This picture was received from a blogger. It refers to a story posted in the FijiToday blog about bainimarma and his recent humiliation that was dished out by the British military when the dictator was in London for the sugar meeting.
The story highlights bainimarama's typical arrogance and disrespect for rules, but he expects everyone else to follow his rules or get beaten up.
The humiliation dished out by the British military is well deserved,and self inflicted. Especially when bainimarama decided to disobey the rules of the host country and, instead, to do what he wanted. Bainimarama's actions highlight his immaturity and "nako-ness".
Despite arriving on a restricted visa, Bainimarama insisted on visiting his daughter at the Leicester army barracks. Mr Solo Mara, Fiji’s High Commissioner in London, had advised the dictator that the British government had set strict rules on his visa. This included bainimarama not being able to be driven on the M25 highway, the road leading from London to Leicester. His daughter, however, could have gone to visit him instead, but they apparently planned to meet at her home, so she is an accessory to the fact and should be charged.
The story goes that bainimarama forced the Fiji ambassador to take him to Leicester under cover of darkness so that he could spend the night at the barracks. Apparently the British military found out, and issued photographs of Bainimarama to every guard room – basically a WANTED poster – instructing that bainimarama was to be chased off from army property.
The British government also refused to extend bainimarama's visa, forcing bainimarama to leave England, otherwise he would have been treated as an illegal immigrant and possibly locked up in a detention centre.
So in retaliation, and true to his immature ways and poor mental state, bainimarama, while sulking like a "sissy", ordered the removal of the Queen’s portrait from all Fiji currency and threatened to close down the Fiji High Commission in London.
Bainimarama's tantrum is typical of a spoilt and immature child. It is not the behaviour expected of any person who is supposed to be leading Fiji on a new course, to happy and prosperous times, towards a better Fiji - as stated in the RFMF submission to the constitutional commission.
Clearly frank bainimarama is only thinking of himself and does not care about Fiji, which could explain why it took such a long time for the RFMF submission to be completed. The authors probably had to re-write it so many times to try and make bainimarama appear somewhat credible, while knowing all the while that its all made up and full of lies.