Oi lei some people in their lofty spaces will be hit with a gaol term if caught in the company of prostitutes.
Ahem, does this apply to the husbands of the evil, vicious old bags  pulling the strings behind the scenes.
Happy Birthday Mr President (sung in the Marilyn Monroe style)
Now where will the shamimis husbands go to relieve their frustrations? ……….
 “Penalty for prostitution”

Shalveen Chand
Saturday, January 30, 2010

PEOPLE who make a living off prostitution are liable for a jail term of six months while people caught hiring prostitutes can get jail terms of up to 12 years under the new Crime Decree.

The decree comes into effect next week and lists a set of penalties for things considered a crime with regard to prostitution.

Anybody found operating a brothel, or services which procure prostitution are liable for prosecution. The penalties are harsher when the crime involves people under the age of 18.

The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre says bringing in tougher laws will help ease the problem of prostitution but will never eradicate it.

Centre co-ordinator Shamima Ali said squatters were making a living off prostitution, and that in some cases fathers dropped off their daughters at well known hang-outs for sex workers.

“It is a very old profession and goes back to so many years, and the poverty and lack of education for women is not helping either,” she said.

Ms Ali said prostitution was fuelled by men’s desire for sex.

“Even if the new laws with its harsher penalties take away the sex workers from the streets, there is a very high chance that prostitution will go underground,” she said.

She said the level of poverty in some areas was extreme, and the Centre was aware of cases where wives took up prostitution in order to take some money home.

“The men usually stay at home waiting for their grog and cigarette money, and the women provide for the whole family including sending the children to school,” she said.

In one case, a man living in Nausori with two wives has told them to either beg or sell themselves in order to buy his alcohol.

Under the new crime decree this crime is punishable by a prison sentence of 12 months. The decree also states that any person residing with a prostitute is also liable.

Punishment in regards to prostitution ranges from 12 years to three months in jail, and also includes fines.


Instead of worrying about the kalavos and the dau vei masi, the illegal regime should concentrate on trying to get the Nation back on its financial feet.

It’s all very well to lie about forecasts in economic growth as the RBF has been fond of doing since 5.12.06 when the illegal regime believes in their own spin, but to crack down on prostitution, it’s never going to happen.

This is another futile attempt at hiding glaring facts from the Nation.

Hey coupsters, banging down on prostitutes that most of you frequent, yeah those people who are trying to make a living in these really tough economic times caused by the illegal regime does not hide the fact that you’ve completely *%#&ed up the Nation, LITERALLY!

The enormity of the illegal regimes complete *%#& up is akin to the tragedy in Haiti, in the fact that it will take at least a decade if not more to restore our Nation of Fiji to any real state of economic recovery.  Lucky for us here in Fiji we’ve been spared such a massive disaster as an earthquake that would really demolish any semblance of normality.

The earthquake  in Haiti was a Natural disaster. The disaster in Fiji since 5.12.06  caused by the illegal regime was man made by some truly incompetent people.

Go coupsters and find the paedophiles who put  youngsters in Fiji in  grave danger as they prey on their vulnerability.  Too easy eh, because the paedophiles are quick to buy you beer and cigarettes to go with your fried rice. Getting rid of paedophiles should be first on your ‘clean up campaign’ to do list, but it’s not going to happen because the most dangerous paedophiles in the South Pacific are right in the thick of the illegal regime, farter barr and those two fugly so called lawyers gates and pryde – euuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.

Someone is watching you all …



  1. Koya na Man Says Says:

    Prostitution is an old trade dating back to biblical times, and it goes to show that we live in a world of sin and we fall short of the glory of GOD.

    WHat does bhaini think his laws can change it, no way, I’am not in support of the pros.., but would like to draw a bigger picture and that, it is mens desire to do sin and lustful things.

    To make it simple a bloodied person in open waters is no doubt going to be a shark meal, so as men on earth attracted to lust and sinful norms..

    Do you see the picture, it’s unstopable,they can do networking using pimps(like in the bigger countries)…

    Sa dri yani..

  2. Osefo Says:

    They dispence as many decrees as they so desire but it makes no difference.

  3. ofa Says:

    This is nothing but a lame attempt to distract people from the real problems of Fiji. And I am pretty sure that they are not prostitution, but the economic conditions that force young people into prostitution. What has the junta done to improve these? Less than nothing, as the economy deteriorates further. But perhaps one day we will see Gates doing his 12 years for hiring a young boy?

  4. Nostradamus Says:

    God made men and women to want sex.
    Now it is too expensive to try to raise children in Fiji and now it has gotten to the point where men send their wives and children out to make money this way just so that they can survive. The way to reduce this is to turn the economy around, not persecute these desperate people with Islamic law enforced by the military.

    Let us start by recognising that every other previous administration has had a positive economic growth rate where people can look forward to jobs. The growth was enough to cater for an expanding population. Now the economy is contracting at 2.5% per year under VB while it previously was expanding at 2.7% per year under Rabuka and Qarase. Before that you had almost 6% growth under Jo Kamikamica and Ratu Mara.

    So what is the difference now? The difference is that you have an unelected government with no mandate and no accountability which is not supported locally or abroad, for good reason. Economically they are driving the citizens of Fiji into the ground or forcing them to migrate or leave their families or take on unsavoury work in the sex trade.

    Forecasts now show that real purchasing power for people in Fiji is going to be cut in half every 10 years of so if thiings keep going as they have for the last 3 years. From 2006 to 2014 is 8 years. But the time VB’s elusive election rolls around, peoples incomes will have dropped in half, when you consider the economy, population growth, and inflation.

    These guys are ruining Fiji.

  5. ofa Says:

    Election in 2014? Keep dreaming….

  6. hari Says:

    Damned, Hey whoever found my property-on the beach- in Rabi please keep it as a souvenir cause one of them item has cassava patch frank name on it!

  7. Nostradamus Says:

    That is why I said “elusive”. Another word might be “ethereal” or “delusional”. I don’t like “delusional” because I don’t think that even in his delusional mind Voreqe has any intention of holding an election unless it is one of those fake ones they have in places like Zimbabwe with only one party allowed to run, which in Fiji might be the “Green’ party.

  8. Annon. Says:

    @ hari – things lost in Rabi.

    Say it would be well eaten by now…

  9. Eroni. Says:

    Something very strange about all this?

    Media constantly reminds X number of prostiutes deported etc – yet not one single person (local pimp) in Fiji has ever been charged?

    What their suggesting is that these overseas people with no local knowledge (lingiustic or otherwise) simply arrived in Nadi – made their way to Suva – set up business?

    Talk about corruption in high places…

  10. Frida Says:

    has anybody noticed that when you arrve into nadi, at most times, info-fijians are at the Fiji passport Holders lane while the fijian’s are looking after the foreigners?

    Wonder what is going on?

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