How Samoa’s name was ruined

Dear Editor,

In response to Mr. Oi Sole’s letter in yesterday’s paper, I want to remind that the name Samoa was hurt more by Human Rights Persecution Party and Stui. 

Too much ‘corrupt practices’ and abuse as highlighted by the O.P.C Report 2010, S.R.U Audit Report 2012. The latter was front page news all over the world because of the audacity of Stui to attack the innocent people who exposed corruption in S.R.U. 

For your information Oi Sole, more than one million dollars is still missing from S.R.U and you know who is the Chairman.

It’s horrible injustices against the people because of ‘Lust’ and ‘Greed’, that went against “Fa’avae i Le Atua Samoa” and that was front page news all over the world. 

I like your abstract of S.I.F.A; well Mr. Oi a wall also represents a ‘barrier’. A wall represents an obstacle, a stumbling block and as we learn a bit more everyday about the Panama Papers. 

It’s quite clear to us all that the ‘wall’ is nothing more than a handicap for achieving Justice. And if the wall is in the park, I’m pretty sure that all the neighborhood dogs would like to go and piss all over it, that’s because it’s a wall. A hypothetical wall maybe a hindrance in human affairs but it’s a prized possession to a neighbourhood dog. 

For me personally, I see S.I.F.A as a ‘prostitute’. It’s all about secrecy and shady rich clienteles, there’s no transparency, integrity and accountability there.


Le Mafa P.

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