Have you been wondering why NZ is so keen on supporting Fiji's dictator, Bainimarama, and his minority group of thugs -- who committed treason, murder, rape, torture, sedition and corruption - to name just a few of their many evils -- while ignoring the cries for help from the majority of the people of Fiji who are living under a daily cloud of fear and oppression?
Stuff.co.nz provides an insight to this remarkable bloody wonder!
Remember that NZ, under the National Party led by John Keys, is eager for a seat on the UN Security council but its current leaders have been unwilling to help a neighbouring country in need, Fiji, to stop a military coup in 2006 or remove its dictator.
The democratically elected Prime Minister of Fiji, Mr Qarase, asked for help in 2006 and was ignored. Then New Zealand also ignores the torture and murder of citizens under the Bainimarama dictatorship. Instead, NZ clearly offers support for the dictator and his illegal military junta to appease the USA and its relationship with China - the USA de-facto landlord.
If New Zealand cant help the oppressed peoples of Fiji, in a small neighbouring country, how the hell can they help anyone else?? So why the hell does NZ want a seat on the UN Security Council?!
Stuff.co.nz reported that US President Obama met with NZ Prime Minister John Key at the White House, last month, and had expressed an interest in visiting New Zealand before the end of his presidential term.
After talks lasting well over an hour, Obama said he had indicated to Key that he would "love to come to New Zealand because I hear it's really nice and I know the people are nice because I've had a chance to meet [Key].
"So we are going to be working with my schedule to see what I can come up with - if not this year then certainly before the end of my presidency."
.....The US president also referred to the US military's relaxation of its ban on New Zealand naval vessels berthing at American military facilities.
"I'm proud that my original home state of Hawaii is going to be welcoming a New Zealand ship coming into port for the first time in a couple of decades and we're very proud of that. I'm sure you will get a good welcome when they come. And although obviously New Zealand is a small country with a small armed forces, the cooperation we have on intelligence issues, New Zealand's excellent efforts when it comes to training and participating in peacekeeping operations, makes it an invaluable partner."
Key acknowledged the role played by the US on the world stage and told the President: "There's never an easy day here in the Oval Office".
Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Key said the meeting had been a great opportunity to reaffirm the relationship between New Zealand and the United States.
"Top of that list was the TPP and the capacity for the partners to reach an agreement; I feel very confident after the meeting that a high quality comprehensive deal can be achieved. There's a lot more work to be done and its never over till its over but I think there's a willingness on the part of the partners and the US and New Zealand have always been firmly of the view that the TPP was good for [our]countries and for the region."
On the prospect of Obama visiting New Zealand, Key said the President's schedule was "hellish" but "he will be in the region ... and I certainly wouldn't rule out that he might make a trip".
Key also acknowledged the President's role in removing the ban on New Zealand naval vessels.
The US banned New Zealand naval vessels from docking at its military facilities in retaliation for our nuclear free legislation which effectively prohibits US warships from visiting New Zealand due to the American navy's policy of neither confirming nor denying if a warship is carrying nuclear weapons.
"I think the President himself thought it was pretty silly that a New Zealand naval vessel would be parked up at the commercial part of Honolulu port and actually on a training exercise with the US would not actually be in that military facility. And I think it was the President's intervention himself that said 'this just needs to be resolved'. It's not a big thing in itself but it's a tangible sign of the warmth of the relationship."....
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