The state of play post Parmesh Chand

It looks like Frank is going to start crooning the old Mariah Carey standard: “Can’t Live Without You”, Pramesh.

It seems Pramesh must be one of the few people who can stand up to him. Despite his feeble intelligence, Frank must have the rat cunning to work out that he is surrounded by second-rate yes-men who put him at risk. Just go through them one by one and it’s hard to find anyone of integrity who is both reliable and intelligent.

 Leweni’s loyalty is unquestioned, but a cocker spaniel with a blindfold would provide better guidance than the bugle boy of Company Z.

Roko Ului and Eveli G can be counted on for the long haul – the Mara clan have no future in any elected government – but they remain completely detached from ordinary people and reality, which is why they will never win a free and fair election.

Only Ratu Naulukau is a bit of a worry. His resolve has always been only as strong as the last pep-talk he received.

Bole is smart, but not to be trusted. If Frank only knew what he’s been up to.

The Chodopu$$ has no equal in snake cunning but is finding that an economy cannot be run like a union or a political party. An economy cannot be cajoled, bullied or bought with false promises.

If he’s smart Chodopu$$ will cut and run before the sugar farmers and the business community lynch him. (It would be good idea for Teleni to count the silverware before they notice he’s missing. He could well be packing the carpet bag right now.)

Jiko Luveni has shown herself to be a puppet of the Chodopu$$, just like her sister. The two would fall in a heap on the ground if he wasn’t there to pull their strings.

Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi and Tom Ricketts are little better.

I Arse, is more trouble than he’s worth because he’s nowhere near as smart as he thinks he is. 

What can I say about Netani other than the resume he circulated when he became an illegal Minister said he was once deputy head of the “Fiji Intelligent Services”.

That’s my tuppence worth.

Sa dri yani,



9 Responses to “The state of play post Parmesh Chand”

  1. Mark Manning Says:

    That sounds like a good assessment from where I’m sitting . The Interim Prison’s Commissioner is the only one doing anything worth while and is deserving of the Commander of the RFMF title .

  2. newsfiji Says:

    Hey, becareful there MM! Frank just might hear you and fire the Commissioner of Prisons!

    After all, Frank has been known to do things like that – a fine example is the Persona Non Grata given to the NZ High Commissioner just because he was given more respect at a rugby match…

    What a bloody IDIOT!

  3. Dauvavana Says:

    Naivalurua for Military Commander yippee 8)

  4. Mark Manning Says:

    Well newsfiji
    that’s kinda the idea , it would show them all that no one is safe and remember , united they stand , divided they fall like a pack of cards !

  5. benhur Says:

    I’m sure the real reason of chand been dumped, has to do with the way Mai Chodo, want to control the Government and Voreqe ululala? I won’t be surprise if Mai Chodo son,Rajen, is been engineered to take over the job?

  6. Tonga Says:

    Chand was dumped because he was too intelligent and because he had the guts to stand up to the madman!

    They are all dickheads now! The laughing stock of the world.

    Vakaloloma ko Viti!

  7. lauan boy Says:

    the new CEO of govt owned marketing authority is brother of Jiko Luveni the interim health minister. looks like the crooks are gripping every post they can get their dirty hands on and milk govt revenue…

    really a sad day for Fiji.

  8. Peace Pipe Says:

    My reading of this fiasco was there was indeed a misunderstanding between the pig and parmesh on the eve of the meeting with the regional foreign ministers. Parmesh probably wanted to keep to the promised deadline but the pig refused to accept it and instead taking his bad advice from the cunning lot of i-arse and chodo to renege on his promise.

    As you can see parmesh has a lot to lose since he wants to go to NZ where he has PR since his wife is sickly and needs professional medical attention which is absent in Fiji. He is desperate to leave and anything beyond 2009 would be unbearable for him. So both the pig and parmesh are caught in their own dilemma with no compromise except for parmesh to quit. Of all the illegal bunch in the ig he seemed to be more reasonable one who doesn’t evoke any disgust whenever we hear his comments.

  9. LUVfiji Says:

    @MM – you’ve made such an accurate assessment of Naivalurua.

    I hear from a very reliable source, this man, while 2IC to Frank, bodly showed his opposition to the idea of the takeover. That resulted in his extended tour of duty in Iraq. He just wanted to get away from it all.

    Choosing not to have anything to do with the coup on his return, he opted for the Prisons job. Now here is a colourful military career prematurely ended to one man’s greed for power. Naivalurua attended the prestigious British military academy, Sandhurst and came out of there as best cadet officer. He served well through the ranks and was handpicked by the pig when he assumed command to be his Chief of Staff and later Land Force Commander. And what a way to end it all. I am surprised he has not joined the United Nations.

    Yes, I agree with you Manning. He stands out to be the only one capable, from amongst the remnants at QEB, of returning our military to its former glory. Who knows.. maybe he will!

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