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.
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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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