Yadra bloggers. Here we have contradictory statements coming out of his mouth, which is not unusual. Vore talks about the removal of all forms of racial categorisations in government forms and records, then on the same breadth thanks the BNT, which is exclusively made up of Fijians and says they will continue to play a pivotal role in Fiji’s politics! This is a classic example why the perpetrators of the coups must be exposed and held accountable because what does this statement mean?
Vore, both Eveli’s & Mara’s children are so power hungry they cannot see beyond their noses. Yet it is the people behind them, who are using them to attain their own objectives, which is disastrous for Fijians! Vore’s statement implies the VKB will be abolished and once it is removed, native lands will become a commodity and sold to the highest bidder guaranteeing the demise of the Fijian race .
SV wholeheartedly endorses FTA’s President Tevita Koroi statement when he said “what’s wrong with being Fijian?”Fijians are now being punished by these wannabe chiefs who no longer have the moral authority or traditional right to lead Fijians and in desperately wanting to stake their groundless claim have willingly sold their birth right to any who are willing to ligitimise their groundless claim.
SV says to Vore, both Eveli’s and the Mara children, you have sold your birth rights and are doomed to fail forever, but we retain ours, are proud of our Fijianess and we shall endure: YES WE CAN!
Saturday, January 03, 2009
FIJI will have an election but it must be held under a system that is democratic, says interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama. In his New Year address, Commodore Bainimarama says this means the value of individual votes must be the same.
“You must have the right to choose whoever you want regardless of ethnic categorisation and politicians must implement polices good for all,” he said. Commodore Bainimarama said his regime had started the implementation of the People’s Charter as directed by President Ratu Josefa Iloilo.
“One example is the removal of racial categorisation in government forms and records,” he said. Commodore Bainimarama thanked those who participated in the three-month charter consultation process.
“Close to 70 per cent of the population participated in the consultations and 90 per cent supported the charter,” he said. Commodore Bainimarama was overwhelmed by the support given by chiefs at the Bose ni Turaga to Ratu Josefa, the interim Government, and the charter.
“The Bose ni Turaga showed the wisdom and acumen it is known for and will continue to play a pivotal role.” He said while the regime had differences with rich neighbours Australia and New Zealand, he hoped the long -standing friendship with Fiji would allow the countries to overcome the impasse.
“To overcome the misunderstanding we, as a nation, need to be treated with respect and dignity and our sovereignty and independence must remain paramount.”
Commodore Bainimarama said he would attend the Forum leaders meeting this month in Papua New Guinea and looked forward to constructive engagement and dialogue.
He said Fiji had potential, will and ability to take it to another level. “Don’t listen to the merchants of gloom and doom and misinformation. “They will come and go but we as a people must forge ahead with a sense of realism, positivity and pride.” Commodore Bainimarama wished all a prosperous new year.