Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Fiji Dictator Moving to Consolidate Power and Remove President

Sai's Comments:
  • Read some very explosive developments as Fiji's Dictator moves to consolidate his power base and remove Fiji's President.
  • Read attached briefing note developed from information received.

Posted on Matavuvale.com - 01 December 2010

Recently received information from one of the senior army officers in Fiji

1. They have moved Driti from the army barracks and told him to vacate the quarters asap - Driti has moved out last week.

2. Brigadier General Ioane Naivalurua has been handed the letter to choose either Police or Prisons yesterday. He has taken delivery of the letter and most likely will be chased back to Prisons later this week or next week ! PM has already before he went to China had called a meeting with the former ACP Samuela Matakibau "CO Mobile unit” in 2006 to discuss the position of Police Commissioner.

There is also a possibility that the two senior Police officers recently discharged from plotting against Teleni are also being eyed from senior police positions.

PM has not made an appearance to the camp or seen any senior officers since his return from china. Calls by senior officers are not being picked up at his home where is spending most of his time.

Military Intelligence Leak

We have been reliably informed that there is a move underway to remove the President of Fiji who is the only legal authority to appoint any interim government.

This move was started with the removal of Ratu Tevita Uluilakeba as Commanding Officer for 3FIR and then land Force Commander Pita Driti. LFC has the power to approach President directly to covey that Commander FMF, Bainimarama, is incapable to continue.

Before Pita Driti could approach the President, he was asked to go on leave! Also in a disclosure by intelligence has quoted that in October 2010 Attorney General Aiyaz while drinking at Intercontinental Resort in Natadola, Sigatoka made the following comment and I quote “ by December I will remove all Mara connections from government” unquote.

By the look of things AG has succeeded in this and with the move to decommission Driti and Mara will see them lose their ranks while PM as Commander cannot decommission them. Only the President can do this and to date the President has not responded to the request made by the Commander FMF.

Fiji Military Forces is going through a rank change as all Tailevu and Natasiri people are being promoted to key positions this week.

Frank with his ailing health is under threat that some officers will seek his removal as commander and therefore he has activated a move suggested by AG to remove President by Second week of December 2010 at the earliest!

Bainimarama to become President and Commander – In Chief and Commander for the Army which backs the current regime and promote AG to be Prime Minister and hold position as AG.

Intelligence documents also quote “the removal of Teleni as he poses a threat to the current option by sending him away”. He is currently preparing to be Fiji's Ambassador to China.

Options that have been outline are to:

1. Keep a tight control on media and only looking at positive side of Things in a view to keep public at bay

2. Eliminate all threats from senior officers by replacing them asap

3. Keep an option open to engage Australia and NZ on pretext of elections while continuing to 2020.

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    Monday, November 29, 2010

    Breaking! Army Heading to Fiji Water Factory!


    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2010

    The Fiji Water fallout has gathered momentum with reports the army is heading out to the Rakiraki factory.

    Coupfourpointfive understands the army will arrive at Fiji Water in a short while, one o'clock according to our source.

    We understand the army will be posted at the factory for two weeks.

    Fiji water president John Cochran announced yesterday the company was quitting Fiji over the new tax aimed at harvesting more than $22 million dollars for the regime.

    Frank Bainimara today replied with a statement saying it was up to Fiji Water if it stayed or left.

    More to come as we get it.

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      Workers Start to Suffer as Fiji Water Gives State Two Days

      FBC News - Tuesday, November 30, 2010

      Leading water brand Fiji Water has told employees they will see what the Fiji government response is over the next two days before deciding what further action to take.

      Employees told FBC News the company has promised to pay them this week and next week’s wages – but nothing else was guaranteed after that.

      They say they were called in for a staff meeting at 10am yesterday, and told the company was closing down the facility at Yaqara immediately.

      They were told to hand in their company ID cards, phones, and any other assets that belong to Fiji Water – and leave the premises straight away.

      The meeting lasted ten minutes. When they walked out two Vatukoula express buses hired by the company were waiting to drop them to their homes.

       Workers told FBC News they were surprised and stunned with the events.

      In a statement yesterday Fiji Water says they had to close down following the imposition of what it calls a “discriminatory” 15 per cent tax by government.

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        Truth Prevails as Police Officers Discharged

        by Shalveen Chand

        Fiji Times - Tuesday, November 30, 2010
        TWO senior police officers accused of attempting to overthrow the former commissioner of police Esala Teleni were discharged yesterday by the High Court in Suva.
        Rusiate Tuidravu and Berenado Daveta, who held the job of director National Intelligence Bureau, had all court proceedings cancelled against them. A jubilant Mr Tuidravu was all smiles outside the court room saying, "truth will always prevail".
        The charges against the two were laid after emails spreading information against Mr Teleni was supposedly sent from addresses belonging to the two.
        Both had denied the email addresses belonged to them. Mr Tuidravu and Mr Daveta were suspended from the force in January even when charges were not laid. The two were then taken into custody and the Magistrates Court informed that bail should be denied for the two because the duo's actions had resulted in the national security risk being upgraded.
        The two handled the top intelligence jobs as successor and predecessor also told the court, they never had any such meetings and were not close to each other. On September 14, former Director for Public Prosecutions, Aca Rayawa filed a nolle prosequi in the High Court registry.

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