Skip to comments.Another 360 bound for Golan Heights (Fiji supplies 540 UN Peacekeepers to Golan)
Posted on 07/01/2013 10:31:41 AM PDT by Pan_Yan
Another 360 soldiers will head for the Golan Heights on the border of Syria this month.
This was confirmed to FBC News by Military Land force Commander Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga.
Tikoitoga says the 360 are all military personnel.
He has also confirms that the first batch of 182 that left last week have already reported for duty and have started work as peacekeepers on the border between Syria and Israeli occupied Golan Heights.
Syrian Muslims quake in fear of the Fiji Islands. I am sure their lives are a great deterrent.
Reminds me of something I overheard while in Tel Aviv some years ago. Someone at a diplomatic reception suggested that a completely neutral third country peace keeping force, comprised of Maoris or Fijians be sent to the Golan, Sinai, and Gaza. A drunken American diplomat attending the cocktail party completely dismissed the idea by shouting “YOU CAN’T DO THAT! WHY, THEY’LL JUST END UP KILLING AND EATING EVERYONE THERE!” Could have heard a pin drop.
If you look they don’t allow any Muslim countries to supply UN Peacekeepers to Israel’s borders. They are all from places like, Fiji, the Phillipines, Austria, Sweden, etc.
Soldiers from the hills of Fiji are heading for the Golan Heights! Vinaka! Better run and hide, you Muslim terrorists!
Fijiian soldiers are bringing their wooden forks in anticipation of feasting on muzzie long pig.
“Hey, we saw on Fox how the Syrians eat just their enemies’ hearts! Fijiians go for the whole hog!”
(”Allah please help me! I don’t want to be eaten by the infidels from the South Seas!”)
Why don’t these UN boys “man up” and go square away that mess in Cairo. Maybe then I’d be impressed.
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