Travel Sickness ???


**Bainimarama’s illness exposed: Suffering from acute Perdiemitis**

Guest post by Visiting Perdiemitis Surgeon

Perdiemitis is a rare disease infecting only a select few of the world’s population.

Confined mostly to the third world, it’s prevalence has been diagnosed among those whose work is designed to make them travel frequently to claim their entitlement to be paid per diem (daily) allowances.

In its acute form, perdiemitis affects a handful of government ministers, prime ministers and presidents who regularly find any excuse to go abroad to tend to their nation’s business.

Because the disease is self-inflicted, it is curable – not medically by surgery, but electorally by voting out these parasites on the public purse.

It was only recently revealed that Bainimarama is paying himself $3,000 per diem each day he is out of the country travelling on official business.

He justifies that astronomical amount by claiming it as his lawful entitlement.

Why is it lawful?

Because his AG says Parliament has enacted a law to legalise it.

It doesn’t matter whether it is morally right or even economically sound.

Legalised theft is what it is when Bainimarama’s Fiji First Party members used their majority votes in Parliament to enact a law to enrich him and themselves.

How can anyone in their right mind accept that a PM whose job it is to look after the nation’s welfare smugly claim his entitlement to supplement his enormous salary by another $3,000 per day for being overseas doing what he is already paying himself to do?

Why appoint himself as our country’s Foreign Affairs Minister as well and spend 191 days away from home?

It is a devious ploy and a cunning formula which masks double, triple and multiple dipping into our impoverished nation’s coffers.

What are the costs and benefits of all of those who comprise the massive delegations accompanying Bainimarama on those overseas jaunts?

Will we ever find out the exact quantum of all those bills footed by taxpayers?

Why $3,000 extra for him when we already pay for his first and business class seats along with his limousine transportation (which is usually provided free and with armed security protection by host nations), food, dining and entertainment as well as 5 star hotel accommodation?

Bainimarama’s perdiemitis is a rort. It is unjustified and unjustifiable. A financial scandal that is simply outrageous.

Like appendicitis, this disease can only be removed by clipping his wings.

If we don’t vote him out on 14th November, we are doomed to be ruled for another 4 years by an absent PM who will be busily tripping overseas and amassing his personal fortune.

Why are we voters currently being distracted venting our spleens over Opposition parties’ proposals to increase the national minimum wage from $2.68 per hour while Bainimarama is earning $3,000 per day along with enjoying all the perks of being our poor country’s rich PM?

Perdiemitis can be cured by ordinary Fijians without any medical qualifications at all.

Voting Bainimarama out is his antidote!.

Due your duty as a caring citizen, cure his sickness by voting him out…

Change MUST be coming SOON,

Fiji looks to a future free of racism, nepotism and privilege – Bainimarama

By Iva Danford

Saturday 29/09/2018


Fijian Prime Minister Hon. Voreqe Bainimarama delivers his Natonal address at the United Nations General Assembly hall in New York[Photo:Fijian Government]

Fiji looks to a future free of racism, nepotism and privilege.

This was the message by the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama while delivering his national address at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York earlier this morning.

More Fake News ???

This, if true, brings back memories of the easy loans given to government cronies by the National Bank of Fiji.

We can only hope that the HFC Bank is not on the same slippery slope as the NBF..


Faiyaz Koya exposed

Continuing our expose of corruption within the Fiji First Government here’s one about a former Attorney General and now Industry, Trade and Tourism Minister, providing false information in order to gain for himself.

Documents obtained by C4.5 tonight reveal Fiji First Minister Faiyaz Koya falsely declared a higher salary on his application for a loan from the HFC – Home Finance Company Bank.

The unscrupulous Faiyaz Koya is another puppet who dances to the tune of Frank Bainimarama and Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, circumventing the system and breaking the law like his role models, for personal gain. He is a favourite of Frank Bainimarama’s boys, with the dictator calling him Amitabh Bhachchan for his moves on the dance floor as well as sharing his cigarettes with the school dropout PM.

The documents are from 29th September 2014, five days after Koya was appointed Attorney General and Minister for Justice, a portfolio he held for less than two weeks before Khaiyum took over and Koya became Industry, Trade and Tourism Minister

In 2016 Bainimarama gave him additional portfolios of Lands and Mineral Resources, positions previously had by the reliable Mereseini Vuniwaqa.

The documents show Mohamed Harun of HLB Crosbie & Associates, acting as Koya’s accountants wrote to HFC saying Koya was on a salary of between $260,000 to $300,000. The letter was written on 29th September 2014, four days before the Bainimarama regime promulgated the last Decree before Parliament started on October 6th, paying the Ministers hefty salaries.

But in the Decree the AG’s salary was $235,000 while other Cabinet Ministers (except Health, Education, Infrastructure who were paid $200,000), were paid $185,000 per year.

Koya falsely over-declared his salary by $75,000 to $115,000 to qualify for a larger loan.

Within three days of his application, Koya obtained a loan of almost a $1 million. Which other ordinary customer, described as a politically exposed person according to the documents, would receive such a high amount of loan within three days?

At the end of November 2015, 13 months later, Koya applied for a another loan against his salary and assets that suddenly accumulated to $885,000. His liabilities were shown at only $150,000.

This is the way our nation has been run where the rules are different for the privileged few. And don’t forget – this is after a military coup, that the regime says was a clean-up revolution to get rid of corruption!

And this is the man representing Fiji at Pacific Islands Forum in Nauru. So if the puppet is rolling in what he reckons is rich filth, it is no wonder that Khaiyum has millions stashed away as revealed last week.

And what is the Supervisor of Elections doing about this? Is he investigating the false declarations made by Koya and Khaiyum! Or is he on a witch hunt tormenting Opposition political figures?

Watch this space as we reveal more corruption within Fiji First.

FAKE NEWS ?? You decide…

This does not make sense given the rcently published income and assets of the Attorney General..

Then there is the old saying where there is smoke there is fire…

The following is from

Khaiyum’s millions in an American bank and elsewhere

Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum has close to $15 million in assets – more than $7 million of it cash.

Bank statements made available exclusively to Coupfourpointfive show Khaiyum has been depositing as much as $65,000 at a time.

In March this year, deposits totalled $100,000 plus.


Account statements for Scottrade, an American investment bank, that’s been taken over by TD Ameritrade, show Khaiyum has amassed millions since seizing power with Frank Bainimarama.

It’s no wonder he doesn’t want to leave and that Bainimarama can’t touch him.

The money trail in these statements show the inseparable link between these two crooks.

More to come on this story.

January bank statement


February bank statement

March bank statement


April bank statement

May bank statement

Lucky Man, Guess Who

Suppose this individual in 2009 (age  55) had a balance of 300 thousand (being generous to this army officer).

Then in 8 years his balance increased to  $990 thousand i.e. by $690,000  over 8 years.

Or roughly $86,000 contribution annually.

Or effective annual salary of more than $540,000  if contribution is 16% of income.

Add to that $3000 times the number of days out of the country = at least $600,000.

Total income annually probably more than one million.

Fiji Pensioners RIP OFF

The majority of FNPF members today have less than F$10,000 in their pension account, how can they survive retirement on an annual pension of 9% of that sum or double that sum.

The simple fact is many of them will not be able to survive.

Remember our governments reorganisation of the FNPF where they introduced decrees that permitted the breaching of pensioners legal contracts by the FNPF management. 

The result of that has worked wonders for a select few and caused extensive hardship for the majority of existing pensioners.

We are advised that one privileged member FNPF Account number 0620599 DOB: 27/04/54. Had a Total Balance as at August 2017 of F$987,485.39, this equates to an average yearly contribution and interest of F$22,964… for each of the last 43 years… Made possible by this administrations overhaul of the FNPF…. Want to guess who this account belongs to…????



2018 Challenge.. New Start or Same Old BS

Frank this was 4 years ago, Your party won because of the high volume of votes 279 received,,   Get ready to drop votes and seats Frank, there are a lot of unhappy voters.SAM_2548Only FIVE months to go to the election and its almost too late for you to jettison the massive handicap you are carrying.

A handicap that you gave yourself, by giving one individual too much power, the handicap of the resulting lack of transparency, cronyism and corruption. It is all around you Frank, you MUST be able to see it. 

Those that want you to continue in power are appalled that you ignore it. Those that want to replace you are rubbing their hands in glee.

There is no doubt that you will get many supporters willing to sign when your Blue Bus travels the country, but on polling day Frank it could well be a different story unless you put your own house in order.

You created these problems Frank and there are still a great many people who are waiting to see if you are big enough to sort it out.

Time to stop listening to bullshit Frank, time to sit down with the men you trusted in 2006 (some of who you have discarded) and listen to what they have to say, chances are you might not like to hear it, but it could help you win the forthcoming election.

Everyone now knows who is presently making all the rules in Fiji Frank, and it is not you.