The spiel by the Illegal President to the Muslim followers celebrating Prophet Mohammed's birthday seems to send out mixed messages to the people. Religion is always a very sensitive issue, but when it comes to nation building is should be approached with extra sensitivity. But here we have a regime puppet talking again with no idea whatsoever about the repercussions of his utterances.
So, if religion according to this pupper president plays an important role in nation building, why then is the Methodist Church banned from taking part in the process? Why are they branded as spies with no evidence to support the allegations? One can only surmise that the reason this regime is ill-bent in leaning towards the Muslim belief rather than Christianity is because their hierachy is littered with Muslim believers who are in the minority and support them, instead of their much needed Christian believers who are in the majority and don't support them.
Now, where is the NON-RACIAL, MULTI-FACETED society outlook that their illegal charter is meant to promote?
As we have always said, since the motive right from the beginning of this so-called "saviour mission" is for SELF-PRESERVATION AND SELF-PROMOTION,
NOTHING...WE MEAN, NOTHING THEY DO OR SAY WILL MAKE SENSE. IT WILL ALL AMOUNT TO NOTHING. THEY WILL TRY AND BUILD, BUT THEN IT WILL BE DESTROYED AS SOON AS THEY FINISH LIKE THE BRIDGES. THEY WILL GET THEIR SUPPORT AND THEN SICKNESS WILL FALL LIKE THE TYPHOID RAMPANT IN THE RA PROVINCE AFTER VOREQE'S VISIT THERE.
This is time religion plays an important role in the nation building and to move the country forward.
That was the message from the ILLEGAL President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau when he addressed members of the Muslim community during the Prophet Mohammed birthday celebrations at the Vodafone Arena said that
Ratu Epeli said the Peoples Charter has highlighted that we should work together for a better Fiji and come together closely to be united as one with high hopes for a better future for our generations to come.
He believes that religion lays the foundation of our future and how it will look but it will depend on us on what we do with it whether and we can accept each other in our multi-racial society will be the biggest challenge any religion will face in their everyday lives.
The 300 plus crowd who were present at the Vodafone Arena was then challenged by the President if they can live up to the expectation of their leader Prophet Mohammed and instead of making excuses.
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