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Re: Chinese invasion will stop only when they fear coming to PNG

June 5 2007 at 8:59 AM
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Response to Re: Chinese invasion will stop only when they fear coming to PNG

This concept holds for a lot of things.

I am especially worried about Chinese mafia gang influence. Laundering money in PNG, selling counterfeit (useless) drugs as legitimate ones, and paying off members of our government so that they become the de facto government.

The fact that our current government has allowed so many new thousands of work permits earmarked specifically for low level Chinese workers makes me think that the takeover has already occurred and the casino in Moresby is the final touches for money laundering.

I blame the second and third generation ethnic Chinese in PNG for never getting up and strongly speaking out against these new interlopers. Because of their silence, they are now unfairly but commonly lumped into the same sewage pot as those coming from the new Asian flood. They complain it is unfair and of course it is. But they said nothing when they should have said a lot so I have no sympathy whatsoever for the Seetos, Chans, Tsangs, and whoevers are in PNG and now having their faces paintbrushed along with the others.

Since we now know that the government is either bought off or doesn't have the guts to shut the door on these floodwater contaminants, I add my vote to doing whatever might be necessary to STRIKE THE FEAR OF GOD into their hearts if they're thinking about coming to PNG or doing business here.


 
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