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RFN has reported today that Ana Rokomokoti has shredded Frank & Cos. High Court records and sacked senior staff at the High Court registry.
Bloggers go back and read these POSTS on this site:
The Appalling Old Oink is at it Again &
Latest Poo Poo from the RFMF Media Cell
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We knew what Pig Bhainimarama was up to – he is reinventing himself completely, bloody manumanu macawa, no ghare, and is intent on hogging it all.
Anyway here are the Posts again to revisit and I suggest you all check your details in the VKB:
“The Appalling Old Oink is at it Again”
Not content with hijacking the legally elected SDL Government, the illegal regime is hellbent on dissolving local governments, another ‘clean up’ of their operations, claiming that some municipalities have been tainted by political affiliations.
Tainted? I ask the illegal regime.
Tainted is when they put their own coup apologists in to replace legally elected Mayors,
What comes to mind is the fact that they are contemplating altering the way land rates and taxes are charged now that Piggy Bhainimara and his children are ‘home owners’ to avoid paying any.
Much like when Piggy and the illegal regime did all in their might to discredit and purge the GCC, then suddenly changed tactics and vowed that the VKB was intact. What was that statement all about? It surely came out of left field. Why shouldn’t the VKB be intact?
Well maybe the VKB is more intact now that Piggy has illegally, exactly like how he staged the 5.12.06 coup, interferred with the VKB by forging his and his forebears status in Fijian society, from mere fishers to Vunivalu no less?
Are Piggy and the illegal regime going to change land titles? Playing fast and loose with the taxpayers money and now their property as well?
I wouldn’t put anything past these lowlifes.
Will they proclaim that the whole of the Wainunu area and its surrounds, qoliqoli and all in Vanua Levu and Niusiladilailai belongs to Mrs Piggy Bhainimaramas family.
They are certainly not shy about buying up homes when the whole of Fiji knows they had sweet bugger all before 5.12.06 – not even a lean to.
After depleting the Nations coffers they are intent on raiding the local municipalities coffers.
Where does that leave those in the shadows? The likes of $50 Ganilau and his tavale of the same name Epeli Nailatikau.
Is Tovata to be portioned off to $50 and Burebasaga to EN? No questions asked? Everyone of them wants a piece of something they are not entitled to.
Who knows what level of corruption this illegal regime will go to in their endeavour to achieve their insatiable greed. The level of corruption is unprecedented in this Nation.and there is far worse for us to endure.
So much for the ‘clean up campaign’ good govenance and transparency touted so loudly by Piggy Bhainimarama in the early days of the 5.12.06 coup, it’s time to reverse it, and for him to explain himself. Bah!
There’s something the dysfunctional Mr and Mrs Piggy Bhainimarama should think about – No man or woman is rich enough to buy back his or her past.
That goes for the rest of the illegal regime and their puppeteers.
“Poo Poo from the RFMF Media Cell”
MUCH has been said about the proposed Common Roll. Some members of the community reject the idea whilst some who supported it in principle think that adapting to the system was far too early for this young democratic nation. However the National Council for Building a Better Fiji is adamant that it is best to substitute the Communal Roll.
The people must take into consideration that the Communal Roll has been part and parcel of Fiji’s prolonged dilemma. Past problematic scenario depicts that this friendly nation has been overwhelmed with unacceptable burden which has to be uprooted as we embark on development ideologies which is vital for a developing nation like our beloved Fiji.
Evidently the racial issue in Fiji has somewhat evolved during the Colonial days where Indigenous-Fijians, European and Indo-Fijians were represented in the Legislative Council on an elite ethnic basis. Historically the European males were enfranchised in 1904 for being granted seven elective seats while the Indigenous-Fijians were represented by two chiefs who were chosen by the Governor following recommendation of nominees from the Great Council of Chiefs.
The Indo-Fijians were later granted a seat in 1917 but were represented by a nominee of
However their seat was made elective in 1929. Although the numbers of seats were later made equal in 1954, the Indigenous-Fijians continued to be represented through the recommendation of the Great Council of Chiefs until the last Colonial General Elections in 1966.
Since the early 1960s the Indo-Fijians dominated National Federation Party (NFP) embarked their campaign for the universal suffrage on a common roll. The concerned leaders of the Indigenous-Fijian community opposed the idea as it would grant effective political control to Indo-Fijians who then comprised majority of the country’s population.
It can be articulated that the proposal made by Indo-Fijians was also done out of fear for their uncomfortable status in Fiji. The concern that had ignited from both parties may have triggered racial difference between the two major ethnic groups in Fiji.
Obviously the nation endeavored on the communal voting system while the fearful mindset of members of both ethnic groups worsened and racial discrimination became polarized throughout the years.
Racial discrimination has troubled members of both ethnic groups in almost every aspects of life in Fiji. It has affected other minority groups and the nation as a whole. To an extent politicians from either side of the major ethnic groups continue to pass racial discrimination remarks during parliament sittings followed by claims that racial remarks should be withdrawn. Such parliamentary behavior of exchanging sentiments on a quest for ethnic recognition is a major drawback as it consumes precious moments to discuss or debate on a sensible ideology for the development of this nation. The introduction of the electoral and voting system reform is not new to the international community as well as in Fiji. It has been done for a reason and surely for improvement. The proposed voting system will certainly clear the mindset from racial distinction which has undermined the political behavior of this nation and ensure sustainable parliamentary democracy. Ethnic tension in Fiji has to be eradicated as ethnic groups’ core values are intact and protected.
Politically as electorates they will be articulated as one on the common roll, however ethnically the people will continue to cherish their ethnical values as their right to do so is perfectly enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Fiji.
The National Council for Building a Better Fiji’s (NCBBF) proposal is in contrast to that of the NFP. The proposed voting system is similar but the intent of the NCBBF is for building a better Fiji for all.
RFMF MEDIA CELL
”ethnical values” what the f*^#k ???? I bet you my collection of florescent glow in the dark uuuhhhmm that its the same moron who invented the word “Inciteful” whose been drafting press releases for the FMF media cell. Blerry vula vaka vo.