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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 28 2008, 10:49:39am
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's message, "NEC and ENGA: Enga mistreated but is humble" on Mon, Oct 27 2008, 05:05:29pm
what sort of threat? was it a terorist threat to blow up the place with the NEC?
You've got to live in such places like Iraq, Colombia, Mexico and Israel to know and feel the real threats. Such fabricated stories about peoples demand is not a good excuse, because leaders are supposed to serve and meet the demands of the people who have voted them in. Somare's good excuse not to have the NEC meeting in Wabag is another way of telling Ipatas and John Pundari, that he can screw them anytime he wants, all they need to do is bend down, and he can come from behind and screw them. why do i say that?
Both leaders contested against the ruling NA party and publicly came out with guns blazing, but when NA got into power, they bend down for Somare to screw them. We cant blame Somare for this, we can only blame our own Engan leaders who have bend down for a Somare quikie, em ol Sepik ya, wokim Tumbuna stail long ol Engan MP's. DOnt be a freakin woman, stand up like a man to be counted, if you become someones breifcase carrier, you will always be a briedcase carrier, no matter how long you have spend in parliament.
just a few thoughts
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Date Posted: Wed, Oct 29 2008, 09:13:52pm
I concur with the ill political practices of Ipatas and Pundari.
(1)Pundari befriended Ipatas after his contest for the regional seat despite associated ill feelings. Would Pundari have anything for Kompiam-Ambun or Enga yet?
(2)Ipatas seems to be operating both narrowly within Enga 'pasin' in politics and largely outside of this it improperly largely for his benefit and not for the welfare of Enga. I am really saddened that though the engans are bright people I am saddened to observe that none work for the Enga Provincial Government or Enga Provincial Administration. Is Ipatas politics not suiting for such engans to work for Enga?
(3) Don Polye and Sam Abel are in politics with much respect for the Enga 'pasin' in politics. People observe these trends and characteristics which are commendable. (It is still sad to observe that some people, in this forum, are biasedly speaking against Don but do respect their freedom of expression).
Seemingly, Don is a little further to the right than Sam and people would turn to like Sam because of his more mannered characters; he is given the foreign affairs ministry because of this good character complexion.
(4)Ipatas and Pundari Politics
The politics of both Ipatas and Pundari seem to be a distaste or lukewarm warm to most engans and even good friends of Enga. Enga is observed and respected to be producing products in any spectrum/schools of civilization with greater intellectual rigor and greater mannered humour.
Enga's political respect has deteriorated/degraded recently because of recent ill political practices of both Ipatas and Don. Engans, friends of Enga and others have distate for these practices of both politicians which are much contrary to the norms of Engan politics.
(5)Enga is Reasonable
Enga is reasonable and would appreciate if Ipatas and Pundari are sorry to the engans and promise to work together with other engan politicians to develop Enga.
(7) Cabinent Meeting
The Cabinent meeting was deemed to be a sign of appreciation for Enga being very proactive in her persistent support for formation of government and continued support through it life. A good way to say thank you to both Don, Sam, Philip, Miki and the people of Enga.
[If this meeting had occured, it was have been hard for both Ipatas and Pundari to take in the 'created political atmosphere especially the new direction in Engan politics with the government: it was better to not have a Cabinent meeting to avoid much stress that would have been caused for both Ipatas and Pundari if the meeting was held]
For the behalf of Enga, both Ipatas and Pundari should support the good relation among Don, Sam, Philip and Miki. Enga is reasonble to appreciate such as reconciliation among the politicians without a levy to both Ipatas and Pundari.
However, I still maintain that Engans are bright people and thus will continous produce bright people and one of them will be the long expected Prime Minister for Papua New Guinea and Enga.
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