“Those who think that we can become richer or more stable as a country by stinting education and crippling the instruction of our young people are the most benighted class of human beings.”
Well done Frank, (Commodore Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, CF, MSD, OStJ) both our nation and our children will long benefit from the measures you have taken to give every child in Fiji the opportunity of an education, regardless of the financial standing of their family.
Most of all, I want people to think about sleep more seriously. We spend around 36 percent of our lives asleep. It’s our single most important behavior, and a lot of really important stuff is going on in the brain while we sleep. If you make getting enough sleep a priority, you’ll perform better at work and in your relationships, and you will be less likely to get sick.
“Kisor was an FNPF pensioner, former Deputy Government Statistician, partner of Seona Smiles, and one of the great multiracial fellows around whose company and friendships knew no racial boundaries, as the attendance his funeral service testified. Kisor’s life is a great story, and God knows that we need some things to cheer us up in the midst of all the gloom that we pensioners face in Fiji today.”
Check out this link:> http://narseyonfiji.wordpress.com/2013/12/10/nand-kisor-chetty-25-12-1944-to-29-10-2013/
Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said something radical had to be done in some situations when the government had to put in clauses in some decrees that there should be no legal challenges against government decisions in any court or tribunal.
WHICH INCLUDED DEPRIVING FIJI PENSIONERS, THE AGED, OF BASIC CIVIL RIGHTS.
REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU VOTE IN 2014
“Act Against Corruption Now,” FICAC Deputy Commissioner George Langman said, “We should all get together and co-operate with each other to be successful.
“Celebrating this day signifies a milestone in the fight against corruption; it is a reflection of the Government’s commitment to genuinely fight corruption that has affected our country”.
These were the words uttered by George Langman in Churchill Park in December 2012.
In less than one year from the date of this address, the unelected, government appointed Administrator for Lautoka City had sold a large section of Churchill Park ( Where George Langman spouted his meaningless address), without going to tender and without consulting Lautoka rate payers or any of the sporting groups who use the recreational area.
Strangely he sold it to Tappoos, the business organization much favoured by Fiji’s Attorney General, who coincidentally is the Minister that George Langman reports to.
The final straw was the ground breaking ceremony was performed by our erstwhile Prime Minister who seems to see nothing wrong with any aspect of this transaction.
Corruption is not dead in Fiji , it is being practiced daily by people who should know better.
Will George Langman investigate this.. WHAT DO YOU THINK. ??
REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU VOTE IN 2014
Madiba – Nelson Mandela 1918-2013
Farewell Madiba you were a true Statesman who made great sacrifices for your people, always having their interests at heart. By your actions and sacrifices you changed the world for the better. We will all miss you.
His fundamental creed was best expressed in his address to the sabotage trial in 1964.
“I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination,” he said.
“I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunities. It is an ideal which I hope to live for and to achieve. But if needs be, it is an ideal for which I am prepared to die.”