Tuesday, March 13, 2007

A Call To Arms....

Ni sa bula.

A big thank you to all who are willing to speak out against this illegal
regime ( aka junta...vinaka Disc. Bubu).

To those of you who are still sitting on the fence, remember Nero fiddled while Rome burned. We cannot afford to be complacent, we need to get the malua fever out of our systems and do something about the situation we are faced with.

I thank those of you who have emailed in your support and who have indicated that you are willing to tell this illegal regime, the rest of Fiji and the world at large that you do not support the current Government in it's current shape and form. Now we need to get more
people together, so that we have enough numbers to be heard and to do
the following:

1. Bombard the IG with emails regarding our concern over the way they
are ruining the country. If there is enough of us, we can swamp the
inboxes of the IG Ministers, PS, the top brass at QEB etc, and force
them to notice us and respond.

2. Provide a valid alternative to the propaganda that is being shoved
down our throats by the RFMF media cell and their cronies. We need to
tell, not only the people of Fiji but the world at large that the
views of this illegal regime is not the views of the majority of us
who really love this country and don't want to live under a regime
that will supress us, that will penalise us for no fault of our own,
and for taking us backwards in all facets of our lives when we are
straining to move forward.

3. Provide a way for people who do not agree with this illegal regime
to voice their concerns without having to fear going for a "training
session" at one of the Military installations.

4. Provide a mechanism to the people to enable us to bend this
illegal regime to the will of the people of Fiji. After all that is
what democracy is all about, the will of the people.

Now to repeat myself, we need people, numbers of people to do this. So
I am appealing to you, to please help me gather more people to support
this effort, and to ensure that at this critical time, we are not
silent, we are not passive, and we are not compliant with the
unreasonable, inhumane and illegal demands that this "junta" is
imposing upon the people of Fiji.

So please, tell your friends, relatives, workmates, loved ones,
colleagues , neighbours of this initiative. If we are silent now, then
we are saying in our silence to Fiji, and the world that we support
the events of Dec 05. Or even worse that we do not care.

And if you still have doubts about the coup and whether it is good for Fiji, consider this: This coup has led to job losses, economic hardship, and a general decline in the quality of life for those of us (who were once blessed but are now) unfortunate to live in Fiji.
God Bless Fiji

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