As the Nation braces itself against the floods and the consequences of this latest disaster, Sayed khaiyum is still beating his head against Freedom of the Press and the Fiji Times newspaper.
There is nothing that is printed in the Fiji Times that has disclosed information that may be classified as sensitive or secret to the public. Sayed khaiyum should be used to the idea by now that the public has an intense dislike of the interim regime and the illegal rules that they’ve imposed on the Nation. He himself states that it is an interim government and though he also says it was appointed by the President, and the appointment of which has been held valid in law, everyone else knows it is a case of ‘dream on Aiyaz’.
Any government of the day, whether it is legally elected or not has to keep an open mind and expect that it will be criticised. When it is an illegal government – any hope of positive feedback is harder to attain.
He would be better off heeding the praising of the spirit of the citizens of Fiji as David Hopcroft of the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort and Spa has, for the innovative ways his staff and staff of surrounding businesses have made to arrive at work on time with their happy smiles despite the obstacles in their way.
That’s one thing the illegal regime cannot do, dampen our spirits.
The Nation will rise above disaster, rebuild our homes, replant our dalo, carry on with our lives while the illegal regime farts around about being taken to task. Tut Tut.