Dracula Guards Democracy Bloodbank
On the "Sydney Fiji Democracy and Freedom Movement Rally":
What a big joke for democracy the Sydney -style. They are having the Dracula KAITANI guarding the blood bank DEMOCRACY. This is the same Kaitani who went with me on CLOSE UP on Fiji TV in February, 2003 on debate on sedition. A footage from Larry Thomas's (USP)" A Race for Rights" where Kaitani was shown giving an inciting speech, urging the villagers collected at Sukuna Park, to depose "Indian, Satan' Chaudhry" , just before the march that resulted in takeover of Fiji Parliament.
This Kaitani admitted on national programme Close Up to have committed SEDITION. He was never charged (See Fiji Times of February 11 and 12, 2003). In fact, Qarase promoted him to full Cabinet post of Minister of Information. This Kaitani who was responsible for rape of democracy during Chaudhry rule and who was named as Speight's illegal Minister for Information is going to address the i-Taukei on Democracy in Sydney. The biggest joke of the century.
So, he was to address Fijians on democracy in Sydney- the same way he was misleading Fijians on democracy at Sukuna Park on 19 May, 2000- that the meaning of democracy in Fiji is that Fijians always win elections and run the government. That is Kaitani’s definition of democracy. Is this the model of Democracy that Australian government is promoting – the democracy of ethno-nationalism? This indeed is classic case of Rape of Democracy, promoted by the Australian government.
A Note by a reader on Tui Savu and Simione Kaitani ...
Tui Savu is a dishonest and incompetent lawyer. He tried to promote ethnic Fijian protests, ‘sit ins’, ‘marches’ etc as the lawyer to the ‘Fijian Students Association’ at USP in the late 1990s when some Fijian students beat up Solomon Island students, landing two of them in very serious condition in CWM hospital. The protest was against the suspension of the perpetrators.
Kaitani can be viewed in Larry Thomas’ documentary, ‘Race for Rights’ speaking to a crowd of ethnic Fijians urging them to act against ‘Indians’ and ‘FLP’. It is an example of a ‘hate speech’.