Legalising the Gestapo

February 27, 2008 at 5:19 am 12 comments

You heard it today in the Fiji Village.

The goons in power are sick of no one caring about how powerful or omnipotent they are.  So what do they do?

They form a Security Council and the Fiji Intelligence Services.

The first isn’t really a biggie since the Military Council is it by proxy.  They make policy decisions for everyone and decide who is to stay free and who is not.

The second scares me a lot. An intelligence service formed the junta to look after Fiji’s security. Of course it will be used to monitor people en masse and keep everybody scared. Thats what the Gestapo did in Nazi Germany. Thats what the STASI did in East Germany.

Now an intelligence service is not a bad thing. Intelligence services around the world seek to protect their countries by monitoring threats and activities. But with the way Fiji’s junta is going, they are going to create it for the sole purpose of supressing the Fijian people. They have their undercover soldiers walking around sticking their big ugly noses into everyone elses business. This is formalising that into a more sinister organisation.

I noted the words from Mr Epeli “$50” Ganilau.

“to concentrate on national security matters like espionage, sabotage, seditious intentions, foreign intervention and terrorism.”

Espionage – like planning and plotting to overthrow the government in December 2006.

Sabotage – like planning and plotting to overthrow the government in December 2006

Seditious intentions – like planning and plotting to over…………..Oh you get the idea!

Trust me, don’t believe this was well planned. Since the revelations made by the major newspapers regarding Chaudhry’s tax evasion, this would be a perfect fit for the Security Council and intelligence service. It would allow them to monitor, contain and inflict severe punishment on their enemies or whenever someone wanted to break a story regarding their unscrupulous dealings.

Fijians watch out. This is possibly the start of something really bad.

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  • 1. OBOMAI  |  February 27, 2008 at 9:46 pm

    SHows their intention to ensure they will still be in control for a long time even after the “election” 2009. They will make sure that what they ahve created will remain … the army will be the guardian of their creation..just watch ..

  • 2. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 28, 2008 at 10:05 am

    For a great pictorial review of the drastic situation in Fiji, go to

    http://fijisilenced.blogspot.com/

  • 3. anon  |  February 28, 2008 at 10:21 pm

    Tard…do u have an email address to make contact?

  • 4. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 28, 2008 at 11:45 pm

    It is obvious that this is a ploy to protect the coup d’etat mastermind, chaudhry the cheat, from being exposed for his role in manipulating bananasinpyjamas.

    One has to feel pity for silly little bananasinpyjamas; his ego must be really deflated after being conned bigtime by peter foster and chaudhry the cheat.

  • 5. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 29, 2008 at 12:13 am

    From “The Australian”

    Democracy essential for banana republic

    February 29, 2008

    Publisher’s deportation is typical of a corrupt regime

    FIJI’S deplorable abduction and deportation of newspaper publisher Russell Hunter underlines that nation’s standing as a banana republic ruled by a sinister dictatorship. Clearly, Mr Hunter was punished for the Fiji Sun’s work in raising serious allegations of financial corruption. His paper did not name Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry in connection with the allegations, but News Limited’s Fiji Times did so at the weekend. That paper’s editor, Netani Ricka, says Fijian journalists are working under increasing indirect pressure from the government and police not to criticise the regime.

    The manner of Mr Hunter’s abduction and deportation underlined the treachery of the regime of dictator Frank Bainimarama, who seized power in a “bloodless” coup in December 2006. As The Australian reported, Mr Chaudhry’s son, Rajendra, openly boasted beforehand that Mr Hunter would be “out of the country by Wednesday”. Bundled from his home in front of his partner and child who have since been given three weeks to pack up and get out, he was intimidated by thuggish squaddies, refused access to his mobile phone and put on the plane penniless, in the shorts and shirt he was wearing at home.

    As New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark said yesterday, the move augurs badly for Commodore Bainimarama’s promise to hold free and fair elections by the end of March next year. A genuinely democratic poll is impossible in an atmosphere of media intimidation. The scheduling of the election was a result of sanctions imposed by Australia, New Zealand, Britain and the US after the coup. These included travel bans on any Fijian connected with the coup. The sanctions sent the once-vibrant Fijian economy reeling, with economic growth falling from 2 per cent a year to -3.1 per cent. The prospect of missing out on millions of dollars in aid and the EU’s $US171 million support for Fiji’s sugar industry between 2007 and 2013 was a major factor in the decision.

    Last October, the rest of the world promised to ease the sanctions if and when Commodore Bainimarama made progress on benchmarks towards democracy agreed to by the Pacific Islands Forum. This week’s turn of events means that sanctions should be stepped up, though, unfortunately, it is always ordinary Fijians rather than the elite who will suffer.

    The treatment meted out to Mr Hunter is a sharp reminder of the tinpot dictatorship’s disregard for the rule of law and, at times, its brutality. Other Fijian journalists who have written stories unfavourable to the government have had carloads of soldiers parked outside their homes. Just a week ago, Queensland Supreme Court judge Roslyn Atkinson and other members of an International Bar Association delegation were barred from entering Fiji. They had planned to examine the rule of law. Former Fijian police commissioner Andy Hughes was hounded out of Suva post-coup because his no-nonsense approach to upholding law and order did not sit well with the Bainimarama regime. And while the coup that brought the regime to power was “bloodless” in the sense that no civil war took place, opponents of the regime have since been detained, beaten and several killed.

    The move against Mr Hunter suggests Fiji is retreating from, rather than embracing, the road to democracy. The international community should bring as much short-term economic pressure to bear as possible, in the hope that it will bring the regime to heel sufficiently to allow next year’s elections to proceed in an atmosphere of relatively open debate. Australia should be in the forefront of such a push.

  • 6. Tim  |  February 29, 2008 at 12:13 am

    exFJ: It’s tempting to feel pity for Frank, but believe me there are far better causes to spread your compassion. Frank’s victims first off (those murdered), then the entire Fijian population apart from the junta. Pity for them should surely be bottom of the list.
    The man has a disability that might (being charitable) allow people to take advantage of him, but he isn’t yet so fucked in the head that he is unaware of what is going on around him. That’s what Fiji has a president for

  • 7. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 29, 2008 at 1:50 am

    I just a headline on Fijilive and joy rang out in my heart.

    There was a picture of chaudhry’s puppet, bananasinpyjamas, next to a headline that read:-

    “Interim govt is committed”

    I had vision of people in white coats gently leading him to his new home at St Giles.

    The vision was broken when I realized that bananasinpyjamas was still sprouting lies about elections next year.

  • 8. Tim  |  February 29, 2008 at 2:30 am

    🙂 Well what the man definately needs is some medical misadventure.
    Perhaps a Tamil kidney sowed in the place of a Voreqe heart the next time it ceases ( at discount prices and air fares included) might privide 3 or 4 miinutes of a Voreqe with a sense of reality.

    God knows what his hangers-on would do though.

  • 9. ex Fiji Tourist  |  February 29, 2008 at 9:29 am

    Make sure you take a look at

    http://fijisilenced.blogspot.com/

    for another great expose on the close relationship between chaudhry the cheat and his puppet bananasinpyjamas

  • 10. Beranaliva  |  March 1, 2008 at 6:29 am

    Yeah Viti sure has become a gestapo state and I read today that former coup monger Rambuka is in nfavour of “earth day” which is when you turn off the lights for an hour….hasn’t any body told him it’s a wast of time &not to bother cos
    the Gestapo leader voreqe Bainimarama has been trying to turn out the lights for good since he pulled his coup in December 2006?

  • 11. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 1, 2008 at 11:52 pm

    News just in

    “” A review on the Fiji media suggesting that all existing work permits in the industry not be renewed has been described as foolish by one media organisation.
    “I think it’s very foolish,” he said.
    Parkinson said if this report is implemented, it should also apply to expatriates working for the Government.
    “Why pick on the media?” he asked. “”

    So using jimbob’s deranged logic:-

    the illegal AS, hairyar*e, will have to deport his stable of foreign lawyers.

    Air Pacific will have to sack most of their pilots and navigators

    etc.

  • 12. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 1, 2008 at 11:53 pm

    News just in

    “” A review on the Fiji media suggesting that all existing work permits in the industry not be renewed has been described as foolish by one media organisation.
    “I think it’s very foolish,” he said.
    Parkinson said if this report is implemented, it should also apply to expatriates working for the Government.
    “Why pick on the media?” he asked. “”

    So using jimbob’s deranged logic:-

    the illegal AS, hairyar*e, will have to deport his stable of foreign lawyers.

    Air Pacific will have to sack most of their pilots and navigators

    etc.

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