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Letters To The Editor, 7th June 2018

Letters To The Editor, 7th June 2018
June 07
11:00 2018

Desperate people

Naca Nabutu, Naulu

The types of nonsense making rounds on social media right now shows how desperate some people are getting.

The fairy tales, folklore type theories all aimed at breaking the camaraderie of Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is so obvious.

The desperate people know that never in Fiji’s history has there been such mutual trust and respect between two leaders that exists between Mr Bainimarama and Mr Sayed-Khaiyum and the desperate people know that the only way of defeating Fiji­First is to drive a wedge between these two leaders.

We hope and pray the devils do not succeed because these two men have taken Fiji to new levels and will continue to do so after this general elections.

They have the capability to look at the big­ger picture, the Fiji we want for our chil­dren, the Fiji where everyone thrives with­out prejudice.

Mudslinging

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

With the current mudslinging between Government and the NFP leader who claims, “All of our leaders have been giants of their time and their understanding of Fiji’s prob­lems”. That probably includes Siddiq Koya’s (SM Koya) quoted piece in a Masters thesis reminding the iTaukei community of the chiefly system and its helplessness.

What is this?

Fiji FACT

Sukha Singh, Labasa

I would like to know if Fiji Football Asso­ciation is paying the travelling and accom­modation costs for the Labasa Soccer team?

The funny thing is it will take three week­ends to complete a small tournament.

I just wish I had a sponsor to go from La­basa and watch these games wherever they have them.

World Oceans Day

Neelz Singh, Lami

This is observed on June 8 every year with the theme “Clean Our Ocean” and will focus on the prevention of plastic ocean pollution.

Should we eliminate plastic products and bags to save our plants?

The lungs of our planet, providing most of the oxygen we breathe, the oceans are also a major source of food and medicines and a critical part of the biosphere.

We need our ecosystem, our source of liv­ing to sustain and balance nature.

Around 80 per cent of all litter in our oceans is made of plastic – which has devas­tating effects on wildlife, fisheries and tour­ism; costing estimated billions in damage to marine ecosystems.

In the past few decades, the threats from pollution, overfishing and other forms of ex­ploitation to marine habitats have increased dramatically not only in the Pacific, but in our Fiji waters as well.

The world’s oceans play a key role for life on Earth. Save our oceans and marine life.

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