PM brings anger says Qarase

Bloggers, irrespective of how one tries to rationalise Vore’s lying,  conniving, gutless & mischievous deeds, he has no intentions whatsoever of relinquishing power. We now hear the FLP ‘coming out of the woods’ after Pramesh’s demise and pushing for the legalising of the Charter, when accepted will enable the RFMF to have ‘oversight on matters that may affect national security’. This according to Koroi will help eradicate the coup culture!!! What a bunch of lies!!!

It is an undisputed fact, the Military has been in involved either directly or indirectly in all coups in Fiji. So who SV asks are they trying to bullshit? Bloggers, if the Charter is accepted, it gives the Military unprecedented power because it allows them to intervene any time, claiming it did so to protect ‘national security’. In other words it will perpetuate and not eradicate  the coup culture, but of greater concern is the fact it will prepare and desensitize the people of Fiji towards accepting full Military Dictatorship!

SV challenges Qarase and other civil, political and traditional leaders to rethink their strategies in dealing with this idiot Vore. One undisputed fact is that Vore has no morals or credibility and the quicker they accept this fact the quicker they will be able to adopt more accurate strategies to neutralise him. To keep imputing attributes which he clearly lacks, only inflates his already inflated ego, but further diminishes his inferior intelligence, making it even harder to address.

Sunday, July 20, 2008


Taken from / By: Google

Deposed Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase told Radio Fiji Gold News the statement by Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama brings anger and disappointment to the people of this nation.

Bainimarama confirmed to Radio Fiji News on Friday there will not be any elections next year. Qarase says the whole country was looking forward to the general elections. He says he cannot see any reason why elections can’t be done in time and under the 1997 constitution.

“So it is a most unfortunate statement there will be a lot of anger out there among the people and I just hope that the Interim Prime Minister be loyal and ensure that the elections be held by MARCH 2009 there is still sufficient time for it so lets keep our fingers cross that things will change.”

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37 Responses to “PM brings anger says Qarase”

  1. Tim Says:

    Well SV, the irrational often can’t be rationalised. I’m left wondering how long it takes, and how many incidents of the Vore bullshit it is before people realise the Tabu Mbeki principle simply results in a Zimbabwe.
    Encouragement and assistance is one thing, indulging and appeasement is quite another when you ae dealing with people that are not acting in good faith.
    As RFN infers though, its great that these kids behaving as though they were in the lollie shop are putting their ill-gotten gains into assets that are at least recoverable.
    But it might also be time for the neighbours to stop facilitating their actions by allowing the junta to use facilities and institutionsthey have a sovereign right to control. Suspect banking transactions is one example. Stephen Smith may just have learned the lesson that Frank can’t lie straight in bed, and that whatever socially responsible agenda they all profess to have comes secondary to their own self aggrandisement.
    A pistol shooting HRC Commissioner? A self-promoting Trade Unionist? A Military that professes to have the security of “its” nation at heart yet is content with abuse of civil rights and murder? A judiciary that applies double standards to the rule of law?
    Their biggest problem is that they think people are as bloody stupid as they are!
    Even the supporters of a Labour “principle, ideology or policy” eventually get sick of things when they realise that it is represented by such hideous and self-indulgent people. I suspect more and more are coming to realise and pushing shit uphill is always a pointless eercise.
    If they haven’t realised by now that Chodo is a total disgrace to the Labour movement, Shaista is far worse when it comes to Human Rights, and Nazi, Gates and Bubba’s respet for the rule-of-law is one of the cruelest jokes there ever was, they never will.
    At least all these turds have now floated to the surface, which makes it easier for people to eradicate when there is a will to do so.
    Their bullshit deodorant and spin can no longer cover up their stench.

  2. Mark Manning Says:

    Sorry , but doesn’t this make more sense each day ?
    Please note the 2 replies to my comment from September 2007 .
    My guess is the replies are genuine and from Indians upset about my Asian remark !
    Mark Manning of Sydney,Australia (38 minutes ago)

    It matters not what anyone thinks , this regime decided years ago just exactly what it had in mind and how it would achieve it’s goals . Anyone who believes otherwise , is deluding themselves ! The processes this regime have put into place , are merely a smokescreen to hide their real intent . And one can only assume that that is total dominance over all facets of fijian society . Hasn’t anyone in Fiji understood yet , that Fiji is being sold out to the asians from under your feet , by your own countrymen ?
    Indian of India (29 minutes ago)

    To Mar Manning of Sydney Australia-#34

    These silly Fijians do not know- ha!ha!ha!ha!ha! We are controlling their Military now. We will do it slowly until we destroy all the Fijian Institutions and the their land rights. The silly Fijians including the selfish Ganilau and Bai do not know and do not bother. GENOCIDE is the MISSION. It can achieved politically.

    Crash Stock Exchange of United States (14 minutes ago)

    To India and Manning
    hahahaha…yeah lets start with crashing the South Pacific Exchange dominated by India and the banks! Maybe the Fijians can start thinking about the 6 billion deal now…hehehehe Take your pick!
    Fijians are lousy merchants anyway because their eyes have always been to big for their stomach(traditionally) thus the need to have a corporate body(GCC new look) to curb the crooks that take advantage of the Natadola projects etc. I say Code of conduct is necessary because no chief should be above the law neither are accountants!

  3. Tim Says:

    @Mark: Yep exactly – and I note from a previous post you’re not unfamiliar with trade unions – having driven Sydney buses. We share something in common there btw.
    Sometimes I think Chodo is caught in a time warp that is more appropriate to the 1970s.
    What I also find interesting is that the junta has its ideologies somewhat confused – but that might be purely down to their ego and superiority compexes.
    The socialist agenda (that is based on an economic principle) can quite easily be transposed into facist rule rather than a representative democracy when those involved are sick puppies that have an irrational opinion of their own self-worth.
    The sick puppies in this case are the ones with a reasonable intellect but an unreasonable view of where they fit into the scheme of things. In a way, that makes their stance all the worse.
    If I were heading the order of executions. there’d be a couple of Shameen’s high on the list, followed by a Bubba, a Gates, a few more opportunists, followed by some pathetic little ass lickers, then the bullies (Driti et all), and the thick shit Lewenis and Bainimarama’s would be last. At least they could be serenaded by a discordant military orchestra all blaming their instraments for the lack of harmony

  4. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    There is a great summing up of the lies and deceit by the jaundiced junta in FijiSun editorial.

    “”Citizens have suffered enough

    “No member of the RFMF will benefit from this coup.” “We have conclusive evidence of corruption in the SDL government and will produce it next week.” Thus said the interim prime minister and his spokesman in December 2006 and the days following the coup. Well, that was then. This is now. It is clear to the whole of Fiji that members of the military up to and including its commander have benefited handsomely from the coup. So, incidentally, have a number of civilians who have gladly accepted the power and perks denied them by the electorate but liberally bestowed on them through the power of the gun. And they talk about a clean-up. Such talk is now revealed in all its hollow rhetoric. And the most hollow statement of all, it is clear, was the pledge to his regional peers by the interim prime minister that Fiji would have an election in March 2009 under the existing constitution and that the military would accept the outcome. What does Fiji think today of those and all the other hollow statements and pledges? The reservoir of goodwill that existed on December 5, 2006 is now exhausted. The only support remaining comes from the place-seekers, the beneficiaries and the would-be beneficiaries of the military coup. Nepotism, cronyism and double standards abound while those responsible talk of the need for good governance. In the 12 months following the coup Fiji’s economy shrank by a frightening 4.4 per cent (at least that’s the official figure) while the world economy enjoyed unprecedented growth. There remains little sign of any genuine recovery in Fiji. Businesses have closed, people have lost their jobs and migration accelerates while a man who has lied to parliament and sought to avoid paying tax on his secret overseas millions occupies one of the highest offices of the land. Meanwhile, the National Council for Building a Better Fiji deliberates on patently illegal changes to the constitution through committees co-chaired by members of the interim government who already seem to know much of the outcome of those deliberations. How can someone of the stature of His Grace the Archbishop of Fiji continue to lend his name to this? He surely now must return to his flock. The SDL Government was a racist regime. But at least the people knew they could remove it when the time came. They no longer have that option. The highly dubious payout to senior members of the RFMF is the final indignity for the people of this country. They have suffered enough.””

  5. Mark Manning Says:

    I think the public of Fiji are partly to blame for all the coups .
    Prejudice and fear that Indians will take over Fiji have helped fuel these coups . I believe that the population , all of it , has been manipulated by self interest groups in order that they may retain power and fleece the economy on an ongoing basis .
    To avoid coups , any talk of it should be met with the full force of the law at the time . differences need to be worked out within the democratic process .
    Racism of any kind , should not be tolerated and the public , need to stop being so easily fooled by those in authority and should set aside their own prejudices when deciding what’s best for the country .
    Frank had one reason to do this coup and we all know it was the pending questioning of him by Andrew Hughes over the murders of the 5 CRW soldiers in 2000 . Frank , we all know , has been used by Chaudhry and his mob and now we know it was a bit more than 30 pieces of silver and to more than one Military Officer .
    This coup is as much about money and power as it is about avoiding a jail term . As I said recently , Frank should be building a five star prison with a pool and spa , because he will be in there soon . It’s a far better investment than paying themselves $180,000 each . By the way , 40 times $180,000 is $7,200,000 plus the rest which has been stolen from the Fiji coffers . That’s more than enough to build a decent prison .
    On that note I’d like to suggest that one of the few Military Officers doing anything for the community and a potential Commander , is the Interim Prisons Commissioner !
    This is what Fiji is coming to according to the CIA : – please look at the bottom of the page !

  6. Shri Says:

    Stop drinking kava all night and sleeping all day then having sex all night….the day of doom is just around the corner

  7. Glawyer Says:

    Vore Bainivuaka is a low life lying thief backed by labour party opportunists! Qarase is right in saying that people are angry, its time to let it show…and people are letting it show, right after the coup people were silent because too many traitors were around just waiting to run and tattle to those loser army thugs who were going around beating defenseless people but now its not being contained any longer….people openly swearing at the likes of Baini, Chodo, Aiyarse, Lewinsky etc cause they no longer care or are intimidated! These arseholes are bringing ruin to our country and are doing their utmost to hold on to power because they know without it they’ll be hunted like the swine animals that they are!

  8. Shri Says:

    Bainimarama and Qarase: made in the likeness of Pussyfer.


    Father Bainimarama ‘chose’ Son Qarase to lead the nation:

    Son Qarase rebelled against Unholy Father Bainimarama: tried to usurp Father’s throne.

    Father got angry. Father overthrew Son.

    The Xpected One.

  9. Soul of Fiji Says:

    That is to be expected as the PIG is not in Charge, it is Choro aka snake, RAT….. who is the boss not the idiot PIG.

    PIGs was never known to be smart, good only for the barbie.

    Shri stop shaming your blog name, maybe you are of the same calibre as the IIG, honourable name with dishonourable characteristics….that is using honourable name to hide your true colour.

  10. Peace Pipe Says:

    Angry, yes I am very angry. Not that this was unexpected. But we were kind a hoping he might just turn a new leaf and offer us some hope. But now all that has been dashed and the pig remained the asshole that we thought he was.

    The idea of electoral reform was never in the plan when they met in Tonga in 2007. It only came into being when we had cunning people around like John Samy and i-Arse who devised the idea and now championing it. Have you noticed how the pig was testing the waters earlier by saying the elections was on and then said it was off and kept alternating until lately. When he found that there was minimal resistance to the idea he went into it full steam and now openly proclaiming that there won’t be any election in 2009 not even in December let alone March.

    Its time to take a stand based on his broken promise. More sanctions against these culprits – the army and the FLP. There also has to be an internal movement to fix the problem.

  11. Adi Kaila Says:

    Alexander Downer when he was Australian Foriegn Minister, NZ PM Helen Clark and NZ Foreign Minister Winston Peters were absolutely correct in their summing up of vore – it must have been so offensive for them to have to speak to the uncouth voreqe bainimarama and try to make him see reason.

    vores old red fire school mate PM Feleti Sevele from Tonga must be seething with anger for giving him the acknowlegment he did not deserve when he was over there for the Pacific Forum last year. Remember the photographs that showed vore looking like a drowned rat and out of place when he had to get on the Australians plane to fly off to another part of Tonga because there was no other way for him to get there. He didn’t even have the decency to thank Alexander Downer for giving him a lift – bokola. Malo Freddie – you fully earned the wrath of the Kai Fisi for your ‘show the love’ with vore – now you know why. Some old boys are best left where they are to rot and not cause one in power undue embarrassment.

    Now that demented old fool jocabbage is mouthing off about the ncbbf, fmf and ig & how she deems it all beneficial for the Nation. Please luv just take your loose old mouth and folds of bunofied excessive fat > go and sit under a coconut tree until the heaviest one falls on your vacuous, inflated head. Kemu!

  12. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Adi Kaila,

    Your last paragraph above is a gem of literacy. Thank you.

    Also the message contained within is very powerful.

  13. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    In 1940s in France, a resistance movement grew up out of nothing to assist in the defeat of Nazi Germany.

    The members of the Underground were ordinary men & women who took the risk to help Allied soldiers, sailors and airmen who were temporarily in France.

    This movement started out of nothing; yet thousands of allied servicemen were repatriated back to Great Britain during the war.

    The success of the underground movement was , of course, due to the assistance of the British government. They were the ones who supplied radios and other equipment so that Allied servicemen could be taken back to Britain by aircraft or submarine.

    Perhaps it is time for NZ and OZ to start [and fund] and underground movement in Fiji.

    It’s role would be to do the reverse of what happened to the Germans.

    The movement would not have to spirit people out of Fiji BUT to encourage dissent against the current illegal jaundiced junta.

    It would only need a few well placed ‘operatives’ to teach the Fijians how to use subversive tactics against the green goons.

    It is amazing how a packet of flat head nails can do so much damage to green goon tyres when placed underneath a parked vehicle.

  14. bodyguard Says:

    this decision by the military interim govt is not acceptable.

    the time is right that these ppl need to be ‘taken down’ one by one….start from outside then go in.


    the soldiers need think fast & hard about the implications of this and we must prepare for KILLING THESE BASTARDS.

  15. Orion Says:

    Shri, are you expecting…???

  16. benhur Says:

    Voreqe was a coward even when he was in primary school he was always trying to act tough and always bully smaller kids around? One day he made the mistake to pick on my small cousin who told me all about Voreqes threats during lunch break? After school i called Voreqe over and demanded to know the reason why he threatened my little cousin over the break period? My god i thought that Voreqe was going to faint, as he was shaking uncontrollably,eyes were bloodshot red,he was breathing rappidly and spoke intermittenly with a foreign vowels? Next thing i know, he was wetting his pant and pee was osing down his leg. He was still shaking and was smelling real bad when i decided to walk away from this chikenshit! What i’m saying is; a bully is a bully until someone challenge him and call his bluff…he’ll probably shit his pants before he call it quiet!

  17. Mark Manning Says:

    If you look at the stress on Frank’s face , he’s got to be headed for a massive heart attack !

  18. Adi Kaila Says:

    Man Benhur I wish you’d finished him off right there and then – io okoya na coward dina – he cannot look anyone in the eye – he just can’t make eye contact, always averts his eyes so one is always turning and ducking when speaking with him to gauge his reactions and as human beings we know the eyes always indicate exactly the mood of the person regardless of body stance.

    Hey MM he is a bloody heart attack! that’s the look of madness. Bloody mimica (can’t control his urinary tract – so pisses himself).

  19. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Why is Qarase crying over everything the current government is doing when he was in the same shoes way before his s got kicked out for not listening?

    Qarase do not hold any mandate of the Fijian people anymore. More and more Fijian are beginning to realize that what actually was promised to them by the SDL but was never delivered, is now being delivered by Voreqe.

    Qarase will not come back to power. That has to be clear to all. So lets make things work, we do not need Qarase, there are a lot f more potential genuine leaders amongst us that can genuinely lead us.

  20. Dauvavana Says:


    dua na kerekere levu sara. Lako mada lai cega na liku nei tinamu qai fire taki koya vakamalua, oti qai vakananumi Meri tu>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    As for your point two above, I dare you and your arsehole father Vore to hold an election tomorrow and we shall see the results.

    Dou veicai ga…………maumau na cudru vei kemuni ia e na qai yati mai na colo ni wawa tiko.

  21. anon Says:

    Dauniwalesi as for your point three, we don’t need you either, SONA LEVU.

    Ni bau yadra ka kakua na vakamumuri tu vaka na mataboko, DOU VEITONO.

  22. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Kevaka e sa na donu na veivakasama e rau sa mai toqa toka oqo o Dauvanavaa kei Anon, esa na qai dredre ga na bula. Na i vakatagedegede ni solivakasama ka vakayagataki kei na veivosa tawakilikili erau vakayagataka toka na turaga e rua oqo e dodonu me da na taleva talemada na noda i tovo dina ni rai na i taukei.

    Na veivakasama ni vei lecalecavi vaka kawa i taukei kei na vala kei na tiko yavavala e kauta tikoga mai Qarase, sega ni ko Voreqe. Oqo na i tukuni ni gauna ka sa lesia tu na mai na daunivucu ni vanua.

    Dauvanavana kei Anon, qarauna nomudrau vosavosa, vakabibi ti drau tukuna tiko na tina, baleta eda vakatinani kece wili kina o iko kei ira na tacimu kei ira na tuakamu kei ira na luvemu kece…

    Dauvanavana kei Anon, drau na sega ni kila na dina kevaka e kaukauwa tiko na yalo. Drau vakamalumalumu taka na yalomudrau me drau na rawa ni vakila, rogoca ka raica na na veisau ni gauna ena vinaka vei keda na kawa i taukei.

    Sa dri yani.

  23. Dauvavana Says:


    o tinaqu sa mate makawa so no problems.

    Io o iko dou vevutusona vaka matavuvale baleta e sa rui boidada na nomu vosa ka qai ukutaki tu e na lasu.

  24. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Dauvanavana. Au kerea mo vakacegu. E laurai vei kemuni na tubunidra. E sa rui sakasaka na nomuni tautau ni vosa. Me vulici mada mai na i tovo. kerekere sara.

    Dauvanavana. E ra dau wiliwili e vuqa ka na gadrevi na vosa matau ka rakorako me vaka na noda i tovo na i taukei. Dua na ka mo na vulica. E laurai ni kemuni se gone ka rui vakagoegoneya na nomuni rai.

  25. Dauvavana Says:

    Dauniwalesi na nomu i vakamacala e ra dau kaya e dua nai vosavosa nomu vopsa nomu sona.

    Kakua ni kauta mai na nomudou vesu mona na sotia baleta keimami sega ni gonelalai.

    O mataboko tiko e na butako vakasigalevu kasa kila tu oqo o vuravura taucoko.

    Lako mada lai vuli mo kila na i vakarau ni veiliutaki kei na dokai ni lawa ka kua ni sikasika nomu weli duka e na ka o sega ni kila.

    Sega ni dua na nomu tikina e ke sona levu

  26. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Dauvanavana. Sa oni tubunidra dina tiko.

    Dauvanavana. Sa rauta mada eke baleta oni sa vosa beca tiko na vanua ni veivolavolai oqo. Ni taubaleca na nomuni vosa, e vakaraitaki ca baleta na i tuvaki ni nomuni bula. De oni sega ni tamata bulabula, dau tereni ka vakaukauwa yago me vakataki keimami. De oni sa dau gunuyaqona ga ka sega ni kitaka vinaka tiko na i tavi. Sa dri yani.

  27. Dauvavana Says:

    Dauniwalesi lako mada kubu mada na father eh?

  28. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Dauvanavana. Ni sa tauvimate dina tiko. Ni moce. Oni sa vakamadua. Ausega ni vakabauta ni na taleitaka na nomuni i tubutubu turaga na veika oni tutaka tiko mai

    dauvanavana. sa kerekere sara me sa rauta toka na solivakasama eke baleta sa sega ni dua na ka vinaka oni wasea rawa.

  29. Dauvavana Says:

    Dauniwalesi fire mada mai kubu eke sa bula tu qo totolo sara kua ni vakaberabera taka baleta e vinaka cake mo kubui e sona ka vakaoti gauna nomu vakasama. Vakaraitaka ni ko boci ka ta sukulu.

    Au sega mdaga ni via vakaotia noqu gauna meu sauma yani vaka tamata vuli baleta ni “it does not make any sense”

    Lako lai sili ka masi na bati

  30. Dauniwalesi Says:

    Dauvanavana. Ena vuku ni lewa dodonu, au vosoti iko. Vakacegu.

  31. Dauvavana Says:

    Nomu veivosoiti e sega na betena baleta o iko madaga o duka tu. O totaka ka tu taka na lasu, na tabaraki sobu ni lewenivanua malumalumu, na laba nodra na mataivalu, na butakoci ni lavo ni matanitu, na kovei ni veiliutaki e na gusu ni dakai kei na kucuvi ni dodonu ni veiliutaki vaka democracy.

    Dou cakava e dua na veidigidigi me macala kina na neimami nanuma na lewe vuqa ya e na qai rawa BEKA kina ni keimami na vosoti kemuni.

    Ia e na gauna madaga oqo o ni sa curse taki e na vei sekodi mai veikeimami na tabaraki sobu tu na neimami dodonu kei na rogoca na Kalou na nodra tagi na Marama Tina ka ko ni labata ka gunuva na dra ni luvedra me vaka taki Malasebe, Rabaka, etc. kei ratou na CRW ka ratou sa vesu tu qai labati bulabula e na Noveba ni 2000 ka vakaitavi kina ko Jake Komaitai kei Elia Rokowailoa kei na so tale. Sa tiko vei keimami na yaca ka na qai ceburaki e na gauna e sa na yaji mai kina na colo.

    Sa dri yani.

  32. Adi Kaila Says:

    Hey Sniper – is that dauniwalesi – the same idiot that broadcasts in Sydney always promoting the coup – ex FBC – can’t quite get his name at the moment – I’m sure someone will be able to shed some light on his id

  33. X Says:

    Dauniwalesi: Wadua..sona levu.

  34. Adi Kaila Says:

    dauniwalesi must be isimeli cu something or other

  35. Adi Kaila Says:

    it’s isimeli cerelala – kania na yavana – or smelly cerulala

  36. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Is it really the same Isimeli Cerelala @ Adi K – Na cava sara mada e sa bu rawata tu o la qo?

  37. Adi Kaila Says:

    oi lei – a-N – someone posted here last year that this cerelala person works on a Committee Radio station in Sydney or Melbourne Australia & was actively promoting the 5.12.06 coup on the Fijian Programmes.

    Some people are really unbelievable!

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