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Subject: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Kiiyan
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Date Posted: Sat, Oct 21 2006, 12:05:25pm

Ultanges,

If Enga happens to win the PM seat in 07, who is more qualifies, Polye or Ipatas?

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Observer
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Date Posted: Sat, Oct 21 2006, 12:30:14pm

I would go for Bart Philimon, not Engans. The last man I would think of is Polye, not Ipatas.

Observer

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Tim
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 05 2007, 06:19:28pm

I pray for bart philemon...Ipatas and polye are too low to take lead of the nation...we are not talking about barter system here in Enga....Vote for New generation rather than NA and Ipatasm.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Thu, Apr 12 2007, 06:38:51pm

It's Poye but I would go for Bart Philemon for this election.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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AK47 (REPLY)
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Date Posted: Thu, May 03 2007, 04:13:33am

TWO ENGAN FIGTHING FOR ONE SEAT,THE PM POST,MORE ELIGABLE MAN IS DON POLYE,NOT PETER IPATAS,BEEN LONG TIME MP EXPERIENCE IS PETER BUT WITH LEADERSHIP SKILL IS DON POLYE TO BE THE NEXT PM FOR THIS YOUNG AND DEVELOPING COUNTRY.

IKIT PYALAI

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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AK47 (REPLY)
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Date Posted: Thu, May 03 2007, 04:15:54am

TWO ENGAN FIGTHING FOR ONE SEAT,THE PM POST,MORE ELIGIBLE MAN IS DON POLYE,NOT PETER IPATAS,BEEN LONG TIME MP EXPERIENCE IS PETER BUT WITH LEADERSHIP QUALITY IS DON POLYE TO BE THE NEXT PM FOR THIS YOUNG AND DEVELOPING COUNTRY.

IKIT PYALAI

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[> Subject: Forget them!!


Author:
Mali
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Date Posted: Sat, Oct 21 2006, 01:42:10pm

Polye is too young and inexperienced and will still need to defend his seat rigorously in the 2007 elections. Ipatas is too corrupt and lacks the intellectual capacity to lead. Besides governors might cease to exist come 2007. As my fellow Engan has said I'd rather vouch for Bart Philemon as PM!!

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[> [> Subject: Re: Forget them!!


Author:
Kange Roo (Jump boy jump!)
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Date Posted: Tue, Jan 09 2007, 04:50:21am

Kembol has my support as he is fat lazy and corrupt

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Kiak
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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 24 2006, 12:04:56pm

Enga Governor still the best..... he can be the next PM.

Sakait Parange

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas PHILIMON


Author:
Observer (It's Philemon)
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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 24 2006, 07:55:01pm

Sakait Parange, your governor of Enga is a morally corrupt leader and doesn't even have a college degree. What good do we expect from him in a global village with economic competition, terrorists and multiculturalism becoming a global issue? Not very soon I predict cyber-politics, the battle of the elite and intellictual politicians who wants to bring their countries into the world standard of competition. Your governor even does not know how to develop his own back-yard. How do you think he would put PNG in a spotlight of economic competition? We are talking about regional and world standard leaders and not cultural leaders doing barter system in a modern PNG today.

If you think about your children's future, take my advice, do away with the cargo-cult mentality of Ipataism. This is sickening!!!! Give Bart a chance and you won't regret. Our Polye is a promising candidate, but he has to establish his roots in the political scenario first.

Observer.

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
ambum
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Date Posted: Mon, Oct 30 2006, 09:51:29pm

In all of Enga, there are not many good leaders. Most leaders are the way they are because the system has failed them. To have good leaders one needs to change the system-the Enga culture. If wrong doesn't get punished-and if punished, then under which system-the capitalist or Enga custom law.

Good leaders are produce by a set of principles/systems, environment, social surrounding, etc. Its bit like process involved in growing a coffee tree.

At present Peter Ipatas will be the best. He has given alot to PNG in terms of support and opportunities to Enga students, etc. When Ipatas is no longer with us, this Engan students will run Enga.

People are remembered for what they contributed to our lives.

The leaders' personal life-that is in God's hands.

Judging others is a duties that belongs to Court officers like lawyers, etc.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Cool_Guy1
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 04 2006, 11:21:41am

I particularly disagree with your statement; "Most leaders are the way they are because the system has failed them." Systems or laws and regulations are set to provide a guide for leaders and people to follow.

Guidelines and systems are set in the way to keep people or leaders from going beyond. Beyond represents corrupt deals and breaking the law. Now, those systems and laws are just guidelines so you cant blame the system for failing leaders.

Leaders fail because of their own greed and corrupt attitudes. Leaders fail because they want to fail. It is the urge of the individual need rather than cooperate need. Leaders cant seperate themselves from their individual greed and cooperate good.

It is not the system. It is people themselves who fail themselves. Leaders are elected to lead people, not to lead themselves and satify their own ego's.

True leaders live with integrity. Integrity becomes part and partial of their leadership quality. Even in the secret of their bedroom, they still maintain their integrity. Integrity is a personal trait, if you sell your integrity in the secret of your bedroom, you will surely sell your integrity in the public. Leaders that sell their integrity for cash in the secret of their bedrooms or hotels, always stand out in the bulic lacking integrity. Multiple personalities one day will reveal itself in the public for all to see. Integrity is a trait that many lack thats why corruption and plundering is the norm of the day for politicians. I cant blame the system for someones corruption. Systems are set in place to guide the society, and people in the system can twist the system to their own advantage or to cover up their own hidden motives.

Personally, i would think people have sold their integrity for cash, it is not the system that fails leaders.

Cool_guy1

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Thu, Apr 12 2007, 06:41:36pm

Kaik & ambum - If you are some intellectuals AND having the F#~*^( guts to follish yourselves, I take you're just as stupid as the villagers back in the village. At leaset now some villagers are reliasing what real politics is and are betting on different horses. If you're man enough, please high light to me and others why you think so.

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[> Subject: Polye more corrupt than Ipatas


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Spy
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Date Posted: Sun, Nov 05 2006, 01:24:19pm

For people who don't know the ins and outs of Don Polye, he is more corrupt than Ipatas. At least Ipatas is more transparent in his corrupt dealings than Don. Don is a silently sleeping giant in the corrupt world!!

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[> [> Subject: Re: Polye more corrupt than Ipatas


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Observer
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Date Posted: Sun, Nov 05 2006, 01:49:44pm

Corruption is what is eating us and the culture of appreciation is what educated fools tolerate by the mere fact 'spy" saying, "at least Ipatas is transparent in his corrupt dealings". THAT VERY MENTALITY of recognizing one's bad habit is what's gonna pull Enga and PNG down. Let us put both down if they are corrupt!!!!!! Opt for new leaders, Philimon still the hot favorite so far.

Observer

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Wanaku (They're all corrupt!)
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Date Posted: Mon, Dec 25 2006, 09:44:51am

Oh every fuck head politician in the country is bloody corrupt.....so both Ipatas and Polye qualifies.....althought my confidence is in Ipatas - ACTION GOVERNOR!.

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Engan Kambi Lege
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Date Posted: Thu, Jan 04 2007, 10:36:13am

Fellow Engans,
Lets be frank with this subject, definitely Ipatas can not be a Prime Minister, the responsible is huge. You are talking about PNG's pinning social issues, sustainable development, etc, and PNG in the Global Economic Village. Those time of Village Chiefs (VC)dreaming of becoming a PM is long gone, even for VCs being a MP should be an activity of the past. But Ipatas has good personality, confidence, but he does not have the credentials. He has been a good Governor, and that best suits him at this time. But there is yet more room for improvement and development in Enga. He should humble himself and take on board best advisors (fellow engans) to develop Enga for the better.

Polye is a talented young leader, but 'Spy',your posting is an observation people may take. I also have couple of observation of him. Firstly, I would prefer to know how often does he goes to Kandep. Secondly, he lacks deep thoughts, driven by emotions, excited and being unrealistic. Think deep before coming public, Polye cannot castrate rapist, etc. Hopefully experience may come with time.

But for a good prosperous PNG, Bart Philemon seems the bright one, but I personally dislike his idea of recycling leaders, especially to bring on board leaders who were seen to be mismanaging in the past.

But Engans need to talk about Enga. Why we can not put our heads together and aim for a better Enga. Are we going to wait until you become the next action Governor. We need to Think and Learn as if we will live for 100 years and, Live as we will die tomorrow. Someone once said, 'Tragedy of Life is not that we Die but What Dies in us While we Live'. Tomorrow may never come for our honest contribution, lets work together for the better Enga now.

I disgaree that systems shape and fail leaders. I wouldn't be a mere machine driven by sordid pursuits. We compromise our principals for short term gains. In life, visionaries bring the good issues of life into their store house that will mold he/she a person he/she longs for. Joe Blow does not see the issues of life the same as you see. There are sons and daughters of Enga out there, call them home to build Enga for the better.

What is this so called Engan culture, I hate to hear Engans saying this. Enga is sensitive but the most only coloured culture and language in the country. I have travelled PNG, and Engans are still the sensible people and Enga will truely flourish one day. It requires the activities of a TRUE HONEST Hearted Engan leader that will touch the hearts of fellow Engans and change will start.

Engan Kambi Lege

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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ENGAWAN (your full of it)
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 11:07:48am

enga Kambi lege you sit there on you fat ass and discriminate our leaders. have you been a PM before??? i dont think so, have you bulit bridges,roads, or brought any other services to enga province?? i dont thing so. you talk as if you can run a province well i tell you this ,you go back to enga and try running for the governor seat and if you win youll know what its like to be governor, you will feel alot of pressure only the strong and bold will face the oncoming problems of a province. so what will it be?? . if you cant than dont talk about our leaders, if you thing there should be a change then you should DO something about it dont sit and TALK ALOT . THAT GOES TO THE WHOLE LOT OF YOU WHO DISCRIMINATE OUR LEADRERS

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Enga Kambi Lenge
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 09:16:42pm

Thanks, ENGAWAN,

Hehehehehe.....hehe. I don't discriminate leaders, but I'm open minded in assessing leaders. We need civil engineers to design and built the roads, likewise we need leaders in heart to lead the people of Enga and PNG. Sometimes, we know the truth in our hearts, but we decieve ourselves because a claim leader would be close to us or has brided us.

Read my points again, I'm saying Peter Ipatas is good to be a govenor still at this time, still more to be done. Don Polye need to give some time for his people in Kandep and need to think deep, wisely. Bart Philemon is a prime minster material but need to open door for other experienced leaders like A.Amet, etc, teaming up with Mekere and possibly with Rabbie Namaliu could be the way forward. But should not recycle leaders of the past like John Nilkare. PNG has enough experienced, educated, God centred leaders today.

My point is if we continue this type of leadership in Enga or PNG, we will continue to live in the past, tomorrow. You and I need to wake up and stand for the truth where we can.

If someone is close to any of leaders being discussed in this forum, then tell them to improve on this observations. This is what people see and we can not help by defending them.

I don't boast of my achievements or put my hand up to be the next governor, but God gave us different talents to do our best. Let time calculate..........

Enga Kambi Lenge

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:48:14pm

ENGAWAN - Please go back to your leaders, tell them that, this is a very good site for debate and as INTELLECTUALS, frankly we are willing to discuss matters. Or this is a site where he/she can correct themselves. Don't we have the right to critise leaders !!.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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YBo
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Date Posted: Thu, May 10 2007, 03:25:36pm

ENGAWAN's reponse to Enga Kaimbi LEnge Tenge's analysis is really shallow and bias indeed. Kind of a shallow thinker I guess! IF your mother-fucking brain is clocking at the right circumfrence like the latter, why should you question an other person's (critics') leadership capability when it is not the topic of discussion. You might have the some good points but the way you publish your poor understanding of the topic and english is no good man! well, I'm not saying i wrote the oxford grammer structure dictionary!, eh eh !SO better lets not discriminate each other but lets be critics of the discusion point raised by another fellow critic! Maski lo kisim tingting na pasin blo ples kam lo hia!

Lets be frank and critical!

YBO KIAK

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Dream or Reality?
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Date Posted: Thu, Jan 04 2007, 02:03:24pm

All Enga open seats secured: Ipatas
http://www.thenational.com.pg/010407/nation14.htm

PRIME Minister aspirant and parliamentary leader of People’s Party Peter Ipatas yesterday claimed to have secured all the open seats in Enga povince, four months before polling.
In a meeting with party supporters and intending candidates in Lae, party president Wera Mori raised eyebrows by announcing that the six open electorates were “secured” already.
“No other political party will go into Enga. I assure you, the six open seats are secured,” Mr Mori said without elaborating how a party would have secured six seats with elections not yet called.
Mr Mori, from Chuave in the Simbu province, also informed the meeting that the Chuave Open seat was also “secured”, a seat he is likely to contest for the fledgling party.
Mr Mori and Mr Ipatas, with People’s Party officials were in Lae to meet intending candidates and party supporters after officially launching the new party in Wabag last Friday.
Siassi leader and Pangu Pati strongman, Issac Narol switched his alliance yesterday from the oldest party to the latest one.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:45:39pm

Dream or Reality? - Is it securing sits or securing more ladies annonching MOBIL PHONE NUMBERS in public gathering last time in Kundiawa..??

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Cool_guy1
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Date Posted: Thu, Jan 04 2007, 02:59:24pm

All Engan open seats safely under the belt? man sounds like someone is printing the ballot papers and filling them in isnt it? I wont be surprised if Ipatas and his cohorts all enter parliament in 2007 by dubious means. Is is that they decided to take the chance to print out ballot papers exactly like that of Electoral commissions one and fill them out illegally and enter parliament?

People who are hell bound on getting to parliament and become the prime minister can do anything under the sun to get in.

I am suspicious....

Cool_Guy1

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[> Subject: Egg that won't hatch


Author:
KLagaipT3
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Date Posted: Fri, Jan 05 2007, 04:40:34am

It's all cheap politics trying to get momentum going for an egg that won't ever hatch. Money maybe circulating from the Engan Treasury but it will be for a useless cause. I do not believe Ipatas has THAT much money to bribe everyone in the game of politics.

But I stand for Bart Philemon, Sir Mekere and Sir Rabbie to form the new government post June 2007!

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[> [> Subject: fjyomkvgxv


Author:
qnstkfxelj (yjjkkelsut)
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Date Posted: Fri, May 25 2007, 04:19:33am

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
engalander
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Date Posted: Sun, Jan 14 2007, 02:51:04pm

People, it is very simple. Just like ABC...Don't crack your heads trying to think about this issue.

Peter Ipatas and Don Polye are just not suitable for next PNG PM, period.

Obviously, Peter Ipatas is as corrupt as sin itself. No person of such reputation will or should be allowed to be PNG's next PM. It is already a big embarassment to the people of Enga for him to even consicder this important post.

Don Polye is so green behind the ears. He does not have ample experience to be the PM. He would need another three more terms to really grasp the intricacies of being a PM. Right now he is deputy PM not because of experience but because of political convenience. That is because other experienced politicians in the shape of Bart Phillemon and others are currently at logger heads with Somare. If they were in the good graces of Somare, Polye would not be in the spot light.

Conclusion: For now PM should go to Bart Phillemon. Not these two.

engalander

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[> [> Subject: Arnold Amet


Author:
Pope Fred
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Date Posted: Sun, Feb 25 2007, 04:27:13am

Arnold Amet is only man good enough to be the top man in PNG. All the others are suspect. Anyone who is ego driven sufficient to put himself up for scrutiny has something to hide. Remember that. Look at Ipatas. You mention that we should be ashamed to have Ipatas as Enga Governor. We should be ashamed that the criminal is still holding onto power in our fine province. Any other society worth its salt would have demanded that Ipatas be thrown into gaol for his corruption and crimes against our society.
Amet is the only person for whom I have absolute faith not to fuck up.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Arnold Amet


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:44:10pm

Pope Fred - Good point you brought up, Amet & Ipatas..???? If you don't know already, since 1996 when first Ipatas
was accused of missapropriation it was Amet who ruled the Obudsman out that there wasn't enough edidencs. Now tell me what happened after Amet left..and tell me who is funding Amet..?? God almighty you are a merciful God. If it was like the old days, you would take life straight away. How would someone to everyone seems to beliveve in God and does the opposite in the dark..?

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Kolo Rat (Yahhh)
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 05:34:13pm

Man, please give me a chance. I know Bire Kimisopa should be next PM. Polye and Ipatas do not qualify. Amet does not qualify as well, his term at the CJ were some of the worst.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Tomba Express
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Date Posted: Sun, Mar 25 2007, 02:58:36pm

I like Bire Kimesopa he has vision, but you must be a complete DONKEY if you don't approve off Sir Amet. Who are you KOLO RAT i would like to catch up with you and ask you personally regarding Ametts worst term as CJ. COunt your blessing when GOD gives you a leader you RUG RAT!!

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Kolo Rat
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 12:52:17pm

Mr Tomba Express, Your expression is immature and foolish. Your uncivilised vandetta seems to compromise with your childish opinions. You should read the Law Reports, the current CJ then as DCJ did a better job than your celebrated Amet. I also wish I had an opportunity to show you the naked truths. You will be humiliated for your unqalified views.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Kolo Rat
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 12:54:02pm

Mate, You are simply stupid. What bitch would have brought you into this civilised world. I lament!

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[> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Magi lon ples
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 02 2007, 09:02:14am

I just returned from home and my assessment of poltics in Enga is that our people at home are more matured than some of us living away from home. They know who to cast their votes, they've decided already.

The chances of Ipatas returning is very slim. Two months ago, people at Kompiam rejected him outright and forced him to return to Wabag. At another ceremony in Laigam, people there cheered and carried Torato on sholders and booed Ipatas.

Kandep votes collected by Ipatas while with Don in 2002 will be history. Ipatas usually does not do well in Wabag and if Miki join forces with NA, his votes from Wapenamanda - Lower Lai, esp. may also be history.

The silent majority are talking now.

Only if the people of West Enga can endorse a untried candidate, they may be able to convince the people of Enga. West Enga's got the number but?... Enga needs good leaders with the best leadership qualities. We do not need recycled leaders like Torato.

The only person that stands out is Daniel Kapi, little known to all of Enga but he will be a force.

Most Engan elites have faith in him, DK is the only Engan who knows Ipatas weakness from inside and he is over qualified to give him a good challenge from Wabag.

DK and his team failed to lock Ipatas behind the bars or dethrone him from office last year so they can try again thru the right process and venue, not continuous court battles crippling the all of Enga. ' Dee aiu napal tai wandipeg daa ongonya'

For Don Polye, he is still green, still learning, still petching water for the Somares, what do you expect from a 'water boy'?

Give him another 10 plus years. He reckons our elites will be ready for the top jobs in 10 years time as well. What a shame for MP's to think lowly of us....

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[> [> Subject: DK is Okay tra lala dum da dum


Author:
Sari Songster (Tra lala dum dum tra lala)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 02 2007, 01:37:52pm

I like the look of DK
tra lala
His heavy head
and crossed brow
and the eyes of thought
tra lala
We know and love our DK
just as we loved his papa tru
Em wanpla mangi kamap
nau em stap
tra lala
bikpla inap lo wokim gavman
tra lala
na salim Ipatas
insait lo kalabus
tra lala dum da dum dum

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: DK is Okay tra lala dum da dum


Author:
West K X factor
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 05:40:33pm

yep, Don Polye screwd a little girl called Angela Sambiru. This was when his security officers were outside and the little girl was screaming all night from the pain caused by the penetration of the DPM tight cock. And the parents and relatives heard it too. Don Polye is an animal and the girl's relatives a fools. Don Polye should be rotting in jail.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
spy
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 02 2007, 02:15:31pm

Don Polye is not contesting for the regional seat, however he will struggle to maintain his current Kandep open seat. He is currently throwing cash around in every corner of Kandep but the people will get them and will not give him votes....his reign for this short while will be a history.

The Laiagam people will be in big force with Paul Torato, Kandep will be split between Paul and Ipatas, but Kundapen will get a fair bit if he contests.

A lot of educated people are need to boost people like Daniel Kapi. Although he is unpopular, people need to see the real need for good development.

The real onus is on Kompiam-Ambum and Wapenamanda people. If they can master the numbers, Ipatas can be ousted.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
Timintenges
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 05 2007, 06:24:52pm

To Mangi lon ples, Ipatas is not comming back for sure. Wapenamanda and kompiam Lock for michael Yangao yai Pupu. I cant say anything because its just a talk but you make your own research and you'll proof..

TiminTenges

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[> [> [> [> Subject: West Enga Movement


Author:
Miok Rutz
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 06 2007, 09:08:08am

Another thing for sure is that the West Engans have formed a bloc in frustration over the Enga Provincial Government's bottleneck and biased distribution of services. West Enga is being lead by Paul Torato for Enga Regional, Don Polye for Kandep, and Philip Kikala for Lagaip-Porgera. Don Polye has announced that the counting for each electorate will be done separately in each district town. Counting in Wabag will now be history. "Operation rausim Ipatas" is now high priority!!

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[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: West Enga Movement


Author:
TimiinTenges
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 06 2007, 10:10:25am

Kaim,
I heard this and i believe Ipatas is not comming back.If this counting goes like this, Ipatas will not even come second or third,.Last is his position.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: West Enga Movement


Author:
Miss Enga 2007
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Date Posted: Tue, Mar 06 2007, 11:05:17am

Mi full support lo Polye! Whooo! Take ipatas out 4 gud!

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: West Enga Movement


Author:
don't assume you know from the outset!!
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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 14 2007, 12:05:49pm

do you know polye was involved with a 15 year old girl who is at Amapyiaka lutheran international school. he paid the father and relatives an ambulance for the kandep district - kambiya health subhealth centre but currently the girl's parents are running around with it.
he was reprimanded and nearly charged for canal knowledge but the relatives didn't want to pursue any further...you would assume what happened!!
Polye is the worse conman the people of kandep has known off.
one thing for sure he is not going back to parliament post-july.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: West Enga Movement


Author:
West K 5 Round (Ahhheeeee!!!!!!)
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 05:44:06pm

yep, Don Polye screwd a little girl called Angela Sambiru. This was when his security officers were outside and the little girl was screaming all night from the pain caused by the penetration of the DPM tight cock. And the parents and relatives heard it too. Don Polye is an animal and the girl's relatives a fools. Don Polye should be rotting in jail.

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Enga Lenge
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 05:07:21am

Kaimis,

Please have some consideration for our leader, at least he has made to the DPM. As an Engan, we can not crucify him publicly as he is part of the Engan household. I think, such publication is to far in being too particular.

Kaims, it is only my thought, I have no connection with the MP.

Engan Lenge

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West K 5 Round (AAAaaaheee)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 05:26:02pm

Mr enga lenge, get your facts straight before you defence. Don Polye is not of Engan houshold. He is of Western Highlands household and of Sepik disposable. He is too stupid to be an Engan. If you didn't know, the other word for DPM is assistant, eh cargo boy.

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Enga Lenge
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Date Posted: Sun, Mar 25 2007, 06:24:39am

Thanks, Kaim West 5,

I don't defend culprits. I totally agree with you that he (Don) has done something so stupid and should face the full force of the law, but that does not give us permission to say the way we are presenting ourselves in describing the detail aspects or to mention the name of the victim for that matter.

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WK 5R
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 12:58:16pm

FU!

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Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:37:49pm

And 'Enga Lenge'! you have no idea what you're saying. What if it was you. You would be crying for freedom in life sentence. Do you get the picture.

1 fuckin LAW for ALL!

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Author:
see
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 10:14:21am

the policy.....if you get to the top in politics or anthing else, you will come under the radar!!!..

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OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:39:22pm

West K 5 Round (Ahhheeeee!!!!!!) - If what you say is true, seriously I'd spit on him and make sure not even a
third vote from my village goes to him.
What a shame!

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West K 5 Round (Aheeeee)
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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 15 2007, 02:38:04pm

Mr OK (D:), You are such an intelligent man to have already calculated the possible scenario. You know as well as I do that Enga just does not give a shit on Deputy PMs, remember, the previous dumpings?? yep, and Kandep is Enga, mark my words, his days are "mene mene terkel upharsin."

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West K Naiko (Bunpai Mulip)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 01:05:14pm

Yep, the gril's name is Angela Sambiru.

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Kolo Rat (Yayaya)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 01:03:36pm

Wantok, did you just jump in bed with Don Polye? I think the man is a star on that field, and you enjoyed it didn't you?

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Ipatas- Enga Super Hero (Engan Super)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 06:00:01pm

Don is a puppet.
Thats what the nation is calling him. not ipatas.
You try and read today's paper and read about don.
But the nation fears ipatas. Though, he might not do anything, or he might have been a councillor...he is going for the PM.
Enga politics is nothing to him. He is a superhero in enga.
He has somehow won in 97, he has won in 2002, he has won his court case, 2007 is nothing to him. Those mps like don shall watch his step. He punches his own brother like DK, Don is nobody to him.

Apul Tange kalyo

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Ipatas- Enga Super Hero (ENGAN Super hero- Ipatas)
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 06:08:48pm

Don is a puppet.
Thats what the nation is calling him. not ipatas.
You try and read today's paper and read about don.
But the nation fears ipatas. Though, he might not do anything, or he might have been a councillor...he is going for the PM.
Enga politics is nothing to him. He is a superhero in enga.
He has somehow won in 97, he has won in 2002, he has won his court case, 2007 is nothing to him. Those mps like don shall watch his step. He punches his own brother like DK, Don is nobody to him...not even one step.

Tange kalyo

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KK Yuwi
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 12:56:48pm

Did Don copulate with you? Goodness, come into your senses stupid woman.

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yandapon
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 05:42:25pm

Who said he is looking the West Engans.
Have you eaten up all the 20000 Apulins of Kepelam.????

All we know is Torato is a colonial leader.


Yandapon

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


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Iripuris-Utang (example)
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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 29 2007, 11:38:13pm


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sick of this
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Date Posted: Mon, May 14 2007, 05:06:44pm

eheheheheheheheheheheheh.....I'm laughing my head away! eheheheheheh.....DOn Polye na Tapi em tupla wantaim save brukim ass na kan blo ol 15 na 16 ya! why blame don only when tapi is renone for his name "16 kagukaugu". eh eh eh..em save koapim ol pikinini meri blo ol closest allies blo em ya.... I can name some but this is not the right place like you assholes. Every top leaders in the country except few have had sex with underage and or school girls for that case. So what's wrong for Don? Gutpla olsem em brukim na yupla opim ear na ass blo yupla na harim stap lo side blo bed. Don't you guys have good things to say? I think you guys must have not had your share of Don's dick in ya ass so you're complaining about his dick's journey.

I encourage you to listen to more and pornocate your minds!

gud luck

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Author:
Engan Lenge
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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 07 2007, 09:37:02am

Fellow Engans,

Please don't promote this West, East Engan talk. People of Enga just need to have the best man to truly represent them. This is where, our educated brain cells need to click for the right. Any educated engan who supports a councillor or a recycled politicians are revealed to be like them. Likewise all businessmen and highly educated man are never all called to be leaders.

I still remember Late Honourable Malipu Balakau in his election campaign when I was a boy. I stopped playing marble in one of the streets in Laiagam to hear this man speaking. He was a born leader, he drew both young, old and children by his campaign speeches. Please, good country men and women, be open minded and let candidates present themselves. Be reminded that, preconceive ideas and mindsets is an impediment to good reasoning.

Enga has enough good educated leaders, let them talk and we we can decide who to vote. Please, educated your household, if not your clan. Enga need to change from the election-time LAMP FLAGS culture.

Engan Lenge

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Lokal Turis
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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 07 2007, 03:19:42pm

Hai pipol. Check this out on today's paper, http://www.thenational.com.pg/030707/nation31.htm
The National at the section: Brief.

Priest to run for Enga seat

"A CATHOLIC priest is among other contestants has raised his hands to contest the Enga Regional seat. Fr Paul Kanda, a member of the Divine Word Missionaries SVD is convinced that this will be history in making for him as a clergy challenging Governor Peter Ipatas, who is the hottest contender in this election. Fr Paul says that he was contesting the Enga Regional seat not to divide but unite the people of Enga and uproot corrupt leaders in the public service and political cronies who had already destroyed the image of the province".

This is kool.
Lokal turis

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Author:
Miss Enga 2007
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 08 2007, 09:15:21am

Fr Paul Kanda...this is the man..em bai rausim seat blo Ipatas!

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Lokol Turis
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 08 2007, 09:38:10am

I think this Fr. Paul Kanda is the hot candidate to oust Ipatas. Kundapen has teamed up with Fr. Paul Kanda. Don Polye had asked him to Kandep. Heard that he was ON FOOT going to the furthers corners of Enga, six months doing his survey, eating and sleep with the grassroots and ordinary people. Rumors has it. These "unknown" people of the corners of Enga are with him with the motto: Wamba mende neo daan, nanenap karapengen, maipenge. If Fr. Paul Kanda means business, then, there is no turning back. He might be the next governor, putting an end to the Ipatas regime. I might join the "unknowns" and cast my vote to the priest.

Lokol Turis

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Kolo Rat
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Date Posted: Sat, Mar 24 2007, 03:46:33pm

Goodness gracious, The governor's seat is not the Catholic pristhood or the pontificate pulpit. Can the good priest get down on his stupid knees and start parying for Enga and PNG. He does not necessarily have to play politics, let alone the embarassment after an humiliating defeat.

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[> [> Subject: Re: Next PM, Polye or Ipatas


Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:32:23pm

Calm down. What are his chances, what % vote is he scoring in each districts..? Can you please brief us..?? If you have the infor, please circulate for engas' future.

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komi (Tru ya)
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Date Posted: Tue, May 22 2007, 01:44:25am

Tru ya ol pater bai mekim wonem long politics ya? Stretim tingting blong ol pipel long lotu

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Elitesman
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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 14 2007, 10:41:57am

Just a though if 2'pla serious...If Enga is in for the PM post, Ipatas should surrender the newly established CPP leadership to Polye to give a shot at the PM post... sapos nogat, tupla wantaim inogat leadership qualities, that can attract support from the other MP's so lu tingting.

My heart is with the likes of NGP leader Bart Philemon, if he returns. Another son of Enga, Matthew Minapi will give him a go at the Lae Open seat this year.

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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 19 2007, 03:22:10pm

all of you people just talk n talk and dont do anything. you people like to discriminate the PM's you dont know how its like to be a PM. you guys can talk but do shit, so if yous think one of them is the best than go back home and vote or campaign for them stop sitting down on your fat asses and just talk as if yous can run a province. bunch of Kants!!!

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pngean
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Date Posted: Wed, Mar 21 2007, 02:36:28am

The next PM will neither be Polye nor Ipatas!!

There are bigger forces at play in PNG which might determine the formation of the next PNG government, including the NEC CEO post.

Visit www.vortexpng.com and download two articles that were pasted there to get some idea. I am sure most of you are very bright and already figure this out already. Though I am yet to be convinced of the messages provided there, there are other forces which will determine the next PM.

For Polye and Ipatas, its a test of survival!!

peace

pngean

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Enga
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2007, 07:44:51pm

cutis u got a point there...

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Bunpai Mulip
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 23 2007, 05:29:03pm

I thin cutis is insane, go to Laloki mate.

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Pukamp Villager
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Date Posted: Sat, Mar 24 2007, 07:08:35pm

Guys we are all cussing and abusing each other without realising we are in the same ship that is sinking. Realistically i back a leader that will restore investors confidence back to this dieing country that is already in a coma. As we speak " Bart Philimon" is the right guy. Not because Australia is confident in him but because off his vast experience. Remember he was the one that made Sir Michael look good. Since he left Sir Michael started loosing credibility in all areas. BART IS THE MAN!!

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OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:28:52pm

hey cutis!. Like I said before to ENGAWAN, this is a site where if you're an associate to an MP, you get the best critics. You can work on it and fix youself. If you feel too personal, you're not about living for tomorrow I guess.

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Poyle Die Hard
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Date Posted: Sat, Mar 24 2007, 07:28:12pm

WEst K 5 round. I Know where you live. HA HA don't sleep and watch you back. Your a Dead Man. Appologise or your finished!!

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Author:
West K 5 round
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 01:40:17pm

Sorry mate, in your dreams. Why don't you try tonight, you know what, I am invincible and never deterred by petty threats. Come on if you are man enough or kiss my arse!!

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West K 5 Round
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Date Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2007, 03:24:36pm

West K 5 Round does not apologise to fools and their cohorts.

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Author:
Kindin Ongugo (He is the Resurrected OKUK)
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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 09 2007, 12:50:17am

As a Chimbu man I can see Peter Ipatas as the Man of Action and Vision in surmountable opposition and political strategist and survivalist. Mr Polye comes no where near this skill.

Having said that, Enga has produced these two leaders. Those of us who are commenting are talking but do not know the actual ground situation nor deliver - so in effect Maus Wara tasol. Because like the Chimbu Regional seat anyone who wins the Enga Regional is King and Enga should give him all Open MP to the Peoples Party and give him chance at the MP job. Rest of Highlands are looking at Ipatas and even people Highlanders oversease are behind Ipatas 100%.

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Author:
Peace
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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 09 2007, 03:59:28am

Good observation...Simbu man, but Enga need prudent Governorship to deliver essential social services. Being visionary and lacking in some area of responsibilty is not just enough, it is a mismanagement of entrusted priviledges in the political arena.

Enga can give you the man you envisage for the PM post to recieve free education, but people of Enga will vote for a leader who can shape their future.

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Kindin Ongugo (Ipatas Resurrected OKUK)
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Date Posted: Mon, Apr 09 2007, 12:52:03am

As a Chimbu man I can see Peter Ipatas as the Man of Action and Vision in surmountable opposition and political strategist and survivalist. Mr Polye comes no where near this skill.

Having said that, Enga has produced these two leaders. Those of us who are commenting are talking but do not know the actual ground situation nor deliver - so in effect Maus Wara tasol. Because like the Chimbu Regional seat anyone who wins the Enga Regional is King and Enga should give him all Open MP to the Peoples Party and give him chance at the MP job. Rest of Highlands are looking at Ipatas and even people Highlanders oversease are behind Ipatas 100%.

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Author:
OK (:D)
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Date Posted: Wed, Apr 11 2007, 06:25:30pm

So, intellectual Simbus just ignores Ipatas announching again and again his MOBIL PHONE NUMBER in public..?
Maybe, he's signaling his number to your wives. Just can't believe. Please if you say so you're reasons for your support, we can discuss. And, come home if you're overseas.

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YBO
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Date Posted: Thu, May 10 2007, 02:56:41pm

GUYS! DID ANYONE ATTENDED DON POLYE'S (NA) RALLY AT WABAG TOWN? MIND YOU, HOW SWEET THOU WORDS FROM A YOUNG ENERGETIC POLITICIAN! TACTICALLY, HE DEGRADED THE PP's CHANCE OF BEING THE NEXT CHIEF AS SELF-DECLARED NEWS! PEOPLE WHERE ATTENDATIVELY LISTENING TO A CHARISMATIC LEADER, I GUESS! WELL, I JUST LIKED THIS MAN! I CAN REMEMBER HE SAID "IF SNR SOMARE DOESN'T RETURN, HE IS THE NEXT-OF-KIN TO BE THE PM IF NA COLLECTS THE MAJORITY. HIS ILLUSTRATION WAS LIKE "...PAPA SAVE WOKIM GRAUN WOK BLO PIKININI BLO EM BAI PIKININI BLO EM BAI KAM KISIM PLES BLO EM..." QUITE A SIMPLE YET CLEVER ANALOGUE, EH! NA EM TOK, PP IS THE SAME DEFACED PDM. OLSEM NA EVEN POTANE LOST HIS SUPPORT BECAUSE OF A LOUSY PP STICKER STUCKED ON THIS ASS, SORRY I MEAN HIS CAR! WELL, I HAVE PITY FOR PP CANDIDATES IF HONESTY AND PEOPLES FREEDOM OF CHOICE IS EXERCISED WITHOUT THE CONTROL AND ILLUSION OF MONEY AND GUN! OTHERWISE, TAPI MIGHT WIN THE ENGA REGIONAL SEAT THRU EMPLOYING DIRTY TACTICS AS USUAL BUT NOT LIKELY A PRIME MINISTER! because his 10 years was all money diverting 'noise' with the illusion of Free Education, sports,and "yuu kainanya seke pingi" fames!
A SIMPLE ANALYSIS SAMPLE!
the only engans that have made noise in parliament includes Malipu Balakau on the top list, than Don Polye, then John P undari the hulpex!.
and Masket too
the rest are ol small fishes in a big big pond

olsem na i suggest tapi can enjoy the backbench accumulative benefits and let the fifth elements do the dam job! going for DON POLYE if things turn his way!

ANYWAYS, NO HURT FEELINS! JUST A POINT OF PERCEPTION!

YBO KIAK

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Author:
Engan Lenge
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Date Posted: Thu, May 10 2007, 09:08:54pm

Somebody told me that when you want to introduce change, you need to get on the boat and slowly manovuer the sail. Malipu Balakau was a remarkable leader, and Don Polye can not be like him but he has some leadership characteristics. Enga and PNG needs this man (Don Polye). We can dream about leadership and development, but time does wait for anyone. So called Engan intelluctuals support this man, and stop prompting political ambitions and jealousy against him. Every party including the party NA stays on one forseen platform and that is " The Wellbeing of the people of PNG" therefore every political party prompts PNG and I believe strongly that Don Polye will manage that when time is right. Kandepans give him another chance.

PNG needs people with the likes of Don, Bire and Waine. Again, claim intelluctuals let us stop this political ambitious talks and support these leaders.

God help us to be truthful.

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Author:
Cool_Guy1
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Date Posted: Fri, May 11 2007, 10:42:46am

For a first time parliamentarian, Don Polye has climbed up the steps many senior parliamentarians aspire. I salute Don Polye. I only have a few reservations for his Boss.. Senior Somare and his NA cohorts. I wonder what Somare's next wove will be. If Somare is not setting the pace for young politicians to step in his shoes and take over the reigns, young policiticians will only clean his dirty work while the old fool goes about creating a mess in the country.

Kandepens should vote Mr. Polye in, he sure deserve a second term in Parliament, unlike small time wanna dreaming Americans aspirants at the Lagaip Porgera electorate.

Cool_Guy1

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