Top of the morning bloggers. This is taken from One National News. This absurd action by the illegal junta shows their mass hysteria. Here we have an official of the NZ High Commission taking photo’s of the Fiji Day Celebrations from the confines of his own balcony, only to be taken in for questioning! When was this a crime in Fiji? Fiji is already a Police State and SV wonders how on earth can people like the usurper Gate’s, Pathick, Byrnes, Shameem, Mataitoga and company sleep well at night and pretend the rule of law still exists in Fiji? SV believes we have already moved into the Police State phase and all these trimmings and nicieties of government institutions are only a mere facade. Bainimarama now rules as a dictator! He does not care one iota for the rule of law and democracy and the quicker we grasp this truth the better for us all. This bastard needs to be seen for who he really is, so we can mobilize properly when confronting him. One thing we should be mindful of bloggers, that when a regime suffers from mass hysteria and post traumatic stress disorder, everything is a threat to them and watch when they start cannibalizing each other! SV reiterates its call IT IS TIME FOR A REGIME CHANGE!
15th October 2008 – One National News
New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark has responded to reports of the questioning by Fiji authorities of a New Zealand police officer based in Suva.
Detective Inspector Greg Turner, attached to the New Zealand High Commission and the regional Trans-national Crime Unit, was questioned by Police over the weekend for looking at the Fiji Day parade from his apartment.
Prime Minister Clark is reported as saying this is a little absurd, indicative of the general state of insecurity in Fiji’s military regime led by Commodore Frank Bainimarama. The New Zealand High Commission in Suva says there is no basis for any claims of suspicious activities by Turner.
The Commission confirms Turner took some photographs of the Fiji Independence Day parade in a private capacity from his apartment balcony.