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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 22 2007, 11:03:07am
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's message, "Latest Political Development in Enga" on Mon, Mar 19 2007, 07:22:48pm
I dont believe in this so called, West-Enga, East Enga, South Enga or North Enga business. Guys, we are educated, lets not let this politicians make us believe in their crap when they divide the province into west, east, south and north. Enga is unique, we speak one language and we are united. Take a hard look at all the provinces in PNG and, you will come to appreciated the fact that, Enga only speaks one common language.
Reading through most of this political threads in this forum makes me fret about the way people are creating division in the province. I am an Engan, whether i am from the west, east, south or north part of the province. I believe we are educated people discussing in this forum, and if you start to divide the province with you comments here, then your ideal concept of Enga is gone.
My view is that, we should refute idiot policians who divide the province with their political agenda's.
As for the case in point, somebody commented about the promises of National Alliance. I for one dont believe in this old fool, the so called Father of the Nation, or the grand chief. I have totally lost respect for him, because of the way he is running the country. For your information, political stability was Sir Mekere's doing. He passed a bill called, Political Integrity Bill, which made sure the old man survive for 5 years. In addition to that, Economic stability was due mainly to good commodity prices, which is not controlled by PNG, it is externally determined. And Financial stability was achieved because of laws passed by Sit Mekere Morauta (Central Banking Act (2000) and Banks and Financial Institutions Act (2000). Dont believe in empty promises of a old fool who has lost touch with reality. Just take a look at how he presents himself as a prime minister, he does not speak like a prime minister. He does not select his words properly. When you compare the old man with Sir Mekere, in public speeches.. Sir Mekere stands out, he is very selective of his words.
To ellaborate what i mean, just take a look at the curren US president (George Bush) with the former president (Bill Clinton). Comedians are feasting on George Bushes speeches.
My point is, a prime minister is an individual who carries the weight of the country and speeches reflect the office that they occupy. Who they are as individuals does not interfere with their daily decisions as a prime minister. If people in that position compromise their position with individual needs and aspirations then they fail to deliver as prime ministers. I think the old man has lost it, he is a walking, talking individual (Micheal Somare). He does not represent my views, and for that matter, i think NA does not represent the views of Enga, as long as the old fool remains in office. I thought he would have let Don, lead NA into this election but, the old fool is so greedy with power and he has held onto it. Don has done well, for a first time parliamentarian. My comments are aimed towards the guy who is at the helm of the country.
Personally, i lost respect for Somare because of his blunders. My only hope is that, the Sepik people vote him out and he goes out in shame his tails between his legs.
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