I have one question for Teleni…the police and the military seem to have been undertaking a lot of drug busts mainly marijuana. The recent worth $2 million. It seems that the police and military are quick to collect the goods when it’s found. Dou kauta tiko i vei na ka dou sa vesuka? Sa rui sivia na vakamacala lasulasu. The police and the military are corrupt to the core.
-sprint 50 laps around a rugby field (under 3mins)
-100 press ups with both hands (non-stop)
-50 push ups with left hand (non-stop)
-50 push ups with right hand (non stop)
-200 sit-ups to help flatten his kete poka (non-stop)
-250 squats whilst carrying the Pig on his shoulders
I’ll make him climb all the coconut trees lining the Nasese sea wall and knock off all the coconuts so no jogger/walker will suffer a potential tarawau or worse!
Then take him out to Nukulau and make him swim back to mainland.
I forgot to mention the other day , when Frank commented in one of his Fiji Times articles that Fiji’s economy etc. has been virtually stuffed since 1987 , ( not his words exactly ) . It was a good point though , that since the 1st. coup , Fiji has either stagnated or been in decline economically and socially .
So is it confirmation , from the Commander’s own mouth , that coups are the problem ?
And when it comes to Pita Driti, the King of the Torture Chambers, who happily tortured the young freedom fighters in the immediate aftermath of the coup, it shall be 50 times more than Ketepoka’s 1st phase drills..
And this time, we’ll take him out to Beqa Island and make him swim back to mainland. Plus we’ll pay the Beqa Divers off to take the day off from SHARK-FEEDING!
So many problems in Fiji !
In Australia , public housing eventually realised that it was better for people to be able to buy their own homes , so many on poor incomes took up the option to buy . The never ending cycle of handouts doesn’t work for anyone , the Government , the local community , nor those on low incomes .
In Fiji , you seem to have the added burden of a lack of land and the Governments inability to provide services etc. because of those land ownership issues .
At the same time , there is the understandable fear that indigenous Fijians will lose their land and identity , in their own land !
What is the solution and would it make any difference who was in power ?
I believe the underlying solution is in a law abiding community .
And that ‘s not there at the moment , through no fault of the majority of Fijians , Indian and Indigenous . These are my views only .
I think education is the secret . If people who can’t manage financially now , because of the Political climate and lack of opportunities , could focus on the education of their young ones , then in time , the next generation will work its way out of poverty , hopefully !
By then , the economic , political and social problems will have improved situation well enough to reduce poverty within Fiji .
Sa leqa gona ni via mai veiliutaki tu ena crimestoppers e dua na matadua who can’t see the real crimes, and can’t tell the difference, they blame the complainants for causing instability, ha, exposing your ulukau & ta-sukulu bavulu, kua na viavia pretend police tiko.
He is a perfect Humpty Dumpty.
Humpty dumpty Teleni tripped over his feet and cracked his eyeball on the concrete, now he has a crocked eye.
Is it the fashion nowdays? Bhika got that kinda eye, TeleniTubby got that kinda eye.
John Sammy looks like he is about to get both his eyes cocked!!