Bloggers, this is a sure sign of desperation. The Police who have been inactive over these past few months, have all of a sudden come alive to the ‘sound of music.’ SV says ‘sound of music’ because to all freedom bloggers, opposing the farter Charter and standing up for justice is ‘music’ to our ears, but to the illegal junta, it must sound like an eerie lone lali beat, signifying the passing away of a high Fijian Chief.
SVsays the Police crackdown are signs of desperation because of its inconsistency. On one hand, you have kumi-duka John Samy inciting the majority of Fijians with his farter Charter and gas-bag Yabaki accusing any objectors as not being open minded, yet as soon as Saula Telawa or Komaisavai speak out against the farter Charter and in particular the name ‘Fijian’ they are nabbed!
What has happened to Chodo Jnr’s inciteful interview encouraging Indians to stand up and fight for their rights, including the shedding of blood against Fijians? SV asks kete-poka Teleni, what is the staus of this investigation? What about the Sakiusa Rabaka and Nimilote Verebasaga muder investigations?
The Fiji Police Force should pull their head from out of the sand and their finger out from behind because kete-poka Teleniis dragging their name through the mud and they have already started reverting back to their thuggeryways culminating with the death of Tevita Malasebe and the prisoner almost beaten to death. The quicker they return and uphold law and order, which the Force is directed to do under the Fiji Police Act, the better for Fiji.
SV suggests they can begin cleansing themselves by arresting the following people: kete-poka Teleni (Police), Vore (idoit), Driti (Military), Naivalurua (Prisons), Chodo (Robin Hood), both Eveli’s (boci’s), Aziz (wannabe), Aiyaz (no experience), Nhazhat (wannabe CJ # 1), Gates (wannabe CJ appointed by wannabe CJ # 1), Shaista (gusu kabasu), 50c Joe (king of the namu’s), Lewensky (idoit’s mouth piece – not sure where he puts his mouth, although there is a lot of speculation), Rhisi Ram (lamulamu), Kurusiga (macawa), Daniel Urai (opportunist), Fleix Anthony (liu muri), Taito Waradi (hopeless). Any other names you want to suggest to the Police bolggers!
Saturday, August 09, 2008
Police are currently interviewing a prominent lawyer in regards to public statements made on television recently.
Police spokesperson Ema Mua says the lawyer is being questioned on his statements against the National Council for Building a Better Fiji and on the Great Council of Chiefs.
She says the statement is deemed as inciting and could cause tension in the country. Mua says the Public Order Act is in place and people should abide by it.
Meanwhile police have released a politician who was taken in for questioning last night. Mua says the man was released after being interviewed over public statements believed to be inciting.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation