Charter team points to interim Minister to defend awareness in schools

One National News

 

Bloggers, Dakuvula, Akuila Yabaki and John Samy will go to any length to spread the farter Charter and now extend making it compulsory for Principles and Teachers and then brainwashing students on how to act illegally and change the Constitution through unlawful means. The young people of Fiji are now being subjected to this illegal farter Charter. SV asks how many of these young people will actually comprehend and understand what these idiots will be telling them? Were any school students involved in the NCBBF when the farter Charter was formulated? The illegal regime is now trying to convert and brain wash these young people to their unlawful goals and has no concern whatsoever on the long term disastrous effects for Fiji. SV prays for the time to come quick when these bastards are made to pay for the worst man-made catastrophe even inflicted upon the peoples of Fiji!


14 Oct 2008 17:59:54

 

The Technical and Support Secretariat of the NCBBF says the decision to take the draft Charter to schools was made by the interim Education Minister. According to officials, they will only facilitate the workshops approved by the Ministry and the involvement of students is based on proposed electoral reforms.

 

One National News revealed last night that principals and head teachers have been tasked to accommodate awareness programs in schools. An Education Ministry directive means all teachers and students above the age 18 will attend the workshops.

 

The NCBBF secretariat today says there is a valid reason for these youths to be aware of what’s contained in the charter. We asked Dakuvula whether they are willing to take away crucial learning time for the sake of the draft document.

 

Principals will need to seek parental consent for students attending the workshops. Meanwhile, the Secretariat says detailed reports on the number of feedback forms are yet to be obtained from the Divisional Commissioners.

 

But this envelope sitting at the Secretariat office today, could suggest otherwise.

 

36 Responses to “Charter team points to interim Minister to defend awareness in schools”

  1. Ablaze Says:

    While they are visiting the schools explaining the charter farter can they also have someone explain to the children that coups are illegal because it is an act of treason and the fact the charter was derived under these circumstances.

    For the Primary school children – put simply.

    You COUP You Go To Jail For Life!

    You Want To Be The President Or The Prime Minister Of Fiji You Must Work Hard At School And Pass All Your Exams. Then You Wait Until The People Vote You To Become The President or The Prime Minister Of Your Country!

    When You Become The President Or The Prime Minister You Must Put The People First.

    Do You Know This Man Frank Bainimarama? He Is A Very Very Bad Man Because He Couped To Become The Prime Minister Of Our Country!

    Raise Your Hands If You Think This Man Should Be In Jail!

    Not Surprising All Hands Were Up!

    No need to spend hours explaining the charter. The children shown their preference.

  2. ispy Says:

    I was very suprised to see Prue Rouse’s letter in the FT calling the Magna Carta “the English equivalent of the People’s Charter”

    Whahahahahaha….

    What a comedian this lady is….

    The Magna Carta is an ancient bill of rights. It was originally called the Magna Carta Libertatum (Great Charter of Freedoms). It summarised, amongst other things, the rights of the King’s subjects.

    The People’s Charter on the other hand is simply a Strategic Plan for restructuring Fiji’s political and economic landscape… with a view to shifting economic wealth and political power to Bainimarama and his loyal followers.

    The two documents are in fact about as similiar as a paper clip and a banana.

    And one thing’s for sure, the authors of the Magna Carta were definately not seeking immunity for their “good” deeds.

  3. Keep The Faith Says:

    Parents write to principal’s of your schools and ask to know when they Charter Crew are coming. Then keep your kids at home on the day.

  4. ispy Says:

    And as for trying to brainwash/intimidate children into supporting the People’s Charter (ie. in order to bolster up their stats)…. well thats just despicable.

    It goes to show just how desperate this regime is.

    Next they’ll be recruiting support from kindy…

  5. Keep The Faith Says:

    I think Ispy calling the Charter a Strategic Plan gives it way too much value then its really worth😉

    It’s more of an ummmm bollywood script of woulda-, coulda- and shoulda- beens with a plea to bring out the violins on racial discrimination (read MAJORITY OF THE POPULACE).

  6. Keep The Faith Says:

    BTW folks. If you wanna see the people who sold Fiji out and stepped out to celebrate Fiji Day also known as the rent-a-crowd set view them here:
    http://www.fiji.gov.fj/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=fj2008&page=1

    Note: STRICTLY recommended for overseas bloggers in the event they are tracking IP numbers for local browsers.

  7. Cama Says:

    I think the launch of Digicell was overwhelming than FIJI day celebration. The march was compulsory to all civil servants but not from personal conscience. if it was not for the compulsory circular, there will be nobody to march on this day.

    Innocent school schildren came out in numbers as was compulsory in certain school otherwise, it will be a ghost celebration.

    Just look at the pictures of the march, even during Hibiscus carnival march, the streets was inundated with the numbers streaming out to catch a glimpse.

  8. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    KtF, great idea; keep your kids home and tell them not to sign anything.

    Ispy, don’t go giving the illegals any more ideas. Though I guess it will be a dead giveaway when sliyi sami counts forms with a crayon scribble on the bottom.

    Imagine the scene:

    slimy sami; Hands up all those who want a lollipop? Good! Put a scribble on the bottom of the paper and then bring it here for your lollipop. If you don’t know how to hold the crayon, then those nice men with the guns will do it for you.

  9. Mark Manning Says:

  10. Mark Manning Says:

    http://bible.cc/matthew/7-15.htm

  11. Mark Manning Says:

    Beware of false profits lest yee be broke by the end of the week !

  12. Mark Manning Says:

    If I was living in Fiji and some mongrel bastard tried brain washing my children with their bullshit , I ‘d consider paying someone to take out those responsible , and I don’t mean to lunch !
    6 bullets into the heads of 6 in the Regime or Military Council , is all it would take .
    Once respect for the Children is gone , there is nothing left .
    Someone replied to one of my comments on the Fiji Times in early 2007 , saying that the CRW soldiers were killed because it was an act of war and therefore it wasn’t murder !
    Well , I’d have to say , that what Frank and Co. have done to Fijians , is equally an act of war , especially now they are targeting the innocent children .
    How any of you have remained friendly to your own flesh and blood in the Military , is beyond belief !

  13. Mark Manning Says:

    http://www.usp.ac.fj/journ/docs/news/nius3097shoot.html

  14. Jose Says:

    Smells like one of the many vehicles of the United Nations. Re- educate the minds starting from an early age. Produce a generation of people with likewise minds. False education in the making. PARENTS, BEWARE. Our children are going to be taught disobedience towards you instead of Honour Thy Parents. Honour God. Our children is the target for mass future compromise with evil. Never mind the current generation. They will die out. The children is the future growing up with re-educated minds that accepts everything that is unacceptable. There is only one TRUTH. The BIBLE. Teach our children in the way they should go and they will never depart from it.

  15. aubatinuku-N Says:

    Using children is the lowest of the very lowest level that these gutter people are stooping to!
    Simply disgusting!!
    This is just like how terrorists use human shields and all those stolen African children drugged and abused for slavery of BLOOD DIAMONDS!!

    Voreqe Bainimarama’s illegal regime is now stooping to using and abusing the apple of God’s eye, children.

    “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep.” (John 10:10-11)

  16. Peace Pipe Says:

    Scratching the bottom of the barrel thats what these desperados are doing. These young minds are in receptive mode and will be easily swayed and brain washed into believing the crap they are dishing out. Its bad enough to fill the innocent young minds with BS but to get them to sign up the response is going overboard. They are taking advantage of everything since that puf gaytes has given them the legal certificate to do about anything now.

  17. church mouse Says:

    Senior students have enough to worry about at this time of the year so an 8o page wishlist and propaganda sn’t what is needed. Also, I think that the term ‘under duress’ should be put in highlights as that’s what has been happening time after time. It ought to have been considered more in the recent ruling by the court. I was taught in one legal subject that nothing is legal if the action or words were made ‘under duress’. Tui Savu, is that correct?

  18. patience Says:

    It is clear that the illegal regime will stoop to anything to get signatures on the charter forms. Never mind the signatures of 30,000 civil servants and 13,000 18 year olds in schools, was obtained by duress and intimidation.

    So the charter will be implemented on the authority of maybe 100,000 signatures of citizens over 18 years old.

    Then President Iloilo will start to promulgate decrees to implement the charter.
    – Like the required amendments to the constitution to reform the electoral system.
    – Like changing the appointing authority for the President (GCC) to the National Charter Council (chaired by Bainimarama).
    – And decrees to change the citizenship rules.
    – And decrees to change native land laws.
    – And decrees to prohibit praying to particular Gods, but rather to pray to the new agey concept of God being pushed by the charter despite the ‘separation of Church and State’ principles of the Charter
    – And decrees to ensure the army and disciplined forces can act with impunity and impose their views and rules on the people of Fiji
    etc etc

    The illegal regime is working to its own program.
    The rfmf seized control of the whole of government two years ago. Next they will go after any independent bodies that don’t toe the rfmf line – churches, political parties, individuals, ngos. And the regime will promulgate decrees to give itself powers to dismantle, scatter and silence all opposition.

    We the citizens stay away from the charter forums in droves. Those who are civil servants are forced to sign the forms or lose their jobs. Those who are not civil servants don’t sign the forms. But equally, we are oppressed by the insidious nature of the illegal regime.

    It seems clear that such an unjust regime cannot last. But look: they have lasted 2 years. While we who oppose the regime are certain of this, the regime continues to think on its feet, continuing to make it up as it goes along, all is cover up, all processes including court processes are sham, because, ultimately, the guns of the rfmf and the threat of force are their ultimate resort. And the bullets will not crumble, nor will the guns rust – not as long as the rfmf control the finances and keep ordering new ammunition and supplies.

    So what do we do: keep a constant vigil, documenting and recording the corruption, mismanagement, fumbles, miss-steps and mistakes of the regime. And we remain constant in our opposition. Let us not sleep. Let not our children to attend charter brainwashing sessions. Tell our less informed relatives and neighbours about the charter smokescreen. Remind them about the crimes of this illegal regime. Advise them not to sign the charter forms and to boycott the charter forums. Advise them that ensuring the failure of the charter is helping to ensure the failure of the regime.

    Lets get our website going and strategise freedom bloggers!!

  19. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    What is needed now is for the nation to stop at 9am next ****day to protest the lack of democracy in Fiji.

    Don’t gather in large groups where the sadistic green goons will use water canons, etc, but protest individually and where you are at the appointed hour.

    Just imagine the effect it will have:-

    * if the whole nation came to a halt at 9am and 700 000 people each held up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””

    * if every car, taxi, bus and truck came to a stop, the occupants got out at 9am, and everyone held up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””

    * if every pedestrian stopped walking at 9am and held up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””

    * if every teacher and student stood up in their classrooms at 9am and held up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””

    * if every public servant walked outside of their building and at 9am held up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””

    * ………. … …. .. …. ….””DEMOCRACY NOW””

    The ripple effect of this silent protest would be enormous.

    Fijians, you landed a giant blow to the illegal jaundiced junta when you stayed away from their military charter meetings and rejected the military charter.

    Fijians, you landed a giant blow to the illegal jaundiced junta when you stayed away from the Fiji Day mourning.

    Fijians, Vilise landed a giant blow to the illegal jaundiced junta when he staged his one man protest.

    Now it is your turn.

    Is there a leader in Fiji, a chief in Fiji or another ‘Vilise’ who can take up this call and lead the protest?

    Are their ministers, priests, rabbis, etc who will lead their flocks to take up this noble cause?

    Are their trade union leaders who are willing to stand up for democracy?

    Are there parents who are willing to explain to their children why they must stand up in class at 9am and hold up a sign saying “”DEMOCRACY NOW””?

    FIJIANS, you must protest!

    Don’t let Vilise’s efforts be in vain.

  20. Mark Manning Says:

    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_was_going_on_in_Germany_before_and_when_Hitler_was_in_power

  21. Mark Manning Says:

    http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/night_of_the_long_knives.htm

  22. Mark Manning Says:

    No one is safe under this regime and it’s time that the Military Officers woke up to themselves before it’s too late .
    It would appear that Frank is a patsy for other people behind the scenes , as was Rabuka .

  23. Endurance Says:

    Not only students should stay home on that day, but teachers as well. Apply for your annual leave.

  24. Endurance Says:

    sorry SICK LEAVE!!

  25. Ablaze Says:

    @ Budhau, once again the green goons, your employer panicked after reading our comments yesterday, so made sure you did your job first thing this morning. You commented on everything except the most vital precious commodity in any society, the welfare of our children.

    I think you forgot to do your homework or did it jolted your brains that taking the draft charter into the school was nothing more sheer exploitation of innocent children. You were speechless when you read it.

    I will do your homework for you by listing the others comments that pin points the exploitation of innocent children.

    I say before explaining anything to the children tell them this first; “You Coup You Go Jail For Life” and see who is smart enough to heed that advice. My bet is the children will have more brains than the NCBBF, green goons and all their supporters.

    One question for you, Why doesn’t the Pig declare Fiji a Dictatorship and him the Dicktator? Is it because he and his Regime won’t get the attention they crave for internationally? Piggy and his Piglets will only have their supporters to show off to – ain’t much fun, what say Budhau. Stop buzzing around like a busy bee, sit still and read the comments below and if we are lucky we may see you hand in your resignation. Let us know if that is the case. Then Piggy will have one less stupid supporter and congratulations to you!

    Ispy: “And as for trying to brainwash/intimidate children into supporting the People’s Charter (ie. in order to bolster up their stats)…. well thats just despicable.”

    Keep The Faith: ” It’s more of an ummmmm bollywood script of woulda, coulda and shoulda – beens with a plea to bring out the violins on racial discrimination.” (read MAJORITY OF THE POPULACE)

    ex Fiji Tourist: ”
    Imagine the scene:

    slimy sami; Hands up all those who want a lollipop? Good! Put a scribble on the bottom of the paper and then bring it here for your lollipop. If you don’t know how to hold the crayon, then those nice men with the guns will do it for you.

    Mark Manning: “If I was living in Fiji and some mongrel bastard tried brain washing my children with their bullshit , I ‘d consider paying someone to take out those responsible , and I don’t mean to lunch !
    6 bullets into the heads of 6 in the Regime or Military Council , is all it would take .

    Jose: “Smells like one of the many vehicles of the United Nations. Re- educate the minds starting from an early age. Produce a generation of people with likewise minds. False education in the making. PARENTS, BEWARE. Our children are going to be taught disobedience towards you instead of Honour Thy Parents. Honour God.

    The children is the future, growing up with re-educated minds that accepts everything that is unacceptable.”

    aubatinuku-N:

    “Using children is the lowest of the very lowest level that these gutter people are stooping to!
    Simply disgusting!!
    This is just like how terrorists use human shields and all those stolen African children drugged and abused for slavery of BLOOD DIAMONDS!!

    Voreqe Bainimarama’s illegal regime is now stooping to using and abusing the apple of God’s eye, children.”

    Peace Pipe: Scratching the bottom of the barrel thats what these desperados are doing. These young minds are in receptive mode and will be easily swayed and brain washed into believing the crap they are dishing out. Its bad enough to fill the innocent young minds with BS but to get them to sign up the response is going overboard.

    Remember Budhau, this Draft Charter is the result of a coup so it will impact on their morals and their actions for the rest of their lives. It will be the driving force into their future. I shudder to think.

  26. Peace Pipe Says:

    MM, it is getting curiouser and curiouser to try and figure out who the people behind the scenes are or moreso whether the pig do it for them or himself since his ass was gonna be fried if he didn’t. The others seems like scavangers hitching a ride on the gravy train.

    He is indeed liken to Hitler by his actions. Unilaterally removing all opposition and then having a smooth passage with all his objectives. And then forcing things down on people like the farter charter and his hold onto power. Hitler was behaving so because he knew he had a very strong army. Thats the same way the pig is behaving because of his dependence on the army. And like in WW2 there was underground resistance which we are the the same here. Resisting in the open would be foolhardy and is like wasting yourselves to the bullets. We have to be smart and stay alive to fight on.

  27. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    There are reports today that the owners of Marinas around Fiji are suffering because yachties are not coming to Fiji in the same numbers as previous years.

    They would prefer to go to Tonga or Vila.

    Consequently, staff have been laid off and the local economy suffers more.

    All this because bananasinpyjamas is making up silly proclamations without any understanding of the effects

    We also hear of bananas’ inability to maintain his fleet of overgrown dingies so that they could respond to a drama at sea.

    “”””Rescued mariner blasts Fiji inaction
    16/10/2008
    The skipper of a yacht that sank off Fiji’s main island on Sunday has slammed local rescue authorities for a lack of response.

    Cameron Slagle says this situation left him and his two companions in the water for more than six hours.

    Environment Southland (NZ) councillor Ali Timms and Australians Slagle and Elizabeth Schoch found themselves in shark-infested waters and heavy swells after the yacht they were in struck a reef before midnight Sunday and subsequently sank.

    Their lifeboat also sank before they were rescued by an American seafarer Maurice Conti at daybreak Monday.

    Speaking to The Southland Times from Brisbane yesterday, Slagle described the Fijian response to the emergency rapidly unfolding off the coast as “disgusting”.

    “There was absolutely no response whatsoever,” he said.

    “They had no fuel to put in their vessels to save us, there was no airlift and they couldn’t get their men out of bed.”

    Conti told the newspaper he believed the political situation had a lot to do with any lack of action but the “net response was very little happened”.

    “The local authorities in Suva, both the police and the navy, clearly made the best possible effort they could,” he said.

    “They were also critically hampered by a lack of training and especially a lack of resources. The SAR (search and rescue) team were literally scrambling to find fuel and crew for their boats.”

    Deputy Fiji Navy chief Commander John Fox said yesterday a rescue boat was set to sail to Vatulele at first light but the Contis got there first. No other explanation was offered.

    The New Zealand High Commission in Suva, which played a critical role in the rescue, would also not be drawn on the Fijian response.”””””

    Yet the police have nice new blue costly uniforms and new nightsticks but there is no money for fuel for the ‘navy’.

    Put the 2 stories together and you will find why yachties are telling their mates and fellow sailors to stay away from Fiji

  28. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    From the story above:

    “”””They had no fuel to put in their vessels to save us, there was no airlift and they couldn’t get their men out of bed.” “””

    And bananas tries to portray the R otten F ijian M urdering F arce as an effective military unit.

    More like a lot of pussies.

  29. Ablaze Says:

    Thanks Peace Pipe – Budhau take note!

    Resisting in the open would be foolhardy and is like wasting yourselves to the bullets. We have to be smart and stay alive to fight on.

    Budhau Don’t come in here to stir us into doing something stupid. We know what we are doing and do not need your help. We will approach Tui Savu instead.

  30. ex Fiji Tourist Says:

    Add on the raw sewerage flowing in the streets outside the wharf in Suva which greets tourists on cruise liners, and you have lots of reasons to stay away from a once beautiful country which has now gone to the dogs.

    Add on the lack of effective policing, a tainted corrupted judiciary and the lack of respect for human rights by this corrupt junta.

    Now you have a good picture of the mess that bananas and his jaundiced junta has created in Fiji.

  31. Tim Says:

    @KtF: Interesting link to the Fiji Day celebrations!. I’m sorry that I can’t really take it seriously. I might as well be watching Discovery and Travel. Normally I wouldn’t because you know that watching the like, and being there in spirit are two different things. There is nothing like the genuine article. Problem is though that there is actually nothing that is genuine. It’s pomp and circumstance representing something phoney on the backs of struggling people.
    And once again I find myself contemplating that phoney “A-G” and his bleached blonde fag-hag’s remarks about “neo-colonialisim”. Well fellas – play to the tune and you’ll have any number of colonisers whistling the descant – including a phone A-G singing contralto. The only colonisers Fiji need worry about are those that market melamine protesting all the while that they do not interfere in internal politics.

  32. Tim Says:

    @eFT -Yes – they were TOLD they had no diesel. Had not Mooreece happened along, they’d have had a greater chance of being rescued by the Tongans or Samoans than any 3rd world officialdom from Fiji. They were too busy dressing up, or getting over themselves after Fiji Day.

    Here’s a message for Frank: While no one has any doubt that if one were to contemplate an invasion, they’d be faced with a fighting spirit from many irriot followers of Frank’s way – ultimate Commander-in-Chief, Da Wonda-Boy-Bubba. Actually it might be a good test to see how many would head for the Casava patch, and how many would stick phat.

    The real problem is that no-one really wants to, and nor have they ever. In fact if they ever contemplated it – which I seriously doubt, they’re even less likely too now. Who wants to invade a Banana Republic? There might be some strategic advantage, but really nothing that can’t be relocated elsewhere. New Caledonia to the West, Tonga to the south, Samoa to the East: there’s 3 choices for a start that have da seenry just as pretty and da paatenshal better.

  33. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    It is a crying shame. How low can these goons go and I meant Filipe Bole.

    Parents. These are your children and it makes this your call. Keep your kids at home or advise to listen to what they preach but do not sign any paper. It is your teachings at home that matters the most. Will be interesting if the kids are punished for refusing to sign the paper especially in boarding schools; QVS, RKS, ACS. And how do they reach the parents of these kids from whom consent is supposedly derived. Will the respective Principals be signing on behalf of the unreachable parents ? 80% of boarders have parents outside of Viti Levu.

    Sa vakamosi ulu na lawaki tu vei ratou na dau butako. Filipe Bole has nothing of value to give the children of Fiji.

  34. Katalina Balawanilotu Says:

    @Ablaze. Will you call me please ?

  35. Striker Says:

    Last grasp at the very last straw. But sorry chaps, our no means no; yes, with regard to the charter, the will of the people is a firm no

  36. Peace Pipe Says:

    Bole is a dinosuar who still struggles to even talk properly in interviews. Can hardly hear what he says as he mumbles on something we can hardly hear nor understand. He portrays someone who hasn’t got any zest for a job like his which he got by default anyway. Troble is we have old expired people hired by the pig to run or more like ruin the country.

    Yes Lina these people give us a headache in their misconceived activities. Hearing the pig’s voice on radio just makes my system sick to hear his tone and arrogance and his stupid utterings.

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