No time for finger pointing on the Golan Heights

While 44 of our peacekeepers remain in captivity we should refrain from finger-pointing and concentrate our thoughts and prayers on their safe delivery from the hands of a group whose murderous record gives us every reason to fear for the safety of our boys. There will be a time to ask questions. Were the troops properly prepared for their mission?  Has the effectiveness of the RFMF as military force been weakened under the 16 year rule of Bainimarama who was more politician than military leader, pushing out a whole generation of the RFMF’s top officers? Has 7 years of being cut off from access to international standard military training from our traditional allies cut the skill base? Answers to these questions can wait but these are the questions being asked in private, even if our censored media could never let them be asked in public.

2 Responses to “No time for finger pointing on the Golan Heights”

  1. kumar na baku Says:

    bainimarama is a incompetent leader,look at the history of his leadership,it says it all.

  2. SERU CAKOBAU Says:

    45 SOLDIERS BHAIYA, 45,,ONE OF THEM MUST BE GETTING HIS THROAT SLIT AS WE SPEAK…THE COMMANDER ISOA LOANAKADVU…

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