returns. Police said they could not charge mentally unstable people.”

  27. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Incompetent
    Nepotism
    Terrorists
    Erratic
    Raving mad
    Incapable
    Mood swings

    The above poem sums up the reasons for the expected crash of the Fiji sugar industry.

  28. Keep The Faith Says:

    Well Tomasi you and your crew better get ready.

    Condie’s on her way over at the end of this month and she will tell you and your cronies what’s what and the pecking order of this world.

    Take lots of underwear motherfcukas.

  29. Lau Lass Says:

    Izaz Khan would be a nobody in Aussie, only in Fiji can these people show !!! Remember, Imraz migrated to NZ, even shown on TV (who wants to know where he goes ) did not last, came back to be the illegal CEO (FBCL) backed by his Arsey brother & Michael Dutta, migrated to Aussie, did not last & came back to Fiji…. these people are daylight thieves & sly wannnabe , the cursed race !!! wherever they go they will squeeze you tto get they way

  30. Frida Says:

    Keep it up Australia – accept the postings on the basis of an election in 2009 as we all need to fdo our bit to keep the fire burning for the return of democracy to my beautiful FIJI.

  31. Pusiloa Says:

    Fiji TV Boss Set to go.
    http://www.rawfijinews.wordpress.com

    Cava tale seda waraka tiko ragone. Dodonu me sa dua na ka e caka tiko deda qai vuki bera.

  32. natewaprince Says:

    Hmmmmmmm……….. dammit !!!!!!!!!

  33. Wailei Says:

    I found this Sooo interesting…. Thought I’d chuck it in here: Apologise for the cut and paste work. These are not mine but from the link below:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahendra_Chaudhry

    Chaudhry and Corruption

    Fundraising allegations

    On 8 December 2005, Chaudhry announced his decision to sue Prime Minister Qarase and Fiji Television for defamation.
    Addressing the House of Representatives on 23 November 2005, Prime Minister Qarase alleged that Chaudhry had had money raised for him in the Indian state of Haryana, and called on Chaudhry to reveal what had happened to the money since. On 2 December, he told Parliament that he was aware that money had been raised in his name in Haryana, but denied having authorized the appeal or receiving any of its proceeds. He had raised the issue with Om Prakash Chautala, he said, after being hounded by the media in both Fiji and India. He claimed to have discovered only during his 2005 visit to India that Chautala’s record with money is not transparent. “My anger about the whole episode is that Shri Chautala should exploit the feelings of the ordinary and poor folks of Haryana who are emotionally tied to me and to the people of Indian origin in Fiji and play on them a game of deceit for self enrichment,” Chaudhry said.
    On 30 November, the Haryana state government ordered an investigation into the allegations. This followed reports in the Indian media that an Indian political party, the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD), had raised over a million crore (F$376,557) for Chaudhry in 2001, who was then visiting India to raise support following his overthrow in the 2000 coup. According to Webindia, however, the money had not been delivered to him, because of currency regulations, and was instead deposited in the Oriental Bank of Commerce account of the Indo-Fiji Friendship Society. INLD Secretary General Ajay Singh Chautala, whose father Om Prakash Chautala was Chief Minister of Haryana at the time, welcomed the probe. The Haryana authorities were not mollified by his comments, and on 20 December Ranbir Singh Surjewala , the Haryana State Transport and Parliamentary Affairs Minister, called for the passports of Chautala and his two sons to be seized to prevent them from leaving the country.

    Sugar industry commission allegations

    In another twist, Qarase had also declared on 25 November that he had unspecified “evidence”, which he claimed to have received from India, that a senior member of the FLP had attempted to get commissions from Indian companies that had applied for contracts with respect to the reform of Fiji’s sugar industry. He warned Chaudhry that he did not make unfounded allegations, and that he would use the evidence “when the time comes.” He later repeated the allegations outside of Parliament. Reacting angrily to the charges, Chaudhry threatened on 4 December to sue Qarase if he failed to apologize for or substantiate his claims. “It is the Prime Minister’s duty to provide the evidence. These are serious allegations that have cast a slur on my integrity and reputation,” he said. The following day, his son and lawyer, Rajendra Chaudhry, wrote to the Prime Minister giving him three days to apologize or else face a lawsuit. On 7 December, Qarase refused the ultimatum. “I don’t apologize for nothing,” the Fiji Times reported him as saying.
    When the three-day deadline set by Chaudhry expired, he announced on 8 December that he would be suing Qarase as an individual, not as Prime Minister, meaning that Qarase would be unable to use state funds to fight his case. The writ, which named Qarase the first defendant, also named Fiji Television as the second defendant. “Qarase had been reluctant to furnish evidence to substantiate his claims … The imputations are very serious and a direct question on my integrity and leadership. As such I have had the resort to legal action,” Chaudhry declared.
    At the scheduled press conference on 9 December, the Prime Minister revealed a confidential letter from Mahendra Chaudhry, written on National Farmers Union (NFU) letterhead in his capacity as General Secretary of the Union, to Charles Walker, chairman of the Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC), in September 2003. The letter proposed that the NFU purchase shares in the FSC, and stated that he, Senator Anand Singh, and United Consultancy of Auckland, New Zealand, were in talks with “an India-based milling company” to restructure the FSC. According to the Prime Minister, the deal would have transferred shares, that the government was considering selling, not to cane farmers but to their trade union representatives. “The benefit was only to the NFU,” Qarase said. Qarase called for an audit of the office of the Leader of the Opposition, saying that it would prove his connections to the Indian company. Equipment in Chaudhry’s office had been used to communicate with the company since 2002, he alleged.
    Chaudhry derided the revelations as “laughable,” and said that they showed no connection whatsoever between himself and India’s Exim Bank, or with the Indian government loan. “It was clear that having made wild baseless allegations, the PM was clutching at straws to try and validate his claims,” Chaudhry said. “There is absolutely no connection between the loan and a letter that I wrote to PM’s steering committee Charles Walker as chairman on sugar industry reforms that Qarase released to the media as his ‘proof’ that I had received a commission from the loan,” he added. Nor did it substantiate, he said, Qarase’s claims that he had sought a commission from the Indian companies.
    Also on 9 December, FLP Senator and former Attorney-General Anand Singh announced his decision to sue the Indian government and the Head of the Indian Technical Mission, J.J. Bhagat, for compensation for providing the ideas, which he says were adopted without acknowledgement by the Fijian and Indian governments. Prime Minister Qarase had earlier alleged on 5 December that Chaudhry had been a party to the negotiations, and called on the FLP to reveal whether it was involved with Singh’s compensation claim.
    On 14 December, High Court Justice Anthony Gates dismissed a call from Chaudhry to impose a gag order on Prime Minister Qarase, from making media statements until Chaudhry’s lawsuit is heard. Whether the Prime Minister’s statements were defamatory was an issue that would have to be resolved in the trial itself, Gates ruled; in the meantime, the court would not interfere with constitutional guarantees of freedom of speech. Chaudhry was ordered to pay F$750 to Qarase and Fiji Television Limited to cover court costs. 9 January 2006 has been set for the hearing of the defamation suit. Chaudhry had failed, Gates said, to provide “credible evidence” that Qarase’s words were untruthful, and therefore there was no grounds to prohibit their publication.
    On 9 January 2006, Gates announced that he was withdrawing from the case against the Prime Minister and against Fiji Television. He was fully booked judging criminal cases, and had no time to devote to civil suits, he said.
    Chaudhry released correspondence on 20 January 2006, citing it as proof that neither he nor his party had tried to collect a commission on Indian loans granted for sugar industry reform. The letter, from the Indian High Commission to Fiji, said that the Exim Bank had confirmed that there was no attempt to secure a commission on the loan, and that the bank never pays commissions on loans. In reply, the Prime Minister said that a number of unanswered questions remained, which would be addressed when the case was heard in court.
    Chaudhry announced on 27 February that as of 16 January, he had withdrawn his case against Fiji Television, but not against the Prime Minister.

    Lawsuit against Daily Post

    On 5 December 2005, lawyer Rajendra Chaudhry filed a writ against the Daily Post, on behalf of his father, Fiji Labour Party (FLP) leader Mahendra Chaudhry. The writ against the government-owned newspaper, whose editor Mesake Koroi is a cousin of Prime Minister Qarase’s, concerns what Chaudhry claims are “untrue and malicious” allegations, suggesting a leadership struggle within the FLP. The article in question also claimed that the FLP was no longer the party founded by Timoci Bavadra, Tupeni Baba, and Adi Kuini Speed, but had turned into a hard-line Indian nationalist party.

    Abuse of privilege investigation

    It was revealed on 23 December 2005 that Auditor-General Eroni Vatuloka was investigating a complaint from Prime Minister Qarase, accusing Chaudhry of abuse of office. The Prime Minister alleges that Chaudhry has allowed Senator Anand Singh to use office equipment for commercial purposes. Chaudhry has dismissed the Prime Minister’s complaint as “frivolous” and “childish.”
    Fiji Television revealed on 31 January 2006 that the National Farmers Union had put the parliamentary telephone number on a letter faxed to a business client, and that the letter was signed by Shareen Prasad, an employee at the FLP parliamentary office. Chaudhry again refused to comment on the claims, saying they were “trivial.”
    Pramod Rae, General Secretary of the National Federation Party (NFP), the chief rival of the FLP for the Indo-Fijian vote, called for a thorough investigation into the allegations.

    Relationship to Sun Myung Moon

    Chaudhry was registered as an advisor to the Inter-Religious Federation For World Peace International, an organization affiliated with the Unification Church. The Fijian government abruptly revoked permission for Sun Myung Moon, the group’s 85-year old founder, to visit Fiji, where he was to be the keynote speaker at a conference in Nadi. Dr. Lesi Korovavala, Chief Executive Officer of the Immigration Department described Moon’s doctrines as “misleading, repugnant and divisive,” said that his visit would not be conducive to “peace, good order, public safety and public morality,” and concluded that he was “not a fit and proper person to enter the country.”
    Chaudhry slammed the government decision, saying that it was treating Moon like a terrorist or a criminal. “Rev Dr. Moon is not a criminal or a terrorist to be treated in this manner,” Chaudhry said. “He is a man dedicated to a mission of peace through the promotion of moral and spiritual values. He has founded an organisation that believes in the inculcation of moral and family values to bring about better global understanding and harmony.” Chaudhry was joined by Senate President Taito Waqavakatoga, registered as a coordinator of the group, who said that Moon would have made a positive contribution to Fiji.

  34. Wailei Says:

    Ooiii yawe… sarui balavu tale qo… SV just delete mada my above posting please… just get the people to read the link…

  35. aubatinuku-N Says:

    “smiles” @ Wailei – Does’nt bother me mate!
    It is rather long though!🙂

  36. Tomasi Says:

    The Holy Trinity –

    The Father – Bainimarama

    The Son – Chaudhry

    & The Holy Ghost – Ganilau

    are all WORKING THEIR ASSES OFF TRYING TO CREATE A BETTER FIJI,

    AND HERE YOU ARE- all you jerks do is insult them day in day out.

    How about helping us create a NEW FIJI.

  37. Keep The Faith Says:

    How about you go and jerk off with the Holy Trinity dumb-ass?

    We’ll create a new Fiji with a democratically elected Govt that deserves our taxes.

  38. Wailei Says:

    Esa vaka madua wale…🙂

    However, Im trying to link his anti-Fijianism with the destablishment (If that is the right word) of Fijian Institutions after the 2006 Coup. So, I was thinking of having some sort of Timeline that we can get a clear picture on how fast the restructures and abolishments of important Fijian Institution like the GCC, NLTB, Fijian Holdings etc.,

    There appears to be some sort of link especially with the introduction of a Judge that has expertise in contracts, land tenure etc., etc., Im curious if he is going to sit as a Judge in all Land issues? Mainly, that chodo wants to protect his Sugarcane farmers? What? hmmm curious indeed.

    You see Gates is the judge on Constitutional matters re-Chandrika case, LQ case etc.,

    Does that mean Khan resides on anything to do with Land disputes, contracts etc?.

    Anyhow in the spam of say 2.5 years; I have never seen Institutions stripped down and restructured or abolished (GCC). How fast was that! Why so fast and with such a fury? It appears that they are doing this while as a Mcinterim administration to downsize their McGovernment with their McInstitutions placing their Mcpeople in key areas. So that buy the next elections hopefully, it would be hard to kick their Mcbutts out! Sa qai McSona Saraga…🙂

  39. Wailei Says:

    What New Fiji? @ Tomasi…

    You can change into new clothes a hundred times…. But the person is still the same… Corrupt!

    In other words what the McInterim Admin. is doing is just dressing Fiji up but the Old is still there… with you lot and McChodo. You think Frank is running the country? In your wet dreams my mate! E sega.. its Chodo, The Shit sisters and Arse.. Frank listen’s to them… Yeah, heard the rumor that the Military council is not too happy with Frank.. Apparently cant keep the balance between the McMilitary and McChodo group. Seems to be lending his ear to McChodo to lick… Acha…

    Your Blind faith in the McRegime is touching…. but sad

  40. tim Says:

    @ Wailei : Watch out – the Shyster, Bubba and the junta are trying to coin enough terms to legitimise their criminality. Neo-colonialism is in vogue at the moment, except that it is selectively applied.
    We should watch out or they soon be talking about “devolution”. It’ll be a pretty word for forced devolution of representation currently held by indigenous institutions.
    There is of course no reason why the non-indigenous shouldn’t establish their own institutions to represent their interests other than they have a fucked notion of what equality is. Far easier to just fuck over anything that already exists, call them racist and opt for a bland class structure whereby they aspire to the elite (as they already do). Budhau is an expert at it – everyone else is just stupid.

  41. Budhau Says:

    Weilei – you mentioned something about land disputes going to court – come on dude – you think some Indian will take some Landowner to court – haven’t you noticed that they (the landowners) have their own ways of settling disputes – starting of throwing a road block.

    On that judge Khan guy – I don’t think they brought him in for his expertise in contract and all that – it just so happens that that is what his specialty was.

    Tim – you got that right – I am better looking, younger, wealthier, better educated, more culture, and all that – and haven’t you noticed that the majority of people that you meet – in general, not only in here, they are fricken stupid – that is why I never believed in democracy (I still hope Obama wins in the US)

    …and that NP guy, he is not that stupid, I just try to jerk his leash every now and then – I like his poems and he has that real good knowledge of them Indians – and him being from Natewa Bay – watch out you guys – the next Tsunami is gonna get you.

  42. Tomasi Says:

    This will soon become a compulsory prayer in schools and churches:

    “In the HOLY NAME OF THE HOLY FATHER BAINIMARAMA, AND THE SON, CHAUDHRY, AND THE HOLY GHOST, GANILAU. AMEN.

    O HOLY TRINITY, THINE IS THE KINGDOM, THE POWER, AND THE GLORY. FOR EVER AND EVER. AMEN.”

  43. Tomasi Says:

    Budhau says: “I still hope Obama wins in the US”

    That figures.

    Obama’s IQ less than 70!

    Koko the Gorilla’s IQ was 85, making her a more qualified candidate for “president” than Obama even IF he’s at the high end of the curve.

  44. Keep The Faith Says:

    Yo homie Tomasi, you keep that up and you’ll be sending yourself to St Giles tamana — seriously yaar.

  45. Budhau Says:

    Tomasi, you idiot – or should I call you a moron or a imbecile – depending on what your intelligence quotient is.

    BTW – them Hindus are in with Obama. why don’t you Google Obama and the word Hanuman.

  46. Tomasi Says:

    You have an even LOWER IQ than your hero Osama Bin Bama, Budhau.

  47. Tomasi Says:

    Yea, Budhau, them Hindoos and other idol-worshippers can shove their idols up Osama Bin Bama and leave America to the true believers.

  48. Soul of Fiji Says:

    Thankyou Wailei for the item,

    It shows clearly Choro’s devious style, hiding behind Democracy in 1999-2000, and hiding behind corruption 2006 and very quick to sue anyone to hide the truths – the $million dollar lawsuit against Fiji Times will come to slow death and hope people forget (all the stunts he pull is just to save face).

    All the truths are out in the open for people to see, everyone will see that Choro’s is not only a Choro!!!! but a LIAR, LIAR, LIAR.

  49. Shri Says:

    Great one, Tomasi! You are MY hero.

    I like the new prayer for Fiji –

    “In the Holy Name of the Holy Father Bainimarama, and of the Son, Chaudhry, and of the Holy Ghost, Ganilau.”

    Shri

    Sydney

  50. natewaprince Says:

    Hey Tom and Budd,aren’t the two of you supposed to be on the same side?

    Damn,I spent such a long time writing that limmerick on you two’s behalf.

  51. Keep The Faith Says:

    Well let’s see it then NP! Add a line for Shri while you’re at it.

    I’m ready for a laugh. BTW I love the tag-team routine these 2 have going on here….its off the hook.

  52. natewaprince Says:

    Shiri and Anthony Gates,

    Two faggots we all love to hate,

    The difference you see,

    Is that Shiri’s cici,

    Is so slack but Budhau thinks it’s great.

  53. wailei Says:

    Budhau said:

    “Weilei – you mentioned something about land disputes going to court – come on dude – you think some Indian will take some Landowner to court – haven’t you noticed that they (the landowners) have their own ways of settling disputes – starting of throwing a road block”.

    Im not denying that however, they still went through the courts: eg. Monasavu case. Plus, they got their compensation and there were alot of happy landowners. After all FEA tried to rip them off.
    Any Indo-Fijian tenant can take a Fijian landowner to court but the question is: Since the Justice System in Fiji is no longer neutral, and fly by night Judges are appointed during the course of this illegal administration. Is the ruling credible?

    interesting to raise that in Fiji you get away with this things dont they? students sleep with their lecturers to get higher marks. A lot of Indo-fijian girls like doing that too… In other Universities if that is a practice they are discredited are not even eligible to teach again in any other institution.

    NP you should go to USP and teach…… Free kaya… lol..🙂

  54. wailei Says:

    Or…

    The Tree

    Shri and Gates
    Sitting on a tree
    K.i.s.s.i.n.g
    In comes Frank and swings in Shyst
    while Chodo farts on Kaiyum’s arse

  55. Keep The Faith Says:

    LMAO @ NP & Wailei!

    Sa! Must be knock-off time for the Media Cell & crew i.e. Budh’s, Tomasi, Shri et al.

  56. Jose Says:

    Shri, Shrek, Tomasi and Taukei are one and the same person. Bhudau’s balaji. This is what you get Bhudau when you try to slime your way around people, you germs.

  57. Say True! Says:

    @ Jose – yes they are the same – so glaringly obvious.

  58. Mossad Says:

    Peoples………Tomasi will not be available for some time……He was caught sniffing glue at the RFMF main gate a few minutes ago……..

  59. Shri Says:

    Hail Caesar – the TRINITY

    The Holy Trinity – Bainimarama, Chaudhry, and Ganilau.

  60. Adi Kaila Says:

    looks like SV has upset the hook worms no end.

    Any lawyer worth his salt would not accept a postion in this illegal regime, it’s all very well to crave the position of ‘judge’ but it must be earned and appointed rightfully. As all legal eagles are aware – this coup is going to end one day and it’s just not worth accepting illegal posts by the ig – to be disbarred is not a postion one wants to be in

    Better to be a plain old lawyer in Australia or NZ earning above average than an illegally appointed judge in coup corrupt ridden Fiji at this time – because when the legal government is back in place these lawyers and judges in the pay of the ig will find themselves out of a job and there’s no way the same kind of money paid in Australia or NZ can be earned in Fiji and these coup lawyers will find the work will dry out back in Australia or NZ or worse than that they’ve been disbarred.

  61. natewaprince Says:

    painter,how are the two little ones?

  62. Jose Says:

    Tomasi, you might want to tone that down a bit. You still haven’t answered my question. What do you think of Herbert Armstrong and his doctrine.

  63. tosotiko Says:

    Ooh! SV I have just learned from this thread that I am a sub-editor. So go SV you are really what the name ‘kuts’ is to these IG supporters.

  64. Peace Pipe Says:

    Further stacking of apologists in the judiciary to help them legitimise their criminal acts or bail them out of legal wrangles. They’ve run out of credible people so they just choose losers who would make up the numbers on the bench like the other opportunists. Hope he gets slapped with a visa ban. Wonder if he is from the same Khan clan from Ba. Seems to have a common root like the surname and origin as the other Khans in the ig entourage.

    See how the iAG arsey is crying baby about the EU delegates meeting with the legal fraternity. He doesn’t want them to meet certain people as it would prejudice the delegates perception. What a joker this arse hole is. He wants to hide all the dirts and set his own agenda – little does this butt hole knows how insignificant he is in the eyes of the bigger world outside that little shell of illegal group of coupsters

  65. Jose Says:

    @ Wailei and all. Check this out see if there’s a link. On that looong post of yours, read your last paragraph on;

    “Relationship to Sun Myung Moon”.

    Notice Chaudary has joined this organization,

    “Chaudhry was registered as an advisor to the Inter-Religious Federation For World Peace International, an organization affiliated with the Unification Church.”

    At the bottom of the paragraph notice,

    “……Chaudhry was joined by Senate President Taito Waqavakatoga, registered as a coordinator of the group, who said that Moon would have made a positive contribution to Fiji.”

    Below is an extract taken from the Agenda of the One World Religion (and One World Order website.

    “Unbekownst to the majority of people on earth, the creation of such an atmosphere has been well underway for many decades. It is only now, since the quest is virtually achieved, that the planners are going public. This is why organizations like the United Religions can gain so much influence so quickly. This explains why Pope John Paul 11 was willing to declare in 1994 that Muslims also have salvation. (See Catechism of the Catholic Church, pg.242-243) While this declaration is as untrue today as it was a few decades ago, times are different. Today, the declaration are applauded.

    Since the 1950’s, the United Nations, led by its visionary “Prophet”, Robert Muller, has been on a specific and premeditated course to unite the world’s religions. In his book, New Genesis: Shaping a Global Spirituality, Muller does not hide the agenda. He explains how his Catholic upbringing led him to ultimately embrace Bhuddhism, the atheistic religion of UN Secretary General U Thant who was his immediate superior at the UN for many years. Muller calls for a UN-led global government and global religion as mankind’s only hope.

    http://members.toast.net/rjspina/One%20World%20Religion%20-%20Interfaithism.htm

  66. painter Says:

    Hi NP! Thanks for asking, they’re just fine…. LOL!

    Are you still smarting over you & daushooter’s ‘pote’ at A……? hehehe….

  67. natewaprince Says:

    I knew it was you.Don’t you think I should join the goons media/intel unit??I might even be able to help them catch one of you,hahahaha…….

    Welcome back anyway.

  68. Harsay Says:

    Everyone seems to avoid saying (Being PC) but if you look at that after every coup it seems Muslims volunter for important post. We have AG, Khan for Apeal’s Court Judge, Shaista Ombadsman Office, Col Mohammad Aziz. Ayaz CEO FBC. One wonders whether Fiji is heading similar fate to Pakistan.

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