NCBBF not happy with Methodsit Church

That was one of todays headlines in the Fiji Times.

SV’s reaction: “Who cares??”

After all NCBBF is an illegal body involve in an illegal exercise to amend the constitution and is an unelected body.

So if they are disapointed with one of the moral watchdogs of society for saying the truth. Our reaction is short and simple.

Jone Dakuvula, we know you regularly read this blog and we say to you in your face “WHO CARES” what you think.


16 Responses to “NCBBF not happy with Methodsit Church”

  1. Billy Says:

    Who cares indeed what dickheads like Jone D, the chameleon, changing faces where the wind blows $$ his way, mouthpiece during Rabuka’s coup, now full fighting for the charter for bread and butter after funding at CCF ran out and Yabaki kicked him out. Who wants to waste their time on a piece of junk when the very process they use to come to that piece of junk is tainted and immoral, illegal, illegitimate from the beginning. What good governance they talking about? Practice what you preach, illegal tiko gun power and talk about good governance. Dont insult our intelligence!

  2. George of Sydney Says:

    Let me remind the illegal NCBBF, dont underestimate the POWER WITHIN of the Methodist church. Remember the TRUTH IS MIGHTER THAN THE SWORD.

  3. penshu Says:

    How much is dickead Dakuvula being paid for mouthing that crap of his

  4. Nostradamus Says:

    Dakuvula, Samy, and Yabaki are all peas in the same pod.
    Mouthing crap is what they were born doing and will always do.

  5. Billy Says:

    Only problem is they get to lay their grubby hands on my hard earned taxes while poor me get poorer from my paycut.

  6. Mark Manning Says:

    Bring back Peter Foster , please !

  7. Billy Says:

    Don’t ya git me wrong, better Irather remain poor than take a short cut to wealth thru armed robbery, or as an accomplice for ill gotten gains and ol that. No peace there!!!

  8. Peace Pipe Says:

    Dakuvula is a pathetic individual who is like a ship without a rudder. Just goes where the wind blows. You saw his appearance on TV last night? What a poor show poor presentation poor argument. He can’t even speak well. The charter machine appears to be swinging into gear now with TV and newspaper publicising all these supporters words and activities. On the talkback show on TV there were few callers calling in to show their support for the charter. Looks like a staged performance to give positive points and credibility. One indo lady called from Taveuni and says she wants to be called Fijian. Does she know what she is talking about or is it someone in the support team faking the call. The sooner these likes disappear from our midst the sooner sanity will return.

  9. Nostradamus Says:

    The only reasonable assumption is that this whole thing is staged, except for the devastated looks from Muaniveni and other places when they find that the first visit ever from representatives of GOVMIN’ is accompanied by armed well fed goons bringing pieces of paper for them to sign so they can have the privelege of dumping the constitution and living under military strongmen, and not the least bit interested in what they really want – basic necessities of life like food, education, health, and decent roads. If these goons try to pass this off as a referendum to strip people of their political and identity rights they better be ready for the worst.

  10. Striker Says:

    The Church doesn’t need any overpaid crooks of the government coffers telling them that the charter and the NCBBF are illegal and unconstitutional.

  11. Save the Sheep Says:

    Dakuvula is a waste of space and cannot learn from his experience. Remember his commentary that lead to the trashing of Fiji One in 2000?

    He doesn’t care about what he says and he doesn’t debate issues thoroughly. Just makes up his mind and throws it in your face. That is why he is so ‘At Home’ in the NCBBF with all his ‘Birds of a Feather’.

    MM, Foster is in Jail and wont be back for a long long time……

  12. Always 4 Fiji Says:

    John Whiteback visited the Australian National University in 1994 and was supposed to make a presentation on the Constitutional progress in Fiji at that time. Present in the audience was Dr. Brij Lal who was a member of the constitutional review team. The room was filled with reputable researchers and professors of the ANU who were interested in Fiji and its politics. They were all looking forward to Johnnie Whiteback’s presentation. He started off by saying that he was greatly intimidated in the midst of such an audience so he decided not present what he had prepared but to read Ms Taufa Vakatale’s speech in Fiji three weeks earlier on something totally different from what everybody expected. Even when asked about the progress on Constitutional process, he had to be assisted and often corrected by Dr. Lal. That was Johnnie Da then and still the same now. Blown in the wind.

  13. Keep The Faith Says:

    Someone mentioned “rent-a-crowd” in an earlier thread?

    My guess is that the wind-up “rent-a-crowd” set, a la Dakuvula, Shyster et al have been activated to do their thing this week to dispel the negative vibes from the peeps esp as the Methodist Conf is in full swing and not wasting any time by slamming their charter.

    Just keep reminding all our veiwekani to keep well away from the charter meetings not to mention the INSIDIOUS forms they may be making them sign in agreement.

    In addition remind our people NOT to be bullied by veiled threats from charter PR teams of reduced money for schools, health etc in rural sectors if they don’t support the charter. A thousand curses by the way on these losers who have no right to make such threats and we know who you are.

    For all youse employed in Govt who are kissing ass and promoting the charter against the clear wishes of the people, prepare to have your gory details scrutinised on the blogosphere….you have been duly warned.

  14. George of Sydney Says:

    The church stand on the charter is just additional to the other important Fijian institution such as the Provincial Council and the GCC which represent the view of the majority of the Fijian people. Why cant the Illegal Govt consider their view. In the long run, it might dictate the kind of society that will dwell in Fiji tommorow. In enforcing the implemantaion of the charter, the question would be, WHO ARE WE TRYING TO PLEASE AND WHY THE INTERIM PM AND HIS MAIN ADVISER CHAUDRY IS SO KEEN ON THE CHARTER TO BE ACCEPTED AND ITS RECOMMENDATION ACTIVATED?
    At the moment, this expensive charter and the corruptive actions of Frank, Chodo, Sami and senior army officers are crystally clear to the people. As I always say as Jeremaiah the prophet states, :”ONE DAY I WILL PAY YOU ACCORDING TO YOUR DEEDS”

  15. IslandBoy Says:

    Sorry to digress folks, but I am sick of Fijians and Methodists being blamed by the illegal regime. Some of my aunts and cousins are part of an international group and this is what we were sent today. The group is called Gospel for Asia and apart from their website, you can google this – its true!

    Imagine how you would feel if a mob broke into your home, raped your wife and daughters, tried to kill you and then burned your house down—all because you are a Christian. That’s exactly what is happening to our brothers and sisters in Orissa, India, right now. Read the latest update on the continuing volatile situation here.

    Dear friend, I have seen a lot of violence against Christians in my more than 30 years of sharing the Gospel with the people of Asia. I have even been on the receiving end of some of those attacks. But the events in Orissa are by far the most orchestrated and horrifying atrocities I have ever witnessed. Please join me in praying for these persecuted brothers and sisters in their time of great suffering.

    Yours for the unreached,

    K.P. Yohannan
    Founder & President

  16. Cama Says:

    J Dakuvula is just hungry for money. they are corrupt and are blind by their cunning wisdom.

    we want the rule of law uphold and thats it.

    Just a simple thing. “the rule of law”

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