It has been confirmed, Voreqe is now going to takeover the Sugar Industry portfolio in addition to already being head of the military, interim Finance Minister, and also the interim Foreign Minister.

Surendra Sharma is busting his kanikani balls with glee that the Sugar Industry portfolio was recently re-assigned from the Ministry of Agriculture to the Office of the ILLEGAL Prime Minister.and everythings going to be just sugar dandy with the new appointment.

At a time when the sugar industry is in decline and Fiji is trying to be governed by illegal usurpers who have no knowledge of the sugar industry or any other industry and no business acumen how does the TIG pm expect to drive and expedite the sugar industry reforms in an effort to ensure viability and sustainable survival of the industry as he stated he would do.

It will be a miracle.if he can take the sugar industry up to at least some sustainable level.

Everything the TIG has touched has failed. The TIG is tainted, nothing will be achieved as long as they keep up their illegal stance. All the posturing and pretense by the TIG that they are smarter than the average citizen is not going to take the Nation anywhere towards reconciliation of any kind, be it the economy or our civil rights.

The Nation will do what they do best in times like this, knuckle down and carry on as best as they can with what little they have,

We’re not after glory or accolades, we’d all just like another chance to live, work and study without the uncertainty that is around us today and a quick, peaceful return to democracy and stability.

Is that too much to ask?



  1. vakatakilai Says:

    With Bai at the controls, we should not expect any improvement to the current status.

    When we look back at his background we see that he seems to have just been there at the right time. His recruitment into the Navy was, I heard one of “who you know” or “vakavanua”. His rise through the ranks was exceptional. When I see how he runs the government and military today, it tells me that he could not have been promoted along on merits.

    His appointment to head the military caused a big commotion up at Nabua as Epeli Ganilau had other more senior and experienced officers under him who should have been appointed but somehow FBai bypassed all of them in Eveli’s choice.

    When we observe closely what he has done at Nabua was to divide and rule. He has succeeded in maintaining control up there by pleasing his men. Look how those cases against his military men have been quickly diverted from the police to the army to investigate and then we hear nothing more about it.

    He cannot afford to allow any of his men to end up in jail as this will put doubt in his promise to protect them no matter what they do.

    This is the same thing he has been doing in government. Anyone who questions him or oppose him faces his wrath. The recent sacking of FTA president and civil servant Koroi shows that he will not allow anyone under his control to question him. No one, either his ministers, top civil servants is brave enough to face him and tell him that what he is doing is wrong.

    It has been 2 years now and he is still there. We have seen how our economy has gone down the drain. FHL which once was the only pride of the Fijians in the business world is now food for the dogs. Even the people who supported this coup from the beginning are beginning to ask whether they had done the right thing then.

    I believe, with the prophetic light of the Bible that we are in the last days and doom is the word. The devil knows his days are numbered and is out there to cause as much havoc amongst men to keep their minds off anything that is GODLY. These circumstances only bring us hatred, jealousy, and evil thoughts. That is exactly where the devil wants us to be.

    I will point out here is to see how the Catholic system comes into play in all that is happening. Note what the Pope told Pio in the Vatican when he waS there last week. Frank has talked to him face to face 3 times in recent months. Petero has been quietly working hard behind the scenes to carry out the agenda of this system within the government.

    The Bible and history tells us that when CHURCH and STATE come together, PERSECUTION is the result. Not only Catholics are guilty here, all our denominational churches are fast returning to Rome the Mother Church through organisations like WCC, FCC and many more organisations flying under the radar.

    My advice to all is to search the Bible and concerning the last day events and watch the events happening around us and the world. There is only one power that is definitely coming out to prominence and that is the Papal system represented in fIJI BY Petero. I apologise to my Catholic friends but I ask us all to dig deeper into the system, its history and what it is accomplishing today.

  2. freedomfighter Says:

    He is a puppet of Indians, and words are stuffed through his backside by the tall fella and aiyarze and comes out through F’s mouth – what the hell he knows about anything – his half Indian roots have taken hold of him, and that is why he doesnt give a hoot to the destruction of Fijians, with the help of a few Muslim Talibans…when will the chiefs and their people simply run over the military barracks. He must be told that that day is not very far, if not he will take Fiji down with him

  3. FijiGirl Says:

    Sugar Daddy, indeed. Didn’t anyone tell Vore that sugar rots your bati? Maybe he doesn’t care because he knows his bati are all rotten already.

    This is yet more proof, even though none is needed, that Fiji has gone to the dogs. Although I should here point out that if Vore were a dog we could have put him down long ago when he first became rabid.

    This kind of megalomaniacal behaviour, typical of the malodorous Chodokant, further proves that Vore is completely unsuitable for the job of statesman and leader.

    He doesn’t qualify politically, mentally, psychologically, intellectually, emotionally … in fact, there exist no criteria to recommend him for rule or responsibility. The only thing holding him up is the military, the guns and the people’s fear of what they represent.

    What would we do if we were no longer afraid?
    Tabu soro
    God bless Fiji

  4. Jean d'Ark Says:

    All this means is that Frank will now have a ringside seat (instead of just being in the general vicinity) for the coming melt-down of the Sugar industry!

    FF is right – Frank is just a glove puppet to facilitate Parmesh/Aiyaz’s running of the show. But just as they haven’t made any impact at the Tourism Ministry or FNPF or any other place they have been seconded, they won’t make a lick of difference here either.

    For a start, whatever they do now will just be locking the gate after the horse has bolted. The point of no return for Sugar in Fiji already expired months ago and these clowns missed the boat! Who in their right minds would want to commit to a 30-year lease on an industry with no future (ie. no guarantee of EU funds to restructure the industry)? The only way

    In any event, the IG’s approach to the Sugar Industry is a bust in that they’re all aimed at solving yesterday’s problems. Lease renewals, CBUL and all that other rubbish are yesterday’s news and don’t address the real issue today. And that issue is that farmers kids are leaving the land in droves because even in its best year, farming cane is not what they want to do with their lives. They want to be accountants, and lawyers and doctors etc. – cane farming cannot compare, and they’ll only try it after all else has failed.

    If they’re really interested in stabilizing the critical Sugar Industry, it’s all laid out for them there in Padma Lal’s recent book. But Frank won’t do that out of sheer spite against the criticism of Brij Lal and Wadan Narsey.

    Finally, for Parmesh/Aiyaz to get ANYTHING done in the Sugar Industry, they’ll need Mahen’s help. And they 1000% won’t get that after the back-stab job they did on him to get him chucked out of Cabinet!

    So hold on to your hats, losers! This one is going to blow up right in your arrogant faces, and even a 300 million Euro back-door soft loan from China won’t save it!

  5. FijiGirl Says:

    Agreed, Jean, nothing will save the sugar industry now.
    Past decades have seen it treated as a subsidized form of employment to the malodorous Chodokant’s personal fiefdom of ballot box stuffers.
    Back in 2002, the FSC proposed excellent, modern methods of dragging our then-ailing sugar industry into the 21st century.
    But Chodopu$$y felt his power base threatened and went into overdrive to have it vetoed.
    He then went into overdrive to have consultants from India brought in to put forward their own proposals which were far inferior to previous strategies.
    He may now, at last, have cut off his nose to spite his own face, and like JDA points out, even soft loans from China won’t save the industry or the poor souls whose livelihoods depended on it, and who have been horribly, tragically let down by Chodo’s destructive power trip.
    God bless Fiji

  6. Ratu Sai Says:


    Before you embark on your suppositional journey regarding the Mother Church you may want to authenticate your assertions.

    Below is a message from the Mother Church to your Illegal Ambassador.

    Pope’s Message to Fiji’s Ambassador

    “Work Together to Achieve the Common Good of All”

    VATICAN CITY, DEC. 21, 2008 ( Here is the address Benedict XVI delivered Thursday upon receiving in audience Pio Bosco Tikoisuva, the new ambassador of Fiji to the Holy See.

    * * *

    Your Excellency,

    I am pleased to welcome you to the Vatican and to accept the Letters accrediting you as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of the Fiji Islands to the Holy See. I would like to express my gratitude for the good wishes that you bring from President Ratu Josefa Iloilo and Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama. Please convey my greetings to each of them and assure them of my continued prayers for all the people of the Fiji Islands.

    The Holy See is always encouraged to see signs of progress towards greater peace and stability, and hopes very much that the steps being taken towards re-establishing a democratically elected form of government in Fiji, drawing on the talents and energies of all the inhabitants, will bear fruit. Indeed, one of the key principles of the Christian view of social and political organization is the virtue of solidarity, through which the different elements of society work together to achieve the common good of all, thereby producing what my predecessor Pope Paul VI so beautifully described as a “civilization of love” (Homily for the close of the Holy Year 1975). For this reason the Church values the democratic system, as one which gives a voice to all the different sectors of society and encourages shared responsibility. It remains the case, however, that “the moral well-being of the world can never be guaranteed simply through structures alone, however good they are” (Spe Salvi, 24): democracy on its own is not enough, unless it is guided and enlightened by values rooted in the truth about the human person (cf. Centesimus Annus, 46).

    It is here that the Holy See’s diplomatic relations with States can make an important contribution to the common good. While governments take responsibility for the political ordering of the State, the Church unceasingly proclaims her vision of the God-given dignity and rights of the human person. It is on this basis that she urges political leaders to ensure that all their people can live in peace and freedom, without fear of discrimination or injustice of any kind. She urges civil authorities to guarantee the most fundamental of all rights, namely the right to life from the moment of conception until natural death. Following on from this is the right to live in a united family and a moral environment conducive to personal growth, the right to seek and know the truth through education, the right to work and to enjoy the fruits of one’s labour, the right to establish a family and rear children responsibly. The synthesis of all these rights is found in religious freedom, understood as “the right to live in the truth of one’s faith and in conformity with one’s transcendent dignity as a person” (Centesimus Annus, 47).

    The Catholic community in Fiji is eager to play its part in promoting the respect due to the human person, especially through commitment to education and charitable activity. Indeed, the proper formation of the young and the service of the needy is integral to the Church’s mission in the world, and both are key elements in her contribution to the common good of society. Owing to the presence of Christians from different traditions, as well as members of other religions, Fiji provides fertile ground for the development of ecumenical initiatives and inter-religious dialogue. The Catholic Church is pleased to contribute her expertise in these areas, and to cooperate with all men and women of good will so as to offer a common witness to the values that must underpin a “civilization of love”. In particular, it behoves those who worship God to champion the cause of the poor, the lowly and the defenceless, those who have always been recognized as especially close to him.

    Mr Ambassador, as you know, the Pacific region faces many challenges at this time, not least the effects of climate change, especially on island populations, and the need to preserve natural resources. The beauty of God’s creation is especially evident to those who live in the South Pacific. It is my earnest hope that through regional and global cooperation, agreement can be reached on “a model of sustainable development capable of ensuring the well-being of all while respecting environmental balances” (Message for the 2008 World Day of Peace, 7). In this way, future generations of Pacific islanders will still be able to enjoy the wonders of God’s creative genius and to live in true peace and harmony with nature.

    Your Excellency, in offering my best wishes for the success of your mission, I would like to assure you that the various departments of the Roman Curia are ready to provide help and support in the fulfilment of your duties. Upon Your Excellency, your family and all the people of the Republic of the Fiji Islands, I cordially invoke God’s abundant blessings.

  7. Jean d'Ark Says:

    Hey FijiGirl!

    Sorry – I had meant to write in my third paragraph:

    “The only way I’d sign up to a Sugar Lease now (as a farmer) is if it came with a $50,000 relocation guarantee so I could get out clean when the industry going toes up!”

  8. FijiGirl Says:

    As Voltaire pointed out, the Holy Roman Empire was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire.
    I am not one to pass judgement on His Holiness’ messages, but next time he makes comment on the situation in Fiji, I hope he is better informed, or at least has a blessed clue about what is REALLY happening to our people.
    God bless Fiji

  9. FijiGirl Says:

    Bula JDA, and a belated Happy New Year to you too. Excellent point about the relocation guarantee. For most of those farmers, and my heart really does go out to them, if I were in their shoes I would just up sticks and go. I know that many have very good relationships with their landowners, and perhaps goodwill can help them find a mutually beneficial solution. But even if they started growing e.g. patchouli (which has a huge value to the European market), they have no infrastructure for processing or exporting it. And with Vore as the Big Sugar Daddy, they ain’t likely to find one any time soon.
    God bless Fiji

  10. Ratu Sai Says:


    So what is exactly is happening to the people of Fiji apart from the fact Fiji is governed by Military thugs.

    Are they dying by the hundreds?

    Is there mass starvation?

    Are the people just to frickin lazy to get off their fat arses and cultivate their land or what?

    Is there not enough Kava to sedate the nation?

    Are they suffering from somnolence?

    Are they being coerced into obsequiousness?

    Please enlighten us.

    It is a known fact these thugs are prevaricators, and it is also known Fiji’s economy is spiralling downwards.

    Bear in mind the world’s largest economy is suffering the fate so where exactly is your argument apart from the immediate return to parliamentary democracy.

  11. Peace Pipe Says:

    Someone mentioned this some time ago that the sight and sound of this jerk of all trades and imcopetent stumbling village idiot makes him wants to LVC. I share the same feeling too. We know that all his talks are all BS and whatever he announces are written for him by the conniving backstage actors iarse and parmesh. Only by name and just the front as ministers of all and sundry in fact the man running all those in the background are these two culprits especially parmesh who has had extensive experience in govt ops and sys.

    Another bummer from ahh spokesman ahh lewenski that it was not true that wannabe ipm said that elections will be held in December 2009. Giving a spin on how the wannabe was explaining to the chiefs about this and that. Load of crap.

  12. Wailei Says:

    nice one @ Ratu Sai. Fire boy…

  13. Mark Manning Says:

    Frank , Minister for all things shinny sparkling and pretty .

  14. vakatakilai Says:

    Ratu Sai,

    Why is a “government official” presentingt his credentials to a religious leader? Note this is not unique to Fiji, even US has an ambassador located right there in the Vatican. All nations of the world recognize the Holy See as a separate nation enclosed within the city of Rome and pay homage to it.

    In addressing democracy, this is what the Pope said, “the moral well-being of the world can never be guaranteed simply through structures alone, however good they are” (Spe Salvi, 24): democracy on its own is not enough, unless it is guided and enlightened by values rooted in the truth about the human person”. This supports the IG in their trying to root out corruption and whatever other excuse they will come up with delay the election.

    What’s happening is not just something happening in isolation, it is well coordinated from the vatican wh

  15. vakatakilai Says:

    Ratu Sai,

    Why is a “government official” presentingt his credentials to a religious leader? Note this is not unique to Fiji, even US has an ambassador located right there in the Vatican. All nations of the world recognize the Holy See as a separate nation enclosed within the city of Rome and pay homage to it.

    In addressing democracy, this is what the Pope said, “the moral well-being of the world can never be guaranteed simply through structures alone, however good they are” (Spe Salvi, 24): democracy on its own is not enough, unless it is guided and enlightened by values rooted in the truth about the human person”. This supports the IG in their trying to root out corruption and whatever other excuse they will come up with delay the election.

    What’s happening is not just something happening in isolation, it is well coordinated from the vatican which

  16. vakatakilai Says:

    … which very few people suspect because of its religious status. I remember reading somewhere some time back that one of the obstacle that the New World Order program, which is authored by Rome itself, have that is slowing down its implementation around the world is the power wielded by indigenous people around the globe.

    I am not surprised therefore at the attack that is happening in our country on the attack to whatever is called Fijian.

    Pope John Paul apologised to the world for the action of the catholic system during the dark ages between the 1400 -1800 AD. To me this is only a smokescreen to blind the world from what it is going to do in these last days.

    Let’s fight this cruel system by just being enlightened by what the Bible says, rather than what any man may come up with. Only then will we accept that we are going down a slippery slope which we will not recover from. However, with the right knowledge and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we will be prepared to face whatever the devil throws at us without giving in.

    That does not stop us from fighting against it while we still can. Come a time, like in the Dark Ages, Satan will use force to keep men under its control.

    what we are going through is not a political, or physical warfare, it is Spiritual and the struggle for dominance between Good and evil, between God and Satan. The Bible tells us that the Truth will be victorious in the end, so we better be on the victorious side now before its too late.

  17. Ratu Sai Says:


    In my unenlightenment regarding this matter I will endeavour to answer as brief as possible the many questions you pose.

    Here goes I am by my very nature a realist not do not emphasised delve into the realms of conspiratorial misunderstandings.

    To put it very simply the so called Mother Church in context of your questions, the Mother Church as we know it was responsible for the birth of Democracy in modern times with the declarations on the great charter or Magna Carter.

    There have been many notable scholars and philosophers in the middle ages that were detractors of the faith they have come and all have gone likewise with many Churches and yet the Mother Church still stands.

    The same could be said of you and I, like everything else if it is built on shaky foundations the chance of survival is nil.

    The ill fated coup occurred on that fateful day of Dec 06 your illegal ambassador presented his credentials on 22/12/08 so you see there was nothing sinister about him meeting the leader of the Mother Church.

    You keep reading your bible and stop being a conspiracy theorist.

  18. senijiale Says:

    I’m just wondering why is it that some non-catholic parents would send their kids to catholic institutions whilst hating, resenting, detesting the catholic faith? What’s that saying about the fruit not falling far from its tree?

    Anyway, here’s a lovely old song dedicated to you doomsayers 🙂

    THE END OF THE WORLD – Carpenters

    Why does the sun go on shining?
    Why does the sea rush to shore?
    Don’t they know it’s the end of the world
    ‘Cause you don’t love me anymore?

    Why do the birds go on singing?
    Why do the starts glow above?
    Don’t they know it’s the end of the world
    It ended when I lost your love

    I wake up in the morning and I wonder
    Why ev’rything is the same as it was
    I can’t understand, no, I can’t understand
    How life goes on the way it does!

    Why does my heart go on beating?
    Why do these eyes of mine crying?
    Don’t they know it’s the end of the world?
    It ended when you said goodbye

    Don’t they know It’s the end of the world?
    It endend when you said goodbye

  19. Tim Says:

    Personally I think it counterproductive to bring churches/religions of whatever denomination into the discussion. There are believers and non-believers and there are those that want to bring religion into the discussion as an excuse for what has happened in places like Fiji. When it comes down to the basics, those responsible for this coup may or may not have laid claim to a religion, but if they did, it sure as hell had no bearing on the choices they made.
    Frank is a weak pathetic little asshole with issues and a past he’d rather hide. He, and others are simply opportunist greedy little wannabes that saw the Main Chance and only had the ability to think short/medium term. All dishonest, and none who actually give a shit about their fellow man (or woman, or child).
    They live in bad company (Musharif, Hitler, Mugabe and any number of others) whether or not they attempted to justify their actions by pretending to actually care about anyone else. One by one they’ll fall. If I can aid in their demise I’m certainly willing. If I can’t claim any credit in their fall, I sure as hell won’t be shedding a tear when they do, but let’s not bring religion, or race or any other convenient excuse into it all.

  20. Jean d'Ark Says:

    I find the whole church conspiracy angle a little hard to swallow!

    Mataca may be poorly informed or even ignorant. But it is certainly not his intention to cause the suffering that is currently being imposed as part of the birthing pains of the Charter.

    That said, sooner or later Mataca, Kevin Barr and Akuila Yabaki are going to have to accept the fact that good intentions are nowhere near as important as good understanding or good results. They need to draw a line as to how much sacrifice is enough for the Charter. Or how much time is long enough to wait for positive results – even if some small benefit does eventually accrue?

    Fiji just can’t continue to stay on the hamster wheel of broken promises, shifting goalposts and false dawns forever. There must be a point at which coup supporters realize the choice facing the nation is not between the claimed benefits of the Charter and the problems of the past. Rather it is between the actual results of the Charter/Bainimarama rule, and the modest, but proven, achievements of Constitutional rule! It may not be perfect, but it is far and away superior to the unbroken series of avoidable crises which have characterized the Bainimarama dictatorship.

    In that respect, supporting or molly-coddling the Regime becomes indistinguishable from supporting or mollycoddling the results and consequences of the Regime’s rule.

    Now that we have reached two straight years of rubbish results from the IG, any sane person would surely have to ask the question of themselves “After all this time, what is easier to believe? Two straight years of broken promises and shifting goalposts? Or two straight years of abject failure to get anywhere near to improving the lives of the people?”

    The only way any sane, principled person could fail to do so, is if their political blinkers and baggage were too overpowering to even let them see this.

  21. aubatinuku-N Says:

    No more UN funds will cause Frank Bainimarama and his lot to take even more drastic measures until very soon civil servants can forget getting paid at all and it’s even further down the toilet for everyone!

    True dictatorship!

  22. vakatakilai Says:

    I admit that bringing religion into the mix can affect our unity against this illegal regime but I certainly would like us to see the events from a Biblical prophetic point of view which will give us a much broader picture than just the local scenery.

    We will not be too frustrated when our fight is moving nowhere, but will be encouraged to fight on knowing that what little we do is frustrating the enemy and slowing down their progress.

    Jesus, in his last days, was seen a loser in the eyes of men but ended up the victor. Our fight may seem insignificant, weak and inefficient at times, but we can be assured that this regime is very much aware of our presence.

  23. Budhau Says:

    Hey guys, lets keep religion out of this – at least for now, when we need those idol worshippers on our side – that democracy thingie.
    Once we have our boys in power, we can then start talking about the Sunday bans and Fiji being a Christian state and all that good stuff.

    When are you buggers gonna learn that you have to move beyond this – race or religious classification of folks and get a constitution that “neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens”. (I think it was Homer Simpson who said that)

    This is not about us and them – it all about US.

  24. FijiGirl Says:

    @ RtSai – Are you implying that there is not enough pain and suffering for you to believe that there is anything wrong? Are you implying that until Fiji has reached the same state as Burma, Zimbabwe or Palestine we have no cause for discontent? Is the death of democracy and the rule of law in Fiji not a problem for you?
    God bless Fiji

  25. Wailei Says:

    Oilei… Here we go again with the doomsday speeches…..

    How funny it is when the methodists President backed the 1987 and 2000 coups…. and soon as some Catholics get involved everyone jumps the rest of the catholics throat even if they disagreed with the Mataca. Kemudou!
    These people who are involved have made their personal choices… It is their choice and not of the church.. Remember : That the Church is the people and not a building….. So, the majority of the church in Fiji do not back this coup. It is only some individuals who have made their choices. So, back off your Holier than though bullshit and stay with the politics. Who the hell are you bible bashers to preach here? If you have not sinned than you cast the first stone……. That is all… NEXT!

  26. Lusianna Says:

    Dear Bloggers,

    I tried posting this on the solivakasama blog but was blocked awaiting moderators approval. I doubt it will ever be published. I believe that my side of the story should be told.
    I have kept my silence till now but believe I should write something to clear the air.
    I use to have a blog called and regularly blog on other anti Fiji Coup sites. After the closure of RFC when it was hijacked by the goons I suggested we maintain that spirit and continue on another blog. I then set up this blog site and pass on the password to regular bloggers’ goneyalewaniviti, Jean d’Ark, Adi Kaila, Big Bill and Natewa Prince. The idea was to work as a tag team as one can not contribute content all the time.

    Over the months, it appears as if I was the only one blogging so I recruited in Jese Waqalekaleka as a contributor after a few correspondences and emailed him the password. He later on recruited in another gentleman who later blogs as FIRM.

    As SV grew there were numerous calls and suggestion by bloggers that we set up a global organisation and people were even suggesting we set up a political party, a trust fund etc. to help freedom fighters.

    At this point the only active people that were posting (the ones with the password) was Jese, FIRM and I. So due to these suggestion, the number of hits on the website and OUR DESIRE TO MOVE THE CAMPAIGN FROM MERELY BLOGGING TO OTHER WAYS OF RESISTING VORE AND HIS GOONS, we decided to set up a website and in crease the electronic warfare effort to another level. Blogging alone will not do anything against thick headed military goons.

    All of these at this point are done on trust and a common commitment to free our homeland from the tyranny that has now got an iron fist on it.

    The website was launched, branding done with merchandise and even without appealing people start donating in money.

    Last week, what started as a little spat between Adi Kaila who placed personal information about a lady on the internet in one of the thread of discussion got a bit out of hand. FIRM took offence as I believe he is related to the lady whose personal life was being discussed and things got really ugly. I must admit that I was disappointed with FIRM for deleting some of the comments as I am a strong promoter of freedom of expression. But then you have got to understand that he was trying t defend a relative and things can get emotionally charged.

    Also a public spat among freedom bloggers and taking a bite at each other publicly on this blog would be playing right into those that oppose us such as the Military and the illegal government. I mean, our fight is against Bainimarama and those that support him. To keeps things professional, I emailed FIRM and was trying to pacify him behind the scene before turning my attention to Adi Kaila.

    However while I was too busy trying to cool down FIRM and before I could turn my attention at Adi Kaila, she must have checked back to all her old emails, recovered the password and changed it blocking out all of us. That is my gut feel because the others who know the password had hardly contribute for the last 12 months.

    So if it is Adi Kaila she is now solely in control of this blog. In her selfish greed to get back at FIRM she has also kicked me out and others who have slaved hard to keep this blog alive and kicking day and night. If she is against I would like to state for the record that she had registered on it but unfortunately it got rejected as a person must register with his/her real name.

    I was really looking forward to the 1 million hit and I feel robbed right now. While I have never ever personally claim this blog as my own given initially it was my idea and I set it up, it feels like somebody has kidnapped one of my children.

    I emailed adi kaila last Sunday trying to reason with her that this fight is bigger then we but she has decided to ignore it.

    Right now I feel so dirty about the whole thing. I still would like to kick Voreqe Bainimarama in the butt but I feel so vindicated and used by what has happened here. Since Sunday, I do not even want to comeback to this blog but someone alerted me today about this posting and I think it was proper that I commented.

    Discussing with Jese Waqalekaleka on Sunday, we decided to try and keep it hush not to cause panic among freedom bloggers but it appears that personal agenda had being placed ahead of our fight so i now need to come out publicly.

    I have always told the team to keep your personal feelings out. You are in control of some very confidential information and please if people attack you comments, live by the principle we are fighting for and that is the chance for others to be heard. This fight and struggle is bigger then all of us as individual and we must remain focus on the big picture.

    I must state here that we are remaining focussed. FIRM has learnt a big lesson about what it takes to be a community organiser and we must move on after this road hump our our struggle for the freedom of our beloved Fiji. is programmed for some big fights this year and that is why we are asking for people to sign up. e-petitions are about to go out and one of the first big fights we are planning is against expatriates who have taken up jobs with the terrorist that run our country at present. The ball is now in your court whether you want to join the struggle or regret later because this journey will move on without you.

    For those of you who have donated money and now have doubts, email me at and I will contact the team to return them because we are not a bunch of losers that I trying to scam something off you.

    These gentlemen who are leading the fight have actually used their own money, time and effort to set up the website and we are moving this fight towards another level using our own time, money and effort and whether you want to come on board or not we are marching on to freedom.

    Again I say email me as I solely control and know the password to if you want to know more.

    NB: In due time, we the organisers of will come out in due time but for the security of our family we have decided to keep our ID confidential for now on.

  27. coup-buster Says:

    This idiot Voreqe is acting exactly like IDI AMIN DADA-The Military dictator who appointed himself to all the high positions in Uganda.namely-General Idi Amin Dada;President Idi Amin Dada; Prime Minister Idi Amin Dada;Minister of Finance Idi Amin Dada;Minister of Foreign Affairs Idi Amin Dada;Minister for Sugar Idi Amin Dada.
    He decorated Himself with all the high honours in Uganda and then some he made up himself?
    Can you imagine walking around with a weighted decorated Jacket front and back with junk and false honours on his military jacket?
    Voreqe is begining to act and looks just like his hero! Talk about planting sugar and making it without the Eu help.
    I wonder just where is he planning to sell his sugar to? Has he got a market for this sugar industry?Is he planning to wharehouse his sugar in Fiji and only sell them on the international Mafia markets?
    Well like Idi Amin Dada, the people of Uganda they’re finally had enough of their village idiot and got rid off Dada before he can caused more a more parmanent devastations. Will voreqes fate follow the same pattern? We think so!

  28. Jose Says:

    who do you think you are to tell anyone how and what they should blog. Iko na tamata 2 face liumuri levu duadua tiko na blog site qo. Keimami sa kila kece tiko ya. All you have to do is skip their posts not burst a vein in your pea brain trying to shit yourself, tamata dau kubu moro. lai cegu tu mada yani,tamata liumuri.

  29. Wailei Says:

    Jose; Please explain to me what are the facts of your accusations? How is it that i have “liumiri” as you put it eloquently. How is it I am two faced? Your accusations has no merit. Just because I dont condone racist remarks and religious bigotry? Your other comments appear disgusting and shows the kind of character and personality that you really have.

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