Samy clarifies Sir Paul’s role – after his 180 degree turn yesterday
Bloggers, now Samy is trying to sound professional again. This is the same bastard who only yesterday had a ‘Damascus Road’ experience and could not help himself and blurted out the truth. He then tried to deny the same again, but too late. He had spilled the beans. Qarase and the SDL will surely subpoena him if their complaint goes to court and it will be wonderful to see him squirm in his seat because the whole world will be wanting to hear what he has to say because either way he will be damned. Say goodbye to future ADB jobs!
What we at SV also find intriguing is that Samy is involved not in the NCCBF but also influencing Government policy and also that of the President. The NCCBF is supposed to be independent of the illegal junta and also the office of the President because they were supposedly formed by the President. However, the leaked email from Samy to Vore clearly shows his interfering with Chodo and now his revealing confidential information from the President to the Commonwealth Secretariat. It confirms what we had previously said about Iloilo, that he is ‘brain dead’ because people like Samy, Ayarse and others are preparing documents, which only rubber stamps. How unbecoming of a Head of State.
Iloilo reminds me of a line from the movie ‘My Big Fat Greek Weeding’ when the mother of the bride to be, spoke the following words of wisdom to her daughter, ‘The man maybe the head of the house, but the woman is the neck and the neck decides which way the head turns!’ Iloilo is the symbolic ‘Head of State’ because people like Samy,it is becoming more and more obvious are the ‘neck’ and determining and influencing Fiji’s future! SV asks the NZ Govt. to investigate its citizen because his actions are akin to supporting a terrorist regime and charge the bastard!
Saturday, September 06, 2008
The head of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji Secretariat John Samy says that the role of Sir Paul Reeves in the political forum can only be that of a facilitator.
Samy says the President’s letter to the Commonwealth Secretary General had not recommended that Sir Paul be the Chair of the forum.
“Also in that letter the President, he said that Fiji really appreciated the role to date by Sir Paul Reeves, but because this Forum is now to look at the Electoral Reform and Sir Paul Reeves was involved as the chair of the Reeves Commission he was an architect of that, perhaps it would not be entirely appropriate for him to be the Chair. But by that the new secretary general had already written to the Interim PM offering Sir Paul Reeves services so Interim Government welcomed him to come to do the last visit to get the parties together to play facilitating role until the whole things gets going. Those are the facts I know of.”
Samy was responding to some media reports that Sir Paul Reeves had been rejected as Chair of the President’s forum.