Because of an Imbecile

Because of an imbecile who blogs with the “solivakasama” name in a blatant attempt to discredit this blog we have slightly altered the conditions of posting comments on the SV Blog.

Those who have already posted and commented previously will still have open access to comment on the articles published.

However, for first timers, we will still have to approve your comments before its published.

Once, your first comment has been published ones, you will start enjoying unlimted access to commenting  just like regular bloggers. This access is open to all including Budhau 🙂

On behalf of the team, I apologise for the inconvinience this may cause but for those of you who missed this afternoon, the idiot in question was posting explicits at about 100 lines a posting and he had posted about six (spam attempting to cause chaos on the site) when we decided to cut him/her off.

It seems we’re winning as our foes are getting desperate. Blog on Ragone!

kutu (on behalf of the team)

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57 Responses to “Because of an Imbecile”

  1. Dauvavana Says:

    Woooohooo I still have access

  2. Dauvavana Says:

    I hope gandoo is barred

  3. Talei Says:

    Yay! Me too! 😀

  4. NobleBannerBlue Says:

    bula – just testing!

  5. Ablaze Says:

    Thank you SV I wondered how long before you would take charge.

  6. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Even those getting grey hair waiting to come back to Fiji for another holiday can still speak our minds about the jaundiced junta on SV.

    GREAT!!!

  7. buna Says:

    Thanks SV, that bugger was getting on my nerves esp. When I come here to de-stress!

  8. newsfiji Says:

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    Wa..ha..ha..ha.. to the imposter – DRAU SOTA KEI BARASI!

  9. Ablaze Says:

    The Bainipuaka enjoying the perks of an elected politican in Tonga!

    Don’t you wish he would remain there with the Kai Tongas, Maras, Ulukau and Coka.

    Delegation my arse! Blerry crooks!

  10. wailei Says:

    pote tale of copycat

  11. LUVfiji Says:

    Yes indeed.. thanks for making that stand. Pote dina!

  12. Pusiloa Says:

    Sorry SV. Testing….thank you…

  13. Say True! Says:

    roger!

  14. Save the sheep Says:

    vinaka

  15. Mark Manning Says:

    I thought the Tongans were trying to dismantle the royal family there !

  16. iceman Says:

    bula sv

  17. Islander Says:

    I’m still good to go, thanks SV!

    As a part-Tongan/Fijian it really upsets me that the Tongan government extended an invitation to FB to attend the coronation, this gives the idiot false assumptions that he is accepted and recognized by the Tongan gov’t. Coka & Nailatikau should just go on family ties and not “represent” an illegal regime, especially Nailatikau.

    MM, there’s only a hand full of democracy advocates that want to dismantle Tonga’s royal family only so they can fulfill their on lustful agenda’s. The majority of Tongans support the King, even more so now that he is surrendering much of his powers. Destroy the monarchy in Tonga and that’s the end of Tonga. Just like in Fiji, destroy Fijian institutions that hold the fabric of Fijian society together, and that’s the end of Fiji. In both countries, civil wars and provincial warfare would be the order of the day – we must avoid that at all cost.

  18. Budhau Says:

    Have they banned me yet? – Better luck next time – Duanabanana.

    I think it was Chaudary – he must have hired some folks from the media cell to disrupt this blog.

    BTW did you see that – the Indians either disrupting or taking over Fijian institutions – this time it is the army – they got an Indo, a son of a Girmitiya, as the acting head of the army – couldn’t they find a qualified Fijian to step up to the plate.

    Whats gonna be next – an Indo for PM, I think Chaudary is eying the Presidents post – sort of a retirement package – that way he can get a pension both for being the PM and the President – and then he can move to Australia.

  19. Ex Isle Says:

    Well done SV – it was getting very boring!

  20. aubatinuku-N Says:

    I missed all the fun it looks like, vinaka SV for the maintenance/monitoring of the site…..greatly apprecited!!

    Budhau, Bula gangs!! 😉
    You we have a love/hate relationship with and you keep us well entertained, we appreciate you Budh!! 🙂

  21. anon Says:

    Bud, duanabanana ga i ra. Testing…….

  22. soro Says:

    Bula all – just testing – thanks SV , that imposter was getting tedious to say the least.

  23. buna Says:

    Io, totally agree with this move!
    good to see all the familiar faces that we like back on board 🙂

  24. Peace Pipe Says:

    The kind of treatment the pig received in Tonga is demoralising. It doesn’t make sense. Either that the Tongans are blind and ignorant or this pig has got some kind of magic charm over them. But I don’t believe in that since his charm if he had any has not worked with a lot people in Fiji. Even after reneging on his promise to Tongan PM they still accomodate the bastard.

    We had a good time doing a character bashing on FT online yesterday on the snake’s absurd comments of “coup good for economy”. The coup was certainly good for his, FLP’s and the military’s since most other people have suffered economically through this coup. While most posters attacked the snake there were also supporter who tried to defend the snake. Just like the virus that was infecting SV blogsite they made not much sense but were there to distract.

  25. FijiGirl Says:

    Thanks SV for blocking that scumbag.

    God bless Fiji

  26. Mark Manning Says:

    Islander
    I’m not advocating that they dismantle the Tongan Monarchy , but I have many Tongan friends who suggest that there is much corruption within that establishment . I think it’s good that power is being relinquished to the people but that Democratic Elections should be held and that the Monarchy shouldn’t be involved in electing the various Ministers , as I believe they do now . The recent riots , I believe , were because of either the perception or fact that hundreds of thousands of dollars was being taken by the Royal family there . As I’ve said before , to be born into a Royal title , doesn’t make you an honest nor capable person necessarily . Nepal and Tonga , should keep the Royal family in place to attract tourists as it’s a good money spinner for the economy , like England , but also like England , be removed from the everyday Politics . The difference being , the head of State , the Queen or reigning Monarch in England , is also the head of the Anglican church . I personally respect the concept of the Monarchy and of Fiji’s Chiefly system , but like any system , it relies too much on the honesty and integrity of the individual or individuals in power at the time and they are answerable to no one . Unlike a Democratically Elected Government which can be tossed out if they need to be !

  27. Mark Manning Says:

    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=96557
    Thank goodness Fiji isn’t being run by these misguided people . The ones running the place now ( into the ground ) are misguided enough .
    By the way , it’s not that children have the right to an education , it’s the States responsibility on the children’s behalf , to educate them . The State has an obligation to do so !
    Why does everyone run away from their individual obligations ?
    These families should be given the choice , educate their children or have them removed from their care !
    By not educating the Children , the State for allowing it to happen and the parents , collectively are neglecting the children’s right to an Education . And that is a Human Rights violation . But that seems to be becoming the norm in Fiji these days anyway !

  28. Mark Manning Says:

    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=96560
    How is it that a self appointed Commissioner of an illegal regime has the self appointed authority to investigate or not , matters of assault and attempted murder by his charges ?
    Human Rights abuses are of International interest and should be treated with the seriousness they deserve .
    In Fiji these days , Human Rights just don’t seem to exist at all !

  29. Mark Manning Says:

    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=96561
    Takes you back to the Days of Germany and the 1930’s through to 1945 doesn’t it ?
    Sieg Heil !

  30. kaiveicoco Says:

    well done SV and thanks for being professional in your editorial.

  31. LUVfiji Says:

    I believe he is heading for Beijing to attend the opening ceremony of the Olympics with his Iminister for sports, Filp Bole. For this regime – its all about a joy ride!

    But if Chaud should go down; he aint going alone, thats for sure.

  32. Jone Biutiviti Says:

    Testing…..Testing…….Testing……….Oh Bula Budhau…..Oh man!!!!!! I love this country. Its the government I’m afraid of……I love to differ with my friends…..It makes the relationship last……What say? For the trip to Tonga, its just a bunch cons congratulating another bunch of cons. Blog on ragone!!!!!!!!

  33. NadroKid Says:

    Vinaka Solivakasama!

    Keep on blogging and speaking the truth! The amount of attacks, spamming and actuall attempts to close down this and other freedom blogs is a good sign. Some have said that people are wasting their time on these blogs blogging. I beg to differ, your efforts (freedom bloggers) are not in vain. The truth is powerful. Keep on speaking it.

  34. blah blah blah Says:

    RAW Fiji News is making a headway into the blog world, it seems consistent with its updates. let it come

  35. egregious Says:

    I see that the King of Tonga was also paid P7million for getting out of his companies in electricity and telecoms in Tonga. Not a bad profit!
    I bet he makes Bananamarama even more important by sitting him next to Helen at the Coronation. And B might even get to rub shoulders with George Bush and Sarkozy in Beijing next week. Given that chance with a couple of playboys on holiday, lets face it, he might even persuade them to unlock the funds.

  36. Groggymaster Says:

    Woudn’t it be appropriate – Bainivuaka and Mugabe side by side at the Beijing Olympics. Sir Jim should ask his hosts to host them both permanently – somewhere close to the Mongolian border. I hear the views are great there.

  37. Puf-Military Says:

    Vinaka Kuts!

    Keep it up, keep blogging people!

    Agree with Peace Pipe on how the Tongans still accomodate Piggy. Even after he blamed the Tongans esp Sevele, their PM for promising the election date of March ’09. which they will not honour.

    Their day is drawing near…God is watching and will act in HIS Time.

  38. dauniwalesi2 Says:

    God bless this nation and may His will be done…

    Bless you all

  39. TomasiB Says:

    ok its all good to go. Thank you SV

  40. Talei Says:

    Testing!

  41. Talei Says:

    Right on! I can post.

    MM, I don’t think Islander was suggesting that you were advocating the dismantling of the Tongan royals, at least that’s not what I understood from his/her post. Anyways, you are right, just because someone is royal doesn’t necessarily make that person honest or capable any more then it does for a commoner. Look at the swine Bainimarama, he’s as common as common as they come, and yet he’s got the nation at ransom. How the dumbass managed to pull this off this long is beyond me.

  42. newsfiji Says:

    Talei, you’re very right..but Bananarama’s time is also coming to a close soon…very soon Chodo will announce his resignation (more so – forced to resign)…then Chodo will not this lightly and that will mean Bananarama will have to go to..

    I just can’t stop laughing when i think about it – Chodo thought all along that Bananarama was the one with the ABSOLUTE SAY!

    And then SHOCK HORROR – it’s the mysterious MILITARY COUNCIL that delivers him the message – YOU’RE FIRED.

    Bananarama can’t do much, but buy a little more time! Because after all – Bananarama was a descendant of a BANANA!

  43. Fiji Democracy Now Says:

    SV, Vinaka. We at FDN have also found that a balance has to be struck
    between enabling free speech and filtering or banning graffiti artists whose
    only purpose is to disrupt the free flow of discussion.

    Sometimes banning is the only way to handle disruptive elements, especially those who use smut or porn, which is a favourite tool of regime supporters (and what does that tell you?).

    The only useful role these imbecile’s play is that they remind you of the fact
    that the regime regards bloggers as a threat and the dictator’s men get very sensitive when particular topics are raised.

    One such topic is the CRW killings on 3 November 2000.

    We notice in today’s paper that interim defence minister Ganilau has
    confirmed that the case of one of those murdered soldiers, Selesitino
    Kalounivale, has been re-opened after Kalounivale’s widow. Ana, made an
    official submission.

    No doubt the re-opening of the case will be “handled” by employing the usual foot-dragging and fudge tactics and the Shyster might even weigh in with 40-pages of garble claiming the five murdered CRW soldiers were clandestine members of a foreign army attempting to invade Fiji.

    Incredibly, when Selesitino Kalounivale’s widow first approached Gaunilau
    earlier this year he professed to have no knowledge of the case!

    As the rest of us have known for some considerable time/ the CRW murders are the reason a certain person was so anxious to get his hands on the police files on the case which, under then commissioner Andrew Hughes, was being thoroughly investigated, and had got the to the point where investigators were seeking an interview with one Voreqe Bainimarama.

    It’s no coincidence that when Bainimarama pulled his coup Hughes was forced to flee Fiji because death threats were made to the Commissioner and his family.

    And it’s no coincidence that at the same time Bainimarama’s soldiers were also quick to take over the police armoury, effectively disarming the nation’s police force.

    You can see a very telling presentation on those events at the link below, and we strongly recommend that if Epeli Ganilau and Commissioner Teleni really want to know why Selesitino Kalounivale died, they should take a look
    themselves.

  44. Talei Says:

    lol @ newsfiji, trues sara. SmallBananarama’s time is almost up and it can’t come soon enough. Start stocking up the good champagne guys, it’s almost time for a celebration.

    Yep, Chaudary was fired alright, he’s just trying to save face the blerry swine sucker. He’s trying to slither our the way he slithered in, the menacing snake.

  45. IslandBoy Says:

    Bula SV, have been off-island. Just checking to see if I’m still good to go with you guys?

  46. Islander Says:

    “Mark Manning Says:

    July 31, 2008 at 10:46 am
    Islander
    I’m not advocating that they dismantle the Tongan Monarchy , but I have many Tongan friends who suggest that there is much corruption within that establishment . I think it’s good that power is being relinquished to the people but that Democratic Elections should be held and that the Monarchy shouldn’t be involved in electing the various Ministers , as I believe they do now . The recent riots , I believe , were because of either the perception or fact that hundreds of thousands of dollars was being taken by the Royal family there . As I’ve said before , to be born into a Royal title , doesn’t make you an honest nor capable person necessarily . Nepal and Tonga , should keep the Royal family in place to attract tourists as it’s a good money spinner for the economy , like England , but also like England , be removed from the everyday Politics . The difference being , the head of State , the Queen or reigning Monarch in England , is also the head of the Anglican church . I personally respect the concept of the Monarchy and of Fiji’s Chiefly system , but like any system , it relies too much on the honesty and integrity of the individual or individuals in power at the time and they are answerable to no one . Unlike a Democratically Elected Government which can be tossed out if they need to be !”

    Bula MM, on the contrary – my comments to you was just an FYI. Sorry for the misunderstanding.

  47. IslandBoy Says:

    @FDN – They were out to get their revenge on the sniper based at Battery Hill behiind Parliament during the 2000 Speight coup.

  48. Mark Manning Says:

    island boy
    i don’t have a problem with any posts here , i need the feed back and enjoy the differing viewpoints , now that’s a democracy at work . i think it’s called , free speech !
    but i don’t know what fyi is ! for your information ?

  49. Tim Says:

    Just checking I can still comment.
    I note a few comments on Tonga and bubba-eccentric-hail-me-a-cab-I’m bloody-beautiful, and it’s evolved into a discussion on monachies and the inherent political implications.
    Very interesting.
    I have one or two observations though.
    Firstly, Piggy-wannabe Bunnymurrumbidgee and his delightful wife, whose only concern appears to be Frank’s perceived status and what sort of earn can come of it, shouldn’t misconstrue cordiality, pomp and ceremony that they’ve received in Tonga as ANY sort of support for the discordant cat’s chorus Frank and the bandmaster are conducting across the ditch.
    As David Lange used to say, a moron in a hurry can see through Frank and her-indoors. Just check out the media coverage and any photo, and you can see they’re both drooling with jealousy.

    The Tongan Monarchy is indeed an institution – its been a big part of Tonga’s history. But that doesn’t mean Tongans don’t aspire to true political representation, can’t appreciate times have changed, and that the average bloke now aspires to a little more than hero worship. It was only a couple of years ago that Tupou was prancing around conceitedly making comments about “how uncivilsed” his prospective subjects were. It didn’t go unnoticed, but at the same time, respect for the institution can take regard of the inadequate personality that represents it, if in the end the guy does the right thing – as he’s just announced.
    Tonga is making progress – even its anti monarchists would concede that King-Eccentric-Luv-Me-London-Cabbie’s recent announcements re democratic reform are welcomed.
    Whereas Tonga makes progress, its immediate neighbours are not, and are still coming to terms with the opportunity that fell in their laps 38 years ago. The concept of democratic representation – the will of the people, rather than the will of a few.
    Tupou is a funny little eccentric munter. He has respect out of his lineage which is part of the love accorded his ancestors. That doesn’t mean people can’t be cynical about certain things. Reality is he’s as camp as a Carry-On Movie or a row of Teepees, and loves all the pomp and ceremony (including uniforms et all) that goes with a British Colonial past. People can continue to have respect for the guy and history, but not necessarily agree with the bullshit reality that goes with it, or that is no longer workable – such as the past politics.
    I must admit to having a certain respect for his father – even though one could see the accumulation of wealth and the crassness of it all, including the money and investment parked up in his own little Castle in Auckland whilst the poverty stricken were busy propping it all up. He was some fat lazy bastard, loved by many but serving no useful purpose. So was my father-in-law! Both were so bloody gross it was inevitable they’d self-destruct! Could be that Monty Python was paying them a tribute when they devised “the meaning of life”. I’m glad I wasn’t in range of the splatter.
    Times change (thank God).
    I occasionally see comments in here that almost worship Winston Peters and Helen Clarke, among others. Neither are perfect. They do have a certain principle however that eludes most in Fiji’s pathetic little junta so far. Both can claim to have earned their keep as well.

    I’ve seen Costello worshipped. Thank Christ that paternalistic , smug, holier than thou asshole never got to be PM in Australia, and I wonder how Howard ever survived as long as he did. But: Karma – he’s got his just deserts and survives on a pile of memories.
    We’re possibly about to see a Costello equivalent (a pretender with half Costello’s intelligence) become NZ’s next PM – he even has difficulty with speaking a language that most understand, but a lot love him cos they perceive some sort of poor humble state house lad with a solo mum making good (judged solely on monetary wealth and speculation on economies). Took me a while to figure out the strechies he was talking about weren’t those bungy like things you keep your load tied tightly to your vehicle, but rather “strategies” (and even then it appeared most of the stretchies were authored by Helen and her mates anyway.

    Point is, amongst the few poltishuns mentioned, some of who I detest, ARE ELECTED. They’re at least accountable to an electorate at a ballot box. If they’re total fuckwits, they do not survive. And in the main, if they stuff up badly, they eventually get held to account.

    As for the impact of NZ and Australia’s monarchy, governmental business goes on in spite of them rather than as a result of them. They’re largely irrelevant. In fact in NZ’s case, they’re probably more of an asset than a problem simply because of the ineffectual legalese that goes with it.

    What’s amusing (and sad) is that while Fiji became a Republic, it appears it still hasn’t come to terms with the impact, and with 4 coups to its discredit, people are starting to wonder whether it really wants to! It’s either that, or there is a sizeable number of wannabe bullshit artists that have access to resources such as guns, that they really shouldn’t be in control of.

    There Fiji has some dribbling fuckwit of an old syphilitic goose without the guts to tell those that illegally usurp power to fuck off. What respect does he deserve, and what sort of legacy does he think he leaves his offspring?
    Yet in spite of all that, there you have a bipolar, selfish, cowardly, menatlly ill despot with the intelligence of a flee and a preoccupation with looking good (uniforms and homey caps and all the trappings), leading the country on a firm foundation of solid bullshit and LIES.
    The prick is so arrogant, he hasn’t yet realised that most people regard him as a total embarrassment.

    Isn’t it mildly amusing that of all the cowardly despots in recent times – i.e those that rant and rave about neo-colonialism, racism, how hard done by they’ve been (cos the ‘big bruvva’ neighbours won’t go along with their bullshit) – and I’m thinking of Mugabe, Musharif, and Bainimarama, JUST for starters, LOVE to dress up and represent themselves in the very uniforms, the pomp and ceremony they try to criticise and say have done them wrong. Hitler was the same!. Little men with inferiroty complexes whose only success comes from weaponry or the threat of it.

    Unfortunately it would never happen, BUT if Queen Liz (bless her cotton socks and corgies) waltzed through Suva in all her glory, and happened upon a white uniformed Bainimarama, I’d put bets on Frank’s uniform rapidly turning brown around the midrift, and Mere would be grovelling like some slimy discharge you see around sewerage treatment ponds.

    Fucking pretentious wankers! All bullshit and no substance

  50. Tim Says:

    HEre’s a thought too: After the Second World War, many Berliners and neighbouring towns’ population were forced by the allies to tour the surroundings, and witness the results of concentration camps, the torture and distress their beloved Furher inflicted on his “subjects”
    Perhaps those junta supporters might benefit from a tour of the poverty stricken, those that have been beaten, those that are struggling in inadequate healthcare, slums, beggars, street workers – you get the drift.
    Perhaps not! Without their SUV’s to prance around in and practice their imagined glory, they’d disappear up each others’ asses qucker than Chodo can say “the Economy is doing well”

  51. IslandBoy Says:

    @Mark Manning – I have no clue what you’re on about!

  52. Dauvavana Says:

    Mark Manning over does it and all he does is hang around this blog all day.

  53. Mark Manning Says:

    No I don’t !

  54. LUVfiji Says:

    I think MM meant to address that post to Islander rather than IslandBoy. Simple mistake.. simple solution. Come-on guys!

  55. Jon Jon Says:

    thankyou SV…spam the idiot

  56. Soul of Fiji Says:

    The IIG and their supportes are getting desperate to try and shut down SV

  57. nochi Says:

    @dauvavana, wot’s yr prob matey? Vaka mo J taki MM jiko, lewai iko ga!

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