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Posted by Suliasi Daunitutu on March 29, 2009 at 8:48pm in World Issues
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You are invited to share and pen your ideas, views or opinions that will facilitate/assist our country back to democracy. All positive and/or negative ideas and comments to steer us back to the road of democracy are welcome.

Whichever way one looks at our current situation back home, democracy has been completely raped. The rape of democracy in Fiji is a virtual degradation of the populus of Fiji. Their human rights are being deprived:

1. the right to decide their government;

2. who they want to represent them;

3. their right to free assembly;

4. free protest;

5. free to organise into groups so that they can talk about what is pertinent to their daily lives;

6. protest on issues they do not agree with....with no fear of intimidation from anybody.

With this military regime in place, the concept of freedom per the Constitution is a total myth!

And, we, the people of Fiji need to come together and be vehement about our total disagreement with the military regime. So give us liberty or death! The reality of the issue is that democracy in Fiji has been raped...from top to bottom...left to right....inside and out and vice versa!

Here we have a military regime that talks about freedom to the people and yet the very same military regime randomly arrest people, torture them, inflict unnecessary harrassment and emotional stress to those that seem a threat to them. The military regime talks about racial unity.......the communal concept of togetherness and yet Fiji is far more racially divided today than it ever was.

The so-called advisors, viz-a-viz, John Samy, these are rejects from their adopted countries and yet they are being rewarded with exuberant amount(s) of money by these rogue military regime who have no idea what they are doing. Lying to the international community does not augur well with this interim government and yet the interim Prime Minister continuously talks with a forked tongue when addressing international issues. The ministers talk about internal securities as if Fiji is going to be invaded.

All around it is clearly seen that the economy is in tatters and the Constitution is just a useless piece of paper. The rule of law is as what the military regime wants it to be.

The above are just some of my views (from a pro-democracy viewpoint). But, do not let that deter you from penning your comments if you share otherwise.

So, let us come together and voice our views/comments, whether they be for or against the military regime and have a very healthy discussion here so that in the end we can factually understand what our role is, what we need to do and how we can come up with ideas to help restore democracy back in our beloved Fiji!

Please feel free to write what you like or dislike about the military regime. Be sincere and honest about your thoughts, without getting personal or spiteful.

Kindly note, this "topic" will expire as soon as we have an election.


  1. How Much more Corupt can Fiji Military Regime get: feast your eyes on article below from someone in Suva:

    Military Trucks with ambulance sirens!!!!Posted by JC on June 24, 2009 at 4:32pm in World Issues
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    Boolah forumers!

    Yesterday while catching the bus home(Suva-Nausori) I noticed probably 4-5 military trucks coming via the back road.
    Now our bus was parked @Laqere by the lights. Our bus was ready to go because well the lights were green, suddenly I hear the siren kind like those ambulance sirens going on. Now here I think its an emergency, to my surprise its the military trucks sirens which I hear.
    Now there light was still red and ours was green which meant that they should of waited and let us pass fast but NOOO! We unfortunately had to wait for those 5military trucks to pass. The funny thing is when I reached 8miles here were those military trucks just parked and yeah No Emergency!
    How inconvenient indeed!

    Neways does this mean that all I have to do is get an ambulance siren on my car or bus or whateva transport I'm in to get a freeway on the
    Or do I have to own a military truck or dress up in a miliary uniform to get special treatment. Do Share by JC

  2. Suliasi DaunitutuSunday, June 28, 2009

    In 2006 Bainimarama, after putting it on hold for a week, so he could watch a rugby match, finally did something that was germinatig in his head.

    There are documents and other evidence to prove this, much of which surfaced after the abbrogation of the Constitution in the Easter weekend this year. One might think it was the right time for them to surface because of the Appeals court ruling of the takeover's illegality.

    There are some also who have voiced, that the ugly serpernt of his intentions was starting to show its ugly head from the Chandrika Prasad case.

    It is now hitory how Mr. Chandraika won his case aginst the Interim Government in 2000 in which he told Bainimarama that his C/rights were brached. The simple summary from this is, when Voreqe announced that the Constitution was abbrogated, he was lying.

    Voreqe's own favourite lawman Gates ruled in Prasad's favour, proving that the Constitution was intact and was still the ultimate law of the land.

    It was from there, that this business of taking over the Nation, abbrogating its "spine" and draining the country of its wealth was starting to leak out of his egotistical pores

    That has gone, but it is not water under the bridge for most of us (as this letter proves)but as my birthday beckons on the 13th of July, I look back and see how Voreqe has left a trail of destruction, lies, innuendos, propaganda and blood behind him

    It is now a fght for survival for the country, its people and funnily him. The Sawakasa speeches, the invasion of a new cult and the passing out parade oral rubbish he delievered to the recruits lay claim to this.

    The soldiers are imbued with something the nation is in need of (money), so they arrogantly say that they will not take the fish scales (greed) from their eyes to see that they have not honoured their oath of allegience.

    My fellow Fijians, don't be dismayed. I will tell you now all the things that are on your side.

    You have first and foremost, the almighty God watching over you. Second, you have the truth and the law vouching for the people, and also history.

    The fight has begun and we will liberate our country and with God's help, return Fiji to the way the World should be.

    Suliasi Daunitutu



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