February 6, 2008 at 1:25 am 6 comments

The senior officer corps of the RFMF is in disarray.

The latest news saying that Nasir Ali said that ‘Full Chow’ and ‘Marc Antonio’ were planning a counter coup against Bainimarama is a reality.

Teleni has long resented Bainimarama because he has always been the senior Naval officer. He has always been overshadowed by him and constantly told what to do.

His ‘secondment’ to the Fiji Police Force is no surprise. Bainimarama has always suspected Teleni as a bit of a sneak. Again one of our many sources has noted Teleni saying behind Bainimarama’s back, “I have no idea why we did this coup, I’m not sure where the whole corruption thing came from”. This particular utterance has been noted by a lot of people and we have had emails regarding this. Teleni also resents Chaudhry because of his unbelievable sway and control over Bainimarama. He is privately seething over this fact and Chaudhry is one his major adversaries.

Fancy that. The Commander of RFMF and senior naval officer being directed by some ‘two-bit kaidia’.

But putting troops that are armed to the teeth under Teleni’s command would be bad for business in the eyes of Bainimarama. What we at TWF suspect is that Teleni was seconded deliberately to Fiji Police Force in order to keep him happy and so that no armed troops would be put under his command. It ensures that Bainimarama (and proxy enabler Chaudhry) keeps all the arms under his command and that Teleni has little or no power to conduct any ‘counter revolutionary’ activity. Teleni gets a nice salary double up and keeps him at bay for now.

Teleni isn’t the only one. The appointment of senior military officers to foreign diplomatic positions is another kind of weird. I don’t know exactly what the deal is but Bainimarama like all dictators is extremely paranoid. Even his most loyal troops, he holds with the highest suspicion.

The above I believe is true. Look at Hitler and Stalin. Don’t trust them. Purge them.

Or in the case of Fiji, send them overseas where they can’t do much.


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Bomb threat… Its good

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  • 1. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 6, 2008 at 10:05 am

    I have just read a great post on FijiTimes.

    “Sauleca of 3FIR (7 minutes ago
    I am a career soldier in the FMF.I want to inform the public that not every soldier agrees with the Commander and his direction.We see up in the barracks that the commander has been corrupted by the FLP.We do not agree with him on siding with any political party to conduct a coup.

    The bomb threat is nothing new because it is used by Ops on the command from the top to disrupt any event that will give credit to the Mil Command’s enemies.There were many bomb threats in 2000, 2001 and all carried out by certain soldiers on a command.

    Most soldiers are fed up with the direction of the military.Our families , relatives and the citizens of Fiji are the ones suffering and in turn we suffer.Every body in Fiji is suffering because of a misguidance by those in command and in the IG.

    All the OR’s and many officers are daily discussing the possibility of returning the country to the people to end this abuse.Many soldiers want to return to normal duties.

    I am a real soldier and always known for my outspoken views up at camp. I urge the public to be patient and look out for more posts as we negotiate with the bosses about our requests.I urge those in command to ask God for repentance for those who have suffered and died during this coup.No coup is worth the life of a citizen and the command must start to reverse all these actions that have hurt Fiji.

    Those politicians who are supporting this coup should step down because the time has come when the soldiers have a change of heart.Most of us are Chistians,we belong to a respected Yavusa and we are also loyal citizens.

    I warn Commander not to go back on his word of next years election or there will be serious consequences among the ranks.Forgive your enemies Commander because that is the mark of a real Christian and Fijian.Oqo na gainisala e dodoni, savasava ka dina.Kena levu saka”

  • 2. Tim  |  February 6, 2008 at 11:10 am

    The best analysis of the pathetic little despot to date has come from Bubu: http://discombobulatedbubu.blogspot.com/2007/06/national-diagnosis-alert-bai-is.html
    It’s interesting to look back at that post and see how prophetic that has proven to be. The more the nutter continues, the more evident that diagnosis becomes.
    Frank the saviour (NOT)! So said Mugabe, Musharef and Hitler.
    Only the geography is different. Those that see the way forward by “engaging” with him should check history before they do so unless it is to offer him exile (on some remote atoll out of everyone’s way). Like Mugabe, in Frank’s eyes the regime has to continue using any and every excuse because he’s now petrified of the consequences of his actions.

  • 3. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 6, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    “The military council feels strongly that convicted people should not stand for elections,” explains army Legal Director Colonel Mohammed Aziz.

    I wonder if he has discussed this with chaudrhy, the convicted deadly driver.

  • 4. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 7, 2008 at 9:41 am

    There is wonderful news from Thailand.

    I will leave it for a few months to see if the military are true to their word and then I will book my holiday for this half year in Thailand. Sorry Fiji, but you still have military idiots stuffing up the place.

    What a shame bananasinpyjamas and his morons can’t see the same thing!

    “February 07, 2008 02:32pm

    THAILAND’S junta has said that the coup 16 months ago had failed to achieve their goal of erasing the influence of deposed premier Thaksin Shinawatra, whose allies have formed a new elected government.

    The junta that toppled him held a briefing to announce that their Council for National Security (CNS) had officially dissolved to make room for the elected government to take power.

    Air force chief Chalit Pukbhasuk also issued a statement apologising for any disruption caused by the coup.

    “If any of our actions caused disruptions to the public, on behalf of the CNS I would like to offer our apologies,” he said.

    Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej has unveiled a cabinet packed with Mr Thaksin’s closest aides, in a stunning political comeback for supporters of the flamboyant billionaire who has lived in exile since the putsch in September 2006.

    “The CNS was not able to achieve 100 per cent of our goals under (the) circumstances,” said Chalit.

    “I hope people understand the CNS was not trying to grab power. We have done our best, but the way things turned out did not live up to our expectations. We cannot blame anyone but ourselves,” he said.

    “There should not be any more coups, because that would affect our country’s credibility while other socialist, dictatorial countries are pushing for democracy,” he said.

    “If we are not democratic, we would be pressured like our neighbour,” he said, apparently referring to military-ruled Burma.

    “That would have a negative impact on our people and our economy.”

  • 5. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 7, 2008 at 10:01 pm

    bananasinpyjamas was rambling on yesterday about how the role of the military was in the constitution and it said that [my words] “any brainless, traitorous, undisciplined idiot with a few pips on his shoulders can get rid of the elected govt”.

    Can anyone please enlighten me as to what section of the constitution he is talking about?

    Methinks that the fool has never read the document!

  • 6. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 7, 2008 at 10:15 pm

    The concept of a military charter by chaudhry, the convicted felon, to cement his moronic military junta in power for many years is rejected by the international community.

    “The United States of America remains concerned about the political climate in Fiji, said American Ambassador Larry Dinger.
    Mr Dinger said the US wanted to see Fiji move quickly towards democracy.

    “We have not supported the Interim Government’s concept of the People’s Charter. This should be done by an elected government.”

    If only bananasinpyjamas could get this into his thick head.

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