Check out the link below which records some very ineresting debate on the above topic.
Though we do not wish to be a part of the 'political turmoil' one cannot help but observe the 'twists & turns' thats unfolding before us.
The experts are keenly watching on both sides & assessing the saga. For those of us that are on the other side of the 'fence from Fiji' cannot help but lament on the deepening of crisis as it seems & relationships dithering before our very eyes. Our questions are : when will all these saga come to an end???
We would like to see our families back home in Fiji regardless of what ethnic background they are from to once again enjoy the freedom they once use to have.
The impact of whats happening back in Fiji on Fiji people who resides offshore are immense to say the least. One is almost so scared to make comments to another in the street for fear of being ostracized from ones community or let alone be taken straight to the army camp when one lands in Fiji as has been the case.
For this Christmas, we will hold that 'Lit Candle out' for all our families back in Fiji who are suffering & are unable to give their loved ones a 'Special Christmas & New Year'.
We love you all & will hold you dear to our hearts this Christmas & May all your dreams & aspirations come true for the future.
On final note:
If we may cite from the autobiography of The Late Former President John F. Kennedy of USA as written by the experts quoted below, at:
His Inaugural Address offered the memorable injunction: "Ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country." As President, he set out to redeem his campaign pledge to get America moving again. His economic programs launched the country on its longest sustained expansion since World War II; before his death, he laid plans for a massive assault on persisting pockets of privation and poverty.