Abuse claim will go to Parliament

Coup 4.5 have claimed that composer Josefa Bilitaki who complained to Bainimarama about the use of his songs in the FijiFirst election campaign is in hospital after being taken away by four soldiers. Not every claim made in the past on freedom blog sites has been verified but at least this claim will be capable of being aired in Parliament. As out elected PM, Bainimarama will have to answer questions asked by the elected representatives.

4 Responses to “Abuse claim will go to Parliament”

  1. Tomasi Says:

    Let us give a chance to democracy and watch the first sitting of he new Fiji Parliament. After almost eight years of waiting, we have an ‘elected’ Government at last. A brand new Parliament chamber with all the new gadgets to go with it. But as much as many of us are sceptical about the new Government’s raison deter’, we anxiously await the Parliamentary sittings to see convince ourselves that Voreqe the pig has become Bai the PM of Fiji.

    We must not delude ourselves to think that people can change overnight, neither must we think that only Parliament has the right and the authority needed to make changes that we need. For Parliament exists for the people and not the other way around. By the same token, the Government exists for the people and not vice versa.

    The transition from dictatorship to democracy is always a long and troubled road, because a dictator exists for himself and his minions. Democracy is poeple making their own decisions for their best interests. It is therefore unrealistic to expect that the new Government of Vore and Khai will easily and willingly surrender power and freedom to the people. On the contrary, we should expect more of the same of what we have had over the last seven years until they decide to make real concessions on power and benefits for the people. Just a peek at the distribution of ministerial portfolios tells us that power is concentrated in the hands of two people, Voreqe and his brain Khaiyum. If that is not a sign of things to expect, the somebody please tell me what is.

  2. Tomasi Says:

    Let us give a chance to democracy and watch the first sitting of he new Fiji Parliament. After almost eight years of waiting, we have an ‘elected’ Government at last. A brand new Parliament chamber with all the new gadgets to go with it. But as much as many of us are sceptical about the new Government’s raison detre’, we anxiously await the Parliamentary sittings to see convince ourselves that Voreqe the pig has become Bai the PM of Fiji.

    We must not delude ourselves to think that people can change overnight, neither must we think that only Parliament has the right and the authority needed to make changes that we need. For Parliament exists for the people and not the other way around. By the same token, the Government exists for the people and not vice versa.

    The transition from dictatorship to democracy is always a long and troubled road, because a dictator exists for himself and his minions. Democracy is poeple making their own decisions for their best interests. It is therefore unrealistic to expect that the new Government of Vore and Khai will easily and willingly surrender power and freedom to the people. On the contrary, we should expect more of the same of what we have had over the last seven years until they decide to make real concessions on power and benefits for the people. Just a peek at the distribution of ministerial portfolios tells us that power is concentrated in the hands of two people, Voreqe and his brain Khaiyum. If that is not a sign of things to expect, the somebody please tell me what is.

    If we the people are not happy with the outcomes of parliamentary sittings, then we must remember that we have the right to demand the changes and express that in the most clearest and unequivocal manner. We need to put our new Parliament on notice that if they do not perform, then we shall exercise our right to make sure they do. Democracy is about people deciding for themselves. Parliamentarians are just representatives, no more, no less.

  3. asivorosi Says:

    Thank you Tomasi, many of us who are followers of this blog agree with you entirely. And we will definitely be ready and prepared at the next opportunity to change this government…….most likely sooner than the end of 4 years.We are supposed to be living under a democracy now yet people are still living in fear,The media by all indications still appear muzzled and heavily controlled. Open debates or expression of views or opinions where the Ministers or even the Prime Minister is critisized such as in Australia or New Zealand does not seem to happen here. Look at the Josefa Bilitaki case for example. It just confirms that the dictatorship mindset is still deliberately set there and will never go away………..But Ghandi had so rightly predicted that all dictatorships will fall and they always do…..!!!!

  4. Tomasi Says:

    @Asivorosi. Thank you for your comments. As you and others may well know, secrecy,lies and deception are the primary tools of the devil and his minions. Dictatorships and evil leaders adopt these values and practices to control their people and advance their agendas.

    For us here at home in Fiji, our primary tools to demolish evil rule are the truth, righteousness, justice and goodness. We must therefore publicly declare the truths we stand for, demand justice and freedom for all people and accountability and transparency by our leaders.

    Ghandi did stand for these and look where India is today, a vibrant example of democracy for the whole world, in spite of its imperfections. And before Ghandi, along the coastak regions of Palestine at the beginning of the first century AD, a man and his twelve party members, preached and lived a message that has reached the farthest cornes of the earth, including our beautiful garden called Viti,

    Our hope is in that very message of truth, hope, righteousness, justice and love for God and love for all our fellowmen. Imagine how Fiji could become if all of us lived that message. Some of us who are older have experienced that to some degree. In our villages, we experienced love and respect and law and order of the implicit and explicit kind. With just the basics and the natural resources, we were living in paradise. But things have changed dramatically over the years. I only hope and pray that we stop and revisit our fundamentals again. Let us advance like the rest of the world, but let us never lose our fundamentals. Vinaka.

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