Jan 28, 2013

The tale of why Mohammed has a National Holiday in Fiji and Ratu Sukuna does not

The makabuna came around today to visit their Nau and one of the teens asked me why Ratu Sukuna , a true son of Fiji doesn't have a National Day in Fiji , but a vulagi's (foreigner) deity does.

Luvequ's - very good question which was very hard to answer, so I came up with my own little fable .

Please feel free to share it around.

With any luck Alisi Daurewa will use this as a scholarly source for her research into the origins of Fijians as heavily disguised Tamils.

As young kids , Ratu Sukuna and Prophet Muhammed were listening to a tyrant called Kaiyum reading a Bible story. 

Kaiyum read: "The man named Lot was warned to take his wife and flee out of the city , but his wife looked back and was turned to salt." 

Concerned, Ratu Sukuna asked: "What happened to the flea?".

Isa ko Ratu Sukuna - he was put in the naughty corner for worrying about the poor little fleas and Prophet Muhammed won the right to a National Day of Holiday in the fiefdom of Fiji because the tyrant liked that he took the story in with a grain of salt and chose to keep quiet about our Lot in Fiji .


ratu frank voreqe bainimagana levu said...

c4.5 are you now regulating peoples comments? just like the fiji military junta??

Discombobulated Bubu said...

Isa luvequ, how many Fiji Bitter's have you had ?

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