Bloggers, well this bastard just don’t know when to stop even when he is making a bloody fool of himself! Now he’s openly calling for Indians living in NZ to vote PM Helen Clarke and Phil Goff out in the up coming General Elections. Vore does not realise just how stupid he sounds. He himself is afraid of facing the electorate and continues to renege on his undertaking to the South Pacific Forum Leaders in Tonga of General Elections in March 2009. Secondly, Vore does not realise that in openly asking the Indians to vote against PM Helen Clarke and Phil Goff, he exposes vulnerable Indians whom have migrated to NZ to the wrath of other ethnic groups in NZ as they will now view the Indians as supporting the coup and trying to blackmail the NZ government into supporting the same. Neither PM Helen Clarke, PM Kevin Rudd or any other Pacific Island Leader has openly called for foreign nationals to remove Vore and his comments will only bring more detrimental consequences for Fiji. It is sad that ordinary Fijians have to put up with this shit because he was never elected in the first place, but upheld by the dubious Gates’s ruling. SV encourages its bloggers to keep up the fight ragone and we will prevail!
Friday, October 24, 2008
Update: 12:37PM Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has appealed to ethnic Fiji Indians in New Zealand to overthrow Prime Minister Helen Clark and Trade Minister Phil Goff in next months general election, reports Stuff NZ. Commodore Bainimarama told Auckland’s Tarana Radio yesterday that Miss Clark wanted to be ‘Queen’ of the Pacific.
According to Commodore Bainimarama, there was nothing worse for Fiji than her (Ms Clark). “I might be able to help by pleading to the Indo-Fijians in New Zealand not to vote for her and Phil Goff,” he said.
Political parties are battling for the Auckland Asian community votes. The 2006 census put the Asian population (including those born in New Zealand) at 236,508, of which 40,000 are Indo-Fijian.
Mt Roskill, held by Mr Goff, is 43 per cent Asian, predominantly Indo-Fijian. Last week The Dominion Postreported that the Indo-Fijian vote was moving away from Labour in the wake of the Government’s attitude to Fijis interim regime.
Commodore Bainimarama said Ms Clark did not understand Fiji. “All she wants is this grand idea of her being Lady of the Pacific, she wants to be Queen and she has been very vocal against Fiji,” he said.