Bloggers the illegal illegitimate coupsters are at it again – they’re in full denial stating this then doing that – the exact opposite as the silly ig/ag khaiyum piggys potential son in law is apt to do more often than not. What this imbecile and his cronies tend to forget is that the SDL and Fiji were doing very well VINAKA VAKALEVU and the Nation as well as its economy was stable until they hijacked it all and committed treason. As for the statement about good leadership as being shown by his momo piggy – I say to khaiyum, piggy and the ig coupsters – YOU SLEEP WITH PIGS YOU WAKE UP WITH THE SMELL!
SO KEEP THAT ROTTEN STENCH AWAY FROM THE PEOPLE OF FIJI WE DO NOT WANT TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE LIKES OF YOU AND TAINTED BY YOUR EVIL NOR WILL WE BE INFLUENCED BY TAINTED BACON!
7th September 2008
Interim Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has refuted claims by the Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua (SDL) party that the interim government will amend the Constitution to suit their own agenda. Sayed Khaiyum said the interim government had no such intentions and has questioned the patriotism of SDL members.
“They want to destabilize the country and all they are concerned with is their interest, they go out in the media and speculate about uprisings and all sorts of other things, its completely fascicle and completely displacing. “These people are not patriotic, they are not concerned about Fiji, the only thing they are concerned about is their own political careers,” Sayed-Khaiyum said.
“We don’t need this, what we need is good leadership as shown by our Prime Minister, what he is concerned about is building a better Fiji and moving Fiji forward.” According to Sayed Khaiyum, if the ousted PM Laisenia Qarase and his party members are truly concerned with helping Fiji they would have done it when they were in power.
Be proud of Peter Waqavonovono who’s not afraid to tell it in Public. You deserve a medal brother.
As for spinning eyes full chow teleni having the grace and wherewithal to step aside – it’s not going to happen as the police station is too close to all the good eating places in Suva – petty cash and bribes collected from the unwary will keep the ketepoka extended. He will surely side step when the ig is overcome. He’ll be sidestepping faster than piggy ran the ethanol patch dash – yeah it’s going to be a sight to behold – that fat arse dabauing uphill past the lotu katolika. The little girls at St Annes School will have a jolly good laugh at the sight. The rest of us can watch from the gardens of the Fiji Club and cheer him on his way to Coconut Frond and beyond …….the reef? perhaps?
Fiji’s police chief has been asked to step aside to allow his officers to conduct a proper inquiry into the recent treason complaint lodged against himself, the military and its commander Voreqe Bainimarama.
The former ruling Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party had lodged an official treason complaint with police last week. Pacific Centre for Public Integrity (PCPI) campaigner Peter Waqavonovono said in the interest of fairness and to maintain the integrity of the investigation, Commodore’s Teleni’s immediate suspension should not be negotiable.
“The fact that he is included in the complaints list and he heads the Fiji Police poses a serious conflict of interest on his part. Furthermore, he is likely to compromise this investigation,” he said in a statement. And the fact that officers at the Samabula Police Station refused to accept the complaint should be a matter of serious public concern, he said.
Instead the complaint was lodged at the Raiwaqa Police Station. He said it further reinforced public fears that the police is controlled by the interim regime and the military, “and therefore raises serious concerns on whether they can be trusted to carry out their duties without fear or favor within the law”.
Waqavonovono said despite claims by the interim regime that the rule of law was intact, this incident and the refusal of Commandore Teleni to publicly indicate if the complaint would be investigated was further proof of the weakened state of the police force.
“It is deeply unfortunate that the reputation and credibility of the Fiji Police force has been eroded by a “few rotten apples”, following the coup. “It is obvious that there are a majority of professional officers in the police force who are under constant pressure to maintain the integrity and standards of the force,” he added. Teleni has however said that the SDL is just trying to instigate instability.