Viti is the oldest race in the south east pacific... It was here before asiatic peoples came... Samoa's first two settlements were named after their direction to fiji...(fititai and fitiuta)<quoted text>lol after a while u see this fiti Wanting 2 b part of the polynesain family fitis r MELANESAINS BY GENETIC RACE
The entire pacific have their own pronounciation of the name viti. Tahitians say hiti, maoris say whiti, cookies say iti, Tongans say fisi, samoans say fiti, some parts of solomon say fiti aswell and vanuatu say viti. The name was given by Lutunasobasoba (African/Egyptian) forefather as he crossed the Northern Mountains of fiji.
Yet Fiji recognises no Islands but Tonga. And if you look at Tonga and Fiji, they were one in the same at a point in history. Tui Tupou title of the Tui Tonga is the title from earliest settlement in Lau(east fiji) called Tubou.
In saying that, Fijian blood is in 'polynesia throughout the ocean'. East coast Maoris are mixed fijian if you read the posts in this thread..Tongans, Samoans and all polynesian have degrees of Fijian blood within their genetic makeup.
Where did polynesians come from? Well, I believe polynesians are descendants of the indonesian wives that were picked up by the ancestors of fijians as they traversed eastward. If your father is tagaloa who is called degei in fijian, then youse might well be as I've stated. Degei came with Lutunasobasoba.
If my theory is correct, then it would be safe to say,'we are all brothers, same father but different mothers.'
But fijians are still the stronger race haha.