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*The only beneficiary of the COUPS in Fiji was FLP leader Mahendra Chaudhry who got $2million from India into his bank account
GIRMIT: Just look at the joyous face of this Hindu TRAITOR. After the first girmitiyas, 143 years later, he signed a coalition pact (GIRMIT) with Fiji's 'Adolf Hitler', renouncing his RIGHT, and by extension, those of Indo-Fijians, to become PRIME MINISTER after the election.
* In his GIRMIT, he declares that he will become ONLY Deputy Prime Minister of Fiji if PAP-NAG(NFP) Coalition forms the next government. In other words, he has surrendered our birthright and agreed with Rabuka who told the world on 14 May 1987 that "Indians Will Never Rule Fiji", a racist declaration that was endorsed by the former NFP leader JAI RAM REDDY, who asserted that Fiji was not ready for "an Indo-Fijian Prime Minister". Rabuka is hiding behind IMMUNITY.
*The Indian indentured labourers arrived in Fiji on 14 May 1879, to recall Dr Satendra Nandan, deposed in the 1987 coups, with
bada dukh se - rowat, gawat, heelat, dolat, adat padat (farting).
Today, ironically, 143 years later NFP leader BIMAN PRASAD is only TOO HAPPY TO CATCH RABUKA'S PAAD (FART-PAAP), GIVING THUMBS UP:
"The indenture they signed was for five year's slavery in the cane fields of His Britannic Majesty's Crown Colony of Fiji.To them it was girmit, an agreement, and it contained some of the most pernicious clauses thought up by man. There were such things expressed and inferred as "fixed immigration of four men to one woman"; no choice of place or method of employment; women to work in the fields for at least the first seven months of pregnancy; having conditions worse if anything than those from which they had escaped; working hours unlimited. And all for a few pence a day."
WALTER GILL, An Australian Overseer
WHITEWASHING RABUKA AND BLAMING RATU SIR KAMISESE MARA
From Veiseisei into the clutches of an obscure Vakadrecike Colonel
*On 14 May, We Must NOT Forget what Rabuka did to Bavadra, his family, and to moderate i-Taukeis who vehemently opposed the 1987 Coups. He beat them up, locked them up, and disenfranchised urban i-Taukei Voters. He staffed the Civil Service from Cakaudrove - Kai Vatas.
*One young FILIMONI VOSAROGO got a study scholarship despite his father being of sufficient financial means - at expense of poor i-Taukeis
"When he heard Dr Bavadra's death from cancer, Rabuka rejoiced.
'On 3 November  Dr Bavadra died after a long battle with cancer. Rabuka's reaction, he recalls, was to FEEL GOOD that his enemy was gone, for a major obstacle had been removed by his death. Bavadra's death confirmed for Rabuka the rightness of his action in May 1987' -
John Sharpham, Rabuka of Fiji, The authorised biography of
Major-General Sitiveni Rabuka
"The yoke, if it fell from the Negroes black neck, was transformed to the brown neck of the coolie. In the process, it has to be somewhat polished. It has to be lightened in weight and even disguised. Nevertheless, in all essentials, it retained its original quality. Indenture is indeed a state of semi-slavery. Like the slave before him, the indentured labourer cannot buy his freedom.
A slave was punished for not working; so also is an indentured labourer. If he is negligent, does not attend work for a day, if he answers back, he will suffer imprisonment for one of these lapses. A slave could be sold and handed over by one owner to another, so the indentured labourer can be transferred from one employer to another. The children of a slave inherited the taint of slavery; much the same way, the children of an indentured labourer are subject to laws specially passed for them...It should be noted that indenture came after the abolition of slavery and that indentured labourers were recruited to take the place of slaves."
Mahatma Gandhi, campaigning for the abolition of indenture system, 1917