Stay safe people

January 29, 2008 at 5:08 am 4 comments

As Cyclone Gene has unleashed on Fiji, I hope that everyone is safe and sound. Make sure you protect your belongings and keep an emergency kit (i.e. food, water, first aid) in case you have to evacuate quickly with your family. I’ve got mine and its ready in case the next Cyclone bears down on us. Keep your kids away from any downed power lines
or flooded areas.

Seems like the regular drill but just making sure that all you guys are alright.

P.S. Last time I heard, it looks like the RFMF and interim government are going to blame the devastation of Cyclone Gene on the ousted (but still legal) SDL government. They corrupted the country, now they are corrupting the weather.


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  • 1. Indian  |  January 29, 2008 at 1:39 pm

    The IG has started out by taking credit for buying votes with free lunches (taxpayer expense). Then the Minister for Foriegn Affairs has travelled to the foreign country of Navua to inspect the hospital or the nurses (where is the Minister of Health or PWD?). Of course the Commander brought all his armed bodyguards in case there was a food riot or a cleanup campaign in the Navua hospital with SDL hiding under the beds.

  • 2. ex Fiji Tourist  |  January 29, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Greetings to all the bloggers in Fiji!

    My sympathy goes out to all those who have lost loved-ones and property.

    From what I have seen and read lately, the military seems to be playing an insignificant role in restoring essential services.

    Is this because, in 8 years, the bipolar commander bananasinpyjamas has not seen this as the role of the military?

    Are the military engineers, mechanics, electricians, etc on the ground already at disaster areas or are they still sitting in barracks polishing their boots?

    Did bananasinpyjamas have troops, planes, helicopters, etc on standby to be mobilized the moment the weather abated?

    If there are no military helicopters in Fiji, why hasn’t bananasinpyjamas and his moronic officers purchased same out of their huge budgets over the past 8 years?

    Is this because bananasinpyjamas feels secure knowing that he is surrounded by 5000 soldiers?

    Why would bananasinpyjamas feel the need to be guarded by armed soldiers when he was posing for photographs at an evacuation centre?

    As the CEO of the military organization in Fiji, bananasinpyjamas has performed poorly in developing strategic plans to move the military forward into a position to help Fijians. And this moron mumbles phrases about moving Fiji forward.

    The pathetic fool is flat out moving his bowels each day!

  • 3. Save the Sheep  |  January 31, 2008 at 2:05 am

    NEWS Flash


    Interim Finance Minister MaHandInMy Chau today expressed his disgust at the actions of the Ballu Khan funded plot by the SDL to bring Fiji ti its Knees by Manufacturing a cyclone from their headquarters in Vanuabalavu.

    “This is just one of the many underhanded tricks this SDL Mob of No hopers willpull to regain power” said Chau.

    Responding to this revelation, Interim Prime Minister Midshipman Frankly Iam Bipolar said, “The SDL will never reagin power and this latest stunt will make sure they never even stand again for election”. “My solidiers very very shortly pay Mr Khan a visit and sort him out once and for all”.

    When asked what evidence he had for this latest surprise revalation, Bipolar fumed. “Evidence! are you people stupid or something? The wind is blowing isn’t it? The rain is falling eh? What more do you want from me?

    What More can we say?

  • 4. butterscotch  |  January 31, 2008 at 6:41 am

    Lol @ StS! what more indeed!

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