Well what have we here, another little man who cannot cleanup wide scale corruption in his own country supporting another little man with zero brain cells to continue unheeded with full scale corruption in Fiji.
Get lost Somare your advise is not needed in Fiji, Vinaka Vakalevu.
We are well aware of your presumed godfather status toward the late Ratu Maras now quite old offsprings and the older husband of one of them who is the real coup maker from way back to 1987, now illegal president of our beloved Islands.
Yes, familiarity breeds like nothing else in this family who have ruined our Islands with their self serving attitude that they are the only ones fit to govern us, no thank you very muchee.
Respect is earned, not gained by illegal methods.
Somare offers ILLEGAL PM support
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare offered Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama some support as he he continued his New Zealand tour.
Sir Michael was in Wellington as part of his four-day trip to New Zealand.
He was officially welcomed to Parliament in a formal ceremony and then went into bilateral discussions with Prime Minister John Key.
When asked by reporters about what they called the recent media “crackdown” in Fiji, Sir Michael said it could be taken in two different ways.
“We hope there is always understanding, for any developing country, particularly in the small island states like Fiji … sometimes you know there must be understanding by media, try to really interpret what the real thinking in the minds of island people are and maybe it’s looking at things in a different way than you in the west look at it.”
The media should consider people’s way of living, he said.
“I’m talking about understanding, you’ve got to understand the Pacific people, their motives and their way of thinking, their characteristics and try and translate and report on what they believe.”
Asked about elections in Fiji, Sir Michael said: “He’s made up his mind, he’s going on 2014.
“I’m hoping that the time will come when he’ll come good and tell us when the elections are going to be held.”
Mr Key said: “We talked about the desire New Zealand has to see democracy restored to Fiji, hopefully sooner than 2014.”
Sir Michael said he had established a good understanding with Commodore Bainimarama.
He said this was an advantage of the Melanesian Spearhead Group, which refused to take action against Fiji despite Fiji’s suspension from the Pacific Islands Forum and the Commonwealth.
Sir Michael said: “People have said it (the Melanesian Spearhead Group) failed. We don’t think it has failed.
“At least we kept the dialogue going. I mean I can pick up a phone, talk to Bainimarama tonight if I want to, he can talk to me on the phone.
“At least there is a dialogue and communication that we have established, yes.” ––
………………. AND OF COURSE THE OINK IS A HAPPY OLE PUAKA WITH THE MIDGETS SUPPORT …………………..
HE’S A TRUE FIJI FRIEND
Government has welcomed the support for Fiji shown by a Melanesian leader.
Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama praised the understanding shown by Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare when responding to New Zealand media queries on Fiji’s situation.
“Sir Michael Somare has been a friend of Fiji since way back,” Commodore Bainimarama said.
“He understands what is happening in Fiji and he has always supported it.”
He said Sir Michael’s latest statement to the media again proved the solidarity of the Melanesian countries to stand together and support each other.
“He has always been a friend unlike some other people in the Pacific,” Commodore Bainimarama said without elaborating.
Commodore Bainimarama called on people in the Pacific to come on board and understand what the Government is planning to do for the nation and its people.