Defence forces to advocate against violence – what hypocrites says SV!
Yadra bloggers, well you heard it right, the Military, Police & Prisons are taking to the street this morning in support of activism against gender violence in Fiji. Hang on a minute, are they for real? Remember the military carrying out acts against humanity and brutality to Virisila Buadromo, Adi Litia Qionibaravi, Laisa Digitaki and others at the QEB in Delainabua? These men in green have truly sold their soul to the devil and are beyond redemption. As for the Police Force, their continual blind support for ketepoka Teleni, who has broken the rule of law many a times and has willingly sacrificed his own Policemen to be found guilty for the murder of Tevita Malasebe, yet issued a Directive that no investigations be carried out against the Military too puts them in the same category. As for the Prisons, they too are in the same mould by association by blindly supporting spineless Naivalurua and making new rules for Kean under the ‘Yellow Ribbon Campaign’, which is a sham. SV says that you can not stop gender violence if you cannot even respect your own gender! It is also wrong to support gender violence, yet continue to commit atrocities against your own gender! In other words, SV says for gender violence to stop, we must respect humanity and these hypocrites in committing acts against humanity against their own gender and the other gender have no moral authority whatsoever to make this walk. Unfortunately, it is always the case that those who lack authority, desperately ‘talk the talk, but cannot walk the walk’. Remember ragone to register on www.solivakasama.org.
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Taken from / By: FBCL
Military, police and prison officers will take to the street this morning in support of activism against gender violence in Fiji.
They will be joined by other men and youth from around the Central Division to show support and solidarity in the fight to stop gender violence in the country.
Ministry of Health, Women and Social Welfare Communications Officer Fred Elbourne says the march will be seen as a means to get commitment from the discipline forces to be advocates against gender violence.
The march will start at 9am from the Suva Flea Market to Sukuna Park where they will be met by the chief guest Interim Defence Minister Ratu Epeli Ganilau.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation LTD