A must read

March 8, 2008 at 2:36 am 6 comments

Dr James Anthony’s report on the media in Fiji probably bought many people to tears. Not crying of sadness, but laughter. I wonder how much he got paid to produce that report and the racist vitriol in it. His communist sympathies are known among those who know his past well. The colonial authorities in the past knew of his troublemaking and were always well aware of any further actions

Regardless most readers would know whats in it.

A must read for all those out there is this response from the Fiji Times regarding the report. Its a fantastic read and brilliant in its tearing apart of his useless arguments.



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  • 1. Tim  |  March 8, 2008 at 4:39 am

    Tard: It is bloody funny. It’s also tragic. This guy no doubt produced it thinking it would be taken seriously. Its “emporer with no clothes” shit. I mean the guy should really take himself a little more seriously – the bullshit has quite obviously become such “second nature” to him that he thinks because he sees it as credible, so will everyone else.
    It seems to be a common failing amongst the apologists and their hangers-on. I mean, lying asshole spin doctors exist everywhere, but this crew actually seem to believe their OWN bullshit

  • 2. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 8, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    Thank you Tard for that link.

    I have been exchanging ‘blows’ with jimbob in the FijiTimes ‘Have your Say’ for many months. He got quite upset when I suggested that he was paid F$50000 by shyster and that the “report?’ was filled in by him based on her guidelines.

    If, and when, the FijiTimes ‘Have your Say” is back on line again, I shall now have some further ammunition to send jimbob’s way.

    Keep up the great work, Tard.

  • 3. tardwatchfiji  |  March 8, 2008 at 10:51 pm

    He’s a persistent little prick, isn’t he?

    But yes, if you keep pushing them, they become all defensive and upset.

    He can lay the insults down but can’t handle the heat himself. Might need to buy him a freezer so he can cool down a wee bit.

  • 4. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 8, 2008 at 11:03 pm

    Yet again, the moronic military humiliate, threaten and bludgeon another Fijian into silence.

    “” Provincial Youth Forum president John Ryder was questioned by military officers on his involvement in the youth rally scheduled yesterday.
    The officers took Mr Ryder from his friend’s house in Domain for questioning which lasted for an hour.
    When contacted yesterday, Mr Ryder said his rights were not violated by the officers but refused to comment further.
    “My rights have not been violated by them and I cannot give you a reason why they came to take me in for questioning and what was it about,” said Mr Ryder.
    “For the safety of my family and also for the safety of the organisation I currently am in, I will not comment on the issue.
    “The matter has been resolved by the military and there is nothing further to that.” “”

    The matter has been resolved by the military alright; by threatening John and his family.

    I imagine that shyster shameem will fire up to protect John’s rights! Ha Ha

    There are only a few countries where Military people illegally drag citizens from their homes i.e.








    It certainly is great bedfellows.

  • 5. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 9, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    Many thanks to chaudhry the cheat and bananasinpyjamas for expelling Russell Hunter from Fiji.

    The publicity [BAD] is ongoing in the Australian press.

    From the pages of today’s Australian:-

    “” A FORMER Australian anti-discrimination commissioner and barrister has been criticised for accepting an appointment by Fiji’s military regime to the country’s Court of Appeal.

    Jocelynne Scutt accepted a position as a puisne judge on Fiji’s High Court in November last year, hearing primarily family law matters.

    Her appointment followed the resignation of six expatriate judges from the Court of Appeal last September, amid concerns over the way it was being run under an acting chief judge appointed by the Bainimarama government.

    In Fiji, puisne judges of the High Court can sit as Court of Appeal judges. After the resignation of the Court of Appeal judges, High Court judges have been used to fill the gap on the Court of Appeal. Justice Scutt sat on the Court of Appeal for the first time last month.

    Fiji Women’s Rights Movement spokeswoman Tara Chetty said the group could not support any judicial appointments by the interim government. “It’s easy for women’s groups to be seduced by the appointment of someone with a strong track record in women’s rights,” she said. “Unfortunately, our foundation believes in democracy and the rule of law, so we cannot support the appointment under the current interim regime, which we see as unlawful.”

    She said that since the coup in December 2006, other Australian lawyers and judges had turned down similar offers to serve as judges in Fiji.

    Melbourne criminal barrister Peter Faris QC said it was “odd” to accept the position when others had resigned from it because of government interference or a lack of independence. “It’s a very strange appointment to accept,” he said.

    Barrister Greg Barns said he was surprised Ms Scutt had taken up the position. “I do think Australian lawyers need to be careful with these appointments that they don’t simply get used as propaganda by a particular regime,” he said.

    Last month, a delegation of international law experts was barred from entering Fiji.

    Fiji Law Society president Isireli Fa said he believed the ban was to prevent international scrutiny of the way the interim government was dealing with the country’s courts and legal system.

    A spokeswoman for Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said the Australian Government was concerned about the state of Fiji’s judiciary.

    “The state of the Fijian judiciary is a matter of concern, as evidenced by the fact that most expatriate judges, including a number of Australian nationals, have resigned or have refused to renew their contracts,” she said.

    “The Australian Government continues to urge the Fijian interim government to return Fiji to democracy and the rule of law.” “”

  • 6. ex Fiji Tourist  |  March 11, 2008 at 1:49 am

    I have just had the greatest laugh for a long time.

    I just went to Fijilive and there was a photo of a very agitated illegal AG, hairyarse, sprouting the normal rubbish about those who have seen through his inquiry farce.

    BUT, directly above it, was a ‘link’ to another site.

    The words on this link say it all:-


    Go have a look.

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