Wake up, it’s time to fight evil

Re: Do thy eyes deceive thee?

He is just a failure that H.R.P.P spokesman.

There is a failed economy under his leadership which is creating poverty and social problems in modern Samoa. 

He is responsible for a one point something billion dollars foreign debt he will never be able to pay back in his lifetime in fact, he is increasing it every year. 

So that alone doesn’t really exude thoughtfulness and intelligence, he also seeks endless foreign assistances to help his government stay afloat so he is not exactly in any level above an idiot.

 Let’s just say he woke up on the wrong side of the bed and poor reporter Sarafina Sanerivi seemed to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

All the white elephants dotting around the place was his sorry attempt at deceiving the common villager and it seemed to work (PS Jeff). 

Little did they know that it’s their children, not Stui’s children that will suffer from these unscrupulous, unethical and highly questionable practices.

Remember the O.P.C Report 2010? Money wasted or lost in those projects are in the tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars.

Mind you all dictators (present and past) never see themselves as failures because of that mind numbing disease called “Narcissism.” It creates an illusion of invincibility in the dictator’s thinking process so  no amount of reasoning can help them see logic or common sense.

What we can do though is to keep reminding them day in day out of what failure means, if they can’t change themselves then the people around them can and may help them bring about some changes - I hope. 

I don’t think exorcism by any Church minister in Samoa will do any good because Christian churches in Samoa are just as corrupt, they don’t give to the poor or help curtail immorality like government corruption, they take from the poor and ignore government corruption. Wake up people and fight evil in Samoan society right now!


Le Mafa P 

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