Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Response to Frank's Childish Reaction to Petition,

Response to Bainimarama's reaction to the Petition

by Suliasi Daunitutu

Canberra A.C.T. - 24th February 2010.

There must be no mistake about the Dictator's response to the petition. When a message aimed at him hits a nerve, the results displays his mental capacity and leadership capabilities, which appear to disintegrate and crumble to produce some primary school bully attitude and language.

Who could forget his reply to the Samoan Prime Minister, and how he eloquently dressed his speech with a question about coconut trees and counting Fijian stars? That ended with an invitation from Voreqe to the Samoan PM to come over to Fiji, so he could show him the country. That would have to be the part of the country that have underqualified soldiers enjoying exuberant amounts of money taxpayers pay them

What about the Methodist Church half hearted stance to have the conference last year, that did not sit well with him so he arrests Talatalas and now has cancelled the AGM till 2014 and has included the suspension of their quarterly meetings.

Diplomats who were “doing their jobs” in reporting the situation as they saw them, met some very undiplomatic language directed at them and then shown the door.

The Youths meet that was to be held last year in Fiji met some very stern opposition as the leaders and organisers were trying to give the government their concern in writing about the future of our youths, who were committing suicide and indulging in criminal behaviour and consuming alcohol and drugs at an alarming rate.

Now, he has been told that over 600,000 people are demanding elections. That message was a slap in his face,, as he is touring the country trying to win their preferance, just to be told that they want an elected government to lead them.

There is absolute and uncoditional anger in that response. I would also like to inform him that I stay in touch with people who inform us of his poorly run and uneducated mismanagement of the government machinery, which has seen Fiji fall behind from first to last in the Pacific Islands economic evaluation.

Now, organisations in Fiji are waking up to the movement made from offshore and have been in contact with me throughout the weekend, and have given their full support to the next move that we will be taking in the next few weeks. Also Amnesty International have responded with keeness to the petition and will be monitoring Voreqe's actions in the coming days.

We must remember that Bainimarama doesn't condone critisism and will not allow anyone to dictate to him, we have done that, and his reaction of anger was evident in his response. Well, he won't have too much time to laugh over his toilet paper response as we already have the second part of our plan in motion.

I would also like to remind him that we are not Africans as he thinks, we (Vilisi and I) are both from Tailevu and we are both traditional “Batis”

Suliasi Daunitutu,

Canberra A.C.T.
24th February 2010.

No comments: