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Open Letter to Commodore Frank Bainamarama

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Open Letter to Commodore Frank Bainamarama by New Zealand Libertarian Independent, Tim Wikiriwhi.


Dear Sir,
I am writing you this open letter for three reasons.

Firstly to congratulate you for your righteous actions in halting racist corruption of the Fijian government, and secondly so that I might establish communications, and offer my assistance to help you combat your political enemies, and aid in the essential task of preparing the Fijian people to embrace equality before the law.

You are right to see the Clark government of New Zealand as your adversary as this is government that has gained power by using the racial separatist electoral system of New Zealand.

As a person who has actively opposed this system and stood for Parliament twice advocating its abolition, I have mountains of evidence that you can use to thwart this racist governments attacks upon you.

I have studied the socialist political philosophy of ‘Indigenous rights’ being pedaled by the U.N and have exposed their corruption in media at every opportunity.

The U.N is another corrupt organization that will be rising against you, and I offer you my knowledge and experience to combat this formidable enemy.


On the positive side, though I forthrightly defend the separation of church and state as essential for equality of religious liberty, I am a Bible believing Christian, and know the bible doctrines that that make all peoples equal before God Almighty, and one in Christ.

Thus in a private capacity, given opportunity, I can preach equality as a Christian virtue, and expose racism as un-Christian.

Lastly let me add that I am a Maori, yet just because I have ‘indigenous’ blood, does not mean I believe Maori ought to get special treatment or have special rights. I can speak to the people of Fiji, as one who understands the dynamics of their current plight because of it’s common link with race relations here in New Zealand.


These are the basic reasons I believe I can be of service to you.

I am desperate to see you succeed in Fiji as this will not only pave the way for a bright future for your nation, but will be a heavy blow to socialist racism around the Globe including New Zealand.

Your enemies know to too!
I place myself at your disposal.

God Bless you.

Please contact me.


Tim Wikiriwhi
Independent Libertarian Candidate for NZ Parliament.

Hamilton West.

ENDS

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