If you wish to incite…

March 14, 2008 at 11:13 pm 1 comment

My article below about Khaiyum and his communist/fascist style when dealing with the media brings another point.

If anyone wishes to contribute an article which you think will get up the skin of the interim government of RFMF, please send it in. The major news agencies are struggling with their freedom of speech muted and supressed at every opportunity.

Even though this is the internet, we need to keep pressure up on the ‘tards’ of Fijian society.

Leave a comment or email us at tardwatchfiji@gmail.com

We would love to post all sorts of crap about the RFMF and interim government. Trust me, elections gone by have shown the power of the internet and alternative media in deciding them. Thats what they have neglected. And thats where have seized the opportunity.

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  • 1. Tim  |  March 14, 2008 at 11:31 pm

    They’re getting desperate again:
    RNZ/RNZI

    Fiji Times publisher summoned by interim Attorney-General
    Posted at 22:06 on 14 March, 2008 UTC

    The Fiji Times publisher, Evan Hannah, was summoned by the interim Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to a meeting yesterday afternoon .

    The Fiji Times reports that in a news conference, Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said the meeting was to discuss the possible publication of certain articles which the interim prime minister’s office had received on Thursday . etc

    AND
    RNZ/RNZI
    Fiji lawyer receives threatening phone
    Posted at 22:05 on 14 March, 2008 UTC

    The lawyer for New Zealand businessman, Ballu Kahn, says he has received a threatening phone call from the Fiji military about a newspaper article he was writing.

    Mr Khan is charged with conspiring to kill Fiji’s interim prime minister and other leading politicians.

    Lawyer Graham Leung says someone from the Army called him yesterday and said an article he was writing for the Fiji Times criticising the interim government had been intercepted.

    Mr Leung says says the article was about the discrepancy between the regime’s rhetoric and what is actually happening on the ground ……etc.

    How do any of them to expect progress when their own behaviour is so cyclical and predictable, they keep going round in circles.
    Not only that, they have their script kiddie apologists making assertions about the identities of Freedom Bloggers again

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