Bainimarama on Critics – memu sici says SV!

Bloggers,Vore does not know his face from his arse. Here we have him saying those objecting to the Political Dialogue Forum are the ones spoiling the leadership of his illegal junta! How stupid is that! His illegal junta is constantly facing problems and changing the ground rules because they do not have the mandate of the people. Each corner they turn, they are faced with strong opposition. Instead of blaming the objectors, they should ask themselves, why are there so many people objecting to their illegal junta? The answer is simple – you idiots usurped political power in Fiji by committing treason!Vore knows the objection will continue and grow bolder each day and now with the indefinite suspension of General Elections. The brain dead President Iloilo has rejected the NFP’s request to dissolve the illegal junta and convene a Government of National Unity. We doubt very much he is capable of making such a finding, but the wannabe AG Ayarse is replying in his stead. SV hopes these developments will cause now people to rethink their participation in the illegal junta and start to think of mobilising to put an end to this illegal regime. Stop being decieved! It is no longer ‘a bread and butter issue’ but your very survival! Civil Servants need to go on strike together with nurses, doctors, teachers, labourers, etc. SV urges the Methodist Church and other civil societies to plan together civil disobedience measures to put an end to this illegal junta. Fiji’s trade deficits have reached $1.2b for the 12 months ending September. Where is the economic wizard Mahendra ‘Robin Hood’ Chaudary? This bastard jumped ship when he realised the International Community was not going to give him an inch and the fact that whatever goodwill he may have had as a result of the Rabuka and Speight coups have dissipated! We urge civil societies that now is the time to act to throw these evil bastards out and bring them to justice!

Saturday, October 04, 2008

 

Taken from / By: Google

Fiji’s Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says people who are rejecting the Political Dialogue Forum are the very ones who are spoiling the leadership of the interim government.
Bainimarama was to the interim government critics – deposed Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, Former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka and SDL director Peceli Kinivuwai.
He says the SDL Party are confusing themselves by saying they will join the Forum and at the same time they are also saying they will not join. Bainimarama says People must not listen to people like Rabuka and Qarase because they are mis-leading the country .
Qarase had earlier told Radio Fiji News they will have to await the appointment of the forum chair and what the terms of reference is before they will make a decision on their attending the Forum. Bainimarama had also stated the Political Forum will only get underway after the Peoples charter is in place .
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation LTD

19 Responses to “Bainimarama on Critics – memu sici says SV!”

  1. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    I notice on Fiji TV that this is mental health week.

    Perhaps someone close to bananasinpyjamas should point out to him that HIS mental disorders are the reason why so many people are opposed to him and his jaundiced junta.

    Hilter was a syphallitic bipolar madman and this clown is the same.

    It is now time for Mr Q to up the ante and call for support to bring this moronic military junta down.

  2. painter Says:

    @ SV – the way I see it, the people will march together, in unison, when they are ready, or at the very least, when the majority of our people are ready, certainly not before. They also need good leadership… where are they?

    U’re probably right that the Vore may not know his face from his arse, but its worse when you realize that you can’t even trust the useless bunch of morons in his MILITARY COUNCIL to find their arses even if you kindly provided them with a map!

  3. penshu Says:

    And, violently, if possible – that is the only way these thugs will go – I am sure Aiyarze will run to protect his backside – a violent uprising will mean many of the supporters will flee for their lives – including the drunk reverend with his whisky bottle, dakuvula with his big hollow mouth and countless others

  4. FijiGirl Says:

    How can you ‘spoil’ something that is completely rotten in the first place?

    @ penshu – no violence, please. We can achieve our freedom without resorting to violence, or giving the bipolar pig any reason for opening fire on innocent people (something that he is desperate to do). If we resort to violence, we lose our dignity, and Chodo will use that to his own evil self-seeking ends.

    No violence.
    Tabu soro
    God bless Fiji

  5. Mark Manning Says:

    fijigirl
    as tempting as violence is to bring things to a quick end , he who resorts to violence , has already lost the fight !

  6. Mark Manning Says:

    I want to buy the copy rights to the charter farter and print it on toilet rolls . Then we can really start cleaning up ! And down . And across !

  7. Mark Manning Says:

    Civil disobedience is the most effective and safest option .
    Has anyone heard of rolling stoppages ? One lot stop work which holds up everyone , then the they come back to work , but the next lot stop work and hold everyone up again and then they go back to work and then the next lot stop work and hold everyone up etc.etc.
    Now is the time to lobby the United Nations to really put the financial screws on Francis and Co.
    However , i still think that hairyaziz , shamimi , and others like them should have their families terrorised .
    There’s an old saying , one should never shit in one’s own nest .
    And that’s exactly what these idiots in the junta and their supporters have done .
    George Speight must be laughing his head off !

  8. painter Says:

    lol @ MM – the kids in kindergarten at my village are using those nice glossy papers to make paper objects that they decorate their classroon with. At least taxpayers money was put to good use in that regard.

  9. Save the Sheep Says:

    A general strike is the only way to go. Trouble is the Unions are so full of opportunists and thieves that they no longer understand the meaning of the word Solidarity.

    Hey Fiji, its OK to go without pay for a couple of weeks believe me to rid us of this tyrant.

    If we strike let the villages come and assist with food etc.

    Go Fiji Go

  10. Say True! Says:

    Where are the leaders of Fiji – Religious, Chiefs, SDL, NFP, NGOs, Civil Servants, Businesses, and citizens etc ? Who dares to stand up and lead the peaceful protest by walking the talk. Leaders apply for a permit to march in all major towns and present a petition to the President and delegated representatives in each town. Who has a strong enough conviction to take on the call expected of a leader. Enough talk, now lead the walk. That’ll be about 750,000+ of us behind you.

  11. Billy Says:

    Civil servants, unions should strike! Cripple the economy. Dont buy from supermarkets, buy from market vendors. Parties/churches apply for permit, if none given, just give the meeting point and everyone congregate there at specific date, time. Absolutely no violence, church leaders must stress to followers. This is about rescuing our nation, no longer abt passively allowing these thugs to ruin our nation. SDL leaders, if you can not act NOW to take this crisis head on, you may never act all and lose an opportunity to vindicate yourself. Testing times are here, let’s see you stand on your legitimate mandate. God bless Fiji!

  12. Ablaze Says:

    How about we ask SV to give us a date and we just all meet in Fiji for a church service. It doesn’t even have to be organised by the church. We just turn up for a church service wearing all the same colour clothing and a ribbon.

    March 2009 when they were suppose to hold elections.

    We should do this first.

  13. Peace Pipe Says:

    SDL is beginning to show the right mettle by carrying out all these actions of late. From these we could step up the tempo. This is not the time to worry about intimidation and threats. The world is watching and we are waiting for right leadership to rescue the country. I think they have the right numbers to be able to succeed. Come on Qarase it is time to show leadership and courage that is noteworthy if you still intend to be a leader. All avenues of pragmatic approaches have been exhausted. Its time for the other options.

  14. Save the Sheep Says:

    Now he says the political dialogue forum will only take place when the Charter is in Place..

    So what happened to consultation Mr Bainimarama??

  15. Mark Manning Says:

    okay, now , 1st. of all , the government is elected by the people after the people have voted for their respective members of parliament .
    now , everyone is asking for the leaders to come forward , but the fact is , you , each and everyone of you as individuals , are in fact the leaders , because without your vote in the 1st. place , they wouldn’t have been elected to government .
    so don’t call for the leaders to lead you , it’s you who must lead the leaders . They can’t do it on their own and Francis and Co. are cowards and can’t confront 10,000 determined citizens .
    What will they do , shoot you , imagine if they tried that , Francis and Co. would be strung up like Mussolini :-
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7505206005162881172&vt=lf&hl=en
    Could this be how Francis will end up if he turns his troops on it’s people ?
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6941362338855389226&vt=lf&hl=en
    Watch this to the end !

  16. Mark Manning Says:

    Has everyone forgotten that the President doesn’t have the power to act in his own right except in exceptional circumstances and even then , his powers are very specific and very limited .
    The president only takes his instructions , only from the Prime minister . The president , doesn’t have the authority to declare anyone to be Prime Minister , that is the perogative of the Parliament only
    So I’m sorry , but it’s a croc of shit to think that the President has the Legal Authority to appoint Francis as Prime Minister .
    Anyone who believes this is deluded like Francis .

  17. Mark Manning Says:

    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6941362338855389226&vt=lf&hl=en

  18. Bechu Says:

    I just suggest that we also should continue to push for the appointment of a VP

  19. George of Sydney Says:

    COMPARISON – QARASE VS BAINIMARAMA

    EDUCATION & PROF QUALS
    Q – MASTERS DEGREE
    B – ZERO
    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Q – Q WAS ALREADY A HEAD OF DEPARTMENT WHEN B WAS STILL IN SCHOOL (BOCI)
    B – NAVY
    LEADERSHIP
    Q – REGISTRAR OF CO-OPERATIVES
    PS FINANCE
    MAN DIR OF FDB
    MAN DIR MERCHANT BANK
    PROVEN LEADERSHIP IN CHURCH AND COMMUNITY
    A RESPECTED PM AND LEADER
    B – COMMANDER OF NAVY (ALL VAKAVANUA)
    LEADERSHIP BY FORCE

    DIFFERENCE
    Q – WAS SELECTED BY THE OWNER AND THE PEOPLE TO CAPTAINED THE NATIONS BOAT
    B – HIS BOAT IS SMALL AND IS FORCING THE PEOPLE TOCOME ABOARD ALTHOUGH IT IS SO SMALL LIKE THE MEMORY CAPACITY OF HIS BRAIN.

    CONCLUSION
    QARASE IS STILL THE BETTER OPTION BECAUSE HE HAS A PROVEN EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP RECORD. HAS THE RESPECT AND CONFIDENCE OF THE CHIEFS, LEADERS AND THE PEOPLE.
    BAINIMARAMA’S LACK OF RESPECT AND ATTITUDE PROBLEM IS DISGUSTING.

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