Unlike the fantasy TV series, A Game of Thrones, where several noble houses fight a civil war over who should be king, the Game of Thorns being played out in Fiji is real with a poorly educated, corrupt, lying dictator, Bainimarama and his vile megalomaniac puppet master, Khaiyum, attempting to legitimise their corruption and rule over the nation - by hook or by crook!
The dictator is so full of himself that he promoted himself to a Rear Admiral (Retired) without any qualifications or merit. He had also promoted himself to Prime Minister and Minister for Finance and Strategic Planning, National Development & Statistics. All this while only achieving 16/100 for mathematics in his Fiji junior examinations! Now the country, Fiji, is facing its worst ever economic crisis and is unable to service its foreign debt repayments, without help from the sleazy China dragon. China is now Fiji's de facto landlord! The indigenous Chiefs and their people may hold the title to the lands BUT China ons it all! Thanks to Frank Bainimarama's corruption, arrogance and stupidity.
The dictator, Frank Bainimarama, has created history in Fiji by being the first, albeit self-imposed, Prime Minister to murder CRW soldiers, an unborn child, and create the country's:
BAINIMARAMA is also running from the law for treason, sedition, murder, corruption and disobeying a lawful order from his Commander in Chief, the President.
Bainimarama is also a natural liar and easily makes promises he has no intention of keeping. Like these ones highlighted by Shazzer & Grubby:
Shazzer & Grubby also report what Bainimarama said, when he was sober, that he does not trust the people. Well Rear Admiral the people don’t trust you either.
Qarase has a WARNING for all those provinces promised development work by Bainimarama.
BAINIMARAMA'S BROKEN PROMISES
In June, 2011 The Prime Minister, Rear – Admiral Voreqe Bainimarama made a visit to Vanuabalavu and held meetings with the people. Many development proposals were submitted to the Prime Minister who approved them on the spot. The government officers who accompanied the Prime Minister were directed to initiate actions for immediate implementation of those projects.
Three years on, about 15 of the development projects amounting to millions of dollars, have not been implemented, according to Mr. Laisenia Qarase, former Prime Minister of Fiji, on his return from a visit to his village, Mavana, on Vanuabalavu. The development projects ranged from access roads, school buildings, water supplies to sea walls etc.
Mr. Qarase, who was on the island during the Prime Minister’s visit in 2011, said that there was an atmosphere of great interest and hope across the island. The sad truth is that the Government has, once again, failed to deliver on its promises.
Mr. Qarase said that the problem of unfulfilled promises by the regime is not unique to Vanuabalavu. It has been prevalent throughout the rural and island committees during the Bainimarama – Khaiyum regime’s rule.
People generally have long memories. They are not likely to forget easily the broken promises made especially when political campaigns build up to the general election on 17th September, 2014.