Before I discuss the reality of foreigners investing in Samoa, I will recap what I have said in my first ten letters, which I am sure you have now read, digested and are squirming about. You see in your country and culture you can control what people think, for you are King Kong. People fear your power and they know that you use it, apart from Christ, who wouldn’t?
When you move onto the Internet however, and especially when people want to know the truth about you, people like me who are motivated to speak it cause people like you who profit from distorting it . . . well we can have a field day – all at your expense. Tui, the people that matter to me are reading these words and working out that, yes, sure, I have a ‘beef’ with you, but they are also working out that what I say is truth, factual and pretty jolly accurate!
So what have I said thus far?
I’ve called you a coward. I’ve named you one of worst things that the Samoan people could possibly hear about their leader because it reflects VERY poorly on ALL Samoans. To know that their leader couldn’t even ‘man-up’ to a single Palagi guest and sort out his problems but had to resort to deporting him is the sort of stuff wars were fought over in the past.
Then to do it simply because he was onto you over something immoral . . . oh, the shame you have brought onto the Samoan people Tui. I’ve called you a hypocrite over this.
Can you imagine the incredible anguish that Samoan leaders will have across the world as they try desperately to rein-in their own young people who show disrespect for the law in the many countries that they live when the Samoan Palemia himself breaks the law when it suits him? You should be squirming in your seat of power and racing off to your Priest forthwith to repent. You won’t of course because cowards, hypocrites and criminals don’t do that sort of thing.
I’ve shared how your leadership, which I personally have heard you claim to be God-ordained and therefore implied to be God-endorsed, refers to an utter falsehood – that “Samoa is Founded Upon God”. Tui, FFS, which God is this? The Catholic one or the Protestant one? Don’t you realise that you cannot even answer that question without showing up your foolishness? Don’t you realise that this is the very same claim that one third of the world makes, yet their God is Mohammed?
Then after telling you that much of the rest of the world looks at you in disgust as (like many of your people) you are grossly over weight (we use the word “fat” in private but that’s a little too offensive to use in public), I have told you too that your policies of big debt and greediness for the New World Order’s bribery money requires you to deceive to your subjects the extent of your sell-out of Samoan sovereignty. I haven’t shared much about this yet because it is a complex and contentious subject that few currently understand, but they will Tui. When Samoa realises that it was on your watch that you plunged the country into international servitude yet again, but this time voluntarily, they will want to raise you from the dead so that they can kill you! One day, I promise, just like I promised you that I would publish Corruption in Samoa and the world will eventually know about you and Sonja Hunter, they will be asking why the 1st June celebrations of independence are maintained.
Tui, you are first and foremost a politician. You are a Samoan High Chief and the top dog at your game, but you are a manipulator and a deceiver. You have though, met your match in me – a man who genuinely fears God – a godfearing man speaking the truth, evicted from your ‘supposed’ Paradise for speaking the truth, who is now speaking the truth should (all things being equal) put the fear of God into a crooked politician like you. I’m not after your blood. I’ve paid the price and am free from your country and your political clutches. I just want the world to know the truth.
There is a saying Tui, that I have used before in relation to you and your eviction of me from your circle of influence. Michael Corleone in The Godfather II gives sage advice that he learned from his father Vito Corleone . . . “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”. I think that the moment that you decided to sign the stop order and classify me a “Prohibited Immigrant” was the moment that you kissed your reputation and your career good-bye. We’ll see, but that’s my opinion at the moment as I write.
In my next letter, I discuss the environment in which you create for foreign investment in Samoa. You want it, desperately, but there is a hidden side that you don’t talk about, for obvious reasons. You won’t like what’s coming up I know, but you will be unable to deal with it as you wish because it is true, and you know it.
I want the world to know it too, now, for the first time.