UNBELIEVABLE BEHAVIOUR FROM THE IGNORAMUS P IGS

Wow the paranoid P ig is flexing its irrelevant muscles – must be too much kani tevoro.  Ia!
 
What with closing down businesses that belong to anti ig supporters and maintaining that no decree can be challenged, the sona really is lamu.
 
BIG TIME LAMUSONA – yep all the promulgations of decrees is firm confirmation the P igs are definitely haunted by the most gigantic stuff up in Fijis history and cannot worm their way out. Sa dina.
 
Bullying that brave lady Mere Samisoni for standing up to them is about as low as the P igs can go. How dare they try to close down her business when she has created so many opportunities for locals and given so much to the community.
The illegal regime is a bunch of ignoramuses………………………………………

By Michael Field 

 

Here is a strange thing: why is Voreqe Bainimarama against hot bread?

Dictators always like to micro-manage, it is a central piece of their reasoning. The poor souls can trust no one, so they have to crush all possibilities threatening them. It also means while serious big issues – like a collapsing economy – have to be put aside to deal with the small ones.

One such is the Hot Bread Kitchen chain, one of the few really successful trading operations in Fiji. 

The other day police arrived at the Hot Bread Shop with a big order – close.

The order came from The Dictator.

In a little noticed act of bravery, the staff replied that as there was no written authority to do such a thing, they would ignore it.

They would perform the radical act of selling bread.

Of course it was not the bread at issue; the fact is the shops are owned by Mere Samisoni – the overthrown but democratically elected MP for Lami.

She made the point that closing the bread shops would throw 500 people out of work. Each of the workers had between five to 10 people dependant on their wages to live.

As The Dictator has fired civil servants over the age of 55 – with the notable exception of the Aging Dictator Himself – the idea that so many people could lose their jobs was unpalatable.

Next day the police came and said the shops could stay open.

Word had come from the top; The Dictator, one images.

While this is a matter of some admiration, it is also a warning that some have not picked up on just yet.

It is the Mugabe Effect; Zimbabwe had a lot of shops and farms operated by people not inside the ruling clique. They were successful and made the country wealthy and self sufficient.

Mugabe seized them and gave them to his people.

Is this what The Dictator is doing – testing the possibilities of looting his own people?

32 Responses to “UNBELIEVABLE BEHAVIOUR FROM THE IGNORAMUS P IGS”

  1. Teejay For a Free Fiji Says:

    This is spot on. Unfortunately, megalomaniac Dictators like Bainimarama behave this way. They target their opponents and do whatever they can to cause major disruption, without any concern for the consequences.

    All too often, Dictators have limited intelligence and fail to understand that for every action we as human beings take, there is a consequence.

    Dictator Bainimarama has no concept of action = consequence, and many of us know it. Hence brute force and a reliance on croneys to do the dirty work. Another sign of limited intelligence.

    I refer you to my blog on 15th May.

    “Zimbabwe: a Failed Dictatorial State and a Clear Message.”

  2. Keep The Faith Says:

    http://intelligentsiya.blogspot.com/2009/05/breaking-richard-naidu-and-john-apted.html

  3. Tuks Says:

    Sorry folks but I thought you might be interested in these developments..in NZ amongst our Fiji [Indian] Communities where John Samy together with Jone Dakuvulka will be bulshitting the people there presenting a one sided story of the most unpopular Coup in Fiji…Read On folks…

    From: Maureen Revell [mailto:Maureen.Revell@vuw.ac.nz]
    Sent: Tuesday, 19 May 2009 3:57 p.m.
    To: IPS
    Subject: Fiji: The Case for Change: What should be the role and stance of the New Zealand Government?

    Good afternoon

    The Institute of Policy Studies is hosting a Roundtable Seminar on the above topic on Thursday 21 May 2009 from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon in Room RWW 501 (Level 5 of the Railway West Wing, Pipitea Campus, VUW.)

    Two guest speakers will provide an introductory background to the topic based upon their own recent “hands-on” experiences working on these issues in Fiji.

    Mr Jone Dakuvula is currently responsible for managing the Fiji Political Parties Initiative and the President’s Dialogue Forum – both initiatives intended to encourage agreement among all political parties on a number of major constitutional issues, particularly electoral reform. Between 1997 and 2007 Mr Dakuvula was Director of Programmes for the Citizens’ Constitutional Forum, a leading human rights and democracy NGO in Fiji. During 2008 he worked on constitutional reform and governance issues in the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji which had been tasked by Fiji’s President to formulate the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    Mr John Samy was formerly a Departmental Head in Suva prior to the first Rabuka coup (when he was forced to leave Fiji), and subsequently a senior official in the Asian Development Bank (retiring as Deputy Director-General in charge of all the Bank’s operations in the South Asian Regional Department). Now resettled in Auckland and working as a consultant, Mr Samy spent most of 2008 working in Fiji on a pro bono basis as Head of the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji. In this role he was responsible for conducting the major consultative process within Fiji which led to the finalisation of a major Report on the State of the Nation and Economy and to the formulation of the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    For those interested, the full text of the SNE Report and of the Peoples Charter is available on the web at: http://www.fijipeoplescharter.com.fj

    Anyone wishing to attend will be welcomed.

    Please send this notice on to your contacts who may be interested.

    Apologies for multi postings.

    ————————————————————————————–
    Maureen Revell
    Institute of Policy Studies
    School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington
    PO Box 600, Level 5, West Wing Railway Building, Bunny Street
    Wellington, New Zealand
    DDI +64 4 463 5307
    http://www.ips.ac.nz

    Please note: the Institute of Policy Studies has moved to Level 5 Railway Building.

  4. Tuks Says:

    Folks, I thot you might be intersted in these developments in NZ. John Samy and Jone Dakuvula will be presenting a one sided version of Frank’s coups. Without doubt their participation are blessed by Frank himself and the NZ Government has openly accepted them despite their strong anti coup stance…Read on…

    From: Maureen Revell [mailto:Maureen.Revell@vuw.ac.nz]
    Sent: Tuesday, 19 May 2009 3:57 p.m.
    To: IPS
    Subject: Fiji: The Case for Change: What should be the role and stance of the New Zealand Government?

    Good afternoon

    The Institute of Policy Studies is hosting a Roundtable Seminar on the above topic on Thursday 21 May 2009 from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon in Room RWW 501 (Level 5 of the Railway West Wing, Pipitea Campus, VUW.)

    Two guest speakers will provide an introductory background to the topic based upon their own recent “hands-on” experiences working on these issues in Fiji.

    Mr Jone Dakuvula is currently responsible for managing the Fiji Political Parties Initiative and the President’s Dialogue Forum – both initiatives intended to encourage agreement among all political parties on a number of major constitutional issues, particularly electoral reform. Between 1997 and 2007 Mr Dakuvula was Director of Programmes for the Citizens’ Constitutional Forum, a leading human rights and democracy NGO in Fiji. During 2008 he worked on constitutional reform and governance issues in the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji which had been tasked by Fiji’s President to formulate the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    Mr John Samy was formerly a Departmental Head in Suva prior to the first Rabuka coup (when he was forced to leave Fiji), and subsequently a senior official in the Asian Development Bank (retiring as Deputy Director-General in charge of all the Bank’s operations in the South Asian Regional Department). Now resettled in Auckland and working as a consultant, Mr Samy spent most of 2008 working in Fiji on a pro bono basis as Head of the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji. In this role he was responsible for conducting the major consultative process within Fiji which led to the finalisation of a major Report on the State of the Nation and Economy and to the formulation of the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    For those interested, the full text of the SNE Report and of the Peoples Charter is available on the web at: http://www.fijipeoplescharter.com.fj

    Anyone wishing to attend will be welcomed.

    Please send this notice on to your contacts who may be interested.

    Apologies for multi postings.

    ————————————————————————————–
    Maureen Revell
    Institute of Policy Studies
    School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington
    PO Box 600, Level 5, West Wing Railway Building, Bunny Street
    Wellington, New Zealand
    DDI +64 4 463 5307
    http://www.ips.ac.nz

    Please note: the Institute of Policy Studies has moved to Level 5 Railway Building.

  5. Tuks Says:

    From: Maureen Revell [mailto:Maureen.Revell@vuw.ac.nz]
    Sent: Tuesday, 19 May 2009 3:57 p.m.
    To: IPS
    Subject: Fiji: The Case for Change: What should be the role and stance of the New Zealand Government?

    Good afternoon

    The Institute of Policy Studies is hosting a Roundtable Seminar on the above topic on Thursday 21 May 2009 from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon in Room RWW 501 (Level 5 of the Railway West Wing, Pipitea Campus, VUW.)

    Two guest speakers will provide an introductory background to the topic based upon their own recent “hands-on” experiences working on these issues in Fiji.

    Mr Jone Dakuvula is currently responsible for managing the Fiji Political Parties Initiative and the President’s Dialogue Forum – both initiatives intended to encourage agreement among all political parties on a number of major constitutional issues, particularly electoral reform. Between 1997 and 2007 Mr Dakuvula was Director of Programmes for the Citizens’ Constitutional Forum, a leading human rights and democracy NGO in Fiji. During 2008 he worked on constitutional reform and governance issues in the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji which had been tasked by Fiji’s President to formulate the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    Mr John Samy was formerly a Departmental Head in Suva prior to the first Rabuka coup (when he was forced to leave Fiji), and subsequently a senior official in the Asian Development Bank (retiring as Deputy Director-General in charge of all the Bank’s operations in the South Asian Regional Department). Now resettled in Auckland and working as a consultant, Mr Samy spent most of 2008 working in Fiji on a pro bono basis as Head of the Technical and Support Secretariat of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji. In this role he was responsible for conducting the major consultative process within Fiji which led to the finalisation of a major Report on the State of the Nation and Economy and to the formulation of the Peoples Charter for Change, Peace and Progress.

    For those interested, the full text of the SNE Report and of the Peoples Charter is available on the web at: http://www.fijipeoplescharter.com.fj

    Anyone wishing to attend will be welcomed.

    Please send this notice on to your contacts who may be interested.

    Apologies for multi postings.

    ————————————————————————————–
    Maureen Revell
    Institute of Policy Studies
    School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington
    PO Box 600, Level 5, West Wing Railway Building, Bunny Street
    Wellington, New Zealand
    DDI +64 4 463 5307
    http://www.ips.ac.nz

    Please note: the Institute of Policy Studies has moved to Level 5 Railway Building.

  6. Anon Says:

    Wailei…so hilarious! First my sympathies go to the 2 renowned lawyers for the harrassment and inconvenience caused. But I cannot stop laughing at the way these idiots are going on their wild goose chase, prompted by the pathetic pro-pros blogsite “Real (duh!) Fiji News! Sa yawa na viavia Van Demme tiko, se agent Vinod Div!!!!My goodness, what else is up their sleeves???? A ratou pote tu, let’s keep on keeping on fellow bloggers…make them run around like headless chooks! Up the tempo…up the anti…whatever that’s left in our more sophisticated armoury, compared to theirs (blogs vs guns) Catchimm poppy!!!!

  7. Buddhau Says:

    if there was only one big army for all the South Pacific nations, the nightmare ofinstability would be over forever. it would become impossible for any military commander to stage a coup in a very multiethnic army where even the commander might be from PNG or the Marshall Islands.

    the Fijian, Tongan and PNG armies must me dissolved and replaced by a regional organization (not including Australia and NZ, just the small countries) and all other smaller nations should join.

  8. Truth Says:

    1 ga na ka me tukuni eke — Bainimarama supporters ought to be ashamed of themselves.

  9. Willy Says:

    Well, for all those day dreamers who still believe that Cassava Frank did this selflessly to root out the coup culture (an extraordinarily absurd claim) here is the true color of military dictatorship. Why not jail Mere under the looking North to Miranmar strategy.

  10. Grace Says:

    Fiji’s military govt arrests blogging lawyers

    Posted 10 hours 43 minutes ago

    Fijian authorities have detained three local lawyers who are accused of using internet blogs to campaign against the military government.

    Because all local media outlets have been censored in Fiji, a group of anonymous bloggers have started to provide news and their personal opinion.

    A pro-government website published the names of three high-profile lawyers they said were behind the blogs, prompting the government to detain them.

  11. epeli Says:

    They.ve also killed Ross Ligairi cause he wanted to move to the USA with his family. After the dictator got hold of the information from his military IT he immediately invited Ross to the Camp at Delainabua and had his goon beat the heck out of this good man. They later took him to the hospital but he was pronounced dead on arrival.

  12. Keep The Faith Says:

    @ Epeli — surely that is not true.

  13. Keep The Faith Says:

    Or is it?

  14. kaiveicoco Says:

    Budhau,
    if such a military is formed,are you willing to be recruited to join its ranks ?We have a soldier In Kadavu his name is Ratu Tavui and he can train you !!!

  15. Tuks Says:

    Kaiveicoco,
    Io na mataivalu tu vakawawa i kari….na mataivalu nei Ratu Tavui!!. Rauti Ratu Jo Nawalowalo vinaka me lai liutaka..

  16. SViade~ Says:

    @ Epeli could you please tell me when this happened plis!! and also where is Ross from?. (his village). I want to know.

    Thanks~

    IT IS IMPERATIVE TO ME.

  17. Soresore Says:

    Na boci ga na boci. This is a McCarthy witchunt. All it takes is some idiot to point the figure and the lamusonas with their guns cum around.

    They should go and pick up Real Jack aka J Savou from FJBoardExiles too.

  18. EnufDictatorship Says:

    it’s all here…UNTIMELY…SUDDEN DEATH…LEFT MANY SHOCKED NONE MORE THAN HIS FAMILY….

    SO, IF HE HASN’T BEEN SICK THEN WHAT???? WILL THE MILI. POPOS COME UP WITH SOME STRANGE DISEASE!!! INTERESTING INDEED…MAY MR. LIGAIRI REST IN PEACE! AND DID HE LEAVE ANY EVIDENCE BEHIND THAT WUD CATCH THE VORE’S BACKSIDE?

    Fiji diplomat passes away

    Thursday, May 21, 2009

    Update: 9:12AM THE sudden death of Fiji’s roving ambassador Ross Ligairi early this morning has left many in shock, and none more than his family.

    His wife, Losalini, confirmed the tragedy this morning but was not willing to elaborate as she was still in a state of shock.

    She said she would be willing to discuss her husband’s untimely demise later.

    The career civil servant, who is originally from NabalebaleVillage in Cakaudrove, Vanua Levu, died shortly after midnight at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital.

    He is survived by his wife Losalini, whom he once described as his “tower of strength” for his career success, and his three sons.

  19. SViade~ Says:

    Thanks EnufDictatorship.!!

  20. Buddhau Says:

    @kaiveicoco

    I think that the army is more an option for those who can’t complete a degree or do something really valuable for the society. Maintaining an army is very expensive and the society hardly get anything in return.

    If many small countries can manage to save money by sharing the same military organization that would be better.

    If frank is serious about ending the coup culture, he should think about meeting his peers in Tonga, PNG, etc to discuss about that idea.

  21. Truth Says:

    And make certain this Pacific Nations Military is not based in Fiji. Samoa as a location would work very well.

  22. Na Vosa Says:

    oilei o tau Nawalowalo….sa rauta mada na lave briefcase tiko

  23. This is Navoha Says:

    kaiveicoco,

    Na military based me tara i kadavu…is a good idea…me rau luitaka o Captain Ratu Nawalowalo kei Major Jim Ah koi….oti me rau yadua na briefcase……uuuuu rerevaki….volitaki tale o viti ya.

  24. Adi Kaila Says:

    @ This is Navoha

    That image is really hilarious. Thanks for the giving us timeout for a good laugh.

  25. Dau Says:

    Truth, Your assertion that I’m a soldier is totally wrong. I’m not worthy to wear that honorable uniform of our brave FMF. I am a Fijian Nationalist and a Patriot at heart. Am an open minded Modern Methodist. I will defend my country with my life. I believe in our sovereignity, and no foreign country like Australia, NZ, the EU or poodles like Samoa or Niue should dictate to us whats good for us. Only we alone who live here should plan and design our future; not these loudmouths who have chosen the so-called greener pastures of foreign countries should even open their mouths and villify the noble objectives of our Govt of the day.

    There are losers (like yourself) who lack self motivation and a sense pride in our Fiji… Regardless of the politics of the detractors we will march foward with unbending determination to see a better Fiji for all. As the detractors voices diminish into a “voice in the wilderness
    ” we pray that you see your folly is but, a futile exercise in futility. May God bless us all his children.

  26. Dau Says:

    Adi Kaila, Only a fool laughs at the foolishness of another fool. Some fool even Kaila till they lose their voices..LOL.

  27. Truth Says:

    Following is what was said Dau :

    “And make certain this Pacific Nations Military is not based in Fiji. Samoa as a location will work very well.”

    To which you sounded off a wild goose chase🙂 of sorts and as if am in the least bit interested in a bogus briefing about your nonsensical. Kemudou na tamata lolovira is factual and that should be enough for you since it is for the rest of us.

    An important contribution to this topic however, would have been a counter to why Fiji is the most appropriate host for a Pacific Nations Military base.

  28. Truth Says:

    On the other hand Kadavu is intriguing.

  29. Dau Says:

    Because I gotta leave for work,I don’t have time to delv into any more trivialities ,,,, except that I love you all as a children of God like myself. Truth!!!!! sa kua so na believe in your own sshh…….oiii…leii..Yadra mada BOCI….(wake up to the realities of today na weka) God bless our day!

  30. Truth Says:

    Naturally Dau that is the tune you gangsters take up and hope upon hope the rest of us are equally pee _sized in brains; sega kemudou ga na tamata lolovira dou mona lalai, rai e lekaleka, dau basu lawa, butabutako. And what I am saying is important enough to keep you coming back. And chock full of Truth, the whole Truth, and nothing but the Truth so help you God🙂

  31. this is navoha Says:

    No worries Adi koila its my pleasure….for you Dau…..please relax mada…we know you a very hard working crook like your boss FB.

  32. xzibit Says:

    Dau…..soli cici!!!!! dua ga na ka au via tukuna vei iko..!! drau veicai ga kei bainimarama!!!! BOCI!!….yadra tale mada yani lausamu!!

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