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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Fiji needs Her Majesty, not republikins

So, Fiji's mad military commanders have once again overthrown a democratic cgovernment in Fiji, a banana republic. Fiji, a former British Dominion is now an unstable & banana republic, where the military calls the shots & "the people" don't get a say.

NZ's armed forces are so weak we can't intervene to restore order. But what Fiji really needs is the stabililty of a democratic monarchy - they need the return of the Queen of Fiji!

Meanwhile, N.Z. republikins say that they want a N.Z. like Fiji, but they don't want a military run govt in N.Z. Hypocrits as usual!!

No Banana republic!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bah, more of your typical bollocks Bill. If you'd bother to do a deeper historical analysis, you'd find that Fiji's failure as a democracy is not due to monarchism or republicanism - it's because of a lack of an ethos of democracy (which we have here, BTW) which comes from Fiji's fairly short period as a democracy since independence, and most importantly the social issues resulting from the Fijian - Indo-Fijian split.

10:23 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

Bring back Ilisapeci-Na Radi ni Viti kei Peritania!

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why? So Col. Rabuka can overthrow her Governor-General again?

8:42 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

Rabuka is no longer a colonel, So that would not happen :)

9:43 PM  
Blogger Aidan Work said...

Fiji would be better off as a Dominion of the Crown,as the banana Republic of Fiji has become an extremely unstable place,both politically & economically.The Queen is currently the Paramount Chief of Fiji,but is not yet the rightful head of state.Our Queen is spoken of with affection by Fijians.

Did the people of Fiji ever get to vote in a referendum on whether or not to retain the Dominion? No,I don't think so.

Sitiveni Rabuka is still extremely controversial today.He recently angered the Fijian Chiefs by calling for the abolition of the chieftainship system.

Here's a link that has a discussion;
http://www.fijivillage.com/fvtalk .


12:51 PM  

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