Thursday, April 29, 2010

Driti calls Samoan PM a parrot and puppet


Fiji Military's Land Force commander Lieutenant Colonel Pita Driti, has called the Samoan Prime Minister a parrot and a puppet, following Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi's comment that the Pacific Islands Forum headquarters should be moved from Fiji.

The Samoan Prime Minster told New Zealand media yesterday that it does not make sense for the Forum headquarters to be in a country which is not ruled by a democratic government.
Pita Driti told Auckland based Hindi station Radio Tarana the Samoan Prime Minister is saying that because he wants the headquarters to be moved to Samoa.

"That's what he has been lobbying for all along, he wants it to be moved there. But the problem is the rest of the South Pacific members of the Forum don't want it to be moved to Samoa because it's a backward country."

"Now he's trying to bullshit to say it should be moved to New Zealand or Australia," Pita Driti told Tarana.

Driti says the Samoan Prime Minster is a puppet of New Zealand and Australia and talks on the two countries behalf.

"He's a parrot and a puppet that's all. He should be ashamed of himself because he's not a strong man, he cannot stand alone and is relying on those two countries. He's trying to please them," Driti said.

Driti says Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi is trying to incite instability in Fiji by saying that elections won't hold elections as promised in 2014.

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