Compare Mahen Chodo’s body language while begging EU for mercy at Brussels to that shown on Fiji TV One News last night. The picture of Mahen in Brussels reminds us of a scared little mouse in the presence of a fat pussycat.
The one beamed on Fiji One news yesterday show the same mouse in a relaxed mode with his un-buttoned shirt displaying a bit of hair and raised chest, except that it looked really crappy. A half-hearted public relations exercise where the mouse is “teasing” the pussycat. But get ready to see the pussycat pounce on the fanciful big-mouthed mouse.
Mouse Chaudhry said,
- Fiji’s interim regime will use its money to revitalise the ailing sugar industry and will not wait on the European Union for its funding.
- There are certain processes which are time critical.
- We cannot defer those processes. We will use our own money as a corporation for the reform.
- There is an offer from a financial institution.The European Investment Bank has shown interest in the industry.
- About 200,000 people are relying on the industry and it is important to ensure its survival.
O.K bloggers. Want to know the truth behind all these lies mouse Chodo blurted to you?
- Fiji’s economy in serious trouble (admitted by Chodo today on Fiji Times Online. Junta has no money and going bust.
- He is only concerned about time critical processes involving the dying sugar industry where his voters are. He’s not interested in the time critical processes involving the return to democracy or other industries like Tourism and others that show more positive growth prospects than sugar.
- He can’t defer reviving the sugar industry any longer because his sugar cane belt voters will dessert him very soon when they finally realise that his promises to them are nothing but lies.
- Any money received from the European Investment Bank is a loan which must be paid back with interest by taxpayers and NOT a free GRANT like what EU is offering. What we should be asking Mahen and the junta is, why subject us to a loan when we can get the same thing as a grant?
- 200,000 people surviving on sugar industry is far-fetched and exaggerated. The 2007 census will prove that it is less than 100,000.
Lies after lies after lies, the web of deceit and lies by Chodo and the junta gets bigger and too obvious.