THE KINGPIN behind the HACKING of FIJILEAKS REVEALED: It is FijiFirst Party Government Whip and the chairman of Justice, Law and Order, ASHNEEL SUDHAKAR; also accused of encouraging other hacks
We will also reveal the businessman who FINANCED the HACKING
We call on the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum not only to SACK Government Whip Ashneel Sudhakar from FFP Government but to hand HIM to Police, to be charged for the serious crime of HACKING or aiding and abetting HACKING
KISHORE KUMAR unmasks the MAN behind hacking of Fijileaks
From Fijileaks Archive, 25 May 2015. We had evidence that Sudhakar had been spreading malicious rumours about Kishore Kumar's wife, which has now resulted in exchanges between the two on social media:
AND PUT HIM ON TRIAL FOR HACKING OF Fijileaks
KISHORE KUMAR unmasks the MAN behind hacking of social websites, including Fijileaks: "...The government MP behind the hacking of Fiji Leaks. Whole purpose of doing this is to clean up the party. That is my only aim for disclosure. I have evidences. i only speak with evidences."
SOCIAL MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY AND CRIMINALITY: What will happen to FFP Government Whip who is accused of hacking Fijileaks, and is also accused of encouraging the hacking of other social media sites?
ASHNEEL SUDHAKAR has been the most serial abuser of social media:
NFP wades into Sudhakar's PAC of Piffle: NFP Government will change Standing Orders to ensure that practice of an Opposition Member always chairing Public Accounts Committee is restored for sake of transparency
FFP Minister Praveen Bala to be taken into custody for questioning!!!;
“It is an anathema that those who have committed the most heinous crime of treason – not once but several times – and have granted themselves immunity under a tailor-made constitution are free to contest the elections while barring others who they perceive a threat to their hold on power. ” - FLP leader Mahendra Chaudhry
Fijileaks: When did Frank Bainimarama's coup become TREASON? Was it after Chaudhry left as Bainimarama's Interim Minister of Finance, Sugar Industry and National Infrastructure?
And what about his new found coalition partner and SODELPA leader Sitiveni Rabuka? Rabuka carried out not one but two coups and gave himself and other conspirators IMMUNITY in his tailor-made 1990 Constitution and which was carried forward into 1997 and 2013 Constitutions
Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry and trade unionist Karam Bidesi today withdrew their application to the High Court challenging the constitutional provisions which bar them from contesting the 2018 general elections.
The defendants in the action (the State and the Attorney General) had filed an application to have the action struck down.
The decision to withdraw the matter was taken when the Judge declined to grant an adjournment to the plaintiffs to enable them to file amended summons.
Commenting on the proceedings, Mr Chaudhry said he was disappointed that their request for an adjournment was denied.
Under Section 56 of the imposed 2013 Constitution, anyone convicted of an offence punishable by a term of imprisonment of 12 months or more, is barred from contesting the elections for 8 years ( two parliamentary terms).
Section 57 defines Trade unionists as holders of public office and bars them forever. Under no stretch of the imagination can trade unionists be described as holders of public office.
Section 56 is peculiar in that no previous constitution carried any such provision. Even the Electoral Commission in its 2014 annual report recommended that this provision be amended as it was too severe. However, the government has taken no action in the matter.
It is clear to all that Section 56 was deliberately inserted to bar former Prime Ministers Mahendra Chaudhry and Laisenia Qarase from contesting future elections. It was a pre-meditated “dirty tricks” plan hatched by Bainimarama and Khaiyum.
Readers may recall Bainimarama's oft-repeated public pronouncements that neither Chaudhry nor Qarase will be in parliament in 2014.
In 2012 Mr Qarase was convicted on a matter that went back 20 years and sentenced to one year imprisonment.
In Mr Chaudhry’s case, he was charged for a matter that he had been completely cleared off by an independent inquiry in 2008. He was not jailed, but the offence under the Exchange Control Act carried a sentence of more than a one year jail term.
Speaking on the injustice of the situation, Mr Chaudhry said, “It is an anathema that those who have committed the most heinous crime of treason – not once but several times – and have granted themselves immunity under a tailor-made constitution are free to contest the elections while barring others who they perceive a threat to their hold on power. ”
“As far as I am concerned, the matter is still very much in the public domain. The constitutional provisions in question constitute a violation of our fundamental rights and were decreed by a group of people simply to protect their political interests,” he said.
Rajendra Chaudhry: "Alfred J[udge] was said to be overly rude, argumentative and discourtsous at time to Anand Singh during the proceedings."
And Chaudhry's challenge to the draconian provisions of the unmandated 2013 CONstitution has only just begun folks.
Chaudhry and Qarase: Strange Political Bedfellows
"In 2008, after a lengthy three-year investigation, I was ready to expose Mahendra Chaudhry's $2million that he was hiding from the taxpayers of Fiji. I gave the then deposed Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase the option to go public with my findings. After some exchanges, it was agreed that I should go ahead with the revelation in the Fiji Sun. I did which, as we know, resulted in the abduction, detention, and deportation of Fiji Sun publisher Russell Hunter out of Fiji. The morning the revelation appeared in the Fiji Sun, Sitiveni Rabuka was among the many who congratulated the paper for exposing Chaudhry. Today the trio - Chaudhry, Qarase and Rabuka - have bandied together to challenge Bainimarama. Politics, hypocrisy, and opportunism make strange bedfellows. The biggest shock was when Anand Singh, FLP's former Attorney-General, who had filled me with some very vital missing details, turned up as Chaudhry's lawyer after the FLP leader was charged with foreign currency offences. Today Singh is back in court on behalf of Mahendra Chaudhry!
Cry the Beloved Country!
ASK SITI: Rabuka, tell us, why were you hiding since the 2006 coup, only to emerge now, surrounded by a ratbag of ethno-nationalists from the 1987 coups, declaring they will be contesting election under SODELPA?
WE ASK YOU, SITI, TO TELL US:
* Who were the real masterminds behind the 1987 coups?
* Were you involved in the 2000 failed Speight coup that overthrew the Chaudhry government, as claimed by the late President Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara? Deposed Prime Minister Chaudhry, after being released, said he had been told of your complicity by the leader of the CRW unit in parliament, Ilisoni Ligairi. In talks with Chaudhry, Ligairi had claimed he was very angry with you because you had ditched them at the last minute.
* Will you and your debtors pay back millions for bankrupting the National Bank of Fiji under the bogus affirmative action policy for native Fijians?
* Why are you and your co-conspirators hiding behind the 1990 Immunity (continued in 1997 and 2013 Constitutions)?
* Will Indo-Fijians again be subjected to rapes, beatings, reduced to second class citizenship, and even expelled from Fiji if you and your ultra ethno-nationalists come to power in 2018?
* And if the Indo-Fijians stay, will you force Hindus and Muslims to convert to Christianity because they are PAGANS in Fiji?
* The last time you contested the election was in 1999, which you lost to the Peoples Coalition government, led by Mahendra Chaudhry. On the eve of the polling, the Fiji Labour Party laid bare your [the Rabuka government's] track record of scandals:
(1) NBF - which will cost the taxpayers around $500million;
(2) CDF - $69million;
(3) Cupit Farm - $7million;
(4) PAFCO - $5million;
(5) Public Trustees - $3million;
(6) Rabi Trust Fund - $8.25million
The FLP told the VOTERS: "SVT will not fulfil promise"
The country has been brought to the bring of destruction by the Rabuka Government, says Fiji Labour Party president Jokapeci Koroi. "While the Prime Minister and his merry men and women have been enjoying themselves the poor people became poorer and they did not bother," Ms Koroi said while addressing supporters at the last Fiji Labour Party rally in Suva yesterday.
"The Rabuka government has not bothered to look after you, the ordinary people. You may again ask why - like many of my Fijian brothers and sisters who probably voted for the SVT in the 1992 and the 1994 elections - has the Rabuka government not delivered the goods that it promised you in 1992 and 1994."
Koroi told the voters that since 1992 when Rabuka first took over our public debt has gone from $700million to $1.5billion as it stands today - that is an increase of around $700million in the last seven years. Our public debt in the last seven years, Ms Koroi said has increased an average of $100million each year.
"Can you believe that? Well I certainly can as these are from official government statistics," she said. Last year, the debt service fee paid by the taxpayers was $118million. This works out at $323,000 a day or $13,500 an hour, 224 a minute or $3.74 a second.
"For every breath we take we are paying $3.74 - thanks to the Rabuka government's abysmal management of our public finances."
"Our social indicators show that almost:
* 40 percent of our people live below the poverty line;
* 25 per cent of our youths are unemployed and;
* crime has increased by 130 per cent in the last five years."
Ms Koroi said that with the SVT Government's track record, they would not fulfil what they had promised. She said that People's Coalition was ready to form a Government for the people. Ms Koroi said the People's Coalition now had the support from all races and they were confident they would have the number to form a new Government after the general election. Fijileaks: As history records, People's Coalition did oust Rabuka from power in 1999 but a year later was overthrown by the George Speight putsch. The Chaudhry government was held hostage for 56 days, prompting Ratu Mara to accuse Rabuka of having a hand in the putsch.
On Thursday 27 July 2017, the SODELPA Youth are presenting this Coup Daddy and political loser, who was banished into political wilderness in 1999, in the Wesley City Hall Mission Hall in Suva, and the theme is
"Deposed Prime Minister Chaudhry, after being released, said he had been told of Rabuka's complicity by the leader of the CRW unit in parliament, Ilisoni Ligairi. In talks with Chaudhry, Ligairi had claimed he was very angry with Rabuka because he had ditched them at the last minute."
21 August 2000
As an uneasy calm settles in Fiji after the storm of the past couple of months, the search is underway for the real mastermind behind George Speight's failed May 19 coup.
Poseci Bune, minister for agriculture in the deposed government of Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry, set the rumour mill turning with his disclosure that Speight had revealed, minutes after taking the government hostage, that he was not the real leader of the coup.
Speight told the hostages as he tied them up that they would be surprised to learn the identity of the coup leader, claimed Bune.
"So we had to wait about 40 minutes as he was making calls ... and telling us that we will be surprised that he is not the real leader, as the real leader will arrive for us to see him".
Finally, Speight realised the man would not surface and he would have to brave it out. "I think he is going to be late. Well, I have to take it on from here," he told his captives.
Rumours are rife in the Pacific nation that the coup mastermind remains at large while the 17 people closely identified with Speight during the coup now face treason and conspiracy to treason charges on the island prison of Nukulau, just east of the capital.
Two-time coup leader and former prime minister Sitiveni Rabuka has not been above suspicion.
Seven of the special forces men who stormed into parliament that day and held members of the government hostage for 56 days were from the counter revolutionary warfare unit (CRW).
Just a few weeks earlier, they were training on Rabuka's estate on Vanua Levu. The former prime minister has denied giving them permission to do so.
On May 14, the anniversary of his 1987 coup and four days before Speight's coup, Rabuka officiated at a church service with the CRW men where he reportedly told them they would be called on to protect indigenous rights.
Bune said they were told by CRW officers that Rabuka had indicated they would be called on to do something from which some of them might not return.
As in 1987, the elite team was not told beforehand of the exact nature of their May 19 assignment.
"A few of them jumped off the van when they realised where they were going," said army spokesperson Major Howard Politini later.
Rabuka, himself, has always vehemently denied any involvement with Speight's coup.
However, deposed Prime Minister Chaudhry, after being released, said he had been told of Rabuka's complicity by the leader of the CRW unit in parliament, Ilisoni Ligairi.
In talks with Chaudhry, Ligairi had claimed he was very angry with Rabuka because he had ditched them at the last minute.
Within an hour or so of the coup, Rabuka had turned up at parliament, ostensibly as the mediator in negotiations between the hostage-takers and President Sir Kamisese Mara.
According to diplomatic sources, Mara at the time expressed his distrust of Rabuka, although he later appointed him as official negotiator. But two days later, the hostage-takers rejected Rabuka in the role saying they no longer trusted him.
Bune believes the failure of the "real leader" to turn up was "a big hiccup" in the coup attempt: "When the army was not in a position to support the coup, the 'man' backed out immediately and left these guys in limbo."
He also revealed the names of the people who turned up to see Speight in parliament on that fateful Friday "to give their moral support because they sympathised with the cause".
Three of those who turned up to attend Speight's first meeting are now ministers in the interim administration: Tuakitau Cokanauto, minister for local government and urban development, Inoke Kubuabola, information minister and formerly opposition leader during the Chaudhry administration, and Apisai Tora, minister for agriculture.
The army intends to hold its own court martial to deal with the conspirators and interim President Josefa Iloilo has promised the appointment of a commission of inquiry into the coup.
But whether these inquiries will reveal the real face of the man behind the May 19 coup, is a moot point.
Nevertheless, some are wondering whether Speight, facing trial for treason, might even reveal in court the identity of the man who failed to turn up at one of the defining moments in the country's history. - Sapa-AFP
Fijileaks to 'Ask Siti': Was CRW Unit leader Ligairi telling the truth to Chaudhry?
Se Plaindre: The French Embassy had lodged over a dozen démarches with Ministry of Foreign Affairs during Robin Nair's reign and received a response to only two - both from the military. The rest went unanswered
“La barbe ne fait pas le philosophe”
He was overheard foul-mouthing Bainimarama to Fijian Civil Servants and Diplomats after Bainimarama's Heads of Mission speech, so his position became untenable as Permanent Secretary, Foreign Affairs. We will reveal, later, how his alleged aggressive bullying tone towards the French government scuppered French funding for COP presidency. He is accused of running the Fiji Foreign Ministry as his "Arab Fiefdom". The MOFA is one institution where, every day, they have Christian prayer meetings in defiance of the secular state provision in the Constitution. They also have a formal morning tea for the staff, with mountains of cake and sandwiches paid for by the taxpayer. Nowhere else does this happen in the Fiji Civil Service, and Nair failed to rein into this 'feast and prayer'
We congratulate the Dubai based SARAH CONRAD who recently tied the knot in the tropical island of Seychelles:
"...Secrecy is the keystone of all tyranny. Not force, but secrecy... censorship. When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, 'This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,' the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives." --Robert A. Heinlein, -If This Goes On
click link below:
The Draft Ghai Constitution 2013
The Explanatory Report
Appendage to Draft Constitution
Professor Yash Ghai's Statement