Another bastion of our democracy raped and tossed out

Yadra Bloggers,

the goons and serial rapists have raped and destroyed another bastion of our democracy. The illegal government has given notice to dismiss all our local government councils; one of the final bastions of elected authority. First it was parliament then the Great Council of Chiefs. Then this. Next would probably be the Rural Local Authority and Provincial Councils. Very soon there will be no Tikina Council and bose va Koro then its every man for himself in a dog eat dog world.

Hey pig I have made up a list for you of all elected bodies in Fiji you can rape since you have become a political sex addict

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FTUC, FICTU, Sugarcane Growers Council, Soqosoqo Vakamarama, all Trade Unions, All Church Governing Bodies, All public listed companies board, All Co-operative Council, APEX Club, Rotary Club, Red Cross, Boy Scout, Girl Guides, Cubs and Brwonies, All School PTAs, Army Wives Committee, The Military Officers Mess Committee, Police Wives Committee, Fiji Rugby Union, Fiji National Rugby League, Fiji Football Association (hey not a bad idea to finally boot out Samsud Dean Sahu Khan)🙂 , Fiji Labur Party Committee, SDL Committee, all other political parties committee, Fiji Democracy MOvement Commitee, how about the unelected Military Council (Yedo),

and you most prized catch would be the Soli Vakasama World Wide Movement Committee (You wish)😉

Read on as reported in the Fiji Times today:

THE dissolution of municipal councils is equivalent to another coup.Ousted prime minister Laisenia Qarase said the interim regime’s plans to take over municipal councils are a further attack on democracy.

“The councils are one of the last bastions in Fiji of elected authority,” he said. “Their removal by the regime will be equivalent to another coup. It will complete the regime’s rape of democracy.”

Mr Qarase said the interim Government should have allowed the councils to continue in office until the completion of a local government review.

“To use the review as a justification for ousting the councillors is just an excuse,” he said.

“The real motive is clearly to remove elected representatives. The regime has no mandate to do this, just as it has no mandate to review the local government system and no mandate to govern Fiji.”

Mr Qarase said this was another backward step for the country as it marks the second anniversary of military rule.

22 Responses to “Another bastion of our democracy raped and tossed out”

  1. Mark Manning Says:

    The tide is turning :-
    http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=108403

  2. Mark Manning Says:

    Date: 12 September 2007 12:01:15 PM
    Subject: response to my comment today !
    =================================================You all know this was my comment and then the responsesto my comment from September 2007 !
    Well it seems it’s all coming to pass !
    =================================================
    Mark Manning of Sydney,Australia (38 minutes ago)
    It matters not what anyone thinks , this regime decided years ago just exactly what it had in mind and how it would achieve it’s goals . Anyone who believes otherwise , is deluding themselves ! The processes this regime have put into place , are merely a smokescreen to hide their real intent . And one can only assume that that is total dominance over all facets of fijian society . Hasn’t anyone in Fiji understood yet , that Fiji is being sold out to the asians from under your feet , by your own countrymen ?
    ——————————
    Indian of India (29 minutes ago)
    To Mar Manning of Sydney Australia-#34
    These silly Fijians do not know- ha!ha!ha!ha!ha! We are controlling their Military now. We will do it slowly until we destroy all the Fijian Institutions and the their land rights. The silly Fijians including the selfish Ganilau and Bai do not know and do not bother. GENOCIDE is the MISSION. It can achieved politically.
    ———————————-
    GO INDIA GO.
    Crash Stock Exchange of United States (14 minutes ago)
    To India and Manning
    hahahaha…yeah lets start with crashing the South Pacific Exchange dominated by India and the banks! Maybe the Fijians can start thinking about the 6 billion deal now…hehehehe Take your pick!
    Fijians are lousy merchants anyway because their eyes have always been to big for their stomach(traditionally) thus the need to have a corporate body(GCC new look) to curb the crooks that take advantage of the Natadola projects etc. I say Code of conduct is necessary because no chief should be above the law neither are accountants!

  3. Mark Manning Says:

    Is there a lesson here for Francis and Co. ?
    http://www.hipark.austin.isd.tenet.edu/mythology/midas.html

    By the way , the comment above was made in the Fiji Times online last year .

  4. Dauvavana Says:

    The sun editorial today commented on the subject pasted below:

    TAKING AWAY OUR RIGHTS
    We love to complain about them. We love to be irritated by them, We almost love to hate them. But municipal councils play vital roles in our daily lives. And we can always vote them out if we don’t like them. At least we could. Not anymore. From January 31 the councils will be dissolved and their functions will be taken over by paid administrators appointed, one presumes, by the interim government. This appears to be a recommendation by the team, also appointed by the interim government, asked to examine the running and overall affairs of the municipal councils. The report has not so far been made public even though the interim government appears to have accepted some or all of its recommendations. Why the secrecy? If, as we all hope, the services provided to ratepayers and municipal dwellers will be improved by this measure it should be clearly understood and accepted by those most affected. Instead they are kept in the dark. It’s just another example of the lack – or absence – of transparency by a regime that preaches the opposite. The people of Fiji will be watching very closely and there will be intense interest in just who those appointed administrators will be – and what (and how) they will be paid. There will be even greater interest in the length of time they will be expected to serve – for this will say much about the regime’s determination to restore democracy in Fiji. Of course there was and is inefficiency in local government. There have also been instances of corruption and abuse of office by elected councillors as well as employed officials. But at the same time there is no doubt that municipal councils brought democracy to our doorsteps. Councillors live in the communities they seek to serve. They are highly visible and usually readily available to listen to the grievances of their constituents in ways that national politicians cannot hope to match. They are the living proof of the adage: all politics is local. It remains to be seen how available the new administrators will be to the people who will be expected to pay them. The danger – and it is still only that – is that, like their bosses in the interim government, they will feel no need to respond to public opinion being appointed rather than elected. This raises the inevitable question: to whom will these administrators be accountable? To whom will they report? We do not yet know the answer to that but there is very obvious scope for apprehension.Much of it would be removed – or confirmed – if the interim government would only tell us very clearly what its intentions are. The people deserve to be told.

  5. Peace Pipe Says:

    Someone should also rape the one who conducted this enquiry and made such recommendations, Aruna Pillay, and see how it feels to be raped of our rights and privileges. The bloody stinking lot are all perverted and bent on dehumanising this country of ours just to satisfy the whims of certain minority groups. Yes those involved in the rape of our country should be marked for castigation when things do normalise. Add Aruna Pillay to the list.

    SV hows your archives of all the attrocities committed by this evil regime to date. Do not forget to include the Fatiaki fiasco and Franco’s demented command to the soldiers to listen to alone and no body else. So is there someone else talking to the soldiers or is the forthcoming full moon having an early effect. Maybe they are still shadow jumping after all this time.

    Is it possible to find recourse for this in court or is the court now under complete control of the ig which is why they are doing everyhting without due regard to its legal implication. Another reason why Fiona refused to let the IBA in as they might see this for themselves what these culprits are doing flaunting the law willy nilly.

  6. Ablaze Says:

    When you allow certain people in a society to instigate and stage coups and get away with it – they end up with a big head and lots of power to do whatever they like.

    Today in the Fiji Time the abuse of kava as the nation’s social drink was the topic for the forum discussion!

    I kinda likened it to the rape of our democracy.

    The nation have bastardize the consumption of kava, used it from a ceremonial drink of a couple of bowls to an all night session in many cases.

    There is no difference to the bastardization of our democracy which began in 1987 by one of our own kind with high profile chiefs/politicans in the backgroud.

    Today we have a problem, Fiji is a coup ridden island state and the Prime Minister of the country was the coup leader of the latest coup.

    People of Fiji need to realize that you can’t have anyone couping and getting away with it because they have the guns.

    You must first educate people not to accept those that try to govern our country by couping and then to say it is out of our control and life moves on.

    Fix the problems not for yourselves but for the future of your children and grandchildren so that they can pass on the good principles.

    Deal with this first before trying to find a solution for the abuse of kava drinking in which it has become a social outlet for our people.

    At least the drinking session allows the suppressed people of Fiji to discuss the country’s political affairs without being taken to the camp for a run around the camp ground in the nude.

    Maybe we should be making a totally different type of drink using kava so that it is not associated with the ceremonial drink.

  7. Kingrat Says:

    there must be someone in the background planning all the next move of this IG. someone smart and startegic.. Vore can not even think beyond his nose. who is this someone. we ned to find him and see what he has nad expose him the son of a bitch the bastard…

  8. Peace Pipe Says:

    While these attrocities are going on under their noses the UN is doing or saying f/all about it. For a body that supposed to uphold the principle of united, just and peaceful humanity, UN has failed the people of Fiji miserably. If fact it seems they are even rewarding the cuprits for their evil by continuing to engage the soldiers in peace keeping missions overseas. Its an act that actually condones the illegal actions of the coup mongers. This is highly unacceptable and must be objected in the strongest term. It is no wonder we keep having coups when the UN does bugger all about it.

    The hypocritical United Nations

    December 8, 2008
    What’s up with the United Nations in continuing to accept Fiji soldiers to serve under their UN mission in Iraq? A group of them was received by Fiji’s coupmaker, Frank Bainimarama a few hours ago, while another group is ready to fly off to the war-torn Babylon.

    Why is the UN still entertaining the thugged Fijian soldiers who have overpowered democracy and committed genocide in their own land? Majority of Fiji’s law abiding citizens do not agree with the pathetic stand taken by the United Nations. It only serves to confirm two things. One, that the UN is a hypocritical beast that supports Fiji’s coup and two, that it is taking advantage of Fijian soldiers to do their dirty work in Iraq.

  9. Dauvavana Says:

    kingrat, narrow it own to these possibilities

    Judge Gates
    Shaista Shameem
    Nazat Shameem
    Pramesh Chand
    Aiyarse Kaiyum
    John Sammy
    Samsu-dean sahu khan

  10. Mark Manning Says:

    The lawyer in New Zealand who advised Frank and co. should be arrested for having prior knowledge of the coup . Then watch him spill the beans on everyone else involved .
    As they say , the biggest law breakers are the law makers !

  11. Nostradamus Says:

    John Samy has fancied himself a Marxist revolutionary since uni days at USP. He has always worked behind the schene for the Diaspora, even concocting a Markist like class scheme, with Europeans, Guji’s, and “elite” Fijians (Ratu Mara) as the capitalists and bourgoisie, and Fijians and Indians as blood brothers and proletariat, kept apart for years by the scheming colonialists.

    The whole charade with Voreqe is a fulfillment of his dream, the Charter his Das Kapital. Ultimately he wants himself to be statued in front of the NLTB building instead of Ratu Sukuna, which by that time will be the Bureau of Fijian Affairs, where “Fijian” will exclude the aborigenies, junglee, and untouchables (indigenous) on the Native Reserves.

    Not sure he has worked out what he is going to do with all the confiscated land, since sugar seems to be on the way out, but I suppose he will rent it back to the indigenies who can eek out a living as serfs on the land, and perform meke and smile for tourists with defeated eyes.

  12. Tim Says:

    John Samy a Marxist? He’s not a Marxist’s asshole! Like all those with more extreme left leanings, they’ve allowed themselves to be highjacked.
    He’s more exteme right – like Voreqe and Mugabe. Any noble ideals about a collective welfare they once might have had soon get overtaken when they sample the trappings. Rest assured Samy wants to flog off any and all of Fiji’s resources to his mates so long as he gets a backhander for doing so. As I said in a previous post it’s often a fine line between the extreme left and the extreme right – a common demominator being totalitarianism- usually the unprincipled (such as the Samy’s, the Shameens, the Khayuums and their ilk) have no difficulty in making the switch. It matters not though, extemists of any flavour can’t bleat when the inevitable occurs. Their ill gotten gains can only be held temporarily and usually they suffer the worst fate (premature death)

  13. Tim Says:

    Karl Marx would have a fit he he saw Frank and Samy in action – but Hitler would probably worship them. This junta have even rehearsed all the trite old language and the mantra they keep spouting. THey’re facists of the highest order. Frank even treats the RFMF like his own personal army – the lates little order telling them all that they should only listen to Him.

  14. Tim Says:

    I’d urge you to check out a long past post of DiscombobulatedBubu’s:
    http://discombobulatedbubu.blogspot.com/2008/05/rising-signs-of-fascism-in-fiji.html
    The signs that have not yet come to pass are on the agenda. Frank would hold elections tomorrow if he could be sure he could rig them – he’s already taken steps (like couting the idea of dual citizenship).
    Samy wants to sell of water (to his mates). The Catholic church in Fiji are playing their part – much to the disgust of a lot of Catholics elsewhere in the world – but then they don’t have that proud a past record.
    There is another thing about facists – they like to dress their ideology up in leftist ideals (it sells better all that “common good” stuff), all the while propping up their own interests.

  15. Adi Kaila Says:

    Tu sara ‘o rups big bear (on the right of the above picture).

    Hey Sniper how about the Niranjan family – the transport company lot.

  16. Nostradamus Says:

    Tim, You are right. Marxism is the excuse, greed and Indo-nationalism the reality. Samy is a dalit who has moved up in the world of “victimhood” (shit floats) but his view of the “junglee” and the “correct” order of things has not changed. He will not feel confortable until Fijians are reduced to “sheduled tribes” (scheduled for deletion) and the true “Fijians” of Indian orgin rule not only world of commerce, but the Nation. All you have to do is look at his record and career as a civil servant in Fiji. I doubt he ever hired a Fijian for anything but messenger boy or typist. He is a BS artist par excellance, however, which is what got him through the ADB. But you can only go so far in trying to jump caste.

  17. Tim Says:

    What’s worse is that all these people are actually so unprincipled that they are prepared to put everyone else through shear hell to try to get their way. If they were so principled and really believed their mantra, they’d put it to the test legitimately. The Fiji Mantra Party. They’re extremists. Elsewhere they’re sometimes called terrorists. I wonder what percentage of the vote they’d get in an election. SFA (Sweet Fanny Adams). Ideology and dogma.

  18. Budhau Says:

    Nostradamus wrote “…….a Markist like class scheme, with Europeans, Guji’s, and “elite” Fijians (Ratu Mara) as the capitalists and bourgoisie, and Fijians and Indians as blood brothers and proletariat, kept apart for years by the scheming colonialists.”

    Hey Nostradamus, now you are getting somewhere – though I am into this Marxist crap – I still think that the the poor Fijians (which is most of them) and the poor Indians (the numbers are increasing) – that they should work together in their own interest.

    So rather then fighting amongst themselves – this poor bugger, Indians and Fijians (whatever class you pout them in), should be taking on the “elite”. So the farmers – they kinda support their agenda the union types they band together in their own interest, the businessmen they have their own agenda, the hotel owners group, they do what is best for them.
    And race has nothing to do with anything – now, that sure would make our democracy work better.

    BTW – that commie thingie – they all got it in those good old College days – the thing is that most of those buggers grow up and join the enemy.

    Nostradamus – these commie types – they are more in this class thingie and not race – whereas for some one like Qarase, if he does not play the race card – he is left with nothing.

  19. Tim Says:

    Well Mr Budhau – I can’t disagree with the following: “I still think that the the poor Fijians (which is most of them) and the poor Indians (the numbers are increasing) – that they should work together in their own interest”.
    Nor can I disagree that many of the junta signed up to what we consider “left leaning” ideas during their College days. It’s just that they liked the ideas just so long as it didn’t cause any of them inconvenience. None in this junta are prepared to put their money where their mouths are – they’d rather shove their snouts in the trough. Perhaps the worst of them is actually Yippe-I-Aye Khayuum. He’s got his mother-protectors – the likes of Shaista and Scutt trying their best to prop him up. Really they all just forgot to grow up!
    Shame Che isn’t still around – we could introduce them. Before too long he’d find them entirely nauseating and would by now have probably dealt to them all himself.
    I wonder whether that John Samy has been taking lessons from Roger Douglas (good ole Roj – still clutching at straws while parked up in his own comfort zone in the land of the bewildered). They’re all so ideologically driven that anything outside the hard and fast ideological rules, and they just can’t cope!
    But what we are seeing is sure as hell Facism Fiji Style. Before you know it – Hola Zimbabwe. It’s really about time the neighbours got a grip. Deal with it properly now and stop all the friggen talk fests or face up to the consequences later (and the expense – if your primary concern is money).
    One thing is for sure, it won’t be NZ that’s the pragmatic player – it’ll more likely be Rudd.

  20. Tim Says:

    This site is warped…..it fails to post sometimes, then ties to tell you you’ve already posted. Well if I have then the following will appear as a duplicate:

    Well Mr Budhau – I can’t disagree with the following: “I still think that the the poor Fijians (which is most of them) and the poor Indians (the numbers are increasing) – that they should work together in their own interest”.
    Nor can I disagree that many of the junta signed up to what we consider “left leaning” ideas during their College days. It’s just that they liked the ideas just so long as it didn’t cause any of them inconvenience. None in this junta are prepared to put their money where their mouths are – they’d rather shove their snouts in the trough. Perhaps the worst of them is actually Yippe-I-Aye Khayuum. He’s got his mother-protectors – the likes of Shaista and Scutt trying their best to prop him up. Really they all just forgot to grow up!
    Shame Che isn’t still around – we could introduce them. Before too long he’d find them entirely nauseating and would by now have probably dealt to them all himself.
    I wonder whether that John Samy has been taking lessons from Roger Douglas (good ole Roj – still clutching at straws while parked up in his own comfort zone in the land of the bewildered). They’re all so ideologically driven that anything outside the hard and fast ideological rules, and they just can’t cope!
    But what we are seeing is sure as hell Facism Fiji Style. Before you know it – Hola Zimbabwe. It’s really about time the neighbours got a grip. Deal with it properly now and stop all the friggen talk fests or face up to the consequences later (and the expense – if your primary concern is money).
    One thing is for sure, it won’t be NZ that’s the pragmatic player – it’ll more likely be Rudd.

  21. Tim Says:

    Well Mr Budhau – I can’t disagree with the following: “I still think that the the poor Fijians (which is most of them) and the poor Indians (the numbers are increasing) – that they should work together in their own interest”.
    Nor can I disagree that many of the junta signed up to what we consider “left leaning” ideas during their College days. It’s just that they liked the ideas just so long as it didn’t cause any of them inconvenience. None in this junta are prepared to put their money where their mouths are – they’d rather shove their snouts in the trough. Perhaps the worst of them is actually Yippe-I-Aye Khayuum. He’s got his mother-protectors – the likes of Shaista and Scutt trying their best to prop him up. Really they all just forgot to grow up!
    Shame Che isn’t still around – we could introduce them. Before too long he’d find them entirely nauseating and would by now have probably dealt to them all himself.
    I wonder whether that John Samy has been taking lessons from Roger Douglas (good ole Roj – still clutching at straws while parked up in his own comfort zone in the land of the bewildered). They’re all so ideologically driven that anything outside the hard and fast ideological rules, and they just can’t cope!
    But what we are seeing is sure as hell Facism Fiji Style. Before you know it – Hola Zimbabwe. It’s really about time the neighbours got a grip. Deal with it properly now and stop all the friggen talk fests or face up to the consequences later (and the expense – if your primary concern is money).
    One thing is for sure, it won’t be NZ that’s the pragmatic player – it’ll more likely be Rudd

  22. Corruption Fighter Says:

    Did anyone see the Chaudhry Junior on One National News last night? He was complaining about FICAC’s treatment of the Nasinu Town Council. He questioned whether Town Councils are “public bodies” and therefore subject to FICAC. He could ask the same question about Fijian Holdings Limited and the charges laid against Laisenia Qarase. FHL is a company registered under the Companies Act but Qarase has been charged as if his position as a Director was a public office. Come on Rajend, why don’t you show some consistency and defend Qarase?

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