Fiji Coup Leader, Frank Bainimarama’s Track Record & Its Relevance to the ‘Rome Statute’ By RealFiji News

Posted: October 15, 2009 by Na Dina: Fiji Truth in What Fiji Truth is all about.
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The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court was ratified by Fiji on the 29th of November 1999.

The ICC will host its eighth session in the Hague in November 2009 and an invitation was given to all state parties on the 24th of April 2009 to attend. Whether this is an invitation or information for Fiji will be seen, since Sada Reddy’s pussy cat has run out of oil.  

Wouldn’t this be an opportune time for Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama and his Chief Legal Adviser on their “Genocide” Roadmap, to be arrested, charged and tried for ‘genocide’ against the Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma, and in particular the Chiefly system that is duty bound to protect the unique culture, customs, traditions and usage in recognition of the difference of indigenous peoples.

Well let us see the odds, by October 2007, the ICC had received 2,889 official complaints about alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity in at least 139 countries, and yet by March 2009, the prosecutor had opened investigations into just 4 cases: Uganda,D.R.Congo, Central African Republic and Sudan/Darfur, all in Africa. In addition, the ICC had issued 13 public warrants of arrest, again all against Africans.” (CT New African Journal July 2009)

Now I think Voreqe could be classified as the sole Fiji African with his unethical Melanesian Wontok brothers. Then maybe we will have a shot at the ICC, but then I am just being sarcastic for once.

Whatever the case, what needs to be made clear to everybody is that the 2006 and 2009 coups in Fiji will not lead to Voreqe going to the Hague, and if you take the time to read the scope of the Rome Statute yourself you will see why.

If Voreqe follows on with his seditious lies and acts of ‘genocide’ will global human rights NGO’s including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the International Federation for Human Rights lobby for Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama’s international warrant of arrest? I think not.

I have said it before many times and I will say it again, Voreqe will enact a “Reconciliation and Unity Decree” to grant himself and his fellow treasonous soldiers and opportunist amnesty. This is why certain unethical members of the Pacific Islands Forum wish to embrace Voreqe and it is why PNG are trying their level best to oppose Fiji’s expulsion from the Commonwealth of Nations, in the disguise of dialogue so that he will get their blessings by seeking forgiveness from the people of Fiji, only after having run out of time, money and knowledge on the art of (mis)governing a fragile, isolated, poor country that he himself brought to systematic ruin and decay.

If we keep forgiving and forgetting and making people Prime Ministers and Presidents like the Africans, without executing them, then guess what, we will be back down this same path over and over again till infinity.

Do you know why they don’t have coups in the first world? It is because all those that tried and ruled in centuries past were executed either by firing squad or lethal injection and their bodies were hung naked in public so that the people and the world could see and learn an unmistakable lesson, NEVER AGAIN in FIJI

http://realfijinews.xanga.com/708139921/josaia-v-bainimarama-to-be-executed-by-international-criminal-court/

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ICC sign MOU with World Bank – Bainimarama Arrest by Interpol Pending
 The following information was released by the International Criminal Court:
The International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo and Integrity Vice President of the World Bank Group (INT) Mr. Leonard McCarthy signed a Memorandum of Understanding in The Hague.

The agreement will allow for cooperation on areas of common interest, such as the detection, substantiation and prevention of fraud and corruption in connection with conduct which constitutes a crime within the jurisdiction of the Court or which constitutes a serious crime under national law.
The International Criminal Court is an independent, permanent court that investigates and prosecutes persons accused of the most serious crimes of international concern, namely genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

From 6 to 9 October, the ICC hosted the second bi-annual strategic meeting with NGOs. Nearly 40 members of the civil society, representing 20 organizations, including both international NGOs and local NGOs from situation related countries, had the opportunity to discuss relevant issues on the ICC agenda with Court officials from the four organs as well as with representatives of the Assembly of the States Parties (ASP).
The meeting is part of a conjunct effort of both the Court and the NGOs to strengthen an open dialogue policy and maintain mutual support and understanding.

Opening the meeting, ICC President, Judge Sang-Hyun Song, acknowledged the “long partnership of the Court with the NGO community in working to realise the Rome Statute system”.

“Importantly, NGOs also provide constructive criticism. It is never entirely pleasant to be criticised, and the Court may not always agree with such criticism. But I very much appreciate independent views from organisations and individuals who share the Court’s deep commitment to the goals and values enshrined in the Rome Statute. Your support – and your tough love too – have made this a better institution” President Song added.

(States News Service 10-12-09)
Click Frank Bainimarama’s Photograph to see what will happen to him at the Hague for breach of International Law which summarized our views on this institutions bias against Africans.
With the synergy of cooperation between the ICC and the World Bank expressed in its MOU, we can now include the RFMF Regimental Fund fraud that prompted the 2006 coup as well as the corruption and pilfering of public trust funds and market manipulation of public sector and listed securities that we have witnessed since December 2006.

With Interpol’s new visa free international passport, the day that Frank Bainimarama gets arrested and tried for his crimes including Murder, Sedition, Treason, Conspiracy to Commit a Capital Offence, Genocide as well as the various crimes against humanity outlined in our synopsis of breach is certainly approaching.

We are truly on our way to a fully automated, synchronized, simplified, consolidated, ONE WORLD ORDER to rid ourselves of rouge criminals like Bainimarama.

We told you it takes time, but as sure as the sun rises all will be complete and we will WIN.

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