The Fiji Broadcasting Commission's continued access to breaking news because of the Sayed-Khaiyum sibling connection is truly the finest and continuous display of nepotism.
As if to proclaim his newfound authority, Aiyaz proclaims that our imminent kicking out of the PIF is not gonna happen. Yawn.
Meanwhile Illegal PM, Bainimarama scurries off (in fear?) to Indonesia to attend the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank in Bali, Indonesia. Yawn.
Before Bainimarama heads off he manages to slip a one-sided upper cut to Australian PM, Kevin Rudd declaring that Rudd “was not the UN” and questioning whether Rudd’s hard-line approach on Fiji’s engagement with the UN was “going to help improve the lives of the Aborigines in Australia?”. Yawn.
Well Mr Illegal PM, at least Rudd is democratically elected (even the aborigines vote) and he had the conviction to apologise and step up to a reconciliation process.
This cowardly jibe is of course in reaction to the recent cocky strutting in relation to the UN’s continued acceptance of our military for peacekeeping by newly promoted and illegal Permanent Secretary for Information, Neumi Leweni. Yawn.
If that’s not bad enough We The People see another turn from the tourism industry demonstrating yet again their predatorial, at-any-cost nature. Their preference is to keep our borders open to swine flu risks from Mexico and the US which therefore benefits tourist operaters, leaving the taxpaying public to live with the health risks. Marvellous.
Sounds like a new Tourism Fiji marketing campaign in the making.
Swine Flu Me perhaps? Yawn.