And it’s time for the Military to return to barracks and withdraw their illegal support of this illegal regime , at the same time , the soldiers should arrest those behind and involved in this coup , with the support of the Proper Police Authourities . In line with this , the Police Tactical Response group should be re-armed and initiate immediate arrests of all involved in this illegal regime including those in and behind the military Council .
YOU BLOODY IDIOTS. This proves once and for all just how deep your bloody intelligence is.
Yea, get the UN in. What a brilliant idea, losers!
The UN is powerless as sh*t. The US is much more powerful.
Yea, THE UN OPPOSED THE IRAQ WAR, BUT WHAT HAPPENED – WHAT HAPPENED – DID THE US LISTEN? DID THEY?
So, do you think they’ll coming running to your cries?
Are they hearing the cries of other nations who are in as much or even deeper sh*t than Fiji? Are they?
Sorry, you’ve really given it away this time ‘around.
Nobody’s gonna listen.
FIJIANS *MUST* SOLVE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS.
They must stop drinking yagona, get fit, and and start exercising their rights instead of just sitting around all day on their bums doing nothing but talk talk talk. At least write a book for god’s sake! Do something! Do something!
Bula PPC – have voted. Agree that time for supervised return to civilian rule is in warranted immediately. Time for ira na sonalevu mai na keba to go back to classes and learn that their first allegiance is to the state – not some bona levu who has his member permanently up some kulina’s cul-de-sac. (Hopefully that is the case, but given piggy’s IQ, it’s probably is the other way round.)
LQ, MB & PR looked pleased with themselves, and I suspect the IG have been shown up as first class morons, whose words are totally meaningless.
The reluctance in going to elections is pure and simple – they are unlikely to win it. The fact that piggy needs a troop to guard him is indicative of the depth of support (lack of) he enjoys.
I also doubt the ability of the IG to organise an election. The Electoral Commissioner laments of insurmountable problems remaining to be solved – crikes we’ve successfully organised elections for the past 40 years, albeit not all of which were honoured, but the point is if you’re unable or unwilling to conduct the affairs of the office – get out and stop the drain on tax payers money. It is ridiculous to expend all that time pretending to be working, only to tell the citizens they can’t have an election.
They ought to lock themselves up in a room and b*** each other every which way that takes their fancy.
I am Satish the great great grandson of Sudaiya the first Indian to ever set foot on these beautiful shores of the Fiji Islands, I would like to give thanks to Mr Qarase and his people in Vanuabalavu who was the only village who gave us a piece of land.
To all you rest of Indian people living in Fiji you are bunch of greedy bastards,we should be greatful to the Fijian people for putting up with us for all this years.
Sorry to burst your bubble folks. The Un is the worst of the lot in terms of spine and incompetence.
See recent decision of the UN Security Council on Zimbabwe. China, Russia, UK and US will never agree to commit UN resourses to Fiji. Secondly, the UN and the forum will not accede to a UN type or Rami type solution for Fiji. The political and resourse costs far outweigh the benefits if anything. Fiji has to work out a political solution on its own with support from others and sending a mission in is only going to push the militray into a corner where they will respond with aggression. The reprecussions will be too dangerous for Fiji.
The fact that the EU, Comsec , Forum team and Un have been here recently is a victory in its self, and an indiction of the failings of the IG and militray to hold its gripm and get its way.
It is up to the Fiji people to make use of the opportunity provided by these high level international visits and push the envople a little further before the leaders forum in August in Niue. A lille more public pressure like peaceful protest marches willl go a long way to support the dialogue underway nationally and internationally.
Question I have is why has this not happened!!!! Or are we are people of all talk and no action!!