Qarase shall fight on

February 26, 2008 at 5:54 am 1 comment

Leading from my article about the deportation of the Fiji Sun publisher, I have to laugh at FICAC taking Laisenia Qarase in and charging him.

They couldn’t find anything while he was in power, so they dragged up his past. Of course they have absolutely no evidence against him. Why the hell did they need to interview him three times in order to get the information? If they had substantial and devestating evidence, then why so secretive? Why the need to interview so many times? Not to mention that, a special late night court sitting was used. Another waste of taxpayer money.

How much money is the interim government spending on all these frivolous cases against other people? Vendettas against people who held no malice against the RFMF and interim government prior to December 2006. I never heard Qarase want to kill, shut down or make miseries of the lives of the people currently pulling the strings. He was always open to dialogue and even made concessions to the Commander when the two had talks in New Zealand prior to the coup.

But Qarase is a fighter. Fijians should rally behind all those who have been wronged or accused by the pigs in power. They should get out and support them. The Fijian sitting at home shouldn’t be saying “it isn’t my chief, my family or myself, so why should I support them?”

The reason why is because maybe not now or in the immediate future. But sometime someone close to you will be hurt and trampled on by those with the guns. And believe me, it doesn’t take much.

* Note: Usually the diversionary tactic is strong enough to divert the focus away from the main issue. However in this case the media have been stepped on so much that its their perogative to force this one through. They know why the Qarase incident happened and not that stupid. Beware of the media. They can be your worst enemy.

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  • 1. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 26, 2008 at 6:32 am

    All of the news services in Australia are carrying stories that are painting chaudhry and his puppet, bananasinpyjamas, in a bad, but correct, light.

    Who knows what the inexperienced foreign minister might do? His utterences today are surely not supportive of the jaundiced junta.

    ” FOREIGN Minister Stephen Smith has accused Fiji of trying to muzzle free speech after the Australian editor of a local paper was deported.

    Hunter said he believed his newspaper’s reports about tax evasion involving Mahendra Chaudhry, a minister in Fiji’s interim Government, may have been the catalyst for his deportation.

    Australia has protested the deportation with the Fiji Government and has called on it to respect the rights and civil liberties of all citizens and residents.

    Mr Smith said the deportation of Hunter was another act in a pattern of disturbing behaviour since the coup.

    “The fact that the Fiji authorities detained and removed an Australian citizen without any advice to the Australian Government or providing consular access is totally unacceptable,” he said.

    I’ve just seen on the Fijian TV news that the jaundiced junta disobeyed a high court order stopping the deportation of Russell Hunter.

    It will be interesting to see if anyone is charged for disobeying this directive.

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