You really have to laugh about the cynicism and lack of subtlety of the Fiji Times and its Editor in Chief, Fred Wesley, when all it takes is a Grubsheet article for him to reverse his decision to put Professor Wadan Narsey in the deep freeze for the past few months. Just five days after our piece “Missing in Action” that asked why the Fiji … [Read more...] about # WADAN IS BACK!
The Prime Minister, Sitiveni Rabuka, appears to be in the thrall of the Fiji Water billionaires, Stewart and Lynda Resnick, in the same way that native chiefs were bought off with chests of worthless baubles by colonisers in the 17th and 18th centuries. What other explanation is there for his lavish praise for the California couple who are … [Read more...] about # THE MODERN DAY VERSION OF BEADS AND MIRRORS
It’s a sign of the intense dilemma that the People’s Alliance faces over the future of the "Minister for Bonking and Weed" that its legal sub-committee is still locked in deliberations over the drug and sex scandal that threatens her political career. The Committee is supposed to have already reported its recommendations on what action, if any, … [Read more...] about # LYNDA’S FUTURE IN THE BALANCE
Having come to office by the “power of one” to general acclaim 14 months ago, the Coalition government has developed a unique ability to alienate its supporters. And few things demonstrate that more than its blind support for Israel, which has upset many of its most diehard fans. The Prime Minister completely misrepresents Fiji’s actual position … [Read more...] about # SO MUCH FOR BEING “FRIENDS TO ALL” (UPDATED)
You only have to read the first two pages of today’s Fiji Sun to appreciate the irreconcilable forces at the heart of national life – Fijians preaching the importance of truth when we are a nation led by liars. There’s the Commander of the RFMF, Major General Ro Jone Kalouniwai, meeting the Assistant Minister for Women, Children and Social … [Read more...] about # NO RECONCILIATION WITHOUT TRUTH