Po­lit­i­cal bit­ter­ness

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Dhar­men­dra Ku­mar , Suva

The peo­ple of Fiji are ask­ing the lead­er­ship of the op­po­si­tion po­lit­i­cal par­ties to put the na­tion at heart and think of ev­ery­thing they do.

They should over­come the an­i­mos­ity to in­spire “hum­ble ser­vice”. I am dis­tressed by this ac­ri­mo­nious re­la­tion­ship be­tween the NFP and SODELPA against the Fi­jiFirst Party.

The cur­rent po­lit­i­cal tone and de­bate demon­strates the root of po­lit­i­cal bit­ter­ness is grow­ing rapidly and un­for­tu­nately is be­ing nur­tured by some po­lit­i­cal par­ties .

Sadly, what they spew is a killer, rather than erad­i­cat­ing the bad stuff that de­files democ­racy they are en­cour­ag­ing it for po­lit­i­cal gain.

The root of bit­ter­ness is un­der­ground, it is easy to hide and cam­ou­flage but as it grows down­ward, dig­ging deeper and latch­ing on to any­thing and any­one.

It can de­stroy this na­tion .

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