Lockington's Everyday Fiji ... Life Goes On
One thing that has been the talk of the town is how women should dress. Modern day women have a right to choose what they wear even to the point of almost going partially naked. Men should control themselves, admire God's creation, and/or look away.
Two weeks ago we read of the attempted abduction of a young woman and last week Monday a 23- year old student experienced the same thing. The victims were alleged to have been injected with an unknown substance. With my vivid mind I envisioned aliens having come silently in the night took up human shape and tried to abduct two humans to be taken back to their space ship to be experimented on, perhaps for reproduction.
In the early days we read of many of these kinds of stories, in modern times not so much. Perhaps the aliens already live amongst us – committing rape, violent crime, robbery with violence, wrapping cheap tinned fish to sell as the expensive ones. And we have aliens that are charging extra ordinary high interest rates. And there are the aliens that import cheap meat and take advantage of the people.
There are many more of these kinds of people who live amongst us, preying on us slowly, and they could be from outer space. If you are walking behind some one who doesn’t have a shadow, call me immediately or report to the nearest hair salon and have your hair done with cheap line stuff. And in no time you will be called - cue ball.
Allen Lockington is a self-employed customs agent and business consultant who has regular articles published in Fiji. I thank Allen for permission to reprint some of them in this political blog. They remind us that life goes on, whatever the political situation. And it's good to know that.