Someone hand the illegal, self imposed prime minister of Fijistan a laxative please.
Oinks criticism of Fijians being lax is totally unfair considering the fact that most Fijians were doing very well up until 5.12.06 when the green eyed monster showed it’s true colours of insane jealousy, covetousness, veiqati emerged to strike down anyone who had worked hard to achieve wealth and status in the Nation.
Normal Fijians who had seen their great grandparents, grandparents and parents lay down the foundations for them to succeed in life through education and plain old hard work that never hurt anyone who did not fritter away their basic inheritance to follow and lead by example, have been left in the lurch, literally sacked or gotten rid of in no uncertain terms from the positions that they had strived hard toward to help make a difference in Fiji for the betterment of the Nation.
The good citizens who contributed to socially inclusive wealth creation.
But try telling that to oink and his co conspirators the worst lot of losers ever to live on our beloved land, and committed the greatest crimes ever, who like all criminals/sinners/liars finding any excuse to turn the blame around and accuse the innocent for their despicable behaviours.
As the man on the street is heard to say about oink and his co conspirators ” Vosa tu, blerry ulukau” quick translation, ” Who are you to talk, you bloody wooden head” Yeah man, not a brain to speak of in sight, Knock Knock.
Here’s another of his rants that deserves a good dose of the most potent laxative to keep him in the shithouse where he belongs ……
Too much laxity among Fijians: ILLEGAL PM
Fijians are no longer able to achieve their dreams and goals because there is too much laxity among them says Fiji’s ILLEGAL Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama.
Opening the Tailevu Provincial Council meeting in Korovou yesterday, Bainimarama said people must start working together to create a better future.
“There is too much laxity among Fijians [therefore] we are not able to achieve the dreams and goals we once had,” Bainimarama said.
“We are not [working] hard instead we are always waiting for government to help us.”
He said this should not be the case as Fijians were blessed with abundant land and were surrounded by the ocean.
“We need to work together as a family, mataqali, tikina, village, and [with] our brothers and sisters who now call Fiji their home. We need to change our mindset. It is time that we work together for a better Fiji.”