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Letters To The Editor, 31st January, 2016

Extraterrestrial institution Joji Toronibau,  Tunuloa   I wonder if the Extraterrestrial institution will eventually happen. I am optimistic with Raj and Tukana to present their isevusevu as a Fijian gesture,
31 Jan 2016 08:59
Letters To The Editor, 31st January, 2016

Extraterrestrial institution

Joji Toronibau, 

Tunuloa

 

I wonder if the Extraterrestrial institution will eventually happen.

I am optimistic with Raj and Tukana to present their isevusevu as a Fijian gesture, let alone their visitation every evening with the local brew and perhaps the gang at the Flamboyant Tree [Caesalpiniaceae] as well having welcomed them into the ‘grog doppy’ celestial sphere called earth. Duh!

 

ET embassy

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, 

Canada

Jarel, the Frenchman who revealed the Rael organisation’s request to the Tourism Minister to build a temple to communicate and welcome aliens in Lautoka, must be really serious.

From a financial point of view, the nation and landowners would greatly benefit from the billions of dollars that will flow into the country should we open the door.

At ground level, we would all say, show us the money, because as it is, it more like an April Fool’s Day joke.

From an iTaukei perspective, allowing the project would mean that our descendants as understood by our Fijian folklore and mythology, were aliens and not human beings.

Those into witchcraft and demonic powers can now claim that their supernatural powers are the work of aliens, freeing them from the arm of the law.

From a Christian perspective, the God that we worship as the Creator is an immortal being who created mankind in His own image and became a human to redeem humanity.

He is coming soon to take His people home to the real New Jerusalem, leaving this world and everything in it in destruction and darkness for 1000 years.

The proposal to build an ET Embassy in Lautoka should be weighed out carefully as we do not want Fiji, the way the world should be, to be known as a loony colony.

 

Bus service

Tomasi Boginiso, 

Nasinu

 

Since school started there is some confusion over bus operators who service the Nakelo area at the appropriate time.

People wait for a long timeand children opt to walk to Nausori from the Nakelo area.

Why don’t the relevant authorities look at a single bus company to service the Nakelo area from Vaturua, Naimalavau to Nausori?

The service required is very early especially from 5am to 7am. These are very important times because most workers and school children leave for Suva around these times.

Despite recent complaints it all seems to fall on deaf ears.

All we require is that we have more bus service from 5am to 7am to avoid buses getting overloaded with passengers.

 

Sevens

Sukha Singh, 

Labasa

 

It looks like many people in Fiji are interested in who will win the 7s tournaments. To me if the Vodafone Fijian 7s team wins the gold medal in Rio I will give them a carton of beer but if they lose I will tell them to wait for the next Olympic Games.

If they win the Wellington 7s I will buy coach Ben Ryan seven bottles of beer.

 



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