I share here the mindset and explain three of the failings of Samoan Prime Minister, Tuila’epa. Coming under increasing political pressure, Samoa’s astute top political dog is at war with a huge and increasingly informed and now vocal sector of Samoan society. Fed by anonymous blogger O Le Palemia (OLP) this war is about to spill over into the streets, physically with a planned march before Christmas (2017). I show how the PM and his myriad of political supporters of corruption by the incumbents are caught in a web of sexual, financial & political deceit. These are age-old temptations/issues. There’s nothing new under the sun! Enjoy.
In previous posts I’ve shared how OLP has spearheaded a huge resistance to Samoa’s political corruption. The turning point for me when assessing OLP’s claims (as it was to others too) was his relatively recent repeating of claims that PM Tuila’epa either initiated, or at least knew in advance of Samoa’s only spine-chilling political assassination. I’ve shared at how this was when despite an excellent knowledge and understanding of the way things are up there, the penny really dropped for me.
At the time this assassination occurred, political opponents understood very well the price of opposition to the HRPP parties power. In more than a decade since, Tuila’epa has cemented his powerbase very effectively and rules the roost up there with [dare I say it] quite ‘un-Samoan-like’ efficiency.
Increased knowledge of the PM’s immorality (the identity and relationship with his Mistress was the touchy subject that got me ‘exported‘ from Samoa), the deception he uses and the money-based corruption has produced a wave of resentment, disgust and a groundswell of dissatisfaction, particularly in the off-shore Samoan diaspora. I first talked of this in 2015 when I warned Tuila’epa of this in my book Corruption in Samoa.
The rise of Internet-based communications, fed in a large part by OLP’s consistently damning and accurate posting has put the establishment into a defensive frenzy, and I consider this a dangerous time for Samoa. TPTB which include the PM and a myriad of political insiders and beneficiaries will never voluntarily lie down and let go what they have fought long and hard for.
Irresistible force, meet immovable object!
Samoa has been here in the past. A hundred years ago it ended in tears when the Mau movement was dealt to by Samoa’s ruling force from New Zealand. This time though the people are having to deal with oppression from their own. The result will very likely be the same.
The Big Picture
In a recent post I explained that the political leaders of Samoa (this essentially means Tuila’epa) had no choice but to comply with United Nations’ Agenda 21 goals and sign revolutionary land laws into effect. This compliance with international globalisation agendas (think New World Order stuff) is not optional for ANY political entity on the planet. To fight it is political suicide as politics works with and sings the song of big business, essentially the Central Banks. That the world’s Central Banks are entirely privately owned (the ones that are not are controlled by private interests) is beside the point for the moment. It is sufficient to understand that big business and Central Banks ’employ’ politicians who have the power over the people, obtained largely by the voting process, the recently risen idol of democracy.
This international global political and financial juggernaut is empowered through worship of this ungodly system of human government (democracy); enslavement occurs by way of usury and deception is the means by which this Beast is perpetuated.
Describing this a different way, and in what I believe is the correct Christian world-view, this Big Picture then from ground up (because this is important to understand) . . .
. . . the little people abdicate personal responsibility for themselves before the Lord; they bequeath their god-given spiritual authority to politicians (a vote is a prayer); who then sell their sovereignty to business-people (internationally it is the Central Banks, the UN and their ilk) who issue interest-bearing currencies that the politicians force their people to use (by Legal Tender currency laws); all the while deceiving the people that they have no choice and that they are doing the right thing.
Samoa is a very small cog in this global system. It’s issues are slightly affected by its small size, its cultural issues and its remote geography, but it has the exact same issues as any other country does.
Tuila’epa appears to have Hobson’s choice in his compliance with New World Order agenda. He’s damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t! God has better ways, but Tuila’epa doesn’t have the vision or faith so is of necessity caught in this dilemma.
All people are tested with the same temptations that Christ faced. In a political sense Jesus refused the power & money on offer. Tuila’epa on the other hand, wanted it, took it with both hands and has run with it for decades. It’s trite to say that he sold his soul to the devil but in a sense this is what happens when you seek, power . . . it corrupts, ensnares and eventually sucks you into a vortex of evil. Samoa’s Prime Minister is very willingly complicit in globalist agendas, he simply wants the money, and his conscience is therefore seared.
Jesus foiled evil by turning down political power – point blank. He understood.
Tui does not understand biblical ways and his faith is strongly coloured by past choices. First, he’s Catholic; he’s compromised [sexually]; he’s an economist; he’s a top politician; he’s a Samoan . . . all these things cause him to act the only way he knows. Except for the Samoan traits, and in some cases his Catholicism, all these things are simply the way things are: Nero, Caesar, all Kings, Tsars, and all top political leaders have all had much of this in common. Likewise in the Eastern & Asian worlds.
Political leaders gain their political power through ambition, aggression and deception. First, they seek it. Then they get it; are hooked on it; increase it and protect it. An honest politician is an oxymoron – not because all politicians are bad people per se, but because in order to gain and maintain political power, deception is required. Aggression, self-centeredness and the using of power over the people that gave you that power is essentially contrary to His ways – evil. Jesus showed us that His power came from obedience; humility, service and . . . something essential to understanding Samoan situation . . . sacrifice.
Political power is essentially spiritual in nature, thus why I constantly teach that a vote is a prayer. The Lord abhors people-power. He explained quite clearly that political leadership was and would always be contrary to His design, which is for individuals to trust in Him, the simple “hear and obey” thing that we find so bl**dy difficult to grasp!
Instead, we (and in a political sense this is Tuila’epa) go our own way, which is the error of the original sin.
As power increases TPTB can and do indeed justify it thus the slippery slide of sin away from the Lord’s express instructions. They say that sin takes you further, has a bigger cost/impact and keeps you longer than you ever expected. Until as sinner is held to account and challenged, they/you can justify your conduct because you have the power. Think of the Kings of the Old Testament and how power was used and abused for personal benefit. There’s nothing different in Samoa in 2017 to what has always happened from the Fall onwards.
I now address three errors in which the Samoan Prime Minister fails. I wish to make it clear first that I do not claim that he is worse or different to other political leaders and that therefore he should be removed from office. Indeed my position is the opposite – I desire that people see that he is the SAME as all the others! I simply want people to know and understand this man. I want the truth to be known.
1. Sexual Immorality
The original sin was of a sexual nature. There are many other clues but you can easily see this from the sinners’ responses to guilt and being held to account. Sexual intercourse is a spiritual event. You can see this when you talk to women who gain power over their men through copulation. Adultery hits at the heart of god-given soul-tie between a man and a woman.
Witchcraft uses sexual acts to ensnare (speak to any ex-practitioner of the dark arts and you will be stunned at the things that occur in the spirit world). Political leaders are in the main sexually immoral, again not just because they have the power, but because this goes hand in hand with political power. Sexual integrity threatens politicians who are mostly all ‘in on the deal’ and who protect their own, in various ways, unless they can have others exposed for political benefit.
The occult world knows this well too, and the heads of religious orders all know very well the power that can be gained through immoral hetrosexual, homosexual and bestial activity. Tracking back to the head of this snake we see that rampant sexual immorality is one of the first signs of lost society. In times past it caused the Fall of mankind; the global flood that was required to deal to extreme sinfulness led by sexual immorality; Roman decadence and orgies; the sexual liberation of the 1960s & 1970s as the Western world; exposure of rampant systemic sexual immorality within Catholic circles and the widespread sexual abuses in the Illuminati which has yet to get into mainstream media.
In Samoa, it is little wonder that the wider society is sexually immoral when Tuila’epa is and has been compromised in this area. It’s not that the entire Samoan society knows or knew about his Mistresses and directly copied or copies him, and validates their own immoral conduct because of what he has been up to when the door is closed. It’s not even that in the spiritual world, if the political leader gives the demonic realm authority to do their evil on his watch then they have delegated assumed authority in the peoples’ lives as a direct result. Yes, these are both true to some degree.
It is that Samoa as a society has turned its back on the Lord.
In a sexual sense, this can be seen in the peoples’ responses to revelation that their political top dog is sexually immoral. I found it revealing that a typical response from the people when I was researching/investigating/talking about it was to laugh about it and to ask questions about how much I knew. Guffaws at the thought of Sonja spreading her legs and the PM taking advantage of her does not match with my understanding of how Jesus gave His life in an incredibly painful and costly manner – for them all. Sexual immorality hits right at the heart of the gospel, and the Holy Spirit lifts right off those who partake, for He cannot work in a heart whose conscience is seared and willful rebellion is taking place.
I shudder and cringe at the thoughts I am forced to recount ad infinitum as a commentator and prophet attempting to speak it all out in black and white. It all makes me sick to the stomach actually because I abhor all sin, but particularly sexual sin.
Every politician on the planet lies to us. We all know that and we accept that this is their lot. It’s not even a joke now.
First, when they are screwing around, they must cover their sins. Keeping it all quiet is a form of deception. Think, Bill [“I never had sex with that woman”] Clinton – and the rest!
Secondly they must lie and deceive to gain power. Ignoring ‘semantics in Samoa’ for the moment, however you look at it, the purchase of political power via bribery is institutionalised in Samoa. I’ve shared before the typical words of a village person, “Oh I/we voted for XXX because YYY never did anything for me/us!” Invert that and you’ve got bribery exposed: “Give me money and I will vote for you!”
Then they must lie to retain power. Political compliance with United Nations agenda, in the case of the upcoming march, it is the true circumstances behind the law changes where deception is key. Conditionalities (where behind the scenes deals are done and kept away from the people) are only ever presented from one side. The requirements upon the politicians acting on behalf of the people are lied about.
Tuila’epa brings another form of lie into the political scene which is the religious lies. These can be revealed by asking simple appropriate questions when the religious lies are told. The first one is that Samoa is “Founded Upon God”. So, Mr Prime Minister which God was Samoa founded upon – the Catholic one or the Protestant one? I thought Samoa had a different faith originally and that Christianity came less than two centuries ago? Then the idea, foolishly written into the constitution that Samoa is a Christian nation. Christ came to do away with religious platitudes and sought to free individuals from religion. He ignored and cursed the political and religious leaders of His day . . . which leads to the foolishness of Tui’s twisting scripture around to suit his ego – God tells us to obey our leaders; God tells us that He knows and understands all secular leaders . . . so put two and two together and get 100 – Tuila’epa speaks God’s word; and by implication you better do as he says. Utter nonsense!
Personally I can handle a politician being a politician. I know and understand that TPTB have oppressed others since the beginning of time, but when the Prime Minister of Samoa presents himself as a man of God to the world, when I know how little he truly understands the bible and for how long he has been compromised by a woman without morals, I see red. No Tuila’epa, in my books you are anything but a godly leader and your use of the Lord’s name in vain for political purposes is an insult to the God that I know, love and serve.
3. Filthy Lucre
Money is not the problem. The saying is that the LOVE of money is the root of all evil. This is not strictly true for it is PRIDE that causes us to think of ourselves greater than we are. When we see others as less worthy than ourselves, we can take what is theirs and engineer it for our own use.
Money (called filthy lucre in this sense) is the means by which that power is exercised. It buys power, hence what has been called the “Money-Power” – the rich and powerful over the ages, intergenerational families at an International level, but the elite in Samoa too.
There are two areas where I think Samoans need to look in regards to Tuila’epa’s attitude and use of money – himself personally and the countries use. OLP has identified many people and areas where he and his HRPP cronies have pilfered and benefited. I suspect that this is the tip of the iceberg at this stage, but it is an excellent start. Long may the whistleblowing continue.
The normal manner in which the UN and World Bank and big businesses work is to make funds available to a country through their political leaders – either direct grants, soft loans, access to development capital, or even simply international banking/trading credit on which every country relies. While this occurred at the outset of Tuila’epa’s political reign in relation to the Agenda 21 land law changes, it is more understandable in relation to the Climate Change agenda which has kicked into high gear in the last decade.
Ignoring the reasons why Global Warming morphed into Climate Change and any of the dodgy scientific validation of the entire scam for a moment, what is on offer is huge values for countries that comply with the given agenda. Ian Wishart explained this well in his books “Air Con” showing how there is a hidden agenda behind this politically-driven Climate Change movement. Billions (yes that’s a B not an M) is up for grabs for countries that buy into the Climate Change agenda. The conditionalities? Our sovereignty. Every international agreement that Samoa signs. trades its sovereignty for gold. We will give you filthy lucre . . . in return we just need you to . . . [enter your loss of sovereignty here].
Examples of this abound and virtually EVERY change along the UN desired lines has been slipped through in a cash-for sovereignty deal. Trade via the WTO, ecology, health, education, women’s rights, women in power, ‘gay’ rights, indigenous land rights, abortion on demand . . . you name it.
What is just as important though is the personal benefit to the Prime Minister himself, and his family. Does the Samoan population know about the property that he owns in New Zealand, New York and Sydney, just to start with? Indeed even in Samoa? Where are the photos? Where is the discussion? Samoans will need to do this research for themselves as I am out of it now, but I can’t see how the numbers stack up – even on his healthy formal income it would be a challenge to be able to fund what he has.
The Samoan Prime Minister has a heart for Samoa. His detractors generally do acknowledge that, and quite rightly, but while Tuila’epa cares, his attitude, mindset and actions destroy it. Increased debt brings increased enslavement.
Heavy complicity in the globalisation processes has brought a reduction in Samoa’s sovereignty. As far as I can tell, Samoa’s tipping point was in the period 1999-2000, and this is something that Tuila’epa and his team will have on their record exclusively as it coincided with Tuila’epa’s rise to power. In this sense Tuila’epa’s pride in his long reign will come back to bite him. All his colleagues for example NZ, Australian and US premieres can only be ascribed partial responsibility as their terms in office have been limited, but 100% of the blame for Samoa’s losses and fiscal enslavement must go onto one man in Samoa’s case. In this sense Tui’s detractors are right on the nail. The buck definitely stops with one corrupted individual!
Tuila’epa is first and foremost a politician. After that he is then a Samoan leader, an economist and more, but his mindset is that of a politician. Most people are frustrated with politicians, mainly because they don’t understand them. They are the people we love to hate.
Politicians say yes to all. They deceive. They take the power that is given them and use that power. Tuila’epa is right to claim he is ordained to rule. The people put him there and he knows that. It is the source of his power and his arrogance grates but he knows he rules, so it is possible for him to rise over the naysayers.
What people need to understand is that Tuila’epa thinks he is doing the best for his country. He genuinely believes that he has a right to take advantage of the opportunities (to clip the ticket) afforded him. He genuinely believes that money (what I have called above, “filthy lucre”) is the solution to Samoa’s ills. He genuinely believes that he can muck around with the tramps that seek his ‘favours’ and that going to confessional will ‘fix the problem’. He genuinely believes that economics is a genuine discipline when anyone with half a brain knows that it’s a discipline built on BS and obfuscation. He genuinely believes that by selling Samoa the Central bankers’ money is good for the country. It’s what he wants because he sees it as good for the people.
When you see the man in this light, the way he sees things, as naturally do the people in the power systems (his family, his staff, the HRPP political party and their beneficiaries & supporters) you too come to believe that the system is good; that it’s right; that it’s normal . . . therefore that it is God’s will.
Godly alternatives do exist though but because Tuila’epa is a politician totally sold out to the international globalisation movement engineered by The international Powers That Be, and because his faith is flat, Samoa under his leadership has been ‘sold’ (in a sense literally) to the devil.
In a future post I will share God’s way – one that brings blessing, and not the curse that Samoa has invited upon itself. Thank you for reading today.