The Fijilive report on the Fiji military waiting for a reply from the UN with regards to new overseas deployment is a total CELEBRATION for us law-abiding citizens who have no direct connection with Fiji's abusive military. We celebrate because although we may want to sympathise (although we won't) with the Fiji Peacekeepers Association for their strive to also ask the UN to rethink their stand as of now, we the law-abiding citizens of Fiji who get to earn a decent living by respecting other people's RIGHTS believe that what the UN has done is FOR THE COMMON GOOD FOR THOSE WHO PROMOTE THE IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY.
So, the bottom line is, if overseas deployment is the BE ALL AND END ALL of why you want to join the Fiji military, then DENYING YOU MILITARY OFFICERS THE RIGHT to participate in UN deployments is a good lesson for you guys to learn that BULLYING PEOPLE WITH YOUR GUNS is not a good thing, really. If you want to gain power, you have to earn it. And the only way to do that is to have democratic elections. Yes, democracy has its own inadequacies but it is still the wisest and best gain for everyone to have a win-win situation. As humans there will always be people who take advantage of the situation and in some cases that will lead to corruption, nepotism, etc but there are civil, democratic ways that have been set-up to deal with these issues. And COUP is NOT ONE OF THEM.
So, go UN! Keep up the DENIAL of Fiji soldiers to join new peacekeeping missions. How stupid of them to try and think they can go and keep peace for others, when at home they're the ones trashing everyone else's determination and strive to have peace.
You can't have EVERYTHING YOUR OWN WAY. Now, that Voreqe is learning that HE IS DEFINITELY NOT AN ISLAND TO HIMSELF, the begging is just so sweet to see! Oh my!
Sweet revenge, as the saying goes. And for those of us who wait...again...
GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT!
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