I insulted you in my last letter. I did that at the end of the first letter that introduced constructive criticism instead of a steady stream of condemnation. I did that deliberately because my attitude to you is very strong. I don’t like you and I think that you are a nasty, selfish person putting on the guise of Mr Good Guy, when in fact you are a fraud, actually pulling ALL the strings behind the scenes.
That you not only had me exported for daring to reveal your immorality with a woman you put in power and cover for to this day, but the sneaky, dishonest, immoral and illegal way in which you did it is proof positive to the world of your true nature. Nuff said about that subject.
I now more to the insidious beggar attitude that you have towards your bigger donor countries, which include primarily New Zealand and Australia, but also the EU, Japan and increasingly China. There is a game, called international politics in which you participate. This is fine. Diplomats do diplomatty things and you are welcome to all of that BS – that’s your life, but the way that you think of my country sucks, to be quite honest.
New Zealand, Tui, should not be seen as a big brother to be leaned on and used like a beggar with a hand out. This only prostitutes your country and demeans it. It’s incredibly demeaning for your people to see how you beg and scrape the floor for crumbs from our table. There are not a lot of people who talk about this but the ones that do understand it very well. When you beg, you lose everything before God. A man who has faith should be taking the word of God and standing on it. Believing that the Lord has the best for you – personally and as a country.
You are faithless and this comes across to all who have their eyes open.
Your thinking is, “Oh, I’ll just run across to my benefactors in New Zealand or Australia and they will help me out” when you have a problem. Or, “Oh here comes China – they’ll be good for a couple of soft loans or whatever!”
This is foolish of you. It is wrong by the bible and hurts your people in the long run because it reinforces and perpetuates the poverty mentality that you and your people embrace so willingly. I’ve blogged extensively about this and the sad thing is that you know all of this but you do the same thing in your own career. It all starts and the buck stops you Tui. You are the leader. This is why after seven years in Samoa I am writing to YOU. It is why for seven years you have had a stream of letters from me trying to wake you up and teach you. It is why YOU are the key to corruption in your country. If YOU show yourself to be a beggar to the world then how the h*ll can you expect your ranting at your people to get off their ar*es and do something to better their own lot to make any difference?
In my last letter, I said this to you and about you:
Your attitude, which I know so very well, disgusts me, and when the people outside of your circle deception realise what I know, they too will wake up and smell the roses.
You conduct yourself as Palemia, just like a low-life, opportunist beggar
Tui, you, the Palemia of Samoa for the last umpteen years are the one who has taken the country to where it is, into unrepayable debt, the laughing stock of anyone in the know in tourism, to the contempt of anyone who knows me and what you and your people have put me through and we look at your lack of vision, arrogance to just sit back and put your hand out at the international forums of handouts for obliging micro-states as a disgrace.
Integrity, Tui, where our word is our bond; where we work for a living; where we have faith that we of value (as individuals and a nation); where we deal with things constructively ALL the time; where we stand for justice ALL the time; and where we respect those we engage with (like donor countries) is at the heart of godliness in leadership.
Samoa could, if it wanted to make a strong go of it in the world. It’s people and culture are unique and therefore of huge value in the global marketplace but it is all suppressed because of you and your poverty mindset. You should not be begging and unless your attitude changes, as a nation you will continue to reap what you currently do – very little.
In my next letter I touch on your racism, something so insidious and ugly when revealed for what it really is that one can only use the word “evil” to describe it, so I do exactly that.