THE ILLEGAL REGIME SINKING EVER LOWER

Can you believe this crap.
 
As if the Australian Government would do such a thing. We’re pretty damn sure the Australian have better things to do with $1 billion.
 
And who would want to bother assassinating the irrelevant ole oink, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawn
 
We know he’s the mad puppet OINK being cleverly manipulated, but he is not the one who is actually running the show. Although he likes to think he’s the star from a Denzel Washington movie, he’s really the biggest stooge in the world.
 
Nah, all lies.
 
The Qaranivalu should get his people to group curse these liars, that’ll fix the whole lot of them in one go. No need for $1 billion assassination plots that dwell in the minds of the silly gungho soldiers. Too many Iraqi roadblocks have stunted their minds.
 
MORE SKULLDUGGERY FROM THE ILLEGAL REGIME TO DIVERT OUR ATTENTION, AFTER ALL, THEIR KANGAROO COURT ONLY  BENEFITS THEM AS IT IS AN ILLEGAL ONE ANYWAY, SO THEY CAN BULLSHIT TILL THEY’RE ALL BLUE IN THE FACE & CONVICT ANYONE ON TRUMPED UP CHARGES.
 
WE ALL KNOW THIS CASE WAS NOT PROVEN IN THE LEGAL COURT AFTER 5.12.06 HENCE THE BULL DARI.
 
Just wondering how they’ve rewarded this so called witness.
 
A LIE IS A LIE IS A LIE IS A LIE …
 

Aust ‘put up $1 bln assassination back-up’

February 04, 2010 04:32:22 PM

The Fiji High Court today heard that the Australian government was willing to give $1 billion to kick-start the Fiji economy if plans to assassinate Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama went wrong and an uprising ensued.

During the trial of eight men charged with conspiracy to assassinate Bainimarama, Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and then Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry, State witness Major Isireli Narawa said he was assured by one of the eight, Ratu Inoke Takiveikata that the consulates of the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom stationed in Fiji had granted him (Ratu Inoke) their support.

Answering questions from State lawyer David Toganivalu, Narawa said he first met Takiveikata in a Nadi hotel room on 24 October 2007 where he claims Takiveikata told him his group had the backing of the vanua (state), the Methodist church and international community in their campaign to overthrow the Bainimarama regime.

Narawa said Takiveikata also told him they had arranged for the purchase of weapons to be used in the assassination to be brought in from New Zealand.

Defense lawyer Akuila Naco questioned Narawa, the military’s Chief Staff Officer Intelligence, as to why he did not query about the types of weapons that would be purchased since the idea of infiltrating the community was to recover missing weapons from the 2000 coup.

“Because Kuli (army spy) had already given us in his reports the types of weapons they were getting and Ratu Inoke would not have known the specifics of the weapons if I had asked him,” Narawa said.

The alleged meeting was arranged by army intelligence officer Lance Corporal Peniasi Kuli, the army’s double operative who discovered the alleged assassination plot in September 2007.

7 Responses to “THE ILLEGAL REGIME SINKING EVER LOWER”

  1. Nostradamus Says:

    Now let me get this right: If the assassination plot failed, Australia was going to give $ billion to kick start the economy?
    Was this a bribe to ensure that the plot failed?
    It does not make any sense to me. Can someone explain the logic, and why Australia would be so foolish to get involved with this. It is so nonsensical that I can only expect it was made up by the same idiots who invented the “coup to end all coups” or as Kalouniviti used to advertise, sex before church starts (during the prelude) to end the desire to have sex during church (during the sermon, presumably). I mean what else are you going to think about while the preacher is babbling on about drinking too much and all those nicely dressed ladies are sitting there across the isle or even at your side?
    Tell me, is language in Fiji based on emotion rather than on truth or logic?

  2. ex Fiji tourist Says:

    It is a wonder that this ’so-called judge’ could have sat and listened to the ‘fairy tale’ for so long.

    A proper judge in a proper jurisdiction would have asked questions of the ‘witness’ and directed council to ascertain the ‘facts’.

    But this illegal puppet sitting in a red coat is quite happy to listen to ‘bull excreta’ as long as his grog bill is paid each week.

    I would imagine that counsel for the defense will ask this ’star’ witness about his ‘importance’ to the moronic military.

    After all, it has taken him TEN years to rise through the ranks to; wait for it; ‘Lance Corporal’.

    To add insult to injury, the fawning dogs of the junta jaundiced media, refer to this git as ‘an army officer’.

    Only in Fiji would a bugle blower become a colonel in three years and a lance corporal be called an officer.

    It is also interesting to note that NO overseas ’silks’ are appearing for the defense.

    Maybe they all had their visas rejected?

    In summary, this is a sham of a trial and would be fitting in Burma or Zimbabwe.

  3. Annon. Says:

    Don’t know who advising these people on iTaukei matters – but?
    Putting Rt Inoke in a prison is not a well thought out idea.
    That only leaves Ro Kepa & the Reverends?
    Stability?

    As for $1 billion $ payoff? Obviously not put out to tender.

  4. hari Says:

    Who the heck would payout 1billion dollar to take out or shoot that idiot-Bai? You put that kind of Money in the International Mafias’ circle and Bai’s Ass would have been fried and cooked already! How come Ratu Inoke is been retried, last i hear he had won his case in the Supreme court of Fiji?

  5. Annon. Says:

    Strange story todays FS?
    Having voluntarily vacated his lease several years back in search of greenier pastures in chickens – Jalil now suddenly finds himself in the paper demanding his farm back.
    2 thing stand out in this?

    Given Jalil’s reputed hereditary connection with this property + plus his apparent desire to return to farming – wouldn’t you think the first people contacted would be the traditional owners? Not the gov via the FS?

    Acknowledge FS is official media outlet – regime promotes itself as stability – so who’s stirring up (responsible) – for this inciteful rubbish?

  6. Koya na Man Says Says:

    This is simple, well known hot air lies, normally thrown around by the military intelligence(batini tanoa kind as we know here) to cook up some false propaganda.

    They are just trying to victimise Australia with all these lies, and thinking its a smart move,looking at the story it just plain rubbish..

    As I’ve said go back to the barracks as u failed again on this one, and continue with your Masi Dakai excirse…

    Ten Australian SAS entered our country through Nadi in 2006 prior to the December coup and went straight to their embassy at Tamavua,with 5 silver cases and a couple of bags containing light arms and surveillance cameras.

    If Australia seriously wants to fry bhai will they be passing infos.. to the locals, knowing very well that we have a very reliable coconut wireless network.

  7. cassavapatch Says:

    Apparently poor little major narawa has a headache? Or is it a nervous breakdown? These military clowns are being used by the terrorists behind this coup! Perhaps one day the military dancing girls will wake up and clean out these terrorist parasites destroying Fiji!!
    Is it true that mrs oink is having trouble sleeping at night? She is feeling more like mrs ceausecu every day!!

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