The Real Survivor Fiji – Physical Disease Follows Political Disease
Bacteria, contamination, and a general breakdown of the attention to detail just may be the reason for outbreaks of illness and death on Fiji ... or maybe it is just a coincidence.
There is a reason that most all successful governments throughout the world are NOT military. The military may be good as a deterrent of outside forces taking over a government and a Nation State, but the military is almost never any good at caring for the people they were formed to protect. Quite frankly, it requires a different skill set.
Fiji suffers as a selfish (as opposed to serving) military governs.
Excerpts from The Sydney Morning Herald -
Three dead, scores ill in Fiji disease outbreak
Fairfax Digital - April 19, 2007 - 11:16AM
So the person who is responsible for keeping track of the health and safety of the people who live and visit the island nation "feels people in Fiji were not vaccinated against mumps because of the cost of the inoculations".
We at MAXINE have this question - So just when does an occupying military have to take responsibility for its actions when the nation it is occupying is its own?