I did not promise elections: Bainimarama

I did not promise elections: Bainimarama
17 JUL 2008


If the Pig did not want elections then election will come to him what do you say Ra gone lets get the RAMFI supervised the election

Fiji’s interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says he did not promise the Pacific Forum Ministerial Contact Group a March 2009 poll.

But Bainimarama said they talked about the reforms that need to be put in place just before Fiji holds elections.

He said the group agreed with him.

“They accepted that reforms need to be carried out before elections,” said Bainimarama.

He added that the meeting with the group went extremely well despite the past restrained relations with Australia and New Zealand.

“Well you know that past relations are past. Everything went extremely well,” stressed the PM.

“The meeting was candid. I think it got better when the officials went out and there was just the nine of us around the table talking about issues,” he said.

Bainimarama added that the group understands Fiji’s situation on elections.

“They understand it, that’s why they are here. There are some people who do not understand what’s happening and there a lot of people who do not want to understand what’s happening,” he said.

“It is good that they are here and we can talk and get them to understand what is happening here.

The group is returning today.


46 Responses to “I did not promise elections: Bainimarama”

  1. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    He may not have said those words to the foreign ministers on Tuesday, BUT, he certainly said it to the forum meeting in Tonga last year.

    Guess what will the No. 1 topic at the forum meeting next month?

    BTW, what has happened to the promises made by the illegal foreign minister in March in NZ?

    You know, the date for the election in March, 2009 will be set at the first illegal cabinet meeting in April.

    Obviously, chadopu$$ told him to shut up about this.

  2. Indian Says:

    Sounds like Banana is deluding himself.

  3. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    “Bainimarama said they talked about the reforms that need to be put in place just before Fiji holds elections. He said the group agreed with him.”

    bananasinpyjamas certainly shows that he is lacking any comprehension skills.

    This is in direct contrast to what the foreign ministers said at their press conference. The PNG chap said that reforms could only be done by an elected govt.

    Maybe bananasinpyjamas nodded off during his meeting.

    You can imagine what the comments were when Peters and Smith were alone after this infamous meeting; Peters, ” See, I told you he was a fruit loop. We first saw that in NZ back in 2006.”

  4. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    SV, do you have Old Posts on this election topic?
    I thought there were statements given to the FijiTimes and Fijilive by Bainimarama reaffirming time and again “Election will be in March as promised” Let’s view again his exact words then.

  5. bodyguard Says:

    the cowardo better hold election in March 2009….becoz everyone is just fedup with this half school incompetent idiot leading the govt. who the fuck does he think he is? holding everyone to ramson until he get’s his way.

    well, the soldiers who brought this crisis on our hands better think deeply and seriously where their allegiance really is….becoz come D day….the ppl will take control regardless who fuck is there….gun or grenade…the soldiers must decide fast.



  6. T Lasa Says:

    Raw Fiji News is the best thing to happen in the blogs for a long while. They seem to get all the inside info. Frank must be jumping up and down and trying to find who’s doing it. I saw a story on Fiji Democracy Now about Frank getting mad about all the leaks being made by Raw Fiji News. its really funny. Have a look.

    T lasa


  7. iceman Says:

    LOL @ T Lasa..Sa mi tale o Netani…..kaila…..just made my day..Vinaka me vakalevu mai me rawa kina na dredre……

  8. kabarara Says:

    Finau Mara not happy with his siblings
    July 16, 2008 by rawfijinews
    The eldest son of the late Ratu Kamisese is said to be upset about his sisters and younger brother’s involvement in the Dec 5th, 2006 coup. They are not in good terms and hardly talking.

    Reliable sources say that Finau Mara, who was appointed by the military government as Fiji’s Ambassador to the United States of America, has refused to make the move saying that he won’t be pushed aside that easily by his siblings.

    These sources report that the siblings are trying to remove Finau away from Fiji to pave the way for his younger brother and human rights violator, Ului Mara, to be Tui Nayau.

    Ului is already successful in forcefully appointing himself as Chairman of the Lau Provincial Council. Now, with the continued support of his sisters, they are trying to do the dirt on their eldest brother Finau and to coup him too.

    Finau is heard to have said that he does not recognise Frank’s military government and will not accept the appointment to Washington under an illegal regime. Whether his words should be taken seriously or otherwise is another story. But he is not going anywhere at the moment and his uncooperative nature is driving Ateca, Koila and Ului up the wall.

  9. Groggymaster Says:

    Now we all know for sure he either had no intention of keeping any of his commitments, nor the ability to fulfill them either.

    Cleanup – none, other than stuffing his and chodo’s cronies in as many positions as they can;

    Transparency & Good Governance – nyet!!! Muzzle the media and dissenters, push their lying drivel as fact in the face of reality, shroud their incoherent discussions as state secrecy.

    Good economic management – Yeah right.

    The ship is sinking. The economy is contracting – a whopping minus 10% since Dec 2006, and worsening. Sugar down 21%, construction down 22%, mining down 97%, tourism and retail down 5%. ETC, ETC.

    Elections – well they can’t seem to organise one.

    Charter – well they’ll still be at it when they’re overthrown. Probably be able to finish it on Nukulau then.

  10. Keep The Faith Says:

    The guy is a psychopathic liar.

    Surely 95% of the world can’t have hearing/reading/comprehension problems.

  11. LUVfiji Says:

    And the lies continue to pile.

    Its obvious now that Felicity Heffernan’s delayed arrival to start work as Elections Supervisor is another dirty tactic by the regime.

    Yes, it is time now that we should get things moving; if Australia and New Zealand are indeed serious about delivering us back to FREEDOM!

    Do we have to go to Elections? Why cant they simply recall Parliament!

    And, Condoleezza Rice is visiting Samoa.. Fiji misses out on a high-profile visit. Moce jo!

  12. Ablaze Says:

    What A Pity! Loss For Fiji! We are dealing with lunatics!

    / Front page / Editorial Comment

    Poorer without Chand
    Thursday, July 17, 2008

    THE resignation of Pramesh Chand as Permanent Secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office is a continuation of the worrying disease which has afflicted the Civil Service.

    When the interim administration took over in December 2006, it conducted a purge which saw the removal of several competent and senior civil servants deemed enemies of the State.

    Among those removed were Amenatave Yauvoli from the Trade and Commerce Ministry and Paula Uluinaceva from the Ministry of Finance.

    These men were well qualified, competent, efficient and forthright officers who had risen through the ranks by proving they were the best candidates for the posts they held.

    Their crime was to stand up to those who overthrew a democratically-elected government.

    These men pointed and correctly so to areas the current administration had neglected or intentionally bypassed in its haste to implement procedures pertaining to finance and trade.

    That they dared to speak up and be accountable was considered so anti-government, a move that they were forced from office. The fact that Uluinaceva and Yauvoli were willing to show their ministers that the interim Government was flouting the law was deemed an unforgivable offence.

    It is clear today that both men are regarded highly in the regional organisations for which they now work. There is no way these men could have gained employment abroad had they been corrupt and inefficient as the interim regime appeared to allege.

    The nation has been deprived of these brilliant individuals, brave and transparent leaders, because they stood for the truth.

    It is ironical that the interim Government should remove them when it claims to stand for transparency, accountability and the removal of corruption.

    Now Chand has resigned. This highly qualified officer with an impeccable record had so much to offer as head of the Office of the Prime Minister.

    But he has been hindered in his work every step of the way by self-serving individuals in the interim Cabinet. Any civil servant is bound by oath to serve the government of the day in the best possible manner.

    It is unfortunate that too many employees of government choose to bow to the wishes of ministers who so often bend and break the rules for political gain.

    Chand has acquitted himself admirably. That he chose to remain at his post despite the constant bickering and backstabbing is testament to the character of this man.

    This from a man whose wife is seriously ill.

    This from a civil servant who has had every opportunity to take up a lucrative employment opportunity in New Zealand yet offered his dedicated service to the land of his birth.

    The Civil Service, and indeed, Fiji, is poorer with Chand’s departure.

  13. benhur Says:

    Please have someone shoot this bastard?I mean, of course i can stand dictatorship, if the leader was smart, but when he or she is just way too stupid.i mean-totally and no-bar stupid, like Voreqe,then i say shoot the bastard and stop making our country looks like a nation full of stupid people!!!!

  14. Tim Says:

    Bainimarama: Read my lips – “I did not have sex with that woman”

    Classic signs of a man who believes DeNial is a river in AfrikaPasifika (Fiji).

    Interestingly and as an aside, TVNZ this coming Sunday will be doing a story on how the RFMF’s budget has been increased while Fiji’s children cannot get adequate health care. The comparison might be a little mischevious but that doesn’t alter the reality.

  15. Tim Says:

    Maybe its time to have another look at Discombobulatedbubu’s
    Malignant Narcissist, Boiled Frog and Facist posts.
    Is anyone REALLY that surprised?

  16. Tim Says:


  17. Peace Pipe Says:

    Is the pig really numb to his own lies. Maybe he did not promise elections this time around he sure did at last years PIF meeting in Tonga and whole world knows about it. That is why there are taking the pig to task to keep to his word. Last year he thought there was a long way to go – 2 years of filling his and the cahoots pockets up. Seems he wants more money and power as time is running out. So in comes the delaying tactics to prolong the election so that he can pilfer more of the public purse. Whilst we do not accept his proposal of electoral reforms under this illegal mantle I wonder out of curiosity when exactly does he intend to hold elections 3 months, 6 months 1 year 5 years as that will how much longer we are going to suffer.

  18. Peace Pipe Says:

    Fully agree with bodyguard and benhur above. Our freedom has been stifled for indefinitely longer by the looks of things. We have to tell the pig in no uncertain terms we have had enough of him and his bullshit.

  19. FijiGirl Says:

    Liar, liar pants on fire!!

    Elections were promised on the understanding that Fiji would receive preferential sugar prices from the EU – Chodo flew to Brussels specially JUST to close up that deal, and the EU made it conditional on elections.

    We know that Chodo is the real schemer behind this charade, so Vore cannot pretend that elections were never on the cards.

    Bravo to the EU for funding the Deputy Elections Supervisor – their man will be able to inform them of what REALLY goes on behind the scenes of Chodo’s grand charade.

    Vore can say whatever he likes to try and wriggle out of it – but the Elections Noose is slowly tightening around his neck…

    Btw, did anyone else notice how he is preventing the Forum Foreign Ministers from meeting anyone other than his tinpot ministers – probably because he realised that the EU visitors got the FULL story on their trip, so he is doing his ‘uttermost’ to blindfold them.

    Lucky for us (the pro-democracy movement) these guys aren’t as stupid as Vore’s goons.

    They know on which side our bread is buttered.

    God bless Fiji

  20. Talei Says:

    This further validates that Bainimarama is a pathological liar at the Forum last year as he is today. You are full of shit Frank, give it a rest already because you are NOT leadership material, your place is cleaning the pigs pen. Oh wait a minute, even the pig-sty is too good for you, someone shoot him already.

  21. Shri Says:

    YOU IDIOTS. Did you REALLY believe him/ Did you? Then YOU are utter FOOLS. If you believed him, you’ll believe ANYTHING you GULLIBLE QARACISTS.


  22. Jose Says:

    @ benhur
    Include the useless peresitedi with him.

  23. soro Says:

    Bula @Tim – is there any way to get a youtube type of video on that SUNDAY doco ?????? So that we can see it

  24. Ex Isle Says:

    Do we believe Winston Peters or Banarama?

    First quote from Bananas:

    But Bainimarama said they talked about the reforms that need to be put in place just before Fiji holds elections.

    He said the group agreed with him.

    “They accepted that reforms need to be carried out before elections,” said Bainimarama.

    Second quote from Peters:

    The explanation given by Fijis interim Government to Pacific ministerial contact group of carrying out electoral reform outside of Parliament is seen as been pointless because any such initiative will have to be given legality.

    Speaking at the press conference yesterday at the end of the visit by the Forum Foreign Ministerial Contact Group, New Zealands Winston Peters said Parliament is the only body that can make such a reform legal.

    “You organise a report. You organise constitutional changes and how are you going to bring them into action make them a fact of political and lawful structural life of Fiji you will have to have a mandate in Parliament to do that,” he said.

    et us all hope that the Fiji general public are alert enough to spot the lasu lasu….

    Incidentally does anyone know when the Chief Justice will deliver his judgement on the illegal – or otherwise – regime?

  25. Adi Kaila Says:

    Sa bai cawiri na piggy – OINK! OINK!

  26. moz Says:

    How about these quotes? Then add more.

    I really don’t know what are the steps we need to take to show how concrete we are in trying to move to elections. We have done everything we want to do to prepare ourselves for elections in 2009 and I am adamant in having elections not that I want to stand for elections but we need the support of the international community.

    All I can say is that we want to see the return to parliamentary democracy, we want to have an elections as soon as practically possible.

    The first topic was his election commitment. And according to him, it’s nothing new.
    BAINIMARAMA: You know that’s old news. The commitment’s been there, people have been leading you all in the wrong direction…..

    ..BAINIMARAMA: I don’t know why you people getting all these lies about roadmap, and people keep telling me we want to see concrete path, we’ve done all we, that needs to be done to prepare us for election.

  27. Groggymaster Says:

    The fact that the entire regime are in a constant state of pathological lying and denial is that they are in lala land. They appear to be so immersed in the fantasy of exercising power, that they are unable to discern fact from fiction.

    So much for taking over govt to clean up; we are getting cleaned out.

  28. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Sorry, bananasinpyjamas, it doesn’t pay to go to sleep at meetings and then lie about what happened at the meeting.

    “””The Forum Ministerial Contact Group has welcomed the proposed political forum scheduled for next month.

    And, according to the Foreign Ministers – Fiji can go to the polls by March 2009.

    The details of their meetings in SUVA may still be a secret BUT their mission remains clear to ensure the interim government holds free, fair and credible elections by March 2009.

    And nothing will stop them from ensuring that Fiji goes through the election process as mandated to them by the Pacific Island Leaders.

    The New Zealand Foreign Minister revealed he is now more optimistic than he was a week ago with the election preparations..

    Whether there’s an election in March next year will depend ultimately on the political will of the interim government as well as the outcome of any political dialogue..

    And their counterpart in Papua New Guinea says, they havent seen anything here that would prevent elections from going ahead..

    Their report will be handed to the Forum Leaders in Niue next month.”””

  29. Tim Says:

    @soro – I guess subbing to TVNZ on demand. check out youtube.com/tvnz sometime but i reckon the thing might pop up in Fiji sometime.
    I’ll be interested to see it. It’s being promoted as follows on tvnz website
    “A Life At A Time
    They are Fiji’s dark secret: children suffering. While New Zealanders escape winter at Fijian resorts, just down the road and out of sight, kids with a raft of congenital birth defects are sadly deprived. It seems there’s money for a military regime but not for simple surgical procedures which could put life right for these kids. But now New Zealand doctors have stepped into the breach and are working to better one little life at a time”
    and on screen stating that the Military’s budget has increased.

    Well of course we knew that from the start whether by plan or by theft from other departments.

  30. ex Fiji Tourist Says:


    The budget for the green goons for 07]08 was F$79 million.

    So far, bananasinpyjamas has spent;


    F$145 million.

    And the hospitals are running out of medicines, and the nurses and teachers can’t be paid what they are worth.

    Meanwhile, the green goons have got new uniforms to impress bananasinpyjamas.

  31. Bosolevu Says:

    How come no one told me about the Raf Fiji News blogsite? it’s wonderful!!

  32. Mark Manning Says:

    Why does Frank keep trying to delay the inevitable ?
    As each day passes , Fiji’s economy is worse , the unemployment increases and the chances of getting out of the mess will take so much more effort !
    At some point , even Frank must see the futility in continuing down this silly path of self destruction .
    Can’t he just admit he made a mistake and be man enough to lay down his arms , return the Military to barracks , resign and take it like a man ?
    For the sake of Fiji .

  33. Maqa a Leqa Says:


    Col Aziz said in today’s Fiji Times that the $184,000 paid to Bhaini was within the military budget. yet they have overspent their budget by soooooo much!

    Shows that the lies have infected all the ranks of the military.

  34. Striker Says:

    It’s a shame that Ratu Finau’s younger sisters and brother have soiled the Mara image so badly that it would always be a shadow on Ratu Finau’s reputation. As to the question of Bainimarama being man enough, he is a coward; he has executed the coup and taken the nation to suffering and poverty, has denied thousands opportunities for a better life simply because he cannot face the consequences of his actions. So Tui Cakau, George Spate, Nata, Qaranivalu, Mua, and others, take heart!

  35. LUVfiji Says:

    @Bosolevu. SV has Raw Fiji News on its blogroll. You would have stumbled into it had you bothered to check it out yrself! Indeed, great reading 🙂

  36. Peace Pipe Says:

    The crooked army has taken another swipe at the national treasury handing themselves wads of cash in reward for carrying out some illegal deeds. It is becoming clearer what his coup is all about -self enrichment at the cost of others. Can an audit be carried out on who received and how much was paid out in total between Dec 5th 2006 to date. I doubt it will be done since the army will vehemently oppose such a move as it will expose the grand theft going on by them.

  37. Corruption Fighter Says:

    Who is the bigger liar out of Chodopu$$ or Vore? Very hard to say. My recollection was that when Fiji’s ‘strongman’ appeared before the
    assembled PMs and Ministers in Tonga last year he turned to water and made an unconditional promise to hold the election.

    He had been worded up to fudge the issue but didn’t have the brain
    capacity to retain all of Parmesh Chand’s words when the leaders went into closed session.

    The sad thing is our beloved Fiji has been taken over by dim wit who
    is completely dependent on others for the tactics he needs to survive.

    If he had half a brain he would see that the Chodopu$$ has wrecked the economy, including his precious sugar industry, because he was so focused on throwing weight around that he ignored any sensible advice he might have been given.

    But if Frank had half a brain he wouldn’t need Chodopu$$ to tell him
    what to do.

    So there’s our problem in a nut-shell, a hatf-empty coconut shell that
    sits atop Frank’s shoulders and passes itself off a head.

  38. Adi Kaila Says:

    Corruption Fighter – Katuvu na neitou dredre!

    Yes you’re quite right about the coconut shell head – that bilo is full of what’s left of his soul that he has sold out to the tevoro – maca ya qai macala dina mai na matani meke.

    As for the maras and trying to get rid of the head of their household Finau – there’s more life in him yet and they have already written him off. I know for a fact that they are all scared shitless of him – so while he is in the country they can’t make a move. He’ll sort them out.

  39. aubatinuku-N Says:

    E sa levu la vivosayaki nei ko na bokala i tamana qo!
    Seems like his brother Joe Bainimarama was right after all “Qo na matanitu nei Voreqe”!!

  40. Tim Says:

    The non-diplomatic translation of which is that everyone knew Frank was full of bullshit from the start but made it clear that if he showed signs of delivering on what he promised, they’d be ok with it.
    Unfortunately Frank’s own bullshit will forever get the better of him. Which begs the question after 18 months, why anyone continues to indulge his ego.

  41. Adi Kaila Says:

    This whole scenario is much like the childrens nursery rhyme about the old woman that swallowed a fly – the bullshit keeps getting more and more ludicrous by the day – we’ve all known here on this site that voreqe wouldn’t honour his committment for elections in 2009, clean up campaign to rid the Nation of corruption (grrrrrrrrrrrh),transparency and good govenance.

    Well now the rest of the Nation have been informed that there will be no elections in 2009

    The clean up campaign has resulted in him helping himself indiscriminately to the Nations Monetary Reserve +

    Duplicitious rorting of the Public Service for unearned gain

    Good Govenance – WTF

    Nepotism – Kemudou!

    Transparency – yeah he has been transparent right from the beginning to us here on this site – we pin pointed all of the above and more.

    Here’s the nursery rhyme in case you’ve forgotten it –

    There Was An Old Woman
    There was an old woman who swallowed a fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed a fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.
    There was an old woman who swallowed a spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a bird,
    How absurd! to swallow a bird,
    She swallowed the bird to catch the spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a cat,
    Imagine that! to swallow a cat,
    She swallowed the cat to catch the bird,
    She swallowed the bird to catch the spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a dog,
    What a hog! to swallow a dog,
    She swallowed the dog to catch the cat,
    She swallowed the cat to catch the bird,
    She swallowed the bird to catch the spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a goat,
    Just opened her throat! to swallow a goat,
    She swallowed the goat to catch the dog,
    She swallowed the dog to catch the cat,
    She swallowed the cat to catch the bird,
    She swallowed the bird to catch the spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a cow,
    I don’t know how she swallowed a cow!
    She swallowed the cow to catch the goat,
    She swallowed the goat to catch the dog,
    She swallowed the dog to catch the cat,
    She swallowed the cat to catch the bird,
    She swallowed the bird to catch the spider,
    That wriggled and jiggled and tickled inside her,
    She swallowed the spider to catch the fly,
    I don’t know why she swallowed the fly,
    Perhaps she’ll die.

    There was an old woman who swallowed a horse,
    She’s dead—of course!

  42. FijiGirl Says:

    Vore’s attempts to backtrack out of elections in March 2009 bodes ill for the country, but also give the voters valuable insight into his psychology.

    “What I gathered was that he said while you kept the ‘in principle’ in front of the March 2009 it tells the international community you will never have elections so take away the ‘in principle’, keep the March 2009 announcement to them and if there’s any extra time for elections that you want we will be quite flexible coming out with additional timing so I took that on board and that’s how I came up with March 2009 at the forum on the understanding if there’s need to be an extension in time the international community will be very flexible.’

    * It is concrete proof that Vore is unable to think in sentences.

    * His justification has the ring of a teenage son who has just crashed his father’s car and tries to explain it away by saying “Isa Tamaqu, when you said I could take the car you never said I couldn’t crash it!”

    * Vore has a startling ability to remain in complete denial. It is clear from Vore’s recollection, and proved by Dr Sevele’s statement on the front page of today’s Fiji Times that Sevele was trying to get Vore to commit to 2009 elections. Observe how, psychologically, Vore takes a message like Sevele’s, breaks it up into component parts, ignores the phrases that do not serve his intentions and only absorbs the phrases that appeal to him. This is classic denial. The man should feature in a textbook,

    Why does Vore think he can now delay elections post-2009? Perhaps the polls show that Chodo’s popularity ratings are so low that going to the polls with 12 months will be political suicide. Perhaps he thinks that, like George W Bush his popularity will reach an all-time low and then just plateau. Bush’s popularity has plateaued because as a lame duck, he can do no more harm to America’s interests, and the fundamentalist right still love him.

    WHAT WE NEED NOW is an official poll to measure the popularity of Chodo and FLP, the popularity of the IR, and the popularity of SDL. The results are predictable, but what we need is the empirical evidence. Publish that in the media, and then watch Chodo and his lapdogs squirm. We need to start compiling our own weapons, weapons of democracy to bring down these tyrants.

    The next question is, how deeply in cahoots with the regime is Tebbutt Research? If she won’t conduct the research, will an NGO or academic group step in? The results will speak volumes to the international community, aid agencies and most importantly, to the people of Fiji.

    Can someone at TR leak the results of polls she has conducted for the Junta?

    God bless Fiji

  43. Peace Pipe Says:

    Those words “I did not promise elections” speak volumes about the man that uttered them. If fact at first glance I deduced it as coming from a wimp. It clearly reveals the character of this man who lies without remorse. In plain view of the public he stands out as
    A liar
    A coward
    A thief
    A puppet
    An uneducated leader
    An unintellegent man
    A selfish pig

    This is because he does not want election now as it will end his time in power so soon and he will lose all the fringe beneifts of the position he and his cronies are holding onto tenuously.

  44. aubatinuku-N Says:


  45. Wailei Says:

    How predictable was that? Frank has certainly confirmed to the populous that he is Psychotic Schizophrenic Maniac…

    He has all the symptoms a maniac which is; irritability, anger or rage, delusions, hypersensitivity, hypersexuality, hyper-religiosity, hyperactivity, impulsiveness, racing thoughts, talkativeness, pressure to keep talking or rapid speech, and grandiose ideas and plans, decreased need for sleep (e.g. feels rested after 3 or 4 hours of sleep). In manic and hypomanic cases, the afflicted person may engage in out of character behavior such as questionable business transactions, wasteful expenditures of money, risky sexual activity, abnormal social interaction, or highly vocal arguments uncharacteristic of previous behaviors. These behaviors increase stress in personal relationships, problems at work and increases the risk of altercations with law enforcement as well as being at high risk of impulsively taking part in activities potentially harmful to self and others.

    Although “severely elevated mood” sounds somewhat desirable and enjoyable, the experience of mania is often quite unpleasant and sometimes disturbing, if not frightening, for the person involved (and those close to them), and may lead to impulsive behavior that may later be regretted. It can also often be complicated by the sufferer’s lack of judgment and insight regarding periods of exacerbation of symptoms. Manic patients are frequently grandiose, obsessive, impulsive, irritable, belligerent, and frequently deny anything is wrong with them. Because mania frequently encourages high energy and decreased perception of need or ability to sleep, within a few days of a manic cycle, sleep-deprived psychosis may appear, further complicating the ability to think clearly. Racing thoughts and misperceptions lead to frustration and decreased ability to communicate with others.


    Voceke seriously has mental problems, and needs to go to a mental hospital. Seriously. Fiji is being controlled by a clinically lunatic person. Da sa leqa saraga.

  46. Adi Kaila Says:

    He’s a damned schizo alright and displays the classic symptoms daily – so he’s a very useful tool for chodo, the maras, ganilaus, ahmadiyyas and the rest of the string pullers hiding in the background to manipulate to achieve their illegal self promotion to postitions they would not otherwise have attained.

    nazhat is literally screwing him (yuk) so she and her sister can reign supreme over the judiciary while her husband gets first divs with telecommunications systems – makes him and vore shareholders of the skanky judge – hoo whee! It wouldn’t make any difference to his state of mind if he did take his empty head out from under the judicial robe. Who knows – he could be screwing one of those eps wives. Hmmmn.

    Where is aunty meri maketalena while all this is going on – being kept amused with a few trips overseas, few baubles, nicer clothes, fully paid up homes for her children and the coup de grace – meeting the pope at the vatican no less – lucky for old benny! Someone said she usually jumps on their bodyguards when the drink takes hold. Seems everyone gets what they want, either way.

    Do the chodos, maras and ganilaus think this monster they’ve created will relinquish his position and give them the real power that they crave – to be Prime Minister and President of Fiji and direct access to the Nations monetary reserves. Not likely – vore is quite enjoying where he’s at and he’s not about to give it up to any of his cohorts – he will milk them all because he knows the truth of their involvement and there’s nothing they can do about it. He doesn’t give a shit who’s Tui Lau or Tui whatever he’s not going to be rid of that easily by his ig coupsters.

    As far as he’s concerned he has them all eating out his hand because none of them want to be implicated in the 5.12.06 coup, and his army cohorts have been rewarded with the exact backpay he got.

    kanawai taucoko

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