Shameless Shameem lectures police and everybody else PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 14:23

Since declining to swear an illegal oath to resume her place on the bench after the constitution was abrogated, Shameless Nazhat Shameem, now calling herself Madam, has been making a fortune by being paid to lecture almost every institution in the country on ethics. But her time will come and she can be sure that the first thing the Cassava Patch Coward does when he’s arrested will be to spill the beans about her role in providing the “how-to-do” for the so-called legal coup – “she told me it could be legal”. For the rest of her life she will be casting nervous glances over her shoulder.

Methodist humiliation is no recipe for harmony PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 14:22

It seems the Methodist church is yet to receive approval for its annual Conference, but they have at last received a letter in response to their application. In the past they were brushed off with a phone call saying there will be no meeting. The Methodist Church has welcomed this as progress but it shows that someone in the regime has an agenda to humiliate the Methodist church. This is hardly a recipe for building religious and communal harmony.

Cane price fails to set farmers on fire PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 14:19

Thanks to the move of military censors from the newsrooms we are able to learn that the announcement by FSC of $53.55 as the cane forecast price for the 2012 season has left cane farmers depressed. Despite devaluation the cane price in Fiji dollars has fallen while the cost of inputs, fertiliser and diesel, has increased dramatically. In 2006 and 2007, the cane price was $58-59, but they were real dollars and fertiliser cost $20 a bag, compared with over $30 now. Either farmers were wealthy then but didn’t know or they’re in real poverty now.

What will Yash Ghai do? PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 16:07

If Yash Ghai accepted the job of Chairman of the Constitutional Commission on the basis of advice from Khaiyum he probably started with a very false view of what he’s walking into. He probably thought any opposition to the regime came from a small nest of iTaukei ‘racists’. By now the truth will have dawned on him. He’s going to be facing submissions from all sides of politics which question the dumping of the 1997 constitution. He’ll find that Khaiyum has given a one-sided and highly misleading understanding of the situation he’s walking into. Will he last, that’s the question?

Is the Fiji Sun following the blogs? PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 16:05

A week after the freedom blogs, the Fiji Sun has discovered that cocaine was stolen during the ‘break-in’ at the CID HQ. And they’ve confirmed it’s suspected of being an inside job and senior officers are being investigated. However, the Sun quotes a source who “remained unnamed because he is not authorised to speak on the investigations”. Will this source be investigated for leaking to the media? To find out we’ll have to read Coup Four and Half daily!

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