Bloggers, well here is gas-bag Yabaki. This bastard is so self-righteous that he cannot see the error of his ways. Imagine the audacity to ask everyone to come with open minds, when he has been supporting an illegal regime that has raped Fiji of it democracy! This is the same bastard who is the Executive of the Constitutional Citizens Forum. They claim to be the guardians of Fiji’s Constitution, yet he pushes ahead with his brother-in-Arms, illegal and unlawful constitutional reforms.
How dare he tells us to come with open minds, when the Charter itself was created by open-minded (at both ends) who are baised towards the illegal junta! I recall a regular contributor’s quoting Dr. Billy Graham’s definition of a worthless Christian and applying it to Yabaki.
The SV Team approvingly quotes it again here for you bloggers information because this definition also applies to Tevi, Serulagilagi, Ralogaivau and cronies: ‘Too heavenly minded of no earthly use.’
Se vaka cava ragone???
Thursday, August 07, 2008
Update: 4:48PMThe Citizens Constitutional Forum (CCF) is requesting analyst to read the recommendations of draft Peoples Charter with an open mind first, before giving their judgements.
Forums chief executive officer Reverend Akuila Yabaki said the draft Charter has an extensive section on how the coup culture can be ended by limiting the role of the military, increasing their accountability, as well as dealing with social and economic conditions that can lead to coups.
Mr Yabaki said the draft Charter also proposes measures for good and accountable leadership, which has sadly been lacking in Fiji.
“The lack of development in Fiji, the coups and race-based problems are all due to poor leadership, which promoted the welfare of the elites at the expense of the welfare of the grassroots population,” he said.
“That’s why the Charter process has consulted directly with ordinary citizens in their communities, as much as possible. The problems and solutions are those that the ordinary citizens can identify with.”
According to Mr Yabaki, the Charter process showed an acknowledgement by citizens and stakeholders in the country, that the public needed to act now to find a solution to the cyclical trend of political and economic problems in Fiji.
“Civil society organisations, social and religious groups, the business sector, academics, experts, as well international well-wishers have contributed to the Charter process,” he said.
“We request people to put aside their prejudices and read this document, keeping in mind the welfare of the future generations of Fiji.”