The Thakurji continues to get it wrong with his outright support for Teleni’s unconstitutional religious crusade in the workplace.
He blatantly misses the point that many are ostracising Teleni not only because of his attempts at religious or ethnic supremacy or the fact that he overdid his disciplining. The point of contention is that the approach used by Teleni was simply out of line and certainly unworthy of a public office holder. The evidence of this debacle simply highlighted that that was the face of military tyranny (which has and will continue to similarly affect many people), that would otherwise remain veiled.
If you are a leader and are mentoring or coaching for improved behaviour or performance, foul language and a condescending tone is not going to get you anywhere. Any HR textbook, will tell you that. The public outcry just proves that people are realizing the power of the constitution and what it protects -- not what the FH
WRC tells us that it protects.
The Thakurji then proceeds to slam all who have had opinions on the Teleni Disaster and labelled us as Aage Picche, Liumuri & Hypocrites. Aage Picche is a Hindi term and Liumuri is a Fijian term. Both aptly define the English word – Hypocrite.
There are simply no shortages of posers within the Military Junta and their inner circle. As always the proof is in the pudding.
For instance, if one were to pose the question: Was the Coup of 6/12 a Coup? This group of pretenders have already publicly laid their cards on the table:
- Mahendra Chaudhry
- Shaista Shameem
- Anthony Gates
- Aiyaz Saiyed Khaiym
- Rt Josefa
- John Samy
- Rupeni Nacewa
- Kevin Barr
- Prue Rouse
- Jone Dakuvula
And again the list of phonies goes on and on and on (and on and on).
If anything the biggest poser would have to be the Thakurji himself who continues to have worldview mood-swings between the cushy life in South Auckland and the struggles in Fiji by trying to show that he cares for Indo-Fijians here with flawed and bipolar logic.