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Fiji's criminal, lying and corrupt dictator, Frank Bainimarama, and his FijiFirst party continue to select low-life thugs into their illegal party. The latest low-life to join FijiFirst is Nemani Bainivalu, who lost control during a heated debate with a voter over land and is accused of saying to the voter, "..o iko na luveni kailoma sega na kemu qele”, which means "Oh, you son of a part-European, you don't have any land". Bainivalu then assaulted the man while the FijiFirst party president, Dr Luveni Jiko, looked on with a smile upon her face.
But the dictator's own mother, wife and children are all kai loma / half-cast!
Its clear that the dictator, Bainimarama, has set a low-down standard for his party with his acts of:
Many people are still being fooled by Bainimarama's lies, silly jokes and showmanship and they appear to be oblivious [not aware of or concerned about what is actually happening around them] to the nasty effects Bainimarama's antics are having on them and their families.
In this article Professor Wadan Narsey provides a fantastic insight into the truth behind Bainimarama's mismanagement of Fiji and its resources and how it is actually affecting the people.
The Facts on Poverty and Social Justice by Professor Wadan Narsey
The Fiji Times, 26 July 2014
[Qualification: There are many voters who believe that an unelected government, deemed illegal by the highest Fiji Court of Appeal, should not be changing policies on taxation, government expenditure and public debt for eight years. One founding slogan for the American War of Independence was: “no taxation without representation”.]
Economies can show high rates of growth, but have mixed results on the poor:
(1) the poor can become poorer, because the cost of living increases more than their incomes (some evidence of this).
(2) the poor can become poorer because of increased Value Added Tax, while the rich can become richer because of reduced direct taxes reduced (some evidence of this).
(3) the poorest can become better off even as the rich become richer, and income distribution can still become worse (no evidence of this).
As with the economic growth analysis, the analysis of changes in poverty may also be broken into two periods: one of increasing poverty between 2005 and 2011, and the second between 2011 and 2014 when many positive budget measures were brought in in the areas of education and infrastructure especially.
The likely changes in poverty are examined through household survey data form the Fiji Bureau of Statistics, the Wages Councils, changes in taxation, and the annual budget measures of the last three years.
Changes between 2002-03 and 2008-09
The FBS Household Income and Expenditure Surveys (HIES) for 2002-03 and 2008-09 give the changes in poverty between these two survey periods, with four years during the Qarase Government, and two years during the Bainimarama Government (the Bainimarama coup took place in December 2006).
Poverty between 2002-3 and 2008-9:
* in rural areas increased from 40% to 43%
* in urban areas reduced from 28% to 18%.
* Fiji as a whole, reduced from 35% to 31%.
Given the declining agricultural output in the sugar and non-sugar sectors, one can say confidently that rural poverty would have increased steadily through this entire period, both under the Qarase Government and the Bainimarama Government.
But because of the overall cumulative positive economic growth rate of 15% between 2000 and 2006, urban poverty under the Qarase Government would have been decreasing.
Changes in poverty between 2004-05 and 2010-11
The first year of this period was under the Qarase government, while the remaining five years were under the Bainimarama Government.
Assuming that the patterns of remittances were roughly the same throughout, the Employment and Unemployment Survey (EUS) data for 2004-05 and 2010-11, can be used to examine poverty at both the individual worker level, and also at the household level.
The EUS data at the household level indicate that the percentage of population in households below an estimated poverty line, changes as follows, between 2004-05 and 2010-11:
* in Fiji overall, poverty increased from 30% to 45%
* in rural areas, poverty increased from 34% to 55%
* in urban areas, poverty increased from 25% to 35%
The EUS individual worker data indicate that
* poverty of the workers depending on subsistence increased from 35% to 67%.
* the poverty of employees not covered by Fiji National Provident Fund, increased from 50% to 60% (those covered by FNPF remained the same at 20%).
This last result is not surprising given Governments’ failure to implement Wages Councils (next section).
Government failure to implement Wages Councils
The poorest wage earners who are not represented by unions are supposed to be protected by the ten Wages Councils, set very sensibly at different levels for different sectors depending on how well each sector was doing.
For most of the post-coup period, the Wages Councils were under the Chairmanship of Father Kevin Barr.
Unfortunately, Father Barr’s Wages Regulation Orders were postponed year after year by the Minister for Labor under orders from the Bainimarama Government, because of unethical pressures by employers and the Employers’ Federation.
While the stagnating economy after the 2006 coup may well have been an important factor for some employers, not a single employer ever showed their audited accounts in justification for their inability to pay, to the Wages Council Chairman (Barr) or the Labour Minister.
After postponement for four years, small partial adjustments were allowed, which did not keep pace with the large increases in the cost of living, and most of these workers, already extremely poor and numbering about 50,000, slipped further into poverty (as the EUS data indicates).
Eventually, Father Kevin Barr was sacked as Chairman of Wages Council, after accusing the Bainimarama Government of practicing “crony capitalism”, and threatened with expulsion from Fiji (Father Barr is an Australian citizen).
Then there was the National Minimum Wages debacle by the Chairman of the Commerce Commission (Dr Mahendra Reddy), who with great public fanfare, set a “scientific” national minimum wage of $2.32 per hour, only to retreat into silence, when the Bainimarama Government unilaterally, again under pressure from employers, reduced it to $2 per hour.
Regressive taxation: taxing the poor and helping the rich
There has been a false claim that because of the raising of the income tax threshold to $15,000, the poor now do not pay any tax, but the reality is that all consumers pay tax through VAT, on essential and non-essential expenditures alike.
Since 2006, the Bainimarama Government has changed the taxation system heavily in favor of the rich and increased the burdens on the poor:
(a) VAT has been increased from 12.5% to 15% increasing the cost of living for the poor;
(b) Income tax at the highest income levels has been reduced totally unnecessarily from 30% marginal tax to 20%, lower even than all our neighboring countries, thereby increasing the after-tax income for the rich (except for those earning over $270k).
(c) Corporate tax has also been reduced totally unnecessarily from 28% to 20%, with most foreign companies repatriating their increased profits.
These tax reductions have probably given back more than $150 million to the rich, and the lost revenues regained by taxing the poor and the middle classes more, through the VAT.
Income distribution and social justice has worsened in this period.
However, there have been some positive measures for the poor through budget measures in the last two years.
Changes in poverty 2011 to 2014: high growth and budget measures
The period 2011 to 2014 has seen an average growth rate of 3% growth rate, massive infrastructure investments amounting to more than $1 billion, and the continuation of the remittance receipts from abroad (now amounting to more than $370 millions according to RBF figures).
While there is no data to assist, almost certainly, poverty will have been reducing between 2011 and 2014 but annual budget figures also have a bearing on household poverty from the government expenditure side, which may be picked up in future household income and expenditure surveys.
The Bainimarama Government in the last three years has also brought in comprehensive subsidies on bus fares and tuition fees, and increased access to scholarships and loans for tertiary education. Commitments have also been made to make pre-schools free.
These are all clear and much appreciated benefits for the poor and there is statistical evidence of the positive effects.
The EUS data indicates that between 2005 and 2011, the percentages of children attending school have increased by 4% at primary schools (to almost complete coverage now), and by 7% at secondary to reach 88%, and by 7% at tertiary ages to reach 40%.
Almost certainly, the improvements in school attendance have continued to grow after 2011, especially at the secondary and tertiary levels given the easier access to scholarships and loans.
Of particular benefit to Indo-Fijian families is that there are no obstacles in their children’s paths to higher education, whereas previously there used to be quotas on scholarships, and limited access to loans.
These education policies by the Bainimarama Government counter, to some extent, the changes in taxation policy described above, but not for those poor families without children at school.
Note that the awarding of scholarships in select areas based totally on academic merit has meant reduced access to indigenous Fijians in these areas.
Given that the emigration data indicates clearly that qualified non-Fijians are far more likely to emigrate than indigenous Fijians, then the current ethnically blinkered scholarship policies, are likely to lead to severe skill shortages in the future in those areas.
Another recent positive measure has been the allowances for the elderly which is of some assistance to the destitute.
More importantly, the building of rural roads and other socially necessary infrastructure on water and sewerage throughout Fiji (especially in the poorest Northern Division) will be of great assistance to the rural poor, facilitating the marketing of their produce and better access to essential urban services, and improving their livelihoods and standards of living.
However, these future benefits will only eventuate, if the increased infrastructure expenditure translates into higher economic growth, which can pay for the current large increases in Public Debt, which will otherwise be a burden on the future generations of the poor and middle classes.
It also depends crucially on the Republic of Fiji Military Forces respecting the democratic outcome of the September 2014 elections and staying clear of politics whatever the result.
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Robert A. Heinlein goes on to say that, "When any government or church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, This you may not read, this you must not know, the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives”. Which is what Bainimarama's dictatorship is doing to Fiji.
Khaiyum reportedly in hospital
FiJILEAKS was passed the following: AG became very sick while on campaign trip which included Ba, Tavua and Ra. He was not present at Ra meeting on Tuesday. After Ba and Tavua meet, he became very sick and stayed back for two days at a Rakiraki resort. On Tuesday afternoon he was transported to Suva and around 11 pm admitted to Suva Private Hospital. Still admitted at Suva Private intensive care unit.
Whay are the RATS running and jumping ship? Do they see the writing on the wall with Fiji's looming 2014 elections that has been blatantly rigged in favour of the dictator Bainimarama and his corrupt FijiFirst party? ......Why else would they give up their highly lucrative salaries, lavish life-styles and perks with the corrupt, lying dictator Bainimarama and his vile megalomaniac puppet master Khaiyum.
Do they actually believe that if they run now that all will be well for them? Yeah right! They have committed high treason and no matter where they run to, or how long it takes, they will all be made to answer to the people of Fiji.
Bainimarama's mistress, judge Nashat Shameem, who has been paid millions for her part in supporting and advising Khaiyum and Bainimarama, has run to Geneva. Her husband, Aslam Khan, the corrupt former vodafone CEO, reported to be paid over $500,00 per year, has resigned and run to join his wife in Geneva.
Both Judge Gates and Judge Madigan, have sold up their properties and done a runner. A positive side, though, to Gates and Madigan's departure is that our poor street children will be much safer.
Now the arrogant, johnny-come-lately, PS Elizabeth Powell has resigned. Remember she is the same Eco-Bank reject who became PS public enterprise, tourism, etc (that have all gone down hill since she took over) that started to preach "off-the cuff" management philosophy to the more educated and seasoned managers. Yep, this is the same "self-appointed expert" who, at a board of Director's meeting, asked, "how important is the budget?". We rest our case! Click here to see FBC story.
Others are also running but keeping their escape as quiet as possible.
Whatever, their reasons for running now, they will all be hunted down and brought back to answer for their crimes. They can run BUT they will never be able to hide!
If someone points a gun at your head and makes you sign away your rights that contract would not be binding. In fact any court would throw it out and put the man holding the gun behind bars.
Well that is what happened in Fiji with the 2013 CONSTITUTION, BUT the man holding the gun is NOT behind bars! He, bainimarama, is running from the law for murder, treason, corruption and abuse of office! Click here to read more by Shazzer & Grubby.
See FijiLeaks' story at MAI LIES: Waqavonovono refutes Bainimarama's MAI LIFE interview!
A vote for FijiFirst is a vote for Khaiyum. Shazzer & Grubby explains.
The Fiji Times reports Men on the run [July 16, 2014] and that the Fiji Police is warning members of the public that harbouring prisoners is a serious offence. Oh really!!
If so then why has the NEW police commissioner, with all his righteous experience from South Africa, not arrested the dictator Bainimarama and his parasitic master, Khaiyum?! The dictators 2006 coup was ruled illegal by Fiji's legitimate Court of Appeal and, therefore, any and all decisions and decrees by the dictator's junta are also illegal!
So in reality, so far, the new police commissioner, Major General Bernadus Groenewald, is just another puppet here in Fiji to collect a lavish pay-check while he awaits the angel of death to take to full-time retirement!
The police warning comes as a nationwide search was launched yesterday for three remand prisoners who have been on the run for three days. Bainimarama, khaiyum, ratu Epeli Nailatikau, ratu kubu-abola, hari Punja and Tappoos and their supporters have been on the run since December 2006! AND they are still walking around today right in front of the police [love is surely blind]!!
Police West spokeswoman Naina Ragigia said that one of the prisoners was wanted for a case of murder, BUT so is Frank Bainimarama who is also wanted for murder of CRW soldiers and an unborn child !!! And everyone knows where he lives!!!
Ragigia goes on to say that the other two prisoners were wanted for cases relating to robbery with violence and impersonating a public officer. BUT impersonating a public officer is exactly what Bainimarama, Khaiyum, ratu Nailatikau, ratu kubu-abola are all doing, so arrest them too!
One of the prisoners was in remand for a case of murder that took place in Naisaumua, Tailevu last year. He is also referred to as 'mongoose'. BUT Bainimarama is out free for a case of murdering his own CRW soldiers in 2000 and murdering an innocent baby in 2006. Frank Bainimarama is also referred to as "lamu sona, coward, luve ni kaisi, bakola, pig, dictator, and poo-poo pants, to name just a few.
Another prisoner is known for offences relating to robbery with violence, aggravated robbery, and theft. AND SO are Khaiyum and Bainimarama! They are robbing Fiji of its wealth and lands!
Ragigia said that members of the public are urged to be aware of such people and to contact the nearest police station or post if they have any information on the escapees. Meanwhile, what about the numerous complaints that have been lodged with the police about Bainimarama and Kahiyum and their corrupt and illegal practices, intimidation and fear tactics, etc! NO ACTION TAKEN BY POLICE!!
The SODELPA march through the sugar city shows that the Fiji Sun is deliberately running a fraudulent campaign filled with lies to make the dictator Bainimarama and his corrupt FijiFirst party appear to be the people's favourite. What bullshit! Bainimarama and Fiji First party are not the majority favourite!
The corrupt CJ PATEL who owns the Fiji Sun and now Rewa Dairy, is nothing more than a crook who will do and say any vile disgusting thing to fill his bank accounts - this includes stealing from the poor people of Fiji!
One way or another, there will be another COUP in Fiji come September 2014! It will either be:
See story in FijiLeaks - SWEET SUPPORT IN SUGAR CITY: Sodelpa's supporters in western Fiji defy dictatorship and pour onto the streets of Lautoka to cheer party!
The FijiToday blog writes Why does Frank boast he’ll win all 50 seats?
Bainimarama’s arrogant boast that he can win all 50 seats won’t surprise too many people. What else would we expect from a dictator who thinks his is the only view anyone should be able read in the media? But there’s more to it than that.
He has to hand out places on the FF party list which will determine who on his list will actually get a seat in parliament. He assumes that his voting system means he can win more votes than he needs for one seat and then the other candidates will get his surplus votes in the order in which they are on the party list.
So he has to give a number of higher places to Indo-Fijians or his government will look like his officer’s mess at QEB, a mono-ethnic sham. When we see the party candidates we’ll all be looking for how many credible Indo-Fijian candidates he can muster. Then when we see where he puts them on a list they will know how serious he is about them winning.
Bainimarama claims he can win all seats – meaning they don’t need to worry about where they are on the list – but we know that’s not true, he knows it’s not true and the candidates all know it’s not true.
All the FijiFirst candidates will understand that their chances of winning will depend on when they get their invite and where they are on Frank’s (well we all know it will be Khaiyum’s) list.
Radio Fiji 8 July 2014 FijiFirst to announce candidates soon
Read more at Shazzer & Grubby
Bainimarama & Khaiyum reveal SOME of their Assets.
Shazzer & Grubby that Bainimarama has finally revealed his pay. It comes in at nearly $280,000. That makes Frank Bainimarama the highest paid Prime Minister EVER in Fiji’s History. There is NO WAY TO VERIFY these claims because:
If you are a regime supporter or the Fiji Sun you will take them at face Value but if you are a thinking voter or even a true journalist you will want to have some questions answered.
1- When Bainimarama held the coup he insisted all ministers have a 30% pay cut. He himself said he would continue to receive only the commanders pay of circa $70,000. He is now receiving 4 times that amount. Who else in Fiji has had a fourfold increase in Salary in the last 8 years? Most people are now earning less in real terms than they were in 2006.
He went on the record in 2006 and said NO ONE INVOLVED IN THE COUP would benefit financially. $280,000 IS A HUGE BENEFIT
2- Who authorized Bainimarama’s massive pay increase?
3- When did he get his 400% pay Rise?
3- Why is he paid by Aliz Pacific and not by the Ministry of Finance?
4- Where are the declarations about his children?
5- Are there any Trust accounts of which he or any member of his family is a beneficiary, a contributor or a Trustee?
LASTLY AND MOST IMPORTANTLY what about his alleged undeclared income.
• The brown envelopes from Chinese developers,
• The Overseas payments from wealthy businessmen,
• The freebies he and his family get.
Someone did some analysis on FB's salary. and it's implications.
It seems to me that Frank Bainimarama has paid himself off an unreasonable salary when the rest of Fiji is getting poorer at 43% poverty level, the worst in history.
What is more interesting is this: Frank Bainimarama has been in power for 8.5 years so on the basis of the above annual income, Frank Bainimarama would have now received a cumulative salary/allowance of at least $2,601,000 (oops almost fell off my chair writing this) since he took over power.
Frank Bainimarama’s bank savings is actually a staggering FD$255,000 (1/4 of million dollars) which is unusually high for an indigenous Fijian whose family has quickly acquired a very lavish lifestyle ( weekends at top local hotels, overseas jaunts and whole family at HK 7s, shopping, etc.) that are costly and expensive and chews up the family savings.
Most well off Fijians I know are asset rich but cash flow poor because of the demands of their traditional obligations and extended family kerekere - their savings are usually low.
What is surprising to me is that despite Frank Bainimarama’s family's expensive lifestyle, he still has 1/4 million stashed in the bank. Its been reported that he has paid back the $184,700 illegal leave claim paid to him at the start of the coup - thank God he did that otherwise he would have $439,700 (savings + leave payment) stashed in the bank. Add to this F$400,000 for his FNFP for the accumulated F$2.6 million salary.
The calculation of Frank Bainimarama FB's net worth (net assets) also does not add up or make sense stating that his net assets is USD28,000 or F$47,600. His declared assets are a car (USD29,000 or F$49,300) and a Nadi property (USD 13,000 or F$22,100) with a total asset value of F$71,400. Then how can he explain a bank debt of USD164,000 or F$278,800 when he does not have the corresponding assets to back it up as collateral? His debt exceeds his assets by $207,400 - how did he manage to borrow this money from bank without adequate security and what did he spend it on other than the two assets he has declared? No bank that I know gives an unsecuritized personal loan of F$207,400 (balance of total F$278,800 bank debt after accounting for the declared assets).
The million dollar question is this: how much savings did Frank Bainimarama have before the coup, based on his Commander salary compared to what he now has in the bank? This will give us an idea of how much Frank Bainimarama has gained financially from the coup.
Someone from his bank can simply check his savings in June-November 2006 and make the comparison. I still recall Frank Bainimarama saying earlier on that no-one - no one from the army will benefit from the coup - what a load of crap! $2.6 million in total salaries and 1/4 million bank savings (saved only 9.8% of his income) plus F$400,000 in FNPF. Well there we go folks! More food for thought.
Its funny that when people report their incomes just like businesses and corporates, lets not take it as gospel until when its properly audited. Frank Bainimarama's financial reporting of his income and assets is unaudited [and not checked and verified by any independent entity] so its only as good as Frank Bainimarama’s word and he does have a record of easily lying to anyone.
More importantly, the basis of my doubt comes from the very important question as to why their salaries had to be paid through Aunty Nur's accounting firm, who is of serious doubtful character? This is unlawful because all government transactions including salaries can only be paid through the Treasury. Why couldn't Frank Bainimarama do this and have their salaries paid through Treasury if it was above board?
A Government Treasury salary statement is a credible document that confirms how much a government official is paid. Is Frank Bainimarama hiding something because that is the only conclusion I am left with since Frank Bainimarama has not given us a reasonable explanation.
I leave it to you to make your own conclusions!
One thing is clear though, Frank Bainimarama has become really rich since the coup:
Remember we have not even considered his children's financial standing and wealth (all of them had nothing before the coup).
Guys don't get me wrong: I am not doing any digging I am just analyzing the figures already provided by Frank Bainimarama.
THE Fiji Times reported, on Sunday, August 12, 2007, the torture that awaited Fiji Women's Rights Movement executive director, Virisila Buadromo on Christmas eve 2006 when she was taken to the army camp by a group of soldiers to be questioned over her anti-military comments following the 5 December 2006 coup, is something she never thought would happen in Fiji.
REMEMBER that Bainimarama carried out his illegal coup in 2006 to save himself from being arrested and from going to prison for his crimes that include:
In an interview on the Australian SBS television program Dateline, Ms Buadromo vividly recalled the night of her life she will never forget.
But her claims, according to military spokesman, Major Neumi Leweni [the former military band master who was quickly promoted to a Major due his ability to speak better English than his commander Frank Bainimarama] are just that, claims!
"If people like Virisila think or believe they were mistreated they should raise it with the relevant authorities," Major Leweni said, without offering any further comment yesterday. Leweni intentionally omitted that fact that the “relevant authorities” were also taking part in the assaults of citizens!
Ms Buadromo's experience of military brutality is not an isolated one.
Many similar horrific stories have been told by those who were alleged to have been tortured by soldiers.
Fiji Times reports Ms Buadromo's account of her detention at the military's Nabua camp as told on Dateline during an interview with reporter Bronwyn Adcock back in 2007.
Human rights worker, Virisila Buadromo knew she was in trouble when she heard herself named on radio by Commodore Bainimarama.
Virisila: He specifically named myself as well as one of my board members, as people who were not helping Fiji get back on the straight and narrow.
Just before midnight last Christmas Eve (24 December, 2006), Virisila was taken from her home by the military.
She had run an advertisement giving out Bainimarama's mobile phone number and urging opponent's of the coup to text him. She was taken into the barracks.
VIRISILA BUADROMO: They kept on asking me in Fijian, who did I think I was, you know, putting out the Commander's mobile number, publicising his mobile number, do you realise what you have done.
While questioning me they had a gun which they uncocked and cocked and they put it to my head and just saying, you know what we could do with this.
Virisila was then made to lay face down in the rain, along with six other pro-democracy activists.
VIRISILA BUADROMO: That's when they started to physically abuse us. One of the things which I thought was quite strange, they asked all the females, "are you pregnant?" I was like no, and I was wondering what that was about.
I remember Laisa saying yes and then immediately they just, with their boots stamped on your back, on your lower back. So they did it to all three females.
REPORTER: Did they do it to the woman who said she was pregnant.
VIRISILA BUADROMO: Yeah, they did it to all of us, I thought if she said yes, they wouldn't, but they did.
I didn't think they would but they still did it and that's when they started really physically assaulting us, smacking, boxing your ears, so to speak, smacking up your ears, hitting your face with their boots, kicking you in the ribs and they made us lick their boots, do really degrading things like that.
Then they started to threaten our families.
They knew all these details about our families and they basically said things like "You know we could kill you now, put a bullet through all your heads, put you in a drum and throw you out of the wharf of or down at the Suva harbour, no-one would know and no-one would miss you".
VIRISILA BUADROMO: Before, I would never have thought twice about putting out a statement. I never would have thought about putting out a statement, gotta say something, whereas now, following what happened to me, I am very aware of not the repercussions on me but my staff being threatened and another of my colleagues has been threatened recently.
We have to be careful about these things. We are operating in an environment of fear, you never know.
Now the dictator Frank Bainimarama isgoing around the country in his blue pathetic bus bribing and fooling the innocent and less educated people of Fiji into voting for him, so that he can remain in power and continue to steal Fiji’s wealth for himself and his corrupt group of family and friends! While the rest of Fiji suffers:
All this nasty and evil events, according to New Zealand’s Prime Minister, John Key and his Foreign Minister Murray McCully, is all part of holding Free and Fair democratic elections in Fiji – Yeah Right!
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"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." ~ Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States (1981–1989)
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