FLP won’t influence members – my arse says SV!!!

Bloggers, this is taken from the FBCL website. What we find intriguing at SV when reading between the lines is the FLP is really pushing its Members to support the Charter. Here you have Ahmed saying that they told their members how good the Charter is for ‘the people of this country’ meaning ‘Indians’ and also that this way they can do away with having to hold a Referendum! These people are so deceitful, that they simply cannot be trusted! How far they have fallen from the lofty ideals held by the late Dr. Bavadra, Khrishna Datt and other genuine founding members! SV believes the FLP will fell the backlash from the electorate during the next General Elections. Chodo, Koroi and cronies, your days are numbered!!!
Friday, September 05, 2008

Taken from / By: Google

The Fiji Labour Party will stick to an earlier resolution made at its Board Meeting in Ba last month to support the Draft Peoples’ Charter.
FLP Ba branch general secretary and former parliamentarian Gaffar Ahmed says while the party still supports the Charter, it will not try to influence it’s members to do the same.

Ahmed says FLP Leader Mahendra Chaudhry was in BA last week to discuss the draft charter with party supporters.

“Basically the meeting was to inform our people that what charter is, how the charter will be effective or how it will be good for the people of this country so we did not do any referendum case. We just gave a booklet charter to each and every person who were present in our meetings and we asked them to take this book and read and whenever there is a time where the referendum process comes to light, then they will make a decision.”

Ahmed says although the party supporters seemed supportive of the charter, they want to read and understand the whole charter before making their stand.

Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

 

11 Responses to “FLP won’t influence members – my arse says SV!!!”

  1. ispy Says:

    FLP will have no choice but to support the Charter.

    The alternative, which is to reject the Charter and return to Constitutional democracy, will be too costly for their party leader who will likely end up in jail for his role in the coup.

    It doesn’t matter what the FLP management says from now on, its no longer about the merits or demerits of the Charter document…

    …its now about the survival of their Party.

  2. kaiveicoco Says:

    good analysis I spy

  3. IslandBoy Says:

    Ni Sa Bula – Everyone must be thoroughly sick of my digressions and fully realising the warning about religious posts I am asking if we could all just take a momnet to think about the following piece sent to me by a close relative today. I am commending this to you guys because at least for me it lies at the very core of what I think and how I act.

    God Bless
    ————————

    Personal Choices

    “But Daniel made up his mind that he would not defile himself.” – Daniel 1:8 NASB

    There were many ways Daniel could have reacted after he was chosen to become a leader in Babylon. He could have been passive, simply agreeing with everything his captors requested.

    As a Jew in exile, he might have felt compelled to live their lifestyle, go along with their customs, and do what was popular or expected. He might have felt intimidated, afraid to stand up for his convictions, or reluctant to speak out for his faith.

    But Daniel consistently demonstrated his faith in God in every situation. He was not afraid to make a stand and let others know his convictions. He knew he had a choice in every decision, even if this meant challenging orders given by the king’s messengers.

    Daniel took his responsibility to obey God seriously, even as a young man.
    How? First, he “made up his mind.” He resolved not to “defile himself.” He didn’t sit by quietly or participate in activities he felt were wrong. He knew what he believed. He spoke up, knowing this involved both risk and courage. But he did so carefully, and won favor and respect.

    Every day, you are given countless opportunities to make choices about what you do and say, where you go, what you do with your time, talent, and treasure, or what you read and watch. Every time you face a choice, there are vital questions you should ask:

    Are you honoring God? How would He view your actions and decisions? Are you compromising, or are you standing boldly for God and His Kingdom?

    Don’t be silent and go along with the world. Stand firmly for the Gospel. Refuse to compromise. Be ready to speak out when God gives you an opportunity.

    Get involved in your community and nation. Pray. Vote. And be a witness for God and His Kingdom.

    Today’s Prayer:

    Father, help me make the right choices with my life. Give me boldness to speak for You. I take this responsibility seriously. Use me to impact lives. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

    Extended Reading: Daniel 1

  4. Mark Manning Says:

    If you adore idols , you can’t possibly know truth from fantasy !

  5. Jese Waqalekkaleka Says:

    @ IslandBoy, my Tau,

    niu wilika na nomuni vola, au nanuma lesu e dua na talanoa mai noda, ka vakatautauvata tiko e dua na Dauvunau na bula nei Jone kei Jisu, ka vaka koto oqo:

    ‘KO RAICI JISU GA, KO RAICI JONE. KO RAICI JONE GA, KO RAICI JISU. IA NIU LESUVA TALE NA NODRAU BULA, AU SA QAI KUNEA E DUA GA NA DUIDUI LAILAI SARA!

    KO JISU KA MATE, KA BULU, KA TUCAKE TALE ENA KATOLU NI SIGA, IA KO RAPIA CI NO I, KA NA CI TU GA KA TAWAMUDU!

  6. Jese Waqalekkaleka Says:

    @ IslandBoy, my Tau,

    niu wilika na nomuni vola, au nanuma lesu e dua na talanoa mai noda, ka vakatautauvata tiko e dua na Dauvunau na bula nei Jone kei Jisu, ka vaka koto oqo:

    ‘KO RAICI JISU GA, KO RAICI JONE. KO RAICI JONE GA, KO RAICI JISU. IA NIU LESUVA TALE NA NODRAU BULA, AU SA QAI KUNEA E DUA NA DUIDUI LAILAI SARA!

    KO JISU KA MATE, KA BULU, KA TUCAKE TALE ENA KATOLU NI SIGA, IA KO RAPIA CI NO I, KA NA CI TU GA KA TAWAMUDU!

    Me nomuni na kalougata mai vua na tamada sa cecere sara ma Tau! Have a nice and safe weekend eveyone!

  7. IslandBoy Says:

    @ Jese – Sa Malo!!!

  8. Jese Waqalekaleka Says:

    Kua ni leqa mai Tau. Let’s keep up the good fight and we will meet once democracy has been fully restored, but until that time, let’s blog on!!!

  9. painter Says:

    @ IB – that was a beautiful post (above), which prompted me to retrieve my (catholic) HOLY BIBLE just to check out the book of Daniel. This quite impressive-looking huge bible had been tucked away in the corner of the bookshelf, gathering dust, that I actually thought the pages wud be stuck together since I hadn’t opened the good book for so long! Anyway, I hve just read the whole book of Daniel (was not as hard as I 1st thought) and understand why it is cited by many since the trials and triumphs of wise Daniel and his 3 companions were written to strengthen and comfort the Jewish people during their ordeal, and by which many today, could then apply to his/her own plight. The moral of those stories being that men (and women) of FAITH can resist temptation and conquer adversity, which to me, like the 10 commandments, are recurring themes in all the world’s mainstream faiths or am I wrong? Anyway, i’m hardly an expert when it comes to this but I believe that ‘actions speak louder than words’ and that is precisely what draws followers to one’s faith.

  10. painter Says:

    last line should read : ‘… and that is precisely what draws people to follow one’s faith’.

  11. Mark Manning Says:

    This man looks like ( Achmed , the dead terrorist ) on you tube !
    He has one eyebrow !

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