Monday, April 25, 2011

Fiji's Illegal & Corrupt Regime Turning Against Corrupt Self

Posted on Coup Four Point Five - 25 April 2011



Arrest of deputy triggers claim of Naivalurua sell out

Interesting developments - the assistant commissioner of Fiji police, Henry Brown, was arrested two days ago at Nadi Airport.

The details are sketchy but it has been confirmed Brown was taken into custody on Easter Friday by the illegal prime minister's special task force. He was taken first to Nadi Military Camp and then to QEB to be interviewed.
Fiji's Police Commissioner, Iowane Naivalurura, had fingered Brown and others deemed corrupt but who have also been investigating the 2006 Coup with CID officers.
Moles say Naivalurua has clearly sold Brown and the other men out to protect himself. More ructions in what is already a troubled force.
Brown was made assistant police commissioner just last year. He was the former director of police intelligence bureau.

Life's just a taki for Dicatator Bainimarama and TorturerNaliva

SCRUM: Frank Bainimarama living it up with some of the Fiji players and Ben Naliva getting his share.

Nothing like the Anzac Day celebrations to highlight the dishonour in the RFMF midst.

While former and serving soldiers are being remembered and honoured today in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific, Fiji's motley lot are prostituting themselves to illegal leaders and happily lapping up the spoils of war.

Look no further than the above picture of Major Ben Naliva, the ring leader of Frank Bainimarama's QEB Goon assault squad: he's right in among the action at the Hong Kong Sevens and loving it. 

No doubt his family, too, are benefiting from being part of the privileged First Families of the Illegal Coup 2006.

What a betrayal of the history of Fiji's military and a sorry contrast to the heroic efforts of soldiers from Niue, Tonga, Samoa, the Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea who were today remembered for their efforts in both World Wars and other modern day conflicts.

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