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A bad choice may result in unjust law: RFMF Commander 05/12/2022

A bad choice may result in unjust law: RFMF Commander The Republic of the Fiji Military Forces Commander is reminding his soldiers that a wrong voting choice can result in unjust law, needless conflicts, violence and calamities of economic policies.


Inside the lomaiviti princess, the voyage back home after 3 weeks in viti levu. I thank the Lord for his loving kindness

Genuine guardians can soon apply for mitigation assistance 11/09/2022

Genuine guardians can soon apply for mitigation assistance Good news, as genuine guardians of children below Year-13 will soon be able to apply for the Inflation Mitigation Package.

Photos from Grubsheet's post 04/09/2022

The only bread recipe I have been successful with. Quick, easy, and tastes great!!

Makes two loaves.

2cups warm water
1/4cup sugar
1.5 tbsp yeast
1.5 tsp salt
1/4cup vegetable oil
5.5 cups flour (I just used all purpose)

Dissolve sugar in warm water. Add yeast and let proof. Mix oil into yeast mixture once proofed.

Mix flour and salt in separate bowl.

Add dry mixture to wet mixture one cup at a time and stir / mix until soft dough forms.

Knead for 3-5 minutes.

Place in oiled bowl, turn over to coat both sides. Let rise one hour.

Punch down, shape into loaves. Place into greased bread pans. Let rise 30-40 minutes.

Bake at 350 for approx 30 minutes. Brush tops with butter while warm.


Japanese cake recipe.


3 Egg

Milk 40g

Caster Sugar 40g

Unsalted butter 30g

Cream cheese 100g

Cake flour 30g

Full Recipe:


Who killed Abel?
- His brother.
Who sold Joseph?
- His brothers.
Who expelled Jephthah?
- His brothers.
Who was jealous of David?
- His brothers.
Who was not happy with the return of the prodigal son?
- His brother.
Among so many examples in the Bible, we perceive that all those who have been betrayed and mistreated by their own brethren, have been greatly blessed and kept by God.
In life, people you have considered your family may turn their backs on you, their rejection may be a path God has planned for your glory. Only, never hold a grudge against them, pray instead for them and wish them well.
Even if your own family do not believe in you, God Almighty Himself has chosen you and will be with you till you are fulfilled. May God lead you to where you will be considered, appreciated, and honored in Jesus mighty name 🙏


Statement by People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka in response to criticism by Economy Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

16 August 2022.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum is the last person to be lecturing anyone about leadership.

The failed, incompetent and unprincipled leadership of Mr Sayed-Khaiyum and the Prime Minister Mr Voreqe Bainimarama has brought Fiji to a low point. The nation is struggling. I repeat what I said previously. Mr Bainimarama has lost control of his government.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum is the most power-hungry person in Fiji’s modern history. He succeeded long ago in gathering the PM’s authority to himself. Mr Bainimarama was too weak to stop this power trip and now just meekly follows Mr Sayed-Khaiyum’s leadership of the nation. The two of them do not follow the inclusive principles of democracy, based on debate dialogue and eventual consensus.

Their leadership model is an intolerant dictatorship ruling by fear. Mr Sayed-Khaiyum and Mr Bainimarama should take a lesson from the PA in how to manage a political party. Under my leadership and with the loyal support of many able officials and supporters, it has taken us only six months to create a nation-wide movement. It is based on equality and multiracialism. The PA is intent on forming the next government.

As we operate in line with the rules of democracy, we naturally have our internal disagreements. That’s normal in a democratic organization. Mr Khaiyum and Mr Bainimarama have no understanding or tolerance for differences. What they say goes.

We resolve disagreements while getting on with the task of working with the people. Our aim is to take Fiji into a new era of freedom, openness and prosperity.

Consider now the hypocrisy surrounding the Sayed-Khaiyum - Bainimarama government’s policy on Russia’s war against Ukraine.

They complain about the economic damage this is
creating in the world economy and to the region. But at the same time they offer aid and comfort to Russian dictator Putin by broadcasting daily pro-Russian propaganda on FBC TV.

Under Mr Bainimarama’s weak and incompetent leadership of the Pacific Islands Forum, the region lost its unity at a time when solidarity is crucial. The PM has much to answer for.

He was unable to stop Mr Sayed-Khaiyum’s relentless campaign to financially cripple the University of The South Pacific, the most successful example of Pacific Islands’ co-operation.

The USP provides higher education for thousands of young Fijians and many students from the region. But this does not deter Mr Sayed-Khaiyum. He wants to have his own way, come
what may.

His seriously flawed ministerial leadership in economic and financial matters has driven Fiji into a deep hole of debt. The burden of repayment will fall on the long-suffering people.

Mr Bainimarama is our country’s worst minister for sugar. His leadership has taken the industry into serious decline. It only survives because it is propped up by us, the taxpayers.

The list of leadership failures is too long for this statement, but it covers virtually every aspect of the nation’s activity.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum needs to humble himself, and start listening to the people. However the bad news for him is that whatever he does it is too late now to save his government.



This painting of a young woman breastfeeding an old man in a prison cell was sold for Euros 30 million. The painting may look perverse but the story behind is from historical records.

The poor man was sentenced to "death by starvation" for stealing a loaf of bread during the reign of Louis XIV in France. The woman was his only daughter and the only visitor to his cell. She was allowed to visit him daily but was frisked thoroughly such that no food was taken in.

When after 4 months the man still survived with no weight loss, the authorities were perplexed and started spying on her in the cell and to their utter astonishment found her to breastfeed her father to the fullest sharing her baby's milk. The judges then realizing the compassion and love of the woman for her father, pardoned the father and set him free.


Middle Weight
Jese Ravudi (Naitasiri ) vs Donasio Moqudru (Ra)
Winner - Jese Ravudi ( Unanimous Points Decision)


Erik and crew with a deep drop smash! Queens, yellowedge, snowy, barrels, and tiles were just a few of the good eats they brought home. Open dates in late August!


When Billy Graham was 92 years old, he was struggling with Parkinson's disease. In January, a month before his 93rd birthday, leaders in Charlotte, North Carolina, invited their favorite son, Billy Graham, to a luncheon in his honour.

Billy initially hesitated to accept the invitation because of his struggles with Parkinson's disease. But the Charlotte leaders said, 'We don't expect a major address. Just come and let us honor you.' So he agreed.

After wonderful things were said about him, Dr. Graham stepped to the podium, looked at the crowd, and said:

"I'm reminded today of Albert Einstein, the great physicist who this month has been honored by Time magazine as the Man of the Century. Einstein was once traveling from Princeton on a train, when the conductor came down the aisle, punching the tickets of every passenger. When he came to Einstein, Einstein reached in his vest pocket. He couldn't find his ticket, so he reached in his trouser pockets.

It wasn't there.He looked in his briefcase but couldn't find it. Then he looked in the seat beside him. He still couldn't find it.

"The conductor said, “Dr. Einstein, I know who you are. We all know who you are. I'm sure you bought a ticket. Don't worry about it.” Einstein nodded appreciatively. The conductor continued down the aisle punching tickets.

As he was ready to move to the next car, he turned around and saw the great physicist down on his hands and knees looking under his seat for his ticket.

"The conductor rushed back and said, 'Dr. Einstein, Dr. Einstein, don't worry, I know who you are; no problem. You don't need a ticket. I'm sure you bought one.' Einstein looked at him and said, “Young man, I too, know who I am. What I don't know is where I'm going."

Having said that Billy Graham continued, "See the suit I'm wearing? It's a brand new suit. My children, and my grandchildren are telling me I've gotten a little slovenly in my old age. I used to be a bit more fastidious. So I went out and bought a new suit for this luncheon and one more occasion. You know what that occasion is? This is the suit in which I'll be buried. But when you hear I'm dead, I don't want you to immediately remember the suit I'm wearing. I want you to remember this:

"I not only know who I am. I also know where I'm going." May your troubles be less, your blessings more, and may nothing but happiness, come through your door. "Life without God is like an unsharpened pencil - it has no point."

May each of us have lived our lives so that when our ticket is punched we don't have to worry about where we are going.


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