KILLING TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE? The 39 Text Messages
NFP leader Biman Prasad launches book titled ‘Free Bird Hiroshi Taniguchi’ and Fingers Up for Coalition Deal with Rabuka
COMING UP SOON: The 39 Text Messages Rabuka's Political Wife and NFP leader BIMAN PRASAD exchanged with the sacked NFP provisional candidate, the Japanese born Fijian citizen Hiroshi Taniguchi's WIFE. Clearly, the contents of those text messages should be for POLICE and NOT FICAC to investigate. Did NFP leader abuse his position by trying to 'kill two birds with one stone'? Taniguchi is founder of Free Bird Institute.
Meanwhile, Rabuka and his SEDUCTION of the Chiefs:
*As we argued previously, the GCC must be consigned to the dustbin of history. After the 1987 coups, it became a nest for corrupt chiefs, commoner thieves, and others. The chiefs led the thieving brigade to bankrupt the National Bank of Fiji, stealing over $450million
* In September 2006, even Sitiveni Rabuka suggested that Fiji's chiefly system should be abolished and all land and sea resources nationalised and entrusted to the state
*He said Tanzania had done both after independence and become the most stable country in Africa
*Rabuka had been appointed chairman of the GCC, 1999-2001
*The GCC even blessed Rabuka's SVT party but thankfully, in the 1999 elections, the voters dumped him and Reddy's NFP into the dustbin
*Rabuka had been made a life member of the Great Council of Chiefs, although a commoner, after his two racist coups
* In October 1987, the Chiefs committed TREASON against the late Queen, many descendants of chiefs who had ceded Fiji to Queen Victoria in 1874.
* They committed Treason by agreeing for Rabuka to declare Fiji a REPUBLIC and depose the late Her Majesty as Head of State
UP IN SMOKE: Vale Ni Bose lies gutted by flames
From Fijileaks Archive, 16 March 2015
The Great Council of Chiefs, Waikava, Vanua Levu. The Great Council of Chiefs meeting at Waikava was opened by Governor Gordon on 20 November 1876 and lasted nearly 3 weeks. Gordon outlined his plans for indirect rule and established procedures for future meetings. Numerous resolutions were adopted and at the end of the meeting a letter to Queen Victoria was signed by the principal chiefs. Various people came to the climax of the meeting which included a feast, dancing and a solevu. Partly butchered turtles presented before a chief’s house.